1. Frontiers of Earth System Science: YESS white paper in BAMS

    The YESS community is happy to announce that the YESS paper ‘Earth System Science Frontiers – an ECS perspective‘ has been accepted for publication in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS), currently available as an early online release. In the paper, an active group of young Earth system...
  2. YESS @ AGU

    YESS was present at AGU and gave a presentation in the AGU Career Resource Theater to share with early career AGU attendees background on YESS and how they can get involved. Career Resource Theater Presentation As a follow up on the presentation, YESS was featured in the AGU Blogosphere. Read...
  3. YESS at World Meteorological Day

    HOTTER,         DRIER,         WETTER,       FACE THE FUTURE At the 23th of March the World Meteorological Day will take place. This annually United Nation’s Holiday is held to remember the World Meteorological Organization’s (WMO) establishment on that date in 1950 and to raise awareness on important issues in the field of weather...
  4. FIRST YESS Elections!!

    The FIRST YESS elections are coming up!! YESS will have its first official elections this March. It is an exciting period for YESS and a lot has happened during the last months since the ESS Frontiers workshop at the German Weather Service in Offenbach. The YESS council developed a new structure...
  5. YESS / WMO Earth System Science Frontiers Workshop

    During the last week of October 2015 an international and interdisciplinary group of around 30 active YESS members came together for a three day workshop in Offenbach at the German Weather service in Germany. The workshop was sponsored by the three research programmes of the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), the specialised...
  6. YESS @ IUGG in Prague

    Several members of the YESS network international steering group attended IUGG in Prague this year, including Julia Keller, Vera Schemann, Kevin Reed, and Sarah Perkins. We first met with committee members of APECS and discussed over dinner some key tips and advice on how to successfully run a global early...
  7. YESS @ IUGG, Prague, and Young Scholar Forum, Nicosia

    In the last few weeks we have had different activities and talks at the Young Scholar Forum in Nicosia during the EWACCS conference and at IUGG in Prague. In Prague, YESS members also participated in the APECS early career program. If you are interested in organizing YESS events at conferences...
  8. YESS @ Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting / Seminar Hamburg

    YESS interim steering group member Noel Baker is participating at this year”s nobel prize laureate early career event in Lindau, Germany, and will report about it in a special seminar on Monday, July 6th in Hamburg for all interested YESS members and others. If you happen to be in Hamburg,...
  9. YESS @ WCRP Summer School on 
Climate Model Development

    The first WCRP climate summer school is happening in Hamburg in June 2015, and this can be another place where YESS members and other early career scientists can exchange their view on how to best support global early career integration. https://verc.enes.org/community/schools/WSSCMD1
  10. New Category “Resources”

    We would like to introduce a new category called “RESOURCES”. It contains numerous relevant information for Young Earth System Scientists concerning upcoming events and jobs. “RESOURCES” consists of the following three parts that are all updated regularly: Conferences and workshops Courses and Schools Joblists   All these information are gathered...
  11. YESS @ climate symposium

    The climate symposium in Darmstadt was the attempt to map the ongoing research activities within WCRP on the projection of future space-based research. The double-logo “Climate Research and Earth Observations from Space” and “Climate information for decision making” captures both ideas of the workshop: to shape the future of space...

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