International failure in curbing the global greenhouse gas emissions has sparked studies on diverse and largely hypothetical methods, known collectively as geoengineering, to intentionally mitigate climate change. At the same time, operational activities to modify weather, especially in terms of snow and rain enhancement, are taking place in more than 50 countries. Although these two topics are typically discussed separately, they are in many ways interlinked. Importantly, successful long-term weather modification and geoengineering would alter climatic conditions and the water cycle on local to regional scales.
In this session, the nexus between regional geoengineering and weather modification is discussed and analyzed. The importance of regional-scale modeling and experimental studies is specifically highlighted. All contributions are welcome, which investigate the various geoengineering and weather modification options from the local to the regional scale. Particularly encouraged are studies, which consider potential interlinkages between geoengineering and rain enhancement.

Co-organized as AS4.33/ERE8.1
Convener: Hannele Korhonen | Co-conveners: Volker Wulfmeyer, Lulin Xue
| Wed, 10 Apr, 08:30–12:30
Room L7
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Hall X5

Attendance time: Thursday, 11 April 2019, 10:45–12:30 | Hall X5

X5.420 |
Ewan O'Connor, Jutta Kesti, John Backman, Heikki Lihavainen, Antti-Pekka Hyvärinen, Mika Komppula, and Maria Filioglou
X5.421 |
Olli Pakarinen, Cintia Pulido Lamas, and Hanna Vehkamäki
X5.422 |
Bernhard Reischl, Golnaz Roudsari, Olli Pakarinen, and Hanna Vehkamäki
X5.423 |
István Geresdi, Lulin Xue, and Noemi Sarkadi
X5.424 |
Numerical simulation study on mircophysical structure and cloud seeding conditions analysis of a typical convective-stratiform mixed cloud system
(withdrawn after no-show)
Qiong Li, Lin Tang, Zuxian Li, Miao Cai, Ronghui Cai, and Qin Gao
X5.425 |
Rainfall Weather Types in Autumn in Changsha Area and Aircraft Artificial Precipitation Enhancement Technology
(withdrawn after no-show)
Dongying Xu, Lin Tang, Qiong Li, Zhichao Fan, Zuxian Li, and Lu Wang
X5.426 |
Lin Tang, Qiong Li, Dongying Xu, and Zhongbo Zhang
X5.427 |
Duncan Axisa, Thomas DeFelice, Darrel Baumgardner, Roelof Burger, Jeff Throckmorton, and Eric Frew
X5.429 |
Henno Havenga, Roelof Burger, and Stuart Piketh
X5.430 |
Application of FY4A Satellite in Cloud Physics and Weather Modification
Miao Cai, Yuquan Zhou, and Qi Li
X5.432 |
The Beijing Aerosol and Cloud Interaction Chamber (BACIC), a new laboratory facility for aerosol-cloud interaction and weather modification research
Ping Tian, Mengyu Huang, Ruijie Li, Hui He, Delong Zhao, Quan Liu, Kai Bi, Jiujiang Sheng, and Deping Ding
X5.434 |
Study on the Effect of Model Horizontal Resolution on Cloud Field Forecasting
Yueqin Shi
X5.436 |
Summertime convection over the Arabian pensinsula simulated by the WRF model - a case study
Thomas Schwitalla
X5.437 |
Torsten Auerswald and Maarten Ambaum
X5.438 |
Tropical Pacific Climate Variability under Solar Geoengineering: Impacts on ENSO Extremes
Abdul Malik, Peer J. Nowack, Joanna D Haigh, Long Cao, Luqman Atique, and Yves Plancherel
X5.439 |
Lulin Xue, Ping Tian, Mengyu Huang, Hui He, Xiaoqin Jing, Qian Chen, Chunsong Lu, Yan Yin, Istvan Geresdi, Noemi Sarkadi, Olivier Pauluis, Ajaya Ravindran, Sourav Taraphdar, Roy Rasmussen, Wojciech Grabowski, Sarah Tessendorf, Changhai Liu, and Sisi Chen
X5.440 |
Hannele Korhonen, Heikki Lihavainen, Sami Niemelä, Sami Romakkaniemi, Hanna Vehkamäki, Miikka Dal Maso, Mika Komppula, Ewan O'Connor, John Backman, Maria Filioglou, Jutta Kesti, Timo Anttila, Anniina Korpinen, Carl Fortelius, Juha Tonttila, Ali Afzalifar, Olli Pakarinen, Golnaz Roudsari, Pirkka Ollinaho, and Svante Henriksson