Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group

News

  • August 2018: Congratulations to Patricia DePepentigny, who passed the ATOC COMPS1 exam!
  • April 2018: Congratulations to Patricia DePepentigny, who was awarded NSERC and FQRNT PhD fellowships and the CMOS student supplement award!
  • April 2018: A new article by A. Jahn was published in Nature Climate Change, on the "Reduced probability of ice-free summers for 1.5 °C compared to 2 °C warming" https://www.nature.com/articles/s41558-018-0127-8
  • February 2018: Kerrie Dochen graduated from CU and now works at Ball Aerospace. Congrats!
  • January 2018: Welcome to Clara Burgard, who is visiting the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group for 2 month.
  • November 2017: Congratulations to Abigail Ahlert, who passed the ATOC COMPS2 exam! 
  • August 2017: Congratulations to Aaron Schroeder and Rory Laiho, who passed the ATOC COMPS1 exam! 
  • August 2017: Graduate Student Patricia DePepentigny joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group. Welcome Patricia!
  • May 2017: Kerrie Dochen joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group as undergraduate researcher. Welcome Kerrie!
  • January 2017: Graduate Student Aaron Schroeder joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group. Aaron will be working on isotope modeling of the ocean for the LGM and the more recent past. Welcome Aaron!
  • December 2016: A new article co-authored by A. Jahn on the impact of Arctic gateway closure during the warm climate of the Pliocene 3 million years ago was published in GRL: Otto-Bliesner, B. L., A. Jahn, R. Feng, E. C. Brady, A. Hu, M. Löfverström (2016), Arctic Gateways and a stronger Atlantic Ocean conveyor during the Pliocene, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, doi: 10.1002/2016GL071805
  • August 2016: A new Arcticle by A. Jahn and co-authors on the predictability of an ice-free Arctic has been published in GRL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2016GL070067/abstract
  • August 2016: Congratulations to Abigail Ahlert, who passed the ATOC COMPS1 exam!
  • April 2016: Congratulations to Abigail Ahlert, who was awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship!
  • January 2016: Graduate Student Rory Laiho joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group. Rory will be working on Arctic freshwater dynamics. Welcome Rory!
  • September 2015: Abigail Ahlert joined the Polar and Paleoclimate Modeling Research Group. Abigail will be working on assessing Arctic sea ice simulations by developing sea ice emulators in climate models. Welcome Abby!

Contact Information

(Phone) 303 735-3352