Studying hydro-climate extremes in south-east Europe
The south-east European region is severely affected by climate change: reduced summer precipitation is causing health risks, drought threats and higher energy demands. However, little is known about the future effects of climate change in this part of Europe. The EU-funded EXtremeClimTwin project will reinforce and improve the research and innovation capacity of the University of Novi Sad Faculty of Sciences (UNSPMF) in Serbia in the domains of climate change and hydro-climate extremes. The project will establish a collaborative network with the German SME and research company Climate Risk Analysis, the Loughborough University in the UK and the Centre for International Climate Research (CICERO) in Norway, which will allow knowledge-transfer and provide further training for the personnel and early-stage researchers of the University of Novi Sad.
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