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Posters AS3.15

AS3.15

Polar Ozone and Polar Stratospheric Clouds
Convener: Farahnaz Khosrawi  | Co-Conveners: Geir O. Braathen , Bjoern-Martin Sinnhuber , Marc von Hobe , Michael Pitts 
Orals
 / Tue, 19 Apr, 08:30–10:00
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 19 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 19 April 2016, 17:30–19:00
Hall X3
Chairperson: Geir Braathen, Marc von Hobe
X3.28
EGU2016-4837
The Canadian Arctic ACE/OSIRIS Validation Project at PEARL: Validating Satellite Observations Over the High Arctic
Kaley A. Walker, Kimberly Strong, Pierre F. Fogal, and James R. Drummond and the Canadian Arctic ACE/OSIRIS Validation Campaign Team

Hall X3
X3.29
EGU2016-467
Ground-based observations of stratospheric NO2 increase over Europe associated with the October 2003 solar proton events
Viktoryia Aheyeva, Aleksandr N. Gruzdev, and Aleksandr S. Elokhov

Hall X3
X3.30
EGU2016-474
Seasonal features of the quasi-biennial variations of the NO2 stratospheric content derived from results of ground-based measurements
Viktoryia Aheyeva and Aleksandr N. Gruzdev

Hall X3
X3.31
EGU2016-2504
Climatology of the relationship between ozone lamina number and daily value of total ozone
Peter Krizan

Hall X3
X3.32
EGU2016-3011
CALIPSO Observations of PSCs and Cirrus During the 2015-2016 Arctic Winter
Michael Pitts and Lamont Poole

Hall X3
X3.33
EGU2016-4727
Total ozone loss during the 2015/16 Arctic winter and comparison to previous years
Florence Goutail, Franck Lefevre, Jean-Pierre Pommereau, Andrea Pazmino, Martyn Chipperfield, Wuhu Feng, Michel Van Roozendael, Paul Eriksen, Kerstin Stebel, Rigel Kivi, Kim Strong, Xiaoyi Zhao, and Kaley Walker

Hall X3
X3.34
EGU2016-5152
Inclusion of mountain-wave-induced cooling for the formation of PSCs over the Antarctic Peninsula in a chemistry–climate model
Andrew Orr, Scott Hosking, Lars Hoffmann, James Keeble, Sam Dean, Howard Roscoe, Luke Abraham, Simon Vosper, and Peter Braesicke

Hall X3
X3.35
EGU2016-5823
Composition of Stratospheric Aerosol Particles collected during the SOLVE campaign 2000
Katharina Schütze, Benker Nathalie, Ebert Martin, Weigel Ralf, Wilson James C., Borrmann Stephan, and Weinbruch Stephan

Hall X3
X3.36
EGU2016-5886
Chemistry and dynamics of the Arctic winter 2015/2016: Simulations with the Chemistry-Climate Model EMAC
Farahnaz Khosrawi, Ole Kirner, Bjoern-Martin Sinnhuber, Roland Ruhnke, Michael Hoepfner, Wolfgang Woiwode, Hermann Oelhaf, Michelle L. Santee, Gloria L. Manney, Lucien Froidevaux, Donal Murtagh, and Peter Braesicke

Hall X3
X3.37
EGU2016-10657
First results of tropospheric and stratospheric aerosols measurements during the Iceland Polar Vortex 2016 (IPV2016) campaign
Haraldur Ólafsson, Jean-Baptiste Renard, Gwenaël Berthet, Vincent Duverger, and Damien Vignelles

Hall X3
X3.38
EGU2016-10316
Future Arctic ozone recovery: the importance of chemistry and dynamics
Ewa Bednarz, Amanda Maycock, Luke Abraham, Peter Braesicke, Olivier Dessens, and John Pyle

Hall X3
X3.39
EGU2016-13634
GLORIA chemistry-mode observations during the Arctic winter 2015/16 POLSTRACC campaign
Sören Johansson, Felix Friedl-Vallon, Michael Höpfner, Peter Preusse, and Jörn Ungermann

Hall X3
X3.40
EGU2016-12947
Monitoring of singlet oxygen in the lower troposphere and processes of ozone depletion.
Egor Iasenko, Vladimir Chelibanov, Alexander Marugin, and Marat Kozliner

Hall X3
X3.41
EGU2016-16004
Evaluation of Antarctic polar stratospheric clouds data obtained by ground based lidars (at Dome C, McMurdo and Dumont D’Urville) and the satellite based CALIOP lidar system versus a subset of CCMVAL-2 chemistry-climate models.
Marcel Snels, Federico Fierli, Mauro de Muro, Chiara Cagnazzo, Francesco Cairo, and Luca Di Liberto

Hall X3
X3.42
EGU2016-13035
Chemistry and Dynamics of the Unusual 2015 Antarctic Ozone Hole Media interest
Geir O. Braathen

Hall X3
X3.43
EGU2016-14131
Long Term Changes in the Polar Vortices
Geir O. Braathen