Climate

Climate

Climate research at EOS aims to fill a gap of much-needed information on climatic forces in Southeast Asia, which will allow better prediction of regional consequences that can expected from global climate change. Several major drivers of global climate, including the Western Pacific Warm Pool and the Indian Ocean Dipole, are active in this tropical region, yet scientific knowledge about them has been relatively scarce. Our emerging program of climate research concentrates on regional climate monitoring, and the measurement and modelling of past and modern tropical climates. The topics here cut across the lithosphere, the atmosphere, and the hydrosphere and across time. Please investigate the various research groups to discover how these scientists are learning new things about our planet. Read more.