Research into physical processes in the climate system Research into physical processes in the climate system

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





Summer 2018

19 April Zicer 0.02 Tiago Dotto, NOC Southampton The ice-covered Ross Gyre: variability and drivers
20 Apr Zicer 2.03 Elaine McDonagh (ENV 50), NOC Southampton Observing salinity in the Atlantic Ocean
27 Apr JSC 2.02 Rosie Eade (ENV 50), Met Office Decadal variability of the North Atlantic Oscillations
3 May Clayton Room Richard Seager, University of Columbia Recent tropical Pacific climate change: A dynamically consistent response of the coupled atmosphere-ocean system to rising greenhouse gases
4 May Zicer 2.03 Chris Bell, UEA and Weatherquest Weatherquest - Insights to a commercial weather company at UEA
11 May Zicer 2.03 Darek Baranowski, Inst of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Science Atmospheric convectively coupled Kelvin waves over the Indian Ocean and Maritime Continent: past, present and future
18 May   No seminar -
25 May Zicer 2.03 Neil Hart, University of Oxford The great asymmetries of the Southern Hemisphere subtropics: convergence zones and insights from SICZ dynamics
1 June JSC 3.02 Manoj Joshi, UEA The timing and emergence of significant climate change signals
8 June JSC 3.02 Tim Graham (ENV 50), Met Office Developing Coupled NWP at the Met Office
15 June JSC 3.02 Eleanor Frajka-Williams, NOC Southampton Meridional coherence of the MOC and drivers of change
22 June Queens 01.11 Ryan Gilchrist, UEA How well can we model deep sea oil spills in the Faroe-Shetland Channel?
Tue, 26 June, 3 pm QUEENS 0.08 David Smeed, NOC Southampton The North Atlantic Ocean is in a state of reduced overturning


Past Seminars

Organiser: Ben Webber