Posters

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Theme:

Ocean and Sea Ice Modelling and Services

 
Subseasonal to Seasonal Arctic Sea Ice Predictions in a UFS-based System
Yanyun Liu, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/Climate Prediction Center and Earth Resources Technology, Inc.
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The Emerging Arctic Shipping Corridors
Chao Min, Sun Yat-sen University
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Arctic Sea Ice Volume Export Through the Fram Strait and Davis Strait
Chao Min, Sun Yat-sen University
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Improved Performance of a Sea Ice Forecast Model
Till Andreas Soya Rasmussen, DMI
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Using In-situ Observations to Improve the Land-fast Ice Thermodynamics in RIOPS
Mathieu Plante, Environment and Climate Change Canada
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Verification of Sea-ice Prediction of Operational Dynamical Models Using Distance Metrics
Barbara Casati, Meteorological Research Division, ECCC
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The Sensitivities of Parameterization Schemes in Thermodynamically Modeling the Landfast Sea-Ice in Prydz Bay, East Antarctica
Changwei Liu, Sun Yat-sen University
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Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics Implementation of the Standard Viscous-Plastic Sea-Ice Model and Validation in Simple Idealized Experiments
Oreste Marquis, McGill University
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The Effect of Including Damage on the Scaling Properties of the Standard Viscous Plastic Sea-ice Model
Antoine Savard, McGill University
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Ekman Transport Dynamics in The Beaufort Gyre
Elizabeth Webb, McGill University
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A likely mechanism for a "first-time" ice-free Arctic
Alice Le Guern-Lepage, McGill University
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Seasonal Predictability of the Minimum Sea Ice Extent in the Arctic Ocean in GCMs
Sandrine Trotechaud, McGill University
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Sea Ice Forecasts in the AWI Seamless Sea Ice Prediction System v2.0
Longjiang Mu, Pilot National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology
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Theme:

Polar Observation Campaigns and MOSAIC

 
Arctic Summertime Cyclones Project and Field Campaign
John Methven, University of Reading
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Observations and Simulations of Aerosol and Fog Microphysical Parameters at Tuktoyaktuk, Canada During Summer 2018
Rachel Chang, Dalhousie University
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Cloud Supercooled Liquid Water Content In-situ Measurements Near the Antarctic Coast
Irina Gorodetskaya, CESAM/University of Aveiro
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Record-breaking Rain Falls at Greenland Summit Controlled by Warm Moist Air Intrusion
Min Xu, Sun Yat-sen University
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Local strength of second-year sea ice on MOSAiC Expedition
Nikolai Kolabutin, Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Russian Federation

Theme:

Representation of Polar Processes in Numerical Models

 
Improved simulation of the polar atmospheric boundary layer by accounting for aerodynamic roughness in the parameterisation of surface scalar exchange over sea ice
Andrew Elvidge, University of East Anglia
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An Evaluation of Surface Meteorology Over the Iceland and Greenland Seas in ERA5 Reanalysis: The Impact of Sea Ice Distribution
Ian Renfrew, University of East Anglia
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Arctic Spring and Summertime Aerosol Optical Depth Baseline from Long-term Observations and Model Reanalyses with Implications for Biomass Burning Processes
Peng Xian, US Naval Research Laboratory
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Advances in Polar Prediction at ECMWF During YOPP
Jonathan Day, ECMWF
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All-sky Radiance Assimilation in Harmonie-Arome
Roger Randriamampianina, MET Norway
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Performance of the Canadian Arctic Prediction System During the YOPP Special Observing Periods
Barbara Casati, Meteorological Research Division, ECCC
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Verification of Solid Precipitation Forecasts from Numerical Weather Prediction Models
Morten Køltzow, MET Norway
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Theme:

Polar-midlatitude Linkages and Teleconnections

 
Response of Winter Eurasian Temperature to Barents–Kara Sea Ice Conditions: Evaluation by Multi-model Seasonal Predictions
Kensuke Komatsu, Atmospheric and Ocean Research Institute, University of Tokyo
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Contribution of Potential Vorticity Merging for the Persistence of Arctic Cyclones in Summer
Akio Yamagami, Meteorological Research Institute, Japan Meteorological Agency
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Precipitation Associated with Atmospheric Rivers and Weather Systems in the Arctic
Melanie Lauer, University of Cologne
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Theme:

Science to Services

 
Perceptions of Impact-based Warning Information for Ice-throw Risk in Wind Farms: A Norwegian Survey
Jelmer Jeuring, Norwegian Meteorological Institute
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Blue-Action: Arctic impact on Weather and Climate
Steffen Malskær Olsen, Danish Meteorological Institute
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Theme:

Building International Cooperation

 
Enhancing the Capacity of the IPCC Through Early Career Reseacher Networks: a Case Study of International Collaboration
Marta Moreno Ibáñez, University of Québec in Montréal (UQAM)
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This poster list was last updated: August 28, 2022.

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