Alice Nadeau accepted for summer internship at the Princeton Cooperative Institute for Climate Science
University of Minnesota graduate student Alice Nadeau was accepted for a summer internship at the Princeton Cooperative Institute for Climate Science-- Benchmarking Biogeochemical Processes in Earth System Models. The goals of this project are to identify the key biogeochemical variables in ESMs that should be evaluated on a routine basis and to develop a set of computer analysis routines targeted at these fields in climate models.
Alice leads MCRN's Nonautonomous Bifurcations and Rate-induced Tipping Focus Group (NBRIT) and the Minnesota Mathematics of Climate Seminar. Her doctoral advisor is Richard McGehee. See more news.