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To understand climate changes, from the snowball Earth to future climates   Paleoclimate records show that the climate of the Earth has dramatically changed in the past. To be able to represent such variations in climate models, we have to understand the mechanisms behind.
Climate Modeling
Extreme Events : Statistics, Impacts & Regionalization
The “Extremes-Statistics-Impacts-Regionalization” (ESTIMR) team The “Extremes-Statistics-Impacts-Regionalization” (ESTIMR) team has for main objectives the understanding and the modelling of the climate and environmental variability at various spatial scales – from very large structures related to the atmospheric dynamics, to very local phenomena – and at various temporal scales – for the study of past climates, present processes and future climate evolutions.
This team, putting together members of the BIOMAC, ABC3 and CLIM teams, aims to bring together scientists working on the components of the climate system (atmosphere, oceans, continents) and more specifically on their interactions via a set of processes: physical, biogeochemical and chemical.
Modelling the Earth Response to Multiple Anthropogenic Interactions and Dynamics
Scientific Computing (to be translated)
Les recherches effectuées au sein du thème "Modélisation" concernent la modélisation des climats passé, présent et futur, et la modélisation des cycles biogéochimiques.
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