Drivers of the Northern Hemisphere Eddy-Driven Jet Change in Comparison between CMIP5 and CMIP6 Models

by Daniel Butkaitis (AWI) The projection of the northern hemisphere eddy-driven jet is characterized by large uncertainties. Multimodel projections from the previous generation climate models of […]
25. January 2021

Insights into Polar Observing Systems Using Numerical Models

by Laura Hüßner – article originally written for polarprediction.net In the new post on the Science Blog of European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), Irina […]
18. January 2021

Arctic Frontiers 2021 – Building Bridges

On 1-4 February 2021 the annual conference „Arctic Frontiers” will take place in a new online format. To guarantee the chance to scientists, decision-makers, indigenous people […]
8. January 2021

#vEGU21: Engage • Discover • Inspire

After the success of the online format of the conference last year, the EGU is coming back in 2021 in its virtual format on 19–30 April […]
11. December 2020

Tell it with a Comic – Live-Drawing and Visual Storytelling at AAAS

Science communication has become a fundamental element in the effort to disseminate scientific results and deliver accurate and understandable facts. A group of artists teamed up […]
26. November 2020
European Polar Research Programme

First Integrated European Polar Research Programme Published

EU-PolarNet has recently concluded their work on an integrated European Polar Research Programme, which guides the future research to respond to current and prospective needs and […]
11. November 2020

AWI Climate Model Contributes to CMIP6

The World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) is organizing the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP) since 1995. The overarching goal of this project is to make different […]
11. November 2020

New Polar Prediction Matters Contribution – Is Alaska Prepared for Extreme Wildfires?

In the new contribution to Polar Prediction Matters – the dialogue platform for users and providers of polar weather and sea-ice forecasts – researchers working within […]
4. November 2020

Impact of Polar Observing Systems on Forecast Accuracy – Special Collection of the RMetS’ Quarterly Journal

The Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) calls for manuscripts to contribute to a special collection in their Quarterly Journal to gather various studies on the impact of […]