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US CLIVAR Related Sessions at the 2025 AMS Annual Meeting

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The 105th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society will take place January 12-16, 2024 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The theme, "Towards a Thriving Planet: Charting the Course Across Scales," will explore actionable science and forecast improvement at local, regional, and global scales. Abstract submission deadlines vary by session, with many having a deadline of August 15, 2024.

Climate Change and Variability

Advancements in Subseasonal-to-Seasonal (S2S) Precipitation and Drought Predictions and Forecasts

Aerosol-Climate Interactions from Regional to Global Scale

Aerosol-Cloud interactions over the North Atlantic Ocean

Climate Variability in Emissions-Driven Earth System Model Runs

Earth System Predictability Across Timescales for Informed Decisions and Societal Resilience at the Community Level

El Niño Southern Oscillation: Dynamics, Prediction and Projection

Heat Waves: Mechanisms, Predictability, Prediction, and Impacts

Impacts of Climate Change on the Coastal Environment

Large-Scale Atmospheric Dynamics and Climate: Jet Streams, Storm Tracks, Stationary Waves, and Monsoons

Multiyear to Decadal Climate Variability: Mechanisms, Predictability and Prediction

Observationally Derived Causal Inference of Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate Phenomena

Predictions in the Coastal Environment: From Weather to Seasonal Timescales and Beyond

The Gerald A Meehl Symposium -- Climate Modeling, Variability and Change

Environment and Health

Climate Science for Practitioners: How are Climate Services being Used to Increase Community Resilience?

Democratizing Data: Environmental Data Access and Its Future

Merging Environmental and Health Data for Climate Resilience in the Face of Extreme Weather

Panel on Climate, Environment, Health, and Early Warning: Advancing Actionable Climate Forecasts and Disease Modeling and Predictions


Atmospheric Rivers: Processes, Impacts, and Communicating Uncertainty

Bridging Process Observations and Global Model Aerosol-Cloud-Precipitation Interactions

Cloud Computing for Big Data in Atmosphere, Ocean, and Climate

Coastal Coupled Modeling for Compound Flooding

Coastal Modeling and Evaluation for the Unified Forecast System (UFS) and Other Applications

Coupled Modeling and Observations across the Air-Sea Transition Zone

Frontiers in Earth System Modeling

Linkages between the Air-Sea Interface and the Marine Boundary Layer

Responsible Integration of AI in Climate Modeling, Projections and Services