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Speaker: John Marshall, MIT
Title: The ocean circulation on icy moons
Speaker: Rona Thompson, NILU
Title: Changes in Net Ecosystem Exchange over Europe During the 2018 Drought Based on Atmospheric Observations
Speaker: Zamin Kanji, ETH-Zürich
Title: A trip through the troposphere: Anthropogenic black carbon aerosol impact on cloud formation, past and future climate
From HelsinkiUniversity, Finland
Hosted by Carmen Gaina
This month Carmen Gaina from CEED wil talk at GEO-Wednesday. The event will be live streamed only.
Speaker: Manon Bajard, Dept. of Geosciences, UiO
Title: Instability or adaptation of the pre-Viking society to the climate variability of the Late Antiquity?
From ELSI, Japan
Hosted by Reidar Trønnes
From Meteorological Institute, Oslo
Hosted by Carmen Gaina
Speaker: Michael J. Mills, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder
Title: Volcanic eruptions, global climate, and ozone loss
From GFZ Potsdam, Germany
Hosted by Valentina Magni
Torsdag 29. oktober er det Fagleg-pedagogisk dag ved UiO, og i år er alt digitalt. Dagen er eit tilbod til lærarar for fagleg påfyll med foredrag i fag dei underviser eller ynskjer å læra meir om. Fagløp geofag har i år fem foredrag. Sjå programmet her!
From the University of Oldenburg
Hosted by Morgan Jones & Ella Stokke
From CNS Paris, France
Hosted by Agnes Kiraly
Speaker: Ada Gjermundsen, MET Norway
Title: Southern Ocean convection shutdown controls potential for long-term climate warming by greenhouse gases
The early Cenozoic was a key period in Earth history. The opening of the northeast Atlantic ocean coincided with both the formation of the North Atlantic Igneous Province (NAIP) and the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM), suggesting that there may be a causal relationship between them. We present two drilling projects that will start next year on the Norwegian margin (IODP 396) and in northwest Denmark (ICDP Limfjorden) to address these exciting research questions.
Tittel prøveforelesing / Trial lecture title: “Processes in modern fluvial systems and their lithified expression”
From Stockholm University, Sweden
Hosted by Manon Bajard/Eirik Ballo
Speaker: Vigdis Vandvik, University of Bergen
Title: The power of experimental macroecology in disentangling climate change impacts on vegetation
From Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Hosted by Ágnes Király
Speaker: Sebastian Westermann, Dept. of Geoscience, UiO
Title: Fast response of ice-rich permafrost in a warming climate
Welcome to GeoWednesday and the talk "Arctic Ecosystems: The Thin Green Line Between the Soil and the Atmosphere" by Frans-Jan Parmentier.
From Birmingham University, UK
Hosted by Henrik Svensen
Speaker: Heiko Gölzer, NORCE
Title: The future sea-level contribution of the Greenland ice sheet: a multi-model ensemble study of ISMIP6
UiO:Energy would like to invite you to an open lunch where PhDs working within the field of sustainable energy will present their research projects. In this webinar, Heidi Sydnes Egeland from the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law and Camilla Louise Würtzen from the Department of Geosciences will talk about juridical and geological challenges related to carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Speaker: Tim Woollings, University of Oxford
Title: Eurasian summer blocking, heatwaves, and the changing influence of the tropics