Once again TiPES researchers did an excellent job disseminating their findings at the European Geophysical Union (EGU) Annual General Assembly held in Vienna in April.
TiPES was the (co-)convener of multiple sessions spanning over Tipping points, resilience, and stochasticity in the Earth’s climate and ecosystems, The state-of-the-art in ice coring sciences, and Mathematics of Planet Earth and more.
In addition TiPES was instrumental in more short courses, such as Open access publishing: national strategies, challenges and solutions and Dealing with complex systems: tipping points, causal relations, and multi-scale dynamics thus aiming at educating the next generation.
More than 30 orals, picos and posters were presented by TiPES researchers in many different session groups;Nonlinear Processes in Geosciences (NP), Climate: Past, Present & Future (CL), Cryospheric Sciences (CR), Atmospheric Sciences (AS), and Ocean Sciences (OS) highlighting the interdisciplinary group that makes up TiPES.
To take advantage of many of the TiPES researchers being present we gathered on the Tuesday night for informal networking and invited along also the ITN CriticalEarth.