[CRYOLIST] Announcement of session on 'Polar Modelling (Polar CORDEX)' at the upcoming IUGG conference in Montreal
Orr, Andrew M.W.
anmcr at bas.ac.uk
Thu Jan 24 03:46:15 PST 2019
Dear Cryolist members,
We will be holding session M05 on 'Polar Modelling (Polar CORDEX)' at the upcoming IUGG conference in Montreal, from 8-18 July 2019. Please see below for a description of the session. The deadline for abstract submission is 18 February, which can be submitted using this link: <http://iugg2019montreal.com/abstract-submission.html><http://iugg2019montreal.com/abstract-submission.html>. Further details on the conference are available here: <http://iugg2019montreal.com/>. We are very much looking forward to your contribution to this session.
M05 - Polar Modelling (Polar CORDEX)
Convener: Andrew Orr (UK)
Co-conveners: John Cassano (USA), Annette Rinke (Germany)
The climate of the Polar regions has experienced significant changes over recent decades. Regional information on variability and change of the Polar climate is urgently needed but often deemed unreliable. The Polar CORDEX (COordinated Regional Downscaling EXperiment) project was initiated to develop regional climate downscaling of both the Arctic and the Antarctic to provide an accurate description of regional-to-local scale climate phenomena and their variability and changes. We encourage submissions that advance understanding of the processes that control polar climate variability in regional climate models. We also encourage submissions that examine model evaluation, coupled modelling, projections, and impact studies. This symposium also aims to promote stakeholder/user engagement.
British Antarctic Survey
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