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  Poster Programme - AS1.15 Aerosol-Precipitation Interactions

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Convener: Andreae, M.
Co-Convener: Lohmann, U., Rosenfeld, D.
Co-Sponsorship: Integrated Land-Ecosystem Atmospheric Processes Study (iLEAPS)

Author in Attendance:

Wednesday, 18 April 2007 10:30 - 12:00
Display Time: Wednesday, 18 April 2007 08:00 -
Wednesday, 18 April 2007 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: N.N.

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EGU2007-A-00390;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0082
Posselt, R.; Lohmann, U.
Prognostic equations for rain in the ECHAM5 GCM: Global simulations

EGU2007-A-03212;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0083
Knippertz, P.; Deutscher, C.; Kandler, K.; Müller, T.; Schulz, O.; Schütz, L.
Dust Mobilization due to Density Currents in the Atlas Region: Observations from the SAMUM Field Campaign

EGU2007-A-03495;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0084
Reutter, P.; Trentmann, J.; Luderer, G.; Simmel, M.; Textor, C.; Herzog, M.; Wernli, H.; Pöschl, U.; Andreae, M.O.
Numerical simulations of microphysical processes in pyro-convective clouds

EGU2007-A-03865;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0085
Peng, Y.; Liu, Y.
Verification on the parameterization of the cloud droplet size distribution with in-situ observational data for GCM simulations (cancelled)

EGU2007-A-05950;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0086
Kumar, R.; Gupta, A.; Srivastava, S.S.; Kumari, K.M.
Characterization of rainwater and determination of wet scavenging ratio

EGU2007-A-06125;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0087
Andronova, A; Ginzburg, A; Minashkin, V
Aerosol impact on extreme weather and climate events, clouds and precipitation

EGU2007-A-07613;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0088
Yin, Y.; Chen, L.
A numerical study of the heating effect of mineral aerosols on cloud and precipitation

EGU2007-A-07671;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0089
Bäumer, D.; Vogel, B.
Significant weekly periodicities in meteorological variables in Germany – Evidence of an anthropogenic aerosol effect? (cancelled)

EGU2007-A-07980;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0090
Davies, S.; Cui, Z.; Carslaw, K.S.; Blyth, A.M.; Yin, Y.
The predictibility of the response of mixed-phase convective clouds to aerosol perturbations.

EGU2007-A-08204;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0091
Deandreis, C.; Balkanski, Y.; Dufresne, J.L.
Non-linearity of the first indirect effect: an improvement of its determination

EGU2007-A-08591;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0092
Deandreis, C.; Balkanski, Y.; Schulz, M.
Past, present and future anthropogenic aerosol emissions: atmospheric feedbacks in different climate conditions

EGU2007-A-09016;  AS1.15-1WE2P-0093
Sun, J.; Ariya, P.A.; Leighton, H.
Modeling studying the role of bacteria on ice nucleation processes

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