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Melissa Hart - Women in STEM leadership- lessons from Antarctica
23 May 2018 | Seminar

Homeward Bound is a Women in STEM (science, technology,...

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Axel Timmermann - Climate-induced migration of early Homo Sapiens
16 May 2018 | Seminar

Our climate system varies on a wide range of timescales, from seasons to several millions of years.

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Eithne Tynan - An insider’s view of Nature journals
9 May 2018 | Seminar

In this talk, I will explain the editorial process in Nature journals -- what we look for in a submitted manuscript, how we make decisions, how we choose reviewers -- and the added...

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Stephen Griffies - Understanding and projecting global and regional sea level: Reasons to include coastal ocean processes in global climate models
2 May 2018 | Seminar

In this presentation the speaker will survey elements of sea level change, both at the large scale and within the coastal zone.

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Quantification of African monsoon intensity during the last interglacial sapropel S5
3 April 2018 | Seminar

The Mediterranean has great potential for reconstructing past climate.

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Elisabeth Sikes - Enhanced δ13C and δ18O differences between the South Atlantic and South Pacific since the last glaciation gives us clues on how the ocean exhaled: The deep gateway hypothesis
21 March 2018 | Seminar

Enhanced vertical gradients in benthic foraminiferal δ13C and δ18O in the Atlantic and Pacific during the last glaciation have revealed that ocean overturning circulation was characterized by...

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Allison Wing - The role of radiative-convective feedbacks in tropical cyclone formation in numerical simulations
8 March 2018 | Seminar

Interactions between convection, moisture, clouds, and radiation can cause tropical convection to “self-aggregate" in idealized numerical simulations.

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Florentin Lemonnier - Remote sensing observations and climate modeling of snowfall in Antarctica.
7 March 2018 | Seminar

The Antarctic continent is a vast desert, the coldest and the most unknown area on Earth and contains its largest fresh water...

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Robert Pincus - What can (and can’t) the past tell us about the future?
6 March 2018 | Seminar

Changes in the composition of the atmosphere cause changes to the planetary radiation budget to which the Earth responds by changing its temperature; changes in temperature may...

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Kaitlin Naughten - Modelling Antarctic ice shelf, ocean, and sea ice interactions under present-day and future climate scenarios
1 March 2018 | Seminar

Sea level rise is perhaps one of the most troubling implications of climate change, and a key determinant of the magnitude and rate of future sea level rise will be interactions between Antarctic...

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