Part of the Blue-Action series of webinars on climate science communication, Euan Paterson, currently the Communications and Media Officer at the…

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A new paper by Marilena Oltmanns and colleagues at National Oceanography Centre, UK, uses observations and reanalysis to show that freshwater release…

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A new paper by Panos Athanasiadis et al. on Decadal predictability of North Atlantic blocking and the NAO was published in June in Climate and…

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In the latest of our meet the team series, we introduce Mark Payne, the lead for Blue-Action climate service case studies. Read all about Mark's…

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People with respiratory diseases in Spain are now more vulnerable to high temperatures than cold ones, a new study by Joan Ballester from Blue-Action…

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The first of our Meet the Blue-Action team series, we introduce Yulia Polkova who contributes to WP1, Improving seasonal long-range forecast skill of…

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In our new blog, Martin Coath form Blue-Action explains how the team in our winter tourism case study are working together to develop a climate…

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Members of the Blue-Action team contributed to the Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance publication exploring the importance of the microorganisms within…

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Teams from Blue-Action and Prosnow met for collaboration and ideas exchange about winter snow climate services today. Prosnow is another Horizon2020…

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A new Blue-Action blog post by Didier Swingedouw from CNRS. Didier discusses his contribution to the IPCC special report on the oceans and…

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A new paper published today in Nature Communications describes a rare freshening event in the Atlantic caused by changing ocean currents.

The paper,…

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Blue-Action coordinator Steffen Olsen's picture of dogs sledding on water in Greenland has made waves all over the world after it went viral in 2019.…

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Congratulations to Valerio Lucarina from the University of Reading, who was recently announced as the recipient of the Lewis Fry Richardson medal by…

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Blue-Action scientists led an engagement event in Edinburgh to discuss the how ocean observations and predictions can be used to respond to the…

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Recent breakout sessions at Arctic Circle 2019 in Reykjavik by Blue-Action generated lots of interest and discussion.

Ilona Mettiainen and Martin…

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The Blue-Action team delivered a successful session at the Arctic Circle Assembly called Securing Snow for Winter Tourism, where a new video…

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Are you interested in knowing more about how we translate climate models into climate and information services in Blue-Action? We now have a booklet…

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Helene Langehaug (NERSC) podcast on climate prediction and the push for going beyond projections and start predicting how the future climate will be. Opens internal link in current window

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The Blue-Action team will be in Honolulu for Ocean Obs 2019 during 16 - 20th September, a conference for the ocean observation community.

We will…

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Marine ecological forecasts arising from climate observations and models are valuable tools in helping industries such as fishing adapt to a changing…

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The EU Climate modelling cluster met in Bergen in June 2019 to discuss the current challenges and future plans for climate models.

Blue-Action…

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Blue-Action will be holding the 2019 annual meeting in Edinburgh, UK, on 15th- 17th October. Blue-Action are grateful to be hosted by Marine Scotland…

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Blue-Action is organising two breakout sessions at Arctic Circle 2019. The conference aims at increasing participation in Arctic dialogue and…

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Congratulations to Gerard McCarthy, who has been awarded the IAPSO Early Career medal!

Blue-Action partner Gerard McCarthy of Maynooth University,…

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