Workshop on Central Asia
An exploration of climate science in Central Asia –
moving towards frontiers of knowledge and action

Oct 4 - 6, 2021 | Online


Organizing Committee

Global Energy and Water EXchanges (GEWEX) Introduction

SysTem for Analysis, Research and Training (START) Introduction

Workshop Participants

Central Asian precipitation extremes affected by an intraseasonal planetary wave pattern – Peiqiang Xu, Lin Wang, CMSR, Beijing, China and Jie Ming, LMSW, Nanjing, China

Hydrometeorological and Glaciological Research in Central Asia – Maria Shahgedanova,University of Reading, UK and Igor Severskiy, Institute of Geography and Water Security and Central Asia Regional Glaciological Centre under Auspices of UNESCO, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Modeling High Mountain Central Asia with the MESH Hydrological Model – Global Water Futures (GWF)

Research Summary of the Regional Water Environment Systems Laboratory (RWES) – Tanaka Kenji and Sadyrov Sanjar, Kyoto, Japan

Sustainable Development Goals and education in the field of water supply and sanitationSvetlana Maksimova, Industrial University of Tyumen, Tyumen, Russia

Tackling Central Asian Natural Hazards using Machine Learning – Thomas Chen, Academy for Mathematics, Science and Engineering (AMSE), New Jersey, U.S.A.

The new set of high-resolution climate simulations for the CORDEX Central Asia domain – Lola Kotova, GERICS, Hamburg, Germany, and Sara Top, University of Gent, Gent, Belgium