Author Archives: Aleksi Nummelin

About Aleksi Nummelin

I am PhD student in climate dynamics at the Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen. My main research interest is how the climate change affects ocean dynamics and vice versa in different time scales. My research is based on model studies with idealised column models as well as full 3D climate models.

Small talk – the model way

This snack is hopefully the first in a series  discussing the uncertainties and errors in climate simulations. I feel this important topic is often misunderstood by public and even by scientists, but it is of great importance when trying to … Continue reading

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Norway and the USA: two countries, two cultures – one science?

This post is co-authored by Hella and Aleksi both PhD students at UiB. Hella is currently visiting at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) for the whole spring while Aleksi just got a glimpse of the work and life around the NYC. … Continue reading

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