Climate Change Committments resulting from the Paris Agreement
At EGU last week, I joined a panel to give a press conference on "Historical responsibilities and climate impacts of the Paris agreement". The other members of the panel were Mario Krapp, Erwan Monier, Robert DeConto, and Michiel Schaeffer. You can watch the stream here.
Anthropogenic forcing dominates sea-level rise
In a paper published in Nature Climate Change, we demonstrate that anthropogenic forcing is the dominant cause of sea-level rise since about 1970. In the first half of the 20th century, only about 15 % of sea-level rise were of anthropogenic origin, but human emissions caused about 70 % of sea-level rise between 1970 and 2005. Read the original article here: Aimée Slangen et al., 2016. A News...
Ben receives IUGG award
Ben Marzeion will receive the Early Career Scientist Award from the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) in 2015. The price is awarded once every four years for "outstanding research in Earth and Space Sciences and for their international research cooperation". Ben is the recipient in the field of climatology.
News coverage of UNESCO heritage paper
The publication of our paper on the impacts of long term sea-level rise on the UNESCO cultural world heritage lead to world-wide news coverage, including the title story for the Austrian news magazine Echo.
UNESCO heritage paper featured in Nature and Nature Climate Change
The ERL paper on the impacts of sea-level rise on the cultural world heritage was highlighted both in Nature (http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v507/n7493/full/507403f.html) and Nature Climate Change (http://www.nature.com/nclimate/journal/v4/n4/full/nclimate2189.html).
Cryosphere paper featured in Nature
Our recent paper on the equilibrium response and sensitivities of global glaciers to climate change, published in The Cryopshere (see here), was featured today by Nature as a research highlight.
I'll present the trial lecture of my habilitation procedure on Wednesday, October 30, on "Glaciers between Little Ice Age and Anthropocene - Causes of the Global Meltdown".
Talk and Discussion at PLANET'13
Ben Marzeion gave a talk and joined the discussion at PLANET'13, the 13th international jamboree of the scouts and guides of Upper Austria.
Barack Obama tweeted our recent PNAS paper
See here: https://twitter.com/BarackObama/status/362595604385370113
Press coverage of the recent paper in PNAS
The publication of the paper Levermann et al. (2013), The multimillennial sea-level commitment of global warming, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (see here for a download of the pdf) has lead to national and international media coverage. In Austria, Ben Marzeion was interviewed on the national public radio news, and made the front page of the Tiroler Tageszeitung.