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Konstanze Haubner

Postdoctoral Fellow, SEAS Programme, ClimateNarratives
  • E-mailkonstanze.haubner@uib.no
  • Visitor Address
    Realfagbygget, Allégaten 41
    5020 Bergen
    3G13a - 3148 (https://link.mazemap.com/xZ0RGPcj)
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7803
    5020 Bergen

I am a SEAS Programme post-doctoral fellow at the University of Bergen in GEO (Department of Earth Science) and Bjerknes Center for Climate Research in Bergen, Norway.My background is in applied mathematics with a later specialization in Ice-sheet modelling and ice-climate interactions. That basically means I am running simulations of ice models, with the aim to improve the models, the data we use and how we approach questions like: "How are changes from the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheet impacting the climate and vice versa?", "Which processes are important to capture when lookind in to air-ice and ice-ocean feedbacks?", "How do we compute sea level contribution from the ice sheets?" and "How do changes on the ice impact local communities directly and indirectly?"

Within the SEAS programme and the ClimateNarratives project, I am combining results from ice simulation projections with sea level projections. I am investigating how different climate scenarios will impact the changes of the Greenland ice sheet and how those changes will impact sea level around the globe.On another level, I seek to understand how sea level changes are impacting local communities in Greenland (where mainly ice loss and sea level fall are expected) and in Fiji where sea level rise is already impacting local communities.

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Academic article
  • Show author(s) (2023). Ocean–Ice Sheet Coupling in the Totten Glacier Area, East Antarctica: Analysis of the Feedbacks and Their Response to a Sudden Ocean Warming. Geosciences.
Academic lecture
  • Show author(s) (2023). Coupled Greenland ice sheet-climate simulations with the Norwegian Earth System Model (NorESM2).
  • Show author(s) (2023). Coupled Greenland ice sheet-climate simulations with the Norwegian Earth System Model (NorESM2).
  • Show author(s) (2023). Sea level: Rising for many - dropping for some.

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