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On the United Nation’s (UN) World Oceans Day, the International Laboratory for High-Resolution Earth System Predication (iHESP) will announce a plan for releasing an unprecedented set of high-resolution climate simulation data completed during its inaugural year.

The Australian Academy of Science has elected 24 new Fellows for 2020 this month for their outstanding contributions to science. Dr. Wenju Cai, co-chair of the CLIVAR Scientific Steering Group (SSG), has been included in this prestigious group。

The 41st Session of the WCRP's Joint Scientific Committee (JSC) was opened online on Monday 18 May, 2020 and closed on 22 May.

The abstract submission deadline for the research topic on ‘Climate Services for Adaptation to Sea-Level Rise’ in Frontiers in Marine Science, has been extended to 15 June 2020

Report on the US CLIVAR and International CLIVAR workshop, Ocean Mesoscale Eddy Interactions with the Atmosphere has been published online.

A telecon between US CLIVAR and the CLIVAR Atlantic Region Panel (ARP) has been organised on May 7, 2020, in order to discuss the future cooperation and integration of the US AMOC Science Team with International CLIVAR. 

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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.

This event is open for application! Detailed information can be read here

IndOOS Decadal Review (2006 ~ 2016) is ready! To read more, click here

The event was closed with a great success! The meeting report can be read here 

 

Science Highlights

An assessment of the Indian Ocean mean state and seasonal cycle in a suite of interannual CORE-II global ocean–sea-ice model simulations is presented.

From 7-9 May 2019, 90 observational and modeling experts met in Boulder CO, USA to review and document progress, identify outstanding issues, and propose approaches for future integrated process studies in atmospheric convection and air-sea interactions over the tropical oceans, over a broad range of spatio-temporal scales. 

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.