LATICE seminar: High-resolution data from Norway and Fennoscandia
A seminar about novel high-resolution datasets for Norway and Fennoscandia with potential use for research within subject areas in geosciences and the LATICE- research group.
Fennoscandia or Fenno-Scandinavia, a region comprising the Scandinavian Peninsula, Karelia, and the Kola Peninsula. Illustration picture: Colourbox
This year’s last LATICE seminar will be on December 5, from 14:15-16:00 in Auditorium 1 in the Geology Building.
The theme of the seminar is around novel high-resolution datasets for Norway and Fennoscandia with potential use for the LATICE- research group. We’re very happy to have rallied the following line-up:
- Cristian Lussana (MET Norway): High-resolution gridded datasets for near-surface variables at MET Norway
- Helene Erlandsen (Geohyd/MET/NVE): Merits of novel high-resolution estimates and existing long-term estimates of humidity and incident radiation in a complex domain
- Tikka Majasalmi (NIBIO): An enhanced forest classification scheme for modeling vegetation-climate interactions based on national forest inventory data
After the talks we’ll mingle around individual discussions, pepperkake and gløgg.
The seminar is open for all interested in the topic of the seminar.