This Tuesday, Lei Wang will speak on Intra-seasonal periodicity behavior of finite-amplitude wave activity in the mid-latitude troposphere. Lei says the following about his talk:
"Intra-seasonal atmospheric variability is a prediction gap between weather and climate predictions, and is important for skillfully predict high-impact extreme events such as blocking. Variations in jet stream are primarily driven by atmospheric synoptic eddies that cannot be easily quantified by traditional linear theory. Using theory of...
This week Wanying Kang will be presenting on Cai and Tung (2012) "Robustness of Dynamical Feedbacks from Radiative Forcing: 2% Solar versus 2 X CO2 Experiments in an Idealized GCM." Here are her thoughts on the paper:... Read more about ClimaTea Journal Club
This week Jiahua Guo will be presenting at ClimaTea on Stevens (2015) "Rethinking the Lower Boundary on Aerosol Forcing". Bjorn Stevens will be visiting Harvard next week, and discussing this paper is a chance for us to better understand the work before his talk on Thursday. Jiahua's thoughts on the paper are:... Read more about ClimaTea Journal Club
This week Marena Lin will be presenting on Day et al. (2015), "Coupling of South and East Asian Monsoon Precipitation in July-August." Her thoughts on this topic are:... Read more about ClimaTea Journal Club
This week Marty Singh will be discussing Shaw and Voigt (2015) "Tug of war on summertime circulation between radiative forcing and sea surface warming." Here are his thoughts on the paper:... Read more about ClimaTea Journal Club