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Open Session on Climate: Past, Present and Future
Convener: Didier Roche 
Co-Convener: Marc Luetscher 
Session details
Orals
 / Mon, 09 Apr, 08:30–10:00  / Room 0.14
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X5
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Attendance Time: Monday, 09 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X5
Chairperson: Didier Roche, Marc Luetscher
X5.238
EGU2018-8523
The climate of a retrograde rotating Earth | Highlight
Florian Ziemen, Marie Kapsch, Uwe Mikolajewicz, Guido Cioni, Martin Claussen, Klaus Fraedrich, Marvin Heidkamp, Cathy Hohenegger, Diego Jimenez de la Cuesta, Alexander Lemburg, Thorsten Mauritsen, Katharina Meraner, Niklas Röber, Hauke Schmidt, Katharina Six, Irene Stemmler, Talia Tamarin-Brodsky, Alexander Winkler, Xiuhua Zhu, and Bjorn Stevens

X5.239
EGU2018-18101
Southeastern Atlantic Thermocline Cooling Since the Last Glacial
Norbert Frank, Carla Roesch, Anne-Marie Wefing, Freya Hemsing, Claudia Wienberg, Marleen Lausecker, Lucile Bonneau, Steffen Therre, Julius Förstel, Andrea Schröder-Ritzrau, Jennifer Arps, Dierk Hebbeln, Christian Dullo, and André Freiwald

X5.240
EGU2018-9787
Early Holocene establishment of the Barents Sea Arctic front
Bjørg Risebrobakken and Sarah M. Berben

X5.241
EGU2018-17376
A first chronology for the East Greenland Ice core Project (EastGRIP)
Seyedhamidreza Mojtabavi, Frank Wilhelms, Sune Olander Rasmussen, Nanna B. Karlsson, and Sepp Kipfstuhl

X5.242
EGU2018-1866
Interactive ocean bathymetry and coastlines for simulating the last deglaciation with the Max Planck Institute Earth System Model (MPI-ESM)
Virna Meccia and Uwe Mikolajewicz

X5.243
EGU2018-15207
Multi-proxy climate and environment reconstruction of the Holocene based on Lake Medina, southern Spain
Tabea Schröder, Jasmijn van `t Hoff, José Antonio López-Sáez, Martin Melles, Finn Viehberg, and Klaus Reicherter

X5.244
EGU2018-11217
Sea-surface hydro-climatic trend of Kuroshio during the past 6,000 years near Taiwan
Kuo-Yen Wei

X5.245
EGU2018-2949
Short-term Holocene climate oscillations recorded in Lake Gościąż sediments, Central Poland
Alicja Bonk, Michał Słowiński, Rik Tjallingii, Agnieszka M. Noryśkiewicz, Katarzyna Luberda-Durnaś, Markus Schwab, Mateusz Kramkowski, Achim Brauer, and Mirosław Błaszkiewicz

X5.246
EGU2018-12541
Sub-Milankovich millennial cycles in proxy (UK37) sea surface temperatures for the Okinawa trough, W Mediterranean Sea, NW Atlantic Ocean and Southern Ocean
Michael Asten

X5.247
EGU2018-1815
Oceanic-forced Holocene multicentennial-scale precipitation variability in Eastern Brazil
André Bahr, Philipp Geppert, and Stefanie Kaboth

X5.248
EGU2018-4924 | Presentation
Spectral analysis of 2000 year global proxy temperature data
Carl Otto Weiss and Horst-Joachim Luedecke

X5.249
EGU2018-15181
Climate warming effects on maize yield changes in a major region of Romania
Remus Prăvălie and Georgeta Bandoc

X5.250
EGU2018-10179
ENSO and the interpretation of the post 2000 temperature standstill
Nicola Scafetta, Alberto Mirandola, and Antonio Bianchini

X5.251
EGU2018-14852
Climate warming effects on plant phenology changes in a major region of Romania
Georgeta Bandoc and Remus Prăvălie

X5.252 EGU2018-11216
Raising the profile of today’s atmospheric greenhouse gas pollution and committed future global climate disruption emergency (withdrawn after no-show)
Peter Carter

X5.253
EGU2018-8400
How uncertainty in aerosol forcing and transient climate response affects uncertainty of the 1.5-degree carbon budget?
Antti-Ilari Partanen, Nadine Mengis, Jonathan Jalbert, and H Damon Matthews

X5.254
EGU2018-11274
Quantification of Global Warming: A Critical Evaluation of CMIP5 GCMs and Future Projections using and Empirical Model of Global Climate
Ross J. Salawitch, Austin Hope, Laura McBride, Timothy Canty, Walter Tribett, and Brian Bennett

X5.255
EGU2018-2826
Is there a more ideal idealized climate model experiment for evaluating carbon cycle feedbacks to climate change?
Andrew MacDougall

X5.256
EGU2018-10389
Climate feedbacks caused by cryosphere tipping elements
Nico Wunderling, Matteo Willeit, Jonathan Donges, and Ricarda Winkelmann