GC Rieber Climate Institute

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InterDec: InterDec - The potential of seasonal-to-decadal-scale inter-regional linkages to advance climate predictions

InterDec aims at understanding the origin of decadal-scale climate variability in different regions of the world and their linkages, using observational data sets and through coordinated multi-model experiments.

1. We will investigate inter-regional and inter-basin linkages on sub-seasonal to interannual time scales, achieved mainly through atmospheric teleconnections. At present, the role of air-sea interactions among different latitude belts in the Atlantic and Pacific, and of stratosphere -troposphere coupling in these linkages has not been clarified.

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
Research Council of Norway
Project Deputy Leader at NERSC: 
François Counillon
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Completed

Multi-hazard assessment in Europe under a future climate

Down-scaled 50 years return wind speed (m s**-2)at 10 meter. From Outten and Esau, 2013.Dr. Stephen Outten.Nansen Center scientist Dr.

Sail-off Meeting of Nordic Center of Excellence at the Nansen Center

The sail-off meeting of Nordic Center of Excellence Arctic Climate Predictions: Pathways to Resilient, Sustainable Societies (ARCPATH) took place at Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (NERSC) during April 11. and 12. 2016. ARCPATH is funded by the Nordic Council and includes nine partners from Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Iceland in addition to Canadian, Chinese, Russian and US partners.

Satellite archives reveal abrupt changes in behavior of Helheim Glacier at Greenland

A new publication in Journal of Glaciology reveals the importance of internal dynamical process in the abrupt changes of the Helheim and other glaciers at Greenland during the last 35 years. Nansen Center and Bjerknes Center scientists Victoria Miles, Martin Miles and Ola M. Johannessen have published the paper Satellite archives reveal abrupt changes in behavior of Helheim Glacier, southeast Greenland.

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