The AAG Annual Meeting is an interdisciplinary forum where thought leaders and experts from geography and its allied disciplines intersect to build new partnerships and collaborations.
The EGU General Assembly 2017 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience.
The workshop will teach participants the basics of regional climate modelling science using a combination of hands-on practical exercises and theoretical sessions. It is primarily aimed at users with little or no prior experience of running regional climate models.
This conference is organised in the frame of EUMETNET (European Meteorological Network) which includes the project ASIST dedicated to nowcasting. The goal of the conference is to promote recent advances in the theory and practice of nowcasting in Europe and other parts of the world.
The goal of the workshop is to discuss and promote all aspects of verification methodology research and practice, as applied to all types of forecasts on all spatial and temporal scales, and weather warnings. Special sessions are planned on verification methods for sub-seasonal and longer range forecasts. Participants are welcome from operational, research and forecast user communities.
The Open Science Meeting (OSM) and the associated Young Scientists Meeting (YSM) are the premier scientific events of Past Global Changes (PAGES), a core project of Future Earth and a scientific partner of the World Climate Research Programme.
The aim of this biennial meeting is to pass information about new scientific research topics to the researchers and students of various disciplines of geophysics - solid earth, hydrosphere, atmosphere and near space.
This Summit builds on five previous workshops on the general topic of hurricanes and climate, but departs from them by focusing on the pathway from hazard to impact. The goal of the Summit is to present state-of-the art research, identify specific outstanding research questions, and address what is needed to help bring the fruits of research on hurricanes and climate to bear on quantitative risk assessment.
The ESSL Testbed is an annually returning event with the aim to enhance severe weather forecasting across Europe. It addresses forecasters as well as developers of forecast products.
Workshop theme: Amospheric Variability: Seasonal Predictability and Teleconnections
OpenIFS is an ECMWF activity that provides an portable version of the IFS forecast model for use in research and education. This user meeting brings together new, interested and established users of OpenIFS/IFS from Universities, National Met Services and other organisations to discuss topics on the workshop theme. The workshop is open to all.