Poster Programme OS5

OS5

The North Atlantic and its role for climate, sea level change, and anthropogenic carbon
Convener: Monika Rhein 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 03 May, 08:30–12:00 / Room 6
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 03 May, 17:30–19:00 / Hall XL
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Attendance Time: Monday, 03 May, 17:30–19:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: Monika Rhein
XL182
EGU2010-263
Did the Great Salinity Anomaly really prevent deep convection in the Labrador Sea from 1968 to 1971?
Renske Gelderloos, Fiammetta Straneo, and Caroline A. Katsman

XL183
EGU2010-1383
Recent large increases in freshwater fluxes from Greenland into the North Atlantic
Jonathan L. Bamber, Michiel van den Broeke, Janneke Ettema, and Eric Rignot

XL184
EGU2010-2091
Sea level change due to Greenland ice sheet melting
Sandra-Esther Brunnabend, Jens Schroeter, Ralph Timmermann, Roelof Rietbroek, and Juergen Kusche

XL185
EGU2010-2438
What can we learn about deep convection in the Labrador Sea using increments of an ocean reanalysis ?
Nicolas C. Jourdain, Bernard Barnier, Julien Le Sommer, Jean-Marc Molines, Jérome Chanut, Nicolas Ferry, and Mercator Team

XL186
EGU2010-2508
Deep water formation, the subpolar gyre and the meridional overturning circulation in the subpolar North Atlantic
Monika Rhein, Dagmar Kieke, Sabine Hüttl-Kabus, Achim Ströh, Christian Mertens, and Robert Meissner

XL187
EGU2010-2908
Impact of atmospheric feedbacks on the stability of the thermohaline circulation in the Atlantic ocean
Andrea Cimatoribus, Sybren Drijfhout, and Henk Dijkstra

XL188
EGU2010-3844
Strong impacts of the Gulf Stream anomalies on the large-scale atmospheric state
Mototaka Nakamura and Shozo Yamane

XL189
EGU2010-4853
The Impact of the Greenland Tip Jet on the Subpolar North Atlantic
David Sproson, Ian Renfrew, and Karen Heywood

XL190
EGU2010-5016
Transport at the south east tip of Greenland from in situ and altimetric data
Nathalie Daniault, Pascale Lherminier, and Herlé Mercier

XL191
EGU2010-5338
Did the naval wars in the North Atlantic and adjacent North and Baltic Sea during WWI and WWII played a significant role in the two climatic shifts of the 20th Century, the Arctic warming (1919 to 1939) and the global cooling (1940 to mid 1970)?
Arnd Bernaerts

XL192
EGU2010-5113
Vertical-mode decomposition as a dynamic description of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation
Zoltan Szuts and Jochem Marotzke

XL193
EGU2010-6284
The warm climate of Northern Europe is formed by rivers of Siberia
Borys Kapochkin, Valery Mikhaylov, Nataliya Kucherenko, and Margaryta Kapochkina

XL194
EGU2010-5755
Frequency- or amplitude-dependent effects of the Atlantic meridional overturning on the tropical Pacific Ocean
Lianke te Raa, Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, Henk Dijkstra, and Sjoukje Philip

XL195
EGU2010-8376
North Atlantic Current variability as observed by two decades of XBT measurements
Sabine Hüttl-Kabus and Birgit Klein

XL196
EGU2010-8598
Decadal variability in a high-resolution model of the North Atlantic ocean
Patrick Scholz and Gerrit Lohmann

XL197
EGU2010-9077
Multi-decadal North Atlantic Variability Simulated by NEMO
Jennifer Mecking, Noel Keenlyside, Richard Greatbatch, and Markus Scheinert

XL198
EGU2010-9512
North Atlantic - European shelves ocean atmosphere circulation simulated by coupled AOGCM REMO/MPI-OM/HD
Dmitry Sein, Uwe Mikolajewicz, Matthias Groeger, and Ernst Maier-Reimer

XL199
EGU2010-9699
Mesoscale variability of currents in the Rockall Trough
Jenny Ullgren and Martin White

XL200 EGU2010-9412
Convection in the Irminger Sea: Upper ocean heat and freshwater evolution between 2002 to 2010 (withdrawn)
Johannes Karstensen, Martin Visbeck, and Uwe Send

XL201
EGU2010-10823
Multi-decadal Atlantic Variability Simulated in CGCMs
Jin Ba, Noel Keenlyside, and Wonsun Park

XL202
EGU2010-13692
Fate of the North Atlantic Current Water in the Nordic Seas from Two Eddy-Permitting NEMO Hindcast Simulations
Colin More, Paul Myers, Arne Biastoch, Claus Boening, and Anne-Marie Treguier

XL203
EGU2010-14075
13 years of overflow observations at the Denmark Strait sill, combined with repeated hydrography in the Iceland Sea
Andreas Macrander, Steingrímur Jónsson, Detlef Quadfasel, Héðinn Valdimarsson, and Gunnar Voet

XL204
EGU2010-14170
Links Between the Deep Western Boundary Current, Labrador Sea Water Formation and Export, and the Meridional Overturning Circulation
Paul G. Myers and Nilgun Kulan

XL205
EGU2010-14177
Northern water mass transformation and AMOC
Helene R. Langehaug, Tor Eldevik, and Odd Helge Otterå