2nd CLIVAR Workshop on the Tropical Pacific Decadal Variability

Monday, April 1, 2019 to Friday, April 5, 2019
Event City: 
Paris
France
Event Attendance: 
By invitation
Event Contact: 
Jing Li
Event Description: 

The 2nd CLIVAR Workshop on the Tropical Pacific Decadal Variability will be organised by CLIVAR Pacific Region Panel from 1 to 5 April 2019 at Paris, France.

  1. Venue
  2. Agenda
  3. List of Participants
  4. Accomodation
  5. Meeting Contact

Venue

  

Sorbonne University (formerly University of Pierre and Marie Curie), campus near Jussieu Metro. Plenary room is called "Salle Fourcade" on the 4th floor in Tower 55 (in corridor going towards Tower 56). 

Agenda (Initial draft)

Outline of review (cited in programs below)

1. Introduction
2. Characteristics of EDV and TPDV/model assessment
3. Mechanisms responsible for TPDV
    a.  Internal mechanisms
    b.  External mechanisms
4. Predictability and predictions/hindcasts/projections of TPDV
5. Conclusions
6. Recommendations on the way forward

All days begin at 9:00 am and end at 17:30 pm.

DRAFT PROGRAM (download the agenda

Colours used in program:
Plenary sessions
Scientific talks in plenary
Breakout sessions
Special events (icebreaker and dinners)

April 1 CLA meeting

Progress to date, review draft – including figures, identify issues to resolve, review draft program for Days 2-5.

Pre-meeting, Monday April 1

Required: CLAs only. Any other LAs in town are welcome to attend – pls let us know.

  • Present overview of each draft section
  • Identify key issues that need resolution
  • Discuss figures and what needs to be done to finalise review
  • Finalise agenda for Days 2-5
  • Prepare for Day 2

9.00-9.10 Welcome, local arrangements, safety briefing, etc. (Eric, Jerome, Yann, Mat L)
9.10-9.20 Welcome, purpose and expected outcomes from today’s meeting and meeting on Tues-Fri (Scott, Antonietta, Mat L)

Short overview of sections 1-6 by CLA/s:

  • Overview of Draft Sections
  • Outstanding issues
  • Draft Figure/s in section
  • What needs to be done to complete section?
  • Discussion

9.20-9.40 Section 1
9.40-10.30 Section 2

Morning tea 10.30-11.00

11.00-12.00 Section 3a
12.00-1.00 Section 3b

Lunch 1-2.30

2.30-3.20 Section 4
3.20-3.30 Sections 5 and 6 – arrangements to elicit this information (Scott)

Afternoon Tea 3.30-4.00

4.00-4.30 Discussion: Cross-cutting issues
4.30-5.30 Finalise program and arrangements
7.00-9.00 Informal Dinner

April 2-5

Day 1, Tuesday April 2

9.00-9.10 Welcome, local arrangements, safety briefing (Eric, Jerome, Yann, Mat L).
9.10-9.30 Welcome, purpose of meeting, programs, our respective duties, expected outputs, (Scott, Antonietta, Matt L), Q&A and discussion

Scientific or technical talks on issues directly relevant to review (in plenary)

9.30-9.50 Doug Smith: Decadal prediction of tropical Pacific climate
9.50-10.10 Mat Collins: CMIP5 simulation of IPO and AMV, and links to global mean temperature
10.10-10.30 Jing-Jia Luo: The importance of South Pacific to the decadal ENSO-like variability
10.30-10.45 Discussion

10.45-11.00 Introduction to breakouts

Identify what needs to be done and begin work to finalise sections e.g.:

  •  list of what issues need to be resolved and what needs to be done to complete your section
  • Identify any additional analysis needed
  • Explicitly consider figure/s
  • One breakout each for:
  • characterisation and model assessment (Section 2),
  • internal mechanisms (Section 3a)
  • external mechanisms, including impact of external forcing on internal variability (section 3b)
  • prediction, projection, predictability (Section 4)
  • address outstanding issues, revise text and figure,

Morning Tea 11-11.30

11.30-1.00 Breakouts

1-2.30 Lunch

2.30-3.30 Breakouts

Afternoon Tea 3.30-4.00

4.00-5.00 Breakouts
5.00-5.30 Plenary discussion if needed

5.30 close

7.00-9.00 icebreaker

Day 2, Wednesday April 3

9.00-9.10 Brief plenary discussion if needed
9.10-9.30 Yuko Okumura: decadal variability in the frequency and duration of El Nino and La Nina events and the linkage to Pacific decadal variability
9.30-9.50 Jong Seong-Kug: Tropical Decadal variability associated with ENSO nonlinear rectification
9.50-10.00 Discussion

