Advanced Climate Dynamics Courses
One of my main teaching activities is running the Advanced Climate Dynamics Courses. This is a yearly summer school offered to advanced PhD candidates and early career scientists focusing on current topics relating to climate dynamics and interdisciplinary research within paleoclimate.
Learn more about ACDC by watching this intro movie made during our visit to Greenland in 2014:
ACDC2014: “The Dynamics of the Greenland Ice sheet”, Arctic Station, Disko Island, West Greenland
ACDC2013: “The Dynamics of the last Deglaciation”, Nyksund, Vesterålen, northern Norway.
ACDC2012: “Landscapes and Climate”, Snøheim, Dovre, Norway.
ACDC2011: “Dynamics of Past Warm Climates”, Friday Harbor, Washington State, USA.
ACDC2010: “Ice-Ocean Interactions”, MIT FabLab, Lyngen, northern Norway.
ACDC2009: “Understanding the basic state, variability, forcing and stability of the Ocean overturning circulation in the past, present and future”, Espegrend Marine Research Station, Bergen, Norway.
Short papers on the topic of the schools have been published by the participants for several of the schools:
and the participants have organized sessions following the schools at conferences: