Author Archives: Stefan Keiderling

About Stefan Keiderling

I have just finished my master degree in meteorology at the University of Bergen. My thesis was about low level jet streams at the ice edge, which was a nice combination of my research interests, atmospheric dynamics and polar regions.

Low Level Jets at the Ice Edge

What are ice edge jets and why should we care? The ice edge is the border between the sea ice and the open ocean (Figure 1), and jets are bands of high wind speeds in the atmosphere. Earlier studies showed … Continue reading

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