Report on the PICES WG-40 Workshop: Towards an Integrated Approach to Understanding Ecosystem Predictability in the North Pacific is available.
Jose Santos, Executive Director of the International CLIVAR Project office, participated at the World Marine Science and Technology Conference held from 23rd to 26th September in Qingdao, Shandong province; hosted by the Shandong Association for Science and Technology and the Qingdao Municipal Government;
During the conference, the Executive Summary of the IndOOS Decadal Review has been distributed by IORP with support of the ICPO, and a poster on ‘The Contribution of CLIVAR to Sustainable Ocean Observation and Information in Support of Ocean and Climate Research’ has been presented by ICPO.
On 5-6 September 2019, the ICPO staff participated East Asia Marine Environment Cooperation Forum and Workshop on UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable development, sponsored by Qingdao Municipal People’s Government and IOC Sub-Commission for the Western Pacific (IOC-WESTPAC).
The OceanObs' 19 will be held on September 16-20, 2019 at Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. With the efforts of all panels and research foci, CLIVAR submitted 10 white papers to contribute to the conference as well as the ocean observing system.
The International CLIVAR Project Office (ICPO) is seeking for applicants to the Administrative Assistant position. Application is now open until 27 September 2019.
The 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting will be held February 16-21 in San Diego, California. A list of US CLIVAR-sponsored sessions along with Town Halls, events, workshops, and other sessions was put together that may be of interested to the US CLIVAR community. The list is being regularly updated until September 11, 2019.
Several Institutions in Ecuador organized an international panel to discuss the possible contributions of the country to the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development (2021-2030)
Publications and Documents
This second-generation CLIVAR Science Plan builds on the important legacy of CLIVAR emerging since its inception in 1992 and redirects the CLIVAR goals and priorities for the coming decade after consultation with scientists and stakeholders throughout the climate community.
The event was closed with a great success! The meeting report can be read here
The conference was closed with a great success! The meeting report can be read here
The conference was closed with great success! The conference report can be found here
The CLIVAR Science Steering Committee (SSG) coordinated the co-chairs of its panels and research foci to produce a white paper for OceanObs’19 entitled ‘Ocean Climate Observing Requirements in Support of Climate Research and Climate Information’, that has recently been published in Frontiers in Marine Science.
The major scientific and observational progress of the last decade and an assessment of key priorities for the coming decade with the goal of achieving the SOOS vision and delivering essential data to all end-users were presented in the paper jointly contributed by SOOS and SORP, in addition with other authors.
Because of the existing confusion about multiple perspectives on high-end scenarios, there needs to be a reconciliation of those perspectives by integrating the best scientific information and guidance to provide consensus on actionable science.
|14th Session of CLIVAR Pacific Region Panel||Victoria||Canada||
2019-10-19 to 2019-10-20
|Workshop on WCRP Grand Challenge and Climate Services||Orléans||France||
2019-11-12 to 2019-11-13
|4th Session of WCRP Grand Challenge on Sea Level Rise and Regional Impacts||Orléans||France||
2019-11-14 to 2019-11-15
|Heat and Freshwater Storage and Transports in Observations and Climate Models||Exeter||UK||
2020-04-28 to 2020-05-01