The Arctic Realm is changing rapidly and the fate of the cryosphere, including Arctic sea ice, glaciers and ice caps, is a source of concern. Whereas sea ice variations impact the radiative energy budget, thus playing a role in Arctic amplification, the Greenland Ice Sheet (GIS) retreat contributes to global sea level rise. Moreover, through various processes linking the atmosphere, ice and ocean, the change in the Arctic realm may modify the atmospheric and ocean circulation at regional to global scales, the freshwater budget of the ocean and deep-water formation as well as the marine and terrestrial ecosystems. The processes and feedbacks involved operate on all time scales and thus require several types of information: satellite and instrumental data, climate models, and reconstructions based on geological archives. In this session, we invite contributions from a range of disciplines and across time scales, including observational data, historical data, proxy data, model simulations and forecasts, for the past climate and the future. The common denominator of these studies will be their focus on a better understanding of mechanisms and feedbacks on short to long time scales that drive Arctic and Arctic-subarctic changes and their impact on climate, ocean and environmental conditions, at regional to global scales, including possible links to weather and climate outside the Arctic.

Co-organized as OS1.28/SSP2.20, co-sponsored by ArcTrain
Convener: Anne de Vernal | Co-conveners: Michal Kucera, Christof Pearce, Didier Roche, Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz, Antoon Kuijpers, Richard Bintanja, Rune Grand Graversen
| Wed, 10 Apr, 08:30–12:30
Room F2
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X5

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X5

Chairperson: C. Pearce & R. Graversen
X5.61 |
Ge Peng, Michael Steele, Angela Bliss, Walter Meier, and Suzanne Dickinson
Hall X5
X5.62 |
Jade Brossard, Jean-Carlos Montero-Serrano, and Guillaume St-Onge
Hall X5
X5.63 |
Camille Brice, Anne de Vernal, Matthias Forwick, Seung-Il Nam, and Pierre Francus
Hall X5
X5.64 |
Quentin Duboc, Guillaume St-Onge, Patrick Lajeunesse, and Matthias Moros
Hall X5
X5.65 |
Ruonan Zhang, Chenghu Sun, Renhe Zhang, Liwei Jia, and Weijing Li
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.67 |
Teodora Pados, Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz, and Christof Pearce
Hall X5
X5.68 |
Mimmi Oksman, Christof Pearce, Arto Miettinen, Lærke-Corinn Ulner, Signe Hygom Jacobsen, Ralph Schneider, and Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz
Hall X5
X5.69 |
Yusuke Kawaguchi, Motoyo Itoh, Yasushi Fukamachi, Jonaotaro Onodera, Erika Moriya, Takashi Kikuchi, and Naomi Harada
Hall X5
X5.70 |
Ralf Jaiser, Mirseid Akperov, Alexander Timazhev, Dörthe Handorf, and Igor Mokhov
Hall X5
X5.71 |
Alexander Matul, Robert F. Spielhagen, Galina Kazarina, Svetlana Kruglikova, Olga Dmitrenko, and Rahul Mohan
Hall X5
X5.72 |
Sonika Shahi, Georg Heinrich, Rainer Prinz, Jakob Abermann, and Wolfgang Schöner
Hall X5
X5.73 |
Richard Bintanja, Jesse Reusen, and Eveline van der Linden
Hall X5
X5.74 |
Martin Wegmann and Gerrit Lohmann
Hall X5
X5.75 |
Middle to Late Holocene surface-ocean conditions in northeast Newfoundland
Christof Pearce, Arto Miettinen, Kaarina Weckström, Mimmi Oksman, Lisa Orme, Kirsi Tuominen, and Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz
Hall X5
X5.76 |
Imke Sievers and Xavier Fettweis
Hall X5
X5.77 |
Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz, Estelle Allan, Cristina Fasting Christiansen, Anne de Vernal, Katrine Elnegaard Hansen, Karen Luise Knudsen, Antoon Kuijpers, Christof Pearce, Kerstin Perner, Christina M. Sheldon, Marie-Alexandrine Sicre, Longbin Sha, Laerke-Corinn Ulner, and Nicolas Van Nieuwenhove
Hall X5
Hall X5
X5.79 |
Estelle Allan, Anne de Vernal, Marit-Solveig Seidenkrantz, and Marie-Michèle Ouellet-Bernier
Hall X5
X5.80 |
Tuomas Ilkka Henrikki Heiskanen