Laboratoire d'Océanographie et du Climat
LOCEAN is a joint research unit, overseen by the Pierre and Marie Curie University, the National Museum of Natural History, the National Center for Scientific Research and the Research Institute for Development. It has around 150 people, nearly two-thirds of whom are researchers, teacher-researchers, doctoral and post-doctoral students and one-third of technicians and administrative staff.
Laboratoire d'Océanographie et du Climat & JPI Climate
Call for Climate Services Collaborative Research action on Climate Predictability and Inter-regional Linkages
Climate Services aim at providing more reliable climate information for the near future (months to decades) relevant for local and regional users. Within this broad context, variability of polar and tropical systems affects a large proportion of the world population. This call with the Belmont Forum aimed to contribute to the overall challenge of developing climate services with a focus on inter-regional linkages role in climate variability and predictability. Eight multi-national projects have been selected for funding through this call.
Climate science for oceans
JPI Climate & JPI Oceans Joint Transnational Call on the Next Generation Climate Science in Europe for Oceans
Oceans play a key role in the climate system and are also affected by climate change. As confirmed by the IPCC special report on ocean and cryosphere, ocean dynamics are a major modulator of weather and climate including future trends and extremes. However, there are still uncertainties in the understanding and quantification of key climate-ocean interactions and the ocean’s buffering capacities for absorbing heat and CO2. This joint call aims to address these uncertainties.
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