Impacts of Sea-Ice and Snow-Cover Changes on Climate, Green Growth, and Society
The biggest water reservoirs used to be well regulated.
Dry periods were not long enough to dry them.
Wet periods were not long enough to overtop them.
This is no longer the case...
[Photo credit: Helge Hansen / BKK Produksjon As]
Has the recent arctic sea-ice loss contributed to climate changes over the northern
hemisphere, including extreme weather events?
[Photo credit: James Kennedy]
"Sea ice has a calming
effect on sea state, and less and receding sea ice provides a greater fetch for waves to grow
in size and power." [Photo credit: Níels Einarsson]
GREENICE research mentioned in a News and Views piece to Nature Geosciences! Read more here: (link)
Job opportunity at UiB: post-doctoral position in dynamic meteorology. Apply before 2nd April 2017. More info LINK HERE.
SAVE THE DATE: GREENICE final meeting, 16-18th October 2017, Iceland. More details: here (link).
ICASS XI, 8-12 June 2017, Umeaa, Sweden: CALL FOR SESSIONS extended until 07.10.16. ICASS is arranged every three years, bringing together people from all over the world to share ideas about social science and humanities research in the Arctic.Read more.
POLAR2018, 19 - 23 June 2018, Davos, Switzerland: CALL FOR SESSIONS for the joint SCAR and IASC Open Science Conference “Where the Poles meet“. Read more.
GREENICE review article awarded as most downloaded article from Advances in Atmospheric Sciences SpringerLink in 2015
Workshop on Climate Prediction in the Arctic-Atlantic Sector, 13-14 June 2016, Bergen, Norway. Read more. Presentations now available: HERE.
4th Nordic Conference on Climate Change Adaptation, “From Research to Actions and Transformation”, 29 - 31 August 2016, Bergen, Norway.Read more.
CLIVAR Open Science Conference “Charting the course for climate and ocean research”, 18-25 September 2016, Qingdao, China.
- Lang et al., 2017: Sea ice thickness and recent Arctic warming.. Read on...