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Phoenix Arizona 4-8 January 2015

Fulfilling the Vision of Weather, Water, and Climate Information for Every Need, Time, and Place

27th Conference on Climate Variability and Change

Fulfilling the Vision of Weather, Water, and Climate Information for Every Need, Time, and Place

27th Conference on Climate Variability and Change

Lieu et date : Phoenix Arizona 4-8 January 2015

Organisation American Meteorological Society

Présentation

The theme for the 2015 AMS Annual Meeting is “Fulfilling the Vision of Weather, Water, and Climate Information for Every Need, Time, and Place”. People, businesses, and governments depend increasingly on weather, water, and climate information matched to their specific needs. We are converging on a day when such information is integrated into nearly every decision or action people take. This revolution in highly targeted, customized information - delivered when and where it is most useful - will make our lives safer, more productive, and more enjoyable. The challenge for our community is this : collaborate and innovate to develop – and ultimately deliver – actionable, user-specific weather, water, and climate information across all spatial and temporal scales in support of our nation’s safety, health, and prosperity. The meeting will explore the many topics required for our community to implement this vision.

Thèmes

The 27th Conference on Climate Variability and Change is soliciting papers on the following topics in addition to those on the structure and mechanisms of climate variability and change :
1. Subseasonal variability : Spatiotemporal structure in the troposphere (and stratosphere) ; link with teleconnection patterns and MJO ; dynamical and thermodynamic mechanisms ; hydroclimate impacts ; potential predictability ; representation in climate simulations.
2. Interannual variability : Inter-basin links ; internally-generated vs. externally-forced basin variability ; ocean-atmosphere structure and mechanisms in observations and climate simulations ; progress prospects of monthly-to-seasonal prediction.
3. Decadal-Multidecadal variability in Pacific and Atlantic basins : Ocean surface/subsurface structure ; ocean-atmosphere-land-cryosphere interactions ; hydroclimate impacts (e.g., droughts) and mechanisms ; potential predictability ; experimental prediction (statistical/ dynamical).
4. Regional climate variability and change : Detection and attribution of temperature and precipitation variations : Role of greenhouse gases, anthropogenic aerosols, and multidecadal natural variability ; high-resolution regional climate projections.
5. Arctic circulation and sea-ice variability and trends : Structure and mechanisms.
6. Extreme events : Analysis of heat waves and polar air outbreaks.
7. Advances in climate modeling and prediction.
8. Global Warming Hiatus.

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