This is to inform you about the upcoming Coordinated Ocean Wave Climate Project (COWCliP) meeting in Notre Dame (Indiana, USA) on October 7th, following the “3rd International Workshop on Waves, Storm Surges, and Coastal Hazards”. This meeting will be hybrid, from 8am to noon EDT (local time).
COWCLIP is a WMO-endorsed international collaborative research project with the aim to raise the profile of wind-waves as a variable in the global climate system - both to foster and support determination of:
and support delivery of purposeful wave climate information for marine and coastal users.
Currently, COWCLIP has 4 main tasks:
In this upcoming meeting, the desired outcome is to:
COWCLIP meetings are open to anyone who wishes to attend. If you would like to participate in the upcoming meeting on October 7th please let us know by sending an email to Mercè Casas-Prat (merce.c...@ec.gc.ca) or Alberto Meucci (alberto...@unimelb.edu.au). Please also indicate if you plan to attend in person or remotely.
Mercè Casas-Prat, Ph. D.
(she, her, elle)
Climate Research Division, Science and Technology Directorate
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) / Government of Canada
Division de la recherche climatique, Direction générale des sciences et de la technologie
Environnement et Changement climatique Canada (ECCC) / Gouvernement du Canada