PI of the AMOC 26N project (RAPID-AMOC)
Observing changes in the AMOC is important for understanding decadal climate variability and change.
The RAPID array across the Atlantic at 26°N has now observed the AMOC continuously for 18 years.
OptimESM: Optimal High-Resolution Earth System Models for Exploring Future Climate changes
The primary goal of OptimESM is to develop the next generation of ESMs, bringing together increased model resolution and process realism, and to deliver long-term climate projections that better support policy and societal needs, providing guidance on regional climate change at different levels of global warming, the risk of abrupt Earth system changes at these warming levels and the regional impacts arising from such events.
WP1.4 lead of ACSIS (North Atlantic Climate System: Integrated Study)
Explain and predict changes in the North Atlantic Climate System
NOC PI of BLUE ACTION: Arctic Impact on Weather and Climate
Blue-Action will provide fundamental and empirically-grounded, executable science that quantifies and explains the role of a changing Arctic in increasing predictive capability of weather and climate of the Northern Hemisphere.
ORCHESTRA (Ocean Regulation of Climate through Heat and Carbon Sequestration and Transports)
Improve our ability to measure, understand and predict the circulation of the Southern Ocean and its role in the global climate
MASSMO2: Computational Fluid Dynamics studies of the flows around autonomous underwater vehicles
The potential applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) in the study of fluid flow around autonomous underwater vehicles is investigated.
Report available: Flow distortion around underwater gliders and impacts on sensor measurements: a pilot study using large-eddy simulations