07/11/2017The scientific programmer will contribute to the further development and maintenance of a regional climate model (RCA-GUESS), a global Earth system model (EC-EARTH), a dynamic vegetation/ecosystem model (LPJ-GUESS) and other models used within MERGE.
24/03/2017Åsa have been selected as a Lead Author for the writing of the Methodology Report entitled “2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories”.
Post Doc - Modelling and analysis of atmospheric organic aerosols - from canopy to globe - at Chalmers
11/01/2017There will be a new postdoctoral position in Modelling and analysis of atmospheric organic aerosols - from canopy to globe. The position will be at Chalmers, Global Environmental Measurements and Modelling, Department of Earth and Space Sciences.
09/01/2017Ullrika Sahlin, Researcher at the Centre for Environmental and Climate Research, CEC, has been awarded Richard J. Burk Outstanding Service Award for her work in the field of risk analyses.
03/11/2016Deliang Chen, MERGE/BECC researcher and August Röhss Professor at the University of Gothenburg, has been recently appointed chairman of the nomination committee for the Stockholm Water Prize by the Board of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
24/10/2016A part of the vision of MERGE is interaction with stakeholders and making our work relevant to actions of mitigation. This is the topic of this autumn meeting where guests and MERGE participants share their experiences with outreach and stakeholder contact. Welcome to the MERGE Autumn Meeting on November 21-22 in Helsingborg - last day to sign up is October 30.
20/10/2016MERGE PhD student Thanh Le will defend his PhD thesis "Causal links of past climate change in Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 climate models" on Friday the 21 October. On Thursday the 20 October a minisymposium on climate dynamics and the climate of the past millennium is held. Welcome!
20/09/2016Meet new guest researcher Professor Simon Clegg, University of East Anglia (U.K.) and University of California, Davis (U.S.A.). His main research focus is on the fundamental physical chemistry of atmospheric aerosol particles, and on the development of chemical speciation models of seawater and other natural waters. Simon is working with MERGE until the end of November.
08/08/2016Welcome to a workshop to find strategies and fruitful pathways for the future aerosol related work in MERGE, August 22-24 in Gothenburg.
23/06/2016A new MERGE newsletter has just been sent out. Check it out and sign up here!