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John C. H. Chiang's Invited Talks
- AGU session on “Transitioning out of the Mid-Holocene Climate: An Evaluation of Land-Ocean Proxy Records and Model Simulations II”, Fall 2008: “Pacific Climate Change and ENSO activity in the mid-Holocene”
- AGU session on “Tracking Abrupt Climate Variability During the Last Glacial Cycle in the Indo-Pacific II”, Fall 2008: “Interhemispheric thermal gradient and the tropical Pacfiic climate”
- University of Minnesota Department of Geology and Geophysics Departmental Seminar, May 8, 2008: “Interhemispheric gradients and tropical climate change”.
- University of Minnesota Department of Geology and Geophysics Paleoclimate seminar, May 8, 2008: “Pacific climate change and ENSO activity in the mid-Holocene”
- Berkeley Atmospheric Sciences Seminar: ‘Pacific climate change and ENSO activity in the mid-Holocene”, UC Berkeley, 1 April 2008.
- 2nd International AMMA conference., Karlsruhe, Germany, Nov 2007: “Response of the Tropical Atlantic to Global Climate Variations”.
- 9th International Conference on Paleoceanography, Shanghai, China, Sep 2007: “Interhemispheric gradients and tropical climate change”
- The Fourth International Ocean-Atmosphere Conference (organized by the Chinese-American Oceanic and Atmospheric Association), Qingdao, China, Jul 4 2007: “The Day After Tomorrow: global impacts of Atlantic thermohaline slowdown”
- Seminar, Ocean Sciences Dept, UCSC “The marine ITCZ in climate variability and change” Feb 21, 2007
- 18th Annual Kavli Frontiers of Science Symposium, National Academy of Sciences, Irvine CA: “An Inconvenient Climate: lessons on the dynamics of regional climate changes from the past and present”. Nov 3, 2006.
- Chabot Space and Science Center ‘enrichment’: “Stars, Spuds, and Serendipity: scientific colloboration of an indigenous climate forecasting method in the Peruvian Andes”. June 28, 2006
- Texas A&M Dept of Atmospheric Science Colloquium, 3/7/ 2006, “Tropical Atlantic variability as a model for marine ITCZ variability and change”
- National Taiwan University Atmospheric sciences departmental seminar, 29 December 2005: “tropical Atlantic variability as a model for ITCZ variability and change”
- Sea ice workshop, Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research, University of Bergen, 24-25 May 2005: “Influence of high latitude ice cover on the marine Intertropical Convergence Zone”
- UCLA Atmospheric Sciences departmental seminar, 13 April 2005: “Tropical Atlantic variability as a model for understanding ITCZ variability and change”
- Tohono O’odham community college, Sells, AZ, Geo101 class, 9 April 2005: “Indigenous climate forecasting in the Peruvian Andes”
- Harvard, EPS special seminar, 6 May 2004: “Tropical Atlantic variability as a model for understanding ITCZ variability and change”
- Tropical glaciation workshop, University of Washington, May 13-14 2004: “Extratropical influences on the tropical climate – lessons from the Tropical Atlantic ITCZ variability”
- Comer Abrupt Climate change fellowship, 9 April 2004: “Mid- and high latitude influences on the tropical climate: lessons from tropical Atlantic variability”
- Abrupt climate change meeting, Arden House, NY, June 8-11 2003: “Midlatitude influence on the tropical climate: lessons from the Tropical Atlantic”
- Workshop on the Atlantic ITCZ, International Research Institute for Climate Prediction, Palisades, NY, Sep 18-20 2002: "Convection and TAV" (w/Adam Sobel)
- American Geophysical Union Spring 2002 meeting, May 30, 2002: “The Intertropical Convergence Zone in Tropical Atlantic Variability”.
- Dept. of Geophysical Sciences, Univ. of Chicago, Nov 30 2001: “Tropical tropospheric temperature variations caused by ENSO and their influence on the remote tropical climate”.
- Academia Sinica, Institute of Earth Sciences, Dec 1998: “Surface wind over tropical oceans: diagnosis and simple modeling”.