Month: January 2022

New Study: Decadal climate forecasts from the Norwegian Climate Prediction Model

Ingo Bethke, a climate scientist in Climate Futures, together with his co-authors recently published a paper evaluating the climate forecasts from the Norwegian Climate Prediction Model (NorCPM1). By taking into consideration historical ocean observations as starting condition for decadal forecasts, the model’s ability to retrospectively forecast temperature over land a few years into the future …

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Five Questions: Roar Ådland

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“5 questions” is a series that gives you as a reader some insight into the people in and around Climate Futures. This time, we have talked to Roar Ådland, professor at NHH, who is the leader of the Smart Shipping node. Can you tell us a bit about your background? My background is a mix …

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New Study: Twenty-One Years of Phytoplankton Bloom Phenology in the Barents, Norwegian, and North Seas

Climate scientists in Climate Futures, together with their co-authors, recently published a paper on the phytoplankton bloom in the Barents, Norwegian and North Seas. Pythoplankton is an essential part of the food chain and marine life. The study found that the blooms are starting and ending later, but none of the parameters in the study …

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