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The NCU Centre for Climate Change Research (CCCR) was established on December 1, 2019, as a university unit directly subordinate to the Rector, pursuant to Rector's Order 182 of November 28, 2019. It currently consists of fifteen researchers from four faculties representing five separate scientific disciplines (Mathematics and Computer Science; Biological and Veterinary Sciences; Historical Sciences; and Earth Sciences and Spatial Management). In the future, researchers from Poland and abroad will be invited to work at or with the CCCR.

The main goal of the CCCR is to research climate changes over the last millennium in Poland, Central Europe and polar areas (mainly the Arctic). Nicolaus Copernicus University staff have been working together on this subject since 1999 in less formalised arrangements as part of numerous research projects, as documented by many publications in high-impact journals. The other goals of the CCCR are: 1) To hold scientific conferences and general university lectures, inviting the most prominent world experts in climate change, the environment, etc.; 2) To popularise knowledge about climate change and the environment; 3) To participate in expert teams, writing expert opinions on climate change and its environmental and societal consequences.

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Jan 25, 2024

Ghazi, Babak; Przybylak, Rajmund; Oliński, Piotr; Targowski, Michał; Filipiak, Janusz; Pospieszyńska, Aleksandra, 2024, "Floods in Poland in the 17th–18th centuries and their characteristics", https://doi.org/10.18150/VLPAFG, RepOD, V1

Dec 19, 2023

Ghazi, Babak; Przybylak, Rajmund; Oliński, Piotr; Chorążyczewski, Waldemar; Pospieszyńska, Aleksandra, 2023, "Floods in Poland in the 16th century and their characteristics", https://doi.org/10.18150/T3RXRI, RepOD, V2

Aug 31, 2023

Singh, Garima; Chmist, Konrad; Przybylak, Rajmund; Wyszyński, Przemysław; Araźny, Andrzej, 2023, "Air temperature data for SW Greenland in the second half of the 18th century", https://doi.org/10.18150/L1Y21Q, RepOD, V1

Jul 20, 2023

DEMARÉE, Gaston R.; OLSTHOORN, Thea; MAILIER, Pascal; OGILVIE, Astrid E. J., 2023, "Meteorological data for Labrador/Nunatsiavut concerning May 1872-June 1873 found in Moravian Missionary Records", https://doi.org/10.18150/3XHSCP, RepOD, V2

Mar 21, 2023

Ghazi, Babak; Oliński, Piotr; Przybylak, Rajmund; Bogdańska, Katarzyna; Pospieszyńska, Aleksandra, 2023, "Floods in Poland and their characteristics", https://doi.org/10.18150/WD18XJ, RepOD, V2

Apr 10, 2020

Przybylak, Rajmund; Sviashchennikov, Pavel Nikolaievich; Uscka-Kowalkowska, Joanna; Wyszyński, Przemysław, 2020, "Solar radiation data for the Russian Arctic for the periods 1934-1950 and 2001-2019", https://doi.org/10.18150/repod.0451825, RepOD, V1

Mar 31, 2020

Przybylak, Rajmund; Oliński, Piotr; Filipiak, Janusz; Pospieszyńska, Aleksandra; Chorążyczewski, Waldemar, 2020, "Drought indices for the area of Poland from 1451 to 2015", https://doi.org/10.18150/repod.3621839, RepOD, V1

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