2nd Baltic Earth Winter School
Analysis of Climate Variability
- HostLeibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research and Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht on behalf of Baltic Earth
- ContributorVarious lecturers
The Baltic Sea is a relatively young marginal sea of the Atlantic Ocean that was formed after the last deglaciation. During the Last Glacial Maximum, a thick ice sheet covered the whole basin. After all ice had melted, first the Baltic Ice Lake was formed, then the Yoldia Sea and Ancylus Lake and, finally, the Littorina Sea (the Baltic Sea we know today), as a consequence of the interplay between sea level rise and land uplift which controls the water exchange between the Baltic Sea and the world ocean. The course will introduce the history of the Baltic Sea. In addition to lectures, tutorials, exercises and literature studies, the course will give students the opportunity to discuss the learned topics further during group exercises.
Course period: 8 days: Wednesday 17 March 2021 - Friday 26 March 2021 (no course on Sat/Sun 20-21 March)
Course site: online via Zoom
Estimated number of participants: 10-20 students from all Baltic Sea countries
Applications: The School is open to undergraduate students in geosciences such as climate science, meteorology, oceanography and hydrology and associated fields.
Credits: There are 3 ECTS credits for the successful completion of this course.
Please use our application tool on the website:
Also provide your contact, a motivation letter (max. 1 page), a short CV (max. 2 pages) and a recommendation letter from your supervisor.
Notification of candidates: Late January 2021