Posted in 2015

Our group goes to AGU!

Our climate dynamics group will shortly be traveling to San Francisco to share some recent research and catch up with all our colleagues at the AGU Fall Meeting 2015!

Here are abstract numbers and links for all our contributions:

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Brian Rose receives NSF Career grant

I am very pleased to announce that I have received a 5-year grant from the National Science Foundation under their Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER).

The grant is entitled CAREER: Understanding the role of oceans in the planetary energy budget. It will provide critical support for our group’s work studying the connections ocean heat uptake and transport and atmospheric processes (dynamical, radiative, hydrological) controlling the top-of-atmosphere radiation balance.

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New website design

Welcome to my brand-new website!

I created this site using Jekyll and the Freshman21 theme by Lijia Yu (nice work, Lijia!). The raw sources for the website are on github.

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New paper submitted

New paper submitted to Journal of Climate: The vertical structure of tropospheric water vapor: comparing radiative and ocean-driven climate changes, by Rose and Rencurrel.

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Welcome Lance Rayborn

Graduate student Lance Rayborn has joined our group. Lance will be working on understanding links between ocean heat uptake and cloud feedback under global warming scenarios.

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First public release of climlab

I am very pleased to announce the first public release of climlab: a Python-based toolkit for process-oriented climate modeling. See code page for more details.

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Public lecture at MCLA

I gave an invited public lecture on the fundamental science of climate change at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts: “What Sets the Temperature of the Earth?”. This was part of MCLA’s Green Living Seminar Series. A podcast of my talk is available here.

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Waterbelts paper accepted

“Waterbelts” paper accepted for publication in JGR. And here it is.

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