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Climate Services training: application of climate data in policy and planning for consultants

This session aims at training consultants using global and regional climate model data, and providers of climate data (CMIP5 and CORDEX data, resp.) on their application in different decision making contexts. Results of this training will be reported in Deliverable 6.3 of IS-ENES2 project.
When Mar 18, 2015 10:30 AM to
Mar 20, 2015 02:00 PM
Where Impulse building, Wageningen Campus, Netherlands
Contact Name
Contact Phone +31-(0)317-481786
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Programme:


Wednesday: 18 March 2015
Morning Arrival participants
11:00 Introduction to the course and participants
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Lecture: The information chain from climate model to policy advice
15:00 Data exploration using the climate4impacts portal
16:00 Case study inventory, presentation and selection
19:00 Joint dinner

Thursday 19 March 2015
8:30 Lecture: Dealing with Uncertainties in Climate projections
9:30 Case study development in teams of 2-4 people
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Lecture: Bias Corrections and Downscaling of climate data
14:30 Case study development (cont’d)
18:00 Dinner
19:30 Case study presentation preparation
22:00 Drinks

Friday 20 March 2015
8:30 Lecture: Visualisation of Climate Data: Info graphics for policy makers
9:30 Case study presentations
11:30 Reflection and wrap-up
12:30 Optional lunch

Cost
Participation and stay €500, including two nights, all meals and refreshments as well as course material
Participants need to cover their own travel expenses
Overnight: a block reservation has been made in Hotel “Hof van Wageningen”

Registration and contact: Pauline Ticheler: +31-(0)317-481786

Download the application form.

This training was developped within the framework of IS-ENES2, in close collaboration with the Climate-KIC and with support of CLIP-C.

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