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Climadjust: Open Call for climate projections at a local scale

We’re organising an Open Call on climate projections, featuring our web service to adjust the biases in the climate models’ outputs. We want you to participate!

Climate Change and Environment
15 June 2021 - 15 June 2021
Santander, Spain

We’re glad to announce that Climadjust is taking part in a joint workshop with Blue-Action, ROADMAP, the Bjerknes Climate Prediction Unit, and CLIVAR’s Dynamics, Atlantic Region and Northern Oceans Region Panels. The scope is to promote research on predictability in the North Atlantic and Arctic sector. The workshop will take place from 20 to 22 September, 2021. It will be online, with the possibility of a hybrid event with a location in Bergen (NO) or Copenhagen (DK).

Within this workshop we’ll be hosting a hands-on session on bias adjustment of climate projections, and we want you to participate. How?

-If you’re using climate projections at a local scale, send us an email to Explain a little bit what you’re working on, what you use climate projections for, barriers you might be facing… If you prefer talking instead of writing, we can schedule a quick teleconference! The deadline for this is June 15th, 2021.

-After the deadline, we will choose 3 participants, to work hand in hand with them and their data. We will provide them free access to Climadjust and help them adjust the biases in their data through our tool. The announcement of the winners will be made on June 20th, 2021, and we will work with them on the following weeks.

-The 3 chosen participants will be able to present their data on the workshop remotely. It will be a great opportunity to showcase your work and bring out to the light the kinks in the process of bias adjustment.

Besides presenting these use-cases we will host a hands-on session, to work with climate projections through Jupyter notebooks, a Q&A session and a wrap-up discussion. We’re expecting you!

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