The Norwegian Research School in Climate Dynamics (ResClim) is a national training environment for PhD candidates in climate dynamics. The aim is to give PhD candidates in-depth knowledge in their specific study field within climate research, trans-disciplinary knowledge in the dynamics of the entire climate system, insight into the political and societal impacts of climate change, and the necessary skills to play an active role in appropriately predicting, mitigating, and adapting to climatic and environmental change.
ResClim is a project with 10 national partners and 7 international collaborators and is lead from Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen.
ResClim invites to a course on scientific communication. The course will be held at the Finse Alpine Research Station.
After 3 intense days, 18 participants completed the Advanced Statistics Training course. Teachers were David Stephenson and Theo Economou from University of Exeter.
ClimateSnack.com is a blog started by ResClim students with the aim of improving scientific writing skills.
Faculty of Biosciences, Fisheries and Economics at University of Tromsø invites PhD students from ResClim to learn more about academic entrepreneurship.
ResClim will provide a course in research communication at Finse Alpine Research Center. More information will be available soon.