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US CLIVAR

US CLIVAR  (US Climate Variability and Predictability Program)

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US CLIVAR is a U.S. national research program investigating the variability and predictability of the global climate system on seasonal, interannual, decadal and centennial timescales, with a particular emphasis on the role the ocean plays in climate variability.

CPAESS has been managing the US CLIVAR Program since its creation in 2000. We have grown up with the program and are excited to go forward in partnership as US CLIVAR charts it’s future. CPAESS staffs the  Washington DC office with a director and a program specialist, provides infrastructure support by purchasing equipment and leasing office space.  We also provide technical and administrative support: IT, web development, workshop planning, and administration of program funds.  CPAESS takes in funding from 4 agencies to run US CLIVAR.

At its January 2012 meeting in Silver Spring, MD, the US CLIVAR Scientific Steering Committee launched a 2-year planning effort to draft, review, edit, and publish a new Science Plan for the post-2014 era. The plan will review progress over the past decade, address program goals and objectives, outline key outstanding science questions, and identify new goals and objectives to guide research directions over the next 15 years.

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