Short overview of sections 1-4:

  • CLA/s: Overview of Draft Sections
  • Outstanding issues
  • Draft Figure/s in section
  • What needs to be done to complete section?
  • Discussion

Section 1: 10.00-10.30

Morning tea 10.30-11.00

Section 2: 11.00-12.00
Section 3a: 12.00-1.00

Lunch 1-2.30

Section 3b: 2.30-3.30

Afternoon Tea 3.30-4.00

Section 4: 4.00-5.00
Cross cutting issues 5.00-5.30
Close 5.30

7.00-10.00 Dinner

Day 3, Thursday April 4

9.00-9.05 Local arrangements/Aims and program for Day 3
9.05-9.50 Cross-cutting issues (cont., if needed)
9.50-10.30 Up to two key relevant scientific talks directly if needed

Morning tea 10.30-11.00

11.00-11.40 Up to two key relevant scientific talks if needed (breakouts otherwise)
11.40-1.00 Breakouts

Lunch 1-2.30

2.30-3.30 Breakouts

Afternoon Tea 3.30-4.00

4.00-5.00 Breakouts– please compile lists of:
• main conclusions
• the way ahead 
for your section.
5.00-5.30 Plenary discussion/short presentations if required

5.30 Close

Day 4, Friday April 5 

9.00-9.30 Plenary Discussion/short presentations on issues arising if required
9.30-10.30 Breakouts
Quick summary of each section’s highlights, including figure/s, new features, any next steps – including discussion
10.30-11.00 Section 1

Morning tea 11.00-11.30

11.30-12.30 Section 2 – quick summary
12.30-1.00 Section 3a – quick summary

Lunch 1.00-2.30

2.30-3.00 Section 3b – quick summary
3.00-3.30 Section 4 – quick summary

Afternoon Tea 3.30-4.00

4.00-4.30 Section 5 – quick summary
4.30-4.45 Section 6 – quick summary
4.45-5.15 Discussion
5.15-5.30 Next steps, time lines, action items and closing comments

5.30 close

List of Participants:

 
Name Affiliation Role Country
Antonietta Capotondi University of Colorado PRP co-chair USA
Matthieu Lengaigne LOCEAN PRP co-chair France
Jong-Seong Kug Pohang University of Science and Technology PRP Member Republic of Korea
Scott Power Bureau of Meteorology PRP Member Australia
Jerome Vialard LOCEAN PRP Member France
Michael McPhaden Chair / Tropical Moored Buoy Implementation Panel PRP ex officio USA
Pascale Braconnot IPSL Invited/Former ENSO RF France
Wenju Cai CSIRO Invited/Former ENSO RF Australia
Mat Collins University of Exeter Invited/Former ENSO RF UK
Eric Guilyardi LOCEAN/IPSL Invited/Former ENSO RF France
Julia Cole College of LSA - University of Michigan Invited USA
Myriam Khodri LOCEAN/IPSL Invited France
Jing-Jia Luo Nanjing University of Science Information and Technology (NUIST) Invited China
Gerald Meehl National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Invited USA
Matt Newman NOAA Invited USA
Yuko Okumura Institute for Geophysics, University of Texas at Austin Invited USA
Yann Planton LOCEAN Invited France
Doug Smith Met Office Hadley Centre Invited UK
 

Accomodation

Hotel Best Western Quartier Latin Panthéon (3*)
71, rue Monge
75005 PARIS - France
Tel: +33 (0)1 43 31 25 64
Fax: +33 (0)1 43 31 11 46
http://www.bestwestern-quartier-latin.com/en/
E-mail: info@h-quartier-latin.com

Metro: Place Monge (line 7) or Cardinal Lemoine, (lines 7 et 10)
RER: Luxembourg, St Michel-Notre Dame (line B)

Hotel du Panthéon (3*)
19 place du Pantheon
75005 PARIS
Tel: + 33 (0)1 43 54 32 95
Fax: + 33 (0)1 43 26 64 65
http://www.hoteldupantheon.com/
E-mail: reservation@hoteldupantheon.com

Metro: Cardinal Lemoine, Cluny Sorbonne (line 10)
RER: Luxembourg (line B)

Hotel Grandes Ecoles (3*)
75, rue du Cardinal Lemoine
75005 Paris
Tel : +33 (0)1 43 26 79 23
Fax : +33 (0)1 43 54 28 15
http://www.hotel-grandes-ecoles.com/
E-mail: resa@france-hotel-guide.com

