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International Summer School on Global Greenhouse Gases

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We are organising a summer school on 16-23 August 2015, aimed at advanced PhD students and post-doctoral researchers in the natural sciences who want to develop a solid understanding of the role of key greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the Earth system and the processes that govern their dynamics in the atmosphere, ocean and biosphere.

The residential course for 20-25 participants will be based at the University of Edinburgh and comprises a combination of lectures, practical exercise, seminars and field/lab work, organised by international experts in oceanography, atmospheric science and terrestrial biogeochemistry,

More details can be found on the website of the Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Feedback Programme.

EarthTemp session at EGU 2015

In 2015, I again organise a session on measuring the surface temperatures of Earth at the General Assembly of the European Geoscientific Union (EGU) on 12-17 April 2015 in Vienna. It continues the session that we have offered successfully in the last two years. Abstracts can be submitted through the EGU website; the deadline is 7 January.

Greenhouse Gas Townhall Meeting, 7-8 Jan. 2015

Within the Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Feedback Programme we are organising a 'Greenhouse Gas Townhall Meeting' at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton on 7th-8th January 2015.

End of Species - 18-25 August 2014

"End of species" is a monologue by Australian artist Richard Pettifer, arranged by ASCUS, the art-science collaborative, every day from 18th to 25th August 2014 at 8pm in Summerhall, interweaving his journey over land from Australia to Germany with Charles Darwin's famous journey. After the monologue, Richard had a "fireside chat" with a climate scientist - that was me.

EarthTemp session at EGU 2014 - programme online

The programme for the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) in Vienna is now online. Our EarthTemp session on "Taking the temperature of the Earth", continuing last year's highly successful session, has been scheduled for Tuesday, 29. April 2014, at 10:30-12:00.

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