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Une publication dans l'International Journal of Climatology

Katabata project's scientific model validated by Southern Greenland surveys

The data sent by the three weather stations installed in July 2020 validate the climate simulations and the wind energy contribution envisioned by the researchers from the University of Liege.

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Le destin de l’Antarctique sur un fil, ou le double rôle des nuages dans le réchauffement climatique

The Conversation

Chistoph Kittel, ancien chercheur au laboratoire de climatologie de l'ULiège, explique le double rôle des nuages dans le réchauffement climatique particulièrement en Antarctique.

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A publication in Nature Communications

Observing the winds over Greenland is key to improving global sea level rise forecasts

New research published in the journal Nature Communications shows that d hanges in high-latitude winds play a key role in the recent acceleration of Greenland's ice loss.

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A publication in The Cryopshere

Reducing the melting of the Greenland ice sheet using solar geoengineering?

A study conducted by ULiège climatologists using the MAR climate model looks at the feasibility and impact of using such technologies.

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A publication in Nature

Limit global warming to 1.5°C and halve the land ice contribution to sea level this century

A new study in which Xavier Fettweis, director of the Climatology Laboratory, participated and which used the MAR model.

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A publication in Geophysical Research Letters

Global warming could lead to the melting of more than a third of Antarctic ice shelves

Data collected using the MAR climate model developed at ULiège indicate that this could happen as early as the end of this century, or even earlier.

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A publication in Nature Communications

The melting of the Greenland ice sheet could lead to a sea level rise of 18 cm in 2100!

This has been demonstrated by a new study in which many researchers from the ULiège Laboratory of Climatology participated and which used the MAR climate model.

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Conférence

Points de non-retour des calottes polaires

Et hausse du niveau des mers

Conférence en ligne de Xavier FETTWEIS dans le cadre du cycle « L’Océan à travers les temps : mécanismes d’une épopée passionnante perturbée par l’Homme » au Collège Royal de Belgique.

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KATABATA project: the three stations installed

The first data transmitted by the stations tend to confirm the intuition of the ULiège researchers ... impressive winds !

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A publication in The Cryopshere

Sea level rise is expected to reach at least 38 centimeters in 2100!

This is demonstrated by a new study conducted by NASA and in which researchers from the ULiège Climatology Laboratory participated.

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