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  List of Accepted Contributions - CL15 Physical and Biogeochemical feedbacks in the Climate System (co-listed in BG)

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Williams, K. D.
Results from the Cloud Feedback Model Intercomparison Project (CFMIP)

Williams, K. D.
Evaluation of a component of the cloud response to climate change in an intercomparison of climate models

Alexeev, V.A.; Langen, P.L.
Polar amplification as a preferred response in an idealized aquaplanet GCM

Solomon, A
The Impact of latent heat release in extratropical storms on polar climate

Plattner, G.-K.; Joos, F.; Knutti, R.; Stocker, T.F.; Strassmann, K.M.
Carbon cycle and climate sensitivity related uncertainties in projected sea level rise from thermal expansion

Swingedouw, D.; Bopp, L.; Matras, A.
Decrease in the Atlantic overturning does not significantly impact oceanic CO$_2$ uptake over century timescales.

Marzeion, B.; Levermann, A.; Mignot, J.
Stratification-dependent mixing may increase sensitivity of Atlantic Overturning to global warming

Kleidon, A.; Fraedrich, K; Low, C
Multiple Steady States in the terrestrial Atmosphere-Biosphere System as a Result of a discrete Vegetation Representation

Falloon, PD; Ades, M; Jones, CD
Sensitivity of soil carbon storage and global climate-carbon cycle feedbacks to soil moisture

Falloon, PD; Jones, CD; Betts, RA; Harrison, R; Booth, B; Collins, M
Uncertainty in soil carbon-climate change feedbacks

Friedlingstein, P; Hibbard, K; Meehl, G; Cox, P; The AGCI participants
A Strategy for Climate Change Stabilization Experiments with AOGCMs and ESMs

Ter Maat, H.W.; Moors, E.J.; Hutjes, R.W.A; Janssen, R.; Dolman, A.J.
The relative importance of topography and land use on the Veluwe rainfall maximum in The Netherlands

Strassmann, K. M.; Joos, F.
Past and future impact of land use on the carbon cycle and climate

Harrison, R; Jones, C; Jogireddy, V
Simulating the European carbon balance with JULES

Winguth, A.; Mikolajewicz, U. ; Maier-Reimer, E.; Schurgers, G.; Vizcaino, M.
Future longterm changes in marine CO2 uptake and oxygen - an ESM study

Gregory, J. M.; Jones, C. D.
Quantifying carbon-cycle and climate feedbacks

Brovkin, V.
Feedbacks between climate, land cover, and carbon cycle on centennial to millennial timescales

Sturm, K.; Friedlingstein, P.; Bentsen, M.; Heinze, C.; Assmann, K.
Modelling the terrestrial carbon cycle: sensitivity to climate forcing and model formulation

Ginzburg, A; Zavalishin, N
Dynamics of the global carbon cycle: a number of simple low-parametric closed models

Crueger, T.; Roeckner, E.; Raddatz, T.J. ; Schnur, R.
Ocean dynamics determine the response of oceanic CO2-uptake to climate change

Jupp, T.E.; Weedon, G.P.; Los, S.O.; Taylor, C.M.
Feedbacks between vegetation and precipitation inferred from remote sensing

Zaehle, S; Friedlingstein, P; Bopp, L; Cadule, P
A first estimate of the feedback between climate change and atmospheric N2O concentration

Jones, C; Cadule, P; Bopp, L; Friedlingstein, P
Climate-Carbon cycle feedbacks in multiple idealised experiments

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

Cadule, P.; Bopp, L. ; Friedlingstein, P.; Caubel, A.; Dufresne, J.-L.
The role of non-CO2 radiative forcing in determining of the amplitude of climate-carbon feedback

Cadule, P.; Friedlingstein, P.; Bopp, L.; Jones, C.; Sitch, S.; Bousquet, P.; Ciais, P.; Peylin, P.; Piao, S.
Using observation to constrain coupled climate-carbon cycle models

Drüszler, Á.; Csirmaz, K.; Mika, J.
Effects of documented land use changes on climate in Hungary simulated by the MM5 high-resolution model

HUTCHINGS, J.; Hibler, W.; Vavrus, S.
Precipitous Climate Change Induced by Sea Ice Mechanics

Bony, S.; Colman, R.; Kattsov, V.
Physical climate feedbacks and climate sensitivity: what progress since the TAR?

Nielsen, P. N.; Ditlevsen, P. D.
Modelling the interactions between climate and biosphere over geological timescales

Cai, M.; Lu, J-H
Factors for the meridional and vertical asymmetries of the global warming.

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