Dynamical Meteorology and Climatology Unit

David Docquier

Postdoc researcher

Co-PI of RESIST and involved in ROADMAP via BELSPO funding

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Research interests

  • Sea ice - ocean - atmosphere interactions in both polar regions
  • Application of causal methods, more particularly the Liang-Kleeman information flow method, to climate problems
  • Use of data from global climate models (e.g. CMIP6) and satellite observations

3 recent publications

Docquier, D., G. Di Capua, R. V. Donner, C. A. L. Pires, A. Simon, S. Vannitsem (2024). A comparison of two causal methods in the context of climate analyses. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 31(1): 115-136.

Dörr, J., M. Arthun, D. Docquier, C. Li, T. Eldevik (2024). Causal links between sea-ice variability in the Barents-Kara Seas and oceanic and atmospheric drivers. Geophysical Research Letters, 51(7), e2024GL108195.

Pires, C., D. Docquier, S. Vannitsem (2024). A general theory to estimate Information transfer in nonlinear systems. Physica D: Nonlinear Phenomena, 458, 133988.

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