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Early Careers Symposium

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Alison Ming.

Bring a poster, plot or give a short talk to tell others about your research! This is aimed at all Early Career researchers in Climate Science in Cambridge and is a fantastic informal way meet people in other departments and institutes.

There will be a prize for the best talk/poster as well as for the best art related to your research – this can be anything from a short film, interpretative dance to a crochet or haiku.

Organisers: Rachael Sanders: racnde [at], Alison Ming: adk33 [at] Jacob Smith: jws52 [at] Emilia Bushrod: eeb47 [at] Charles Powell: cwp29 [at]

Starts at 1:30pm in Meeting room 3 (down the stairs by reception) at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, CB3 0WA

13:35 Lorrie Jacob: Understanding the ocean’s sulfur cycle, and what that it means to ice core analysis
13:40 Alex Bradley: Formal Attribution of Sea Level Rise from West Antarctic to Climate Change
13:45 Christopher Auckland: What Controls the Variability of Antarctic Bottom Water Export?
13:55 Simon Thomas: Too humid and calm: A simple coupled model links the historical CMIP5 /6 ENSO trend bias to the mean state bias
14:00 Felipe Gomez-Valdivia: Ross Gyre dynamics under CMIP6 climate change scenarios: A rapid ocean warming in West Antarctica
14:05 Rosie Lewis: Volcanic and solar forcing of ocean circulation
14:15 Shenjie Zhou: Weddell-Origined AABW shrinkage forced by wind-drive sea ice changes
14:20 Ira Shokar: Data-Driven Exploration of Parameterisation Schemes within Models of the Tropospheric Mid-Latitudes
14:25 Xiaoqing Chen: Time-lapse Volumetric Seismic Imaging of Water Masses at a Major Oceanic Front 14:30-15:30 Posters & Art

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