Despite the crucial role Polar Regions play in balancing the global climate system, there are still critical knowledge gaps regarding the impact of polar climate processes on multiple scales and how they are evolving with our changing global climate. PolarRES studies the interactions between the atmosphere, oceans, and sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctic. By understanding these processes and interactions along with their innovative storylines approach, PolarRES assesses how to make climate projections in the Polar Regions more reliable for assessing social and environmental impacts of climate change.
ImpactsPolarRES utilises novel storylines to project the impacts of climate change on the Polar environment and society. These storylines are connected to global climate change to better understand the changing Arctic and Antarctic climate, and the risk to the Polar environment. The response of the Polar environment to these storylines will vary by hemisphere and their individual dynamics.
31 January 2023
Young researchers in the spotlight: Ryan Williams
We are writing profiles on early career researchers to make our younger scientists and their research more visible. It’s your turn in the spotlight!Read more
7 December 2022
PolarRES at COP27
Several PolarRES researchers participated in the crucial conversations regarding our cryosphere at COP27.Read more
29 November 2022
CMIP6 Bootcamp at Søminestationen
From 10-20 October 2022, several PolarRES researchers attended the CMIP6 Bootcamp ,co-organised by PolarRES and CLIVAR/CliC Northern Oceans, to learn how to work with CMIP6 data, how to use the data in conjunction with other datasets, and how to contribute to several publications resulting from the bootcamp.Read more
- 17.02.2023 – 24.02.2023
ASSW 2023 Science Symposium: Session on Atmosphere-Ocean-Sea Ice Interaction in the Polar Climate System
The ASSW session on Atmosphere-Ocean-Sea Ice interaction in the Polar Climate System will focus on recent advances in our understanding of atmosphere-ocean-sea ice interactions, as well as new tools and datasets that can help close knowledge gaps in this area.Read more