Climate Dynamics and Prediction

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Shui Yu

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Climate Dynamics and Prediction
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YURUN TIAN

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Panxi Dai

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Fengrui Chen

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Chen
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Fengrui
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Climate Dynamics and Prediction

Zhiqing Xu

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Xu
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Climate Dynamics and Prediction

Quality assessment of a 23-years ARC MFC reanalysis of the Arctic Ocean

Dr. Jiping XieNansen Center scientists, lead by scientist Dr. Jiping Xie, have published a comprehensive quality assessment of the TOPAZ4 ocean and sea ice model reanalysis for the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans in Ocean Sciences.

CONNECTED: Chinese-Norwegian partnership in climate teleconnection and prediction

The project aims to further strengthen the research and research training activities between China and Norway.

The ChiNese NorwEgian partnership in Climate Teleonnection and prEDiction (CONNECTED) builds on
an existing collaboration between three Norwegian institutions in Bergen and three Chinese institutions
in Beijing and Nanjing. The activities are organized under the Nansen-Zhu International Research Centre
located in Beijing, a joint venture established in November 2003. CONNECTED aims to capitalize on
the existing cooperation, and further strengthen the research and research training activities by longterm

Project Details
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Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education
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University of Bergen
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Completed

Kronikk: Menneskeskabte klimaforandringer: Trump og klimaaftalen fra Paris

Af Sebastian H. Mernild, professor i klimaforandringer (dr. scient) og administrerende direktør for Nansen Centeret, Norge, og
professor i klimafysik Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen, Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut.


New study: Weakening of North Atlantic current can be prevented by reducing carbon emissions

Nansen Center CEO Sebastian Mernild participates in an international study incorporating a comprehensive assessment of Greenland Ice Sheet melting suggesting that the freshwater influx could weaken the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) over the next three centuries.

A new method for constraining the ocean in coupled system model for long reanalysis and climate predictions

Nansen and Bjerknes scientists have for the first time demonstrated the capability - thanks to an advanced data assimilation method - to constrain ocean variability in key regions (e.g. North Atlantic, Equatorial and North Pacific) of a fully coupled Earth system model just using sea surface temperatures. This result opens new possibilities for a long fully coupled reanalysis dating back to 1850 and test thoroughly the skills of decadal predictions by the Norwegian Climate Prediction model. The research team lead by Dr.

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