4th Session of the CLIVAR Climate Dynamics Panel

Friday, October 4, 2019 to Saturday, October 5, 2019
Event City: 
Mykonos
Greece
Event Attendance: 
CDP members
Event Contact: 
Liping
Event Description: 

                               4th Session of the CLIVAR Climate Dynamics Panel

The 4th Session of the CLIVAR Climate Dynamics Panel (CDP) will be held in conjunction with CFMIP 2019 meeting, aiming to foster the collaboration of CDP with the CFMIP activities.

The panel meeting will happen on 4-5 October 2019, after the closing of CFMIP which will be held Sept. 30 –Oct. 4 2019. The deadline for CFMIP abstract submission is May 24, 2019.

Climate dynamics should provide the basic concepts, terminology, and phenomenological explanation that can be used to characterize regional to hemispheric climate variability and change. Thus, the overarching panel objective is to ‘advance our basic understanding of atmosphere-ocean climate dynamics using observations and models and to determine the role of climate dynamics in shaping climate variability and change on seasonal to centennial time scales’.

Venue

Pelagos room in St. John Hotel , Agios Ioannis - 84600 Mykonos, Cyclades Islands Greece

Hotels

1 St. John Hotel, the event hotel.
2 Lithos by Spyros & Flora. 600 meters at the northwest from the meeting hotel.
3 Horizon hotel. South of the event hotel, no more than 500 meters.

Transport

From the Saint John Hotel Resort in Agios loannis, Mykonos, there is easy access to the airports, beach, and ports and towns. Please refer this link to check the transport https://www.saintjohn.gr/mykonos_beach_hotel/

Agenda

Session 1: Scientific talks (Friday)

14:00-14:15

Opening remark

Welcome, introduction and objectives of the panel meeting (Mat Collins&Shoshiro Minobe)

Invited speaker from the CFMIP

14:15-15:15

14:15 -14:35  Overview of CFMIP (Masahiro Watanabe)

14:35 -14:55  Yen-Ting Hwang

14:55 -15:15  Ceppi, Paulo A

Progress of the panel from members

15:15-16:00

15:15 -15:30  Understanding uncertainties in future projections of mid-latitude climate (Noel Keenlyside)

15:30 -15:45  Global Mean Surface Temperature Response to Large‐Scale Patterns of Variability in Observations and CMIP5 (Mat Collins)

15:45 -16:00  Decadal climate variability and predictability: relevance to the Climate  Dynamics panel (Rym Msadek)

16:00-16:20

Coffee break

16:20 -17:35

16:20 -16:35 Forced decadal atmospheric variability revealed by a large ensemble AGCM experiment (Shoshiro Minobe)

16:35 -16:50 Enhanced Oceanic Dynamical Control on Atlantic SST with Absence of Pacific mode Variability (Aixue Hu)

16:50 - 17:05 Northern hemisphere monsoon response to mid-Holocene orbital forcing and greenhouse gas-induced global warming (Simona Bordoni

17:05 - 17:20  Recent progress in the energetics framework linking extratropical forcing and tropical rainfall distribution (Sarah Kang)

17:20 - 17:35  Discussion

18:00

Panel dinner

Session 2: Panel Business (Saturday)

8:30-9:30

Future directions (All members)

9:30-9:40

Coffee break

9:40-10:40

Membership (All members)

10:40-11:00

Review of action items (All members)

11:00

End of meeting

Participants

Mat Collins

Co-Chair

University of Exeter

Shoshiro Minobe

Co-Chair

Hokkaido University

Noel Keenlyside

Member

University of Bergen

Simona Bordoni

Member

Caltech

Rym Msadek

Member

CERFACS

Sarah Kang

Member

Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

Aixue Hu

Member

NCAR

Masahiro Watanabe

Invited speaker

University of Tokyo

Yen-Ting Hwang

Invited speaker

National Taiwan University

Ceppi, Paulo A

Invited speaker

The Grantham Institute for Climate Change

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