Led by Steven Sherwood (CCRC, Australia) & Mark Webb (MetOffice, UK)
Aim: Design critical tests for climate models, whose application will help assess the most likely estimates of climate and hydrological sensitivity.
Focus: Intensify efforts to identify causes of inter-model differences in sensitivity; Interpret robust features; Explain extreme behaviours; Unravel uncertainties and propose strategies to tackle them.
13-17 October 2014: The Climate Symposium 2014 - Darmstadt, Germany
A session on "Clouds, Circulation and Climate Sensitivity" will be held on October 14th, 2014 during which the observational needs of the Clouds, Circulation and Climate Sensitivity Grand Challenge will be discussed.
24-28 March 2014: WCRP Grand Challenge Workshop: Clouds, Circulation and Climate Sensitivity, Rottach-Egern, Germany
24 June-5 July 2013: International Summer School on Clouds and Climate, Les Houches, FRANCE
Focus: All initiatives: "Clouds and Climate"
10-14 June 2013: CFMIP/EUCLIPSE Meeting on Cloud Processes and Climate Feedback, Hamburg, GERMANY
Focus: Clouds and precipitation in a changing climate ; Coupling between cloud processes and the atmospheric circulation; Ability of models to simulate cloud processes, and the impact of errors on model predictive capabilities
Last Updated: 03 May 2017