BCCR cross-theme seminar about Low Latitude Climate
Monday, 4th Apr, at 14:15 pm will be a BCCR cross-theme seminar about Low Latitude Climate.
The seminar will be in person in the Bjerknes lecture room (4th floor, room 4020) – in addition, there will be the possibility to join on zoom. The BCCR cross-theme seminars last one hour and take place every first Monday of the month.
The cross-theme seminar will feature three separate talks:
- Pradeebane Vaittinada Ayar: Projected reversal of the ENSO-driven CO2 flux variability in the Equatorial Pacific
- Ashneel Chandra: Ocean heat content on subseasonal to seasonal (S2S) timescales in the Indian Ocean
- Silje Sørland: Seasonal forecasts in East – Africa: what, why and how
Polar meeting and workshop
We will have a short polar group meeting with updates from the Leader Group and the strategy process next week on Thursday the 7th of April 11:00-12:00, followed by a workshop on “Ice Sheets, Sea Level and Landscape Evolution” from 13:00-17:00. Both in the BCCR lecture room 4020, Jahnebakken 5, 4th floor.
The preliminary program for the workshop is attached and will be updated online with talk titles etc: BCCRpolarWorkshopApril2022.pdf we will also post a zoom link for those not able to attend the talks in person.
Please sign up here by Monday (4th of April) at the latest:
(note there is an option for lunch 12:00 for everyone, and dinner for those attending workshop at 19:00).
Bjerknes Centre Forum for Early Career Scientists kick-off meeting
Inspired by the successful BCCR PhD forum, we are launching the Bjerknes Centre Forum for Early Career Scientists*! The goals of the forum are to provide skill building activities, encourage networking, and create opportunities to meet and socialize with colleagues at a similar career stage.
We plan a kick-off meeting on Thursday April 7, 1-3 pm (location tbd), where you can get to know fellow early career scientists at Bjerknes and discuss your wishes and needs for this Forum. Which workshops or events would you like to see offered? Save the date – we’d love to see you there!
BCCR ECS representatives:
Therese Rieckh (email@example.com), Polar
Damien Couespel (firstname.lastname@example.org), Carbon
Natalya Gallo (email@example.com), Hazards
Katrina Nilsson-Kerr (firstname.lastname@example.org), Global
*Who is an Early Career Scientist? Inspired by the EGU and AGU ECS definition, the BCCR ECS forum targets practicing scientists who received their PhD within the past recent years. The definition of recent is left to one’s personal opinion to promote inclusivity. For reference, EGU/AGU uses 7 years.
Department of Earth Science
University of Bergen, Norway
Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research
Seminar talk: Constraining heat and carbon uptake in the Southern Ocean
Name of speaker: Timothée Bourgeois. Affiliation: NORCE & Bjerknes Center. Please find abstract via link.
Nansen seminar: Understanding two key aspects of surface temperature variability
On Wednesday April 27th, 13:00-14:00, we are happy to invite you to our Nansen Seminar that will be held by David W. J. Thompson.
He will be visiting the Nansen Center between April 25th to 29th. If you would like to meet with him, please get in touch with Tore Furevik (Tore.Furevik@nersc.no).
Title: Understanding two key aspects of surface temperature variability
Presenter: David W. J. Thompson, School of Environmental Sciences, UEA, Department of Atmospheric Science, CSU
Samling i Polarnettverket - tema plast i Arktis
Vårens siste samling i Polarnettverket i integrerbar (Realfagbygget):
Dette er et samarbeid med plastnettverket ved UiB, så vi håper og tror det blir anledning til mange
gode flerfaglige diskusjoner og spørsmål. Denne gangen holdes foredragene på norsk, men alle er selvfølgelig hjertelig velkommen. Ingen påmelding.