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Poster presentations @ EGU 2016
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Monday, 18th of April
BG2.12 Biosphere-atmosphere exchange of reactive trace gases and aerosols
15:30–17:00, Foyer M
Effects of rewetting on greenhouse gas emissions in different microtopes in a cutover drained bog in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
(Olga Vybornova, Eva-Maria Pfeiffer, and Lars Kutzbach)
BG5.1 PICO Session
Biogeochemistry and ecohydrology of arid, semi-arid and drought subjected ecosystems
Partitioning understory evapotranspiration in semi-arid ecosystems in Namibia using the
isotopic composition of water vapour
(Marleen de Blécourt, Marcel Gaj, Kim-Kirsten Holtorf, Alexander Gröngröft, Ralph Brokate,
Thomas Himmelsbach, and Annette Eschenbach)
CL1.10 Paleoclimates from the Cretaceous to the Holocene: learning about past and future
climate changes from numerical experiments and model-data comparisons
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
From the Last Interglacial to the Anthropocene: Modelling a Complete Glacial Cycle
(Tim Brücher, Mojib Latif, Martin Claussen, and Michael Schulz)
Simulating Heinrich events in a coupled atmosphere-ocean-ice sheet model
(Uwe Mikolajewicz and Florian Ziemen)
The CMIP6/PMIP4 Last Millennium Simulations
(Johann Jungclaus and the PMIP Past2k Working Group Team)
From Past to future: the Paleoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project’s contribution to CMIP6
(Masa Kageyama, Pascale Braconnot, Sandy Harrison, Alan Haywood, Johann
Jungclaus, Bette Otto-Bliesner, and Ayako Abe-Ouchi)
CL5.12/AS1.3/OS4.10 Downscaling: methods and applications (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X4
A new generation of the regional climate model REMO: REMO non-hydrostatic
(Kevin Sieck, Thomas Raub, Lennart Marien, Lars Buntemeyer, and Daniela Jacob)
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HS5.6 Water Resources Management and Policy in a Changing World (including Arne Richter
Award for Outstanding Young Scientists Lecture)
17:30–19:00, Hall A
Change in statistics of drought in a land use scenario for Brazil
(Markus Kilian, Erik Chavez, and Valerio Lucarini)
IE2.1/NH2.1/AS3.6/GMPV7.2 Atmospheric emissions from volcanoes and their dispersion (coorganized)
17:30–19:00, Hall D
Volcanic Ash Cloud Altitude retrievals from passive satellite sensors: the 03-09 December 2015 Etna eruption.
(Stefano Corradini, Luca Merucci, Lorenzo Guerrieri, Sergio Pugnaghi, Greg Mcgarragh, Elisa Carboni, Lucy Ventress, Roy Grainger, Simona Scollo, Federica Pardini,
Klemen Zakšek, Baerbel Langmann, Severin Bancalá, and Dario Stelitano)
NP4.1 Time Series Analysis in the Geosciences - Concepts, Methods and Applications
17:30–19:00, Hall A
Efficient Bayesian inference for natural time series using ARFIMA processes
(Timothy Graves, Robert Gramacy, Christian Franzke, and Nicholas Watkins)
Tuesday, 19th of April
AS1.7/GI2.10 Atmospheric applications in microwave radiometry (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X2
Ice Water Path Retrieval Using Microwave and Submillimetre Wave Observations
(Manfred Brath, Verena Grützun, Jana Mendrok, Stuart Fox, Patrick Eriksson, and
Stefan A. Buehler)
Closure study between 183.31 GHz passive microwave and in-situ radiosonde measurements of water vapor in the atmosphere
(Oleksandr Bobryshev, Manfred Brath, Viju John, and Stefan Buehler)
AS3.8 Remote Sensing of Clouds and Aerosols: Techniques and Applications
17:30–19:00, Hall X2
Characterization of shallow marine convection in subtropical regions by airborne
and spaceborne lidar measurements
(Silke Gross, Manuel Gutleben, Andreas Schäfler, Christoph Kiemle, Martin Wirth,
Lutz Hirsch, and Felix Ament)
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BG1.5/AS4.7 Terrestrial ecosystem responses to global change: integrating carbon, nutrient
and water cycles in experiments and models (co-organized)
13:30–15:00, Foyer M
