News

  1. 04.01.2012

    Multi-year prediction of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

    Climate scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) and Hamburg University’s Cluster of Excellence CliSAP have now shown for the first time that the strength of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation at 26.5 °N can be skillfully predicted for up to four years.

  2. 15.12.2011

    Anita Engels - member of the "European Green Capital ZEIT CONFERENCE" panel

    Taking "The Environment is our Future" as its theme, the city of Hamburg and the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT brought the European Green Capital of 2011 year to a fitting close on 12 December at the Hamburg Rathaus. Anita Engels, Professor of Sociology at Hamburg University and deputy spokesperson of...

  3. 06.12.2011

    Biology and physics in the model: Interview with Sebastian Sonntag

    The interview series "Climate research made in Hamburg" will this month be meeting CliSAP PhD student Sebastian Sonntag. Working at the Institute for Hydrobiology and Fisheries Science of the University of Hamburg, the physicist is developing coupled ocean ecosystem models. Sebastian Sonntag´s work...

  4. 30.11.2011

    Expertise on the Himalayan region in climate change concludes dialog forum

    South Asia was the focus of the fourth dialog forum on the topic of climate change and security on the 21st of November in the Foreign Ministry. In addition to the impacts of climate change for the Himalayan region, the participants discussed options for international support of initiatives to...

  5. 07.11.2011

    KlimaCampus researchers supply building blocks for EU project "Page 21"

    Today marks the launch of the EU project "Page 21", targeting climate related changes to arctic permafrost and their impact worldwide. Roughly a quarter of the land mass of the Northern Hemisphere is currently still permanently frozen. The permafrost has been a gigantic carbon pool for thousands of...

  6. 27.10.2011

    ICDC makes its new data product available

    The CliSAP-integrated Climate Data Center (ICDC) has completed its latest hydrographic data product. The WOHP (World Ocean Hydrographic Profiles) contains quality-controlled historical temperature and salinity profiles of the oceans of the world.