Ilulissat Science Forum 2023
Science, art, tourism, and industry in Greenland – opportunities and challenges in the face of climate change.
The University of Bergen, The Norwegian Embassy in Denmark, and Avannaata municipality invite researchers and others interested to Ilulissat Science Forum 2023, and the opening of the Illu – Science and Art Hub in Ilulissat, Greenland.
Arrival Friday 29th of September is encouraged, and latest by Monday morning the 2nd of October (note there are no flights on Sunday the 1st of October)
Accommodation and travel will have to be arranged individually.
Please use pre-sign up link to be updated on the event:Les mer
Part of the cross-theme seminars.
- Nadine Goris: The AMOC and it's connection to the future North Atlantic carbon uptake
- Nour-Eddine Omrani: Stratosphere-Troposphere-Ocean coupling and AMOC variability
- Jörg Schwinger: Possibility for northern hemisphere high-latitude climate fluctuations under zero and negative emissions
The perplexing warming trend over the Pacific Ocean and why it is important
The planet is warming due to the burning of fossil fuels, but the geographical distribution (pattern) of the observed warming over the Pacific Ocean is profoundly different from our expectations based on all climate model results. Here we briefly explore myriad possible reasons for this discrepancy and the implications for changes in climate in the future. Lecture by David Battisti, University of Washington
Bjerknes Annual Meeting
Bjerknes Annual Meeting will take place in October. Venue and program will be decided and announced in due time.