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Norwegian University of Science and Technology

PhD student in palaeoclimatology/dendroclimatology

The Norwegian University of Science and Technology is searching for a PhD student in palaeoclimatology/dendroclimatology for the project ”ClimateCultures – Socionatural entanglements in Little Ice Age Norway (1500–1800)”. The PhD student will work closely together with historians in the project which is interdisciplinary. More information at www.jobbnorge.no.

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Ledigt jobb på Stockholms universitet som Datakoordinator/Data Steward

Den nya data stewarden kommer att arbeta med att utbilda och stödja forskare i deras arbete med forskningsdatahantering.

A crack in Petermann Ice Shelf

The rocky road to accurate sea-level predictions

The type of material present under glaciers has a big impact on how fast they slide towards the ocean. Scientists face a challenging task to acquire data of this under-ice landscape, let alone how to represent it accurately in models of future sea-level rise.

graphs showing varve sites and the ice retreat.

Rate of ice retreat during the last ice age

A new study maps out how fast the ice retreated in the region Skåne-Småland-Öland during a period of 725 years.

brown grass and water

The complexity of Arctic wetland systems in a changing climate

A new study identified feedbacks that go beyond Arctic landscapes and need to be considered for the whole planet.

Photo: Martin Jakobsson

New report: Impacts of Short-lived Climate Forcers on Arctic Climate, Air Quality, and Human Health

Bolin scientists Annica Ekman, Srinath Krishnan and Hans Christen Hansson, together with international colleagues, have contributed to a Summary for Policy Makers published by The Arctic Council’s working group Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program AMAP.

book cover: Patterns Identification and Data Mining in Weather and Climate

Patterns Identification and Data Mining in Weather and Climate

Bolin Centre scientist Abdelwaheb Hannachi have published a new book titled Patterns Identification and Data Mining in Weather and Climate.