Poster Programme US7

US7

Eyjafjallajökull - eruption, plume, and consequences
Convener: Euan Nisbet  | Co-Conveners: Charlotte Bay Hasager , Bruce D. Malamud 
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 04 May, 18:30–20:00  / Room 36
 / Thu, 06 May, 18:30–20:15  / Room 36
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 05 May, 17:30–19:00  / Poster Area US7

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 5 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Poster Area US7
Chairperson: Euan Nisbet, Bruce Malamud
US7-1
EGU2010-15739<span style="font-size: .8em!important; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: super; color: green!important;"></span>
Spain as an emergency air traffic hub during volcanic air fall events? Evidence of past volcanic ash air fall over Europe during the late Pleistocene
Mark Hardiman, Christine Lane, Simon P. E. Blockley, Ana Moreno, Blas Valero-Garcés, José E. Ortiz, Trino Torres, John J. Lowe, and Martin A. Menzies

US7-2
EGU2010-15740
Is the ash distribution from Eyjafjallajökull unique? Tephrochronological perspectives on volcanic ash deposition across Northern Europe
Ian Matthews, Alison MacLeod, Simon Blockley, John Lowe, and Sean Pyne-O'Donnell and the RHOXTOR members

US7-3
EGU2010-15741<span style="font-size: .8em!important; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: super; color: green!important;"></span>
Observation of Eyjafjallajökull volcano ash over Poland
T. Zielinski, T. Petelski, P. Makuch, J. Kowalczyk, A. Rozwadowska, V. Drozdowska, K. Markowicz, S. Malinowski, A. Kardas, M. Posyniak, A. K. Jagodnicka, T. Stacewicz, and J. Piskozub

US7-4
EGU2010-15742<span style="font-size: .8em!important; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: super; color: green!important;"></span>
Aerosol monitoring at the Hamburg Earlinet site from April 16 to April 19
Stefan Kinne and et al.

US7-5
EGU2010-15743
Temporal evolution of volcanic ash plume in Romania, seen by lidars and EUMETCAST
Doina Nicolae, Camelia Talianu, Razvan Radulescu, and Sabina Stefan

US7-6
EGU2010-15744
Volcanic ash observed over Poland, April 2010
Aleksander Pietruczuk, Janusz Krzyścin, Janusz Jarosławski, and Jerzy Podgórski

US7-7
EGU2010-15745
Lidar observation of Eyjafjallajoekull ash layer evolution above the Swiss Plateau
Valentin Simeonov, Todor Dinoev, Mark Parlange, Ilya Serikov, Bertrand Calpini, F. Wienhold, I. Engel, M. Brabec, A. Crisian, T. Peter, Valentin Mitev, and R. Matthey

US7-8
EGU2010-15746<span style="font-size: .8em!important; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: super; color: green!important;"></span>
Multi-Instrument Measurements from Lecce, Italy (40.3N-18.1E): a site scarcely affected by the Iceland Volcano Eruption
V. Bellantone, F. De Tomasi, M. R. Perrone, and A. Tafuro

US7-9
EGU2010-15747
Observations of Eyjafjallajökull eruption's plume at Potenza EARLINET station
Lucia Mona, Aldo Amodeo, Antonella Boselli, Carmela Cornacchia, Guiseppe D'Amico, Aldo Giunta, Fabio Madonna, and Gelsomina Pappalardo

US7-10
EGU2010-15748<span style="font-size: .8em!important; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: super; color: green!important;"></span>
Observation of Eyjafjallajoekull ashes at the Napoli Earlinet station
G. Pisani, N. Spinelli, and X. Wang

US7-11
EGU2010-15749<span style="font-size: .8em!important; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: super; color: green!important;"></span>
Characterization of the Eyjafjallajökull ash plume over Munich by means of lidar measurements and model calculations
Silke Groß, Josef1 Gasteiger, Volker Freudenthaler, Franzsika Schnell, Theresa Hayek, and Matthias Wiegner

US7-12
EGU2010-15750
Follow up of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano over Athens, Greece in the frame of the EARLINET project
Rodanthi-Elisavet Mamouri, Alexandros Papayannis, Panagiotis Kokkalis, George Tsaknakis, Vassilis Amiridis, and Stylianos Kazadzis

US7-13
EGU2010-15765
Overview of the NAME model and its role as a VAAC atmospheric dispersion model during the Eyjafjallajökull Eruption April 2010
Susan Leadbetter, Paul Agnew, Laura Burgin, Lucy Davis, Matthew Hort, Lois Huggett, Andrew Jones, Alistair Manning, Alsion Redington, David Thomson, and Helen Webster

US7-14
EGU2010-15752
Detection of volcanic ash from the Eyjafjallajoekull eruption with a Raman lidar over Thessaloniki Greece
Elina Giannakaki, Dimitris Balis, and Alkiviadis Bais

