Teaching during ERCA 2016, Grenoble

Written by Jaša Čalogović on .

ERCA 201624th European Research Course on Atmospheres (ERCA) was organized from 6. January to 4. February 2016. by Universite Joseph Fourier and CNRS in Grenoble, France. ERCA is a high level international course on the Physics and Chemistry of atmospheres, the climate system and climate change, atmospheric pollution at different scales and the human dimensions of environmental changes. The course also covers the solar influences on Earth's atmosphere and climate. More than 35 students from all around the world participated ERCA.
Jaša Čalogović was invited to give students two lectures ("A cosmic ray - cloud link and cloud observations" and "Composite analysis and Monte Carlo methods - an example with Forbush decreases and cloud cover"). Aim of lectures was to show effects of space weather on Earth, present cosmic - ray hypothesis and show potential problems that were present in past studies analyzing geophysical data.