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Jonny Williams Deep South Challenge Seminar #2
Understanding climate change through the NZ earth system model (NZESM)

“The development of the NZESM is a game changer for New Zealand science. Although there’s a long history of weather prediction and climate modelling here, it’s only with the realisation of the Deep South Challenge that true earth system modelling research can take place for the first time.” —Dr Jonny Williams on the NZ earth system model

In the second of the Deep South Challenge seminar series, Jonny will introduce us to climate and earth system modelling, show how the NZESM fits within the Deep South Challenge and discuss how the NZESM contributes to understanding our climate future. Jonny is part of the Challenge-funded core research project, Establishing a New Zealand Earth System Modelling Capability, and is lead author of a recent paper about the NZESM published in Weather and Climate, the journal of the NZ Meteorological Society.

Come along to find out more about the NZESM and how it might be useful for your own work. There’ll be plenty of time for questions. If you missed our first seminar with Pat Langhorne, you can catch up on our YouTube channel here.

Physical locations:

NIWA Wellington: Conference Room
Contact lucy.jacob@niwa.co.nz

NIWA Lauder
Contact Richard.Querel@niwa.co.nz

Victoria University of Wellington: Room AM101
Contact Lorraine.Taylor@vuw.ac.nz

University of Canterbury: Law Building, Room 411
Contact wolfgang.rack@canterbury.ac.nz

University of Otago: Building Room 229 in the Science III building (2nd floor)
Contact fmontiel@maths.otago.ac.nz

CSIRO Aspendale (VIC, Australia)
Contact Matthew.Woodhouse@csiro.au

We encourage you to set up your own hub and bring friends and colleagues together to participate in the seminar. Email lucy.jacob@niwa.co.nz with any questions.

Jul 6, 2017 12:00 PM in Auckland, Wellington

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