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January, 2022

Sunset at Woods Hole

Abstract submission form open for the 2022 US AMOC Science Team Meeting

Submit your abstract for an oral or poster presentation at the 2022 US AMOC Science Team Meeting. Deadline for submissions is March 4, 2022.

January, 2022

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In Memoriam

Lisa Goddard, former Director of the Columbia University International Research Institute for Climate and Society, passed away on January 13. We take this opportunity to share and honor her many impactful contributions to the US CLIVAR Program.

January, 2022

Reanalysis Workshop flyer

Abstract submission form now open

Submit your abstract for a poster presentation at the 2022 Workshop on Future US Earth System Reanalysis. Deadline for submissions is February 4, 2022.

March, 2022

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Spring 2022 call for US CLIVAR-supported workshops

Requests are now being accepted for US CLIVAR-sponsored workshops. Submissions are encouraged from the US climate science community and collaborators. All documents must be submitted by April 29. The next call for workshops will be in fall 2022. 

December, 2021

Variations cover

Variations: Improving the value of climate data and models for assessing climate impacts and policies

The latest edition of Variations features five articles on improving the value of climate data and models for assessing climate impacts and informing decisions. The invited authors present opportunities for climate scientists to understand the diverse ways in which climate model output is conceptualized and put to use by those in other fields. Join them on January 20 at 1pm ET for presentations and discussion of their articles.

December, 2021

Ensemble forecast view, March 2020

Reopening of poster abstracts for the 2022 Multi-Year Workshop

Submit your abstract for a poster presentation at the 2022 US CLIVAR Workshop on Societally-Relevant Multi-Year Climate Predictions. Deadline for submissions is extended to January 23, 2022.

November, 2021

Variability in Pacific Sardine recruitment is related to spring sea surface temperature in the California Current.

Ecological Forecasting Workshop blog

Leading up to the workshop, the Scientific Organizing Committee is publishing blog posts about ecological forecasting science, stakeholders and applications, research activities, results, and challenges. Read the first post by Victoria Coles, which summarizes Charlie Stock's plenary talk at the 2021 OCB Summer Workshop.

November, 2021

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Now hiring: Program Specialist to support the Air-Sea Transition Zone Study Group

The US CLIVAR Project Office is hiring a Program Specialist II to support the 1-year study group on the air-sea transition zone. The Program Specialist will provide organizational support to enable the work of the study group and related activities, coordinate with other organizations and programs nationally and internationally, and help develop and deliver useful communication providing timely information on the study and related activities. Deadline to apply is November 30, 2021.

October, 2021

Art by Dave Bonan

The Pattern Effect: Coupling of SST Patterns, Radiative Feedbacks, and Climate Sensitivity Workshop

The workshop's goal is to advance our understanding of the coupling between surface temperatures and radiative feedbacks and the origin and timescales of surface temperature pattern evolution. Abstract submission will open in January 2022.

October, 2021

Cover of the Fall 2021 Variations

2021 Fall Variations

The 2021 fall edition of Variations is themed "New Frontiers for Ocean Surface Currents," with guest editors Kyla Drushka (University of Washington) and Mark Bourassa (Florida State University).

This edition of Variations highlights the state of knowledge of vertical velocity structure and its implications and measurement challenges, wind-wave-current interactions, and the role of surface currents in biological dispersion. In addition, the expected impact of technological and modeling advances on scientific understanding of ocean forecasting is discussed.