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 2020

17 Jan Zicer 0.01 Jake Opher, BAS Nature and origin of sustained freshening events in the Denmark Strait Overflow
24 Jan Zicer 0.01 Peter Sheehan, UEA Persian Gulf Water filaments inject oxygenated, saline water into the Bay of Bengal oxygen minimum zone
31 Jan Zicer 0.01 Shenjie Zhou, UEA Ocean's response to stochastic atmospheric forcing
7 Feb Zicer 0.01 Philip Leadbitter, UEA Using buoyancy-driven gliders to estimate turbulent kinetic energy dissipation rate in the ocean using Thorpe Scaling
14 Feb Zicer 0.01 Annelize van Niekerk, Met Office Using high resolution simulation over complex terrain to constrain orographic drag
21 Feb     No Seminar
28 Feb Zicer 0.01 Martin Claus, GEOMAR The deep circulation and its variability in the equatorial Atlantic Ocean
6 Mar Zicer 0.01 Christine Mckenna, BAS Separating the forced atmospheric circulation response to Arctic sea-ice loss from internal variability
13 Mar Zicer 0.01 Xiaoming Zhai, UEA Random movement of mesoscale eddies in the global ocean
20 Mar Queens 2.22 Marina Azaneu, UEA Subsurface oceanic structure of atmospheric convectively coupled Kelvin waves
27 Mar Queens 2.22 John Taylor, Cambridge The influence of submeaoscales on the mixing and export of sinking particles


Past Seminars

Organiser: Xiaoming Zhai