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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL010 Physical and Biogeochemical feedbacks in the Climate System

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Iacobellis, S.; Somerville, R.
Improvements in global models based on new prognostic cloud and precipitation parameterizations

Falloon, P; Harrison, R; Betts, R
Impact of land use change on climate in HadGEM1

Falloon, P; Jones, C; Betts, R; Harrison, R; Booth, B; Collins, M
Uncertainty in soil carbon-climate change feedbacks (withdrawn)

Driesschaert, E.; Fichefet, T.; Goosse, H.; Huybrechts, P.; Janssens, I.; Mouchet, A.; Munhoven, G.
On the warming asymmetry between Europe and North America in climate change projections

Friedlingstein, P
Climate –Carbon Cycle Feedback Analysis, Results from the C4MIP Model Intercomparison

Langen, P. L.; Alexeev, V. A.
Polar Amplification of Climate Change

Cherry, J.E.; Alexeev, V.A.; Liepert, B.G.; Groisman, P.Y.; Romanovsky, V.E.
Acceleration of the Arctic Water Cycle

Gedney, N.; Cox, P. M.; Betts, R. A.; Boucher, O.; Huntingford, C.; Stott, P. A.
Detecting a direct carbon dioxide effect on plants in continental river runoff

Euskirchen, E.S.; McGuire, A.D.; Chapin, F.S.
The relative influences of the responses of albedo and the exchange with the atmosphere of carbon dioxide in high latitude terrestrial ecosystems on the climate system

Loutre, M.F.
Assessing the role of vegetation feedbacks and initial conditions for the climate during MIS11.

Betts, R; Collins, M ; Cox, P; Falloon, P ; Gedney, N ; Hemming, D; Huntingford, C; Jones, C; Rye, C
Plant responses double the impact of CO2-induced climate change on simulated future runoff

Tamburini, F.; Jaccard, S.L.; Haug, G.H.; Dulski, P.
Sedimentary Phosphorus Variability in Deep Subarctic Pacific during Termination I

Anisimov, O.; Reneva, S.
Polar amplification of climate change through release of greenhouse gases from thawing permafrost

Williams, PD; Guilyardi, E; Sutton, RT; Gregory, JM; Madec, G
A new feedback from the hydrological cycle on the rate of climate change

Rae, J.G.L; Johnson, C.E.
The effect of tropospheric oxidant concentrations and climate on future sulphate aerosol predictions

Matthews, H. D.; Keith, D.
Carbon cycle feedbacks amplify the effect of climate sensitivity uncertainty on future warming

Hibler, W. D.
Sea ice mechanics as a climatic feedback mechanism

Kato, T; Ito, A
Historical influence by land ecosystem uptake and land use change emission on the global carbon budget and climate change in the 20th century

Reichstein, M.; Ciais, P.; Viovy, N.; Papale, D.; Valentini, R.; THE HEATWAVE2003 TEAM
The role of extreme events and hydrological interactions in the carbon-cycle-climate feedback: effects of the 2003 European heatwave on the terrestrial carbon cycle

Calmanti, S.; Artale, V.; Sutera, A.
A Linear Feedback for the Amplification of the Meridional Overturning Circulation Variability on Interdecadal Timescales

Kawamiya, M.; Yoshikawa, C.; Kato, T.; Matsuno, T.
Interannual variations of atmospheric CO2 and their implication to climate – carbon cycle interactions (withdrawn)

Gunson, J
Sensitivity of global climate to perturbations in ocean DMS emissions

Bony, S.; Dufresne, J.-L.
Model cloud feedbacks and climate sensitivity: where do uncertainties come from ? (withdrawn)

Lenton, T. M.; Britton, C.
Enhanced carbonate and silicate weathering accelerates recovery from fossil fuel CO2 perturbations

Key, E.; Minnett, P.; Barber, D.
Spatial Variability of Physical Feedbacks over Varying Arctic Surfaces

Nelson, S.; Valdes, P.; Beerling, D.
Modelling Methane during the Holocene

Bates, J.R.
Some considerations of the concept of climate feedback

Sanderson, MG; Hemming, DJ; Collins, WJ; Johnson, CE
Influence of increasing carbon dioxide levels on stomatal conductance and surface air quality

Khvorostyanov, D.V.; Krinner, G.; Ciais, P.; Zimov, S.
CO2 emissions from world permafrost carbon stocks at global warming scenarios

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