After eight years of shaping a new generation of world class climate researchers, the Norwegian national Graduate School for Climate Research has had tht last meeting.
It's that time of the year when the ACDC Summer School is announced! This years topic is The Dynamics of the Seasonal Cycle. If you know anyone this could be interesting for, please spread the word.
The second conference for "Time series analysis" will be held in Tromsø, Norway, on 8-11 November 2016. This present conference will be focusing on the implication of climate change on the environment, including land, sea and atmosphere.
This year the annual AMGG research school field trip will be arranged in Sicily.
This year, 26 PhD students from Europe and North America gathered at the Bonne Bay Marine Station in Norris Point, Newfoundland.
We are honoured that we got to arrange a NCL workshop here in Bergen with the program developers Mary Haley and Dennis Shea.
Times-series analysis is the future for environmental sciences to understand natural processes and their dynamics. To support these technical developments, the "Time series analysis in environmental science and applications to climate change" will be held in Tromsø from 8-11 November 2016, with the objective of promoting transfer of knowledge between researchers from various environmental fields.
The summer school of Nansen-Zhu International Research Centre (NZC) is a biennial event taking place alternatively in China and Europe. The summer school 2016 of NZC on "Climate Teleconnections and Predictions" is organized by the NZC and is supported by the Chinese and Norwegian partners of NZC.
February 1st was the deadline for the last call for funding from ResClim. We have received 22 applications.
The secretariat will be closed until January 12th. We wish you all a happy holiday and a happy New Year!
Ten PhD students went to Italy on a field trip observing fossil records of methane release.
30 eager European and US-based PhD students and postdocs joined some 10 lecturers in Laugarvatn, Iceland, to spend two weeks together delving into this year's topic "Climate and Volcanism", 23 August- 3 September.
A new and exiting course about greenhouse gasses, carbon cycle, paleoproxies, benthic and planctonic foraminifera will be arranged at University of Tromsø September 21-25th.
Join the field trip to Northern Apennines in Italy, 14-18 September, and learn more about fluid emission fossil analogues.
On Tuesday evening March 3rd, 48 participants boarded Hurtigruten MS Midnatsol in Bergen. Only 1 person missed the boat due to delayed flight and boarded in Ålesund.
ResClim will sponsor three members to the IMBER IMBIZO IV conference in Trieste, Italy from 27 to 30 October 2015.
30 PhD students from ResClim and the Climate Research School from Bolin Center in Stocholm arranged a joint meeting at Osterøy outside of Bergen. Mari Reports from the event.
Professional writer Dallas Murphy, spent a week here in Bergen to help 13 of our students to restructure their work-in-progress articles.
Would you like to know how the atmosphere, ocean and ice interact with eachother on a small scale at high latitudes? Are you interested in knowing more about wetter prediction and climate models?
After three intensive days, nine participants had learned to master their radio voices and made their own scientific podcast. Hear the results here!
University of Tromsø will host a 3 day seminar in Human and Environment: From Multidiciplinary to interdiciplinary research, September 30 - October 3.
This year, 36 members joined the All Staff, which was held March 19-21st at Oskarsborg Hotel and Resort located in the Oslo fjord.
We are proud to announce that the Ice Sheet System Model workshop will be arranged at the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research 2-4 June 2014.
The registration for ACDC 2014 - The Dynamics of the Greenland Ice Sheet, is now open. Registration deadline is March 1st.
At the Ocean Science Meeting we will pose the question: can writing popular science help us get published and cited? We'll see if the panel agrees that we can reapply our skills in writing popular science to writing scientific articles.
The first Winter School on Sea Ice Variability in the Arctic - Past and Present Conditions, will take place at the University of Tromsø, on March 31st - April 4th, 2014. The focus will be on the geological and geophysical aspects of sea-ice in the Arctic with lectures on reconstructions of past sea ice extent, oceanography, basic sea ice physics, sea ice/ocean/air interactions and remote sensing. In addition, specific case studies on cutting edge sea ice related topics will be presented.
We are currently updating the web pages. it might be unstable for a period.
The Advanced Climate Dynamics Course 2013 was held in Nyksund on the Lofoten Islands. The topic was "Dynamics of the Last Deglaciation".
The Science Communicatio course was arranged at Finse Alpine Research Center16-20th September. The course has been summarized by ResClim students Paul Bachem and Vivian Felde.
ResClim offers funding for research school members for resarch stays, conference participations and field- and laboratory work.
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.
ResClim offers support for shorter research stay or lab-/field for the ResClim students. Deadline for internal funding is 1. February.
cours in Large Scale Turbulence in the Atmosphere and Ocean is now
open for registration. Registration deadline February
members, both candidates, supervisors and
evaluation board are welcome to join the 2013 all staff meeting. This time the
meeting is held at Sommarøy Arctic Hotel, 45 min. from Tromsø.
Together with CRAICC (Cryosphere-atmosphere interactions in a changing Arctic climate), ResClim offers a course in Physics and chemistry of atmospheric particles, held in Oslo in November 2012.
For the first time ResClim will offer a 5-day course in Communication and Media. Registration deadline is 15 Sept.
Call for applications for ResClim internal funding for PhD students is now out. Application deadline is 1 Sept.
We have upgraded the technical system of resclim.no. Visually, the website is the same but the upgrade will eliminate some of the trouble we have had earlier.
An extreme weather seminar together with the department of Geosciences and met.no in Oslo.
Training Institute on Adaptive Management of Water Resources under Climate Change in Vulnerable River Basins
This is an opportunity for students to participate in an Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) interdisiplinary training event and build network with professionals from Latin America.
Ellen Marie Viste
Advanced Climate Dynamics Course on Landscapes and Climate.
Deadline: 20th of May 2012
Mari Skuggedal Myksvoll
||UNIS arranges its biennial PhD course Air-Ice-Sea Interaction II autumn 2012. Application deadline is 15. April.|
The new report "ResClim - report of activities 2009 - 2011" is now available.
ResClim offers support for shorter research stays or lab-/field work. Check for more information on how to obtain funding for your project.
Throughout 2011, two different courses in scientific writing are offered to ResClim members.
We have now opened up for applications for the "Role of sea ice in the climate system" summer school 2011.
All ResClim students can apply for internal funding for shorter research stays or lab-/field work
ResClim will be involved in two summer schools in 2011 in Longyearbyen and Seattle
We now welcome applications for internal ResClim funding. Deadline is 1 Sept 2010!
Relevant information for students and supervisors on how to become a member of ResClim.