University of Bergen
His main research concerns Climatology, Sea ice, Arctic ice pack, Antarctic sea ice and Cryosphere. His work on Extratropical cyclone as part of general Climatology research is frequently linked to Environmental science, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Sea ice research includes themes of Snow, Glacial period and Thermohaline circulation.
The Thermohaline circulation study combines topics in areas such as Fast ice, Ice core and Atmospheric circulation. Antarctic sea ice is a primary field of his research addressed under Oceanography. His work is dedicated to discovering how Ice sheet, Ice-sheet model are connected with Last Glacial Maximum, Sea ice thickness and North Atlantic Deep Water and other disciplines.
His main research concerns Climatology, Environmental science, Oceanography, Sea ice and Atmospheric sciences. In general Oceanography, his work in Thermohaline circulation, Sea surface temperature and Nordic Seas is often linked to Foraminifera and Primary productivity linking many areas of study. His Sea ice and Arctic ice pack and Cryosphere investigations all form part of his Sea ice research activities.
His study on Antarctic sea ice is often connected to Term as part of broader study in Arctic ice pack. His research investigates the connection between Cryosphere and topics such as Ice sheet that intersect with problems in Ice-sheet model, Fast ice and Ice core. His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Jet and Storm track.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Environmental science, Arctic, Teleconnection and Middle latitudes. His work carried out in the field of Climatology brings together such families of science as Jet stream and Satellite altimetry. His biological study deals with issues like Sea ice, which deal with fields such as Atmospheric circulation.
His studies in Teleconnection integrate themes in fields like Global warming, Climate change and Internal variability. His research in The arctic intersects with topics in Moisture and Atmospheric sciences. His work on Earth system science, Nordic Seas, Inflow and Atlantic water as part of his general Oceanography study is frequently connected to Heat losses, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His primary areas of study are Environmental science, Climatology, Middle latitudes, Teleconnection and Arctic. North Atlantic oscillation, Oscillation and Term are fields of study that overlap with his Environmental science research. His North Atlantic oscillation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Polar vortex and Stratosphere.
His Oscillation investigation overlaps with El Niño Southern Oscillation, Global warming, Internal variability and Climate change. Camille Li performs multidisciplinary study on Term and Atmospheric circulation in his works. His study in Middle latitudes is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Arctic ice pack and Sea ice.
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THE ROLE OF THE BARENTS SEA IN THE ARCTIC CLIMATE SYSTEM
Lars H. Smedsrud;Igor Esau;Randi B. Ingvaldsen;Tor Eldevik;Tor Eldevik.
Reviews of Geophysics (2013)
Storm track processes and the opposing influences of climate change
T. A. Shaw;M. Baldwin;E. A. Barnes;Rodrigo Caballero.
Nature Geoscience (2016)
Aridification of the Sahara desert caused by Tethys Sea shrinkage during the Late Miocene
Zhongshi Zhang;Gilles Ramstein;Mathieu Schuster;Camille Li.
Dansgaard-Oeschger cycles: Interactions between ocean and sea ice intrinsic to the Nordic seas
Trond Martin Dokken;Kerim Hestnes Nisancioglu;Kerim Hestnes Nisancioglu;Camille Li;Camille Li;David Stephen Battisti;David Stephen Battisti.
Abrupt climate shifts in Greenland due to displacements of the sea ice edge
Camille Li;David S. Battisti;Daniel P. Schrag;Eli Tziperman.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Can North Atlantic Sea Ice Anomalies Account for Dansgaard–Oeschger Climate Signals?
Camille Li;David S. Battisti;Cecilia M. Bitz.
Journal of Climate (2010)
Reduced Atlantic Storminess during Last Glacial Maximum: Evidence from a Coupled Climate Model
Camille Li;David S. Battisti.
Journal of Climate (2008)
The key role of topography in altering North Atlantic atmospheric circulation during the last glacial period
Francesco S. R. Pausata;Francesco S. R. Pausata;Camille Li;Camille Li;Justin Wettstein;Justin Wettstein;M. Kageyama.
Climate of The Past (2011)
Consequences of future increased Arctic runoff on Arctic Ocean stratification, circulation, and sea ice cover
Aleksi Nummelin;Mehmet Ilicak;Camille Li;Lars Henrik Smedsrud.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2016)
Observed Atmospheric Coupling between Barents Sea Ice and the Warm-Arctic Cold-Siberian Anomaly Pattern
Svetlana A. Sorokina;Camille Li;Justin J. Wettstein;Nils Gunnar Kvamstø.
Journal of Climate (2016)
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