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Publish Date: 24 September 2015
On Monday, 28 September, in Cape Town, participants from South Africa as well as around the world will gather for a GCOS science day to discuss long-term climate observations of essential climate variables relating to the atmosphere and terrestrial and marine systems, as well as their integration into comprehensive climate models. The day will feature presentations from leading foreign and South African climate scientists as well as open-discussion sessions. The GCOS science day is being sponsored by the South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON) in collaboration with the South...