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Dr. Amy Clement, University of Miami, Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science
Monday, April 10, 2023 at 10:30am
Sievers Conference Room, SEEC S228
"Tracking the flows of carbon at the global scale: What we've learned from atmospheric measurements"
"Understanding recent decadal variability of the global ocean carbon sink"
"Antarctic Sea Ice Variability, Change and Linkages with the Atmospheric Circulation"
"The Radiative Drivers of Climate Change: Known Knowns and Known Unknowns"
"A new look at old air in the stratosphere: Radiocarbon production and transport to the troposphere"
"Emergent constraints and the future of climate model evaluation"
"A 21st century look at the global ocean conveyor belt"
"Tracking the aerial hydrologic cycle through climate change and variability"
"Stratospheric Ozone and Southern Hemisphere Climate Change"
"Understanding the Monsoon"
"Climate and Conflict"
"Influence of Ocean Dynamics on Future Regional Sea-Level Projections "
"Radiative-Convective Equilibrium and its Instability: Implications for Weather and Climate"
"Climate Change in the Southern Ocean: Exploring the Role of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current"
"Global Variability of Intense Convection"