Summer School Recap

As I was deleting photos from my camera I found a couple from the summer school itself.  I did not take these photos, seeing as I am a good student and was paying attention, so I asked a professor if he would do the honors.

Here Christina Karamperidou presents on her work which focuses on characterizing ENSO diversity using many methods including mapping climate through dynamic modeling.  This was built off of her previous work which focussed on determining the predictability of the ENSO phenomenon itself.

Here Christina Karamperidou presents on her work which focuses on characterizing ENSO diversity using many methods including mapping climate through dynamic modeling. This was built off of her previous work which focussed on determining the predictability of the ENSO phenomenon itself.

Here Stella Dafka (student) and her group present their findings and predictions for future Mediterranean climate.  This part of the course was unique because students were able to take what they learned over the past 9 days and apply it to their personal research and then present that to the rest of the student body and professors.  Here Stella is focusing her talk on the movement of air masses in the Mediterranean and the expansion of the Hadley Cell and dry zones.  Wet get wetter, dry get drier...

Here Stella Dafka (student) and her group present their findings and predictions for future Mediterranean climate. This part of the course was unique because students were able to take what they learned over the past 9 days and apply it to their personal research and then present that to the rest of the student body and professors. Here Stella is focusing her talk on the movement of air masses in the Mediterranean and the expansion of the Hadley Cell and dry zones. Wet get wetter, dry get drier…

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