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 2019

3 May Queens 01.11 Marie Porter, Scottish Association for Marine Sciences Atlantic water: from Europe to the Arctic
10 May EFRY 1.01 Ben Cook, NASA Paleoclimate Perspectives on Climate Change and Drought
17 May EFRY 1.01 Juliane Wihsgott, NOC Observations of vertical mixing in autumn and its effect on the autumn phytoplankton bloom
24 May EFRY 01.10 Ella Gilbert, BAS Atmospherically driven melt on an Antarctic ice shelf
31 May EFRY 01.10 Jenny Jardine, Uni of Liverpool Storms trigger seasonal stratification in a temperature continental shelf
7 June EFRY 01.10 Pierre Cauchy, UEA Listening to the voice of the oceans using sound recording gliders
14 June EFRY 01.10 Lianne Harrison, BAS Oceanic melting and freezing beneath Larsen C ice shelf
21 June EFRY 01.10 Dan Smith, UEA Sub-kilometre numerical weather prediction of radiation fog
28 June Queens 0.08 Simon Peatman, University of Leeds Air-sea interactions in modelling the Indian summer monsoon


Past Seminars

Organiser: Peter Sheehan