2.5 years of CarboPerm: achievements and further steps of an interdisciplinary Russian-German project on the formation, turnover and release of carbon in Siberian
permafrost landscapes
(Sebastian Zubrzycki)
CL0.01/EOS8 Interdisciplinary Approaches in Climatic Change Research and Assessment (coorganized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Impact of farm level adaptation to climate change on agricultural productivity and
farmers’ wellbeing: Empirical evidence from Pakistan
(Muhammad Abid and Jürgen Scheffran)
Climate impacts on palm oil yields in the Nigerian Niger Delta
(Stanley U. Okoro, Udo Schickhoff, Juergen Boehner, Uwe Schneider, and Neil Huth)
CL3.01 Climate Predictions - from monthly, seasonal to decadal time scales
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Predictability over the North Atlantic ocean in hindcast ensembles of MPI-ESM initialized by EnKF and three nudging systems
(Sebastian Brune, Holger Pohlmann, Andre Düsterhus, Jürgen Kröger, Wolfgang
Müller, and Johanna Baehr)
Comparison of surface freshwater fluxes from different climate forecasts produced
through different ensemble generation schemes
(Vanya Romanova, Andreas Hense, Sabrina Wahl, Sebastian Brune, and Johanna
Positive impact of the new 5-layer soil-hydrology scheme on seasonal prediction
skill of 2-meter air temperatures over Europe
(Felix Bunzel, Wolfgang Müller, Tobias Stacke, Stefan Hagemann, Mikhail Dobrynin,
Johanna Baehr, and Kristina Fröhlich)
Evaluation and first forecasts of the German Climate Forecast System 1 (GCFS1)
(Kristina Fröhlich, Johanna Baehr, Wolfgang Müller, Felix Bunzel, Holger Pohlmann,
Mikhail Dobrynin and the further members of the joint working group on seasonal
prediction Team)
CL3.03/AS4.27 Extreme Events and Impacts (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Future precipitation extremes during summer monsoon in southern Pakistan
(Maida Zahid and Valerio Lucarini)
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EOS3 Science in tomorrow's classroom (poster only session)
17:30–19:00, Hall D
Teaching Scales in the Climate System: An example of interdisciplinary teaching and
(Johanna Baehr, Jörn Behrens, Michael Brüggemann, Thomas Frisius, Mirjam S.
Glessmer, Jens Hartmann, Inga Hense, Lars Kaleschke, Lars Kutzbach, Simone
Rödder, and Jürgen Scheffran)
GMPV7.1/NH2.10 Hazard monitoring during effusive eruption: data, modelling and uncertainties (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X2
Observations of volcanic hotspots with TET-1
(Klemen Zakšek, Matthias Hort, and Eckehard Lorenz)
IE2.5/AS3.5/CL2.07 Stratospheric aerosol, volcanic eruptions and their radiative effects (coorganized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Easy Volcanic Aerosol
(Matthew Toohey, Bjorn Stevens, Hauke Schmidt, and Claudia Timmreck)
HS1.8 Data Assimilation for integrated hydrological models and Earth System Models
17:30–19:00, Hall A
Identification of characteristic model-observation deviations for coupled data assimilation
(Gernot Geppert and Felix Ament)
NP4.4 Linking Models and Data: Prediction, Verification, and Intercomparison
17:30–19:00, Hall A
Deconstructing an Atmospheric Model: Variability and Response, Unstable Periodic
Orbits, and the Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorem
(Andrei Gritsun and Valerio Lucarini)
Dynamical Analysis of Blocking Events: Spatial and Temporal Fluctuations of Covariant Lyapunov Vectors
(Sebastian Schubert and Valerio Lucarini)
Determining optimum climate drivers for weather risk projections
(Erik Chavez, Markus Kilian, and Valerio Lucarini)
Analysis of ensemble quality of initialzed hindcasts in the global coupled climate
model MPI-ESM
(Sebastian Brune, André Düsterhus, and Johanna Baehr)
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OS1.4 The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change
17:30–19:00, Hall X4
Reconstructing Links between AMOC and Surface Temperature Variability in the
North Atlantic
(Leonard Borchert, Matthias Fischer, Wolfgang Müller, and Johanna Baehr)
