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  Poster Programme - NP6.06 Astrophysical Turbulence and Shocks, Plasmas and High Mach Number Flows (co-listed in PS)

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Convener: Haas, J.
Co-Convener: Redondo, J., Bouquet, S.
Co-Sponsorship: AGU Nonlinear Focus Group, UPC, Barcelona; CEA, Paris.

Author in Attendance:

Thursday, 19 April 2007 15:30 - 17:00
Display Time: Thursday, 19 April 2007 08:00 -
Thursday, 19 April 2007 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: N.N.

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EGU2007-A-00409;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0674
Bondyopadhaya, R.
A study of variation of Sun's Spot and South West Monsoon and Cyclonic storms in India

EGU2007-A-00628;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0675
Besedina, Yu.N.; Kopnin, S.I.; Popel, S.I.
Ion–neutral collisions and macroparticle charging in Earth’s “dusty” ionosphere

EGU2007-A-01922;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0676
Lebo, I.G.; Zvorykin, V.D. ; Technical university-MIREA
The study of turbulent mixing zone development in laser shock tube experiments. (solicited)

EGU2007-A-02105;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0677
Garzon, G.; Rozanov, V.; Redondo, J.M.
Inverse cascades in RT and RM instabilities (solicited)

EGU2007-A-04416;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0678
Vukicevic, T.; posselt, D.
Analysis of the impact of model nonlinearities in solutions to stochastic inverse problems

EGU2007-A-05726;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0679
Redondo, J.M.; Mahjoub, O.B.
Cascade non locality in Baroclinic driven flows

EGU2007-A-10411;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0680
Kovács, P.; Vörös, Z.
Turbulent study of the solar wind magnetic fluctuations in front of the earth’s bow shock during extreme activity of the interplanetary field

EGU2007-A-10990;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0681
Toque, N.; Ligničres, F.; Vincent, A.
Turbulent transport in stellar radiative zones

EGU2007-A-11041;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0682
Retejum, A.
Solar Impact on the Earth Rotation

EGU2007-A-11436;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0683
Lopez Gonzalez-Nieto, P.; Cano, J.L.; Redondo, J.M.; Van der Voor, I.
Buoyant mixing modifications by Unstable Flows

EGU2007-A-11438;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0684
Falize, E.; Bouquet, S.; Michaut, C.
Radiative Cooling and Kelvin-Helmholtz Instability in Astrophysics (solicited)

EGU2007-A-11554;  NP6.06-1TH4P-0685
Dolgoeva, G.V.; Zhmaylo, V.A.; Novikova, E.A.; Statsenko, V.P.
Development of Semi-Empirical Turbulent Mixing Model for Calculating MHD-Parameters of Supernova Remnants

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