The 10th anniversary International Carbon Dioxide Conference will provide participants with an integrated, interdisciplinary view of the global carbon cycle and its perturbation by humans.
The Max Planck Institute for Meteorology is pleased to announce the 4th International Conference on Earth System Modelling (4ICESM). The 4ICESM will take place from 28 August - 1 September 2017 in Hamburg, Germany,
with the objective of advancing discourse on idealizations and model hierarchies of the Earth System as tools for understanding our changing climate.
The International Society of Biometeorology (ISB) provides an international forum for the promotion of interdisciplinary collaboration between meteorologists, health professionals, biologists, climatologists, ecologists and other scientists.
The Conference theme: "Serving Society with better Weather and Climate Information" reflects a key challenge for the meteorological and climatological communities: how best to harness the wealth of data now available – both observational and modelled – to generate and communicate effectively relevant, tailored and timely information ensuring the highest quality support to users' decision-making.
The aim of the conference is to present recent results that address still open questions in understanding the sensitivity of the Antarctic Ice Sheet and its contribution to past and future sea level and climate change.
The conference has a long tradition in subsurface modeling as well as atmospheric / ocean / climate and general hydrologic modeling. It aims to facilitate communication between scientists of varying backgrounds facing similar issues in different fields and perspectives and provide a forum in which advances in parts of the larger modeling picture can become known to those working in other parts.
The 9th edition of the European Conference on Severe Storms will cover all aspects of severe convective storms. Researchers, operational forecasters, and risk and emergency managers are invited to submit contributions.
The Cities and Climate Conference 2017 will explore the latest advances in research and practice addressing climate change in cities, including issues of risk management, economics of adaptation, infrastructure, planning, governance, and their possible trade-offs and synergies with mitigation and sustainability objectives.
Abstract submission deadline: 31 May 2017
This 4th edition of the conference has a common theme: ‘We cannot stop natural hazards but we can arm ourselves with knowledge'. The aim is to bring together researchers in the areas of Climate, Meteorology, Extreme events and Natural hazards, Ecohydrology, Hydrology, Environment, Soil, Geo-Statistics for sharing experiences and promoting the integration of these themes as a multidisciplinary framework.
ICAT aims to educate a new generation of ice core researchers and foster a collaborative environment for future glaciological projects.
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