Impact of the seasonal cycle on the decadal predictability of the North Atlantic volume and heat transport under global warming
(Matthias Fischer, Wolfgang A. Müller, Daniela I.V. Domeisen, and Johanna Baehr)
A revised estimate of the Denmark Strait Overflow
(Nuno Nunes, Martin Moritz, Kerstin Jochumsen, Detlef Quadfasel, Karin Larsen,
Heðinn Valdimarsson, and Steingrímur Jónsson)
Temporal and spatial variability of the Denmark Strait Overflow
(Martin Moritz, Nuno Nunes, Kerstin Jochumsen, and Detlef Quadfasel)
Estimates of volume, heat and freshwater budgets for the Arctic Mediterranean and
North Atlantic in relation to the main physical processes: Insight from the EUNACLIM observations
(Bert Rudels, Bogi Hansen, Johannes Karstensen, Gerard McCarthy, and Detlef Quadfasel)
SSP3.9 Subaquatic sediment gravity flow processes and products (sponsored by IAS and
17:30–19:00, Hall X1
New Insights into the Sedimentary Dynamics along Carbonate Slopes
(Marco Wunsch, Christian Betzler, Sebastian Lindhorst, Thomas Lüdmann, and Gregor Eberli)
Wednesday, 20th of April
BG1.11 Towards integrating GHG budgets from terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems
17:30–19:00, Foyer M
Spatio-temporal variability of CH4 fluxes and environmental drivers on a modern
flood plain of the Siberian Lena River Delta
(Norman Rößger, Christian Wille, and Lars Kutzbach)
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BG2.15/SSS6.14 Peatlands and the Carbon Cycle (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Foyer N
Upscaling methane emission hotspots in boreal peatlands
(Fabio Cresto Aleina, Benjamin R. K. Runkle, Tim Bruecher, Thomas Kleinen, and Victor Brovkin)
Methane emission modeling with MCMC calibration for a boreal peatland
(Maarit Raivonen, Sampo Smolander, Jouni Susiluoto, Leif Backman, Xuefei Li, Tiina
Markkanen, Thomas Kleinen, Jarmo Makela, Tuula Aalto, Janne Rinne, Victor Brovkin,
and Timo Vesala)
BG2.16 Plant traits and biogeochemical cycles
15:30–17:00, Foyer M
Tree species influence soil-atmosphere fluxes of the greenhouse gases CO2, CH4 and
(Christina Steffens, Lars Vesterdal, and Eva-Maria Pfeiffer)
BG3.1 Biogeochemistry of coastal seas and continental shelves, with a special focus on Sedimentary Carbon in the Coastal Ocean (including Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky Medal Lecture)
17:30–19:00, Foyer N
A novel adaptive biogeochemical model, and its 3-D application for a decadal
hindcast simulation of the biogeochemistry of the southern North Sea
(Onur Kerimoglu, Richard Hofmeister, and Kai Wirtz)
Regulation of CO2 Air Sea Fluxes by Sediments in the North Sea
(William Burt, Helmuth Thomas, Mathilde Hagens, Heiko Brenner, Johannes Pätsch,
Nicola Clargo, and Lesley Salt)
CL4.06 Tropical Climate Variability and Teleconnections: past, present and future
17:30–19:00, Hall X4
Walker circulation in a transient climate
(Elina Plesca, Verena Grützun, and Stefan A. Buehler)
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CL4.10/CR1.10/OS1.7 Sea level rise: past, present and future (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X4
X4.131 Accurately measuring sea level change from space: an ESA Climate Change Initiative
for MSL closure budget studies
(JeanFrancois Legeais, Anny Cazenave, Michael Ablain, Gilles Larnicol, Jerome Benveniste, Johnny Johannessen, Gary Timms, Ole Andersen, Paolo Cipollini, Monica
Roca, Sergei Rudenko, Joana Fernandes, Magdalena Balmaseda, Graham Quartly,
Luciana Fenoglio-Marc, Benoit Meyssignac, and Martin Scharffenberg)
X4.139 Uncertainty estimates of altimetric Global Mean Sea Level timeseries
(Martin Scharffenberg, Michael Hemming, and Detlef Stammer)
X4.143 Comparisons of various sea level reconstructions and sea level from data synthesis
products: 1960-2012
(Mark Carson, Detlef Stammer, Armin Köhl, Benoit Meyssignac, John Church, Jens
Schröter, and Manfred Wenzel)
CL5.14/AS2.5/OS1.14 Ocean waves in the Earth's climate (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X4
Seasonal prediction of ocean surface waves.
