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4th Nordic Conference on Climate Change Adaptation, “From Research to Actions and Transformation”, 29 – 31 August 2016, Bergen, Norway
- GREENICE presentation (pdf):Understanding the societal and climatic influences of Arctic sea ice loss. Download the abstract (page 51): here.
Workshop on Climate Prediction in the Arctic-Atlantic sector, 13-14 June 2016, Bergen, Norway
- Monday09:00-09:30 Rong Zhang
- Monday09:30-10:00 Stephen Outten
- Monday10:00-10:30 Nour-Eddine Omrani
- Monday11:00-11:30 Marius Aarthun-n.a.
- Monday11:30-12:00 Kjell Arne Mork
- Monday12:00-12:30 Anne Britt Sandoe
- Monday13:30-14:00 Alicia Karspeck
- Monday14:00-14:30 Francois Counillon
- Monday14:30-15:00 Yiguo Wang
- Monday15:30-16:00 Stephen Yeager
- Monday16:00-16:30 Noel Keenlyside
- Tuesday09:00-09:20 Vladimir Semenov
- Tueday09:20-09:45 Yongqi Gao
- Tueday09:45-10:10 Fumiaki Ogawa
- Tuesday10:10-10:30 Sergey Gulev
- Tuesday11:00-11:30 Tetsu Nakamura
- Tuesday11:30-12:00 Guillaume Gastineau
- Tuesday12:00-12:30 Torben Koenigk
- Tuesday13:30-14:00 Shuting Yang
- Tuesday14:00-14:30 Lingling Suo
- Tuesday14:30-15:00 Astrid Ogilvie
- Tuesday15:30-16:00 Tarjei Breiteig
EGU General Assembly, 17-22 April 2016, Vienna, Austria
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2-day meeting of the EC-Earth consortium, 5-6 May 2015, ECMWF, Reading, UK, to review progress in developing an improved Earth system model for fresh insights into climate change.
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NAS Climate Predictability Workshop, 11-13 June 2014, Bergen, Norway
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