12– 13 December 2019, 1200 -1700 (Thursday) and 9.00-12.30 (Friday)
Met Office (Collaboration Building, 1st floor), Exeter
Final workshop as part of the UK Climate Resilience bid (NERC) ‘Building UK climate resilience through bridging the qualitative-quantitative data divide‘ project.
The first part (Thursday) will explore the utility of historical and qualitative information in climate science application. The second part (Friday) will consider the production of the protocol, bringing together the outcomes from previous workshops and work towards the co-production of the protocol on how all disciplines can work towards bridging across the qualitative-quantitative divide, including a plan of action for its dissemination and implementation. This protocol will be supportive of, and applicable to, the Climate Change Risk Assessment (CCRA4), but also the wider range of beneficiaries.
Lunch will be provided on both days. If you are able to attend and would like to join us for the final workshop, could you please confirm your intention by 1 November.
Please note to access the Met Office site you will need a photographic ID (e.g. driving license) and be on the attendee list.
Notes from the first two workshops can be accessed here.
To attend, email Neil Macdonald by the deadline.