(Mikhail Dobrynin, Sebastian Brune, Kristina Fröhlich, Felix Bunzel, Holger Pohlmann, Wolfgang A. Müller, and Johanna Baehr)
New wave systems in the “ice-free” future of the Arctic Ocean
(Mikhail Dobrynin, Jens Murawski, and Thomas Pohlmann)
Changes in the Global Wave Climate from Single-Model Projections
(Gil Lemos, Arno Behrens, Mikhail Dobrynin, Pedro Miranda, Alvaro Semedo, and
Joanna Staneva)
CR4.1/GM10.9 Permafrost Open Session (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X4
Environmental factors influencing trace house gas production in permafrostaffected soils
(Josefine Walz, Christian Knoblauch, Luisa Böhme, and Eva-Maria Pfeiffer)
G4.1/GD8.6 Acquisition and processing of gravity and magnetic field data and their integrative interpretation (co-organized)
20 Apr, 17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Crustal structure of the Hecataeus Rise (eastern Mediterranean) deduced by marine
gravity and marine magnetic modelling
(Ali Dehghani)
GMPV5.3/G3.8/GD8.8/TS2.6 Volcanic processes: Tectonics, Deformation, Geodesy (coorganized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X2
Radar measurements of surface deformation in the sub mm-range
(Gerhard Peters, Matthias Hort, Alexander Gerst, and Lea Scharff)
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HS10.8 Peatland Hydrology
17:30–19:00, Hall A
Modeling water table dynamics in managed and restored peatlands
(Fabio Cresto Aleina, Livia Rasche, Renée Hermans, Jens-Arne Subke, Uwe Schneider,
and Victor Brovkin)
NH5.6/SM8.4 Complex modeling of earthquake, landslide, and volcano tsunami sources (coorganized)
17:30–19:00, Hall D
Test Problems for Coupled Earthquake-Tsunami Simulations
(Jörn Behrens, Michael Bader, Ylona van Dinther, Alice-Agnes Gabriel, Elizabeth H.
Madden, Kaveh Rahnema, Thomas Ulrich, Carsten Uphoff, Stefan Vater, Stephanie
Wollherr, and Iris van Zelst)
Validation of an Adaptive Triangular Discontinuous Galerkin Shallow Water Model
for the 2011 Tohoku Tsunami
(Stefan Vater and Jörn Behrens)
NP5.1 Inverse Problems, Data Assimilation, Initial and Model Errors (including Lewis Fry Richardson Medal Lecture)
17:30–19:00, Hall A
Statistical and Dynamical Properties of Covariant Lyapunov Vectors in a Coupled
Atmosphere-Ocean Model – Error dynamics.
(Stéphane Vannitsem and Valerio Lucarini)
Variational estimation of process parameters in a simplified atmospheric general
circulation model
(Guokun Lv, Armin Koehl, and Detlef Stammer)
NP5.2/AS1.2/HS4.10 Advances in statistical post-processing for deterministic and ensemble
forecasts (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall A
A model output statistics system to forecast the 2 metre temperature at the “Wettermast Hamburg“ site
(Tobias Sebastian Finn and Felix Ament)
SSP3.11 From sapropels to evaporites: Sedimentary expressions of splendid isolation
17:30–19:00, Hall X1
Benthic foraminiferal stable isotope record of organic carbon fluxes during deposition of Mediterranean sapropel S1
(Marc Theodor, Gerhard Schmiedl, and Andreas Mackensen)
Salinity-induced stratification and the onset of hypoxia during the Holocene Thermal Maximum and the Medieval Climate Anomaly
(Nina Papadomanolaki, Nikki Dijkstra, Niels van Helmond, Francesca Sangiorgi,
Mathilde Hagens, Ulrich Kotthoff, and Caroline Slomp)
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SSS9.5/AS4.40/BG4.3 Fire in the Soil and Earth systems: new insights (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X1
Comparison of Interglacial fire dynamics in Southern Africa
(Tim Brücher and Anne-Laure Daniau)
TS1.2/EMRP4.15 Fault rocks in the lab and in the field: structural constraints on fault growth
and mechanics (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X2
Significance of first-order faults in folding mechanically isotropic layers: evidence
from the Sudbury Basin, Canada.
