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Posters CL2.3

CL2.3

Arctic climate change: governing mechanisms and global implications
Convener: Richard Bintanja 
Co-Convener: Rune Grand Graversen 
Session details
Orals
 / Tue, 09 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room Y6
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Yellow Posters
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Attendance Time: Tuesday, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Yellow Posters
Chairperson: Richard Bintanja
Z198
EGU2013-1550
On the role of temperature feedbacks for Arctic amplification
Felix Pithan and Thorsten Mauritsen

Z199
EGU2013-1581
Arctic circulation regimes and their transformations under the influence of climate change
Andrey Proshutinsky, Dmitry Dukhovskoy, Mary-Louise Timmermans, and Jonathan Bamber

Z200
EGU2013-2686
The contribution of sub-grid snow distributions to climate change and polar amplification in a quadrupled CO2 world using a coupled GCM.
Ryouta O'ishi, Tomoko Nitta, Kumiko Takata, Tetsuo Sueyoshi, Glen E. Liston, and Ayako Abe-Ouchi

Z201
EGU2013-2839
The changing seasonal climate in the Arctic
Richard Bintanja and Eveline van der Linden

Z202
EGU2013-2939
Coastal Greenland air temperature extremes 1890-2010
Sebastian H. Mernild, Edward Hanna, and John Cappelen

Z203
EGU2013-2983
On the statistical significance of surface air temperature trends in the Eurasian Arctic region
Christian Franzke

Z204
EGU2013-3469
Total cloudiness over the Arctic in winter: an intercomparison of different climatologies, an assessment of inter-annual variability and connection with surface air temperature
Alexander Chernokulsky, Igor Esau, and Igor I. Mokhov

Z205
EGU2013-8595
The Arctic Amplification and inter-relation between Arctic Sea-Ice, cloud greenhouse heating and atmospheric circulation in ERA-Interim and EC-Earth
Ulrika Willén, Richard Bintanja, Joseph Sedlar, Torben Königk, and Klaus Wyser

Z206
EGU2013-9274
The Arctic's role in climate variations associated with Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation
Vladimir Semenov, Evgeniya Shelekhova, Mojib Latif, Igor Mokhov, and Alexander Polonsky

Z207 EGU2013-9409
Sensitivity and uncertainty in regional Arctic climate futures scenario experiments (withdrawn)
Ralf Döscher, Peter Berg, Shiyu Wang, and Torben Koenigk

Z208
EGU2013-10682 | Presentation
Simulated and observed trends in key variables of the Arctic marine carbon cycle
Nadine Goris, Christoph Heinze, Siv Lauvset, Dmitry Petrenko, Dmitry Pozdnyakov, and Jörg Schwinger

Z209
EGU2013-11130
Improvements of sea level anomaly maps in the Arctic Ocean
Yongcun Cheng, Ole Baltazar Andersen, and Per Knudsen

Z210
EGU2013-11875
An estimation of the polar temperature amplification induced by the lapse-rate and the surface-albedo feedback, using a slab-ocean climate model
Rune Grand Graversen, Peter L Langen, and Thorsten Mauritsen

Z211
EGU2013-12930
Semi-annual to decadal oscillations as recorded at Neumayer research station, Antarctica
Norel Rimbu, Gerrit Lohmann, Gert Koenig-Langloo, and Monica Ionita

Z212
EGU2013-13424
The Role of Longwave Radiation in the 2007 Arctic Sea Ice Anomaly
Eric Nussbaumer and Rachel Pinker