AOCD Seminar Series Spring 2017

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

about 45 min talk + 15 min for questions


Spring 2017

Jan. 19 Jaime Palter
(University of Rhode Island)
Interactions between the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and the Atmosphere: implications for climate variability
Jan. 26

Fabio Del Sordo
(Yale University)

The discovery of a planet around Proxima Centauri
Feb. 9

Andrew Shao

(Princeton GFDL)

Feb. 16

Matthew Thomas

(Yale University)

Feb. 23

Scott Powell
(Colorado State University)

Circumnavigation and Convective Onset of Successive Madden-Julian Oscillation Events
Mar. 2

Hayley Dosser

(Yale University)

Mar. 9 Maike Sonnewald
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Ocean model utility dependence on horizontal resolution
Mar. 16 Spring recess  
Mar. 23 Spring recess  
Mar. 30

Daven Henze
(University of Colorado at Boulder)

International air quality and climate impacts of emissions control strategies for cookstoves and diesel NOx. 
Apr. 6 Subrahmanyam Duvvuri
(Princeton University)
Non-linear scale interactions in a forced turbulent boundary layer
Apr. 10

Yongyun Hu
(Peking University)

Anthropogenic forcing on widening of the Hadley circulation
Apr. 13

Mark Brandon
(Yale University)

Estimation of the Mean Precipitation State in the Modern Patagonian Andes using Water Isotope Samples

Apr. 20

Renske Gelderloos
(John Hopkins University)

Impacts of heat and fresh water in the North-Atlantic subpolar gyre boundary currents. 

Apr. 26 (Wednesday) Jack Scheff (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University) What we mean when we talk about wetting and drying under climate change.
Apr. 27 Alice Marzocchi
(University of Chicago)
Connecting Antarctic sea ice to deep ocean circulation in modern and glacial climate simulations.
May 4

Mengnan Zhao
(Yale University)

Assessing the role of mesoscale eddies in regulating the Arctic Ocean’s Beaufort Gyre dynamics