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  Poster Programme - CL16 Biospheric feedbacks in the climate system in the past, present, and future

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Convener: Claussen, M.
Co-Convener: Brovkin, V., Zeng, N.

Author in Attendance:

Thursday, 17 April 2008 17:30 - 19:00
Display Time: Thursday, 17 April 2008 08:00 -
Thursday, 17 April 2008 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: N.N.

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EGU2008-A-02452;  CL16-1TH5P-0170
Klein Goldewijk, K.
Human influence on the global environment throughout the Holocene: results from HYDE 3.0 (solicited)

EGU2008-A-03996;  CL16-1TH5P-0171
Pongratz, J.; Reick, C.H.; Raddatz, T.; Claussen, M.
Biogeophysical Effects of Anthropogenic Land Cover Change during the last Millennium

EGU2008-A-03097;  CL16-1TH5P-0172
Otto, J.; Raddatz, T.; Claussen, M.; Brovkin, V.; Gayler, V. ; Reick, C.H.
Feedback analysis of mid-Holocene winter warming

EGU2008-A-04322;  CL16-1TH5P-0173
Wohlfahrt, J.; Claussen, M.
Validation of an atmosphere-ocean-vegetation model with mid-Holocene palaebotanic data for the Northern extratropics

EGU2008-A-04335;  CL16-1TH5P-0174
Raddatz, T.; Brovkin, V.; Gayler, V.; Reick, C. H.; Claussen, M.
A Dynamic Land Cover Model for COSMOS

EGU2008-A-09264;  CL16-1TH5P-0175
Paul, A.; Dupont, L.
The role of tropical vegetation dynamics during Heinrich event 1

EGU2008-A-03949;  CL16-1TH5P-0176
Henrot, A-J.; Munhoven, G.; François, L.
Impacts of land surface properties on Last Glacial Maximum climate

EGU2008-A-05471;  CL16-1TH5P-0177
Janssen, RHH; Meinders, M; van Nes, EH; Scheffer, M
Microscale vegetation-soil feedback boosts hysteresis in a regional vegetation-climate system

EGU2008-A-04241;  CL16-1TH5P-0178
Alkama, R.; Kageyama, M.; Ramstein, G.; Davin, E.
A sensitivity study to global desertification in cold and warm climates

EGU2008-A-11964;  CL16-1TH5P-0179
Kammann, C.; Lenhart, K.; Müller, C.; Grünhage, L.; Jäger, H.-J.
Positive feedback of future atmospheric CO2 concentrations on N2O emissions: Results from a 9-year FACE experiment

EGU2008-A-06690;  CL16-1TH5P-0180
Churkina, G. ; Brovkin, V.; von Bloh, W.; Trusilova, K.; Jung, M.; Dentener, F.
Synergy of rising nitrogen depositions and atmospheric CO2 on land carbon uptake offsets global warming (solicited)

EGU2008-A-03894;  CL16-1TH5P-0181
Eliseev, A.V.; Mokhov, I.I.
The climate-carbon cycle feedback: An eventual saturation

EGU2008-A-02801;  CL16-1TH5P-0182
Bouttes, N.; Roche, D. M.; Paillard, D.
Implication of a strong deep ocean stratification on the carbon cycle

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