Tor EldevikA major effort comes to its conclusion – Christoph Heinze @BjerknesBCCR@Geofysen@UiB and international colleagues review state of knowledge wrt #Climate #Feedback.
ESD Reviews: Climate feedbacks in the Earth system and prospects for their evaluation
In a significant escalation, policymakers are seeking to undermine or discard research showing the most dire risks of inaction on climate change.
Tor EldevikHouston, we have a problem... "the director of the United States Geological Survey has ordered that scientific assessments project the impact of climate change through 2040, rather than through the end of the century, as had been done previously"
Professor Eystein Jansen ble fredag kveld tildelt Meltzers ærespris for fremragende forskning. Også Hans Fredrik Marthinussen, Selina Våge og Adrian Drazic ble hedret med Meltzerpriser.
Tor EldevikEystein Jansen, initiator and previous director @BjerknesBCCR - and still going strong, honored with UiB's prize for research excellence (Meltzer prize, only awarded every 5th year).
Congratulations, and thank you!
Job title: Postdoctoral Fellow within Climate Modelling (162131), Employer: University of Bergen, Deadline: Sunday, February 17, 2019
Tor EldevikCome join us in the beautiful city of Bergen - Postdoc Climate Modelling @Geofysen@BjerknesBCCR as part of the @nansenlegacy, an integrated assessment of climate and ecosystem change in the Barents Sea and Arctic, and the Bjerknes Climate Prediction Unit
Tor Eldevik"vi har et samfunnsansvar for å bruke vår kunnskap til å løse problemstillinger som angår verdens fattige" - enkelt og greit om det som både er akademisk og praktisk viktig fra Bente E. Moen og Senter for internasjonal helse @CihUib@UiB
Predicting fish stock variations on interannual to decadal time scales is one of the major issues in fisheries science and management. Although the field of marine ecological predictions is still in its infancy, it is understood that a major source...
Defining Earth’s resources as ‘natural capital’ is morally wrong, intellectually vacuous, and most of all counter-productive, says Guardian columnist George Monbiot
Tor Eldevik"Defining Earth’s resources as ‘natural capital’ is morally wrong, intellectually vacuous, and most of all counter-productive"
The UK government wants to put a price on nature – but that will destroy it | George Monbiot