BCCR cross-theme seminar: Land ecosystems
- Alessandro Craparo: “Coffee, conifers and conflict – driven by climate”
- Morgane Demeaux: “Direct and indirect climate impacts on the biodiversity and functioning of alpine soil ecosystems”
- Ondrej Mottl: “Rates of vegetation change during the last 18,000 years and the Anthropocene”
- Maaike Zwier: “Holocene vegetation variability on sub-Antarctic islands”
Klimafestivalen Varmere Våtere Villere
Klimafestivalen Varmere Våtere Villere springer ut av ønsket om å gjøre klimadebatten mer tilgjengelig og engasjerende. Festivalen skal skape en uformell og sosial arena der man diskuterer alt fra de globale spørsmålene til de mindre hverdagslige handlingene. Programmet lanseres fortløpende. Følg med på nettsiden for oppdateringer.Read more
CLIFORD seminar: Coastal hydrodynamic alterations and the influence on deep water renewal in Norwegian sill fjords
Speaker: Ingrid A. Johnsen, Affiliation: IMR and BCCR
Seminar talk: Changes in Arctic Stratification and Mixed Layer Depth Cycle: A Modeling Analysis
Name of speaker: Robinson Hordoir, affiliation: IMRRead more
Seminar talk: “On the Reliability of the El Nino-Southern Oscillation over the Last Millennium”
Name of speaker: Sylvia Dee, visitor to BCCR from Rice University.
New at Bjerknes meeting
A short introduction to the Bjerknes Centre for new members by Head of Administration Ragnhild Stolt-Nielsen. (Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a new member and have missed previous meetings.)
Constraints on global warming meeting
Nadine will set the discussion at the Constraints on global warming meeting this Friday, 18 March. The meeting will be in U1 (ground floor of the west wing), or you can join online.
The discussion will relate to how the Gulf Stream and Deep Western Boundary Currents are key to constrain the future North Atlantic Carbon Uptake
I hope to see many of you there then.
Seminar: "Horizon Europe update – first experiences and new opportunities.”
The speaker: Friederike Hoffmann.Friederike Hoffmann has been the research coordinator at Geophysical Institute since 2013. Her main tasks are informing about upcoming funding opportunities, supporting scientists during the pre-award phase, and training early-career researchers in proposal writing. Since 2009 she has been working as an expert evaluator for the European Commission, where she evaluates project proposals and monitors ongoing EU projects in different programs. She holds a PhD in Geosciences, and her scientific background is in marine microbiology and biogeochemistry. Please find abstract and bio via the link.
The seminar will be held online on zoom.
Seminar: “Siberian fire ignition caused by the dry lightning activity.”
The Speaker - Jin-Soo Kim:
Jin-Soo Kim is a senior researcher at the Department of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies, University of Zurich. Please find abstract and bio via the link.
Seminar talk: A terrestrial view on Southern Hemisphere Westerlies variability in the Indian sector of the Southern Ocean: what can we learn from the peat archive?
Name: Nathalie Van der Putten, Affiliation: Department of Earth Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Hello Polar Bergeners.
After a very long time of home offices and no possibilities for physical gatherings we are back:
Egget – Studentsenteret – Thursday March 31. 14:15 – 16:00.
Hold the date & time.
We have invited the famous Polar Explorer Børge Ousland to come and tell us about his personal
experience with the Arctic winter, and we will get a cultural and esthetical view of Arctic Masculinity
from our own Professor Sigrid Lien. We will serve coffee and buns in the break, and run a “sign-up”
list in the week before to get a correct order.
We decided to run the talks in English this time, and hope that many of the permanent employees of the
network will forward this invitation to Post Docs, PhD’s and Master students. The gathering is open to all,
and “Egget” can fit 270 people. Everybody is welcome.
Lars H. Smedsrud