International Conference on Regional Climate CORDEX 2013
|Project Summary||The International Conference on Regional Climate — CORDEX 2013 will facilitate active dialogue and discussion among the diverse international regional climate modelling, and vulnerability, impact and adaptation research communities to address crosscutting challenges and opportunities to further improve our understanding of regional climate variability and change, and to support climate adaptation and mitigation policies. |
The conference will facilitate cross-cooperation across the diverse regional research communities within WCRP (across the many regional CORDEX initiatives and the WCRP core projects’ regional activities under CLIVAR, GEWEX, SPARC and CliC) as well as with other international regional research programmes and partners. Such an active dialogue and discussion among international research communities is required to address the many challenges of regional climate science. Support from APN will allow the sponsored participants to interface with policy makers and gain new perspectives and views on current research topics from the leading scientists around the world, contribute their own ideas on important research topics, and to network and collaborate with their international counterparts.
|Project Leader||Dr. R. Krishnan, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, INDIA (WCRP)|
|Project Collaborators||Dr. Michel Rixen, World Climate Research Program, World Meteorological Organization, Switzerland, firstname.lastname@example.org |
Won Tae Kwon, NIMR, KMA, Korea, email@example.com
W. Gutowski, Iowa State University, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jason Evans, UNSW, Australia, email@example.com
|Countries Involved||All APN member countries|
|Scientific Thematic Area||Climate Change and Climate Variability|
|Project Duration||1 year|
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“International Conference on Regional Climate CORDEX 2013,” APN E-Lib, accessed July 25, 2017, http://www.apn-gcr.org/resources/items/show/1899.
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