Welcome to the Climate change, atmosphere-land-ocean processes and extremes group (IDL RG1)

The Climate change, atmosphere-land-ocean processes and extremes group focuses on the different components of the Atmosphere and Ocean, namely on dynamical processes of the atmosphere and ocean and their interactions, as well as climate change and variability. Emphasis on coupled dynamics and inter-annual scales in the North Atlantic Basin and in Eastern Boundary systems is given within the group’s research. Moreover, weather driven hazards and paleoclimatology are also important lines of research. Applied research is also carried out, mainly on the following topics: ocean margin processes, renewable energy, climate services and remote sensing. The group also largely contributes to regional and global Climate studies, and Earth-System model development, participating in various international initiatives.

    Vieira I., Russo A., Trigo R.M., 2020: Identifying Local-Scale Weather Forcing Conditions Favorable to Generating Iberia’s Largest Fires . Forests 11(5), 547

    Páscoa P., Gouveia C.M., Kurz-Besson C., 2020: A Simple Method to Identify Potential Groundwater-Dependent Vegetation Using NDVI MODIS. Forests 11(2), 147

    Péres W.E., Ribeiro A. F. S., Russo A., Nunes B., 2020: The Association between Air Temperature and Mortality in Two Brazilian Health Regions. Climate 8 (1): 16

    Geirinhas J.L., Russo A., Libonati R., Trigo R.M., Castro L. C. O., Peres L. F., Magalhães M. A. F. M., Nunes B., 2020: Heat-related mortality at the beginning of the twenty-first century in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. International Journal of Biometeorology

    Russo A., Sousa P.M., Durão R.M. Ramos A.M., Salvador P., Linares C., Diaz J., Trigo R.M., 2020: Saharan dust intrusions in the Iberian Peninsula: Predominant synoptic conditions. Science of the Total Environment, 717, 137041, doi: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.137041

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