9th Baltic Earth Summer School on “Climate of the Baltic Sea region”
Furthermore, the course will deal with coupled atmosphere-ocean climate models, climate change, the greenhouse gas effect and other drivers of regional climate, dynamical downscaling, and the variability of circulation and regional climate. We will also study the possible impact of climate change on the marine ecosystem including biogeochemical cycles.
With the help of teachers from several disciplines, a holistic Earth System approach will be presented although the main focus of the course is on the physical aspects of changing climate. In addition to lectures, tutorials, exercises and literature studies the course will give the students the opportunity to discuss the learned topics further during group exercises.
Travel from Stockholm to Askö by bus and boat on 21 August and return on 28 August.
Costs: Accommodation and all meals are provided free of charge on Askö. Travel costs will not be reimbursed but limited funds are available and applications for travel support are welcome together with your application (please add a brief motivation).
Credits: 3 ECTS for the successful participation (exam) in the course.
Applications: This school is primarily intended for master students in geosciences and associated fields.
Please use our application tool on this website: https://www.io-warnemuende.de/bess-application.html
Also provide your contact, a motivation letter (max. 1 page), a short CV (max. 2 pages) and a recommendation letter from your supervisor.
extended deadline for applications: 15th May 2023.
Successful candidates will be notified in June 2023.
Berit Recklebe, Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW)