Submit a nomination for a SSC member by 31 March 2017.
Find the January 2017 issue of the SPARC Newsletter at:
Note that this issue is the last SPARC Newsletter available both in hardcopy and digital. If you only receive the hardcopy version of the newsletter please make sure to change your subscription, thanks.
Organised by the Antarctic Gravity Wave Instrument Network-ANGWIN, the special issue welcomes papers that deal with the theory, modelling and observations of gravity wave activity in the Arctic and Antarctic regions, at any altitude in the Earth’s atmosphere or ionosphere. Submissions are open until 28 April 2017.
If you have any questions please contact Dr Tracy Moffat-Griffin.
Submissions can be made using the link below or searching in the special issue sections on each journals website:
Abstract submission deadline: 15 Mar 2017
Travel grant application deadline: 15 Feb 2017
The fifth Chemistry-Climate Model Initiative (CCMI) Science Workshop will be held in Toulouse at Centre International de Conférences of Météo-France, 13-15 June 2017.
The main focus of the workshop will be on the most recent analyses of CCMI phase-1 simulations, which are centered on understanding trends and interannual variability of tropospheric and stratospheric composition over the past and into the future, and how the composition interacts with changes in the physical climate. Specific topics of the workshop include:
- Identifying natural and anthropogenic drivers of past and future composition changes and their implications for climate, air quality, and the ozone layer;
- Evaluating model ability to simulate past and predict future composition changes;
- Augmenting the use of ground-based, balloon, aircraft and satellite observations for process-oriented model evaluation;
- Investigating novel ways to use observations and models to constrain Earth-system processes;
- Analyzing stratosphere-troposphere coupling, also its impact on the ocean;
- Understanding the causes of inter-model differences;
- Linking model performance to future projections.
Find more information and register at http://www.meteo.fr/cic/meetings/2017/CCMI/index.html.
The emerging IGAC Activity CATCH (The Cryosphere and Atmosphere Chemistry) is shaping its strategy.
Provide your input at the dedicated Google Form.
Submissions to this joint ACP/AMT/ESSD/GMD special CCMI-issue are now being accepted.