Are we melting Antarctica irreversibly?

The great ice-sheets in Antarctica and Greenland holds many mysteries. David Chandler, a postdoctoral fellow at the Bjerknes Centre and NORCE, are trying together with his colleagues to unravel these mysteries. In this episode David Chandler takes Stephen Outten and Ingjald Pilskog to the Antarctica where we are discussing how global warming are melting the ice-sheet, in some places irreversibly, leading to sea level rise and life altering climate changes to people all over the globe.

David Chandler is a postdoctoral fellow at NORCE and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.

Stephen Outten is a researcher at Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.

Ingjald Pilskog is an associated professor at Western Norway University of Applied Sciences and connected to the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research.

New podcast about robots in the oceans and their norwegian chief Siv Kari Lauvset

My former office mate, Siv Kari Lauvset, got interviewed by Ellen Viste and me about her role in gathering data about carbon i the oceans and why we need it. As most of the podcasts I make it is in Norwegian.

PodCast – a new semiprofessional hobby

I have started two podcast streams, the forum for vitenskap og demokrati, that is based on the lectures in that series which I mentioned in the last instalment, and the podcast for the Bjerknes Centre for climate research. I call it a semiprofessional hobby as I have used both the decimation time from work and free time to start these podcasts.

I have come to the conclusion that it would be nice to post the episodes here combined. While it probably would be best to keep it to one post per episode, I will now publish all the existing ones in two following posts to not drown out this. Coming episodes will be given a separate post with information about the talk or the interview in question.