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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

Climate models and experiments. Example 1: The Middle Holocene. Example 2: The Last Glacial Maximum. Example 3: Sudden events. Conclusion…
Why use observation networks to study the atmosphere? Stratospheric ozone - A new global challenge. This concerted worldwide effort is relevant to other climate variables.Other networks being established.
What is the incident energy ? How is this energy modified by crossing the atmosphere ? What is the emitted energy ? Why do we use the term greenhouse effect ?And if we change the amount of greenhouse gases ?
Who were the artists of these decorated caves in Europe ? Animal representations: a reflection of the environment ? Europe during the Last Glacial Maximum (LMG)Spread of Upper Palaeolithic European art Conclusion
What are the relevant variables that describe the atmosphere ? And water ? How variable is surface air temperature ? How variable is surface pressure ? And what about the winds ? We refer to atmospheric layers, what are these? Are there other horizontal characteristics of the Earth’s atmosphere to ...
What are the stable isotopes of water ? How is the isotopic composition of water vapour measured ? What types of processes did we study ?What does the future hold for these measurements ?
The gigantic thermal machine. So how does this main forcing of the Sun function ? External Forcing of the climate: variations in the orbital parameters of the Earth (Milankovitch’s theory)
Why should we observe the atmosphere? How does a measuring instrument work? Classification of measuring instruments. In-situ measurements close to the ground. In situ measurement at altitude using a weather balloon. Passive remote-sensing instruments. Active remote-sensing instruments. Atmospheric observation at the planetary level.
The Seasons : the solar constant, the ecliptic plane, obliquity, declination, solstice, equinox, eccentricity, perihelion, aphelion, precession of the equinoxes, vernal point...
What are the links between carbon and climate? How does this evolve at the scale of a human life? What are the main factors that govern the CO2 sinks?  What will happen to CO2 sinks over the next century? And what about methane?
 
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