Earth System Science: Bridging The Gaps Between Disciplines: Perspectives From A Multi-disciplinary Helmholtz Research Sc by Gerrit LohmannEarth System Science: Bridging The Gaps Between Disciplines: Perspectives From A Multi-disciplinary Helmholtz Research Sc by Gerrit Lohmann

Earth System Science: Bridging The Gaps Between Disciplines: Perspectives From A Multi-disciplinary…

byGerrit Lohmann

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Earth system science is traditionally split into various disciplines (Geology, Physics, Meteorology, Oceanography, Biology etc.) and several sub-disciplines. Overall, the diversity of expertise provides a solid base for interdisciplinary research. However, gaining holistic insights into the Earth system requires the integration of observations, paleoclimate data, analysis tools and modeling. These different approaches of Earth system science are rooted in various disciplines that cut across a broad range of timescales. It is, therefore, necessary to link these disciplines at a relatively early stage in PhD programs. The linking of 'data and modeling', as it is the special emphasis in our graduate school, enables graduate students from a variety of disciplines to cooperate and exchange views on the common theme of Earth system science, which leads to a better understanding of processes within a global context.
Title:Earth System Science: Bridging The Gaps Between Disciplines: Perspectives From A Multi-disciplinary…Format:PaperbackDimensions:134 pagesPublished:November 6, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

General aspects of Earth System Sciences.- The structural and educational concept in an interdisciplinary researchschool for Earth System Science.- NO2 pollution trends over megacities 1996-2010 from combined multiple satellite data sets.- A brief example on the application of remotely sensed tracer observations in atmospheric science - studying the impact of stratosphere-mesosphere coupling on polar ozone variability.- Contamination of the Western Pacific atmosphere.- Three dimensional model simulations of the impact of solar proton events on nitrogen compounds and ozone in the middle atmosphere.- Evaluation of the coupled and extended SCIATRAN Version including radiation processes within the water: initial results.- Improving the PhytoDOAS method to retrieve coccolithophores taxonomic group using hyper-spectral satellite data.- Primary productivity and circulation patterns downstream of South Georgia: a Southern Ocean example of the "Island mass effect".-Summer sea ice concentration changes in the Weddell Sea and their causes.- Validation of the snow grain size retrieval SGSP using six ground truth data sets.- The Last Interglacial as simulated by an atmosphere-ocean general circulation model: Sensitivity studies on the influence of the Greenland ice sheet.- Simulated Caribbean climate variability during the mid-Holocene.- Oceanic δ18O variation and its relation to salinity in the MPI-OM ocean model.- Ocean adjustment to high-latitude density perturbations.- Continental deformation of Antarctica during Gondwana's breakup.- The inorganic carbon system in the deep Southern Ocean and glacialinterglacial atmospheric CO2.- The significance of the long lived (> 400 years) bivalve Arctica islandica as a high-resolution bioarchive.- Sub-annual resolution of dust concentration and size in different time slices of the NorthGRIP ice core.- Predicting habitat suitability of cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa using multiscale terrain variables. Resource-aware decomposition and orchestration of geoprocessing requests in a SOA framework.- A specification-based quality model to improve confidence in Web services of multidisciplinary Earth system science.- Feasibility study of using a petroleum systems modeling software to evaluate basin scale pressure evolution associated with CO2 storage.