PROTECT webinar: 12 December 2022 – 3 pm CET – Roderik van de Wal
High-end sea-level projections for practitioners
Recently a paper has been published addressing high-end sea-level projections for practitioners. It was a community effort combining scientists and practitioners and builds on a framework of discussing multiple lines of physical evidence. The approach is complementary to the IPCC AR6 report and provides physically plausible high-end scenarios. As the difficulty in formulating high-end is related to the cryospheric component it seems appropriate to have a discussion within Protect how we can improve future high-end projections. In the webinar we will discuss the limitations of the current set-up and explore possibilities for glaciers, greenland and Antarctica how to improve the projections. Furthermore we will consider whether we can address different time scales and scenarios and additional needs from practitioners.
3-7 October 2022 PROTECT Fall Meeting
5 July 2022 – 5 pm CEST – CalvingMIP meeting
4 July 2022 – 3-4 pm CEST – Benoît Meyssignac (CoCliCo)
Thermosteric sea level rise and emulation
30 May 2022 – 3-4 pm CEST – Gonéri Le Cozannet and Aimée Slangen
Sea-level rise: what is new in the IPCC 6th Assessment report?
2 March 2022 – 6-8 pm CET – Jim Jordan
The development of a Calving Model Intercomparison Project (MIP) to investigate the current implementation of calving within ice sheet models
PROTECT Spring meeting 8 April 2-5 pm CEST
7 February 2022 – 3 pm CET – Ricarda Winkelmann
Seal level rise – long term forcing, a webinar open to all
10 January 3 pm CET – Robert Nicholls
What do stakeholders want from sea-level rise scenarios: a consultative analysis
PROTECT Annual Fall meeting 30 September- 1O October
PROTECT Spring meeting on 7 May
EGU meeting 13-30 April 2021
vEGU21 will be a fully virtual meeting that will provide as full a representation of the experience that EGU members enjcoy at the annual meeting in Vienna as possible.
30 September – 1 October 2020 PROTECT kick-off meeting