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Call for nominations for the CORDEX Science Advisory Team (SAT)

WCRP/CORDEX is calling for (self)-nominations for membership in the CORDEX Science Advisory Team.

New members are sought for a four-year term form January 2019 to December 2022.

Nominations should be submitted via an online nomination form by 30 May 2018. To read more click here .

SEACLID CORDEX workshops in Malaysia, 7-9 May

The Final Workshop of the First Phase and the Second Technical Workshop of the Second Phase of the Southeast Asia Regional Climate Downscaling (SEACLID)/ CORDEX Southeast Asia Project will be held at the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor, 7-9 May 2018.

Click herefor more information and pdf registration form.

Click here to download a word registration form.

Report from the CORDEX-Africa Vulnerability-Impact-Adaptation Workshop 1 available

A Report from the CORDEX-Africa Vulnerability-Impact-Adaptation Workshop 1
can now be found here

SAT-meeting report from the Pan-WCRP Modelling Meeting in Exeter 2017 now available

The Report of the third session of the CORDEX Science Advisory Team (SAT), UKMO, Exeter, England 9-13 October 2017, in conjunction with the Pan-WCRP Modelling meeting can be found here: WCRP Report n°17/2017.

Register for the EGU-session “Regional climate modeling, including CORDEX” (session CL5.06 )

Dear Colleagues,

This is a final reminder that the abstract submission deadline for the upcoming EGU General Assembly is very close, on 10 January

2018 at 13:00 Central Europe Time (12:00 UTC).

We encourage you to submit your research for presentation in the session “Regional climate modeling, including CORDEX” (session CL5.06 ), so that this session can continue to be a strong contribution to the EGU climate program. The session description (with a link to the abstract submission page) is at

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2018/session/26436

We look forward to meeting you in Vienna.

Filippo Giorgi (along with Ray Arritt and Ivan Guettler, co-conveners)