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Julius Garbe

M.Sc. Climate Sciences

(c) Julius GarbePhD Student in the DominoES project

with Prof. Dr. Ricarda Winkelmann

in Research Domain I: Earth System Analysis

at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

 

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PhD Project

Topic: Interactions of the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets

I am currently investigating the interactions between the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica under the scope of future global warming. My aim is to assess the likelihood that a tipping of the Greenland ice sheet influences the tipping potential of the Antarctic ice sheet. How does such a tipping cascade impact the future seal-level contribution from Antarctica?

My dissertation is embedded in the project DominoES – Domino Effects in the Earth System: Can Antarctica tip climate policy? DominoES is a joint project by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) and the Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (GESIS), Cologne, funded by the Leibniz Association (2017–2020).

 

Research Interests

  • Climate (and social) tipping interactions
  • Antarctic ice sheet / ice shelf modelling
  • Ice sheet stability and future sea-level change
  • Hysteresis behaviour of the Antarctic ice sheet

 

Presentations

Conference contributions

  • J. Garbe, T. Albrecht, J. Donges, A. Levermann, R. Winkelmann
    "Hysteresis behaviour of the Antarctic Ice Sheet with the Parallel Ice Sheet Model"
    EGU General Assembly 2018
    Vienna, Austria, April 8-13, 2018

Scientific talks

  • J. Garbe
    "Tipping of the Antarctic Ice Sheet influenced by Greenland ice loss"
    RD1 Young Scientist Seminar
    PIK Potsdam, Germany, October 26, 2017

 

Theses

  • "Long-term evolution and critical thresholds of the Antarctic Ice Sheet", M.Sc. Thesis (Integrated Climate System Sciences), University of Hamburg, 2017
  • "An overview of explanations for the problem of weak temperature gradients in warm climates in Earth history", B.Sc. Thesis (Physics), Humboldt University of Berlin, 2013

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