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APECS-APPLICATE Webinar III: Atmospheric-oceanic linkages
Dr. Doug Smith
MetOffice, United Kingdom
2018-01-09

How does the Arctic influence mid-latitude weather and climate? What physical mechanisms play a role and how can we better model these processes? How does sea-ice loss affect the atmosphere and oceans in remote regions? Doug Smith, of the UK MetOffice, will discuss some of the science around these questions and how coordinated multi-model experiments can help to answer them. This webinar is the third in a series part of the EU-funded APPLICATE project. The APPLICATE project brings together a European consortium of scientists from different disciplines to advance our capability to predict the weather and climate in the Arctic and beyond. To find out more about the project go to: www.applicate.eu/.

Monitoring & Modelling
Climatology
APECS-APPLICATE Webinar Series 2017
  • Arctic
  • Other

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