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Climate Physics (Prof. Reto Knutti)

Upcoming events

6 Events found:

  1. Mon 02. Mar. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Anny Cazenave : Climate change and sea level rise
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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  2. Mon 09. Mar. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Thomas Koop : How ice crystals form (or not)
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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  3. Wed 11. Mar. 2015 09:00 : ETH Zentrum, CHN L 17.1
    Dr. Dominik Renggli : From cyclone tracks to the costs of European winter storms: A probabilistic loss assessment model
    Special Event (Extraordinary Seminar) Abstract.pdf
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  4. Mon 16. Mar. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Olivia Romppainen-Martius : High-impact weather in Switzerland - climatologies and processes
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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  5. Tue 17. Mar. 2015 09:30 : ETH Zentrum, CHN L 17.1
    Prof. Ben Poulter : Toward an updated global wetland CH4 budget: progress, challenges and data needs
    Special Event (Extraordinary Seminar)
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  6. Mon 23. Mar. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Joy Singarayer : Land use, climate change and climate engineering
    Kolloquium Atmos. & Klima (Kolloquium)
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Das IAC bloggt auf dem ETH-Klimablog, der Informationsplattform der ETH Zürich zum Klimawandel. Mehr auf www.klimablog.ethz.ch.



The Climate Physics group, led by Prof. Reto Knutti, has its focus on climate modeling, uncertainty and probability of climate change and the use of observations to constrain climate feedback.

 

 

 

The Earth’s climate is changing as a response to anthropogenic emissions of fossil fuels, and is very likely that these changes will continue over the next decades to centuries. The projected changes from multiple numerical climate models differ significantly, because some feedbacks and processes are poorly understood or cannot be resolved in the models. Though, in order to quantify the consequences of a changing climate it is crucial to get a picture of the uncertainties associated with the expected changes.

 

"Changing Weather" (more visualizations of IAC's Climate Physics group can be found here)

 

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