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IS-ENES3 webinar on the Access on CORDEX and CMIP6 climate data

Jun 15, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (Europe/Vienna / UTC200)
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Find the recording of the webinar on the IS-ENES3 YouTube channel !

Program of the webinar

Introduction - Janette Bessembinder (KNMI)

- ESGF: A practical overview for users - Christian Pagé (CERFACS)

- Search and download of CMIP6 and CORDEX data through ESGF - Paola Nassisi (CMCC)

- ECAS Environment and climate data analysis - Paola Nassisi (CMCC)

- IS-ENES Climate4impact (C4i): Ease Access to Climate Model Data - Christian Pagé (CERFACS)


During this webinar and demonstration we will explain what the Earth System Grid Federation (ESGF) is and what it does to make climate data available for research.

ESGF is an international open-source effort that disseminates climate model data, observational and reanalysis data free of charge. Short demonstrations will be given on how to access and analyze climate data available through ESGF. This webinar is organized by the IS-ENES3 project, the European part of ESGF, that works on enhancing and improving current climate research infrastructure. The webinar is aimed at users in any scientific or applied domain that need access to climate data, for example, climate modelers performing multi-model comparisons, impact researchers evaluating climate change impacts, climate services providers, etc., at global or regional scales.

This was originally planned as a Splinter meeting at EGU2020. Due to the cancellation of the Face-to-face meeting of EGU2020 the splinter meeting is now transformed into a webinar, which will take place on June 15th at 10:00 CEST (1,5h max). If you’re interested and want to participate, you can subscribe through the form below.

For more information contact: janette.bessembinder(a)

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IS-ENES3 has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824084