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Unless stated, these take place on a Friday at 1pm (unless otherwise stated). Everyone is welcome to come along.





Autumn 2017

22 Sept  Zicer 2.03

Leonard Borchert (University of Hamburg)

IInterannual Heat Transport Variability and its Links to Surface Temperature Predictability in the North Atlantic
29 Sept Keith Clayton (SCI 01.38) Tom Lachlan-Cope (BAS) Microphysics of Antarctic Clouds
06 Oct   Dave Pearce (CEFAS) TBC
13 Oct Zicer 2.03 Nina Petersen (Icelandic Met Office)   Future climate of Iceland
20 Oct   Jenny Graham (CEFAS)
AMM15: A new high resolution ocean model for operational simulation of the European North West Shelf 
3 Nov   Denis Sergeev (UEA) 
Modification of polar low development by sea-ice and orography
10 Nov  Zicer 2.03 Satyaban Ratna (UEA)
Validation of the WRF regional climate model for downscaling climate variability over Southeast Asia
17 Nov   Annick Terpstra (UEA)  Polar lows
24 Nov JSC 1.02 Grant Bigg (U. Sheffield) Iceberg fertilization of the oceans

1 Dec
Zicer 2.03 New PhD students
Who am I and what am I doing for my PhD?

8 Dec
Helen Johnson (U. Oxford)

What sets the timescale on which the Arctic Ocean adjusts to changes in wind forcing or sea-ice cover?
15 Dec   Corwin Wright (U. Bath) Exploring gravity wave characteristics in 3-D over the Southern Andes and Drake Passage


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Organiser: Ian Renfrew