(Martin Clark and Ulrich Riller)
Thursday, 21th of April
BG1.9 New advances in model development of biospheric processes
15:30–17:00, Foyer M
’Together we are stronger?!’ - Competition and synergies between Plant Functional
Types in a changing precipitation regime in North Africa
(Vivienne Groner, Martin Claussen, and Christian Reick)
CL1.11/AS4.12/CR1.14/OS1.21 Decadal to millennial scale climate variability of the late Quaternary (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Reconstructing Holocene palaeo-environmental conditions in the Baltic: A multiproxy comparison from the Little Belt (IODP Expedition 347, Site M0059)
(Ulrich Kotthoff, Elinor Andrén, Thomas Andrén, Jeanine Ash, Thorsten Bauersachs,
Anne-Sophie Fanget, Wojciech Granoszewski, Jeroen Groeneveld, Nadine Krupinski,
Odile Peyron, Caroline Slomp, Anna Stepanova, Jonathan Warnock, Niels van Helmond, Expedition 347 Science Party and the Expedition 347 Science Party Team)
CL4.04 Climate change and its impacts in the Baltic and North Sea regions: Observations and
model projections
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Processes relevant for decadal changes in primary production of the North Sea and
Baltic Sea: hindcast and scenario modelling
(Ute Daewel, Corinna Schrum, and Dhanya Pushpadas)
CL4.11 Land-climate interactions from models and observations: Implications from past to
future climate
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Environmental conditions for alternative tree cover states in high latitudes
(Beniamino Abis and Victor Brovkin)
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IE4.1/CL2.08 Arctic climate change: governing mechanisms, carbon cycle processes and global
implications (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Changes in forcing factors affecting coastal and shallow water erosion in the future
Arctic climate change projections.
(Mikhail Dobrynin, Sergey Razumov, Victor Brovkin, Tatiana Ilyina, and Mikhail
IE4.6/CL3.02/AS1.18/CR1.9/OS1.8 Polar Climate Predictability and Prediction (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Observational uncertainty of Arctic sea-ice concentration significantly affects seasonal climate forecasts
(Felix Bunzel, Dirk Notz, Johanna Baehr, Wolfgang Müller, and Kristina Fröhlich)
NP2.2 Nonlinear Dynamics of the Atmosphere, Ocean and the Coupled Climate System
17:30–19:00, Hall X4
Covariant Lyapunov Vectors in a Coupled Atmosphere-Ocean Model - Multiscale
Effects and Geometric Degeneracy
(Valerio Lucarini and Stephane Vannitsem)
OS2.1 Open Session on Coastal and Shelf Seas (including Fridtjof Nansen Medal Lecture)
17:30–19:00, Hall X4
Impact of spatial resolution of ocean models in depicting climate change patterns of
the North Sea.
