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Posters ST4.6/CL2.05

ST4.6/CL2.05

Solar Irradiance variability and its effects on Climate (co-organized)
Convener: Martin Snow  | Co-Conveners: K. Tourpali , Stergios Misios 
Orals
 / Wed, 20 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room L1
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 19 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X4

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 19 April 2016, 17:30–19:00
Hall X4
X4.306
EGU2016-15156
Influence of Solar X-ray flares on the electric field and VLF waves.
Alexey Krasheninnikov, Yuri Poklad, Vladimir Rybakov, Boris Gavrilov, Vladimir Ermak, Ilya Ryakhovskiy, and Sergey Soloviev

X4.307
EGU2016-6886
Solar radius measurements with the space instrument HMI (SDO)
Abdanour Irbah, Alain Hauchecorne, Mustapha Meftah, Luc Damé, and Philippe Keckhut

X4.308
EGU2016-16581
SUITS/SWUSV: a Solar-Terrestrial Space Weather & Climate Mission
Luc Damé and Alain Hauchecorne

X4.309
EGU2016-12293
The cycle-dependence of Far-UV and Middle-UV solar emission: EMD analysis of SOLSTICE and Mg II signals
Francesco Berrilli, Mija Lovric, Tosone Federico, Chiara Cagnazzo, Dario Del Moro, and Ermanno Pietropaolo

X4.310
EGU2016-741
Solar Irradiance observation from Fengyun3 meteorological satellites: recent results and future plan
Jin Qi, Peng Zhang, Hong Qiu, and Wei Fang

X4.311
EGU2016-16274
New SCIAMACHY Solar Reference Spectrum
Tina Hilbig, Klaus Bramstedt, Mark Weber, and John P. Burrows

X4.312
EGU2016-17963
A new observational solar irradiance composite
Micha Schoell, Thierry Dudok de Wit, Margit Haberreiter, Matthieu Kretzschmar, Stergios Misios, Klairie Tourpali, and Werner Schmutz

X4.313
EGU2016-3154
Exospheric hydrogen density estimates from GOES solar Lyman-alpha measurements
Janet Machol, Paul Loto'aniu, Martin Snow, Rodney Viereck, Donald Woodraska, and Robert Redmon

X4.314
EGU2016-3071
Lyman alpha solar spectral irradiance line profile observations and models
Martin Snow, Janet Machol, Eric Quemerais, Werner Curdt, Matthieu Kretschmar, and Margit Haberreiter

X4.315
EGU2016-13080
Climatology of Ultra Violet (UV) irradiance as measured through the Belgian ground-based monitoring network during the time period of 1995-2014
Praveen Pandey, Didier Gillotay, and Cedric Depiesse

X4.316
EGU2016-14196
Analysis of Solar Influence on Tropospheric Weather Using a New Time Series of Weather Types
Mikhaël Schwander and Stefan Brönnimann

X4.317
EGU2016-14814
Climate variability related to the 11 year solar cycle as represented in different spectral solar irradiance reconstructions
Tim Kruschke, Markus Kunze, Stergios Misios, Katja Matthes, Ulrike Langematz, and Kleareti Tourpali

X4.318 EGU2016-4834
Amazon River and decadal solar cycle: Are they linked? (withdrawn)
Andrés Antico and María E. Torres

X4.319
EGU2016-8381
The response of the ozone layer to the solar UV input: analysis of nonlinear trends
Tommaso Alberti, Fabio Lepreti, Antonio Vecchio, and Vincenzo Carbone

X4.320
EGU2016-9296
Stratospheric mean state: modelling the sensitivity to different solar irradiance spectra
Stergios Misios, Klairie Tourpali, and Margit Habbereiter

X4.321
EGU2016-690
The total column stratospheric ozone in the tropics during solar cycles 21-24
Mija Lovric, Chiara Cagnazzo, Ermanno Pietropaolo, and Francesco Berrilli

X4.322
EGU2016-14041
Potential impacts of a future Grand Solar Minimum on decadal regional climate change and interannual hemispherical climate variability
Tobias Spiegl and Ulrike Langematz

X4.323
EGU2016-8597
On the ambiguous nature of the 11-year solar cycle signal profile in stratospheric ozone
Sandip Dhomse, Martyn Chipperfield, Robert Damadeo, Joe Zawodny, William Ball, Wuhu Feng, Ryan Hossaini, Graham Mann, and Joana Haigh

X4.324
EGU2016-9242
Stratospheric Response to Intraseasonal Changes in Incoming Solar Radiation
Chaim Garfinkel, vered silverman, nili harnik, and caryn Erlich

X4.325
EGU2016-10660
The role of ozone feedback in modulating the atmospheric response to the solar cycle forcing
Ewa Bednarz, Amanda Maycock, Peter Braesicke, Paul Telford, Luke Abraham, and John Pyle

X4.326
EGU2016-14700
On the dynamically driven temperature response in the middle atmosphere to the solar cycle signal.
Bodil Karlsson and Maartje Kuilman