Seminar by Dr. Thomas Kilpatrick

Seminar by Dr. Thomas Kilpatrick

Satellite observations of convection–wind coupling Dr. Thomas Kilpatrick, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Satellite scatterometers measure surface winds over the global oceans, but these observations have historically been limited by rain-related […]

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Seminar by Dr. Andrey Ganopolski

Seminar by Dr. Andrey Ganopolski

Modeling and understanding of Quaternary glacial cycles Dr. Andrey Ganopolski, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Germany It is now generally accepted that, as postulated by the Milankovitch theory, […]

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Seminar by Prof. Niklas Schneider

Seminar by Prof. Niklas Schneider

Dynamics of the wind stress response to ocean mesoscale surface temperatures over the Agulhas Retroflection Niklas Schneider from International Pacific Research Center and Department of Oceanography at University of Hawai’i […]

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Seminar by Dr. Ken Takahashi

Seminar by Dr. Ken Takahashi

A theoretical model of strong and moderate El Niño regimes Ken Takahashi, Christina Karamperidou, Boris Dewitte – Submitted to Climate Dynamics Several nonlinear processes have been proposed to play a […]

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Seminar by Dr. Jinwon Kim

Seminar by Dr. Jinwon Kim

Evaluation and bias correction of RCM data: Hydrology modeling applications Jinwon Kim, National Institute of Atmospheric Sciences The ongoing climate change and variations driven by anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases […]

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Seminar by Prof. Dong-Kyu Lee

New observations of ageostrophic (Ekman and barotropic) current in the ocean Prof. Dong-Kyu Lee, Pusan National University Most global circulation models reproduce density fields reasonably well, but show poor performance […]

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