It is vital for research projects, particularly those funded through the public such as the EU Framework Programme 7, to communicate and disseminate their aims, ongoing work, and results. We want anyone with an interest in how climate projections are made and how they can be improved to be able to keep up to date with the exciting research going on under the EMBRACE project.
Therefore we have, and will continue to, produce information leaflets throughout the lifetime of the project.
The third leaflet provides an overview of what Global Climate Models used in the EMBRACE project can tell us about future changes in rainfall patterns. You can download the leaflet by clicking on the image below; French, German and Swedish versions are also available.
Our second leaflet provides an insight into how work within the EMBRACE project has contributed to the recent Global Carbon Budget annual release which warned of a rapidly depleting 'carbon quota'. You can download the leaflet by clicking on the image below; French, German and Swedish versions are also available.
Our first leaflet outlines the aims of EMBRACE with particular reference to the sustainable development themes of Rio 20+ conference which took place in June 2012. You can download the leaflet by clicking on the relevant link below;
We will also be highlighting some profiles on the researchers who are working within the project to allow anyone with an interest in a scientific career, particularly in Earth System modelling, to hear what it is really like. Click on the images below to view the relevant profile.
Dr Tom Pugh, Postdoctoral Researcher, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
Sabrina Wenzel, PhD Student, Deutsches Luft- und Raumfahrtzentrum (DLR), Germany
Jelle van den Berk, PhD Student, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI), Netherlands