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Events

Check out our calendar below for meetings, workshops, and conferences relevant to the GEWEX community. For more events related to the science of climate change, check the calendar of our parent organization, WCRP. To view the calendar as a list, select “Agenda” from the drop-down menu box on the far right.

Looking for more information on or to register for an event organized by the International GEWEX Project Office, like our Water and Energy Cycle Conferences or our annual SSG meetings? Check gewexevents.org.

Jul
29
Thu
2021
ACCESS XVI 16th Atmospheric Chemistry Colloquium for Emerging Senior Scientists”
Jul 29 – Aug 1 all-day

The purpose of ACCESS is to bring together young researchers in atmospheric chemistry and representatives of the principal federal government agencies that fund atmospheric chemistry research to engage in scientific discussion and interaction. The meetings will forge future professional relationships, and the entire atmospheric science community will benefit by becoming more aware of innovations in atmospheric chemistry through presentations by ACCESS participants and through these interactions.

Attendance at ACCESS is limited to 25 participants, who are selected by a committee based on the significance and achievement of the applicant’s thesis or postdoctoral research, the application, and a letter of recommendation from the applicant’s primary thesis advisor or postdoctoral advisor.

The application Deadline is 31 March 2021.
For more information click here.

Aug
12
Thu
2021
GWF Core Modelling Topical Webinar Series
Aug 12 @ 11:00 – 12:00

The Topical Webinar Series hosted by the Core Modelling and Forecasting Team of the Global Water Futures program is a weekly event from May to August. In constrast to thematic webinars, this series highlights science advances from across the globe and aims to spur critical discusssions that will improve our understanding and capability in modelling and managing cold-region hydrology.

Schedule

  • August 12, 2021 – The quality and value of hydrological forecasts and predictions – Maria-Helena Ramos, INRAE, France
  • August 19, 2021 – Making the most out of models and observations for a better portrait of snow in Quebec and Canada – Marie-Amélie Boucher, Université de Sherbrooke
  • August 26, 2021 – Hydrological data assimilation – Hamid Moradkhani, University of Alabama

For more information, please visit the official webpage.

Aug
19
Thu
2021
GWF Core Modelling Topical Webinar Series
Aug 19 @ 11:00 – 12:00

The Topical Webinar Series hosted by the Core Modelling and Forecasting Team of the Global Water Futures program is a weekly event from May to August. In constrast to thematic webinars, this series highlights science advances from across the globe and aims to spur critical discusssions that will improve our understanding and capability in modelling and managing cold-region hydrology.

Schedule

  • August 19, 2021 – Making the most out of models and observations for a better portrait of snow in Quebec and Canada – Marie-Amélie Boucher, Université de Sherbrooke
  • August 26, 2021 – Hydrological data assimilation – Hamid Moradkhani, University of Alabama

For more information, please visit the official webpage.

Aug
23
Mon
2021
7th International Baltic Earth Summer School @ Askö, Sweden
Aug 23 – Aug 30 all-day

The course will focus on past and future changes in climate of the Baltic Sea region. The Baltic Sea is a semi-enclosed sea with a large freshwater supply from rivers of the adjacent catchment area in the transition zone between maritime and continental climates in northern Europe.
Students will be introduced into fundamental processes of the atmosphere, ocean, sea-ice and land surface with relevance for the climate system.
Further basic methods of the analysis and modeling of the regional climate system will be introduced, including the statistical analysis of time series to identify changes in regional climate. students will also be introduced into the functioning of the wind-driven and thermohaline circulations of the Baltic Sea. Furthermore, the course will deal with coupled atmosphere-ocean climate models, climate change, the greenhouse gas effect and other drivers of regional climate, dynamical downscaling, and the variability of circulation and regional climate.

Application Deadline: 1 May 2021

AmeriGEO Week 2021
Aug 23 – Aug 27 all-day

AmeriGEO Week aims to bring communities together to ​identify the synergies ​and paths toward collaboration ​​among​ regional efforts related to ​the integration of​ Earth Observations, Geographic, Statistical and other information.

Objective #1:
Demonstrate accomplishments on promoting the use of EO in the decision-making process .

Objective #2:
Gather relevant information about National and Regional activities in the region.

Objective #3:
Discuss the different thematic areas efforts to promote the Aguascalientes Declaration.

For more information, please visit the official webpage.

