Tuning MEDUSA, an Ocean Biogeochemical Model

Sophy Oliver Rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations are warming our world and affecting our climate. If governments know how many extreme weather events they should expect and the amount of sea level rise they will experience in the future, then they can make pre-emptive informed decisions which will ultimately save lives and money. The IPCC are... Continue Reading →

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Meet the… Climate Physicist

Name: Matt Brown Age: 23 Year of study: 1st year of PhD Department: Atmosphere, ocean and planetary physics Research Group: Stratosphere and climate What are you researching: The energy output from the sun varies on an 11-year cycle. These variations are very small and have negligible impact on global temperature. However, because the atmosphere is... Continue Reading →

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