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COPAN
A joint flagship project of PIK's Research Domains "Earth System Analysis" and "Transdisciplinary Concepts and Methods", founded in 2013, dealing with the mid- and long-term coevolution of natural and socio-economic subsystems of the Earth system and its relationship to planetary boundaries.
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copan – Coevolution of human-environment systems in the Anthropocene
A collaboration of PIK's Research Departments 1 and 4, dealing with the coevolution of natural and socio-economic subsystems of the Earth system and its relationship to planetary boundaries
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Coupled Models for the Hydrological Cycle - Integrating Atmosphere, Biosphere and Pedosphere
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CSIRO - RD1
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DBU Planetare Grenzen
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Debate in the run-up to Paris
09/10/2015 - What´s in store at the next climate conference, COP21, later this year? This week, staff of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research gathered for an exchange of insights and perspectives. There were a number of contributions from post-docs and senior scientists on the latest research that stimulated a vibrant discussion.
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Delayed monsoon onset in Central India: early warning forecast
12/05/2020 - Summer Monsoon in Central India will likely begin between 18th and 26 of June, according to the new early forecast developed at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). Led by PIK expert Elena Surovyatkina, the Monsoon forecast method showed to be successful already four years in a row. With global warming the monsoon is changing, breaking well-established “rules” of the phenomenon and thus becoming more unpredictable. A raising demand for a new understanding of the Indian Monsoon in order to be better prepared makes long-term forecasting even more important.
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Dennis Hoening
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DominoES
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DominoES project
Domino Effects in the Earth System: Can Antarctica tip climate policy?
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