Climateurope Webinars

Presentations, videos,  debates among experts to assess new challenges and determine emerging needs related to Earth system modelling and climate services, with a focus on Europe. 

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Climateurope 6th WEBINAR

Climateurope 6th WEBINAR

Video, summary, and presentations. The Webinar took place on Tuesday 20 March 2017, 2017. It consisted of two talks: one on non-stationary bias in climate predictions, and the second on climate services.

Climateurope  5th WEBINAR

Climateurope 5th WEBINAR

Video, summary, and presentations. The Webinar took place on Monday 23 January 2017. It consisted of two talks: one on forecast quality assessment, and the second on model drift analysis.

Climateurope  4th WEBINAR

Climateurope 4th WEBINAR

Video, summary, and presentations. The Webinar took place on Monday Monday 23 January 2017 at 10:30 CET Time. It consisted of two talks: one on some implications of Copernicus Climate Change Services, and, the second on user-relevant climate predictions

Climateurope 3rd WEBINAR

Climateurope 3rd WEBINAR

Video, summary, and presentations. It consisted of two talks:one on the development of a Climate Monitoring Node, and , the second on the use of climate data in the insurance industry. The Webinar took place on Monday 12 December 2016.

Climateurope 2nd WEBINAR

Climateurope 2nd WEBINAR

Video, summary, and presentations. The Webinar took place on Wednesday 16 November 2016 at 10:30 CET Time. It consisted of two talks: one on Climate services and infectious disease, the second on the link between climate modeling research and climate services

Climateurope 1st WEBINAR

Climateurope 1st WEBINAR

Video, summary, and presentations. The Webinar took place on Friday 28 October 2016. It consisted of two talks: “Communicating uncertainty in climate information: insights from the behavioural sciences", by Andrea Taylor, University of Leeds (UK) “Event attribution: from research to climate service”, by Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, Royal National Meteorological Institute - KNMI (The Netherlands)


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