Aug
26
Thu
2021
GWF Core Modelling Topical Webinar Series
Aug 26 @ 11:00 – 12:00

The Topical Webinar Series hosted by the Core Modelling and Forecasting Team of the Global Water Futures program is a weekly event from May to August. In constrast to thematic webinars, this series highlights science advances from across the globe and aims to spur critical discusssions that will improve our understanding and capability in modelling and managing cold-region hydrology.

Schedule
* August 26, 2021 – Hydrological data assimilation – Hamid Moradkhani, University of Alabama

For more information, please visit the official webpage.

Aug
29
Sun
2021
PGR Catchment Science Summer School 2021 @ Online
Aug 29 – Aug 3 all-day

The University of Birmingham Catchment Science Summer School is a 5-day short course that is intended for post-graduate students and post-docs interested in a hands-on catchment science curriculum, focusing on northern catchments, runoff processes and combined hydrometric, isotope/chemical tracer and modeling techniques in catchment hydrology. The learning objectives for this short course are to understand:

  • Rainfall-runoff processes
  • Rainfall-runoff model development, use, and testing
  • Hydrochemical and isotopic measurement and analyses
  • Linking field experiments with modeling approaches
  • Evolution of empirical and theoretical understanding of runoff processes
  • Landscape analysis, land-use and climate change impacts on streamflow

For more information visit the official website

Aug
30
Mon
2021
2nd Climate Observation Conference @ Online event
Aug 30 – Aug 3 all-day

The Global Climate Observing System (GCOS), with the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), and supported by European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), will be holding a conference that aims to assess how well the current global climate observing system supports current and near-term user needs for climate information. The outputs will provide inputs into the next GCOS implementation plan, which will make recommendations to meteorological networks, major observing systems, and satellite agencies.

For more information visit the official webpage

Sep
4
Sat
2021
SAMA Webinar on
Asian Precipitation Experiment (ASIAPEX) @ Online
Sep 4 @ 15:00 – 17:00




The Asian Precipitation Experiment (AsiaPEX) was launched in 2019 as a prospect Regional Hydroclimate Project (RHP) under the Global Energy and Water Exchanges (GEWEX) program and its Hydroclimatology Panel (GHP) and is the successor of the GEWEX RHPs GAME and the MAHASRI.
Under the threat of the climate change due to the global warming, understanding and future projection of the Asian monsoon system have become crucial missions of the hydroclimatological research community. Accordingly, we defined the objectives of AsiaPEX as ”Understanding of Asian land precipitation over diverse hydroclimatological conditions and multiple time scales for better prediction, disaster reduction, and sustainable development”.

To attend the webinar on September 4th at 15:00 hrs IST (09:30 am UTC) visit SAMA YouTube channel.
For more information contact SAMA at sama03aug@gmail.com

Sep
7
Tue
2021
Fifth Convection-Permitting Modeling Workshop 2021 (CPM2021)
High-Resolution Climate Modeling and Hazards @ Online
Sep 7 – Sep 10 all-day

The main focus of the workshop is on simulating mesoscale processes and extreme events with CPMs at local to global scales and the use of high-resolution climate models for hazard and impact assessments.

Main discussion Topics:

  • Advancements in high-resolution regional and global climate modeling
  • Computer science and next generation supercomputers
  • Toward global CPMs
  • Extreme events and hazards assessments
  • Ensemble based on high-resolution modeling

Register for the workshop (7-10 & 14 Sept) is free and you are encouraged to submit a poster for presentation.
For more information visit the offical website at https://www.pco-prime.com/tougou2021_ws/index.html

Sep
13
Mon
2021
ECMWF Annual Seminar 2021 @ Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMU)
Sep 13 – Sep 18 all-day

The 2021 Annual Seminar on Observations will be held jointly with the WCRP-WWRP Symposium on Data Assimilation and Reanalysis in Bonn, Germany. The event is likely to combine elements of a face-to-face and virtual event. If the pandemic continues to cause restrictions for travel and it is not possible to meet in person, the seminar will be held online.

The Annual Seminar will provide an Earth System view of observations, identifying where the current global observing system is meeting new and existing Earth System requirements. How effectively the current observing system is being used for NWP and reanalysis will be explored, as well as consideration to gaps and how they may be addressed in the future. The seminar will consider science and technical issues common to observations across multiple components, and also issues specific to these components.

The seminar is part of ECMWF’s educational programme and is aimed at early career scientists as well as those who are more established in their field.

For more information, please visit the official website.

