The CAOS Colloquium series consists of invited lectures by researchers in all sub-disciplines of atmosphere, ocean and climate science. Unless noted otherwise, all colloquia are held on Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 pm in room 1302 of Warren Weaver Hall at 251 Mercer Street, New York. For more information, contact the organizer, Ed Gerber.
Archival data for CAOS Colloquia in previous semesters can be viewed here.
Jessica VIAL (Columbia)
On the interpretation of inter-model spread of CMIPS climate sensitivity estimates
Geoff VALLIS (University of Exeter)
The tropopause and the thermocline: analogs or antonyms?
Andrey PROSHUTINSKY (Woods Hole)
Freshwater fluxes from Greenland as a new regular of climate regime changes in the Arctic-North Atlantic system
Martin JUCKER (Princeton)
Stratosphere-troposhere coupling in a new dry GCM setup
Brian ROSE (SUNY)
The role of oceans in setting climate sensitivity and radiative feedbacks
Georgiy STENCHIKOV (KAUST)
Could volcanoes freeze oceans?
Xylar ASAY-DAVIS (NYU/LANL)
Ice sheet-ocean interactions in the Community Earth System Model (CESM)
Ian GROOMS (NYU/Courant)
Tuesday, November 12 at 6:00pm in 19 Washington Square North
Boualem KHOUIDER (NYU/Courant)
Mathematics of Clouds: Beyond the Engineering of Climate Models
Joan ALEXANDER (NWRA)
Wave Effects in the Tropical Tropopause Layer
Baylor FOX-KEMPER (Brown)
A Refined Life at High Resolution: Subgrid Modelling in the Eddy-Rich Regime
Tra DINH (Princeton)
The mesoscale dynamics of cirrus clouds in the tropical tropopause layer