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PCIC Meeting Series: Climate Analysis and Monitoring Meeting is almost full

The first of our three-part series of meetings designed to engage users on our research themes is coming up on October 10th and there are still a few spots left.

This meeting's focus is the Climate Analysis and Monitoring Theme, which provides access to past and present climate information for British Columbia. We need the input of our users and potential users to know if we are on the right track, and importantly, to answer the question: “how can the CAM Theme best serve the public?” This important question will underline all the presentations and discussion on October 10th.

At the meeting we will introduce and familiarize users with the development of a repository for station-based climate data in the province, the production of high resolution maps of temperature and precipitation climatology, and additional projects describing extreme precipitation and regional climate anomalies.

The meeting is intended to serve as a two-way exchange between users of CAM services and the developers of CAM products. We will take stock of the research and results to-date and present the roadmap for the theme’s near future. Input from the meeting will help focus theme activities on dissemination of information and provision of data that is relevant to stakeholder’s needs and objectives. We look forward to seeing you on October 10th!

For more information, including location and registration instructions, see our events section.