All Meetings

2020 GDAP Meeting
(By Invitation Only)

Jan 22, 2020- Jan 24, 2020

The 2020 GEWEX Data and Analysis Panel (GDAP) meeting will take place in Tucson, Arizona from Wednesday through Friday, 22–24 January 2020. This meeting is hosted by Ali Behrangi at the University of Arizona. GDAP was organized to bring together theoretical and experimental insights into the radiative interactions and climate feedbacks associated with cloud processes. […]


6th OzEWEX Workshop

Dec 4, 2019- Dec 4, 2019

6th OzEWEX Workshop: Human-Environment Interactions in the Murray-Darling Basin-From Forecasting to Foresighting The recent drought has yet again placed water resources in the Murray Darling Basin in the public spotlight. While decisions related water management policy in the basin will naturally remain contested and political, it is critical that policy is developed upon the solid […]


ISCCP-NG 2019 Meeting
(By Invitation Only)

Oct 28, 2019- Oct 30, 2019

From 28–30 October 2019, a workshop will be held to discuss priorities for the future direction of the International Satellite Cloud Climatology Project ­– Next Generation (ISCCP-NG), which will be held at EUMETSAT in Darmstadt, Germany. The local organization of the workshop is led by EUMETSAT in coordination with partners. For more information, click here. […]


2019 GHP Meeting (by invitation only)

Oct 11, 2019- Oct 12, 2019

The 2019 GEWEX Hydroclimatology Panel (GHP) meeting will be held in Sydney (NSW), Australia from Friday through Saturday, 11-12 October 2019. This meeting is hosted together with the GHP CC Workshop: “Determining Evapotranspiration”, by Jason Evans, at the Climate Change Research Center (CCRC), University of New South Wales. The 2019 GHP meeting will be used […]


GEWEX Hydroclimatology Panel CC Workshop: Determining Evapotranspiration by invitation only

Oct 8, 2019- Oct 10, 2019

The GEWEX Hydroclimatology Panel (GHP) hosts Crosscuting projects (CC) defined as “focused activities that address specific science questions.” They allow Regional Hydroclimate Projects (RHPs) to collaborate transversely, and are open to scientists that are not members of an RHP. GHP aims to explore, via an interdisciplinary forum, whether it is timely to open a discussion […]