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Nonlinear Processes in Geosciences
Christian Franzke

Christian Franzke

My name is Christian Franzke and I am a scientist with a broad interest in climate science. Currently my research focuses on understanding climate variability across scales, climate change, nonlinear dynamics, extreme weather and climate events, weather and climate risks, and the economics of climate change. I am also teaching on those topics. In particular, I developed a new and unique class on Weather and Climate Risks. In this class I combine the physical with the socio-economic aspects of weather extremes and climate change.

NP Interviews: the AGU 2019 Turcotte awardee Vera Melinda Galfi

NP Interviews: the AGU 2019 Turcotte awardee Vera Melinda Galfi

Before pursuing a scientific career, Melinda studied economics and worked in the field for several years. Her scientific career took place until now in Hamburg, Germany, where she completed both her undergraduate and graduate studies in meteorology. Melinda finished her PhD in 2018 under the supervision of Valerio Lucarini, studying extreme events in chaotic atmospheric models. She received the 20 ...[Read More]