Weather and climate have a great importance in supporting many of the vital functions in society. They pose risks which different actors in society must manage. The risks posed by, and opportunities provided by, weather and climate can be assessed based on the results of weather observations and atmospheric models. Analysis is further complicated by the changing climate which must be incorporated in long-term planning processes.
Our group, Socio-economic Impact Research, pertains to weather and climate using a combination of natural and social science research.
The main research areas of our group are: