SEAS Colloquium in Climate Science (SCiCS)

The SEAS Colloquium in Climate Science (SCiCS) meets on selected Thursday afternoons, during the academic year, in room 214 Mudd, from 2:45-3:45 PM (unless otherwise noted).

Coordinators: Lorenzo Polvani  & Adam Sobel

9/27/18
Oliver Watt-Meyer, University of Washington
"Extratropical circulation response to warming: role of cloud radiative effects and ITCZ width changes"
Host: Rei Chemke

10/4/18
Tom Beucler, MIT
"Interaction between water vapor, radiation and convection in the Tropics"
Host: Rei Chemke

10/11/18
Kelly Hereid, Chubb Insurance
"Outstanding Problems in Catastrophe Modeling"

Host: Adam Sobel

10/25/18
Malte Jansen, University of Chicago
"Understanding the Deep Ocean’s Response to Global Temperature Change on Time Scales from Decades to Millennia"
Host: Rei Chemke

11/1/18
Kuni Inoue, Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
"New Diagnostic Applications of Fourier Analyses to the Assessments of Tropical Waves:
Assessments of Vertical Velocity Profiles and Moist Static Energy Budgets"

Host: Rei Chemke

11/8/18
Sandra Yuter, North Carolina State University
"Abrupt cloud clearing of marine stratocumulus in the subtropical southeast Atlantic"
Host: Adam Sobel

11/15/18

Paul Kushner, University of Toronto
"Probing the drivers of the Northern Hemispheric response to Arctic sea ice loss"
Host: Adam Sobel

12/6/18
Stephan Rasp, Ludwig-Maximilians University
"Machine learning to represent atmospheric sub-grid processes"
Host: Rei Chemke

12/20/18
Gregory Elsaesser, NASA GISS 
Announcement

Host: Adam Sobel
 

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SCiCS History


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