Sea Ice Outlook: June Report

June 19, 2014
By Sandy Starkweather

The Sea Ice Prediction Network (co-sponsored by 5 IARPC agencies) announces the availability of the June Report of the Sea Ice Outlook. Since 2008, the annual SEARCH Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) has obtained over 300 community predictions of the September sea ice extent. This year represents a transition for the SIO, as it is now managed as part of the Sea Ice Prediction Network project as a contribution to SEARCH. The goal of the SIO is to improve sea ice prediction on seasonal time-scales by developing a network of scientists and stakeholders to advance research on sea ice prediction. At a recent workshop and over the past few years, SIO contributors and users have offered many recommendations for expanding the SIO. Starting this year, the SIO reports will be responsive to these recommendations and will evolve to a more robust scientific tool. While keeping the same general structure for the SIO as before, it is time to encourage more model participation and expand the information provided from model activities.


For more information on the Sea Ice Outlook, see: http://www.arcus.org/sipn/sea-ice-outlook


For more information on the Sea Ice Prediction Network, see: http://www.arcus.org/sipn

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