NAVIS Presentations at EGU 2017

Monday, 24 Apr 2017 The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change (co-organized) OS1.2/AS1.20/CL1.29 Oral Presentations: Location: Room D2 Atlantic Water transformation in the Nordic Seas and its influence on the export rate of the Overflow Waters Yarisbel Garcia Quintana

ISNAO International Summer School

ISNAO International Summer School, July 6-12, 2017 ISNAO International Summer School will be held in Bonne Bay Marine Station, Western Newfoundland. The school will be focused on integrating knowledge about the Labrador Sea and Sub-Polar Gyre using an interdisciplinary perspective.

Post-doc opportunity – Delft University of Technology

Post-doc: Eddies & Sinking of Ocean Waters Department/faculty: Civil Engineering and Geosciences Level: PhD degree Working hours: 38 hours per week Contract: 2.5 years Salary: €3193 to €3427 per month gross Civil Engineering and Geosciences The Faculty of Civil Engineering

September Update

Upcoming events: Join NAVIS for the next webinar on Wednesday, October 14th at 10:00am EDT (3:00pm BST/4:00pm CEST). Jake Gebbie (WHOI) will give a Paleo perspective on AMOC. Mark your calendars! NAVIS and OSNAP are hosting a joint event at

August Update

Meetings this summer have provided an opportunity for NAVIS participants to meet up in person.  At IUGG in Prauge Fiamma Straneo organized a dinner (pictured here), and Alice Marzocchi organized dinner at RAPID in Southampton.  Alice reported “We had a really

IUGG

Later this month many NAVIS collaborators will be participating in the IUGG meeting (http://www.iugg2015prague.com/). The meeting will host a number of AMOC relevant sessions of which you will find a list below. Fri, June 26, 8:30am – 6:00pm P08 MOC

NAVIS at EGU

EGU provided an opportunity for student and early career participants in NAVIS to meet in person for the first time. Organized by Steering Committee members Pascale Lherminier and Gerard McCarthy, eight participants from NOCS, NERSC, UIB, and GEOMAR attended. NAVIS

WHOI Scientists Receive $11.6 Million to Measure Changes in Ocean Circulation

Ocean currents, in concert with the atmosphere, play a critical role in regulating Earth’s climate. Yet the complexities of how water is moved around the globe and the details of ocean circulation routes are little-understood critical components of the global

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