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PICOs CL4.01/AS3.4/GM11.2

CL4.01/AS3.4/GM11.2

Aeolian dust: Initiator, Player, and Recorder of Environmental Change (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Jan-Berend Stuut  | Co-Conveners: Peter Knippertz , Joanna Nield , Tobias Lauer 
PICOs
 / Tue, 25 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / PICO spot 5a

Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017
PICO spot 5a
Chairperson: Jan-Berend Stuut
Dust modelling

13:30–13:32
PICO5a.1
EGU2017-3379 | presentation | presentation
The global atmospheric loading of dust aerosols
Jasper Kok, David Ridley, Qing Zhou, Ron Miller, Chun Zhao, Colette Heald, and Karsten Haustein
13:32–13:34
PICO5a.2
EGU2017-13310
What is the sensitivity of the mineral dust cycle at the regional scale to surface wind speed? First insights from the DRUMS project.
Christel Bouet, Guillaume Siour, David Poulet, Gilles Bergametti, Benoit Laurent, Fabien Brocheton, Gilles Forêt, Yiwen Xu, and Béatrice Marticorena
13:34–13:36
PICO5a.3
EGU2017-5853
Test models and reanalysis with dust ground-based observations over the Arabian Peninsula
Georgiy Stenchikov, Anatolii Anisimov, Suleiman Mostamandi, Alexander Ukhov, and Ilia Shevchenko
13:36–13:38
PICO5a.4
EGU2017-3025
Effect of MERRA-2 initial and boundary conditions on WRF-Chem aerosol simulations over the Arabian Peninsula
Alexander Ukhov and Georgiy Stenchikov
13:38–13:40
PICO5a.5
EGU2017-9712
Modeling the dust cycle from sand dunes to haboobs Highlight
George Kallos, Platon Patlakas, Nikolaos Bartsotas, Christos Spyrou, Jumaan Al Qahtani, Ioannis Alexiou, and Ayman M Bar
13:40–13:42
PICO5a.6
EGU2017-2831
4DVar Data Assimilation for Dust Emission Parameter Estimation over East Asia Area
Jianbing Jin, Hai Xiang Lin, Arnold Heemink, and Arjo Segers
13:42–13:44
PICO5a.7
EGU2017-5334
Mixing and Deposition of Saharan Dust during Transatlantic Transport Highlight
Bernd Heinold, Kerstin Schepanski, Daniel Gieseler, and Max Ulrich
Oceanic dust deposits

13:44–13:46
PICO5a.8
EGU2017-15187
Dust deposition fluxes and particle size of Saharan dust across the Atlantic Ocean, from 2012 - 2014
Michelle van der Does, Laura Korte, Geert-Jan Brummer, and Jan-Berend Stuut
13:46–13:48
PICO5a.9
EGU2017-15640
Present-day transatlantic Saharan dust deposition across the equatorial North Atlantic Ocean
Laura Korte, Geert-Jan Brummer, Michelle van der Does, Catarina Guerreiro, Rick Hennekam, Johannes van Hateren, Dirk Jong, Chris Munday, Stefan Schouten, and Stuut Jan-Berend
13:48–13:50
PICO5a.10
EGU2017-3018
Implications of gradual changes in Holocene Saharan landscape on North Atlantic dust deposition
Sabine Egerer, Martin Claussen, Christian Reick, and Tanja Stanelle
13:50–13:52
PICO5a.11
EGU2017-15697
1.2 million years of aeolian activity in northwestern Western Australian recorded in a deep-sea core in the eastern Indian Ocean
Jan-Berend Stuut, Franck Bassinot, and Patrick De Deckker
Satellite studies

13:52–13:54
PICO5a.12
EGU2017-5641
A new dust source map of Central Asia derived from MODIS Terra/Aqua data using dust enhancement techniques
Mohamad Nobakht, Maria Shahgedanova, and Kevin White
13:54–13:56
PICO5a.13
EGU2017-9974
An assessment of SEVIRI imagery at different temporal resolutions and the effect on accurate dust emission mapping
Mark Hennen, Kevin White, and Maria Shahgedanova
Dust emission

13:56–13:58
PICO5a.14
EGU2017-12235
A new Dynamic Dust-emission rate (DDR) scheme base on Satellite remote sensing data for air quality model
Yu Jia Tang, Ling Jun Li, Yi Ming Zhou, Da Wei Zhang, Wen Jun Yin, Meng Zhang, Bao Guo Xie, and Nianliang Cheng
13:58–14:00
PICO5a.15
EGU2017-7449
Relevance of wildfires on dust emissions via interaction with near-surface wind pattern
Robert Wagner, Michael Jähn, and Kerstin Schepanski
14:00–14:02
PICO5a.16
EGU2017-1703
Do Sahara dunes make dust? Some dunes do and some dunes don’t
Charlie Bristow
14:02–14:04
PICO5a.17
EGU2017-578
Can dust emission mechanisms be determined from field measurements?
Martina Klose, Nicholas Webb, Thomas E. Gill, Scott Van Pelt, and Gregory Okin
14:04–15:00
Interactive presentations at PICO screens

