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2019 Noble Lectures - "The Large-Scale Structure of Atmospheres and Oceans"
The 2019 Noble Lectures will be given by Prof. Geoffrey Vallis, from Department of Mathematics at the University of Exeter.
2017 Noble Lectures - "Topics in troposphere-stratosphere coupling"
The 2017 Noble Lectures will be given by Peter Haynes, from Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge .
2015 Noble Lectures - "Satellite Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Composition"
The 2015 Noble Lectures will be given by Pieternel Levelt, from the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) and University of Technology Delft (TUD).
2014 Noble Lectures - "Dynamics of the Oceans and Atmosphere"
The 2014 Noble Lectures will be given by Peter Rhines, from the University of Washington.
2013 Noble Lectures - "Five Tons a Year: Carbon dioxide in the Anthropocene"
The 2013 Noble Lectures will be given by Dr. Paul Wennberg, from the California Institute of Technology
2012 Noble Lectures - "General Circulation of the Atmosphere"
The 2013 Noble Lectures will be given by Dr. Paul Wennberg, from the California Institute of Technology
2011 Noble Lectures - "Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics through the Lens of Ozone"
The 2011 Noble Lectures will be given by Prof. Anne M. Thompson, Professor of Meteorology, Penn State University.
2010 Noble Lectures - "New Worlds, New Climates"
The 2010 Noble Lectures will be given by Prof. Raymond T. Pierrehumbert, Louis Block Professor in Geophysical Sciences at the University of Chicago.
2009 Noble Lectures - "The Physics of Atmospheric Gas Measurements"
The 2014 Noble Lectures will be given by Dr. Kelly Chance, from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
2008 Noble Lectures - "The Global Atmosphere in Motion"
The 2014 Noble Lectures will be given by Dr. J. Michael Wallace Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington
2007 Noble Lectures - "Atmospheric Chemistry and the Remote Sensing of the Global Atmosphere"
The 2014 Noble Lectures will be given by Dr. John P. Burrows, Institute of Environmental Physics, IUP University of Bremen