TiPACCs at COP26

TiPACCs researcher Prof. Ricarda Winkelmann gave an excellent presentation during the COP26 meeting. You can re-watch her presentation, together with the other ice sheet related presentations in the COP26 side…

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TiPACCs video on Ocean tipping point released

Our second video explains the science and relevance of studying Antarctic southern ocean tipping points:  1. Antarctica is currently protected from the warmest waters of the Southern Ocean by a shield of…

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Southern Ocean sea surface temperatures over the last 200,000 years

To help improve projections of future ice sheet melting and sea level rise, we sometimes study past warm periods. One of these past warm periods is the last interglacial (LIG: ∼130…

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TiPACCs contributions at the EGU General Assembly 2021

The EGU General Assembly is Europe’s largest annual conference on geosciences.   This year all scientific sessions will be in a virtual PICO format, meaning that there will be an overview…

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Elmer/Ice beginner course, November 2020

In November 2020 took place a new beginner Elmer/Ice course. Due to the covid crisis, the course was held online during two weeks, in place of the previous 2 or…

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Tipping points in Antarctica

As Antarctica’s mass loss increases, the threat of crossing tipping points both in the ice sheet and the surrounding Southern Ocean is increasing. These tipping points are central to the research…

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