VolMIP is a protocol-driven international project aiming at coordinating the activities of different Research Institutes involved in numerical climate modelling focused on a multi-model assessment of climate models' performance under strong volcanic forcing conditions.


VolMIP-related session at EGU2018

Submit an abstract for the upcoming EGU General Assembly in the session IE2.3/AS3.10/CL4.22/GMPV6.4/NH2.2: Characterizing, understanding and predicting the radiative effects and the climatic impacts of major volcanic eruptions (co-organized). Convener: Davide Zanchettin | Co-Conveners: Myriam Khodri , Graham Mann , Claudia Timmreck , Matthew Toohey [...] Read more

Multi-model comparison of the volcanic sulfate deposition from the 1815 eruption of Mt. Tambora

The submitted paper is available here.

CLIVAR Exchanges No.72

The latest issue of CLIVAR Exchanges, a joint issue with Past Global Changes Magazine, titled "Decadal Climate Variability", is now available here.

VolMIP Special Issue

Joint ESD, GMD, ACP, CP special issue Journals coordinators Claudia Timmreck ( Myriam Khodri ( Davide Zanchettin ( Guest [...] Read more

GMD Paper

VolMIP GMD paper is published. It is available here.

VolMIP at the EMBRACE-CMIP workshop

An update on VolMIP activities will be presented in the MIP Session on Tuesday 20th October at the Workshop on CMIP5 Model Analysis and Scientific Plans for CMIP6 (EMBRACE-CMIP Workshop).

VolMIP at the ocean2k workshop

Ocean2k was an occasion to discuss VolMIP on October 6-8 in Barcelona, with focus on reconstructed past ocean variability.

VolMIP at IUGG 2015

Solicited oral contribution:"Towards a coordinated modeling assessment of the climate response to strong volcanic eruptions" in symposium: VS32 Weather and Climate Effects of Volcanic Eruptions (VS32/VS33)on 29 June 2015(room Club).

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Published on  26.10.2017