Colloquium in Climatology, Climate Impact and Remote Sensing

 

Forthcoming talks

16.10.2019

Dr. Katharina Schroeer (MeteoSchweiz)

Diagnosing hail risk addressing user needs, climate variability, and uncertainties. Insights from the Swiss National Hail Climatology Project

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43, seminar room 324

 

23.10.2019

Dr. Martina Barandun (University of Fribourg)

Region-wide estimate of annual glacier mass balance for the Tien Shan and Pamir from 2000 to 2018

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43, seminar room 324

 

30.10.2019

Dr. Jakob Zscheischler (University of Bern)

Compound weather and climate events

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43,  seminar room 324

06.11.2019

Kathrin Wehrli (ETHZ)

Explaining major recent heatwaves from a conditional perspective

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43,  seminar room 324

13.11.2019

Dr. Ralf Hand (University of Bern)

What drives the AMV? - Changes of decadal SST Variations in the subpolar North Atlantic under strong CO2 forcing as an indicator for the ocean circulation’s contribution to Atlantic Multidecadal Variability

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43, seminar room 324

20.11.2019

Dr. Doris Folini (ETHZ)

Should I trust my climate model? At least its energy balance?

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43, seminar room 324

27.11.2019

Prof. Dr. Jan Cermak (KIT Karlsruhe)

New insights into low clouds based on machine learning and satellite observations

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43, room 324

04.12.2019

Prof. Dr. Markus Stoffel (University of Geneva)

Melting ice – crumbling mountains? Reconstructing changes in mass- movement activity in the Swiss Alps

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43, seminar room 324

11.12.2019

Dr. Kathrin Naegeli (RSGB)

Towards a long time-series of global snow cover extent

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43, seminar room 324

18.12.2019

Dr. Timothy Raupach (University of Bern)

Feature-based analysis of simulated thunderstorms in Switzerland

when: 14:15
where: Mittelstrasse 43, seminar room 324