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  List of Accepted Contributions - CR19 Modelling sea ice and ice-ocean interactions (co-listed in OS)

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Wilchinsky, A V; Feltham, D L
A multi-thickness sea ice model accounting for sliding friction

Keen, A.; Durman, C.; McLaren, A.; Ridley, J.
The impact of the representation of sea ice in a global coupled atmosphere-ocean model (HadGEM1)

Worster, MG
Fluid dynamics of sea ice

Jrrar, A.; Connolley , W.; King, J.; Norton, W.; Shaffrey, L
Sea ice validation in the HiGEM model

Vancoppenolle, M.; Bitz, C. M.; Fichefet, T.; Goosse, H.
Modeling salinity variations in sea ice with a climate modeling perspective

Haugan, P.M.
Constraints on ice thermodynamics and ocean dynamics associated with sea ice freezing, aging and melting

Flocco, D; Feltham, D. L.
Incorporation of snow parameterization in a melt pond evolution model: preliminary results

Rollenhagen, K.; Timmermann, R.; Danilov, S.
A Finite Element Sea Ice Model of the Arctic: Comparison of Rheologies

Martin, T.; Gerdes, R.
The Variety of Sea Ice Drift and Transport Estimates from Models and Observations

Morales Maqueda, M. A.
A parameterisation of frazil ice collection thickness in leads and polynyas for large scale sea ice models

Connolley, W.; McLaren, A.
Climate model simulation of large-scale sea ice variability

Arbetter, T
Toward improved parameterization of surface sea ice processes in a basin-scale sea ice model: Melt ponds and blowing snow

Lietaer, O.; Fichefet, T.; Legat, V.
Towards the development of a large-scale sea ice model using the finite element method

Maksym, T.
Slushy layers (withdrawn)

Hibler, W.; Schulson, E.; Kwok, R.
Linear kinematic features as characteristics of brittle coulombic failure

Petrich, C.; Langhorne, P.J.
Sea ice salinity and salt flux from a growing ice sheet in the presence of an oceanic heat flux

Scott, F.; Feltham, D. L.
Modelling the areal evolution of Arctic melt ponds

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