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

Extreme Collaboration
First WCRP-ICTP School Studies Weather Event Prediction
 
ICTP scientist Fred Kucharski (at the computer) with participants and conference organiser Jagadish Shukla (seated, right)
ICTP's TTA Program Celebrates A Decade of Success
 
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