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.





Spring 2019

Thurs, 10 Jan JSC 1.03, 10.30 am Louise Biddle, Uni of Gothenburg Observations of submesoscale processes under sea ice in the Southern Ocean
18 Jan Queens 0.08 Jack Giddings, UEA Chlorophyll bloom impact on optical properties and SST as observed from ocean glider and Argo floats in the Bay of Bengal during the summer monsoon
25 Jan Queens 1.04 Cancelled   
1 Feb Queens 0.08

Nans Addor, UEA

Craig Wallace, UEA

Climate impacts on hydrology: traditional and novel modelling strategies 


Land/sea warming contrast

8 Feb Queens 1.04 Jamie Shutler, Exeter Can measurements from space address science priorities for quantifying ocean carbon?
15 Feb Queens 1.04 Chris Smith, Leeds A reduced-complexity earth system model for global temperature projections
22 Feb Queens 01.11 Liz Kent, NOC New estimates of sea surface temperature biases from 1850
1 Mar Clayton Room Dan Lunt, Bristol The non-linearity of climate sensitivity - a paleoclimate perspective
8 Mar Queens 0.08 Ulf Buntgen, Cambridge Re-thinking the boundaries of dendrochronology
15 Mar Queens 01.11 Annette Miltenberger, Mainz Quantifying aerosol-cloud interactions - impact of meteorological variability
22 Mar Queens 01.11 Laura Wilcox, Reading The role of anthropogenic aerosol in global and regional climate change
29 Mar Queens 1.04 Andrea Williamson, UEA The effects of model resolution on the south west monsoon in the Pliocene


Past Seminars

Organiser: Tim Osborn