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About camille

I am an associate professor of atmospheric sciences at the Geophysical Institute, University of Bergen. My research is concerned with the large scale dynamics of the atmosphere and how its interactions with other components of the climate system (ocean, sea ice, land ice) drive climate variability over a wide range of time scales.

Resurfacing the ocean floor

The theory of plate tectonics is considered one of the true paradigm shifts in the natural sciences. It explains large-scale geologic changes by motions of the Earth’s lithosphere, which is made up of seven major tectonic plates and many minor … Continue reading

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