Climate Change Impact | JPI OCEANS

Climate Change Impact

Thanks to an increase in financial commitment by several national funding agencies, a further two proposals to the joint JPI Climate and JPI Oceans call were now awarded funding. These two research projects are in addition to another two that had already been selected earlier through the same competitive call process.
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The projects, expected to start in April 2020, will conduct research on interactions between oceans and climate by analysing model simulations and observational data. The research aims to better understand upper ocean variability and dynamics and ultimately improve the performance of climate models.
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On the occasion of the international Our Ocean conference, JPI Oceans announced four new commitments to solve challenges related to aquatic pollutants, munitions in the sea, climate science for oceans, and developing sustainable maritime technologies.
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Oceans play a key role in the climate system and are also affected by climate change. As confirmed by the recent IPCC special report on ocean and cryosphere, ocean dynamics are a major modulator of weather and climate including future trends and extremes. However, there are still uncertainties in the understanding and quantification of key climate-ocean interactions and the ocean’s buffering capacities for absorbing heat and CO2 which calls for more progress in those areas on understanding, observation and modelling.
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The joint call is supported by 9 countries with a total budget of 8.6 million EUR
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The joint call is supported by 9 countries with a total budget of 8.6 million EUR
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