Anne Sophie Daloz is a climate researcher on climate impacts and local solutions.
Anne Sophie's work relies on the analysis of observations, reanalysis and outputs from climate models as well as the realization of simulations with global or regional climate models. In the past, she has worked on a variety of regions and processes such as tropical cyclones, snowfall, clouds or precipitation. She also has a strong interest in connecting climate sciences to other disciplines.
- 2012-2018: Researcher at the Space and Science Engineering Center and the Center for Climatic Research, Madison, WI, USA
- 2011: PhD in Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences, Meteo-France, Toulouse, France
- 2008: MSc in Atmospheric Science, University of Quebec in Montreal, Canada and University of Toulouse, France
Wetlands as game-changers for climate change mitigation and adaptation
Wetlands are natural water ecosystems that can help to mitigate the physical impacts of multi-hazards and extreme events. Despite its high potential, wetlands have been overlooked and are rarely considered in climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction policies and programmes, argues CICERO researchers together with Wetlands International Europe.
Adaptation | Land use | Climate impacts internationally | Climate impacts in Norway | Climate risk | Extreme weather
ACCEPT: Aerosols, Cloud Changes and Energy transport into the Polar domain: The role of feedbacks to the local climate responser
The Arctic is warming more than twice as fast as the rest of the world, with dramatically decreasing trends in sea-ice and snow cover (AMAP,2017). This ‘Arctic amplification’ of global warming is a feature of human-made climate change, but its causes and consequences are not fully understood.
Arctic | Atmospheric particles | Climate Models
EXtremeClimTwin: Building capacity on climate extremes through cooperation
Increasing heat extremes, reduced summer precipitation and higher rainfall intensities are some of the climate change impacts facing the Western Balkans. To strengthen local researchers’ ability to understand the current and coming changes in climate extremes, CICERO researchers are involved in an EU funded capacity building project with the University of Novi Sad in Serbia.
Climate impacts internationally | Adaptation | Precipitation changes | Climate risk | Heat waves | Flooding | Extreme weather
Embodying Climate Change (EmCliC) - transdiciplinary research on urban overheating
EmCliC is a three-year research project that brings together social anthropology, sociology, climate science, epidemiology, atmospheric physics and novel technology, to understand and demonstrate how people experience climate change on a daily basis.
Climate impacts internationally | Adaptation | Temperature changes | Heat waves | Health | Climate risk
LAMACLIMA – Land Management for Climate Mitigation and Adaptation
The LAMACLIMA project aims to advance the understanding of the coupled effects between land cover and land management, climate and the economy, informing sustainable land-based adaptation and mitigation.
Climate impacts internationally | Forests | Food and agriculture | Heat waves | Land use
ClimINVEST – Understanding physical climate risk
ClimINVEST brought climate scientists and investors together to provide transparency on methodologies for physical climate risk assessment, and develop guidance tools that inform investors’ risk management processes.
Extreme weather | Flooding | Heat waves | Climate finance | Climate risk | Precipitation changes | Carbon emissions globally
Quantifying Climate Impacts of Future Forest Management Strategies in Norway
The international community has agreed that the increase in global temperature must be limited to 2°C above the pre-industrial levels. Meeting this ambitious goal requires a large-scale shift away from the fossil economy towards one based on renewable materials and energy like biomass.
Forests | Carbon emissions Norway