Metro: Place Monge (line 7), Cardinal Lemoine, Jussieu (lines 7 et 10)
RER: Luxembourg, Port Royal(line B)

Hotel de Senlis (*2)
7 et 9 Rue Malebranche
75005 Paris
Tel : +33(0)1 43 29 93 10
Fax : +33(0)1 43 29 00 24
http://www.paris-hotel-senlis.com/index.htm
E-mail : hoteldesenlis@wanadoo.fr

Metro Clunny la Sorbonne (Line 10)
RER : Luxembourg (line B)
Bus 82 : Montparnasse station

Hotel Sunny (2*)
48 bd Port Royal
75005 Paris
Tél: +33 (0)1 43 31 79 86
Fax: +33 (0)1 43 31 36 02
http://www.hotel-sunny.com/English.phtml
E-mail: infos@hotelsunny.com

Metro: Les Gobelins or Censier-Daubenton (ligne 7)
RER: Port Royal or Luxembourg (line B)

Hotel Royal Cardinal (2*)
1 rue des écoles
75005 Paris
Tél: +33 (0)1 46 33 93 62
Fax: +33 (0)1 44 07 22 32
http://www.hotelroyalcardinal.com/
E-mail: royalcardinal@multi-micro.com

Métro : Jussieu (ligne 7)
Cardinal Lemoine (ligne 10)
RER : St Michel-Notre Dame (line B)

Hotel Vendôme St Germain (2*)
8 Rue d'Arras
75005 Paris
Tel:+33 (0)1 43 26 80 98
Fax: +33 (0)1 43 26 71 04
http://www.paris-hotelvendome.com/index.html
Email: info@paris-hotelvendome.com

Metro: Cardinal Lemoine (line 10), Jussieu (lines 7 and 10)
RER: Luxembourg or St Michel-Notre Dame

Hotel Beauvoir (2*)
43, avenue Georges Bernanos
75005 Paris
Tél: +33 (0)1 43 25 57 10
Fax: +33 (0)1 43 54 31 87
http://www.hotel-beauvoir.fr/en/hotel-beauvoir.html
E-mail: contact@hotel-beauvoir-paris.com

RER: Port Royal

Hotel Maxim Quartier Latin (2*)
8, Rue Censier
75005 Paris
Tel: +33 (0)1 43 31 16 15
Fax:+33 (0)1 43 31 93 87
http://www.maximparishotel.com/index.htm
E-mail: info@hotelmaxim.fr

Metro : Censier-Daubenton (line 7)
RER: Luxembourg

Tim Hotel Jardin des Plantes (2*)
5, rue Linné
75005 Paris
Tel: +33 (0) 47 07 06 20
Fax: +33 (0) 47 07 62 74
http://www.timhotel.com/hotels/us/jardin.html

Metro: Jussieu (lines 7, 10)

Hotel Home Latin (2*)
15 et 17, rue du Sommerard
75005 Paris
Tel: +33(0) 1 43 26 25 21
Fax: +33(0) 1 43 29 87 04
http://www.hotelhomelatinparis.com/index.html
E-mail: resa@homelatinhotel.com

Metro: Cluny La Sorbonne or Maubert Mutualité (line 10), Saint-Michel (line 4)
RER : Saint Michel - Notre Dame (line B and C )

Hotel Cujas Panthéon
18, rue Cujas
75005 PARIS
Tel: +33 (0)1 43. 54 58 10
Fax :+33 (0)1 43 25 88 02
http://www.cujas-pantheon-paris-hotel.com/index.html
Email : hotel-cujas-pantheon@wanadoo.fr

RER: Luxembourg (line B)

 

Meeting Contact

CLIVAR:
Jing Li, International CLIVAR Project Office (ICPO), jing.li@clivar.org

Local organisation:
Eric Guilyardi, LOCEAN/IPSL, Eric.Guilyardi@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr
Matthieu Lengaigne, LOCEAN/IPSL, lengaign@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr
Jérôme Vialard, LOCEAN/IPSL, jv@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr
Yann Planton, LOCEAN/IPSL, yann.planton@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr

Science Panel:
Scott Power, Bureau of Meteorology, scott.power@bom.gov.au
Antonietta Capotondi, NOAA, antonietta.capotondi@noaa.gov
Matthieu Lengaigne, LOCEAN/IPSL, lengaign@locean-ipsl.upmc.fr

 

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