News

  • Our Common Future Under Climate Change

    21/07/2015 Research

    Distintos trabajos científicos del proyecto ClimaDat han sido presentados en la conferencia previa a la COP21 de Paris.

  • Immunity and climate in African malaria

    29/06/2015 Research

    A new study shows the high relevance of asymptomatic individuals for malaria propagation and clarifies the role of climate in endemic and epidemic settings in Africa.

  • El Niño Forecast for 2014

    24/07/2014 Research

    The El Niño Southern Oscillation is a recurring climate event in the tropical Pacific Ocean with a period of between 2 and 7 years. It is a coupled phenomenon of sea surface temperatures and zonal wind anomalies in the equatorial Pacific. ENSO has a far-reaching effect and leads to extensive rainfall and floods or anomalous droughts in certain regions of the globe, thus affecting local agriculture.Therefore, its prediction is important and it is the subject of extensive research.

  • Kawasaki Disease: Road to discovery

    02/04/2014 Research

    Two IC3 scientists - the PhD student Desislava Petrova and the post-doctoral scientist Joan Ballester - from the Climate Dynamics and Impacts Unit attended the Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM 2014) at the Hawai‘i Convention Center on February 23rd – 28th.

    
    						

  • Ocean Sciences Meeting 2014

    23/02/2014 Research

    Two IC3 scientists - the PhD student Desislava Petrova and the post-doctoral scientist Joan Ballester - from the Climate Dynamics and Impacts Unit attended the Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM 2014) at the Hawai‘i Convention Center on February 23rd – 28th.

  • Climate change: The forecast for 2018 is clou

    11/07/2013 Research

    FranciscoDoblas Reyes, one of our researchers discussed in this article, published in Nature News, about new models of short-term climate prediction.

  • Nature Climate Change paper on Global Warming

    07/04/2013 Research

    Today Nature Climate Change has published a paper on the recent global warming slowdown and its connection with ocean heat uptake, authored by IC3 researchers.

  • Young Scientist Travel Award for IC3

    03/09/2012 Research

    Virginie Guemas, postdoctoral scientist specialised in seasonal to decadal climate prediction at IC3, participated in the ECMWF Annual Seminar 2012 together with other renowned researchers thanks to this grant from the European Meteorological Society.

  • Nature article on thawing Arctic & emissions

    29/08/2012 Research

    Today Nature has published an article on the carbon release from collapsing coastal permafrost in Arctic Siberia in its online edition, co-authored by IC3's postdoctoral researcher Laura Sánchez-García.

  • Greenhouse-gas emissions from tropical dams

    25/05/2012 Research

    Salvador Pueyo's recent research results on emissions caused by hydroelectrical dams, resulting from a collaboration with the National Institute for Research in Amazonia, have been published in Nature Climate Change.