GASS Meetings and Reports

The 2nd Pan-GASS conference will take place 26 Feb-2 Mar 2018 in Lorne, near Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. GASS (Global Atmospheric System Studies panel) supports the international community that carries out and uses observations, process studies, and numerical model experiments with the goal of developing and improving the representation of atmospheric processes in weather and climate models.

The purpose of the conference is to plan and discuss future GASS initiatives and the future direction of research supporting atmospheric model development globally. There will be a wide-ranging program of posters and presentations covering the key challenges of current and next generation atmospheric model development.


The 1st Pan-GASS Conference was held on 10-14 September 2012 in Boulder, Colorado, USA, and focused on observing, understanding, and modeling atmospheric physical processes. The final conference program with links to the plenary presentations is available on the conference website.


GASS Annual Report, October 2012

This report details GASS activities from August 2011 to October 2012, reviewing the eleven planned and ongoing GASS projects and providing a brief overview of the 1st Pan-GASS Meeting in October 2012.