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Award Ceremony and Symposium for the Rossby Prize in Nordic Geophysics 2020

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences: Invitation to the Rossby Prize Symposium at Stockholm University, Tuesday November 16 at 13.15-16.30h

Last year, Professor Dorthe Dahl-Jensen (KU) was awarded the Rossby Prize in Nordic Geophysics 2020. The award ceremony will now be held at an open geoscientific symposium with the theme ”Ice on Earth – a marker for changes of climate” and an award lecture in the De Geer room at Stockholm University.

The event is open to the public and free of charge.

Register by November 11, 2021, at www.kva.se/rossbyprizesymposium

 

 

Rossby Prize in Nordic Geophysics 2020

Award Ceremony and Symposium

Date: 16 November 2021
Time: 13.15 – 16.30 h
Venue: De Geer room, GeoScience Building, Stockholm University
Svante Arrhenius väg 14 Stockholm (Frescati, subway: Universitetet)

13.15
Opening & the Rossby Prize ceremony

13.30
Looking into the ice - ice cores reveal the younger history of Earth
Dorthe Dahl-Jensen, Rossby laureate 2020, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Ice shelf fronts in Antarctica - dynamical anomalies that influence future sea level
Anna Wåhlin, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

14.50
Break with refreshments

Alpine glaciers at risk
Per Holmlund, Stockholm University, Sweden

Ice in a warming world – changes and impacts
Erik Kjellström, Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI), Norrköping, Sweden

16.30
End of the symposium

The event is open to the public and free of charge.

Register by November 11, 2021, at www.kva.se/rossbyprizesymposium