climate

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Investigating the possible causes for the recent warming hiatus

The IPCC stated in their latest assessment report that the global warming hiatus was attributable in roughly equal measure to natural variability and reduced trends in external forcing. A detailed study involving over 2000 years of model simulations has demonstrated that according to the Norwegian Earth System Model, there is no evidence that forcings errors play a significant role in explaining the hiatus. These results has been addressed in two papers lead by Nansen Center scientists Drs. Stephen Outten and Peter Thorne recently published in Journal of Geophysical Research.

Outstanding EGU Awards to Nansen Center Scientists

Dr Richard DavyDr Richard DavyNansen Center scientist Dr. Richard Davy has been awarded the Outstanding Young Scientist Award in Atmospheric Science (1 of 8 awards) by the European Geophysical Union (EGU). Professor Sergej Zilitinkevich, Adjunct Professor at the Nansen Center has been awarded the Alfred Wegener Medal by EGU.

Research school on Coastal and Ocean processes of the Bay of Bengal and its impact on the society

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Indo-European workshop on Monsoon and ocean variability, Climate change & Sea level variations

The India-European workshop addressing the state of the art research on "Monsoon and ocean variability, Climate change & Sea level variations" gathers about 60 Indian and European scientists for three days at Bolgatty Palace in Kochi (India) from 11 – 13 November 2013. The workshop is being carried out under the auspices of EC-FP7 Inco-Lab project INDO-MARECLIM – The Indo-European research facilities for studies on Climate and Marine ecosystem in India.

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