(ACCESS) Advanced Collaborative Connections for Earth System Science

ACCESS (Advanced Collaborative Connections for Earth System Science) is a project or initiative aimed at promoting collaboration and interdisciplinary research in the field of Earth System Science. The goal of ACCESS is to bring together scientists and researchers from various disciplines to work together in order to better understand the complex interactions between the Earth's atmosphere, oceans, land surface, and cryosphere (the Earth's frozen parts, including sea ice, glaciers, ice sheets, and permafrost).

ACCESS seeks to create a comprehensive and integrated understanding of the Earth's system by utilizing the latest observations, models, and technologies to study the Earth's changing climate, weather patterns, and the impact of human activities on the environment. By fostering collaboration and interdisciplinary research, ACCESS aims to help advance our knowledge of the Earth system and provide insights and solutions for mitigating the impacts of climate change.