Topic: The Dynamics of the Seasonal Cycle
Date: September 11th – 22nd, 2017
Location: Rondvassbu, Rondane National Park, Norway
Application deadline: EXTENDED TO APRIL 1st, 2017
Online application form: HERE
Target: Advanced PhD candidates and early career scientists.
Goal: To mix students and lecturers with empirical and dynamical training within
climate science and focus on understanding the basic principles and dynamics of the
seasonal cycle across different timescales. This summer we will explore what we can
learn from the largest reoccurring change in Earth´s climate.
Confirmed lecturers: Peter Huybers (Harvard), David Battisti (University of
Washington), Camille Li (UiB), Jake Gebbie (WHOI), Patrick Heimbach (UTexas/MIT),
Kerim H. Nisancioglu (UiB/UiO), Øyvind Paasche (UiB), Tore Furevik (UiB), Axel Timmermann (IBS), Amaelle Landais (LSCE/CNRS) and Zan Stine (SFSU).
ACDC Alimni at EGU 2017
We are pleased to announce a new session for EGU 2017 (23rd – 28th April in Vienna):
CL1.15 - Quaternary climate archives and proxy uncertainty (link here)
Convener: Nathalie Fagel
Co-Conveners: Mohammed Allan, Timothy Lane, Matthew Finkenbinder, Kathryn Adamson, Henning Åkesson, Nora Loose, Armand Hernández, Laia Comas-Bru, Michał Słowiński, Achim Brauer, Christine Hamilton
This session is sponsored by the Advanced Climate Dynamics Summer School, through the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research at the University of Bergen. As a result, ACDC alumi who are presenting at this sessions will be able to stay in exclusive ACDC accommodation.
We look forward to seeing you in Vienna!
The Advanced Climate Dynamics Courses (ACDC) are a series of yearly summer/winter schools coordinated by the Norwegian Research School in Climate Dynamics (ResClim) and is a part of the partnership in climate between the Bjerknes Centre in Bergen, University of Washington in Seattle, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, USA.
For an introduction to the schools and the concept of ACDC please watch the video from our school on Greenland in 2014 (at the top of this page).
This year we acknowledge the National Science Foundation (NSF) for generous support.