Chairperson: Peter Knippertz
ICE-D campaign

15:30–15:32
PICO5a.1
EGU2017-8434
Aircraft and ground measurements of dust aerosols over the West Africa coast during ICE-D in summer 2015 (withdrawn)
Dantong Liu, Jonathan Taylor, Gary Lloyd, Jonathan Crosier, Nicholas Marsden, Keith Bower, Martin Gallagher, Hugh Coe, and Tom Choularton
15:32–15:34
PICO5a.2
EGU2017-6872
Microphysical and Optical Properties of Saharan Dust Measured during the ICE-D Aircraft Campaign
Claire Ryder, Franco Marenco, Jennifer Brooke, Richard Cotton, and Jonathan Taylor
15:34–15:36
PICO5a.3
EGU2017-13308
Longwave radiative effects of Saharan dust during the ICE-D campaign
Jennifer Brooke, Stephan Havemann, Claire Ryder, and Debbie O'Sullivan
Case studies of dust storms

15:36–15:38
PICO5a.4
EGU2017-1452
Analysis of land surface and synoptic conditions during dust storm events in the Middle East via a new high resolution inventory of mineral dust derived from SEVIRI.
Mark Hennen
15:38–15:40
PICO5a.5
EGU2017-10418 | presentation | presentation
Evaluation of cloud-resolving modeling of haboobs using in-situ and remotely sensed observations
Anatolii Anisimov, Duncan Axisa, Suleiman Mostamandi, Paul A. Kucera, and Georgiy Stenchikov
15:40–15:42
PICO5a.6
EGU2017-12937
An extreme dust storm over the Arabian Peninsula in Spring 2015: the role of convective mixing and vortex stretching
Seraphine Hauser, Gregor Pante, Florian Pantillon, and Peter Knippertz
Dust in high latitudes

15:42–15:44
PICO5a.7
EGU2017-5648
High resolution satellite derived erodibility factors for WRF/Chem windblown dust simulations in Argentina
Pablo Gabriel Cremades, Rafael Pedro Fernandez, David Allend, Celeste Mulena, and Salvador Enrique Puliafito
15:44–15:46
PICO5a.8
EGU2017-8762
High Proportions of Sub-micron Particulate Matter in Icelandic Dust Storms in 2015 Highlight
Pavla Dagsson Waldhauserova, Olafur Arnalds, Haraldur Olafsson, and Agnes Magnusdottir
15:46–15:48
PICO5a.9
EGU2017-3207
Sensitivity Studies on Glacigenic Dust Mobilisation in Greenland with a Mesoscale Model
Anne Kubin, Kerstin Schepanski, Bernd Heinold, and Ina Tegen
Ice cores

15:48–15:50
PICO5a.10
EGU2017-5907
The characteristics of atmospheric trace elements input into East Antarctica as recorded in GV7 snow pit
Khanghyun Lee, Yeongcheol Han, Jung-Ho Kang, Sang-Bum Hong, Heejin Hwang, Soon Do Hur, Massimo Frezzotti, and Biancamaria Narcisi
15:50–15:52
PICO5a.11
EGU2017-9913
Characteristics of Dust Deposition at High Elevation Sites in Caucasus Over the Past 190 years Recorded in Ice Cores.
Stanislav Kutuzov, Patrick Ginot, Vladimir Mikhaenko, Victoria Krupskaya, Michel Legrand, Suzanne Preunkert, Alexey Polukhov, and Alexandra Khairedinova
Terrestrial dust deposits

15:52–15:54
PICO5a.12
EGU2017-8728
Bringing dust to good use: Quartz OSL ante-quam dating of the Strassberg rock avalanche (Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria) and implications for chronostratigraphic resolution of post-glacial deposits
Charlotte Gild, Clemens Geitner, and Diethard Sanders
15:54–15:56
PICO5a.13
EGU2017-9085
Geochemical record of the loess-paleosol sequence Süttő (Hungary) derived from X-ray fluorescence scanning of discrete samples
Jörn Profe, Lena Neumann, Bernd Zolitschka, Manfred Frechen, Christian Rolf, Gabriella Barta, Ágnes Novothny, and Christian Ohlendorf
15:56–15:58
PICO5a.14
EGU2017-7315
Grain size of loess and paleosol samples: what are we measuring?
György Varga, János Kovács, Zoltán Szalai, and Gábor Újvári
15:58–16:00
PICO5a.15
EGU2017-17703
Characterizing and tracing the dust sources of Lakes Sihailongwan and Huguangyan Maar in NE and SE China over the past 80 kyrs
Shikma Zaarur, Mordechai Stein, Jens Mingram, and Yigal Erel
16:00–16:02
PICO5a.16
EGU2017-9190
Constant Chinese Loess Plateau dust source since the Late Miocene
Anna Bird, Ian Millar, Thomas Stevens, Tanja Rodenburg, Martin Rittner, Pieter Vermeesch, and Huayu Lu
16:02–16:04
PICO5a.17
EGU2017-3361
Relative Abundances of Regional vs. Far Traveled Mineral Dust Deposited in the Alpine Zone of the Uinta Mountains, USA
Jeffrey Munroe
16:04–17:00
Interactive presentations at PICO screens