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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL005 Climate of the Polar Regions (co-listed in OS)

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Makarova, L.N.
Low electric conductivity of the ground surface as a parameter which could influence polar climate (withdrawn)

Tymofeyev, V.
Regional warming at the Antarctic Peninsula and tropospheric circulation change (withdrawn)

Testut, L.; Wöppelmann, G.; Simon, B.; Téchiné, P.
Sea level rise at Kerguelen Island over the last 55 years

Castebrunet, H.; Genthon, C.; Martinerie, P.
Modelling of the sulfur cyle in Antarctica for a present-day and a glacial climate

van Lipzig, NPM; Marshall, GJ; Orr, A; King, JC
A model study on the relation between Southern Hemisphere Annular Mode and Antarctic Peninsula summer temperatures

Alekseev, G.; Ivanov, N.; Kuzmina, S.
Manifestations of the Arctic warmings during last 100 years in the surface air temperature, sea ice and the Arctic Ocean

Posey, P.; Preller, R.
The Polar Ice Prediction System - a decade of U.S. Navy ice forecasting capability

Döscher, R.; Meier, H.E.M; Wyser, Klaus
Sensitivities in the Rossby Centre Arctic models

Wilkinson, J.P.; Wadhams, P.; McPhail, S.D.
The role of multibeam sonar from AUVs in mapping climate-induced change in Arctic sea ice

Flocco, D.; Biggs, N.R.B; Wadhams, P.; Zambianchi, E.
An estimate of sea ice and deep water production in Antarctic coastal polynyas

Koenigk, T.; Mikolajewicz, U.; Haak, H.; Jungclaus, J.
The changing Arctic fresh water export in the 21st century

Goettel, H; Alexander, J; Rechid, D; Wolf, A; Jacob, D
Influence of changed vegetations fields on regional climate simulations in the Barents Sea Region

De Carolis, G.; Morelli, S.; Parmiggiani, F.; Casini, G.
Terra Nova Bay polynya: a study by satellite microwave observations and Eta model simulations

Gerdes, R.; Hurlin, B.; Griffies, S.
Changes in sea level due to increased fresh water flux from the Arctic

Koeberle, C. ; Gerdes, R.
Arctic sea ice variability in IPCC climate of the 20th century experiments in comparison to ocean-sea ice hindcasts

Shum, C. K.; Kuo, C.-Y.
20th Century Global Sea Level Rise: Its Determination and Cyrospheric Contributions (withdrawn)

Hibler, W.; Heil, P.; Roberts, A.; Proshuntinsky, A.
Climatic impact of tidal and inertial variability in sea-ice deformation

Rögnvaldsson, Ó; Ólafsson, H.
Precipitation climatology derived from numerical modeling

Arason, T.; Ólafsson, H.; Rögnvaldsson, Ó.
Error analysis of numerically simulated precipitation for climatological purposes

Ólafsson, H.; Rögnvaldsson, Ó.
Changes in the annual cycle of temperature in a climate prediction for the Iceland region

Zhang, J.
What drives the rapid decline of Arctic sea ice over the past decades?

Bergamasco, A.
Downslope overflow processes: theory, observations and modeling of the Ross Sea evidences

Wadhams, P.; Wilkinson, J.P.; McPhail, S.D.
On the improved view of decadal Arctic sea ice changes utilizing AUVs

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