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2013 December 04

  • Robin Matthews has successfully defended his Ph. D. thesis (Seasonal Variability of Sea Surface Carbonate Chemistry and Temperature).

2013 July 03

  • Geoff Stanley has successfully defended his M. Sc. thesis (From Winds to Eddies to Diapycnal Mixing of the Abyssal Ocean: the Deep Meridional Overturning Circulation Driven by the Surface Wind-Stress).

2013 June 14

  • Neil Swart has successfully defended his Ph. D. thesis (The Southern Hemisphere Westerlies and the Ocean Carbon Cycle: The Influence of Climate Model Wind Biases and Human Induced Changes).

2013 May 14

March 2013

December 2012

September 2012

  • The CS Wong Commemorative Library.
  • Catherine Brennan has successfully defended her Ph. D. thesis entitled Modelling Oxygen Isotopes in the UVic Earth System Climate Model Under Preindustrial and Last Glacial Maximum Conditions: Impact of Glacial-Interglacial Sea Ice Variability on Seawater δ18O.

August 2012

  • Ross (Cangjie) Sun has successfully defended his M. Sc. thesis entitled Statistical Downscaling of Sea Surface Winds Over the Global Oceans.
  • Michael Shumlich has successfully defended his M. Sc. thesis entitled Modelled Changes to the Earth's Climate under a Simple Geoengineering Scheme and Following Geoengineering Failure.

July 2012

  • Andrew Weaver thanking CJ Wong, the son of CS Wong, for the generous donation of his father's library to the Climate Modelling Lab.

June 2012

  • Chris Avis has successfully defended his Ph. D. thesis (Simulating the Present-Day and Future Distribution of Permafrost in the UVic Earth System Climate Model)

April 2012

  • Aaron Culver has successfully defended his M. Sc. thesis (Not all speeds are created equal. Investigating the linear predictability of surface winds over central Canada.)

June 2011

  • Jeremy Fyke has successfully defended his Ph. D. thesis (Modelling the sensitivity of the Antarctic ice/ocean system to climate change.)

January 2011

  • Dianna Porter has successfully defended her Master's thesis (Assessing Students' Learning About Climate Change Under Two Different Conditions)

March 2010

  • Andrew Weaver delivered a lecture at the UBC Climate Action Conference. He is seen here with conference attendee Jack Lanskail.

October 2010

  • Stephen Sobie has successfully defended his Master's thesis (Climate Model Downscaling of Vancouver Island Precipitation using a Synoptic Typing Approach)

September 2009

  • Justin Burton has successfully defended his Master's thesis (Sensitivity of Iceberg Drift to Initial Size Distribution)

May 2009

  • Paul Spence has successfully defended his Ph. D. thesis (Coarse Versus Eddy-Permitting Global Ocean Simulations: Experiments With The UVic Earth System Climate Model)

The Future?



A complete list of abstracts for papers authored or coauthored by Andrew Weaver is available here.


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