Published July 18, 2019 | Version v1
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Joint workshops to (re)formulate open research questions of joint interest: The Blue‐Action‐ASOF workshop and the 2nd EU Climate Modelling workshop (D6.2)

  • 1. University of Bergen
  • 2. Danish Meteorological Institute
  • 3. CNRS
  • 4. Barcelona Supercomputing Center


One of the main aims of the Blue‐Action project is to establish a strong clustering activity with the European and international scientific communities focusing on climate services, Arctic impacts and Blue Growth. Our work wackage WP6 supports the exchange and interaction between the products and services that Blue‐Action delivers and the communities focusing on those themes. The goals of this work packages are to identify open research questions/development needs, to create synergies between these projects, to share knowledge and support knowledge transfer.
Within this framework, two workshops have been organised in the first half of 2019:
● A workshop on the “Representativeness of ocean observations and Flux calculations”, in collaboration with ASOF (Arctic and Subarctic Ocean Fluxes), held at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) in Copenhagen (DK) on 24 ‐26 April 2019.
● A workshop on "Climate Prediction in the Atlantic‐Arctic sector", in collaboration with the EU Climate Modelling Cluster and the Bjerknes Climate Prediction Unit (BCPU), held in Bergen (NO) on 5‐7 June 2019.
The main results of these workshops can be found in this deliverable, with links to resources an 
materials of the workshops.


The Blue‐Action project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 727852.



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Blue-Action – Arctic Impact on Weather and Climate 727852
European Commission