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The CliC Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison for CMIP6 (ISMIP6) brings together for the first time a consortium of international ice sheet models and coupled ice sheet-climate models to fully explore the sea level rise contribution from the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets. ISMIP6 is a collaboration between ice sheet and climate modelers, along with observationalists and remote sensed expert over the polar regions. 

ISMIP6 was established in fall 2014, but is based on a long history of Ice Sheet Model Intercomparison Projects or ISMIP, including the more recent European ice2sea and COMBINE efforts, and the Sea level Response to Ice Sheet Evolution (SeaRISE) community effort.

Report on the Hydrology Models Intercomparison Planning Meeting 1999
(Media / Report on the Hydrology Models Intercomparison Planning Meeting 1999)
Report and Participantlist on the Hydrology Models Intercomparison Planning Meeting, held in Koblenz, Germany, from 27-28 March 1999. WCRP Informal Report Nr. 12/1999. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The ACSYS/GHP Hydrological Modelling Workshop held in Quebec City, Canada from 25-27 August 1998 recommended...
Asia-CliC Workshop on Large-scale Hydrometeorology of Asian Cryosphere 2007
(Media / Asia-CliC Workshop on Large-scale Hydrometeorology of Asian Cryosphere 2007)
Meeting Report, Agenda and Participant list from the Asia-CliC Workshop on Large-scale Hydrometeorology of Asian Cryosphere Yokohama Institute for Earth Science (JAMSTEC), held in Yokohama, Japan from 17 to 19 May, 2007. WCRP Inf. No. 14/2007. Summary Forty people participated in the Asia-CliC...
M.Sparrow-Status of the-Past Antarctic Ice Sheet Dynamics (PAIS) proposal
(Media / M.Sparrow-Status of the-Past Antarctic Ice Sheet Dynamics (PAIS) proposal)
Presentation of the new SCAR large-scale programmes, including the Status of the Past Antarctic Ice Sheet Dynamics (PAIS) which is central for sea-level research. Presented by Michael Sparrow at the 8th CliC Scientific Steering Group meeting in Innsbruck, Austria 2012.

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