(Nikesh Narayan, Birgit Klein, Moritz Mathis, Holger Klein, and Uwe Mikolajewicz)
Assessing trophic linkages in and around offshore wind farms using two high-speed
optical sensors
(Tim Dudeck, Marc Hufnagl, Dominik Auch, André Eckhardt, Klas-Ove Möller, Justus
van Beusekom, Bettina Walter, Christian Möllmann, and Jens Floeter)
SSS11.4/ESSI4.6/HS11.39/NH9.13 Information in earth sciences: visualization techniques and
communication of uncertainty (co-organized)
17:30–19:00, Hall X1
The UGRID Reader - A ParaView Plugin for the Visualization of Unstructured Climate
Model Data in NetCDF Format
(Felicia Brisc, Stefan Vater, and Joern Behrens)
Efficient visualization of unsteady and huge scalar and vector fields
(Michael Vetter and Stephan Olbrich)
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Friday, 22th of April
BG6.3 PICO Session
Carbon cycle and climate: Past, present and future
Historical anthropogenic radiative forcing of changes in biogenic secondary aerosol
(Juan Acosta Navarro, Stephen D'Andrea, Jeffrey Pierce, Annica Ekman, Hamish Struthers,
Eduardo Zorita, Alex Guenther, Almut Arneth, Sampo Smolander, Jed Kaplan, Salvatore Farina,
Catherine Scott, Alexandru Rap, Delphine Farmer, Domink Spracklen, and Ilona Riipinen)
CL1.07 Studying the climate of the last two millennia
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Reconstructions of Circulation in the Northeastern Pacific and Western North America since 1500 A.D.: Relation to Precipitation and Fire Conditions in California
(Eduardo Zorita, Eugene Wahl, and Valerie Trouet)
The climate in China over the past 2000 years in a global Earth System Model simulation
(Eduardo Zorita, Sebastian Wagner, Jürg Luterbacher, and Huan Zhang)
Influence of external climate forcing on coastal upwelling systems analysed in ensemble of past millennium climate simulations
(Nele Tim, Eduardo Zorita, Birgit Hünicke, Xin Yi, and Kay Emeis)
Variability of daily winter wind speed distribution over Northern Europe during the
past millennium in regional and global climate simulations
(Svenja Bierstedt, Birgit Hünicke, Eduardo Zorita, Sebastian Wagner, and Juán José
Revisiting East Asia temperature and its associated uncertainty over the last 2k from
reconstructions and climate simulations
(Elena García-Bustamante, J. Fidel González-Rouco, Laura Fernández-Donado, Juerg
Luterbacher, and Johann Jungclaus)
The relation between AMOC, gyre circulation, and meridional heat transports in the
North Atlantic in model simulations of the last millennium
(Johann Jungclaus, Eduardo Moreno-Chamarro, and Katja Lohmann)
CL2.10 Detecting and attributing climate change: trends, extreme events, and impacts
17:30–19:00, Hall X3
Attribution of storm surge events in the Baltic Sea
(Katharina Klehmet and Rockel Burkhardt)
CL5.07 Climate Data Homogenization and Climate Trend and Variability Assessment
10:30–12:00, Hall X3
The Moon as Possible Calibration Reference for Microwave Radiometers
(Martin Burgdorf, Stefan Buehler, Imke Hans, Theresa Lang, and Simon Michel)
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CR1.2/CL4.19 Ice-sheet and climate interactions (co-organized)
10:30–12:00, Hall X4
Multi-millennia simulation of Greenland deglaciation from the Max-Plank-Institute
Model (MPI-ISM) 2xCO2 simulation
(Vincent Cabot, Miren Vizcaino, and Uwe Mikolajewicz)
NH1.5/SSS10.8 Hazard Risk Management in Agriculture and Agroecosystems (co-organized)
13:30–15:00, Hall D
Modeling the Agroecological Land Suitability for Coffea arabica L. in Central America
(Leonel Lara, Livia Rasche, and Uwe Schneider)
SSP2.5 Cenozoic stratigraphy and paleoenvironments
15:30–17:00, Hall X1
Evolution of the Tethyan Seaway during the Oligocene and Miocene: Constraints
from foraminiferal faunas of the Qom Formation, Iran
(Fatemeh Dabaghi Sadr and Gerhard Schmiedl)
Deep-sea ecosystem response to the Middle Eocene Climate Optimum (MECO) in the
North Atlantic Ocean
(Dorothea Bunzel, Gerhard Schmiedl, and Oliver Friedrich)
Ecosystem reconstructions for the hinterland of the Atlantic Coastal Plain during the
late Mid-Miocene Climatic Optimum (IODP Expedition 313)
(Sabine Prader, Ulrich Kotthoff, Francine McCarthy, and David Greenwood)
SSS9.15 Soils in Space and Time: Soils in Mountain, Boreal and Polar Environments
17:30–19:00, Hall X1
Cryosols of the Northeast Siberian Lena River Delta and its hinterland – genesis and
(Sebastian Zubrzycki, Lars Kutzbach, and Eva-Maria Pfeiffer)
Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Storages of Soils Overlying Yedoma Deposits in the
Lena River Delta
(Sebastian Zubrzycki, Lars Kutzbach, Aleksei Desiatkin, and Eva-Maria Pfeiffer)
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