CLIVAR-relevant sessions at 2020 AGU Fall Meeting

AGU Fall Meeting

The 2020 AGU Fall Meeting will be held from December 7-11 virtually (mostly), in San Francisco (possibly), and in other regional hubs (if it is safe). In preparation for the meeting, we have compiled a list of sessions and town halls that are relevant to the community and organized by our Panels, Working Groups, and community members. The list of sessions is not intended to be exhaustive but to help digest the collection of the hundreds of sessions and events. Abstract submissions are due July 29, 2020.

If you would like to have your session or town hall included in the list, email Jennie

Climate and BGC/Water/Land/Ecosystems

Meridional Overturning Circulation in the Earth System: Insights from Multiple Approaches

Towards improvement in process understanding and modeling of the Tropical Pacific

Tropical Pacific Decadal Variability: Drivers, Predictabilty and Impacts 

Extremes and Impacts

Bridging the Gap from Climate to Extreme Weather: Observations, Theory and Modeling

Climate Extremes: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Attribution

Climate Extremes, Variability and Predictability on Subseasonal to Decadal Timescales

Correlated Climate Extremes: Drivers, Mechanisms, and Projections

Extreme sea levels: statistics, impacts, and adaptation

Extreme Weather Events: Forecast skill, Uncertainty Quantification and Impact Modeling

Tropical Cyclones: Observations, Modeling and Predictability

Understanding the evolution and the impact of mesoscale and severe local convective storms

High-Latitudes

High-Latitude Earth Systems - Their Local Responses to and Impacts on Global Climate Change

Machine Learning

Application of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Observing and Modeling, and Analyzing Our Atmosphere

Deep Learning for Climate Science and Extreme Weather Prediction

Innovation and exploration in observed and model oceanographic data using interpretable machine learning

Machine Learning for Weather and Climate Modeling

Observations, Modeling, and Data Assimilation 

Advancing predictive understanding of climate variability and change associated with air-sea interactions and interbasin connections

Application of In Situ and Remote Sensing Technology to Understanding Tropical Pacific Climate Variability

CMIP6 Climate Model Evaluation

Data for All: Open Data Sharing to Empower Science

Model Physics and Process-based Testing and Evaluation of Weather and Climate Models

Scientific and Philosophical Interpretations of Uncertainty in Climate Models and Climate Change

Tropical inter-basin interaction: processes, pathways and predictability

Weather and Climate Modeling Across Scales: From Global to Convection-Permitting

When We Don’t Know Everything: Stochastic Approaches to Predicting and Understanding the Earth System 

Other Sessions of Interest

Advances in Earth system prediction across timescales

Atmospheric and Oceanic Processes Governing the Trade-wind Regions

Diversity and Inclusion in Polar Science

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion within Earth System Modeling

Dynamics of oceanic mesoscale eddies from regional to global scales under a changing climate

El Niño Southern Oscillation in a Changing Climate

Gender and Social Inclusion in Climate Data Services and Analyses

General Topics in Physical and Geological Oceanography in Poster Format

Large-scale atmosphere-ocean dynamics of climate variability and climate change

Subseasonal to Seasonal Climate Prediction, Processes, and Services

Treading water: Understanding Sea Level Rise and connections to coastal flooding and impacts

Paleo and Climate

Advances in Understanding the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation from past to future: structure, sensitivity, and detectability

Advancing paleoclimatology by combining models and data

Climate of the Common Era

Water Isotope Systematics: Improving Modern and Paleoclimate Interpretations