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– EGU2015-9402 Joe Mc Norton, Martyn Chipperfield, Chris Wilson, Emanuel Gloor, Garry Hayman, Steve Montzka, and Matt Rigby Role of OH variability in the stalling of the global atmospheric CH4 growth rate from 2000 to 2006 – EGU2015-803 Naveen Chandra, Sethuraman Venkataramani, and Shyam Lal Study of CO2, CO, CH4variabilities at an urban site of western India using cavity ring down spectroscopy (CRDS) technique.

– EGU2015-2935 Alex Asavin, Valentin Nivin, Artur Litvinov, Elena Chesalova, and Sergey Baskov Application network for monitoring of green house gas emission from lithosphere in Khibina territories – EGU2015-15173 Oksana Tarasova, Hiroshi Koide, Ed Dlugokencky, Stephen A.

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EGU2015-6758 Junsu Kim and Thomas Reichler On the Uncertainty of the Annular Mode Time Scale EGU2015-6723 Ryan Peter Oates and Thomas Reichler Simple criteria to define stratospheric sudden warmings EGU2015-7821 Amy Butler, Alberto Arribas, Maria Athanassadou, Natalia Calvo, Andrew Charlton-Perez, Daniela Domeisen, Maddalen Iza, Alexey Karpechko, Craig Mac Lachlan, Alan O'Neill, Adam Scaife, and Michael Sigmond Do stratosphere-resolving models make better seasonal climate predictions in boreal winter?

EGU2015-8515 Fraser Dennison, Adrian Mc Donald, and Olaf Morgenstern The effect of ozone depletion on the Southern Annular Mode and stratosphere-troposphere coupling EGU2015-6209 Sung-Ho Woo, Mi-Kyung Sung, Seok-Woo Son, and Jong-Seong Kug Connection between weak stratospheric vortex events and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation EGU2015-4830 Dieter H. Peters, Roland Eixmann, and Andrea Schneidereit Mid-latitudinal transport of heat and minor constituents over Europe during extreme temperature events of the stratopause region EGU2015-6954 Hélène Vérèmes, Jean-Pierre Cammas, Jean-Luc Baray, Philippe Keckhut, Davide Dionisi, Christelle Barthe, Franck Gabarrot, Pierre Tulet, and Françoise Posny A stratospheric intrusion over Reunion Island : high-resolution tools to improve the characterisation of the different layers EGU2015-14765 Toshiki Iwasaki and Yuki Kanno Isentropic expression of Eliassen-Palm flux CL3.6/AS1.25 – Extreme Events and Impacts (co-organized) – Orals Convener: Stéphane Goyette | Co-Conveners: Erich Fischer Room: Y6 Chairperson: Erich Fischer – EGU2015-10459 Chris Huntingford, Dann Mitchell, and Scott Osprey Changing risks of resonance in extreme weather events for higher atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations – EGU2015-10338 Neil Massey, Benoit Guillod, Friederike Otto, Myles Allen, Richard Jones, and Jim Hall Generating extreme weather event sets from very large ensembles of regional climate models – EGU2015-1692 Christine Träger-Chatterjee, Richard W.

Müller, and Jörg Bendix Atmospheric Precursor of extremely hot European Summers Programme Group Programme AS 8 EGU General Assembly 2015 – EGU2015-12532 Pardeep Pall, Christina Patricola, Michael Wehner, Dáithí Stone, Christopher Paciorek, and William Collins Diagnosing Possible Anthropogenic Contributions to Heavy Colorado Rainfall in September 2013 – EGU2015-9412 Bo Christiansen The role of the selection problem and non-Gaussianity in attribution of single events to climate change – EGU2015-5681 Andrew Ciavarella, Peter Stott, and Jason Lowe Early Benefits of Mitigation in Risk of Regional Climate Extremes Coffee Break Chairperson: Stéphane Goyette – EGU2015-11495 Erich Fischer and Reto Knutti Anthropogenic contribution to the global occurrence of heavy precipitation and hot extremes – EGU2015-10771 Eva Müller, Angela Pfister, Büger Gerd, Heistermann Maik, and Axel Bronstert Climate-change driven increase in high intensity rainfall events: Analysis of development in the last decades and towards an extrapolation of future progression – EGU2015-3758 Jascha Lehmann, Dim Coumou, and Katja Frieler Increased record-breaking precipitation events under global warming – EGU2015-5751 Wim Thiery, Edouard Davin, Sonia Seneviratne, Kristopher Bedka, and Nicole van Lipzig Amplification of extreme precipitation response to climate change over Lake Victoria – EGU2015-6771 Margarida L. Liberato, Irene Montero, Ana Russo, Célia Gouveia, Alexandre M. Trigo Widespread extreme drought events in Iberia and their relationship with North Atlantic moisture flux deficit – EGU2015-4681 Martina Messmer, Juan José Gómez-Navarro, and Christoph C.

