Colloquium in Climatology, Climate Impact and Remote Sensing

The colloquium starts again in the spring semester 2021. It will take place on the dates listed below.

Due to the current situation, all talks will be held via Zoom. As soon as the Covid rules of the University allow it, talks will take place simultaneously on site and online. In order to participate at the colloquium on site, registration via Doodle and the wearing of masks in the room is mandatory. A link to the Doodle will be uploaded in time.

To participate via Zoom, a password is required, which will be sent to you via the mailing list. The password can also be requested via e-mail.

 

Forthcoming talks

21.04.2021

Dr. Marlene Kretschmer (University of Reading)

Causal Inference and Causal Discovery to analyse teleconnection pathways

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198

28.04.2021

Prof. Dr. Dominik Fleitmann (University of Basel)

Climate and Civilizations in Mesopotamia – New paleoclimate reconstructions from Iraq

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198

19.05.2021

Dr. Martin Wegmann (University of Bern)

How snow in Mongolia causes snow in Madrid: What centennial seasonal prediction experiments can tell us

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198

02.06.2021

Prof. Dr. Christopher Merchant (University of Reading)

Climate data records for sea and lake temperature from thermal remote sensing

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198