Climate Processes

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Alexander Chernokulsky

Name
Last Name: 
Chernokulsky
First Name: 
Alexander
Middle Name: 
V.
Middle Name: 
V.
Work Period
Visit Start Date: 
4. December 2017
Visit End Date: 
15. December 2017
Research Groups: 
Climate Processes
Home Address
Street Address 1: 
Pyzhevsky, 3
Postal Code: 
119017
City: 
Moscow
Publish: 
Public

Climate change will not reduce the wind energy potential over the Black Sea

Nansen Center scientists in Bergen and St. Petersburg have jointly studied how European wind energy resources may change in the future, with a focus on the Black Sea. 

Alla Yurova

Name
Last Name: 
Yurova
First Name: 
Alla
Work Period
Visit Start Date: 
29. November 2016
Visit End Date: 
2. December 2016
Research Groups: 
Climate Processes
Home Address
Street Address 1: 
Kudrovo, Europeisky pr, 5-280
Postal Code: 
188689
City: 
St Petersburg
Publish: 
Public

Sourav Chatterjee

Name
Last Name: 
Chatterjee
First Name: 
Sourav
Work Period
Visit Start Date: 
26. August 2016
Visit End Date: 
31. October 2016
Research Groups: 
Climate Processes
Home Address
Street Address 1: 
NCAOR, Goa
Postal Code: 
403804
City: 
Vasco-da-gama
State/Region: 
Goa
Publish: 
Public

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

The project will investigate an ecosystem and societal adaptation to warmer micro-climates created by anthropogenic heat pollution in the urban arctic over the last 30 – 40 years.

Even on the background of the amplified arctic warming, this heat pollution has created permanent urban heat islands (UHIs) where urban temperatures are by one-two degrees higher than those in the surrounding areas. Distinct to mid- and low-latitudes, such pronounced UHIs in the arctic are found even in small settlements like Longyearbyen, Svalbard with 2500 inhabitants.

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
Centre for Climate Dynamics - Research Council of Norway
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Ongoing

Horizon 2020 GAIA-CLIM: Gap Analysis for Integrated Atmospheric ECV CLImate Monitoring

GAIA-CLIM will establish sound methods for the characterisation of satellite-based Earth Observation data by surface-based and sub-orbital measurement platforms - spanning Atmosphere, Ocean and Land observations.

http://www.gaia-clim.eu

The advent of the European Commission's Copernicus Programme marks the start of a new era in Earth Observation for Societal Benefit.

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
European Commission
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Completed
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