The Bjerknes Centre is a collaboration on climate research, between the University of Bergen, NORCE, the Institute of Marine Research, Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Centre.
«The mid-latitudes are one big, chaotic mess”, says Camille Li.
SNOWISO field season started at the EastGRIP camp, on the Greenland Ice Sheet.
A newly published study in Nature Communications shows an important new understanding of the climate system that will allow us to better understand past climate variability. The results were uncovered by expeditions between the North Pole and Antarctica.
The Gulfstream makes northern Europe warmer by transporting heat. This is well known. New research shows that the sea surface temperature also affects storm tracks as far away as the Pacific.
"Adherence to the scientific method is, in itself, good citizenship," writes Øyvind Paasche and Henning Åkesson in Eos.
The living conditions for marine microorganisms in the Southern Ocean may dramatically worsen by the end of the century. More acidic water can make their territories shallower.
A new study comparing ice cores and marine sediment cores measures time lags between changing ocean currents and major climate shifts. Changes in ocean currents foretells climate shifts by 400 years.
The Advanced Climate Dynamic Courses is celebrating their 10th year anniversary this March by having an alumni conference held in Rondane, Norway.
A new study provides evidence of substantial variations in past sea ice cover in the Norwegian Sea, instrumental for several abrupt climate changes between 32,000 and 40,000 years ago.