First INTEXseas study published as EGU highlight article in WCD

We are happy to see our first INTEXseas article published as an EGU highlight article in the new EGU journal Weather and Climate Dynamics. Find a short description of our study on the “the substructure of extremely hot summers in the Northern Hemisphere” here and the paper here.

Mauro Hermann joins INTEXseas!

Mauro has recently finished his MSc at IAC ETH. Mauro intensively studied climate change in the Arctic during his MSc thesis (on the atmoshperic dynamics leading to Greenland melt events) but also as a member of the MOSAiC expedition. Mauro now joins the INTEXseas project as a PhD student. In INTEXseas, Mauro will investigate societal […]

Katharina Hartmuth joins the INTEXseas team!

   Katharina has recently finished her studies in earth sciences with emphasis on atmospheric and climate science at ETH Zürich. In her master’s thesis she analysed the role of cold (CAA) and warm air advection (WAA) for freshwater fluxes in the South Indian Ocean. Next to developing a climatology of strong CAA and WAA in […]

INTEXseas research being presented at HyMeX workshop in Split, Croatia

The extremely wet winter of 2009/2010 in the Mediterranean and its relationship with synoptic scale atmospheric circulation Emmanouil Flaounas will present some of his INTEXseas work at the HyMeX workshop in Split (23/5/2019). The abstract of Emmanouil’s poster presentation is included below. In this study, we analyse the atmospheric conditions that led to the anomalously […]

First INTEXseas results presented at EGU in Vienna

First INTEXseas results on ‘Defining extreme rainy seasons: methodology and insights into extremeness and persistence’ by Emmanouil Flaounas, Michael Sprenger and Heini Wernli will be presented his at EGU in Vienna as a poster presentation on Wednesday, 10 April at 14.00 in Hall X5, in the session ‘The atmospheric water cycle: processes, dynamics and characteristics’. […]