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Poster Programme AS2.3


Boundary Layers in High Latitudes: Physical and Chemical Processes Including Atmosphere-Ice Chemical Interactions (AICI)
Convener: W. Neff  | Co-Conveners: G. Heinemann , A. Jones , Argentini , P. Anderson , T. Bartels-Rausch , V. F. McNeill 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 23 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 8
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 23 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X/Y
Poster Summaries & DiscussionsPSD10.6 

Attendance Time: Monday, 23 April 2012, 17:30–19:00
Hall X/Y
Chairperson: W.D. Neff
Energy and ozone fluxes over sea ice in Hudson Bay, Canada
J B A Muller, J R Dorsey, M Flynn, M W Gallagher, C J Percival, D E Shallcross, A Archibald, H K Roscoe, R W Obbard, H M Atkinson, J D Lee, S J Moller, and L J Carpenter

Hall X/Y
Atmospheric nitrogen oxides (NO and NO2) in ambient and firn interstitial air at Dome C: implications for modeling reactive nitrogen cycling on the East Antarctic Plateau
M.M. Frey, N. Brough, J.L. Thomas, A.E. Jones, and J. Savarino

Hall X/Y
Features of ODEs derived from an autonomous surface ozone network in coastal Antarctica
A.E. Jones, E.W. Wolff, S. J.-B. Bauguitte, and N. Brough

Hall X/Y
EGU2012-2535 | presentation
Boundary-layer measurements and surface fluxes in Arctic at the Eureka (Canada) and Tiksi (Russia) climate observatories
A. A. Grachev, T. Uttal, P. O. G. Persson, R. S. Stone, I. A. Repina, A. Y. Artamonov, and R. Albee

Hall X/Y
Processes Affecting the Annual Surface Energy Budget at High-Latitude Terrestrial Sites
P. O. G. Persson, R. S. Stone, A. Grachev, and L. Matrosova

Hall X/Y
Examining the influence of local terrain on surface winds and boundary layer structure at the South Pole: Implications for “chemical events
WD Neff and DD Davis

Hall X/Y
The influence of synoptic weather patterns over Antarctica and their influence on boundary layer structure and chemistry at the South Pole during summer
WD Neff and DD Davis

Hall X/Y
Summer cloud and precipitation properties at Utsteinen, Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, measured by ground-based remote sensing instruments
I.V. Gorodetskaya, N.P.M. van Lipzig, S. Kneifel, M. Maahn, S. Crewell, and M. Van den Broeke

Hall X/Y
An upgraded version of the Eta Model applied to Antarctic case studies
S. Morelli

Hall X/Y
Validation of the summertime surface energy budget of Larsen Ice Shelf (Antarctica) as represented in two regional atmospheric models
J. King, A. Kirchgaessner, P. Kuipers-Munneke, and M. van den Broeke

Hall X/Y
Snow Web 2.0: The Next Generation of Antarctic Meteorological Monitoring Systems?
J. Coggins, A. McDonald, G. Plank, M. Pannell, R. Ward, and S. Parsons

Hall X/Y
EGU2012-9516 | presentation
The near-surface small-scale spatial and temporal variability of momentum, sensible and latent heat exchange in Arctic regions: a case study
G. Jocher, F. Karner, F. Obleitner, J. Reuder, Ch. Ritter, R. Neuber, K. Dethloff, and Th. Foken

Hall X/Y
Modeling chemistry in and above snow at Summit, Greenland: Impact of snowpack chemistry on the oxidation capacity of the boundary layer
J.L. Thomas, J. Dibb, G. Huey, J. Liao, D. Tanner, B. Lefer, R. von Glasow, and J. Stutz

Hall X/Y
Comprehensive Study of Carbonaceous Species in Arctic Snow: from Snow Type to Carbon Sources and Sinks in the Snowpack
D. Voisin, J. Cozic, S. Houdier, M. Barret, J.L. Jaffrezo, M.D. King, H.J. Beine, and F. Domine

Hall X/Y
EGU2012-13600 | presentation
The role of grain boundaries on the uptake of H2O2
T. Ulrich, M. Ammann, S. Leutwyler, and T. Bartels-Rausch