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  Oral Programme - CL17 Observing climate change and variability from space: achievements and challenges

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Convener: Kirchengast, G.
Co-Convener: Bengtsson, L.

Thursday, 19 April 2007

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 13 (F1)

Chairperson: KIRCHENGAST, G.

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Hydrological cycle, land surface dynamics, and aerosol from space

15:30 - 15:45
EGU2007-A-06748;  CL17-1TH4O-002
The Satelite Application Facility on Climate Monitoring: Continued Development and Operations Phase (solicited)

15:45 - 16:00
EGU2007-A-09269;  CL17-1TH4O-003
Bakan, S.; Andersson, A.; Fennig, K.; Grassl, H.; Klepp , C.; Klocke, D.; Schulz, J.
Climatology of essential water cycle components over global oceans from HOAPS-3

16:00 - 16:15
EGU2007-A-10092;  CL17-1TH4O-004
Martiny , N. ; Philippon, N. ; Richard, Y. ; Camberlin, P.
Observing climate variability from space at regional scales

16:15 - 16:30
EGU2007-A-07133;  CL17-1TH4O-005
Gouveia, C.; Trigo, R.M.; Seixas, J. ; Carvalhais, N.
Using AVHRR data to assess the impact of the NAO on Iberian vegetation dynamics and NPP estimates

16:30 - 16:45
EGU2007-A-01940;  CL17-1TH4O-006
Govaerts, Y.M.; Lattanzio, A.
Estimation of Surface Albedo Increase During the Eighties Sahel Drought from Meteosat Observations

16:45 - 17:00
EGU2007-A-08069;  CL17-1TH4O-007
Papadimas, C. D.; Hatzianastassiou, N.; Mihalopoulos, N.; Vardavas, I.
Changes in aerosol optical properties over the Mediterranean basin based on 6-year (2000-2006) MODIS data


Chairperson: BAKAN, S.

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Clouds and fog from space and climate monitoring by radio occultation

17:30 - 17:45
EGU2007-A-07350;  CL17-1TH5O-002
Stubenrauch, C. J.; GEWEX cloud assessment group
Assessment of global cloud properties (solicited)

17:45 - 18:00
EGU2007-A-08416;  CL17-1TH5O-003
Cermak, J.; Bendix, J.
Setting the basis for a high-resolution European fog/low stratus climatology

18:00 - 18:15
EGU2007-A-06062;  CL17-1TH5O-004
Fong, C.-J.; Yen, N.; Chu, V.; Huang, C.-Y.; Chi, S.
Mission results from FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC constellation for global climate monitoring (cancelled)

18:15 - 18:30
EGU2007-A-06987;  CL17-1TH5O-005
Foelsche, U.; Borsche, M.; Pirscher, B.; Steiner, A. K.; Wickert, J.; Kirchengast, G.
Climate monitoring with CHAMP and FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC radio occultation data

18:30 - 18:45
EGU2007-A-10228;  CL17-1TH5O-006
Steiner, A.K.; Kirchengast, G.; Borsche, M.; Foelsche, U.
A comparison of lower stratospheric temperatures from the 20012006 CHAMP radio occultation and MSU/AMSU climate records

18:45 - 19:00
EGU2007-A-08535;  CL17-1TH5O-007
Pavelyev, A.G. ; Liou, Y.A.; Wickert, J. ; Pavelyev, A.A.; Igarashi, K.
GPS occultation signals as a radio holographic meter to study climatology of internal waves in the atmosphere on a global scale


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