Three days for the completion of Work Group I report!
The report from WG I will go through the last stage of the review process, which is called "Approval/Acceptance step" in Stockholm, Sweden on the 23 -26 September 2013.
WG I is responsible for "The Physical Science Basis" of the full report. The Stockholm session will be convened to approve the "Summary for Policy Makers" (SPM) from WG I to IPCC's AR5. The final document will be available (http://www.climatechange2013.org/) on 27 September 2013.
This session will also be the opportunity to accept the underlying scientific and technical assessment.
For a detailed view of the review process please go to the IPCC website (http://www.ipcc.ch/activities/activities.shtml#.Ujx0ssZwrcs)
Below you can have a brief overview of the process:
Source: IPCC website.
Free Training Opportunity
Course: NASA Remote Sensing Data for Water Resources Management
October 17 - November 14, 2013, Thursdays (5 webinars)
Session I registration: 8-9 AM EDT (12 PM UTC) click here
Session II registration: 1-2 PM EDT (5 PM UTC), click here
For further Information contact: email@example.com
According to NASA website
they aim to increase the utility of NASA Earth Science and model data for decision-makers and applied science professionals in the area of Water Resources Management Applications. NASA is running several capacity building activities on utilization of NASA satellite remote sensing and model data for a variety of water management applications including floods and snow related topics.
If you would like more information about any of the activities and materials available on the program or to request a training please contact:Ana.I.Prados@nasa.gov
NASA announces the arrival of the new NASA Earth Observations (NEO) website! Over 50 different global datasets are represented with daily, weekly, and monthly snapshots, and images are available in a variety of formats including JPEG, PNG, Google Earth, and GeoTIFF.