Henry Ruhl (MBARI) will present at the next POS Panel webinar series on November 7, 2019. Join us for his presentation entitled "Global observing needs in the deep ocean"
The Sources and Sinks of Ocean Mesoscale Eddy Energy. A Joint US CLIVAR and CLIVAR Workshop Report is now available, summarizing a March 2019 workshop on advancing our understanding of ocean mesoscale eddies and their energy sources and sinks in the context of climate variability and change. Also included in the report include recommendations and next steps presented by the workshop participants.
The Mesoscale and Frontal-Scale Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions and Influence on Large-Scale Climate Working Group also in September 2019 to establish dynamical and statistical diagnostic frameworks to interpret the coupled air-sea interactions over multiple spatial and temporal scales using satellite data and high-resolution numerical models.
The Working Group on Emerging Data Science Tools for Climate Variability and Predictability was formed in September 2019 with the purpose of helping to foster the understanding, adoption, and further development of modern data science tools for the analysis of large-to-massive climate data sets.
The US CLIVAR Early Career Scientist Leadership Awards seek to recognize early career members of the US Earth system science community for their contributions to leading community activities to advance science on the role of the ocean in climate variability and predictability.
Andrey Proshutinsky (WHOI) will present at the next POS Panel webinar series on October 10, 2019. Join us for his presentation entitled "FAMOS as a coordinated cross-discipline community approach to study Arctic changes"
October 1-3 you can join us live for the Water Isotopes and Climate Workshop plenary sessions. Q&A will be accepted from online viewers by using the chat function provided by the live stream.
The latest news, meetings, jobs, and funding opportunities for the climate science community in our August Newsgram.
Requests are now being accepted for one new US CLIVAR-sponsored working group for 2020. Submissions are encouraged from the US climate science community. All documents must be submitted by October 11, 2019. The next call for working groups will be in September 2020.
Thomas Frederikse (NASA JPL) will present at the next POS Panel webinar series on September 5, 2019. Join us for his presentation entitled "From local to global: can we use our understanding of local sea-level changes to better constrain our estimates of global-mean sea-level changes over the last century?"