Colloquium in Climatology, Climate Impact and Remote Sensing

Time

14:15

Venue

Seminar room 116
Mittelstrasse 43
3012 Bern

Spring Semester 2021 Wednesdays, 14:15, seminar room 116, Mittelstrasse 43, 3012 Bern (if Covid restrictions allow)

Wasser (Symbolbild)
Image: Edith Oosenbrug

Zoom: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198 Password: 758481

03.03.2021

Dr. Gabriel Chiodo (ETHZ)
On the role of stratospheric composition feedbacks in tropospheric and surface climate

10.03.2021

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Westermann (University of Oslo)
Remote sensing and modelling of permafrost in the ESA Permafrost CCI project

17.03.2021

TBA
TBA

24.03.2021

Dr. Patricia de Rosnay (ECMWF)
Satellite data for land surface analysis in NWP systems

31.03.2021

Dr. Hilla Gerstmann Afargan (ETHZ)
Stratospheric influence on the North Atlantic storm track and cold extremes

14.04.2021

Dr. Alessio Ciullo (University of Bern)
Systemic flood risk management planning: accounting for risk-distribution and uncertain hydraulic interactions in large-scale flood risk systems

21.04.2021

Dr. Marlene Kretschmer (University of Reading)
Causal Inference and Causal Discovery to analyse teleconnection pathways

28.04.2021

Prof. Dr. Dominik Fleitmann (University of Basel)
Climate and Civilizations in Mesopotamia – New paleoclimate reconstructions from Iraq

05.05.2021

Dr. Kari Luojus (FMI)
Northern Hemisphere Snow Water Equivalent retrieved from Satellite Data

12.05.2021

Dr. Natalie Ceperley (University of Bern)
Hydrological Stories as told by Stable Isotopes of Water

19./26.05.2021

Dr. Martin Wegmann (Universtiy of Bern)
How snow in Mongolia causes snow in Madrid: What centennial seasonal prediction experiments can tell us

02.06.2021

Prof. Dr. Christopher Merchant (University of Reading)
Climate data records for sea and lake temperature from thermal remote sensing

Categories

Due to the current situation, all talks will be held via Zoom. As soon as the Covid rules of the University allow it, talks will take place simultaneously on site and online. In order to participate at the colloquium on site, registration via Doodle and the wearing of masks in the room is mandatory.
Languages: English