Herbst Semester 2021 - Montags, 16.15, Hörsaal B5, Sidlerstrasse 5, 3012 Bern


Speaker and Title
27.09.2021 Dr. Gian-Kasper Plattner, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Birmenstorf
The state of the climate -- highlights from the latest IPCC report
04.10.2021 No seminar
11.10.2021 Dr. Anne Moreé, Climate and Environmental Physics, University of Bern
Global impact of changing temperature and O2 on marine species
18.10.2021 Prof. Ansgar Kahmen, Physiological Plant Ecology, Environmental Sciences, University of Basel
Physiological responses of temperate forest trees to recent summer droughts
25.10.2021 Prof. Julia Schmale, Extreme Environments Research Laboratory, EPFL, Sion
Arctic Aerosol Processes: Insights from long-term efforts and the recent MOSAiC expedition
PD Dr. Erich Fischer, Institute of Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zürich
Understanding and quantifying very rare extremes
08.11.2021 Prof. Edouard Davin, Wyss Academy for Nature, University of Bern
The role of nature-based solutions in climate change adaptation and mitigation
15.11.2021 Prof. Michi Lehning, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, Davos
Very high resolution snow and meteorological modelling and how it is used to understand and help climate
22.11.2021 No seminar: Zibelemärit
29.11.2021 Prof. em. Ingeborg Levin, Institute of Environmental Physics, University of Heidelberg
222Radon as a tracer for atmospheric research: Potential and limitations
06.12.2021 Dr. Jörg Lippold, Institute of Earth Sciences, University of Heidelberg
The AMOC of the last Glacial – News on an old question
13.12.2021 Prof. Daniela Domeisen, Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics, University of Lausanne, and Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zurich
Remote contributions to subseasonal atmospheric predictability
20.12.2021 No seminar

Universitätsangehörige sind eingeladen persönlich teilzunehmen unter Berücksichtigung der Unibe COVID Regelungen.
Am Seminar kann auch online auf Zoom teilgenommen werden.