CliSAP successfully finished in 2018. Climate research continues in the Cluster of Excellence "CLICCS".
  1. 15.10.2010

    SICSS-Master starts its second round

    They come from Asia, North America and Europe: Eleven new students will be starting in the international SICSS Master’s Program at the KlimaCampus this winter semester. The Bachelors all have received excellent grades in the natural sciences and are thus well prepared for the two year course in...

  2. 08.10.2010

    Ocean Atlas of the Atlantic now online

    Viktor Gouretski from the Integrated Climate Data Centre (ICDC) of the KlimaCampus has now made 86 hydrographic charts of the Atlantic available in the Web. The ocean charts show parameters such as temperature, salinity, oxygen, nutrients and density for depths from 200 meters down to the sea floor...

  3. 07.10.2010

    North German Clusters of Excellence meet at the KlimaCampus

    1st Day: PhD Students’ Meeting

    The graduate schools of the North German Clusters of Excellence want to meet more frequently in the future, as the PhD students from Bremen, Kiel and Hamburg decided at their kick-off conference at the KlimaCampus. The meeting from the 4th to 6th of October was...

  4. 06.10.2010

    Conference on Media and Climate Change: from the global to the regional

    How do the media treat the topic climate change? What are the differences in reporting from country to country? How does the character of the reporting change over time? On the 11th and 12th of October, international media scientists will meet at the KlimaCampus Conference „Communicating Climate...

  5. 21.09.2010

    New award for Klaus Fraedrich

    Prof. Dr. Klaus Fraedrich received the Alfred Wegener Medal for 2010 of the German Meteorological Society (DMG). For the Head of the research group "Theoretical Meteorology" of the University of Hamburg, this is the second award in this year.

  6. 10.09.2010

    Presenting KlimaCampus in the Europa Passage

    The KlimaCampus is taking part in the Hamburger Klimawoche (Hamburg Climate Week) from the 20th to the 26th of September in the Europa Passage for the second time. This time the stand will be shared with the German Climate Computing Centre, the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology and the Climate...

  7. 01.09.2010

    Köppen Award 2010 goes to Dr. Julia Pongratz

    Excellent: The Wladimir Peter Köppen Award of the KlimaCampus for this year will be presented to Dr. Julia Pongratz for her dissertation, in which she shows that humans already influenced climate long before industrialization. She carried out her work at the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology...

  8. 01.09.2010

    New project group investigates Asian monsoon

    Scientists of the Institute for Biogeochemistry and Marine Chemistry of the University of Hamburg are now investigating the Indian monsoon climate of the past 10,000 years. The objective is to gain a better understanding and prediction capability based on a reconstruction of past climate.