About this person

My research focuses on modelling the ocean carbon cycle. I am especially interested in the analysis of long-term simulations from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project (CMIP5) as well as simulations that are done with the Bergen Earth System Model or the Norwegian Earth System Model. Here, I focus on the process attribution of short- and long-term carbon variability on regional scale, particularly in high latitudes (e.g. Arctic Ocean, North Atlantic, and Southern Ocean).

PhD. in Meteorology, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany, 2011.
Master in Mathematics, Westfälische Wilhelms University, Münster, Germany, 2005.



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  • Ensing, Dennis; Irving, James; Goris, Nadine; Prevost, Etienne; Sundt-Hansen, Line Elisabeth Breivik; Fiske, Peder; Sheehan, Timothy F.; Russell, Poole; Russell, Ian; Chaput, Gerald Report of the Workshop on Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Atlantic Salmon Stock Dynamics (WKCCISAL). International Council for the Exploration of the Sea 2017. 90 pages

Other publications

  • Tjiputra, Jerry; Goris, Nadine; Schwinger, Jörg; Lauvset, Siv Kari Emerging climate change signals in the interior ocean oxygen content. 2017.
  • Goris, Nadine; Tjiputra, Jerry; Olsen, Are; Lauvset, Siv Kari; Schwinger, Jörg; Jeansson, Emil The subpolar gyre region as benchmark for the future anthropogenic carbon budget of the North Atlantic. 2017.
  • Goris, Nadine; Schwinger, Jörg; Tjiputra, Jerry; Six, Katharina; Kirkevåg, Alf; Seland, Øyvind; Heinze, Christoph; Ilyina, Tatjana Amplification of global warming through pH-dependence of DMS-production. 2017.
  • Goris, Nadine Introduction to climate modelling and the future of the Atlantic climate. 2017.
  • Schwinger, Jörg; Lee, Hanna; Heinze, Christoph; Lauvset, Siv Kari; Skogen, Morten D.; Fan, Yuanchao; Goris, Nadine; Tjiputra, Jerry Low and overshoot emission scenarios – from a high to a low carbon society (LOES). 2017.
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