Modelling the Climate System at Ultra-High-Resolution

WCRP is looking forward to participating in the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2022, to be held from 12 to 16 December 2022 in Chicago (USA).

The list of WCRP sessions is available here.

Do not miss the abstract submission deadline: 3 August 2022

Modelling the Climate System at Ultra-High-Resolution

The WCRP Digital Earths Lighthouse Activity and Earth System Modelling and Observations (ESMO) Core Project are jointly convening a workshop to bring together all relevant communities interested in ultra-high-resolution modelling. The workshop is planned to be in person from October 3-7, 2022 at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, CO, U.S.A. Public health regulations permitting.

Abstract submissions and registrations are open for the workshop “Modelling the Climate


Young Earth System Scientists (YESS)

Climate model data has been increasing progressively over the past decades. This is leading to a shift towards data-intensive activities in climate sciences which in turn is posing challenges for the current generation such as striking a balance between time expended in data-intensive and other foundational climate science activities. The Young Earth System Scientists community (YESS) invites you to fill in a form, which will help to know your perspective on these growing data-intensive


Details of the regional simulations/downscalings of CMIP6 that are planned for each domain can be accessed via

The simulations status is listed as :

  • Full list of simulations
  • Summary by domain
  • Summary by scenario
  • Summary by experiment

This platform will be a living site and evolve as simulations are completed, status changed or new simulation plans are added. To keep this alive, the CORDEX Project Office is requesting contributions from the