Sea Ice Modelling

Véronique Dansereau

Area of Expertise: 
sea ice

My research focusses on developing rheological models for the deformation and drift of sea ice.

Job Position: 
Adjunct Position
Research Group: 
Sea Ice Modelling
Home Address
Street Address 1: 
Le Lanat
City: 
Les Adrets
Country: 
France
E-Mail Address: 
veronique.dansereau@nersc.no
Employment Start Date: 
1. January 2018

Colin Guider

Name
Last Name: 
Guider
First Name: 
Colin
Middle Name: 
Thomas
Middle Name: 
Thomas
Work Period
Visit Start Date: 
13. November 2017
Visit End Date: 
25. November 2017
Research Groups: 
Data Assimilation
Sea Ice Modelling
Home Address
Street Address 1: 
112 NC 54
Street Address 2: 
Apt X7
Postal Code: 
27510
City: 
Carrboro
State/Region: 
NC
Contact Information
Phone: 
cguider1@live.unc.edu
Mobile: 
+47 5855458405
Address in Norway
Street Address 1: 
Gartnergaten 4
City: 
Bergen
Publish: 
Public

Maxime Beauchamp

Area of Expertise: 
geo-sciences
mathematics
statistics

I am finishing my PhD in Geostatistics at Mines ParisTech (France) and the topic of my research is related to the improvement of the estimation of air quality through kriging-based approaches.

I will work in the Nansen Center from August 2017 till  May 2018 where I will perform duties linked to the validation of the TOPAZ-Artic MFC forecasts.

Job Position: 
PhD Student
Research Group: 
Data Assimilation
Sea Ice Modelling
E-mail: 
Home Address
Street Address 1: 
15 øvre lønborg
Post Code: 
5039
City: 
Bergen
Country: 
Norway
E-Mail Address: 
Maxime.beauchamp76@gmail.com
Phone: 
+33 6 74 32 47 01
Employment Start Date: 
1. August 2017

Ali Aydoğdu

Area of Expertise: 
mathematics
oceanography
Job Position: 
Post-doc
Research Group: 
Data Assimilation
Sea Ice Modelling
E-mail: 
Phone: 
+47 481 02 837
Home Address
Street Address 1: 
Gyldenprisveien 11
City: 
Bergen
Country: 
Norway
Employment Start Date: 
26. June 2017

Young Research Talent grant at the Nansen Center

Dr.

FRASIL: FRActal properties of Sea Ice Leads and their impact on the Arctic physical and biological environments

On simulating leads in the Arctic sea ice using the new Lagrangian model neXtSIM, and on studying their impact on the ocean mixing, heat budget and primary production.

The Arctic has proven very sensitive to increased global temperatures, warming substantially faster than the rest of the globe. This has resulted in thinning and reduction in sea ice cover leading to a new dynamical regime in which sea ice fracturing and ridging are more frequent. The fractal properties of the ice cover and its extreme variability strongly influence the atmosphere-ocean interactions and the dynamics of the Arctic marine ecosystems.

Project Details
Funding Agency: 
Research Council of Norway
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Ongoing
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