Prestigious Award for Outstanding Contribution to Climate Research; Polar Researcher Lemke Receives ‘Bayer Climate Award’; Changes in Sea Ice a Barometer for Climate Change / Dr. Plischke, Member of the Bayer Board of Management: Key Principles for Climate Models and a Decision-Making Basis for Climate Policy

ENPNewswire-26 March 2010-Prestigious award for outstanding contribution to climate research; Polar researcher Lemke receives ‘Bayer Climate Award’; Changes in sea ice a barometer for climate change / Dr. Plischke, member of the Bayer Board of Management: Key principles for climate models and a decision-making basis for climate policy(C)2010 ENPublishing – Release date- 25032010 – Leverkusen – The Bayer Science & Education Foundation has chosen Professor Peter Lemke from the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) in Bremerhaven as the winner of the ‘Bayer Climate Award 2010.’ Professor Lemke is being honored for his fundamental and pioneering contributions to establishing the relationship between sea ice and the climate. His research focuses on issues that have been brought to the center of the general public’s attention as a result of the ongoing debate on climate change. Changes in sea ice serve as a barometer for climate change. Werner Wenning, Chairman of the Board of Management of Bayer AG, will present Lemke with the award at the international climate conference ‘Continents under Climate Change’ organized by Humboldt University and taking place in Berlin on April 22, 2010.

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