WCRP-WWRP SYMPOSIUM ON DATA ASSIMILATION AND REANALYSIS @ Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMU)
Sep 13 – Sep 18 all-day

Hosted by the Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD), the WCRP-WWRP Symposium on Data Assimilation and Reanalysis will be held in Bonn (Germany), 13-18 September 2021 alongside the 2021 ECMWF Annual Seminar on Observations. Both events are scheduled as an in-person meeting with the possibility for anyone to join remotely as well. If the pandemic would cause important travel restrictions and it is not possible to meet in person, the meeting will be held virtually.

The overall objective of WCRP-WWRP Symposium on Data Assimilation and Reanalysis, with local organization let by DWD is to review latest developments and address issues of common interest to data assimilation and reanalysis communities, such as Earth system and coupled approaches, ensemble techniques and covariances, process studies, handling of systematic errors, diagnostics and verification, emerging AI and Machine learning techniques, open science and collaborative platforms. The Symposium will build on the program of the Annual Seminar focusing on an Earth system view of observations.

For more information, please visit the official website.

Sep
14
Tue
2021
CFMIP 2021 @ Online event
Sep 14 – Sep 16 all-day

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the 2021 CFMIP meeting will be held online. Continuing the themes from previous years, contributions related to Clouds, Precipitation, Circulation, and Climate Sensitivity are welcome. All participants are invited to join the live discussions at the virtual poster halls at Gather Town.

SCIENTIFIC THEMES

  • Forcing, Feedbacks, and Climate Sensitivity
  • Observations and Model Evaluation
  • Precipitation and Hydrological Sensitivity
  • Coupling Clouds with Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulation
  • Extratropical Cloud Processes and Feedbacks
  • Convective Processes

For more information, please visit the official website at http://www.as.ntu.edu.tw/event/CFMIP2021/index.html

Fifth Convection-Permitting Modeling Workshop 2021 (CPM2021)
High-Resolution Climate Modeling and Hazards @ Online
Sep 14 – Sep 17 all-day

The main focus of the workshop is on simulating mesoscale processes and extreme events with CPMs at local to global scales and the use of high-resolution climate models for hazard and impact assessments.

Main discussion Topics:

  • Advancements in high-resolution regional and global climate modeling
  • Computer science and next generation supercomputers
  • Toward global CPMs
  • Extreme events and hazards assessments
  • Ensemble based on high-resolution modeling

Register for the workshop (7-10 & 14 Sept) is free and you are encouraged to submit a poster for presentation.
For more information visit the offical website at https://www.pco-prime.com/tougou2021_ws/index.html

Our Changing Precipitation Webinar Series (NOAA CPO) @ Online
Sep 14 @ 14:00 – 15:30

NOAA’s Climate Program Office and National Centers for Environmental Information, in partnership with The Water Research Foundation, are hosting a five-part webinar series on Our Changing Precipitation.

Webinars

Focus on Science
Understand the state of the science on precipitation prediction and climate modeling.
Date: September 14, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 1
Learn about: results of studies evaluating local and regional trends in extreme events, different approaches for evaluating future precipitation, an analysis of current State stormwater infrastructure standards, and a method being considered by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for a Climate-Resilient Infrastructure standard.
Date: September 21, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 2
Learn about some of the ways researchers are helping communities consider climate change in local planning. Participants will gain insights into approaches for evaluating climate change impacts on hydrology for planning.
Date: September 28, 2021 | Time: 2:00-4:00PM Eastern Time

What’s on the Horizon for Science and Application of Climate Change Information for Water Infrastructure Managers?
An interdisciplinary conversation among thought leaders to provide participants an idea of what is on the horizon for helping communities build resilience of water management infrastructure and how we can move forward as a nation.
Date: October 5, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Peer Examples: Evaluating Changing Precipitation Trends for Managing Water Infrastructure
Provide examples of how some communities are moving forward, using future precipitation considerations for local decision making.
Date: October 12, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Sep
20
Mon
2021
Tipping Elements, Irreversibility, and Abrupt Change in the Earth System @ Online
Sep 20 @ 12:00 – 13:30

The Analysis, Integration, and Modeling of the Earth System (AIMES), the Earth Commission and the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Safe Landing Climates Lighthouse Activity warmly invite you to a new discussion series on tipping elements, irreversibility, and abrupt change in the Earth system.

This discussion series aims to advance the knowledge about tipping elements, irreversibility, and abrupt changes in the Earth system. It supports efforts to increase consistency in the treatment of tipping elements in the scientific community, develop a research agenda, and design joint experiments and ideas for a Tipping Element Model Intercomparison Project (TipMip).

