Dipanjan Dey
PhD student at MISU


Atmospheric Water Vapour Content over Europe


Water vapour is one of the most important greenhouse gas in the atmosphere. It has both positive and negative contributions to the Earth’s global warming. Several studies reported that equilibrium water vapour pressure will increase exponentially in the future climate in accordance with the rising temperature (according to the Clausius-Clapeyron relation). Recently Wypych et al. (2018) studied the atmospheric moisture content and its mobility over Europe for different seasons and came with a conclusion that atmospheric circulation is playing a major role in the formation of moisture content over Europe in the winter season and it has lower impact in other seasons.


Time and Place

Thursday June 21st, 14.45
Rossbysalen C609, Arrhenius Laboratory, 6th floor