Past Meetings

2018 WCRP Workshop: The Earth’s Energy Imbalance and Its Implications (EEI)

Nov 13, 2018- Nov 16, 2018

The Earth Energy Imbalance (EEI) is one of the most fundamental metrics defining the status of global climate change and expectations for continued global warming. WCRP Core Projects work together for a new WCRP-wide initiative to identify research goals and opportunities for Earth’s Energy Imbalance and to strengthen future international scientific collaboration with experts for […]


Oct 22, 2018- Oct 26, 2018

ANDEX, 22 – 24 October 2018 ANDEX is a proposed new Regional Hydroclimate Project (RHP) under the umbrella of GEWEX that aims to improve our understanding and prediction of climate and hydrology along the Andes cordillera. It will integrate atmospheric and hydrologic models, and assimilate local and remotely sensed data products. A small initial planning […]

2018 UTCC PROES Workshop

Oct 22, 2018- Oct 23, 2018

The GEWEX Upper Tropospheric Clouds and Convection Process Evaluation Study (UTCC PROES) working group was created in 2015 to ultimately advance our knowledge of the climate feedbacks of Upper Tropospheric (UT) clouds. Convection is a fundamental mode of mixing and transport, moving heat, moisture, momentum, and atmospheric constituents through the Earth’s atmosphere. Convective storms are […]

2nd GEWEX Convection-Permitting Climate Modeling Workshop

Sep 4, 2018- Sep 6, 2018

The 2nd GEWEX Convection-Permitting Climate Modeling Workshop has been held from 4 -6 Septermber 2018 in Boulder, Colorado and has been hosted by Andreas Prein and Roy Rasmussen from NCAR/UCAR. This workshop has focused on scientific and technical challenges related to convection-permitting climate modeling (horizontal grid spacing ≤4 km). These challenges included the model setup, […]

4th PannEx Workshop: The ELTE meeting

Sep 4, 2018

PannEx is prospective Regional Hydroclimate Project (RHP) of the Global Energy and Water Exchange (GEWEX) project of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP). GEWEX aims to observe, understand and model the hydrological cycle and energy fluxes in the Earth’s atmosphere, at and below the surface. It proceeds by means of an integrated program of research, observations and science activities that focuses […]