The workshop will
1. Explore the use of observation-based estimates of large-scale ocean heat and
freshwater transport and storage in model evaluation, assessment and
2. Assess the current capability of the ocean observing system to measure ocean heat
and freshwater transport and storage changes, including budget constraints at global
and regional scales to identify priority areas for new observations.
3. Assess CMIP6 models fitness-for-purpose in diagnosing forced heat and freshwater
changes, including global and regional conservation of ocean heat and freshwater,
systematic model biases, and model representation of regional heat/freshwater
See https://www.goosocean.org/index.php?option=com_oe&task=viewEventRecord&eventID=2664 for more information.