ACDC 2016: Role of High Latitudes in Centennial to Millennial Scale Climate Variability
Bonne Bay Marine Station, Norris Point Newfoundland, Canada
The ACDC Summer School took place August 8-19, 2016 at Bonne Bay Marine Station, Norris Point Newfoundland. The topic this year was Role of High Latitudes in Centennial to Millennial Scale Climate Variability.
Target: Advanced PhD candidates and early career scientists.
Goal: To mix students and lecturers with empirical/proxy and dynamical training within climate science and focus on understanding the basic principles and dynamics behind centennial to millennial scale climate variability and their link to past, present and future changes to high latitude climate.
Anne Jennings - Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research
Raymond Bradley - University of Massachusetts Amherst
Alan Condron - University of Massachusetts Amherst
Julie Brigham-Grette - University of Massachusetts Amherst
Tore Furevik - University of Bergen
Jake Gebbie - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Kerim H. Nisancioglu - University of Bergen
Øyvind Paasche - University of Bergen
Lev Tarasov - Memorial University of Newfoundland
By the deadline we had received 63 applications.
ACDC 2016 practical details
The summer school will take place from 8.-20. August. The venue is the Marine Station in Norris Point, Newfoundland, and the topic is the Role of High Latitudes in Centennial to Millennial Scale Climate Variability.
ACDC 2016 Practical infomation
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