AOCD Seminar Series Spring 2016

Thursdays, 4-5 pm, Kline Geology Lab (KGL), Room 116

about 45 min talk + 15 min for questions


Spring 2016

Feb 2


Wei Liu

(Scripps, UC San Diego)

On the Stability of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC)

Feb 4

Navjit Sagoo

(G&G, Yale University)

Polar Amplification in Past Climates: Investigating the Indirect Effects of Dust on Ice Clouds and Climate

Feb 9


Sarah Larson

(University of Miami)

ENSO Predictability in a Coupled Model

Feb 16


Francesco Pausata

(Stockholm University)

The crucial role of the Sahara greening and dust reduction in damping ENSO variability during the Mid Holocene
Feb 25

Andy Ridgwell

(University of Bristol)

Numerically solving a paleoclimate ‘whodunnit’: Constraining the sources of carbon release at the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum
Mar 3

Lee Murray

(LDEO, Columbia University)

Characterizing key processes controlling variability in the oxidative capacity of the atmosphere
Mar 24

Ji Nie

(LDEO, Columbia University)

Forcings and Feedbacks on Convection in the 2010 Pakistan Flood: Modeling Extreme Precipitation with Interactive Large-Scale Ascent
Mar 31

Rene Garreaud

(University of Chile)

Current climate (P,T) trends in the Southeast Pacific: Natural and anthropogenic contributions
Apr 14

Danica Lombardozzi


Vegetation ozone damage: Impacts on plants, ecosystems, & climate
Apr 21

Xu Yue

(F&ES, Yale University)

Air pollution weakens land carbon uptake in China
Apr 28

Shuguang Wang

(LDEO, Columbia University)

title forthcoming