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IPSL Climate Graduate School

Depuis 25 ans, la fédération de recherche Institut Pierre Simon Laplace (IPSL) a construit un cadre collectif de recherche en Ile de France pour mieux comprendre et modéliser le système climatique et les impacts des activités humaines. Aujourd’hui, la fédération IPSL est internationalement reconnue comme un leader de la recherche sur le climat.


L’IPSL est lauréat d’une Ecole Universitaire de Recherche (2018), l'IPSL Climate graduate School (EUR IPSL-CGS) dont l’objectif est de fournir une formation par la recherche, visible et attractive au niveau national et international, sur les questions liées au système climatique, aux changements climatiques et à leurs impacts. Ainsi, l’IPSL Climate Graduate School développe des actions de formation en vue de former une nouvelle génération de relais sociétaux pour la compréhension des enjeux climatiques dans la population et chez les décideurs.

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Liste des programmes

How do atmospheric pollutants impact on the climate? What is the radiative impact of aerosols?Budget of the radiative impacts. What is the benefit to the climate of improving air quality? What impact does climate change have on air pollution?
What does the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) recommend in terms of emissions for the decades to come? What are our sources of energy? How quickly has the breakdown of these primary energy sources changed? So, what about renewable energies? What role do atmospheric and climate sciences play in ...
How do weather conditions vary? What are extreme weather events? How do we define weather extremes?
What are the most harmful air pollutants? What are the main impacts of these pollutants on health and the environment? What are the sources of these two major pollutants? What about ozone pollution? What are the physico-chemical mechanisms that affect the evolution and distribution of pollutants in the atmosphere? Why ...
What are clouds? How do clouds form?  Why does water vapour transform into water droplets? Why do we have columns of rising air or thermals?  What about the vertical height of clouds? How do we observe the clouds? What is the effect of clouds on the climate?
What do we measure in ice cores? The stable isotopes of water to to reconstruct past temperatures. To reconstruct the atmospheric composition of greenhouse gases. Future projects.
In this short video, we will cover the history of the Earth over its first billions of years, from around 4 billion years to 400 million years ago.
What is the Holocene? What caused this Climate Optimum during the Holocene? How do we know that the African Humid Period occurred during the Holocene Climate Optimum? Were there been other warm periods during the Holocene before the industrial age? What controls the variability of the climate from one decade ...
How can human activities modify the global climate? How much change in the greenhouse effect is due to human activities? How do human activities change the albedo? How does the temperature of the Earth adjust to this radiative forcing?What are the main climate feedbacks? How can we know that recent ...
Cette vidéo présente une séance de travaux pratiques sur la composition isotopique de l'eau réalisée en classe de terminale scientifique. Elle est accompagnée de documents (fichiers de données et cartes) permettant aux professeurs d'illustrer les concepts de Physique présentés dans la vidéo et de réaliser les exercices en classe sur ...
 
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