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Poster Programme CR9.10

CR9.10

Sea ice physical and biological processes and interactions with climate
Convener: D. L. Feltham 
Session details
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 24 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room 9
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 24 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall XL
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Attendance Time: Tuesday, 24 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall XL
Chairperson: Daniela Flocco
XL92
EGU2012-3042
Modelling discrete failure regimes of anisotropic sea ice
A. V. Wilchinsky and D. L. Feltham

XL93
EGU2012-5379
Impact of a new anisotropic rheology on the Arctic sea ice
Dr Tsamados

XL94
EGU2012-5417
Jet Formation at the Sea Ice Edge
H. Heorton, D Feltham, and A Keen

XL95
EGU2012-4792
The mixed layer over the Antarctic continental shelf
A. Petty, D. L. Feltham, and P. R. Holland

XL96
EGU2012-10179
Results from a lab study of melting sea ice
M. Wiese, P. Griewank, and D. Notz

XL97
EGU2012-13880
Differential sea ice bottom melt rate during late summer in the Chukchi Borderland region
B. Hwang, J. Wilkinson, H.K Ha, T.W Kim, K. Jackson, and K.H. Chung

XL98
EGU2012-1368
The Radiation Budget of Sea Ice during the Springtime Melt
S. Hudson, M. A. Granskog, B.C. Elder, D.K. Perovich, C. Petrich, and M. Nicolaus

XL99
EGU2012-3174
Validation and Interpretation of a new sea ice GlobIce dataset using buoys and the CICE sea ice model
D. Flocco, S. W. Laxon, D. L. Feltham, and C. Haas

XL100
EGU2012-5091
Impact of the SH sea-ice cover and ocean surface on the Southern Ocean atmospheric variability
N. Merz, J. Sedlacek, and C.C. Raible

XL101
EGU2012-13660
The Polar Ocean in a Warming Planet: Understanding for managing a unique resource of the Humankind
R. Azzolini, P. Campus, and J. Weber

XL102
EGU2012-3468
Observed forcing‐feedback processes between Annular-like atmospheric circulation and sea ice -a Maximum Covariance Analysis
Q. Wu and X. Zhang

XL103
EGU2012-9083
Brine rejection and cascades in the Arctic
C. Postlethwaite and M. Luneva

XL104
EGU2012-5178
The impact of the implementation of new physical processes in the sea ice component of CNRM-CM5 ESM
D. Salas y Melia, M. Chevallier, and S. Senesi

XL105
EGU2012-1957
The 21st century changes in the Arctic sea ice cover as a function of its present state : what can we learn from CMIP5 models ?
F. Massonnet, T. Fichefet, G. Philippon-Berthier, C. Bitz, M. Holland, H. Goosse, and P. -Y. Barriat

XL106
EGU2012-4058
Temperature dependence of the Northern Hemisphere sea ice extent derived from observations and AR4 models
L. Bobylev, S. Kuzmina, O. M. Johannessen, and G. Alekseev

XL107
EGU2012-6503
Arctic sea-ice variability and its implication to the path of pollutants under a changing climate
K. Castro-Morales, R. Gerdes, K. Riemann-Campe, C. Köberle, and M. Losch

XL108
EGU2012-7423
Changes in Arctic sea ice distribution and variability during the next decades
K. Riemann-Campe, R. Gerdes, K. Castro-Morales, M. Karcher, F. Kauker, C. Köberle, and M. Losch

XL109
EGU2012-8399
The Arctic sea ice in climate models - variability and anthropogenic climate change
L. Behrens, T. Martin, V. Semenov, and M. Latif

XL110
EGU2012-10650
The difference between summer and winter Arctic sea ice change as a fingerprint of anthropogenic climate change
V.A. Semenov, L. Behrens, T. Martin, M. Latif, and W. Park

XL111
EGU2012-10452
The study of ikaite formation in sea ice
Y. Hu, G. Nehrke, G. Dieckmann, C. Völker, and D. Wolf-Gladrow

XL112
EGU2012-12141
The influence of an antifreeze protein from a polar diatom on ice crystal orientation and growth
I. Weikusat and M. Bayer-Giraldi

XL113
EGU2012-13585
Extracellular macromolecules in sea-ice: Effects on sea-ice structure and their implications
M. Ewert and M. Bayer-Giraldi

XL114
EGU2012-6559
Sea ice primary productivity in the central Arctic during summer 2011
M. Fernández-Méndez, I. Peeken, E.M. Nöthig, F. Wenzhöfer, and A. Boetius

XL115
EGU2012-12122
Circum-Arctic Efforts to understand sea and seal populations from images
E. Weatherhead, U. Herzfeld, and J. Maslanik