Open Call for New CLIVAR Members: details for the CLIVAR/CliC/SCAR Southern Ocean Region Panel part of this call

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Open Call for New CLIVAR Members: details for the CLIVAR/CliC/SCAR Southern Ocean Region Panel part of this call

Inga Smith

Dear Cryolist members,

Please see the email below this one for an open call for nominations to the CLIVAR SSG and CLIVAR panels.

Nominations are through the link in the email below.

The CLIVAR/CliC/SCAR Southern Ocean Region Panel (SORP) is one of the panels involved in the call, and I am one of the current co-chairs. Here are some specific details for the SORP part of this call:

* Information on what SORP does and the current membership are available through the following website:

* SORP would welcome all self-nominations from Southern Ocean and Antarctic researchers, but particularly SORP would welcome nominations from any of the following disciplines, regions and groups that are under-represented (or not represented at all) on SORP at present (or after some members rotate off in this cycle):

sea ice remote sensing;

global climate modeling;

sea-going chemical oceanography;

researchers based in South America, developing countries, Scandinavia, the UK; 

researchers involved in SOOS, APECS, and other groups connected with SCAR, CliC, and CLIVAR;



Inga Smith


CLIVAR/CliC/SCAR Southern Ocean Region Panel

From: ICPO CLIVAR <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 3:09 PM
To: clivar-members
Subject: Open Call for New CLIVAR Members

Dear all,

The call for nominations to CLIVAR Scientific Steering Group (SSG) and CLIVAR panels is now open. Deadline for nominations for appointments starting in 2018 (and 2019 for the SSG) is 20 September 2017, and nominations can be submitted online.


When considering the member nominations, CLIVAR takes into account the scientific expertise that will support fulfillment of the SSG and panel's terms of reference. New members for the CLIVAR SSG is approved by the WCRP Joint Scientific Committee. For CLIVAR panels, membership is approved by the CLIVAR SSG.


Scientifically qualified SSG and panel member nominations that support gender and geographical balance and promote opportunities for scientists and researchers from developing countries to participate in CLIVAR activities are encouraged. The initial term of service for members is three years, with possible extension of two years.

Best Regards


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