For more information and to register, please visit https://bit.ly/3tsiWe8

Sep
21
Tue
2021
Our Changing Precipitation Webinar Series (NOAA CPO) @ Online
Sep 21 @ 14:00 – 15:30

NOAA’s Climate Program Office and National Centers for Environmental Information, in partnership with The Water Research Foundation, are hosting a five-part webinar series on Our Changing Precipitation.

Webinars

Focus on Science
Understand the state of the science on precipitation prediction and climate modeling.
Date: September 14, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 1
Learn about: results of studies evaluating local and regional trends in extreme events, different approaches for evaluating future precipitation, an analysis of current State stormwater infrastructure standards, and a method being considered by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for a Climate-Resilient Infrastructure standard.
Date: September 21, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 2
Learn about some of the ways researchers are helping communities consider climate change in local planning. Participants will gain insights into approaches for evaluating climate change impacts on hydrology for planning.
Date: September 28, 2021 | Time: 2:00-4:00PM Eastern Time

What’s on the Horizon for Science and Application of Climate Change Information for Water Infrastructure Managers?
An interdisciplinary conversation among thought leaders to provide participants an idea of what is on the horizon for helping communities build resilience of water management infrastructure and how we can move forward as a nation.
Date: October 5, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Peer Examples: Evaluating Changing Precipitation Trends for Managing Water Infrastructure
Provide examples of how some communities are moving forward, using future precipitation considerations for local decision making.
Date: October 12, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Sep
22
Wed
2021
WCRP Workshop on ‘Attribution of multi-annual to decadal changes in the climate system’ @ Online
Sep 22 – Sep 24 all-day

The aim of this workshop on “Attribution of multi-annual to decadal changes in the climate system” is to document current research, identify challenges, and explore potential pathways towards building an operational capability to attribute multi-annual to decadal changes in the climate system on global-to-regional scales.

Key areas to be addressed include:

  • To what extent is the observing system adequate for the task and how best to use the observations
  • Approaches to assess the roles of internal variability and external factors including greenhouse gases, aerosols, solar variations, volcanic eruptions, ozone and land use.
  • To what extent are models adequate for the task and how to account for model errors, including underestimated signals
  • To what extent do responses to different forcings add linearly
  • How to account for forcing uncertainties?
  • Analysis of physical processes
  • Linking large scale circulation to regional weather and climate hazards
  • Steps needed to build an operational capability

For more information, please visit the official website at
https://wcrp-epesc.sciencesconf.org

Sep
23
Thu
2021
International Earth Surface Working Group (IESWG) Seminar Series @ Online
Sep 23 @ 13:00 – 14:30

The International Earth Surface Working Group (IESWG) holds a three part seminar series with invited speakers to address specific focus areas, followed by a plenary session to coordinate and facilitate discussions and plans. The topic areas and speakers and dates for these meeting are:

1) Snow ice and cryosphere-atmosphere interaction (23Sep2021 @ 13:00-14:30 hrs. BST)

  • Multi-layer snow modelling and cryosphere-atmosphere interactions in the ECMWF Integrated Forecasting System – Gabriele Arduini (ECMWF)
  • Sea Ice Assimilation in Navy Modeling Systems – Richard Allard (NRL-U.S.)

2) Vegetation and land-atmosphere fluxes (21Oct2021)

  • Melissa Ruiz Vásquez (Max-Planck-Gesellschaft)
  • Camille Birman (Météo-France)

3) Soil moisture, river-discharge and water cycle (15Nov2021)

  • Initialization of Soil Moisture in Numerical Weather Prediction – John P. George (NCMRWF-India)
  • TBD

For more information visit https://confluence.ecmwf.int/display/~pad/IESWG-2021+Seminar+series

Sep
28
Tue
2021
Our Changing Precipitation Webinar Series (NOAA CPO) @ Online
Sep 28 @ 14:00 – 15:30

NOAA’s Climate Program Office and National Centers for Environmental Information, in partnership with The Water Research Foundation, are hosting a five-part webinar series on Our Changing Precipitation.