Raible Vb-type cyclones and their role in extreme precipitation events in Central Europe CL3.6/AS1.25 – Extreme Events and Impacts (co-organized) – Posters Convener: Stéphane Goyette | Co-Conveners: Erich Fischer Yellow Posters | Display Time – Author in Attendance: – Chairperson: Goyette/Fischer Y85 Y86 Y87 Y88 Y89 Y90 EGU2015-393 Martin Hanel, Vojt?

17O in CO2 with a global atmosphere-biosphere model – EGU2015-4223 Diego Riveros-Iregui, Liyin Liang, and David Risk Landscape variability of the stable carbon isotope composition of soil CO2 concentrations and flux in complex terrain – EGU2015-9747 Mauro Rubino, Etheridge David, Cathy Trudinger, Colin Allison, Peter Rayner, Robert Mulvaney, Paul Steele, Ray Langenfeld, William Sturges, Mark Curran, and Andrew Smith Atmospheric CO2 and d13C-CO2 reconstruction of the Little Ice Age from Antarctic ice cores. Marandino, Susann Tegtmeier, Kirstin Krüger, Franziska Ziska, and Birgit Quack Online calculation of global marine halocarbon emissions in the chemistry climate model EMAC – EGU2015-12363 Carlos A. – EGU2015-11306 Julian Wittmer, Sergej Bleicher, Johannes Ofner, and Cornelius Zetzsch Iron-Catalyzed Activation of Chloride from Saline Media – EGU2015-10435 Gavin J. Tang, Nicolas Sobanski, Johannes Fachinger, Frank Drewnick, Jos Lelieveld, and John N. EGU2015-7150 Jan-Marcus Nasse, Johannes Zielcke, Johannes Lampel, Joelle Buxmann, Udo Frieß, and Ulrich Platt Vertical distribution of tropospheric Br O in the marginal sea ice zone of the Northern Weddell Sea EGU2015-7616 Xiaoyi Zhao, Kimberly Strong, Stephanie Conway, David Tarasick, Mohammed Osman, Andreas Richter, Anne Blechschmidt, and Gloria Manney Composition and meteorological changes associated with a strong stratospheric intrusion event in the Canadian High Arctic EGU2015-8798 Johannes Zielcke, Denis Poehler, Udo Friess, Tim Hay, Philipp Eger, Karin Kreher, and Ulrich Platt Reactive chlorine chemistry in the boundary layer of coastal Antarctica EGU2015-10163 Stefan Zimmermann, Matthias Kippenberger, and John Crowley Reversible adsorption of hydrogen chloride to ice surfaces EGU2015-2081 Sven Götz, Manuel Dall'Osto, Rafel Simó, and Thosten Hoffmann First application of an online method for quantification of maritime molecular iodine and hypoiodic acid in maritime aerosol during PEGASO cruise EGU2015-3442 Thomas Adams, Stephen Ball, Catherine Leblanc, and Philippe Potin Iodine Emissions from Seaweeds: Species-dependent and Seasonal Differences EGU2015-6167 Peter Bräuer, Roberto Sommariva, and Roland von Glasow MISTRA mechanism development: A new mechanism focused on marine environments EGU2015-7521 Katja Großmann, Ryan Hossaini, Hannah Mantle, Martyn Chipperfield, Folkard Wittrock, Enno Peters, Johannes Lampel, Hannah Walker, Dwayne Heard, Gisèle Krystofiak, Valéry Catoire, Marcel Dorf, Bodo Werner, and Klaus Pfeilsticker Aircraft-borne DOAS limb observations of iodine monoxide around Borneo Programme Group Programme AS 14 EGU General Assembly 2015 B81 B82 B83 B84 B85 B86 EGU2015-9356 Florian Obersteiner, Harald Boenisch, Jesica Hoker, and Andreas Engel GC/TOF-MS as a new method for halocarbon observation in the atmosphere EGU2015-3982 Rebecca Hornbrook, Doug Kinnison, Eric Apel, Alan Hills, Simone Tilmes, Jean-Francois Lamarque, Daniel Riemer, and Alfonso Saiz-Lopez CAM-Chem model evaluation of the emissions and distributions of VSLS using TOGA observations over the eastern and western tropical Pacific Ocean EGU2015-5431 Carla Frege, Federico Bianchi, Heikki Junninen, Jasmin Tröstl, Ugo Molteni, Erik Herrmann, Mikko Sipilä, Josef Dommen, Markku Kulmala, and Urs Baltensperger Characterization of Atmospheric Ions at the High Altitude Station Jungfraujoch (Switzerland) EGU2015-8463 Tobias Sattler, Julian Wittmer, Torsten Krause, Heinz Friedrich Schöler, Katharina Kamilli, Andreas Held, Cornelius Zetzsch, Johannes Ofner, and Elliot Atlas Formation of halogenated acetones in the lower troposphere EGU2015-6735 Christian N. – EGU2015-3986 Thomas Mentel, Mikael Ehn, Joel Thornton, Einhard Kleist, Iida Pullinen, Monika Springer, Andreas Wahner, and Jürgen Wildt Formation of highly oxidized multifunctional compounds: Autoxidation of peroxy radicals formed in the oxidation of alkenes – EGU2015-10506 Mourad Harir, Mahmoud M. EGU2015-14681 Ismael Ortega, Bertrand Chazallon, Yvain Carpentier, Cornelia Irimiea, Cristian Focsa, François-Xavier Ouf, François Salm, David Delhaye, Daniel Gaffié, and Jérôme Yon Structure and Composition of Air-Plane Soots and Surrogates Analyzed by Raman Spectroscopy and Laser/Ions Desorption Mass Spectrometry EGU2015-14663 Orsolya Farkas, György Szabados, Ákos Antal, and Ákos Török Adverse effect of diesel engine produced particulate matter on various stone types and concrete: a laboratory exposure experiment EGU2015-1862 Mingjin Tang, Manabu Shiraiwa, Tony Cox, Ulrich Pöschl, and Markus Kalberer Gas phase diffusion coefficients of reactive trace gases in the atmosphere EGU2015-10001 Dong Yeong Chang, Benedikt Steil, Andrea Pozzer, Holger Tost, Jongmin Yoon, and Jos Lelieveld Hygroscopicity effect of mineral dust particles on cloud formation and climate studied with the chemistry-climate model EMAC EGU2015-11832 Kuo-En Chang, Tang-Huang Lin, and Wei-Hung Lien Study of Optical Properties on Fractal Aggregation Using the GMM Method by Different Cluster Parameters Programme Group Programme AS 17 EGU General Assembly 2015 B114 B115 B116 EGU2015-15919 Delphine Vardanega, Stéphane Briquez, Denis Duflot, Maurice Monnerville, and Céline Toubin Sticking of HO2 on fatty acids aggregates EGU2015-15918 Josip Lovri?

