Videos

A selection of videos and podcasts relating to COST Actions and other COST activities.


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2015 | Action Number: ES1005

Thunderstorms, lightnings, and cosmic rays

  • Time: 04:38

Is there a connection between thunderstorm activity, and climate? Two scientists (Yoav Yair, from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel, and Laure Lefèvre, from the Royal Observatory of Belgium) discuss this topic. This movie was produced by COST action TOSCA (Towards a more complete assessment of the impact of solar variability on climate), a multidisciplinary European network of scientists from 20 countries whose objective is to provide a better understanding of the hotly debated role of the Sun in climate change. For more information, and more movies, see http://www.tosca-cost.eu


2015 | Action Number: ES1005

Clouds, electricity, and climate

  • Time: 04:48

What role does atmospheric electricity play in climate change? Two scientists (Mai-Mai Lam, from the British Antarctic Survey, in Cambridge UK, and Jean Lilensten from CNRS in Grenoble, France) discuss this topic. This movie was produced by COST action TOSCA (Towards a more complete assessment of the impact of solar variability on climate), a multidisciplinary European network of scientists from 20 countries whose objective is to provide a better understanding of the hotly debated role of the Sun in climate change. For more information, and more movies, see http://www.tosca-cost.eu


2015 | Action Number: ES1005

Ice-cold without the Sun

  • Time: 03:01

What would happen is the Sun were to fade away? Two scientists (Eija Tanskanen, from the Finnish Meteorological Institute, in Helsinki, Finland, and Yoav Yair, from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel) discuss this topic. This movie was produced by COST action TOSCA (Towards a more complete assessment of the impact of solar variability on climate), a multidisciplinary European network of scientists from 20 countries whose objective is to provide a better understanding of the hotly debated role of the Sun in climate change. For more information, and more movies, see http://www.tosca-cost.eu


2015 | Action Number: ES1005

Climate fingerprints and footprints

  • Time: 04:52

How do we identify solar signals in climate data? Two scientists (Kristoffer Rypdal from the University of Tromsø, Norway, and Yoav Yair, from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel) discuss this topic. This movie was produced by COST action TOSCA (Towards a more complete assessment of the impact of solar variability on climate), a multidisciplinary European network of scientists from 20 countries whose objective is to provide a better understanding of the hotly debated role of the Sun in climate change. For more information, and more movies, see http://www.tosca-cost.eu


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