Webinars

Focus on Science
Understand the state of the science on precipitation prediction and climate modeling.
Date: September 14, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 1
Learn about: results of studies evaluating local and regional trends in extreme events, different approaches for evaluating future precipitation, an analysis of current State stormwater infrastructure standards, and a method being considered by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for a Climate-Resilient Infrastructure standard.
Date: September 21, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 2
Learn about some of the ways researchers are helping communities consider climate change in local planning. Participants will gain insights into approaches for evaluating climate change impacts on hydrology for planning.
Date: September 28, 2021 | Time: 2:00-4:00PM Eastern Time

What’s on the Horizon for Science and Application of Climate Change Information for Water Infrastructure Managers?
An interdisciplinary conversation among thought leaders to provide participants an idea of what is on the horizon for helping communities build resilience of water management infrastructure and how we can move forward as a nation.
Date: October 5, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Peer Examples: Evaluating Changing Precipitation Trends for Managing Water Infrastructure
Provide examples of how some communities are moving forward, using future precipitation considerations for local decision making.
Date: October 12, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Oct
4
Mon
2021
Workshop on Central Asia
An exploration of climate science in Central Asia –
moving towards frontiers of knowledge and action
@ Online
Oct 4 @ 12:00 – 15:00





Workshop on Central Asia October 4 – 6, 2021 each day from 12:00 – 15:00 UTC, Online
“An exploration of climate science in Central Asia –– moving towards frontiers of knowledge and action”

This workshop will build from an online survey on climate change in Central Asia that GEWEX and START recently initiated (survey report can be found here). An important outcome of this workshop will be to collaboratively identify key priorities for research and capacity development, regionally based individuals who can provide provisional leadership, and a plan for mobilizing resources that builds towards a GEWEX regional hydroclimate project, and that serves to inform the emerging WCRP RIFS (Regional Information for Society) core project.

For more information visit the official webpages.

Oct
5
Tue
2021
Workshop on Central Asia
An exploration of climate science in Central Asia –
moving towards frontiers of knowledge and action
@ Online
Oct 5 @ 12:00 – 15:00





Workshop on Central Asia October 4 – 6, 2021 each day from 12:00 – 15:00 UTC, Online
“An exploration of climate science in Central Asia –– moving towards frontiers of knowledge and action”

This workshop will build from an online survey on climate change in Central Asia that GEWEX and START recently initiated (survey report can be found here). An important outcome of this workshop will be to collaboratively identify key priorities for research and capacity development, regionally based individuals who can provide provisional leadership, and a plan for mobilizing resources that builds towards a GEWEX regional hydroclimate project, and that serves to inform the emerging WCRP RIFS (Regional Information for Society) core project.

For more information visit the official webpages.

Our Changing Precipitation Webinar Series (NOAA CPO) @ Online
Oct 5 @ 14:00 – 15:30

NOAA’s Climate Program Office and National Centers for Environmental Information, in partnership with The Water Research Foundation, are hosting a five-part webinar series on Our Changing Precipitation.

Webinars

Focus on Science
Understand the state of the science on precipitation prediction and climate modeling.
Date: September 14, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 1
Learn about: results of studies evaluating local and regional trends in extreme events, different approaches for evaluating future precipitation, an analysis of current State stormwater infrastructure standards, and a method being considered by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for a Climate-Resilient Infrastructure standard.
Date: September 21, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 2
Learn about some of the ways researchers are helping communities consider climate change in local planning. Participants will gain insights into approaches for evaluating climate change impacts on hydrology for planning.
Date: September 28, 2021 | Time: 2:00-4:00PM Eastern Time

What’s on the Horizon for Science and Application of Climate Change Information for Water Infrastructure Managers?
An interdisciplinary conversation among thought leaders to provide participants an idea of what is on the horizon for helping communities build resilience of water management infrastructure and how we can move forward as a nation.
Date: October 5, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Peer Examples: Evaluating Changing Precipitation Trends for Managing Water Infrastructure
Provide examples of how some communities are moving forward, using future precipitation considerations for local decision making.
Date: October 12, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Oct
6
Wed
2021
Workshop on Central Asia
An exploration of climate science in Central Asia –
moving towards frontiers of knowledge and action
@ Online
Oct 6 @ 12:00 – 15:00





Workshop on Central Asia October 4 – 6, 2021 each day from 12:00 – 15:00 UTC, Online
“An exploration of climate science in Central Asia –– moving towards frontiers of knowledge and action”

This workshop will build from an online survey on climate change in Central Asia that GEWEX and START recently initiated (survey report can be found here). An important outcome of this workshop will be to collaboratively identify key priorities for research and capacity development, regionally based individuals who can provide provisional leadership, and a plan for mobilizing resources that builds towards a GEWEX regional hydroclimate project, and that serves to inform the emerging WCRP RIFS (Regional Information for Society) core project.

