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





Summer 2016

6 May Zicer Louise Sime (BAS)

Are glacial-interglacial changes in westerly winds over the Southern Ocean a major driver of atmospheric CO2?

13 May   No Seminar  
Tues,17 May Clayton Room, 10-11am Adam Scaife (Met Office) Tropical rainfall, Rossby waves and regional climate predictions
20 May Clayton Room, 11-noon Ray Pierrehumbert (University of Oxford) CO2 oceans and sapphire snow:  Condensible dynamics of exoplanet atmospheres
27 May Zicer Dafydd Evans (NOC Southampton)  Estimating the Southern ocean overturning in thermohaline coordinates
3 June Zicer Cedric Chavanne (Université du Québec à Rimouski) Mixed-Layer Quasi-Geostrophy: a new framework for diagnosing vertical velocities in the upper ocean from surface observations
10 June Clayton Room Jennifer Mecking (NOC Southampton)

A stable Atlantic Meridional Overturning “off” state in an eddy-permitting coupled climate model

17 June Zicer Linden Ashcroft (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) Extending the instrumental climate record of south eastern Australia
24 June Zicer Philip Jones (UEA) The reliability of Global and Hemispheric surface temperature records
1 July SCI 3.05 Ed Hawkins (University of Reading) Interactions of climate variability and change in simulations and observations
8 July Zicer Ian Boutle (Met Office) Why does it always rain on me? Observations and modelling of stratocumulus clouds
5 Aug Zicer

Dr Céline Heuzé (University of Gothenburg) 

In search of Atlantic Water


Past Seminars


Summer 2016: Manoj Joshi