Earth Sciences Division (ESD) Department of Energy (DOE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)

John C. H. Chiang's Invited Talks

 

  1. 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”
  2. 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”
  3. University of Minnesota Department of Geology and Geophysics Departmental Seminar, May 8, 2008: “Interhemispheric gradients and tropical climate change”.
  4. University of Minnesota Department of Geology and Geophysics Paleoclimate seminar, May 8, 2008: “Pacific climate change and ENSO activity in the mid-Holocene”
  5. Berkeley Atmospheric Sciences Seminar: ‘Pacific climate change and ENSO activity in the mid-Holocene”, UC Berkeley, 1 April 2008.
  6. 2nd International AMMA conference., Karlsruhe, Germany, Nov 2007: “Response of the Tropical Atlantic to Global Climate Variations”.
  7. 9th International Conference on Paleoceanography, Shanghai, China, Sep 2007: “Interhemispheric gradients and tropical climate change”
  8. 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”
  9. Seminar, Ocean Sciences Dept, UCSC “The marine ITCZ in climate variability and change” Feb 21, 2007
  10. 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.
  11. 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
  12. Texas A&M Dept of Atmospheric Science Colloquium, 3/7/ 2006, “Tropical Atlantic variability as a model for marine ITCZ variability and change”
  13. National Taiwan University Atmospheric sciences departmental seminar, 29 December 2005: “tropical Atlantic variability as a model for ITCZ variability and change”
  14. 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”
  15. UCLA Atmospheric Sciences departmental seminar, 13 April 2005: “Tropical Atlantic variability as a model for understanding ITCZ variability and change”
  16. Tohono O’odham community college, Sells, AZ, Geo101 class, 9 April 2005: “Indigenous climate forecasting in the Peruvian Andes”
  17. Harvard, EPS special seminar, 6 May 2004: “Tropical Atlantic variability as a model for understanding ITCZ variability and change”
  18. Tropical glaciation workshop, University of Washington, May 13-14 2004: “Extratropical influences on the tropical climate – lessons from the Tropical Atlantic ITCZ variability”
  19. Comer Abrupt Climate change fellowship, 9 April 2004: “Mid- and high latitude influences on the tropical climate: lessons from tropical Atlantic variability”
  20. Abrupt climate change meeting, Arden House, NY, June 8-11 2003: “Midlatitude influence on the tropical climate: lessons from the Tropical Atlantic”
  21. Workshop on the Atlantic ITCZ, International Research Institute for Climate Prediction, Palisades, NY, Sep 18-20 2002: "Convection and TAV"  (w/Adam Sobel)
  22. American Geophysical Union Spring 2002 meeting, May 30, 2002: “The Intertropical Convergence Zone in Tropical Atlantic Variability”.
  23. 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”.
  24. Academia Sinica, Institute of Earth Sciences, Dec 1998: “Surface wind over tropical oceans: diagnosis and simple modeling”.