Past Meetings

2016 GLASS Meeting

Oct 3, 2016- Oct 5, 2016

The Global Land/Atmosphere System Study focuses on model development and evaluation, concentrating on the new generation of land surface models. Land-surface modeling has shown rapid development in the past two decades. Increasing attention to the global carbon cycle triggered the development of models addressing vegetation phenology, dynamic vegetation structure, and carbon pools. In the meantime, improved representations […]

2016 GHP Meeting

Oct 3, 2016- Oct 5, 2016

2016 GHP Meeting   This year, the GEWEX Hydroclimatology Panel (GHP) will hold its annual meeting in Gif-sur-Yvette, France, following the Including Water Management in Large Scale Models Workshop. From 3-5 October, GHP will meet at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) campus to discuss current and planned GHP activities, ensuring that the Panel contributes effectively to the […]

Including Water Management in Large Scale Models

Sep 29, 2016- Sep 30, 2016

Including Water Management in Large Scale Models A workshop co-sponsored by GLASS and GHP Gif-sur-Yvette, France 28-30 September 2016 Join us in Gif-sur-Yvette, France for a workshop on anthropogenic influences on the global water cycle. Convened by the Global Land/Atmosphere System Study Panel (GLASS) and the GEWEX Hydroclimatology Panel (GHP), this meeting will focus on representing the human dimension in land-surface models […]

GEWEX Hydro-Climate Sensitivity Workshop

Jun 20, 2016- Jun 22, 2016

From a climate perspective, it is imperative to understand the natural variability of precipitation and land water exchanges and storage, as well as susceptibility to change by external forcings. To this end, a small workshop was convened at the University of Exeter, where researchers aimed to understand the susceptibility of the hydrological cycle to forcings associated with […]

Water Availability Grand Challenge for North America

May 3, 2016- May 5, 2016

Water availability constitutes one of the key challenges in the context of climate change. It is linked with alterations in various components of the water cycle and can be associated with large impacts on human society, through changes in droughts, floods, and long-term water resources. The hydrological, biogeophysical, and Earth science communities have come together […]