Monday, May 3 at 4pm ET, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Professor Yutian Wu will join us to present at the GEO/AOS/HMEI Climate Seminar. Dr. Wu studies atmospheric dynamics, often with a focus on the response to global warming. Monday's talk will focus on the impact of Arctic amplification. Please find the abstract below.
We welcome Professor Andy Thompson to give the GEO/AOS/HMEI Climate Seminar remotely. Dr. Thompson is a professor of environmental science and engineering at Caltech. He studies the impact of mesoscale processes on the large scale ocean circulation and climate.
On Monday, April 5 at 4pm EST, we will welcome our own AOS postdoc Sarah Schlunegger to the GEO/AOS/HMEI Climate Seminar. Dr. Schlunegger researches the impacts of climate change on the marine carbon cycle and marine ecosystems.
Please join us at 4 p.m. Monday for the GEO/AOS/HMEI Climate Seminar, “From Climate-Scale to Convective-Scale: Unified Weather and Climate Modeling at GFDL,” presented by Lucas Harris, the deputy division leader of the Weather and Climate Dynamics Division at th
Please join us at 4 p.m. Monday for the GEO/AOS/HMEI Climate Seminar, “Vertical Redistributions of the Global Oceanic Heat and Salt Contents,” presented by Xinfeng Liang, assistant professor of marine science and policy at the University of Delaware, via Zoom.
Please join us at 4 p.m. Monday for the GEO/AOS/HMEI Climate Seminar, “The Weakening of Baroclinic Instability in Vertically Sheared Tropical Monsoon Region,” presented by Ángel Adames-Corraliza, an associate professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, via Zoom.