For more information visit the official webpages.

Oct
12
Tue
2021
2nd Climate Observation Conference
Oct 12 – Oct 14 all-day

*** Postponed ***

The Global Climate Observing System (GCOS), with the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), and supported by European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) will be holding a conference that aims to assess how well the current global climate observing system supports current and near-term user needs for climate information. In particular the meeting will examine how well observations of the global Earth cycles (the global energy balance, global water and carbon cycles, and explaining changing conditions of the biosphere) support users’ needs for climate data. The outputs will provide inputs into the next GCOS implementation plan which will make recommendations to meteorological networks, major observing systems and satellite agencies and also it will be presented to the UNFCCC in 2022 as a contribution towards the UNFCCC’s Global Stocktake.

For more information click here.

Our Changing Precipitation Webinar Series (NOAA CPO) @ Online
Oct 12 @ 14:00 – 15:30

NOAA’s Climate Program Office and National Centers for Environmental Information, in partnership with The Water Research Foundation, are hosting a five-part webinar series on Our Changing Precipitation.

Webinars

Focus on Science
Understand the state of the science on precipitation prediction and climate modeling.
Date: September 14, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 1
Learn about: results of studies evaluating local and regional trends in extreme events, different approaches for evaluating future precipitation, an analysis of current State stormwater infrastructure standards, and a method being considered by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for a Climate-Resilient Infrastructure standard.
Date: September 21, 2021 | Time: 2:00-3:30PM Eastern Time

From Science to Application: Climate Science, Hydrology, and Planning – Part 2
Learn about some of the ways researchers are helping communities consider climate change in local planning. Participants will gain insights into approaches for evaluating climate change impacts on hydrology for planning.
Date: September 28, 2021 | Time: 2:00-4:00PM Eastern Time

What’s on the Horizon for Science and Application of Climate Change Information for Water Infrastructure Managers?
An interdisciplinary conversation among thought leaders to provide participants an idea of what is on the horizon for helping communities build resilience of water management infrastructure and how we can move forward as a nation.
Date: October 5, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Peer Examples: Evaluating Changing Precipitation Trends for Managing Water Infrastructure
Provide examples of how some communities are moving forward, using future precipitation considerations for local decision making.
Date: October 12, 2021 | Time: 1:30-3:00PM Eastern Time

Oct
18
Mon
2021
39th AAAR Anual Conference @ Albuquerque Convention Center
Oct 18 – Oct 22 all-day

The 2021 American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR) conference is the premiere venue for sharing the latest research progress in aerosol science and technology in the United States, while networking and re-connecting with colleagues in industry, government, and academia. AAAR organizers are planning for an in-person conference, but they will be prepared to switch to virtual if required.

For more information visit https://www.aaar.org/2021/

INARCH Meeting
Oct 18 @ 09:00 – Oct 20 @ 12:00

The International Network for Alpine Research Catchment Hydrology (INARCH) plans to hold a virtual meeting this autumn to define the objectives, plans, and activities for the second phase of the network.

Oct
20
Wed
2021
ACTIVATE Open Data Workshop
Oct 20 @ 09:00 – Oct 21 @ 11:00

NASA’s ACTIVATE airborne field mission focuses on aerosol-cloud-meteorology interactions and it will hold an online open data workshop to encourage the use of its observations by the broad community. ACTIVATE is an on-going multi-year mission to collect remote sensing and in situ observations of aerosols, clouds, and the atmosphere using two aircraft centered over the western North Atlantic Ocean. The team is eager to engage more data users and enhance collaboration.

The ACTIVATE open data workshop will be held online, 20-21 October 2021, 9:00 – 11:00 am (EDT). The workshop is free and open to all. For more information on the workshop and how to register, please visit: https://activate.larc.nasa.gov/events/2021-open-data-workshop/.

For more information on the ACTIVATE field mission, please visit https://activate.larc.nasa.gov/.

Oct
21
Thu
2021
International Earth Surface Working Group (IESWG) Seminar Series @ Online
Oct 21 @ 13:00 – 14:30

The International Earth Surface Working Group (IESWG) holds a three part seminar series with invited speakers to address specific focus areas, followed by a plenary session to coordinate and facilitate discussions and plans. The topic areas and speakers and dates for these meeting are:

1) Snow ice and cryosphere-atmosphere interaction (23Sep2021 @ 13:00-14:30 hrs. BST)

  • Multi-layer snow modelling and cryosphere-atmosphere interactions in the ECMWF Integrated Forecasting System – Gabriele Arduini (ECMWF)
  • Sea Ice Assimilation in Navy Modeling Systems – Richard Allard (NRL-U.S.)

