USC Climate Dynamics Lab

  1.     Climate is never at rest, neither are we. Our lab investigates how climate changes on timescales comparable to a human lifetime (decades to centuries) and why it does so. We do this through a variety of approaches, relying on both physical and statistical models to construct a logically-coherent picture of such low-frequency climate variations, the bassline of the climate soundtrack. For more details, check out our research page. For more informal rantings about all things climate, check our blog.

Lab News

  1. Feb 11, 2013: Sylvia presents her modeling work at the PAGES Young Scientist Meeting in Goa, India.

  2.   Feb 8, 2013: Julien talks about “Paleoclimate constraints on ENSO statistics” at the US CLIVAR meeting in Boulder, CO.  PDF available here.

  3.   Dec 3 - 7, 2012:  Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union. Posters by Sylvia, Jianghao & Julien. Talk by Julien here