All Announcements

2017

July 2017

Sea level conference day 1 highlights

The Regional Sea Level Changes and Coastal Impacts conference kicked-off on June 10, starting with past sea level rise and working towards understanding the future. Day 1 conference highlights feature keynote speakers, overview talks, and three sessions on paleo sea level data and modeling, millennial-scale ice sheet and sea level interactions, and contemporary contributions from ice sheets and glaciers.

July 2017

Live broadcast of two special sessions on August 8

As part of the 2017 Summit, we will be broadcasting two special sessions on Tuesday, August 8. The first one is Advances & Challenges in Understanding & Predicting Climate Teleconnections at 10:00am-12:00pm ET and the second one is Polar Sea-Ice & Ocean Interactions at 5:30-7:30pm ET. Check out our webinar page for a list of speakers and details on how to join. 

June 2017

#sealevel2017 for live conference updates

On July 10-14, hundreds of scientists and stakeholders will gather in New York to address the existing challenges in describing and predicting regional sea level changes and in quantifying the intrinsic uncertainties. Follow along at #sealevel2017 and check the website for daily summaries. 

June 2017

Highlights from the US AMOC Science Team meeting

For three days, members and collaborators of the US AMOC Science Team met in Santa Fe to discuss advances in our understanding of the overturning circulation. Over 60 oral and poster presentations can be found on the website, along with highlights from the discussion. Also, a digital story is available, which captures the progression of the meeting. 

May 2017

Paleo AMOC workshop report

This workshop report on "Connecting Paleo & Modern Oceanographic Data to Understand Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Over Decades to Centuries" highlights discussions from the meeting and identifies promising and potentially synergistic research directions for the paleo and modern oceanographic communities. 

May 2017

Climate Process Team article in Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

The Climate Process Team on Internal-Wave Driven Ocean Mixing has published an article on recent advances in the understanding of internal-wave driven turbulent mixing in the ocean interior, along with new parameterizations for global climate ocean models and their climate impacts.

May 2017

Register for sea level changes conference

Early bird discount registration closes May 15 for the International WCRP/IOC Regional Sea Level Changes and Coastal Impacts Conference. The meeting will be held June 10-14, 2017 at Columbia University in New York. 

April 2017

Variations Spring 2017

The 2017 spring edition of Variations is themed: "A case for observing the deep ocean." This edition highlights the existing “state-of-the-art” methods to measure the deep ocean, some of the scientific insights that have already been gained from these observations, and new methodologies and technologies to expand the network of deep observations. Join us for a webinar on May 16, featuring contributors from this edition. 

April 2017

PSMI Panel report now available

The 2016 Process Study Model Improvement (PSMI) Panel meeting focused on high-latitude and cryospheric processes, coastal and marginal seas, biophysical interactions, the tropical Pacific observing system, and data management. This report captures the presentations, discussions, recommendations, and action items the Panel agree upon at the meeting.

April 2017

Submit a research highlight

Do you have a new paper with interesting findings? US CLIVAR features recent results in the form of Research Highlights from the community of scientists participating in our interagency-sponsored projects, working groups, panels, science teams, and workshops. Check out the collection of research highlights and submit an idea. 

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