Past Meetings

Cloud Tracking Workshop

Apr 17, 2023- Apr 21, 2023

About this event AIMS Lagrangian analyses of clouds and other atmospheric phenomena provide significant potential to understand and constrain their full lifecycle. There exist a wide range of tools to detect and track clouds in observations and models. However, most existing tools are restricted to specific data sources or use cases, limiting their broad applicability. […]

GEWEX Integrated Product Workshop

Apr 11, 2023- Apr 13, 2023

Objective The evaluation of climate data records related to water and energy fluxes are often complicated by assumptions in satellite algorithms that lead to state dependent errors. These errors are notoriously difficult to quantify as their dependence on state variables is rarely understood. This GEWEX sponsored workshop will attempt to make progress in one area […]

1st LIAISE Conference and
determining evapotranspiration CrossCut Workshop

Mar 27, 2023- Mar 29, 2023

About LIAISE Field Campaign One of the largest challenges facing the Environmental Science community is understanding future changes in the terrestrial water cycle and the subsequent impact on water resources. It has also been recognized by international organizations such as the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) that human activities are playing a key role in […]

2023 Baltic Earth Winter School

Mar 27, 2023- Mar 31, 2023

International Baltic Earth Winter School for Young Scientists on “Earth System Science for the Baltic Sea Region” About PhD students and early career scientists (postdocs) from the Baltic Sea region are invited to the Baltic Earth Winter School on “Earth System Science for the Baltic Sea Region” at the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research […]

LS4P Phase II
International Kickoff Workshop

Dec 11, 2022- Dec 11, 2022

Since the inception of the Global Energy and Water Exchanges (GEWEX) program initiative – the “Impact of Initialized Land Temperature and Snowpack on Sub-seasonal to Seasonal Prediction” (LS4P) in 2018, more than 40 institutions worldwide have participated in this project Focusing more on the process understanding and predictability rather than the operational S2S prediction, the […]