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Early-Stage Researcher at ECMWF (Reading, UK) focusing on linking large-scale weather patterns and severe warm events over Europe on the sub-seasonal scale. This is part of the of the MSCA-ITN project CAFE : Climate Advanced Forecasting of subseasonal Extremes http://www.cafes2se-itn.eu/
April 2019 - July 2019
Knowing the ice thickness distribution of a glacier is of fundamental importance for a number of applications, ranging from the planning of glaciological fieldwork to the assessments of future sea-level change. Across spatial scales, however, this knowledge is limited by the paucity and discrete character of available thickness observations. To obt...
Fram Strait is a hot spot of Arctic cold air outbreaks (CAOs), which typically occur within the northerly flow associated with a strong low tropospheric east-west pressure gradient between Svalbard and Greenland. This study investigates the processes in the inner Arctic that thermodynamically precondition air masses associated with CAOs south of Fr...
To contribute to the improvement of the sub-seasonal predictability of extreme weather events. CAFE is a Marie S. Curie Innovative-Training-Network (ITN) Project funded by the EU. Website: http://www.cafes2se-itn.eu