Poster Programme CL2.1

CL2.1

Climate of the Polar Regions
Convener: Peter Wadhams  | Co-Convener: Kate Thatcher 
Oral Programme
 / Thu, 06 May, 08:30–12:00  / Room 18
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Thu, 06 May, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Thursday, 6 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Halls X/Y
Chairperson: Steve Piacsek
XY256
EGU2010-6972
Isotopic evidence for sources of methane to the Arctic atmosphere in 2008 and 2009
Rebecca Fisher, David Lowry, Srimathy Sriskantharajah, Mathias Lanoisellé, Mary Fowler, and Euan Nisbet

Halls X/Y
XY257
EGU2010-10279
The 1994 to 2008 concentration variations of atmospheric CO2 observed at Jubany Station (Antarctica)
veronica gallo, sara de simone, luigi ciattaglia, claudio rafanelli, and piero diego

Halls X/Y
XY258
EGU2010-5375
Comparison of hydrographic climatologies in the Nordic seas using the metric of water mass census
Steve Piacsek, Michael Carnes, and Charlie Barron

Halls X/Y
XY259
EGU2010-8342
Variability of temperature-derived climate indices in the Arctic - Observation and Regional Climate Model
Heidrun Matthes, Annette Rinke, and Klaus Dethloff

Halls X/Y
XY260
EGU2010-3880
Seasonal variation of air temperature at the Mendel Station, James Ross Island in the period of 2006-2009
Kamil Laska, Pavel Prošek, and Ladislav Budík

Halls X/Y
XY261
EGU2010-9122
Long-term climate variations on Svalbard using early instrumental observations
Oeyvind Nordli and Ketil Isaksen

Halls X/Y
XY262
EGU2010-6261
Glacier discharge and climate variations
M.Carmen Dominguez, Concepcion Rodriguez-Puebla, Ascension H. Encinas, Isabel Visus, and Adolfo Eraso

Halls X/Y
XY263
EGU2010-2645
Homogenization of Antarctic Radiosonde Temperature Time Series using ERA-Interim Innovation Statistics
Sabine Radanovics

Halls X/Y
XY264
EGU2010-3819
Temperature trend estimates in the troposphere over Antarctica by use of analysis of the GPS radio occultation data
Kefei Zhang, Erjiang Fu, Chuan-Sheng Wang, Yuei-An Liou, Alexander Pavelyev, and Yuriy Kuleshov

Halls X/Y
XY265
EGU2010-1427
Climatic variations on longest tree-ring chronologies for Kola Peninsula and Finnish Lapland
E.A. Kasatkina, O.I. Shumilov, M. Timonen, K. Mielikainen, S. Helama, A.G. Kanatjev, and I.Yu. Kirtsideli

Halls X/Y
XY266
EGU2010-7328
Climate variability in the Siberian Arctic over the past millennium: midge-based inferences from lakes of the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic
Boris Ilyashuk, Maarten van Hardenbroek, Oliver Heiri, and André F. Lotter

Halls X/Y
XY267
EGU2010-13333
Defining The Little Ice Age
Øyvind Paasche and Jostein Bakke

Halls X/Y
XY268
EGU2010-14218
The Arctic Mountain Glacier, Austre Okstindbreen in Northern Norway, survived the “Holocene Thermal Optimum
Jostein Bakke, Øyvind Paasche, and Svein Olaf Dahl

Halls X/Y
XY270
EGU2010-12663
Impact of the Laurentide Ice Sheet deglaciation on early to mid-Holocene climate evolution
LIYA JIN, YOUBING PENG, and ANDREY GANOPOLSKI

Halls X/Y
XY271
EGU2010-12920
Holocene Climate and Environment Dynamics in Kamchatka, NE Russia
Larisa Nazarova, Bernhard Diekmann, Verena De Hoog, Oleg Dirksen, Veronika Dirksen, and Ulrike Hoff

Halls X/Y
XY272
EGU2010-12300
Sub-fossil cladoceran remains from the sediment of the lakes in Arctic Siberia, Russia: relationship to physical and chemical variables
Larisa Frolova, Larisa Nazarova, and Ulrike Herzschuh