Jul 26, 2023

CMIP Annual Report 2022-2023 – available now!

Montage of five photos from CMIP-related events across 2022-2023. Photo 1: Group photo of the participants at the ScenarioMIP workshop in Reading in June 2023. Photo 2: Three members of the CMIP International Project Office (Eleanor O'Rourke, Briony Turner, and Beth Dingley) alongside CMIP Panel member Julie Arblaster at EGU in April 2023. Photo 3: CMIP Panel Co-chair Helene Hewitt, Julie Arblaster and Eleanor O'Rourke speaking on a panel about improving CMIP data access. Photo 4: Stefan Sobolowski giving a presentation to a group of seated people on CMIP model selection for regional downscaling. Photo 5: Picture of people sat at different tables during the GCOS 2022 World Cafe event.

We’re pleased to announce that we have published the CMIP Annual Report 2022-2023!

The report includes: 

  1. Updates from the CMIP Panel, the WGCM Infrastructure Panel (WIP) and all of our CMIP7 Task Teams,
  2. Highlighted scientific publications which have made use of CMIP,
  3. A summary of the engagement activities that have taken place across the community in the last 18 months. 

It’s been an exciting 18 months of developments with the introduction of two new Panel co-chairs, the implementation of the CMIP International Project Office, and the CMIP7 Task Teams starting work on planning for the future phases of CMIP. We’d like to extend a huge thank you to the community for the continued engagement and feedback on CMIP.

Looking ahead to next year, CMIP leadership (CMIP Panel co-chairs John Dunne and Helene Hewitt, and the WIP co-chairs Paul Durack and Matthew Mizielinski) concluded:

“We look forward to continuing to work with the community in the year ahead as we facilitate community climate science through CMIP6Plus, finalise the CMIP7 experimental design and plans for supporting infrastructure, engage with the new IPCC leadership, and make efforts towards operationalising key components of CMIP to deliver the next phase.”

We’re looking forward to another busy year!

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