GEWEX Quarterly issue

The latest edition of GEWEX Quarterly features articles on:

  • The Digital Earths LHA invites GEWEX community to engage in the task of describing and predicting the Earth in detail 
  • Modelers and mathematicians collaborate to improve  numerical accuracy of atmospheric physics parameterizations in models 
  • Introducing TEAMx
  • A summary of the field campaign phase of LIAISE
  • Looking at how synergistic Earth observing systems can aid precipitation assessment in high latitude and cold regions
  • ... and many other articles

To read the Gewex Quarterly, click here

K RISKKAN Workshop on Understanding and Modeling Complex Risks in Coupled Human-Environment Systems


The Risk Modeling and Insurance Working Group of the joint Future Earth, WCRP, IRDR, WWRP "Knowledge Action Network on Emergent Risks and Extreme Events" (Risk KAN) initiative organizes a three-day workshop on Understanding and Modeling Complex Risks in Coupled Human-Environment Systems to bring together scientists and practitioners in the field of modeling risk in human and environmental systems. The workshop will be held online from 8 to 10 February 2022.


  • Day 1: Systemic Risks
  • Day 2: Advances in Modelling Socio-Economic Impacts
  • Day 3: Resilience and Adaptation


  • Abstract submission: 15 Aug 2021 – 15 October 2021
Abstract acceptance: 1 December 2021

  • Registration:  1 December 2021 – 31 January 2022

To know more about the workshop and to submit an abstract, click here.

SPARC Reanalysis Intercomparision Project


In a comprehensive review, the SPARC Reanalysis Intercomparison Project (S-RIP) activity has conducted a coordinated intercomparison of reanalysis data sets with respect to key diagnostics. The results can be used to provide guidance on the appropriate use of reanalysis products in scientific studies of relevance to SPARC and beyond.

The SPARC Reanalysis Intercomparison Project (S-RIP) Final Report, is an early online release of the final report of the SPARC S-RIP Activity. This version has been reviewed in a blind peer-review process, and type-setting has been done to produce this early version of the report. The editorial work that remains to be done will not change the content of the report.

To read the early online release of the S-RIP Final Report, click here.