Seminar by Dr. Yumin Moon

Seminar by Dr. Yumin Moon

Characteristics of tropical cyclones (TCs) in global climate models (GCMs) are known to be influenced by details in model configurations, including horizontal resolution and parameterization schemes. Understanding model-to-model differences in […]

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Seminar by Dr. Elena Xoplaki

Seminar by Dr. Elena Xoplaki

We address the possible causal relationships between climatic andsocio-economic change and assess the resilience of the medieval Byzantium and the Little Ice Age Ottoman Empire socio-economic systems in the context […]

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Seminar by Prof. Young-Hyang Park

Seminar by Prof. Young-Hyang Park

There is intriguing nonstationary relationship between ENSO and the WP teleconnection pattern, with a regime-dependent interdecadal modulation of significant correlations for 1973-1987 (r = 0.68) and insignificant correlations for 1988-2002 […]

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Seminar by Prof. Juerg Luterbacher

Seminar by Prof. Juerg Luterbacher

Palaeoclimatic information provide fundamental means for the characterization of natural decadal to centennial time-scale changes and putting the recent anthropogenic warming in the long-term perspective. Here we present recent advancement […]

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2018 IBS SYMPOSIUM

2018 IBS SYMPOSIUM

A new IBS symposium “2018 IBS Symposium – Determining and Understanding Global and Regional Climate Change” organized by Institute for Basic Science. It will be held on August 23 (Thu.), […]

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Seminar by Dr. Malte Stuecker

Seminar by Dr. Malte Stuecker

The surface temperature response to greenhouse gas forcing displays a characteristic polar amplification (PA) pattern, particularly in the Northern Hemisphere. The relative importance of individual processes in causing it are […]

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Seminar by Dr. Richard A. Anthes

Seminar by Dr. Richard A. Anthes

The launch of the proof-of-concept mission GPS/MET (Global Positioning System/Meteorology) in 1995 began a revolution in profiling Earth’s atmosphere through radio occultation (RO).   The six-satellite constellation, FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC (Formosa Satellite mission #3)/Constellation […]

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