Welcome to the 14th Bolin Days!

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Here is the preliminary program for the 14th Bolin Days:
November 14 (Geoscience building, William-Olsson)
Early Career Researcher Event for PhD students and postdoctoral researchers with the focus on how to develop successful interdisciplinary proposals

13.00–13.10 | Welcome and information
13.10–13.45 | PowerPoint karaoke
Improvisation group activity with presentation of slides produced by others beforehand.
13.45–14.15 | Fika
14.15–15.00 | Finding ideas for an interdisciplinary research proposal
Interdisciplinary brainstorm – Group work
15.00–16.20 | Presentations of the research ideas
16.20–16.50 | Closing remarks by Henrik Aspeborg, Office for Research,
Engagement and Innovation Services at SU and Thorsten Blenckner, Stockholm Resilience Centre
17.00– | After-work

November 15

Aula Magna and Zoom
Zoom: https://stockholmuniversity.zoom.us/j/65355730778

09.30–10.00 | Registration and coffee
10.00–11.30 | Session 1: Greetings from the Bolin Centre leadership
Chairs of the session: Johan Nilsson and Martin Jakobsson
10.00–10.15 | Welcome and practical information: Chairmen of the board and directorate
10.15–10.40 | Ilona Riipinen: Interactions between atmospheric composition, clouds and climate
10.40–11.05 | Gustaf Hugelius: Interactions between climate and northern soils
11.05–11.30 | Ilona Riipinen and Gustaf Hugelius: Future outlook – update and discussion on the ongoing process for a new strategic plan for the Bolin Centre
11.30–13.00 | Lunch and posters, support activities available on site
13.00–14.30 | Session 2: Research Theme 4 Climate, ecosystems and biodiversity
Chairs of the session: Karl Gotthard and Regina Lindborg
13.00–13.05 | Introduction: Karl Gotthard and Regina Lindborg
13.05–13.20 | Johan Ehrlén: Long-term responses to warming – What can we learn from studies of plants in geothermally heated ecosystems?
13.20–13.35 | Edana jean Lord: Population genomics of the muskox’ resilience in the near absence of genetic variation
13.35–13.50 | Marianne Stoessel: Effects of climate and land-use change on grazing in northern Fennoscandia
13.50–14.05 | Anna Scaini: The value of water in a changing climate: citizen's perception and scientific challenges
14.05–14.20 | Loke von Schmalensee: Cross-seasonal trade-offs in thermal adaptation in two closely related butterflies with drastically diverging population dynamics
14.30–15.00 | Fika
15.00–16.30 | Session 3: Research Theme 1 The physical-chemical climate system
Chairs of the session: Frida Bender, Torben Koenigk, Thorsten Mauritsen
15.00–15.10 | Radovan Krejci: What we have learned at highest atmospheric observatory on our planet at Chacaltaya in Bolivia
15.10–15.20 | Ines Bulatovic: Large-eddy simulation of a two-layer boundary-layer cloud system from the Arctic Ocean 2018 expedition
15.20–15.30 | Kristofer Krus: MLDown: A Python framework for providing high-resolution climate data using deep learning based statistical downscaling
15.40–15.50 | Linnea Larsson Huusko: Stronger Response to the Aerosol Indirect Effect due to Cooling in Remote Regions
15.50–16.00 | Ramon Fuentes Franco: Heavy precipitation events over Northern Europe during winter modulated by a weaker NAO variability by the end of the 21st century
16.00–16.10 | Jonathan Wiskandt: High Resolution Ocean modelling of plume dynamics and basal melting at Ryder Glacier, North Greenland
16.10–16.20 | Clare Flynn: Hadley Circulation Sensitivity to Turbulent Drag
16.20–16.30 | Geert Brethouwer: FLOW physics for climate, Nordita program, May 2023, Stockholm
17.45–22.00 | Mingle and Dinner at the Nobel Museum, Gamla Stan (Stortorget 2)

November 16

Aula Magna and Geoscience building

09.30–10.00 | Registration and coffee
10.00–11.30 | Session 4: Invited presentations from collaborating centers
Chairs of the session: Ilona Riipinen and Gustaf Hugelius
10.00–10.05 | Introduction: Ilona Riipinen and Gustaf Hugelius
10.05–10.20 | Line Gordon: Stockholm Resilience Centre
10.20–10.35 | Christoph Humborg: Baltic Sea Centre
10.35–10.50 | Francesco Fuso-Nerini: KTH Climate Action Centre
10.50–11.05 | Zahra Kalantari: KTH Water Centre
11.05–11.20 | Anna Sobek: Stockholm University’s Centre for Circular and Sustainable Systems (SUCCeSS)
11.20–11.30 | Margret Steinthorsdottir: Swedish Biodiversity Data Infrastructure
11.30–13.00 | Lunch and posters, support activities available on site
13.00–14.30 | Session 5: Research Theme 3 Past Climates
Chair of the session: Margret Steinthorsdottir
13.00–13.05 | Introduction: Margret Steinthorsdottir
13.05–13.25 | Sam Slater: Palaeontological ghost busting: What cryptic ‘ghost’ nannofossils can tell us about past global warming events
13.25–13.40 | Allison Hsiang: New automated approaches for biodiversity and climate using deep learning and high-throughput imaging
13.40–13.55 | Frederik Schenk: Rapid deglaciation driven by much warmer summers due to high continentality
13.55–14.10 | Qiong Zhang: Multi-centennial Holocene variability in proxies and climate model simulations
14.10–14.30 | Fredrik C. Ljungqvist: Climate and grain yields in early modern Spain, Switzerland and Sweden
14.30–15.00 | Fika
15.00–16.30 | Session 6: Research theme 2 Water, Biogeochemical Cycles and Climate
Chair of the session: Volker Brüchert and Fernando Jaramillo
15.00–15.15 | Volker Brüchert: Shallow-water methane emissions from vegetated coastal ecosystems
15.15–15.30 | Birgit Wild: Subsea permafrost in the Laptev Sea: Origin of organic matter and potential for greenhouse gas production after thaw
15.30–15.45 | Maganizo Kruger Nyasulu: Green - Blue Water potential for Food Production in Africa: A Hydroclimatic Regime Assessment
15.45–16.00 | Francisco Pena: Quantifying water extent changes of wetlands with deep learning
16.00–16.15 | Luigia Brandimarte: Spatio-temporal dynamics of flood risk
16.15–16.30 | Katherine Power: Impacts of large-scale Saharan solar farms on the global terrestrial carbon cycle using EC-Earth model
16.30–17.00 | Concluding remarks, presentation of poster competition winners
Ilona Riipinen and Gustaf Hugelius
17.00–22.00 | Geopub and Cèilidh in the Geoscience building