Global ocean modelling and the NZESM: What’s happening below the surface?
Virtual hui – 30 May, 2018 12:30pm
With Erik Behrens (NIWA)
The oceans are the largest ecosystem on our planet, with complex physical and bio-geochemical interaction between the atmosphere, sea ice and ice shelves. Oceans are the main storage for human-produced heat and carbon. At the same, oceans have the ability to redistribute heat and carbon both across large distances and over time, which makes them the key component in the climate system.
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Room 411, Law Building