#19 Topic: Challenges in climate modeling
Lecturer: Annette Rinke
New date: Monday, September 5, 2022 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
The lecture will discuss a few aspects of the progress in climate modeling, in particular with respect to horizontal resolution and complexity. This includes some of the fundamental challenge in climate science, such as the mismatch between actionable and provided spatial information and parameterizations. Different ways to arrive at and examples of high resolution simulations and related challenges will be presented. Challenges of model complexity, for example in simulations of coupled atmosphere-ice-ocean systems are briefly discussed too.