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CL0.0

Open Session on Climate: Past, Present and Future
Convener: Thomas Blunier  | Co-Conveners: Victor Brovkin , Natalie Kehrwald 
Orals
 / Tue, 14 Apr, 13:30–17:00
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 14 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 14 April 2015, 17:30–19:00
Yellow Posters
Chairperson: Thomas Blunier
Y42
EGU2015-610
Regional pattern of snow characteristics around Antarctic Lake Vostok
Diana Vladimirova, Alexey Ekaykin, Sergey Popov, Yuriy Shibaev, Anna Kozachek, and Vladimir Lipenkov

Yellow Posters
Y43
EGU2015-654 | presentation
Pattern formation through spatial interactions in a modified Daisyworld model
Tommaso Alberti, Leonardo Primavera, Fabio Lepreti, Antonio Vecchio, and Vincenzo Carbone

Yellow Posters
Y45
EGU2015-2473
Frequency of occurrence and spatial distribution of very high daily precipitation totals in Slovakia
Pavel Faško, Marek Švec, Pavel Šťastný, Oliver Bochníček, and Peter Kajaba

Yellow Posters
Y46
EGU2015-10409
Geochemical compositions of northeast equatorial Pacific sediments and implications for latitudinal position of the Intertropical Convergence Zone since late Miocene
Kiseong Hyeong, Wonnyon Kim, Gee Soo Kong, Inah Seo, Chan Min Yoo, and Sang-Bum Chi

Yellow Posters
Y47
EGU2015-14759
Palynological implication of late Pliocene environments in the Ulleung Basin, East Sea
Sangheon Yi, Gil Young Kim, and Dong-Geun Yoo

Yellow Posters
Y48
EGU2015-13824
The Impact of a Warmer Climate on the Global Coastal Low-Level Wind Jets
Daniela C. Lima, Pedro M.M. Soares, Rita M. Cardoso, and Àlvaro Semedo

Yellow Posters
Y49
EGU2015-10826
Paleoceanographic Change at the Eastern Margin of the Western Pacific Warm Pool during the Mid-Pleistocene Transition
Inah Seo, Yong Il Lee, Chan Min Yoo, Kiseong Hyeong, and Wonnyon Kim

Yellow Posters
Y50
EGU2015-10945
Role of carbon and climate in forming the Páramo, an Andean evolutionary hotspot
Daniel Hill

Yellow Posters
Y51
EGU2015-11647
Multispecies dendroclimatic reconstruction of drought index (SPI) in the eastern Iberian Range (Spain)
Ernesto Tejedor, Miguel Angel Saz, José María Cuadrat, Martín De Luis, Roberto Serrano-Notivoli, and Mariano Barriendos

Yellow Posters
Y52
EGU2015-4319
Similarities between several major extinctions and preservation of life – biomolecules to geomolecules: an interdisciplinary approach
Kliti Grice, Ines Melendez, and Svenja Tulipani

Yellow Posters
Y53
EGU2015-6461
On the climate sensitivity in global aqua-planet simulations
Kay Sušelj and João Teixeira

Yellow Posters
Y54
EGU2015-7798
Impact of warming climate on the monsoon and water resources of a western Himalayan watershed in the Upper Indus Basin
Asif Khan, Keith S Richards, Geoffrey T Parker, Allan McRobie, and Martijn J Booij

Yellow Posters
Y55
EGU2015-7909
Hydrographic changes in the northern Okinawa Trough over the last 88 ka
Xuefa Shi, Jianjun Zou, and Yonghua Wu

Yellow Posters
Y56
EGU2015-13913
Miocene Oaks from Eastern Zhejiang, China and their Paleoenvironmental Significance
Hui Jia and David Ferguson

Yellow Posters
Y57
EGU2015-14588
Global modeling with GEOS-5 from 50-km to 1-km with a single unified GCM
William Putman, Max Suarez, Andrea Molod, and Donifan Barahona

Yellow Posters
Y58
EGU2015-556
Projections of Rainfall and Surface Temperature from CMIP5 Models under RCP4.5 and 8.5 over BIMSTEC Countries
Kanhu Charan Pattnayak, Sarat Chandra Kar, and Rashmita Kumari Pattnayak

Yellow Posters
Y59
EGU2015-4479
Non-equilibrium metrics for palaeo climate sensitivity in the presence of rapid transitions
Anna von der Heydt and Peter Ashwin

Yellow Posters
Y60
EGU2015-13112
The CMIP6 Data Request: the next generation climate archive
Martin Juckes, Veronika Eyring, Karl Taylor, Venkatramani Balaji, and Ron Stouffer

Yellow Posters
Y61
EGU2015-2175
Tracking and Reconstructing the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation
Benjamin Henley, Joelle Gergis, and David Karoly

Yellow Posters
Y62
EGU2015-4857
Future changes of wind energy potentials over Europe in a large CMIP5 multi-model ensemble
Mark Reyers, Julia Moemken, and Joaquim G. Pinto