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  • 1.  Call for abstracts

    Posted 12 days ago

    Dear Colleagues,

    We invite abstract submissions to the AGU 2024 Fall Meeting 

    GC082 - High-Resolution Regional Earth System Modeling: Hydroclimate Variability, Extremes, and Policy Implications

    Addressing the grand challenge in global change studies, the development of high-resolution regional Earth system models stands as a top priority, capable of yielding policy-relevant outputs for regional climate change adaptation and mitigation decisions. Regional Earth system modeling has swiftly emerged as a burgeoning research endeavor, running parallel to efforts in high-resolution global climate and Earth system modeling. This session aims to showcase the latest advancements in high-resolution regional Earth system modeling, remote sensing of Earth observations, network measurements, statistical techniques, and theoretical foundations of the regional water cycle and environmental changes. We welcome presentations covering the latest assessments of CMIP6/7 climate models, Seasonal to Decadal Predictions, Large Ensemble, and high-resolution climate experiments. Contributions on Regional Earth System Model development, long-term observational studies, hypothesis-driven climate modeling experiments, and applications of machine learning are encouraged. Furthermore, research on innovative methods for communicating model outputs to stakeholders and decision-makers is highly encouraged.

    The abstract deadline is July 31, 2024. 

    We hope to see you in person or virtually at the AGU Fall Meeting.

    Best wishes,

    Zong-Liang Yang(University of Texas at Austin)

    Min-Hui Lo (National Taiwan University)

    Vasco Manuel Mantas (University of Coimbra)

    Li Dan (Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

    Sanjiv Kumar (COLA)

    Li Dan