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PICO AS3.5/CL5.19/GM10.2


Aeolian dust: Initiator, Player, and Recorder of Environmental Change (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Peter Knippertz 
Co-Conveners: Joanna Nield , Tobias Lauer , Jan-Berend Stuut 
Session details
 / Mon, 09 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / PICO spot 5a
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Monday, 09 Apr 2018
PICO spot 5a
Chairperson: Peter Knippertz
Satellite remote sensing

08:30–08:32 PICO5a.1
Influence of dry-season vegetation variability on Sahelian dust during 2002–2015 (solicited)
Laurent Kergoat, Francoise Guichard, Caroline Pierre, and Camille Vassal
08:32–08:34 PICO5a.2
Identification of Central Saharan Dust Emission Mechanisms in Boreal Summer from Remotely Sensed Plumes
Thomas Caton Harrison, Richard Washington, and Sebastian Engelstaedter
08:34–08:36 PICO5a.3
Identifying African mineral dust sources and tracking dust events towards the Amazon Basin
Natalie Bakker, Nick Drake, and Charlie Bristow
08:36–08:38 PICO5a.4
South Africa’s Major Dust sources: risk to croplands | Highlight
Frank Eckardt, Nikolaus Kuhn, Jonathan Murray, and Anthony Palmer
08:38–08:40 PICO5a.5
Regional versus remote dust transport over the northeast Indian Ocean
Priyanka Banerjee, Sreedharan Satheesh, Krishnaswamy Krishnamoorthy, and Ravi Nanjundiah
Field measurements

08:40–08:42 PICO5a.6
Observation of a very large and persistent mode of desert dust in African air masses transported over the Mediterranean Sea with drifting balloons
François Dulac, Jean-Baptiste Renard, Pierre Durand, Cyrielle Denjean, Quentin Bourgeois, Damien Vignelles, Matthieu Jeannot, Marc Mallet, and Nicolas Verdier
08:42–08:44 PICO5a.7
Comparison of two different dust emission mechanisms over the Horqin Sandy Land area: aerosols contribution and size distributions
Tingting Ju, Xiaolan Li, Hongsheng Zhang, Xuhui Cai, and Yu Song
08:44–08:46 PICO5a.8
Transatlantic transport and deposition of Saharan dust: two years of monitoring dust from source to sink (withdrawn)
Jan-Berend Stuut, Catarina Guerreiro, Geert-Jan Brummer, Jospeph Prospero, Laura Korte, Laura Schreuder, Michelle Van der Does, and Ute Merkel
Dust climatologies

08:46–08:48 PICO5a.9
Dust Climatology for the Arabian Peninsula
Platon Patlakas, Christos Stathopoulos, Christina Kalogeri, Elena Floca, Nikolaos Bartsotas, Jumaan Al Qahtani, and Ioannis Alexiou
08:48–08:50 PICO5a.10
Evaluation of the MACC reanalysis dust product over Europe, Northern Africa and Middle East using CALIOP/CALIPSO satellite observations
Aristeidis K. Georgoulias, Athanasios Tsikerdekis, Vassilis Amiridis, Eleni Marinou, Angela Benedetti, Prodromos Zanis, Georgia Alexandri, Konstantinos Kourtidis, and Jos Lelieveld
Paleo archives

08:50–08:52 PICO5a.11
Mid-Holocene aeolian fluxes based on a multiproxy approach on two ombrogenous peat profiles from northern Romania
Andrei Marian Panait, Angelica Feurdean, Andrei Cosmin Diaconu, Simon Mark Hutchinson, and Ioan Tanţău
08:52–08:54 PICO5a.12
Loess-paleosol grain size populations: what are the causes of complex grain size distribution curves?
György Varga, Gábor Újvári, and János Kovács
08:54–08:56 PICO5a.13
History of droughts in the Middle East as documented by the Elbrus Mt. ice core
Stanislav Kutuzov, Patrick Ginot, Alexey Polukhov, Aleksandra Khairedinova, Michel Legrand, Suzanne Preunkert, and Vladimir Mikhalenko
Interactive presentations at PICO screens

Coffee break
Chairperson: Jo Nield
Modelling studies

10:30–10:32 PICO5a.1
Modeling heterogeneous ice nucleation due to mineral dust using Dust Regional Atmospheric Model (DREAM-NMME)
Bojan Cvetkovic, Luka Ilic, Fabio Madonna, Daniel Weber, Slobodan Nickovic, Ana Vukovic, Goran Pejanovic, Jugoslav Nikolic, Heinz Bingemer, Mirjam Vujadinovic, and Vladimir Djurdjevic
10:32–10:34 PICO5a.2
Modeling of mineral composition effects on ice nucleation due to dust in Dust Regional Atmospheric Model (DREAM)
Luka Ilić, Bojan Cvetković, Goran Pejanović, Slavko Petković, Maja Kuzmanoski, and Slobodan Ničković
10:34–10:36 PICO5a.3
Radiative Effect of Aeolian Dust as a Function of Particle Shape: Implications for Regional and Global Modeling
Gholam Ali Hoshyaripour, Vanessa Bachmann, Jochen Förstner, Andrea Steiner, Heike Vogel, Frank Wagner, and Bernhard Vogel
10:36–10:38 PICO5a.4
EGU2018-4329 | Presentation
The Meteorological Drivers of the September 2015 Severe Dust Event in the Eastern Mediterranean | Highlight
Philipp Gasch, Daniel Rieger, Carolin Walter, Pavel Khain, Yoav Levi, Peter Knippertz, and Bernhard Vogel
10:38–10:40 PICO5a.5
Wildfires as a source of mineral dust – a model perspective
Robert Wagner, Kerstin Schepanski, and Michael Jähn
Chemical aspects

10:40–10:42 PICO5a.6
Nd and Sr Isotope Fingerprinting of Mineral Dust Accumulating in the Alpine Zone of the Uinta Mountains, Utah, USA
Jeffrey Munroe, Emmet Norris, Aaron Satkoski, and Brian Beard
10:42–10:44 PICO5a.7
Geochemical Approach to Quantifying Atmospheric Dust Input to Alpine Soils in the Uinta Mountains, USA
Emmet Norris, Jeffrey Munroe, and Peter Ryan
10:44–10:46 PICO5a.8
The role of dust in aragonite deposition at the Dead Sea and Lake Lisan
Revital Bookman, Reuven Belmaker, and Itzhak Fouxon
10:46–10:48 PICO5a.9
Possible influence of Saharan dust on surface 7Be concentrations as measured by CTBTO global monitoring system
Jolanta Kusmierczyk-Michulec and Pierre Bourgouin
Geomorphological aspects

10:48–10:50 PICO5a.10
GLIDE-P: GLobal Inventory of Dust Emitting Playas
Robert Bryant, Matthew Baddock, Giles Wiggs, and Jo Nield
10:50–10:52 PICO5a.11
Predicting Local to Regional Dust Emission in Deserts Using Soil-Landscape Models in Support of Military Activities (withdrawn)
Eric McDonald
Interactive presentations at PICO screens