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Sami Rifai - Google Earth Engine Demo
24 September 2020 | Seminar

Google Earth Engine is a geospatial processing service.

Chimene Laure Daleu - A New Generalised Mass-Flux Convection Scheme for the Met Office Unified Model: Development and assessment
2 July 2020 | Seminar

The resolution in General circulation models (GCMs) determines the method of representing convection.

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Clare Stephens - Using a detailed ecohydrologic model to investigate catchment response to climate change and the consequences for water availability
20 May 2020 | Seminar

The engineering sector plays a key role in translating climate change research into real-world adaptation.

Jan Zika - Changes in ocean water masses reveal the distribution of excess heat in the climate system
13 May 2020 | Seminar

Over 90% of the excess heat trapped in the earth system is contained in the ocean and the consequent thermal expansion was the largest...

Julia Windmiller - The moist and dry tropics - Is the tropical atmosphere bistable?
24 April 2020 | Seminar

Atmospheric humidity plays an important role for the radiative properties of the atmosphere and the formation of deep convection.

Tim Raupach - The effects of climate change on hailstorms
25 March 2020 | Seminar

Hailstorms cause damage in many regions every year.

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Nathan Bindoff - IPCC Special Report on the Oceans and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate: key findings for oceans and polar regions
18 March 2020 | Seminar

In September 2019 the IPCC released its Special Report on the Oceans and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate (SROCC), which assesses physical processes and impacts of climate change on ocean, coastal...

Ryan Springall - Capital Allocation Decision Making in the Face of Extreme Climate
11 March 2020 | Seminar

Everyday, insurance and reinsurance companies and capital markets make decisions on risk and how to allocate capital against the possibility to catastrophic losses.

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Nandini Ramesh - The Predictability of Tropical Pacific Decadal Variability: Insights from Attractor Reconstruction
4 March 2020 | Seminar

The decadal-interdecadal variability of the tropical Pacific region has been shown to have wide-ranging impacts on hydroclimate on multiple continents, the rate of global mean sea surface...

Marilyn Raphael - Modeling the annual cycle of daily Antarctic sea ice extent
28 February 2020 | Seminar

The total Antarctic sea ice extent (SIE) experiences a distinct annual cycle, peaking in September and troughing in March.