Dear SOLARIS-HEPPA participants,

this is the first announcement of the upcoming SPARC SOLARIS-HEPPA Working Group meeting to be held on September 18th-19th, 2019 at Instituto de Astrofïsica de Andalucía in Granada/Spain.  The meeting focuses on (but is not limited to) the results of the five SOLARIS working groups  (http://solarisheppa.geomar.de/workinggroups)

Meeting details are available at http://solarisheppa.geomar.de/granada2019Read more

2018

  • October 2018:
  • April 2018:
    • EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, session ST4.5/AS4.15/CL2.02: Solar Total and Spectral Irradiance Recent Observations and Results, Links with Models and Possible Consequences for Climate. Convener: Luc Damé Co-Conveners: Margit Haberreiter, William Ball, Katja Matthes, Martin Snow, Rémi Thiéblemont and
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RAISE/SOLARIS-HEPPA Meeting Nov 3-6 2015

This is the first announcement of the upcoming SPARC SOLARIS-HEPPA working group meeting to be held on November 3-6th, 2015 in Boulder in conjunction with the RAISE project meeting. Meeting dates will be Tuesday, 3 November for RAISE, and Wed-Fri, 4-6 November for HEPPA-SOLARIS. Topics to be addressed at the SOLARIS-HEPPA working group meeting will include:

  1. Coordination of CCMI analysis: evaluation of solar signals in CCMI (and related) hindcast simulations and satellite observations including the assessment of analysis tools,
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Presentations

All presentations that have been provided to us are available as a single zip file (315MB) 

Files are named lastname_solarisheppa2017.[pptx,pdf]

SPARC SOLARIS-HEPPA working group meeting Paris 2017

The aim of this meeting is to present and discuss preliminary results of the five new working groups (WGs) that were defined at SOLARIS-HEPPA meetings in 2016 (http://solarisheppa.geomar.de/workinggroups):

SPARC SOLARIS-HEPPA Working Group Meeting 18-19 September 2019, Granada/Spain

Scope

The meeting focuses (but is not limited to) results of the five SOLARIS-HEPPA working groups  (http://solarisheppa.geomar.de/workinggroups):

  • WG1 (Stratospheric Signal): Analysis of the solar irradiance and particle effects on the stratosphere in both historical (1960-2010) (or REF-C1) and future (2010-2100) (or REF-C2) simulations of the Chemistry Climate Model Initiative (CCMI) simulations.
  • WG2 (Surface Signal
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