NERSC News Archive

KRONIK: Skru op for den grønne omstilling nu – ellers kommer kloden til at koge

af Sebastian H. Mernild og Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen

Først publisert i Berlinske 14. Mai, 2017

I det seneste årti er der investeret kraftigt i grøn omstilling. Men i forhold til klimaforandringer er der endnu intet at se, da CO2-indholdet i atmosfæren stiger og med tiltagende styrke.

Copernicus Marine Forecasting Services at NorShipping Fair

Melting Arctic sea ice slow down the projected warming of the North Atlantic

Projected warming is inhomogeneous over the globe. The North Atlantic Ocean is one of the regions with minimum projected warming according to climate model projections. Several models from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) even projected a slight cooling in 2081-2100 relative to 1986-2005 for the North Atlantic Ocean.

The Copernicus Ocean State Report 2016 - 1. edition

The first Ocean State Report (OSR) is a step forward into the development of regular annual reporting on the state and health of the European regional seas and global ocean based on European Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service products.

Indo-Norwegian cooperative studies on the cold pool in the Bay of Bengal during the Indian summer monsoon

Scientists at the Nansens Centers in Cochin, India and Bergen have published new results in Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters (AOSL) on the appearance of surface cold water pool of the Bay of Bengal associated with the break phase of the Indian summer monsoon. The study was led by Dr.

Anthropogenic Heat Islands in the Arctic: Windows to the Future of the Regional Climates, Ecosystems, and Societies

The Arctic is a rapidly changing region where new economic opportunities meet geopolitical interests and the accelerated climate change. These three intertwined components concentrate in the arctic cities – a remote constellation of the cold frontier settlements, some of them as large as 300 thousands dwellers. The Arctic is rapidly urbanizing attracting worker migrants from southern latitudes, sometimes from as far south as Philippines (to Canada) and Tajikistan (to Russia).

Nansensymposiet: I fotefara til Fridtjof Nansen, Bergen - Oslo 1884 - 2017

Nansensymposiet er den offisielle åpningen av HardingEkspedisjon: I fotefara til Fridtjof Nansen, Bergen - Oslo 1884 – 2017 og finner sted på Nansensenteret onsdag 8. mars.

Kronikk: Inversjon i luften over Bergen

av Tobias Wolf-Grosse, Lasse H. Pettersson og Igor Esau, Nansensenteret.
Først publisert i Bergen Tidende, 26.02.2017.

New model simulations: Impact of algae content on the albedo and melting of snow on glaciers

The first physical model for the spectral ‘bioalbedo’ of snow, which predicts the spectral reflectance of snow packs contaminated with variable concentrations of red snow algae of varying size and pigment concentrations have been developed. The results have been published in the paper A predictive model for the spectral “bioalbedo” of snow by J.M. Cook (University of Sheffiled) et al., including Nansen Center CEO Prof.

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.

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.


Kronikk: Stormflo kan bli vanlig

av Jan Even Øie Nilsen, Nansensenteret og Bjerknessenteret, Bergen.
Oda Roaldsdotter Ravndal, Kartverket, Sjødivisjonen, Stavanger.
Kristian Breili, Kartverket, Geodesidivisjonen, Hønefoss.

 

Kronikk: Klimakrise – kloge justeringer i rette tid

Kronikk i Fyn Stiftstidende 13. januar 2017.Kronikk i Fyn Stiftstidende 13. januar 2017.

af Sebastian H. Mernild (Ph.D. og Dr. Scient.), klimaprofessor og CEO ved Nansen Centeret, Bergen, Norge.

 

110 polar scientists gathered in Bergen to kick-off the future observation system for the Arctic

The environment in Arctic region is now changing significantly due to increased temperature, thinning and decrease of the sea ice, melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet, thawing permafrost and changes in atmosphere and ocean circulation. Such changes have global as well as regional implications, including e.g.

110 polarforskere samles i Bergen for oppstart av framtidens observasjonssystem for Arktis

INTAROSINTAROS Økt interesse for og aktiviteter i Arktis krever ny forskning for å dekke kunnskapsbehovet om et Arktis i stadig endring.  Arktis er viktig for klima og har økende betydning i mange sammenhenger som næringsutvikling, transport og fiskerier. Observasjoner og målinger er vesentlig for å utvikle ny kunnskap om Arktis.

European needs for adaptation to changing sea level

The white paper Sea level related adaptation needs in Europe addresses the knowledge gaps related to European research and governance facing future changes in the sea level.

Satellite based study on the surface currents in the Indian Ocean

Based on the methods developed in his PhD studies The circulation of the Norwegian Sea - an investigation from space and ocean (2014) Dr. Roshin P. Raj has calculated the ocean surface current velocities in the Northern parts of the Indian Ocean.

The Norwegian Ambassador to India visits the Nansen Center in Cochin

Ambassador Nils Ragnar Kamsvaag, secretary Ragnhild Vognild from the Norwegian Embassy and staff and students at NERCI in Cochin.Ambassador Nils Ragnar Kamsvaag, secretary Ragnhild Vognild from the Norwegian Embassy and staff and students at NERCI in Cochin.His Excellency Mr Nils Ragnar Kamsvaag ambassador of Norway to India and Mrs Ragnhild Vognild, Secretary at the Norwegian Embassy visited the office of the Nansen Envrionmental Research Centre (NERCI) in Cochin on the 14th December. The visitors were received by Dr. Ajith Joseph, Director, Prof. N. R. Menon, Chairman of Board and Dr. Nandini Menon, Deputy Director.

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.