Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science

Climatology (Prof. Stefan Brönnimann)

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5 Events found:

  1. Mon 05. Oct. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Nils Wedi : The modeling infrastructure and strategy at ECMWF: Recent advances & future challenges
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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  2. Mon 12. Oct. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Andreas Dörnbrack : Deep vertical propagation of internal gravity waves above Scandinavia and New Zealand
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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  3. Mon 19. Oct. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Dim Coumou : Extreme weather and the role of large-scale circulation
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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  4. Mon 26. Oct. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Stefan Kollet : The role of groundwater in coupled land/atmosphere simulations: physical concepts, technical implementation, and scientific applications
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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  5. Mon 02. Nov. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Johannes Staehelin : 175 years of Ozone research in Switzerland: Achievements and open questions
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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The Climatology group, led by SNF-Professor Stefan Brönnimann, works on large-scale climate variability during the past century. Improving the current understanding of 20th century climatic variations (such as the 1930s “Dust Bowl” droughts) is a prerequisite for assessing and predicting current and future climate change. A special focus is on the role of upper-level circulation and troposphere-stratosphere coupling. The main goals are:

The group closely collaborates with NOAA/CIRES-CDC, Boulder, USA (Gil Compo), NCAR, Boulder, USA (Roy Jenne), RIHMI/WDC, Obninsk, Russia (Alex Sterin) and University of Bern, Switzerland (Jürg Luterbacher).

Workshop 'Variability of the Global Atmospheric Circulation During the Past 100 Years'

Chemistry-climate model SOCOL

MTW-Beitrag vom 18. Januar 2007, SF1:

"2007: Wärmerekord und Naturkatastrophen?"

Data Inventory Group Brönnimann


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