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  • CORDEX Central America and South America are organizing a follow-up Online Paper-Writing Workshop on Regional Climate Modeling. The workshop will take place on May 3 and 5 at 17 UTC. At the first online Paper Writing Workshop in November/December a number of collaboration groups consisting of students and early career researchers  were formed.  The groups choose a topic with focus on specific regional climate phenomena, outlined a work plan and time-line with the aim to submit a  paper with the scientific results. This follow-up workshop includes for instance update of status; project outline, data and methods and exchange of reviews between the groups.  

  • WCRP CORDEX Report 2020

    During 2020 a lot of activites, meetings, publications and workshops was held within the CORDEX community. It is hightlights from the domain reports, development of the CORDEX White Paper, progress within the Flagship Pilot Studies, First Order Draft for the CORDEX experimental design for dynamical downscaling of CMIP6 and much more: WCRP CORDEX Report 2020.

  • The First Order Draft (FOD) of the CORDEX experiment design (protocol hereafter) for dynamical downscaling of CMIP6 was shared with the CORDEX community in June 2020. We are very grateful to all who have read the protocol in detail and provided comments. The Second Order Draft (SOD) of the new CORDEX protocol is ready and we now want to share it with the CORDEX community for comments. In order to keep the process of developing the CORDEX protocol transparent and open for the community, the CORDEX Science Advisory Team (SAT) here provides responses to the comments on the FOD and how they have been addressed in the SOD. Please find the SOD here and the CORDEX SAT responses to the

  • CORDEX Southeast Asia organized an outreach and capacity building workshop online 17 – 19 November 2020. Almost 200 participants attended the sessions. Most participants came from the Southeast Asian countries although some participants outside the region also participated including Australia, United States of America and South Asian countries. The workshop consisted of one session each day during the three days. It was conducted without any technical issues, even though this was the first time it was held online and with such a large number of participants. Outcome/Scientific highlights Through this workshop the organizers managed to outreach CORDEX Southeast Asia and its achievements. The workshop highlighted the Southeast Asia Regional Climate Change Information System (SARCCIS), which serves as a one‑stop datacenter

  • The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Met Office and CORDEX South Asia organized the training workshop Regional climate change projections: Climate change analysis using CORDEX regional climate models over South Asia, online during 12-14 October 2020 and 19-21 October 2020. The training was part of an institutional capacity building approach with the intention to strengthen the knowledge and capabilities on how to access and analyze future climate change projections. Through dedicated hands-on exercises, resource persons from ICIMOD, the Met Office – UK, and the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM) – Pune, guided participants in using different open source tools to analyse and visualize climate change projections at different time scales for user-specified locations. The event brought together

  • EURO-CORDEX General Assembly 2021

    EURO-CORDEX is organizing the annual General Assembly that will be held online between 25-29 January 2021 to discuss the outcome of the last meeting and the future plans. Read more about EURO-CORDEX: https://euro-cordex.net/index.php.en