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Session C5: Observing, Understanding and Projecting Polar Climate System Variability and Change
(conveners: P. Schlosser, C. Mauritzen)

- Contributions to this session are poster presentations
- Date: Monday 24 October
- Time: post 18h00
- Location: Plaza Ballroom

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John Allen, Jane F Read, Toby Sherwin, Colin Griffiths   Recent reduction in temperature and compensation of density in the upper Rockall Trough, Northeast Atlantic  
Heather Andres, W. R Peltier   Surface Mass Balance Variations of the Greenland Ice Sheet on Decadal to Centennial Time Scales  
Uma Bhatt, Peter Bieniek, Richard Thoman, Heather Angeloff, James Partain, John Papineau, Frederick Fritsch, Eric Holloway, John E Walsh, Christopher Daley, Martha Shulski, Gary Hufford, David Hill, Stavros Calos, Rudiger Gens   Updated climate divisions for Alaska  
Edward Blanchard-Wrigglesworth  

Polar Climate Predictability Seasonal to Multi-decadal: assessing the roles of Initial Conditions and Boundary Forcing on Arctic predictability

Thomas Bracegirdle, Gareth J Marshall   An Antarctic assessment of surface and mid-tropospheric pressure and temperature in the latest generation of global atmospheric re-analysis datasets  
Alexander Kislov, Nataly Volobueva   Transformation of the Russian Arctic coast due to changes of wind waves activity as climate change responce  
Jae N Lee, Dong L Wu   Arctic boundary-layer cloud observations from Terra MISR and CALIOP  
Mira Losic, Alan Robock   Use of a regional climate model to infer impacts of volcanic eruptions on Baffin Island climate  
L. Matrosova, O. Persson, T. Uttal, A. Grachev and R. Albee   Annual cycles of radiative energy balances in Eureka, Canada  
Martha McConnell, Jackie Grebmeier, John Priscu, Laurie Geller, Lauren Brown   Frontiers in understanding climate change and polar ecosystems: Summary of a workshop  
Hideaki Motoyama, Kazue Suzuki, Takashi Yamanouchi, Kenji Kawamura   Spatial and temporal snow accumulation at East Antarctic ice sheet in 1993-2010  
Tetsuo Ohata, Takashi Yamanouchi, Hiroyuki Enomoto, Tetsuzou Yasunari   New move on the Arctic Environment Research in Japan  
Yvan Orsolini, Retish Senan, Rasmus Benestad, Arne Melsom   Polar Climate Predictability Seasonal to Multi-decadal: Impact of the 2007 Arctic sea ice reduction in coupled ocean-atmosphere autumn hindcasts  
Andrey Proshutinsky   Polar Climate Predictability Seasonal to Multi-decadal: Arctic Ocean processes and their predictability  
Annette Rinke, Heidrun Matthes, Jens H Christensen, Peter Kuhry, Vladimir E Romanovsky, Klaus Dethloff   Simulated future changes in Arctic air temperature of relevance for frozen ground conditions  
Stephen Rintoul, Eberhard Fahrbach, Karen Heywood, Alex H Orsi   Achievements and legacy of the International Polar Year in the Southern Ocean  
David Schneider, Clara Deser, Yuko Okumura   Polar Climate Predictability Seasonal to Multidecadal: The combined influences of tropical SST trends and stratospheric ozone depletion in shaping Antarctic climate change  
Dian Seidel, Yehui Zhang, Clara Deser, Chris Golaz, Bob Tomas   Climatology, Variability and Change in Polar Planetary Boundary Layers  
Michael Sigmond, John Fyfe   Polar Climate Predictability Seasonal to Multi-decadal: Has the ozone hole contributed to increased Antarctic sea ice extent?  
Michael Sparrow, Volker Rachold   International Coordination in the Polar Regions: SCAR and IASC  
Hans Christian Steen-Larsen, Sigfus J Johnsen, Valerie Masson-Delmotte, Barbara Stenni   Observing the isotopic water vapor above the snow surface in NW-Greenland at NEEM  
Hans Christian Steen-Larsen, Valerie Masson-Delmotte, Jesper Sjolte, Sigfus J Johnsen, Bo M Moellesoe   Stable water isotopes on time scales from hours to decades at the new deep drilling site in NW Greenland - NEEM  
Vladimir Stepanov, Hao Zuo, Keith Haines   The link between the Barents Sea and ENSO events reproduced by NEMO model  
Kazue Suzuki, Takashi Yamanouchi, Hideaki Motoyama, Kenji Kawamura   Spatial distribution of air origin to the Antarctic and its relationship with SAM in 1990-2009  
Takahiro Toyoda, Yosuke Fujii, Takanori Iwao, Tamaki Yasuda, Masafumi Kamachi   Improved analysis fields in the Arctic Ocean with the Meteorological Research Institute data assimilation system (MOVE)  
Junhong (June) Wang, Terry Hock, Steve Cohn, Dean Lauritsen, Charlie Martin, Nick Potts, Tony Reale, Bomin Sun, Frank Tilley   Unprecedented upper-air observations over Antarctic and surrounding ocean from Concordiasi driftsonde data  
Muyin Wang, James E Overland   Seasonal to Multi-decadal Predictability of Polar Climate: the changing sea ice condition and its connection with the atmospheric circulations  
Violette Zunz, Hugues Goosse, Johann Jungclaus, Svetlana Dubinkina, Yoann Sallaz-Damaz   Polar Climate Predictability Seasonal to Multi-decadal: Impact of the Initialization Method on the Skill of Decadal Climate Predictions in the Southern Ocean  
Hao Zuo, Keith Haines   Arctic heat and freshwater transports variability: a model based study with data assimilation