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Posters CR1.5/AS4.22/CL2.22

CR1.5/AS4.22/CL2.22

Atmosphere – Cryosphere interaction, poster only. (co-organized)
Convener: Willem Jan van de Berg  | Co-Convener: Thomas Mölg 
Posters
 / Attendance Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X5

Attendance Time: Thursday, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X5
X5.415
EGU2017-4701
Stochastic Climate Forcing for Ice-Sheet Models
Roman Nuterman and Markus Jochum

X5.416 EGU2017-7103
The surface energy balance and turbulence characteristics of a mid-latitude glacier (withdrawn)
Noel Fitzpatrick, Valentina Radic, and Brian Menounos

X5.417
EGU2017-7521
Present and future changes of ice sheets in a coupled ice sheet-climate model Highlight
Marie Kapsch, Florian Ziemen, and Uwe Mikolajewicz

X5.418
EGU2017-10292
Calculation of air movement in ice caves by using the CalcFlow method
Christiane Meyer, Andreas Pflitsch, and Valter Maggi

X5.419
EGU2017-10457
Application of a hybrid method for downscaling of the global climate model fields for evaluation of future surface mass balance of mountain glaciers
Polina Morozova, Oleg Rybak, and Mariia Kaminskaia

X5.420
EGU2017-11327
Large Trajectory Ensembles for understanding Snow Accumulation over the Ross Ice Shelf
Ethan Dale, Adrian McDonald, and Wolfgang Rack

X5.421
EGU2017-11484
The role of the high-latitude climate variability in seasonal predictability of the boreal winter based on model forecasts
Euihyun Jung and Jee-hoon Jeong

X5.422
EGU2017-12705
Surface mass balance modeling of the Antarctic ice sheet: evaluating contributions of the main components and coupling to an AO GCM
Irina Korneva, Oleg Rybak, and Evgeny Volodin

X5.423
EGU2017-16391
From the clouds to the ground – snow precipitation patterns vs. snow accumulation patterns
Franziska Gerber, Nikola Besic, Rebecca Mott, Marco Gabella, Urs Germann, Yves Bühler, Mauro Marty, Alexis Berne, and Michael Lehning

X5.424
EGU2017-16961
Very High Resolution 2.5km Surface Mass balance Modelling Forced with Non-Hydrostatic HARMONIE-AROME
Ruth Mottram, Peter Langen, Kristian Pagh Nielsen, Xiaohua Yang, and Emily Gleeson