Celsius Symposium - 300 years of weather statistics
- Date: –16:30
- Location: Humanistiska teatern Humanistiska teatern
- Organiser: Institutionen för geovetenskaper
- Contact person: Malin Eivergård
- Phone: +46704250961
Why are long series of weather data so important? Well, we can see how weather and temperature vary over time which gives us important pieces of the puzzle in our understanding of the climate.
Learn more about Celsius’s contribution to climate research, find out how we use the climate data from our weather observations and listen to experts discuss what we can expect from the climate in the future.
The symposium is held in English and will be live streamed and recorded.
5 September 2022, 13:00–16:30
The Humanities Theatre, Thunbergsvägen 3C, Uppsala
13:10–13:15 Introduction by Anders Hagfeldt, Rector Magnificus of Uppsala University.
13:15–14:00 Phil Jones, Professorial Fellow at the School of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia: “The Celsius Temperature Series in a global context”.
14:00–14:30 Martin Ekman, Associate Professor in Geophysics and author of the book
“The Man behind ‘Degrees Celsius’: A Pioneer in Investigating the Earth and its Changes”.
14:30–15:00 Break with coffee, tea and the Celsius pastry.
15:00–15:30 Hans Bergström, senior researcher and expert on the Celsius temperature series: “300 years of weather observations in Uppsala”.
15:30–16:00 Anna Rutgersson, Professor of Meteorology: “Current technology and observations for future forecasts”.
16:00–16:30 What have we learned? What does the future hold? The future of weather and climate data and interpretations. Open discussion between invited researchers and experts. The audience that attend in person have the opportunity to ask questions.
After the symposium we offer some light refreshments.
Register here if you want to participate in person. Last day to register is 15 August 2022: https://doit.medfarm.uu.se/bin/kurt3/kurt/51103
Register to participate online. Last day to register is 2 September 2022.
Anna Rutgersson, Professor of Meteorology, Department of Earth Sciences, Uppsala University
More information about the Celsius celebration: www.uu.se/celsius300