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Seminarreihe des Oeschger-Zentrums

Bevorstehende Vorträge

Mercury in glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau
Qianggong Zhang (PSI)
6. März 2015, 13:45. Ort: PSI, OSGA, EG06

Volcanoes and Global Climate Change
Michael Sigl (PSI)
6. März 2015, 15:00. Ort: PSI, OSGA, EG06

Modelling Antarctic ice mass loss and reducing uncertainties in future projections
Prof. Frank Pattyn, Laboratoire de Glaciologie, Université Libre de Bruxelles
9. März 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

Beryllium isotopes: from stratospheric dynamics to solar activity
Dr. Gilles Delaygue (Univ. Joseph-Fourier Grenoble, FR)
11. März 2015, 14:15. Ort: GIUB

Primordial material in comet Churyumov-Gerasimenko: first results from the Rosetta-ROSINA instrument
Prof. Kathrin Altwegg, Physics Institute, University of Bern
16. März 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

Meteodrones - mit Drohnen den Geheimnissen der Grundschicht auf der Spur (in German)
Dr. Martin Fengler (Meteomatics St. Gallen)
18. März 2015, 14:15. Ort: GIUB

Terrestrial biogeochemical cycles: insights from paleo-records and modelling
Dr. Renato Spahni, Climate and Environmental Physics, University of Bern
23. März 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

Fire, Fish, and Food Webs: Palaeoecology from the Perspective of Resilience Theory
Victoria Chraibi Lab of Paleoclimatology and Paleoecology Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
24. März 2015, 15:15. Ort: Erlachstrasse 9a T3 Seminar Room 1st floor

Warm conveyor belts: a climatology, their role for precipitation formation and for weather forecasts
Dr. Erica Madonna (GIUB)
25. März 2015, 14:15. Ort: GIUB

Processes controlling the deuterium excess of atmospheric moisture and precipitation on hourly to seasonal time scales
Dr. Stephan Pfahl, Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zürich
30. März 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

Liquid scintillation counting with Ac-227, Ra-223 and progeny
Karsten Kossert (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Braunschweig)
17. Apr. 2015, 10:00. Ort: DCB

Dating lake and peat sediments in the Poznan C lab - from C measurements to chronologies
Tomasz Goslar (Poznan Radiocarbon Laboratory, Poland)
17. Apr. 2015, 11:10. Ort: DCB

Radiocarbon dating of Kilimanjaro glaciers
Chiara Uglietti (PSI)
17. Apr. 2015, 13:30. Ort: DCB

Ice core records from Mercedario, Argentina
Theo Jenk (PSI)
17. Apr. 2015, 14:40. Ort: DCB

Direct 14C AMS measurements for carbonaceous aerosols source apportionment
Konstantinos Agrios (UniBe)
17. Apr. 2015, 15:50. Ort: DCB

Mean ocean temperature reconstruction with Noble Gases from Ice Cores
Dr. Thomas Kellerhals, Climate and Environmental Physics, University of Bern
20. Apr. 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

Clustering and stalling of extratropical cyclones: their influence on extreme precipitation events in the UK
Prof. Sue Gray (University of Reading, UK)
22. Apr. 2015, 14:15. Ort: GIUB

Atlantic overturning, Southern Ocean winds and Pacific upwelling: Models vs. theory
Dr. Markus Jochum, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen
27. Apr. 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

Where to extract a 1.5 million years ice core? The example of collaborative data-modelling studies for a quest in the vicinity of Concordia, East Antarctica
Dr. Catherine Ritz, Laboratoire du Glaciologie et du Géophysique de l'Environnement, Grenoble
4. Mai 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

The Global Climate Observing System - Why climate observations need to be globally coordinated?
Dr. Carolin Richter (GCOS-WMO)
6. Mai 2015, 14:15. Ort: GIUB

Global-scale interactions between climate and vegetation cover
Dr. Victor Brovkin, Max-Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg
11. Mai 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

Atmospheric circulation as a source of uncertainty in climate change projections
Prof. Ted Shepherd (University of Reading, UK)
13. Mai 2015, 14:15. Ort: GIUB

The dynamics of passing climate change legislation
Prof. Sam Fankhauser, London School of Economics and Political Science, London
18. Mai 2015, 16:15. Ort: KUP

Landscape dynamics and paleoclimate from glacial periods to the Anthropocene
Prof. Heinz Veit (GIUB)
20. Mai 2015, 14:15. Ort: GIUB

The role of the large-scale atmospheric circulation in triggering high impact weather and forecast uncertainty in the midlatitudes
Dr. Christian Grams (ETH Zurich)
27. Mai 2015, 14:15. Ort: GIUB

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