This difficult decision to postpone the 2nd Climate Observation Conference has been taken after careful consideration and consultation with the sponsoring programmes GCOS and WCRP and the supporting organization EUMETSAT.
The new date of the Climate Conference will be announced in due time on the conference website: https://www.eventsforce.net/gcos-coc.
Less than two days to go to the WCRP Climate Research Forum for Europe and Western Asia. For more information and to register see the forum webpage.
The purpose of the WCRP Workshop on Extremes in Climate Prediction Ensembles (ExCPEns), which will be held from 25 to 27 october 2021 and followed by an ECS training and discussion forum (27-28 October 2021), is to provide a focal point for current research aimed at exploiting subseasonal, seasonal, annual to decadal and longer-term prediction ensembles to improve the prediction and understanding of extreme weather and climate events.
We have launched a competition to improve, through Artificial Intelligence and/or Machine Learning techniques, the current precipitation and temperature forecasts for 3 to 6 weeks into the future from the best computational fluid dynamic models available today. Teams can win several prizes, up to 15K. To find out more and get involved, click the heading above.
Note: Town halls on 2 June and 10 June 2021!
Call for papers
Consisting of 4-5 thematic sessions, the workshop, organized in partnership with My Climate Risk Lighthouse Activity, will be held online from 9 to 15 October 2021. It is a combination of thematic keynote talks, individual presentations of original research papers, and peer discussions. At the conclusion of the workshop, the designated publishing editors will work closely with participants to revise their papers for publication as a journal special issue or an edited book.
How to answer the call?
To download the Call for papers announcement, click here.
For more information, visit the workshop website.