US7-15
EGU2010-15753
The Eyjafjallajökull ash plume over Leipzig, Germany
Ina Mattis, Matthias Tesche, Patric Seifert, Anja Hiebsch, Jörg Schmidt, Annett Skupin, Albert Ansmann, and Ulla Wandinger

US7-16
EGU2010-15754
Lidar observations of ash plume across Europe
Torben Mikkelsen, Laurent Sauvage, Sven-Erik Gryning, Charlotte Bay Hasager, and Alfredo Peña

US7-17
EGU2010-15755
The vital role of daily global aerosol and trace gas monitoring: a satellite perspective highlighting OMI and GOME-2 analysis of Eyjafjallajökull emissions
D. Stein Zweers, P. Stammes, O. Tuinder, R. van der A, G. Tilstra, F. Boersma, R. Dirksen, P. Veefkind, and P.F. Levelt

US7-18
EGU2010-15756<span style="font-size: .8em!important; font-weight: bold; vertical-align: super; color: green!important;"></span>
The investigation of volcano plume over Germany
Wolfgang von Hoyningen-Huene and Alexander A. Kokhanovsky

US7-19
EGU2010-15757
Measurements of atmospheric volcanic ash using an aerosol radiosonde
J.Z. Ulanowski, R.G. Harrison, and K.A. Nicoll

US7-20
EGU2010-15758
Eyjafjallajökull Ash Plume - Observations by DWD Ceilometers, Ozone Sondes and in-situ Instruments
Harald Flentje, Anja Werner, Hans Claude, Stefan Gilge, Christian Plass-Dülmer, Wolfgang Steinbrecht, Werner Thomas, and Wolfgang Fricke

US7-21
EGU2010-15759
Inside the volcano: mapping the convoluted path of magma ascent in Eyjafjallajökull volcano with GPS and InSAR
Sigrún Hreinsdóttir, Andy Hopper, Thóra Árnadóttir, Freysteinn Sigmundsson, Rikke Pedersen, Halldór Geirsson, Matthew Roberts, Amandine Auriac, Judicael Decriem, Páll Einarsson, Kurt Feigl, Martin Hensch, Jósef Hólmjárn, Thorgils Ingvarsson, Thorsteinn Jónsson, Björn Lund, Benedikt Ófeigsson, Peter Schmidt, Sveinbjörn Steinthórsson, Erik Sturkell, and Hjörleifur Sveinbjörnsson

US7-22
EGU2010-15760
Overview on glacial bursts following the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull volcano on April 14 2010
Emmanuel Pagneux, Gunnar Sigurðsson, and Bogi B. Björnsson

US7-23
EGU2010-15761
Quicklook of different remote sensing techniques for the detection of the volcanic ash cloud
Anja Hünerbein, Wilfried Baum, Ralf Becker, and Klaus Behrens

US7-24
EGU2010-15762
The April 2010 eruption of the ice-capped Eyjafjallajökull, South Iceland
Magnus T. Gudmundsson and the Eyjafjallajökull

US7-25
EGU2010-15763
Monitoring the Eyjafjöll volcanic plume using OPGC platforms : remote sensing and in-situ measurements
Philippe Labazuy, Mathieu Gouhier, Maxime Hervo, Patrick Freville, Boris Quehennen, Frank Donnadieu, Yannick Guehenneux, Philippe Cacault, Aurélie Colomb, Jean-François Gayet, Jean-Marc Pichon, Sandrine Rivet, Alfons Schwarzenböck, and Karine Sellegri

US7-26
EGU2010-15764
Analysis of the impact of Heathrow and Gatwick airport closures on local air quality during Eyjafjallajökull eruption 15th-17th April 2010
Benjamin Barratt and Gary Fuller

US7-27
EGU2010-15768
Eyjafjallajökull2010 - The activity of the eruption plume during the first 2 weeks
Árni Sigurðsson, Bolli Pálmason, Esther Hlíðar Jensen, Gudrun Nina Petersen, Halldór Björnsson, Hróbjartur Þorsteinsson, and Þórður Arason

US7-28
EGU2010-15770
First estimates of mass concentrations from Eyjafjöll over The Netherlands using PCA on multi-wavelength Raman lidar data
Martin de Graaf, David P. Donovan, Arnold Apituley, and Keith M. Wilson

US7-29
EGU2010-15767
Simulation of the dispersion of the Eyjafjallajökull plume over Europe with the German operational weather forecast system
Heike Vogel, Jochen Förstner, Bernhard Vogel, Thomas Hanisch, Bernhard Mühr, and Ulrich Schättler

US7-30
EGU2010-15769
Assessment of the impact of the Eyjafjallajökull's eruption on surface air quality in France
Augustin Colette, Nicolas Alsac, Bertrand Bessagnet, Hugues Biaudet, Laura Chiappini, Olivier Favez, Emeric Frejafon, Francois Gautier, Fabrice Godefroy, Martial Haeffelin, Eva Leoz, Laure Malherbe, Frederik Meleux, Laurent Menut, Yohann Morille, Arnaud Papin, Christophe Pietras, Martine Ramel, and Laurence Rouil