This joint meeting between ReCoVER and Past Earth Network is planned for Dartington Hall, Devon, UK on 29th and 30th June 2017. The meeting will look at a hierarchy of nonlinear models of past climate and will consider how global oscillations of climate variables are created (forced or internal) and may be "paced" by astronomical or other forcing. This adds to our understanding of how the climate system in general responds to forcing, which is relevant for projected future climate change.
Questions include: How is information moved up and down the hierarchy of models, and how can simple conceptual models be evaluated against more complex models and palaeoclimate data? Also,
Although the meeting size is strictly limited, we are happy to take expressions of interest from members of CliMathNet or PEN communities. Please write to Emily Paremain (University of Exeter) if you are interested in participating.
Invited speakers include:
Thursday 29th June 2017
Friday 30th June 2017
Organizers: Anna von der Heydt (Utrecht), Dave Camp (Cal Poly), Peter Ashwin (Exeter)