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Home > Arne M.E. Winguth, Ph.D.
November 16, 2015
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Arne M.E. Winguth, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, College of Science
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Ph.D. in Oceanography, University of Hamburg, 1997
Areas of Sustainability/Environmental Expertise
Climate change and climate impacts, global carbon cycle, urban heat island of the DFW metropolitan area, causes of mass extinction of species in the geologic past, high-performance computing in environmental sciences.
The oceans contain a vast capacity to store heat, water, and momentum, and influences global climate and weather. Anthropogenic induced climate change will have an significant impact on coastal regions by e.g. sea level change and more extreme weather events. About 50% of the human population lives within 200 km (124 miles) of the sea and will be affected by these changes.