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Dongliang Yuan - Dynamics of the latest El Niño events and the acceleration of the global warming
7 February 2019 | Seminar

The moored current meter observations in the Maluku Channel of the Indonesian seas suggest that upwelling equatorial Kelvin waves in the spring-summer of 2014 are forced by a...

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2/2 Thomas S. Lontzek - Catastrophic Climate Change, Economic Dynamics and the Social Cost of Carbon
6 February 2019 | Seminar

In the second of his two talks at CCRC, Thomas will present his work on incorporating climate tipping points into dynamic integrated assessment models.

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1/2 Thomas S. Lontzek - Integrated Assessment of Climate and the Economy
30 January 2019 | Seminar

In the first of his two talks at CCRC, Thomas will describe the challenges and opportunities in modelling dynamic decision making in integrated climate-economy systems.

Daniel Lecoanet - Testing Parameterizations of Convective Overshoot
23 January 2019 | Seminar

There are many natural systems with convectively unstable fluid adjacent to stably stratified fluid: the Earth's atmosphere and ocean, as well as most stars, and perhaps even the...

Marine Rogé - On the improvement of mapping oceanic surface fields from satellite observations
5 December 2018 | Seminar

Recent studies highlight the significant role of submesoscale oceanic processes (O(10km)) and its impact on local and global ocean circulation and biology.

Guillaume Serazin - Imprint of low-frequency oceanic intrinsic variability on the global ocean
28 November 2018 | Seminar

Because the ocean is far from being calm and laminar, flow instabilities generate mesoscale eddies that interact with themselves and with the mean circulation, eventually yielding...

Leone Cavicchia - Improving the understanding of past and future East Coast Lows activity
14 November 2018 | Seminar

The subtropical part of the eastern Australian seaboard is characterized by intense cyclonic activity.

Joe Scutt Phillips - The One That Got Away: Tracking Big Fish in a Bigger Ocean
9 November 2018 | Seminar

Tracking the movement of wild animals has been the habit of humans since we first began to exploit their behaviours for the production of our food.

Andreas Oschlies - Loss of fixed nitrogen causes net oxygen gain in a warmer future ocean
2 November 2018 | Seminar

Oceanic anoxic events have been associated with warm climates in Earth history, and there are concerns that current ocean deoxygenation may eventually lead to anoxia.

Dáithí Stone - Making climate detection and attribution scientists redundant
29 October 2018 | Seminar

Over the past couple of decades a large number of studies have diagnosed the contribution of emissions from human activities to observed climate trends, by confronting process-...