Climate Dynamics and Prediction

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INDIA-CLIM: Decadal to multi-decadal variability in the Indian Monsoon Rainfall and teleconnection with Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation (AMO)

India-CLIM will analyze comprehensive data sets of climate variables for India and output from Earth System model simulations, in order to investigate the variability of the Indian Monsoon with special focus on the wet season of the summer monsoon.

The main hypothesis in the project is that the AMO is an intrinsic oceanic mode and that the associated SST anomalies in Atlantic Ocean can impact the Indian Summer Monsoon through teleconnection.

In order to test our hypothesis, we will use the re-analysis and observed data as well as IPCC/CMIP5 simulations to explore the decadal to multi-decadal variability of Indian Summer Monsoon and the teleconnection with AMO.

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
Research Council of Norway
Project Deputy Leader at NERSC: 
Lasse H. Pettersson
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Completed

Folly Serge Tomety

Name
Last Name: 
Tomety
First Name: 
Folly Serge
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Climate Dynamics and Prediction
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Tian Yurun

Name
Last Name: 
Yurun
First Name: 
Tian
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Climate Dynamics and Prediction
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Mikhail Latonin

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Last Name: 
Latonin
First Name: 
Mikhail
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Climate Dynamics and Prediction
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Mobile: 
+7 905 283 07 96
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Avneet Singh

Name
Last Name: 
Singh
First Name: 
Avneet
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Climate Dynamics and Prediction
Data Assimilation
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TRIATLAS: South and Tropical Atlantic - climate-based marine ecosystem prediction for sustainable management (TRIATLAS)

Achieve skillfull south and Tropical Atlantic marine ecosystems prediction

Visit the official TRIATLAS webpage  https://triatlas.w.uib.no

Main Objective: To assess the status of the South and Tropical Atlantic marine ecosystem and develop a framework for predicting its future changes, from months to decades, by combining ecosystem observations, climate-based ecosystem prediction and information on future socio-economic and ecosystem service changes, and thus to contribute to the sustainable management of human activities in the Atlantic Ocean as a whole.

TRIATLAS has the following specific objectives (SO):

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
European Commission
Project Deputy Leader at NERSC: 
Annette Samuelsen
Coordinating Institute: 
GFI, UIB
Project Status: 
Ongoing

Alexander Chernokulsky

Name
Last Name: 
Chernokulsky
First Name: 
Alexander
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Climate Dynamics and Prediction
Climate Processes
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Public

Erik Kusch

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Last Name: 
Kusch
First Name: 
Erik
Research Group
Research Groups: 
Climate Dynamics and Prediction
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Personal information
Norwegian ID Number: 
03019519774
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Public

INES: Infrastructure for Norwegian Earth System modelling (INES)

Devellopement of the Norwegian Earth System model in preparation for CMIP7. 

Background for proposal

A unifying activity in the national climate modeling community is the Norwegian Earth System Model (NorESM). The development of NorESM begun in 2007, bringing together modelling expertise from in particular Bergen and Oslo. A significant funding of this activity has been Research Counsil of Norway (RCN) projects starting with NorClim (20072010),

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
Centre for Climate Dynamics - Research Council of Norway
Project Deputy Leader at NERSC: 
Francois Counillon
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Completed

CAATEX: Coordinated Arctic Acoustic Experiment

During the MOSAiC drift, two sound sourcs in fixed moorings will transmit a signal which will be received on listen cables in 5 fixed moorings and four drifting drifting receivers hundreds of kilometers away from the sound sources. 

 The Arctic region experiences strong climate change, but yet the central Arctic Ocean under the sea ice is poorly observed and remains largely unknown. A particular focus in CAATEX will be to obtain regional to basin scale information about ocean temperature from acoustic thermometry and standard oceanographic instrumentation. A major effort will be to design and implement the acoustic thermometry experiment including fixed mooring and moving ship thermometry.

Project Details
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Ongoing
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