Publications YM. Title Climate: Past, present, and future. Authors Saxon E. Comments TR Rev. Repository Citation Sharpe, S. Included in Climate Commons , Meteorology Commons. Enter search terms:. Digital Commons. Eui-Seok Chung to analyze our existing global high-resolution global warming …. Postdoctoral Fellows or Assistant Research Fellows are expected to have strong computational skills, excitement to work on a new research subject, a good publication record, a high level of independence, curiosity and creativity, and an interest in working in an international and interdisciplinary research environment.
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Axel Timmermann to develop and improve density-based numerical models for human migration, hominin interbreeding …. This opportunity is open to candidates of any nationalities.
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The selected candidate will …. Methodologically, the project …. A fully funded PhD project is available for a period of 3. The candidate will focus on monitoring and modelling of CO2 concentrations and its transfer from soil to karst underground under supervision of David Dominguez-Villar and Kristina Krklec.
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The candidate will be expected to conduct original research, …. The successful candidate will study the physical processes that led to the inception of the last ice age. This honorific postdoctoral fellowship program provides opportunities for outstanding geoscientists to work in the field of their choice. Research may be carried out independently or in collaboration with members of the Geosciences Department.
One or more Hess Fellows may be appointed. Applicants must expect to have earned a Ph. We will ultimately ask what new kinds of practices, knowledges, and collaborations are necessary to build more just and responsible relationships between people and the nonhuman world, and with each other. Description: The course covers climate dynamics and climate variability phenomena and mechanisms, and provides hands-on experience running and analyzing climate models, as well as using dynamical system theory tools.
Among the subjects covered: energy balance and greenhouse effect, El Nino, thermohaline circulation, abrupt climate change, millennial variability DO and Heinrich events , glacial-interglacial cycles, the ocean carbonate system and CO2 changes, warm past and future climates, and more. Prerequisite s : Recommended: Background in geophysical fluid dynamics or permission of instructor.
Description: An introduction to the physics that determine our planet? From highly-simplified models of radiation and convection in a column to state-of-the art models of the general circulation, the course provides a hands-on introduction to modeling tools as a basis for understanding predictions of climate change and assessing their uncertainty. Solar geoengineering, the possibility of deliberate large-scale intervention in the climate, is covered as a potentially important new application of atmospheric science and as a tool to motivate analysis of aerosol radiative forcing, feedbacks, and uncertainty.
Prerequisite s : Recommended: One freshman-level math or applied math course, one freshman-level science course, and physics at either the freshman or high-school level; or, permission of instructor. Description: Original investigations, laboratory work, or fieldwork in problems related to climate. Description: Overview of the basic features of the climate system global energy balance, atmospheric general circulation, ocean circulation, and climate variability and the underlying physical processes.
Prerequisite s : Recommended: Applied Mathematics may be taken concurrently ; Physics 15 or Physical Sciences 12a,b; or permission of the instructor. Description: The International Organization for Migration IOM predicts that by the year , between million and 1 billion people will be displaced by the far-reaching impacts of climate change.
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However, the status of? Furthermore, powerful countries like the United States are strengthening militarization and border enforcement in an era of growing humanitarian need. This writing and discussion-intensive seminar explores the historical relationship between climate change and migration, as well as the rise of border enforcement and artistic and activist responses to these crises. Students will also have the opportunity to contribute collaboratively to the digital humanities project? Climate Refugee Stories.? Some questions we will address are: How do histories of colonialism and racial capitalism help us understand a growing global refugee crisis?
What does it mean to be a? What are the experiences of those most directly impacted?
And how are these displacements creating new opportunities for collective responses to addressing climate change that are rooted in migrant, indigenous, land, and human rights? Description: We will study the evidence in the climate record for dramatic changes in the climate system and delve into how these challenge our understanding of climate dynamics.
Description: Atmospheric radiative transfer is at the heart of understanding the climate of Earth and other planets. This course covers basic stellar and planetary physics, quantum spectroscopy, molecular and aerosol scattering, satellite retrieval theory, cloud, CO2 and H2O climate feedbacks, and extreme climate phenomena such as the runaway greenhouse, Nuclear Winter and Titan? As a final course outcome, you will learn to construct a line-by-line radiative-convective climate model from first principles.
Prerequisite s : Recommended: Mathematics 21 or Applied Mathematics 21a and 21b; Physical Sciences 12; or permission of instructor. Description: Empirical data demonstrate that the climate is changing and that these changes could produce increasingly serious consequences over the course of this century. Governments and private actors around the world are strategizing, debating, lobbying, implementing, and defending mechanisms to both mitigate and adapt to the impacts of climate change.
This course will explore i the legal framework in which climate change action occurs in the United States, ii policy tools available to regulators, iii impacts on regulated entities and individuals and iv opportunities for private stakeholders to participate in and influence climate change decisions.
Description: Introduces the dynamical processes that govern the atmosphere, oceans, and climate. Topics include Earth's radiation budget, convection and clouds, the circulation of the atmosphere and ocean, and climate change. Illustrates underlying mechanisms through laboratory demonstrations with a rotating table, and through analysis of atmospheric and oceanic data.
Description: How plants are affected by climate - both spatially across the globe and as climate changes over time - is relevant to understanding patterns of plant evolution, ecosystem structure, and the impact of humans on our planet. This course examines how variation in rainfall, temperature, atmospheric humidity and CO2 affects the growth and productivity of plants.
Topics include photosynthesis, respiration, transpiration, and vascular transport; experimental approaches and measurement techniques will also be covered. Expected to be offered Fall Description: This course will explore the political problems involved in mitigating and adapting to global climate change. We will draw on both the empirical and normative political literatures, as well as climate science and economics, to approach key questions about climate politics.