Project organisation



CT1 Key processes and feedbacks, future scenarios, and vulnerabilities

Marion Gehlen, CEA, France
Nicolas Gruber, ETH ZĂĽrich, Switzerland


WP1 Biogeochemical processes and feedbacks

Melchor González Dávila, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain
Christoph Völker, AWI, Germany


WP2 Physical processes and feedbacks

Andreas Oschlies, GEOMAR, Germany
Leif Anderson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden


WP3 Future scenarios under different emission curves and vulnerability analysis

Laurent Bopp, CEA, France
Ian Totterdell, MET OFFICE, UK

CT2 Observing systems (Towards ICOS)

Andrew Watson, University of Exeter, UK
Aida F. RĂ­os, CSIC, Spain


WP4 Surface observing system (VOS, atmosphere)

Ute Schuster, University of Exeter, UK
Jacqueline Boutin, University Pierre and Marie Curie, France


WP5 Deep ocean, time series, choke points

Aida F. RĂ­os, CSIC, Spain
Mario Hoppema, AWI, Germany

CT3 Data model integration

Fortunat Joos, University of Bern, Switzerland
Nicolas Metzl, University Pierre and Marie Curie, France


WP6 Stand alone ocean model data assimilation, EMIC optimization

Laurent Bertino, Nansen Centre, Norway
Marko Scholze, University of Bristol, UK


WP7 Model intercomparison (mod-obs, mod-mod)

Toste Tanhua, GEOMAR, Germany
Jim Orr, CEA, France

Overarching WPs Global synthesis and synergies with international projects


WP8 Global synthesis and outreach to policy makers (ocean sink atlas – past, present, future)

Are Olsen, Bjerknes Centre, Norway
Corinne Le Quéré, University of East Anglia, UK
Dorothee Bakker, University of East Anglia, UK


WP9 Data management

Reiner Schlitzer, AWI, Germany
Benjamin Pfeil, University of Bergen, Norway


WP10 Management of the project

Friederike Hoffmann, University of Bergen, Norway

Geophysical Institute and Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research
University of Bergen