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Events

Colloquium in Climatology, Climate Impact and Remote Sensing

Forthcoming seminar talks:


Wednesday, 11.3.2015, 14.15 - 15.15

Speaker: Dr. Gilles Delaygue (Univ. Joseph-Fourier Grenoble, FR)
"Beryllium isotopes: from stratospheric dynamics to solar activity"
Venue: Seminar room 310, Hallerstrase 10

 

Wednesday, 18.3.2015, 14.15 - 15.15

Speaker: Dr. Martin Fengler (Meteomatics St. Gallen)
"Meteodrones - mit Drohnen den Geheimnissen der Grundschicht auf der Spur"
(in German)
Venue: Seminar room 310, Hallerstrase 10

 

Wednesday, 25.3.2015, 14.15 - 15.15

Speaker: Dr. Erica Madonna (GIUB)
"Warm conveyor belts: a climatology, their role for precipitation formation and for weather forecasts"
Venue: Seminar room 310, Hallerstrase 10

 

Wednesday, 22.4.2015, 14.15 - 15.15

Speaker: Prof. Sue Gray (University of Reading, UK)
"Clustering and stalling of extratropical cyclones: their influence on extreme precipitation events in the UK"
Venue: Seminar room 310, Hallerstrase 10

 

Wednesday, 6.5.2015, 14.15 - 15.15

Speaker: Dr. Carolin Richter (GCOS-WMO)
"The Global Climate Observing System - Why climate observations need to be globally coordinated?"
Venue: Seminar room 310, Hallerstrase 10

 

Wednesday, 13.5.2015, 14.15 - 15.15

Speaker: Prof. Ted Shepherd (University of Reading, UK)
"Atmospheric circulation as a source of uncertainty in climate change projections"
Venue: Seminar room 310, Hallerstrase 10

 

Wednesday, 20.5.2015, 14.15 - 15.15

Speaker: Prof. Heinz Veit (GIUB)
"Landscape dynamics and paleoclimate from glacial periods to the  Anthropocene"
Venue: Seminar room 310, Hallerstrase 10

 

Wednesday, 27.5.2015, 14.15 - 15.15

Speaker: Dr. Christian Grams (ETH Zurich)
"The role of the large-scale atmospheric circulation in triggering high impact weather and forecast uncertainty in the midlatitudes"
Venue: Seminar room 310, Hallerstrase 10

 

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