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  Poster Programme - AS3.07 Chemistry-Climate Interactions (co-listed in CL)

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Convener: Dameris, M.
Co-Convener: Langematz, U.

Author in Attendance:

Friday, 7 April 2006 13:30 - 15:00
Display Time: Friday, 7 April 2006 08:00 -
Friday, 7 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: LANGEMATZ, U.

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EGU06-A-03476;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0131
Braesicke, P.; Hurwitz, M.M.; Pyle, J.A.
An Idealised Climate Sensitivity Study Assessing the Impact of Changing CO2 and Ozone on Arctic Ozone Loss

EGU06-A-04490;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0132
Pitari, G.; Iachetti, D.; Montanaro, V.
Homogeneous freezing of ice particles, including effects of aerosol size distribution in the University of L'Aquila CCM

EGU06-A-05007;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0133
JEGOU , F.; Hauglustaine, D.; Lott, F.; Lefèvre, F.; Bekki, S.
LMDZ-INCA a climate chemistry model for the troposphere and stratosphere

EGU06-A-06422;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0134
Morel, B.; Jourdain, L.; Roff, G.; Bekki, S.; Bencherif, H.
Evaluation of the isentropic transport in the LMDz-REPROBUS chemistry-climate model: comparison with GRIPS general circulation models.

EGU06-A-06529;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0135
Thölix, L; Backman, L; Ojanen, S-M; Damski, J
Analysis and validation of long-term chemistry-transport model simulations of middle atmospheric ozone

EGU06-A-07278;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0136
Fischer, A.; Brönnimann, S.; Brunner, D.; Egorova, T. ; Müller, B. ; Rozanov, E.; Schnadt, C.; Schraner, M.
Impact of ENSO events on chemical climate variability in the Northern Hemisphere

EGU06-A-04609;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0137
Nissen, K.M.; Matthes, K.; Langematz, U.
A high-resolution short-wave heating parameterisation for the middle atmosphere

EGU06-A-09478;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0138
Folberth, G.A.; Scinocca, J.F.
Climate Sensitivity to Tropospheric Ozone Change: the Impact of NMVOC

EGU06-A-06813;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0139
Tourpali, K.; Kazantzidis, A.; Bais, A.; Bruhl, C.; Joeckel, P
Offline calculations of erythemal irradiance based on a chemistry- climate model output (solicited)

EGU06-A-01145;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0140
Dameris, M.; Matthes, S.; Deckert, R.; Grewe, V.; Ponater, M.
Sensitivity studies with the chemistry-climate model E39/C

EGU06-A-04770;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0141
Langematz, U.; Kunze, M.
Observed trends of polar stratospheric temperatures and vortex dynamics for the evaluation of Chemistry-Climate-Models (CCMs)

EGU06-A-11091;  AS3.07-1FR3P-0142
Xu, Y.; Brasseur, G.
Coupling atmospehric chemistry transport model MOZART with general circultaion model ECHAM5 and its feedback of ozone

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