Past events

results per page
headshot
Jesse Nusbaumer Seminar - Water tracers and isotopes: tools for examining climate model hydrology, physics, and related uncertainties
2 August 2017 | Seminar

Water tracers in climate and earth system models provide a way to directly determine the geographic sources and...

779149picture
Martin Jucker - Stratosphere vs Troposphere: A Dance of Scales
26 July 2017 | Seminar

The stratosphere and troposphere are dominated by dynamics on rather different time and spatial scales.

Update from the Computational Modelling Systems team
20 July 2017 | Seminar

The Computational Modelling Systems (CMS) team will present the latest developments with the models and datasets supported by the team.

StevensWall(medium)
Craig Stevens Seminar - Observations of Mixing of Ice Shelf Water Outflows and Connections to Sea Ice
19 July 2017 | Seminar

In this talk Craig Stevens will describe recent, and upcoming, field observations of the fate of meltwater from large and small ice shelf cavities (specifically...

Darryn Waugh
Darryn Waugh Seminar - The impact of the ozone hole on tropospheric and ocean climate
12 July 2017 | Seminar

Dramatic decreases in Antarctic ozone (the so called ozone hole) have occurred since the late 1970s.

Krushna Chandra Gouda
Krushna Chandra Gouda Seminar - Multi-scale Modelling and Forecasting of Monsoon Weather and Processes
28 June 2017 | Seminar

In spite of their various deficiencies, dynamical forecast models provide a viable solution for high-resolution forecasting at different scales.

ExitSeminar_fig1
Alice Barthel - PhD exit seminar: Southern Ocean jet-topography interactions and their impact on eddy fluxes
16 June 2017 | Seminar

In the Southern Ocean, strong jets interact with large topographic features along the path of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.

Martin Singh
Martin Singh - Will severe thunderstorm frequency increase in a warmer climate?
14 June 2017 | Seminar

Severe thunderstorms comprise an important category of natural hazards that can result in substantial property damage and loss of life.

ChrisForest_crop
Chris Forest Seminar - Transdisciplinary analysis of the design of flood-risk management strategies in New Orleans
31 May 2017 | Seminar

Despite recent advances projecting global mean sea-level rise, large uncertainties remain surrounding the potential disintegration of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet (WAIS) and the overall fast...

Naftali Cohen - Recent developments in the study of monsoon depressions: genesis, growth, propagation, and trend
31 May 2017 | Seminar

At least half of the total seasonal precipitation in most continental monsoon regions is estimated to be produced by synoptic scale low-pressure disturbances embedded within the larger scale...

Pages