WEDNESDAY 15 OCTOBER

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Wednesday 15 October


Posters Session 3

Cryosphere in a Warming World

 

Session Description:

The cryosphere, comprised of snow, sea-ice, glaciers, ice sheets and frozen ground, is a key component of the global climate system. Cryospheric feedbacks involving snow and ice contribute to the enhanced high-latitude warming that has been observed and is projected to continue in the future. This session addresses the use of observations in understanding the processes involved in the cryosphere’s response to climate change. A focus will be on novel approaches to analyzing remotely-sensed information about the cryosphere, the quantification of uncertainty in such analyses, and the provision of data that will support better planning and decision making.

Poster Presenter Title
Devasthale, Abhay (Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI) A decade long mapping of the Arctic atmosphere: novel insights from the NASA’s Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) instrument
Dietz, Andreas (DLR/DFD) Global SnowPack: Processing and analysis of snow cover time series for climate change assessment on a global scale
Fiddes, Joel (University of Zurich) High resolution simulation of snow water equivalent in remote mountain areas at regional scales: combining numerical models, climate datasets and satellite observations
Forsberg, Rene (Technical University of Denmark) Greenland Ice Sheet changes from space – essential climate parameters
Gautam, Ritesh (GESTAR/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) An Observational Portrayal of Climate Warming and Snowpack Darkening in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya: Role of Absorbing Aerosols
Kern, Stefan (Integrated Climate Data Center (ICDC), Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN), University of Hamburg) Sea ice as an essential climate variable: The Climate Change Initiative (CCI) sea ice project of the European Space Agency (ESA)
Key, Jeffrey (NOAA) Global Cryosphere Watch of the World Meteorological Organization
Key, Jeffrey (NOAA) Using Multiple Satellites to Understand the Interactions Between Arctic Sea Ice, Clouds, and the Atmosphere
Kilpys, Justinas (Lithuanian Hydrometeorological Service) Snow cover climatology over the Baltic States based on satellite data
Kim, Youngmi (NIMR) Recently Change of Arctic Sea Ice Change using Satellite data
Kokhanovsky, Alexander (EUMETSAT) The decrease in solar light reflected by contaminated snow in a warming climate
Manninen, Terhikki (Finnish Meteorological Institute) Standing waves of Arctic sea albedo
Nagler, Thomas (ENVEO) Phase 2 of Glaciers_cci: Strategies for satellite-based glacier monitoring
Sancho, Lívia (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro LAMCE/COPPE/UFRJ) A preliminary study of relationship between sea ice variation at poles with ITCZ position and intensity in an AR4/IPCC emission scenario
Senan, Retish (University of Oslo) Influence of Springtime Snow over the Himalayan-Tibetan Plateau on the Onset of the Indian Summer Monsoon
Solberg, Rune (Norwegian Computing Center) A new multi-sensor multi-temporal global snow cover product based on satellite data
Toyota, Takenobu (Hokkaido University) On the validity of Hibler’s sea ice rheology for the seasonal sea ice
Van Tricht, Kristof (KU Leuven) Cloud radiative impact assessment over Greenland by active satellite remote sensing

 
Organised by:
WCRP EUMETSAT
With the support of:
European Commission ESA
In cooperation with:
City Darmstadt
Other Sponsors: