The Climate Symposium 2014

The Climate Symposium 2014

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16 December 2013

Satellite observations are a key element in an integrated and sustained climate observing system and have been critically important for monitoring and understanding the Earth’s climate system during the past several decades.

The expected completion of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment (AR5) in 2013-2014 makes it timely to discuss these achievements, to assess future opportunities and challenges with satellite derived climate information, and to provide guidance on future priorities. The symposium will be an important step towards defining requirements, and the further development of an efficient and sustained international space-based Earth observing system.

This symposium is intended to bring together the international experts in climate observations, research, analysis and modelling to present and discuss results from their studies, with a particular emphasis on the role of space-based Earth observations in improving our knowledge of the current climate at global and regional scales, and in the assessment of models used for climate projections.

The event is co-sponsored by the World Climate Research Programme, EUMETSAT, European Commission, European Space Agency and the Wissenschaftsstadt Darmstadt.

 

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