2) Vegetation and land-atmosphere fluxes (21Oct2021)

  • Melissa Ruiz Vásquez (Max-Planck-Gesellschaft)
  • Camille Birman (Météo-France)

3) Soil moisture, river-discharge and water cycle (15Nov2021)

  • Initialization of Soil Moisture in Numerical Weather Prediction – John P. George (NCMRWF-India)
  • TBD

For more information visit https://confluence.ecmwf.int/display/~pad/IESWG-2021+Seminar+series

Nov
8
Mon
2021
Workshop on Societally-Relevant Multi-Year Climate Predictions @ Center Green Campus UCAR
Nov 8 – Nov 10 all-day

The fast growth of the field of decadal prediction has led to something of a research and operations gap in the intermediate time scales, which range from more than a few seasons to less than a few years, despite clear evidence of both societal and scientific interest in improved understanding and forecast skill on this multi-year time scale as well.

The aim of this workshop is to stimulate research into developing useful multi-year climate predictions, by identifying what can be predicted, what might be predictable,
and what needs predicting for a time horizon beyond a year.

The organizing committee is aiming to host the workshop in a hybrid format.
For more information click here.

Nov
15
Mon
2021
International Earth Surface Working Group (IESWG) Seminar Series @ Online
Nov 15 @ 13:00 – 14:30

The International Earth Surface Working Group (IESWG) holds a three part seminar series with invited speakers to address specific focus areas, followed by a plenary session to coordinate and facilitate discussions and plans. The topic areas and speakers and dates for these meeting are:

1) Snow ice and cryosphere-atmosphere interaction (23Sep2021 @ 13:00-14:30 hrs. BST)

  • Multi-layer snow modelling and cryosphere-atmosphere interactions in the ECMWF Integrated Forecasting System – Gabriele Arduini (ECMWF)
  • Sea Ice Assimilation in Navy Modeling Systems – Richard Allard (NRL-U.S.)

2) Vegetation and land-atmosphere fluxes (21Oct2021)

  • Melissa Ruiz Vásquez (Max-Planck-Gesellschaft)
  • Camille Birman (Météo-France)

3) Soil moisture, river-discharge and water cycle (15Nov2021)

  • Initialization of Soil Moisture in Numerical Weather Prediction – John P. George (NCMRWF-India)
  • TBD

For more information visit https://confluence.ecmwf.int/display/~pad/IESWG-2021+Seminar+series

Nov
23
Tue
2021
INTROMET-2021 – International Symposium on Tropical Meteorology @ Online
Nov 23 – Nov 26 all-day

The proposed theme of The International Symposium on Tropical Meteorology (INTROMET-2021) is Changing Climate: Consequences and Challenges and is hosted by the Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT).

It will provide an excellent opportunity for the national and international community of Atmospheric Scientists to discuss various issues of the changing climate and their consequences and challenges.

For more information visit the official webpage at https://www.intromet2021.org

Dec
5
Sun
2021
24th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM2021) @ University of Sydney and International Convention Centre Sydney
Dec 5 – Dec 9 all-day

With the increase in data availability and recognition of uncertainty, MODSIM2021 will focus on how modelling and simulation can be used to translate data into action.
Building on the traditional modelling and simulation papers in diverse areas, papers will explore the conference theme from a wide spectrum of disciplinary perspectives organised in different streams. Special themes of the conference will include methods that take advantage of large datasets, scenario modelling of uncertain futures under climate change, resource constraints, and conflicting objectives.

MODSIM2021 will be held as a hybrid event, with people attending in person at The University of Sydney and International Convention Centre and also attending as virtual participants through an online platform.

For more information, visit the official website.

Dec
13
Mon
2021
2021 AGU Fall Meeting @ New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center & Online
Dec 13 – Dec 17 all-day

Every year, AGU Fall Meeting unites >25,000 attendees from 100+ countries in the Earth and space sciences community to discuss findings, connect scientists from around the world, advance our profession and connect over our passion for the impact of science.
It convenes thousands of researchers, scientists, educators, students, policymakers, science enthusiasts, journalists and communicators who are driven to better understand our planet and environment, and our role in preserving its future.
It is a results-oriented gathering rooted in celebrating and advancing positive individual and collective outcomes.

