Earth System Physics

 

The Earth System Physics (ESP) section studies a wide spectrum of the Earth system, from its fluid components (oceans and the atmosphere) to the planet's interior. The ESP section maintains a range of models and datasets and coordinates the Regional Climate research NETwork (RegCNET), encompassing over 600 participants worldwide.

Highlights

N'Datchoh Evelyne Toure. Source IGACnews
International publication highlights climate workshop, STEP student
 
ground beetle Panagaeus cruxmajor.By Siga (CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0 via Wikimedia Commons)
Cave-dwelling carabids react to climate change
 
Malaria on the Rise
Impact models predict regional increases in disease risks
 
ESP research published in PNAS. (Photo: NASA Goddard)
ICTP in international research published this week by PNAS
 
Professor Vladimir Keilis-Borok
31 July 1921 - 19 October 2013