The radiation budget of the Earth is a key determinant for the genesis and evolution of climate on our planet and provides the primary energy source for life. Anthropogenic interference with climate occurs first of all through a perturbation of the Earth radiation balance. We invite observational and modelling papers on all aspects of radiation in the climate system. A specific aim of this session is to bring together newly available information on the spatial and temporal variation of radiative and energy fluxes at the surface, within the atmosphere and at the top of atmosphere. This information may be obtained from direct measurements, satellite-derived products, climate modelling as well as process studies. Scales considered may range from local radiation and energy balance studies to continental and global scales. In addition, related studies on the spatial and temporal variation of cloud properties, albedo, water vapour and aerosols, which are essential for our understanding of radiative forcings and their relation to climate change, are encouraged. Studies focusing on the impact of radiative forcings on the various components of the climate system, such as on the hydrological cycle, on the cryosphere or on the biosphere and related carbon cycle, are also much appreciated. This session will include dedicated sections on the contribution of far-infrared radiation and surface temperature to the Earth radiation budget and climate.

Co-organized as AS4.34
Convener: Martin Wild | Co-conveners: Jörg Trentmann, Paul Stackhouse, Helen Brindley, Quentin Libois, Emma Dodd, Adrian Dye, Sofia L. Ermida
| Thu, 11 Apr, 08:30–12:30, 14:00–15:45
Room 0.14
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X5

Attendance time: Thursday, 11 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X5

Earth radiation budget and radiative forcing
Hall X5
X5.77 |
Jona Petri, Peter Thejll, Chris Flynn, Hans Gleisner, Sabine Klinkner, Sebastian Wenzel, René Fléron, and Troelz Denver
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.79 |
Alfonso Delgado Bonal, Alexander Marshak, Yuekui Yang, and Daniel Holdaway
Hall X5
X5.80 |
Carmen de la Cuesta Castillo, Alfonso Delgado Bonal, and Sonia Mediavilla Gregorio
Hall X5
X5.81 |
Comparing different methods of radiative forcing calculations using ensemble of simulations with the MIT Earth System Model of intermediate complexity.
Andrei Sokolov
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.83 |
Amanda Maycock, Owain Rutherford, Christopher Smith, and Alexandru Rap
Hall X5
X5.84 |
Elena Volpert, Natalia Chubarova, Alexei Poliukhov, Anna Pastukhova, Ekaterina Zhdanova, Sergei Smyshlyaev, Vener Galin, and Evgeni Volodin
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.86 |
William Wandji, Antti Lipponen, Arturo Sanchez–Lorenzo, Martin Wild, and Antti Arola
Hall X5
X5.87 |
Oleksandr Bobryshev, Anna Christina Mikalsen, and Rainer Hollmann
Hall X5
X5.88 |
Jörg Trentmann, Roswitha Cremer, Jaqueline Drücke, and Uwe Pfeifroth
Hall X5
X5.89 |
Uwe Pfeifroth, Jörg Trentmann, Roswitha Cremer, and Martin Stengel
Hall X5
X5.90 |
Martin Wild, Maria Hakuba, Doris Folini, Christoph Schär, Seiji Kato, and Charles Long
Hall X5
X5.91 |
Qing Chu, Guangjian Yan, Jianbo Qi, and Martin Wild
Hall X5
X5.92 |
Remote sensing reflectance quantities over rugged terrain: characterization and measurements
Wu Shengbiao, Wen Jianguang, Liu Qinhuo, Xiao Qing, You Dongqin, Hao Dalei, and Lin Xingwen
Hall X5
X5.93 |
Benoît Tournadre, Benoît Gschwind, Claire Thomas, Laurent Saboret, and Philippe Blanc
Hall X5
X5.94 |
Tao He, Jiang Chen, Shunlin Liang, and Bo Jiang
Hall X5
X5.95 |
Bu-Yo Kim and Kyu-Tae Lee
Hall X5
X5.96 |
Johannes Mayer, Michael Mayer, and Leopold Haimberger
Hall X5
X5.97 |
Eigil Kaas, Patrick Bülov, and Jacob Svensmark
Hall X5
X5.98 |
Juergen Kusche, Bernd Uebbing, Roelof Rietbroek, Christina Lück, Felix Landerer, and Kristin Vielberg
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A far infrared view of the Earth
Hall X5
X5.99 |
Helen Brindley, Laura Warwick, Jonathan Murray, and Paul Green
Hall X5
X5.100 |
Jonathan Murray, Helen Brindley, and Christophe Bellisario
Hall X5
X5.101 |
Christophe Bellisario, Simon Tett, Daniel Feldman, Chaincy Kuo, James Manners, Xianglei Huang, and Richard Essery
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.103 |
Giovanni Bianchini, Luca Palchetti, and Gianluca Di Natale
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.105 |
Richard Bantges, Helen Brindley, and Jonathan Murray
Hall X5
X5.106 |
Retrieval of cirrus cloud properties using aircraft measurement of far and mid infrared spectra
Caroline Cox, Richard Bantges, Jonathan Murray, Caroline Poulsen, and Helen Brindley
Hall X5
X5.107 |
Alessio Di Roma, Elisa Castelli, Bianca Maria Dinelli, Luca Palchetti, and Marco Ridolfi
Hall X5
Taking the temperature of Earth
Hall X5
X5.108 |
Sarah Safieddine, Cathy Clerbaux, Lieven Clarisse, Simon Whitburn, Ana Parracho, Maya George, Victor Pellet, and Filipe Aires
Hall X5
X5.109 |
Alexandra Hurduc, Sofia Ermida, Isabel Trigo, and Carlos DaCamara
Hall X5
X5.110 |
Maria Martin, Darren Ghent, Ana C. Pires, Frank-Michael Göttsche, Jan Cermak, and John J. Remedios
Hall X5
X5.111 |
Emma Dodd, Darren Ghent, and Christophe Lerebourg
Hall X5
X5.112 |
Thomas Dowling, Lutz Merbold, Mary Langsdale, and Martin Wooster
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.114 |
David Parastatidis, Zina Mitraka, Nektarios Chrysoulakis, and Stavros Stagakis