CFMIP 2019 Meeting on Clouds, Precipitation, Circulation, and Climate Sensitivity
This CFMIP international meeting will focus on the theme of the WCRP Grand Challenge on Clouds, Circulation and Climate Sensitivity, will foster collaboration with the GEWEX GASS and CLIVAR CDP programs, and will address all other ongoing CFMIP activities, including CFMIP-sponsored Model Intercomparison Projects (MIPS) and experiments.
The five-day meeting will include oral and poster sessions on:
- Assessment of cloud feedbacks, adjustments, and climate sensitivity, with emphasis on analyses of CMIP6/CFMIP3 experiments and observations.
- Role of cloud-radiation-precipitation-circulation coupling in large-scale atmosphere-ocean dynamics (e.g. ITCZ, storm tracks, SST patterns) and the planetary energy balance.
- Process based analyses of cloud structures and cloud controlling processes using GCMs, fine-scale models, idealized experiments, and observations.
- Role of the organization of cloud systems in climate: results from RCEMIP experiments and observations.
If you plan to attend the conference, please also see:
+ Meeting Agenda (PDF, version of 2019-08-31)
Abstract submission deadline was May 31, 2019.
Clarification regarding hotel rates. We received several questions from people that searched the rates on line and found them excessive. Note that we have negotiated a special rate for the days of the conference that may vary a little depending on the number of people but will be around 150 Euros/night
Local Organizing Committee
George Tselioudis (NASA/GISS, USA)
+ Masahiro Watanabe (Univ. Tokyo, Japan)
+ Mark Webb (MetOffice, UK),
+ Chris Bretherton (Univ. Washington, USA)
+ Sandrine Bony (LMD/IPSL, France)
+ Steve Klein (LLNL, USA)
+ Jennifer Kay (Univ. Colorado, USA)
+ Yen-Ting Hwang (National Taiwan Uiv.)
+ Thorsten Mauritsen (Stockholm Univ.)
+ Florent Brient (Meteo-France)
+ Sarah Kang (UNIST, South Korea)
+ Allison Wing (Florida St. Univ., USA)
+ Paulo Ceppi (Imperial College London)
For more information, please contact George Tselioudis.