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With the Paris agreement freshly on everyone’s mind and in the media 2016 started of as a very exciting year for climate science. On a global scale it took slightly unexpected turns but from a scientific point of view 2016 was a year to celebrate in particular for CPDN. With respect to our knowledge and […]
Organized by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), the GOTHAM Summer School (18th-22nd September 2017) will train young scientists on a unique combination of interdisciplinary scientific topics and tools relevant for understanding teleconnections and their role in causing extreme weather events. Professor Wallom and Dr Sparrow will be training attendees on data management […]
The Arctic is currently experiencing a heat wave with temperatures forecasted to be more than 20 ºC above normal, following a very warm November and December. Such a heat wave has dramatic consequences for the local ecosystem and is also a striking example of how climate change is impacting the world today. Historical temperature […]
Thanks to the volunteers who are running weather@home on their personal computer, a large number of present and future drought events in the UK are being created within the project “MaRIUS” (Managing the Risks, Impacts and Uncertainties of drought and water Scarcity). These are used to drive a range hydrological and impact models in order […]