All Meetings

2019 GHP Meeting (by invitation only)

Oct 10, 2019- Oct 11, 2019

The 2019 GEWEX Hydroclimatology Panel (GHP) meeting will be held in Sydney (NSW), Australia from Thursday through Friday, 10-11 October 2019. This meeting is hosted together with the GHP CC Workshop: “Determining Evaporation”, by Jason Evans, at the Climate Change Research Center, University of New South Wales. The 2019 GHP meeting will be used to […]


GEWEX Hydroclimate Panel CC Workshop: Determining Evapotranspiration by invitation only

Oct 7, 2019- Oct 10, 2019

The GEWEX Hydroclimate Panel (GHP) hosts Crosscuting projects (or simply “Crosscuts” or “CCs”) defined as “focused activities that address specific science questions”. CCs allow Regional Hydroclimate Projects (RHPs) to collaborate transversally, and they may also involve interested scientists that are not members of an RHP. Current and recent CCs have been mostly devoted to precipitation […]


High-Resolution Climate Modeling: Perspectives and Challenges

Aug 21, 2019- Aug 23, 2019

This symposium is organized together with the 3rd GEWEX Workshop on Convection-Permitting Climate Modeling. While the basic scientific concepts of climate change are well established, uncertainties in climate projections have remained very large. Reducing this uncertainty is of paramount importance to better understanding climate change, and to providing more reliable projections of sea-level rise, regional […]


International Workshop on Convection Parametrization: Progress and Challenges

Jul 15, 2019- Jul 19, 2019

ParaCon is hosting the Convection Parametrization: progress and challenges workshop as a follow up to Future of Cumulus Parametrization (Delft, 2017). There will be a side meeting for one of the GASS projects. Workshop Aims The aim of this workshop is to discuss and share¬†the latest scientific understanding in convection parametrization research, and follows on […]


8th G-VAP Workshop

Jun 13, 2019- Jun 14, 2019

8th G-VAP workshop is hosted by AEMET. The need for quality assessments of Essential Climate Variables (ECVs) Climate Data Records (CDRs) is part of the GCOS guidelines for the generation of data products. The assessement process gives an overview of available data records and enables users to judge the quality and fitness for purpose of […]