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October 12th 2020: Dr. Laura Suarez-Gutierrez (Max Plank Institute for Meteorology)

time: 9 am (MDT), 3 pm (GMT), 5 pm (CEST)

Exploiting large ensembles for a better yet simpler climate model evaluation

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We are pleased to announce Dr. Laura Suarez-Gutierrez as our next speaker in the webinar series. Laura Suarez-Gutierrez works as a postdoctoral researcher at the Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M). Her research focuses on understanding the internal variability of European heat extremes on different timescales. Furthermore, she works on new and better ways of evaluating the forced trends and variability in climate models using SMILEs.

Early August 2020: Dr. Sarah Schlunegger (Princeton University)

time and date: TBD, early August 2020

Large Ensemble Intercomparison of Anthropogenic Changes in Marine Biogeochemistry

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We are pleased to announce Dr. Sarah Schlunegger as our next speaker in the webinar series. Sarah Schlunegger is a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University. Sarah is one of the scientists behind the GFDL Large Ensemble Suite. Her research focuses on understanding, quantifying and anticipating the impacts of climate change on the ocean, specifically the ocean carbon cycle and marine ecosystems.



July 6th 2020: Dr. John Fyfe (CCCma)

time: 9 am (MDT), 3 pm (GMT), 5 pm (CEST)

Quantifying the Influence of COVID-19 Emission Reductions on Climate, and Other Applications of the New CanESM5 Super Large Ensemble

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Dr. John Fyfe. Senior Research Scientist at the Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis, Victoria BC Canada

We are pleased to announce Dr. John Fyfe as our next speaker in the webinar series. John is one of the scientists behind the Canadian large ensemble experiments. CCCma has not only produced a large ensemble with their CMIP5 model, but was the first modelling center that uploaded large ensemble simulations for a variety of CMIP6 experiments to ESGF.


This webinar will be recorded.