All Announcements

2019

February 2019

TPOS 2020 Second Report

Comments are invited on the draft Tropical Pacific Observing System (TPOS) 2020 Second Report. This Report updates the evolving design of the backbone observing system, responding to feedback on the First Report, new research and evidence, and gaps identified by sponsors. Download the report and review template at the link below and submit the completed template to to info@tpos2020.org by the February 28.

International Conferences on Subseasonal to Decadal Prediction Report

A meeting report summarizing the September 2018 WCRP International Subseasonal to Decadal (S2D) Prediction Conference has been published in the January 31 edition of EOS.

January 2019

Call for new US CLIVAR Panel members

Nomination deadline for federal scientists extended to February 4. 

The US CLIVAR Scientific Steering Committee seeks qualified individuals to serve on its three subsidiary panels. Panel members formulate science goals and implementation strategies, catalyze and coordinate activities, and work with agencies and international partners to advance the progress of the climate research community.

January 2019

Sea Level Hotspots from Florida to Maine Notice

Abstract submission deadline for federal scientists extended to February 4.

Registration is open for a workshop on Sea Level Hotspots from Florida to Maine – Drivers, Impacts, and Adaptation that will take place April 23-25, 2019, in Norfolk, Virginia. Scientists, decision makers, and coastal stakeholders interested in sea level research, planning, and adaptation are invited. Applications and abstracts by federal scientists are due February 4.

The Large Ensembles Workshop

Registration and abstract submission is open for The Large Ensembles Workshop, July 24-26, 2019, at the NCAR Mesa Lab in Boulder, Colorado. We seek participation of scientists across disciplines who are interested in using large initial-condition ensembles with Earth System Models to understand natural climate variability, anthropogenic climate change, and their impacts. Applications and abstracts are due March 8.

2018

November 2018

US GO-SHIP Survey

Help inform an external review of the effectiveness and value of US GO-SHIP operations, products, and science and how to strengthen them. Your input is invited, no matter your level of contact with US GO-SHIP, whether a casual observer and consumer of GO-SHIP data or science, a student who has gone on a cruise, a member of the Executive Committee, or anywhere in between. Survey due December 17.

October 2018

We're hiring!

Come join the US CLIVAR Project Office in Washington, DC! We are searching for a Program Specialist II to assist the community in planning and implementing coordinated research efforts to achieve program goals, and develop and deliver useful communication and outreach materials. Applications are due November 20. 

October 2018

Atmospheric Convection and Air-Sea Interactions over the Tropical Oceans

Abstract submission deadline for federal scientists extended to February 4.

Register to attend the joint US and International CLIVAR Workshop, May 7–9, 2019, in Boulder, Colorado. Participants will consider progress and lessons from past 30 years of research in atmospheric convection and air-sea interactions over the tropical oceans, identify outstandging questions, and propose future process studies to address them. Abstracts from federal scientists are due February 4.

October 2018

Sources and Sinks of Ocean Mesoscale Eddy Energy

Abstract submission is extended through November 30, 2018, for the workshop on Sources and Sinks of Ocean Mesoscale Eddy Energy to be held March 12-14, 2019, at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.

September 2018

Daily summaries from the subseasonal to decadal conference

Over 300 scientists kicked off the International Conferences on Subseasonal to Decadal Prediction with the latest research results from the weather and climate community. Read the daily summaries for a few highlights from the meeting. 

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