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  Oral Programme - CL25 Aeolian dust as a player and recorder of environmental change (co-listed in SSP)

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Convener: Stuut, J.
Co-Convener: Prins, M.

Tuesday, 26 April 2005

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 1

Chairperson: PRINS, M.

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16:00 - 16:15
EGU05-A-10617;  CL25-1TU4O-003
Stout, J.E.
Aeolian dust as a an indicator of changing regional patterns of wind erosion on the Southern High Plains of North America

16:15 - 16:30
EGU05-A-01255;  CL25-1TU4O-004
Ishizuka, M; Mikami, M; Yamada, Y; Zeng, F; Gao, W
Characteristic of soil water content and its effect on wind erosion process observed in sand dune and gobi desert in the south of the Taklimakan Desert in spring in 2002 and 2003

16:30 - 16:45
EGU05-A-01976;  CL25-1TU4O-005
Kawahata, H.
Possible effect of eolian flux on biogenic production in the mid-latitude of the North Pacific

16:45 - 17:00
EGU05-A-00541;  CL25-1TU4O-006
Marx, S.K.; Kamber, B.S.; McGowan, H.A.
Long term estimates of Australian dust flux into New Zealand: The use of modern analogues to assess the sensitivity of dust to environmental change using trace-element calibrated 210Pb as a monitor

Coffee Break

Chairperson: STUUT, J.

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17:30 - 17:45
EGU05-A-01491;  CL25-1TU5O-001
Grousset, F.; Bory, A.
Aeolian dust as a recorder of climatic changes (solicited)

17:45 - 18:00
EGU05-A-01664;  CL25-1TU5O-002
Markovic, S.B.; Hambach, U.; Jovanovic, M.; Zöller, L.; Gaudenyi, T.
Dynamics of aeolian dust sedimentation during the Middle and Late Pleistocene in the Vojvodina, Northern Serbia

18:00 - 18:15
EGU05-A-00441;  CL25-1TU5O-003
Lu, H.; Zhang, F.; Liu, X.; Duce, R.A.
Periodicities of palaeoclimatic variations recorded by loess-paleosol sequence in China (solicited)

18:15 - 18:30
EGU05-A-05320;  CL25-1TU5O-004
Ding, Z.L.; Derbyshire, E.; Yang, S.L.; Sun, J.M.; Liu, T.S.
Stepwise expansion of desert environment across northern China in the past 3.5 Ma and implications for monsoon evolution (cancelled)

18:30 - 18:45
EGU05-A-09964;  CL25-1TU5O-005
Winckler, G; Anderson, R.F.
Aeolian dust flux to the central equatorial Pacific during the Mid-Pleistocene Climate Transition

18:45 - 19:00
EGU05-A-10947;  CL25-1TU5O-006
Holz, C.; Stuut, J.B.W; Henrich, R.; Meggers, H.
Holocene variability in terrigenous sedimentation processes off NW-Africa and its relation to climate changes


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