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Posters NP2.1

NP2.1

ENSO: Dynamics, Predictability and Modelling
Convener: Dietmar Dommenget  | Co-Conveners: Michael McPhaden , Andrew Wittenberg , Eric Guilyardi 
Orals
 / Fri, 17 Apr, 13:30–15:00  / Room B3
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 17 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Yellow Posters

Attendance Time: Friday, 17 April 2015, 17:30–19:00
Yellow Posters
Chairperson: Dietmar Dommenget
Y1 EGU2015-4224
Exploring qualitative regional climate projections: a case study for Nauru (withdrawn)
Jaclyn Brown, Josephine Brown, Clothilde Langlais, Rob Colman, James Risbey, Bradley Murphy, Aurel Moise, Alex Sen Gupta, Ian Smith, Louise Wilson, Sugata Narsey, Michael Grose, and Matthew Wheeler

Y2 EGU2015-4234
Ocean resolution changes ENSO dynamics solely in the western Pacific warm pool. (withdrawn)
Jaclyn Brown, Richard Matear, and Matthew Chamberlain

Y3
EGU2015-1584
A further Study of ENSO Rectification: Results from an OGCM with a Seasonal Cycle
Lijuan Hua, Yongqiang Yu, and Dezheng Sun

Y4
EGU2015-10663
Discriminating different El Niño and La Niña phases by evolving climate networks
Marc Wiedermann, Alexander Radebach, Reik V. Donner, Jonathan F. Donges, and Jürgen Kurths

Y5
EGU2015-8497
The sensitivity of ENSO to external forcings: insights from the past
Steven Phipps, Helen McGregor, Matthew Fischer, Michael Gagan, Laurent Devriendt, Andrew Wittenberg, Colin Woodroffe, Jian-Xin Zhao, Jessica Gaudry, David Fink, and Allan Chivas

Y6
EGU2015-2707
On the relative role of meridional convergence and downwelling motion during the heat buildup leading to El Niño events
Joan Ballester, Simona Bordoni, Desislava Petrova, and Xavier Rodó

Y7
EGU2015-2836
Some thoughts on atmospheric heat flux feedbacks for the ENSO seasonal phase locking
Dietmar Dommenget and Yanshan Yu

Y8
EGU2015-3064
ENSO dynamics and diversity resulting from the recharge oscillator interacting with the slab ocean
Yanshan Yu, Dietmar Dommenget, Claudia Frauen, Wang Gang, and Scott Wales

Y9
EGU2015-165
The Central Pacific El Niño Intraseasonal Kelvin wave
Kobi Mosquera-Vasquez, Boris Dewitte, and Serena Illig

Y10
EGU2015-5986 | presentation
CP and EP ENSO teleconnections in an idealised atmospheric IGCM
Michael Davey and Peter Haynes

Y11
EGU2015-8120
Rainfall and Wind Patterns Along the Equator During El Niño and La Niña Events in 2000-2014
David Halpern

Y12
EGU2015-413
Atlantic opportunities for ENSO prediction
Marta Martin del Rey, Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca, and Irene Polo

Y13
EGU2015-7556
Is ENSO part of an Indo-Pacific phenomenon?
Claudia Wieners, Wilhelmus de Ruijter, and Henk Dijkstra

Y14
EGU2015-2564
Who Killed the Big 2014-15 El Niño?
Michael McPhaden

Y15
EGU2015-2856
The impact of basic state on the central Pacific ENSO during the last decade
Ruihuang Xie, Fei Huang, Fei-Fei Jin, and Jian Huang

Y16
EGU2015-12849
Ocean-state dependency of the equatorial Pacific response to Westerly Wind Events
martin Puy, matthieu Lengaigne, gurvan Madec, jerome Vialard, and eric Guilyardi

Y17 EGU2015-6785
A new factor - how do composition-climate interactions modify future ENSO extremes? (withdrawn)
Peer J. Nowack, N. Luke Abraham, Peter Braesicke, and John A. Pyle

Y18
EGU2015-78 | presentation
Evidence of a strange nonchaotic attractor in the El Niño dynamics
Ilya Serykh and Dmitry Sonechkin

Y19
EGU2015-3497
A Climate Network Based Index to Distinguish Sub- and Supercritical ENSO Events
Qingyi Feng and Henk Dijkstra