NEWS
Prof. Tal Ezer Gave Lectures During Tenth Training Course
2021-07-08
On 7 July, 2021, Prof. Tal Ezer of Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Old Dominion University, USA gave lectures on the air-sea interaction for hurricane modeling and global/regional sea level rise in the morning session.


Prof. Tal Ezer from Old Dominion University

Prof. Tal Ezer presented that the air-sea coupled model could provide a better prediction on the intensity of hurricane. He also mentioned about the impact of the gulf stream of Mexico on the sea level rise near the American shore. Prof. Tal Ezer stated that the coupled model of POM and WRF actually underestimated the storm surge compared with just using the POM model.

         
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On 8 July, 2021, Prof. Tal Ezer of Ocean, Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Old Dominion University, USA continued his presentation on the air-sea interaction for hurricane modeling and global/regional sea level rise. Prof. Tal Ezer stated the importance of predicting future sea level rise by listing some hazardous effects it brought to us. He discussed about the challenges facing in the process of predicting future sea level rise. Prof. Tal Ezer’s lecture focused on the sea level rise aspect from climate change and its impact from local examples to global variability.
 
        
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