Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

 

Vorträge in 2024:

Falls nicht anders angegeben, finden die Vorträge montags um 11:00 Uhr statt:

18.07.2024

18.07.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Prof. Dr. Dietmar Dommenget, School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, Monash University, Australia: "Dynamics of ENSO and tropical basin interactions"

15.07.2024

15.07.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Dr. Christopher Kadow (Department of Data Analysis, German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ), Germany): "AI technology that deletes photobombs can do climate research?"

08.07.2024

08.07.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Dr. Florian Börgel, Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemuende (IOW), Germany: "Developing a new ocean modeling strategy at IOW: Connecting Global, Regional, and Local Perspectives"

01.07.2024

01.07.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Dr. David Evans, School of Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK: "The drivers and magnitude of the Cenozoic change in global mean surface temperature"

03.06.2024

03.06.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Rui Caldeira, Oceanic Observatory of Madeira (OOM), Portugal: "Madeira Island - A ‘sentinel' in the Atlantic."

27.05.2024

27.05.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Dr. Hannah Dawson, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia: "End-of-21st century changes to Antarctic margin circulation and hydrography under different emissions scenarios"

13.05.2024

13.05.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Dr. Vasco Müller, Alfred Wegener Institut, Bremerhaven: "Mesoscale Eddies in the Eurasian Basin from FESOM2 simulations at 1-km resolution"

06.05.2024

06.05.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Ilaria Stendardo, Universität Bremen: "Long-Term Ventilation Changes in North Atlantic Mode and Labrador Sea Waters: Insights from Formation Rate and Oxygen Observations Over Six Decades"

29.04.2024

29.04.2024: online Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Jochen Kämpf, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia: "On the significance of wind-driven upwelling for the island mass effect"

25.04.2024

25.04.2024: Ocean Circulation and Climate Dynamics Colloquium

Ingo Richter, JAMSTEC, Yokohama, Japan: "Which way Atlantic Niño? – How CMIP6 projections envision future variability in the equatorial Atlantic"