Poster Programme CL2

CL2

Past, Present and Future Changes in Ocean Circulation: Data and Models
Convener: S. Rahmstorf  | Co-Conveners: Waelbroeck , O. Marchal 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 23 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 13
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Thursday, 23 April 2009, 17:30–19:00
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XY164
EGU2009-1789
Evidence of ocean circulation change from European eel remains in archaeological and palaeontological sites
A. Kettle, D. Heinrich, J.H. Barrett, N. Benecke, and A. Locker

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XY165
EGU2009-2529
Cold climate westerly winds over the Southern Ocean
L. Sime, C. Le Quere, E. Wolff, W. Connolley, A. De Boer, and L. Bopp

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XY166
EGU2009-3361
Importance of a control state for simulating the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation at the LGM
A. Oka, A. Abe-ouchi, and H. Hasumi

Halls X/Y
XY167
EGU2009-4133
On the mechanism of natural variability of Atlantic meridional overturning circulation in climate model INMCM3.0
E. Volodin, N. Diansky, R. Purini, and C. Transerici

Halls X/Y
XY168
EGU2009-5782
Deep Water properties in the North Atlantic's eastern and western basins during the Mid-Brunhes (330-630 ka)
A.H.L. Voelker and S. Lebreiro

Halls X/Y
XY169
EGU2009-7575
Reversed North Atlantic subpolar gyre dynamics in present and glacial climates
M. Montoya, A. Born, and A. Levermann

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XY170
EGU2009-7899
Comparison of COADS and MIROC climatologies as forcing of the Iberian Upwelling Ecosystem
A. Cordeiro Pires, R. Nolasco, J. Dubert, A. Rocha, and A. Peliz

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XY171
EGU2009-8891
Eastern Ionian Sea paleoceanographic conditions during the Plio - Pleistocene as revealed through the study of fish otoliths
K. AGIADI, M.V. TRIANTAPHYLLOU, A. GIRONE, V. KARAKITSIOS, and M.D. DERMITZAKIS

Halls X/Y
XY172
EGU2009-9251
Fennoscandian trigger for D-O events
K.H. Nisancioglu, T.M. Dokken, C. Li, and D.S. Battisti

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XY173
EGU2009-10110
What is the skill of different ocean tracers to reduce uncertainties about model projections of the North Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation?
M. Goes, K. Keller, N. Urban, R. Tonkonojenkov, J. Dorin, and A. Schmittner

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XY174
EGU2009-12107
A role for icebergs in the 8.2 ka climate event
A.P. Wiersma and J.I. Jongma

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XY175
EGU2009-12377
Constraints on the evolution of climate during marine isotope stage 11
N. Vázquez Riveiros, C. Waelbroeck, L. Skinner, and E. Michel

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XY176
EGU2009-12761
Sensitivity of the Last Glacial Maximum climate and ocean circulation simulated by the IPSL model to their initial states
M. Kageyama, O. Marti, J. Mignot, D. Swingedouw, C. Marzin, and R. Alkama

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XY177
EGU2009-12983
Paleoceanographic interpretations of late Pleistocene to Holocene sedimentological and geochemical proxy-data from SE-Atlantic abyssal plains (Cape, Angola and Guinea Basin)
W.E. Piller and S. Müllegger

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XY178
EGU2009-13276
Intercomparison of North Atlantic decadal variability in the CMIP3 coupled model database
F. Alvarez-Garcia, M. J. OrtizBeviá, W. CabosNarvaez, and G. Gomez-Prada

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XY179
EGU2009-13285
Deep circulation changes during the last glacial inception: Rapid Southern Ocean response to insolation, preceding North Atlantic deep water changes.
A. Govin, E. Michel, L. Labeyrie, A. Landais, E. Capron, C. Waelbroeck, and E. Janssen