That’s why Science is Society is the AGU Fall Meeting 2021 theme.

For more information, registration and abstract submission click here.

Jan
23
Sun
2022
American Meteorological Society (AMS) 102nd annual meeting @ George R. Brown Convention Center
Jan 23 – Jan 27 all-day

Theme of 102nd AMS annual meeting is Environmental Security: weather, water and climate for a more secure world.

For more information, please visit the official website at https://annual.ametsoc.org/index.cfm/2022/

Feb
8
Tue
2022
Workshop on Understanding and Modeling Complex Risks in Coupled Human-Environment Systems @ Online event
Feb 8 – Feb 10 all-day

The Risk Modeling and Insurance Working Group of the Knowledge Action Network on Emergent Risks and Extreme Events (Risk KAN) is organizing a three-day workshop to bring together scientists and practitioners in the field of modeling risk in human and environmental systems. The first day will focus on systemic risks due to tipping points, the second day will focus on advances in modeling socio-economic impacts, and the third day will focus on resilience and adaptation.

May
30
Mon
2022
4th Baltic Earth Conference @ Hotel Dom Zdrojowy
May 30 – Jun 3 all-day

There will be a new motto, and a new announcement and call for papers in spring 2021.

Jul
4
Mon
2022
International Radiation Symposium 2022
Jul 4 – Jul 8 all-day

The Organizing Committee of the International Radiation Symposium 2020, originally planned for 6–10 July 2020 in Thessaloniki, Greece, has decided to further postpone the Symposium to 4–8 July 2022, hoping that by that time conditions will allow for the organization of a successful meeting. The procedures and deadlines for re-confirmation, update or cancellation of already submitted abstracts, as well as for submission of new abstracts, will be announced later in 2021.

Jul
16
Sat
2022
COSPAR 2022
44th Scientific Assembly @ Megaron, Athens International Conference Centre
Jul 16 – Jul 24 all-day

The objectives of the Committe on Space Research (COSPAR) Assemblies are to promote scientific research in space on an international level, with emphasis on the exchange of results, information and opinions and to provide a forum, open to all scientists, for the discussion of problems that may affect scientific space research”.

Of special interest to the GEWEX community are the topics of the Scientific Commission A:

  • Land-Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction
  • The Group on Earth Observations (GEO)
  • Big Earth Observation Data for Resiliance and Sustainability of Social and Economic Sectors
  • Space-based and Sub-orbital Observations of Atmospheric Physics and Chemistry: Vital Information on the Health of Our Planet
  • Science and Applications Enabled by Satellite Missions for the Ocean and Sea Ice
  • Update on Copernicus Land Products Validation Activities
  • New Developments and Applications of Land Surface Phenology (LSP)
  • Earth Observation for Monitoring Photosynthetic Variables in Mangrove Forests.

For more information go to the official website of COSPAR 2022 44th Scientific Assembly or check out the information on the COSPAR website

Jul
31
Sun
2022
22nd World congress of Soil Science @ Scottish Event Campus
Jul 31 – Aug 5 all-day

The 22nd Congress is being organised by the British Society of Soil Science on behalf of the International Union of Soil Sciences.

The Congress theme, ‘Soil Science – crossing boundaries, changing society’ focuses on the link between soil and society, with sessions covering soil systems, soil processes, soil management and how we interact with and use soils around the world.

For more information, visit the official website at https://22wcss.org.

Oct
17
Mon
2022
3rd Pan-GASS Meeting Understanding and Modeling Atmospheric Processes
Oct 17 – Oct 20 all-day

The GEWEX Global Atmospheric System Studies Panel (GASS) will hold its 3rd Pan-GASS Meeting, Understanding and Modeling Atmospheric Processes (UMAP 2022), from 17–21 October 2022 in Monterey, CA, USA.

Hosted by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, UMAP 2021 aims to bring together weather and climate scientists, including both observationalists and modelers, to discuss the key issues of atmospheric science. The program will include all aspects and methods of model development from deterministic numerics to stochastic forcing; process modeling to parametrization; observational constraints to diagnostic techniques; and idealized modeling to operational forecasting and climate predictions. The purpose of the conference is to discuss progress in research supporting atmospheric and related model development, coordinate current GASS initiatives, and plan future projects.

For more information click here.

 

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