– EGU2015-7618 David Nelson, Barry Mc Manus, Scott Herndon, and Mark Zahniser Recent progress in development of a laser based, ultra-high precision isotope monitor for carbon dioxide Chairperson: n.n. Crowley Cl NO2 and nitrate (NO3-) formation via N2O5 uptake to particles: Derivation of N2O5 uptake coefficients from ambient datasets – EGU2015-7981 Barbara Dix, Rainer Volkamer, Sunil Baidar, Theodore Koenig, Sean Coburn, Ivan Ortega, Greg Huey, Eric Apel, Lucy Carpenter, Mathew Evans, Tomas Sherwin, Doug Kinnison, Jean-Francois Lamarque, Alfonso Saiz-Lopez, Brad Pierce, Daniel Jacob, Johan Schmidt, Elliot Atlas, Laura Pan, Ross Salawitch and the TORERO and CONTRAST Team Bromine and iodine observation over the tropical Eastern and Western Pacific: impacts on atmospheric ozone and mercury Programme Group Programme AS 13 EGU General Assembly 2015 – EGU2015-10370 Angela K. Yassine, Ewa Dabek-Zlotorzynska, Norbert Hertkorn, and Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin High-field FT-ICR-MS and aromaticity equivalent approach for structural identification of water soluble organic compounds (WSOC) – EGU2015-14404 Christopher Kampf, Alexander Filippi, and Thorsten Hoffmann Secondary brown carbon – Formation of light-absorbing compounds in atmospheric particulates from selected dicarbonyls and amines – EGU2015-15196 Yongchun Liu, John Liggio, Ralf Staebler, and Shao-Meng Li Reactive Uptake of Ammonia to Secondary Organic Aerosols: Kinetics of Organonitrogen Formation – EGU2015-1346 Fobang Liu, Christopher Kampf, Kathrin Reinmuth-Selzle, Thomas Berkemeier, Manabu Shiraiwa, and Ulrich Pöschl Protein cross-linking and oligomerization through dityrosine formation upon exposure to ozone Chairperson: n.n. Kozlov, and Victoria Arshinova Formation and growth rates of atmospheric nanoparticles: four years of observations at two West Siberian stations EGU2015-4822 Fei Li, Haobo Tan, Xuejiao Deng, Yu Zou, Li Liu, and Mingpu Cai Characterizations of particle size distribution in Pearl River Delta during springtime EGU2015-4939 Haobo Tan, Rongxin Jiang, and Lili Tang Comparison of aerosol hygroscopicity and mixing state between winter and summer seasons in Pearl River Delta region, China EGU2015-3165 Sho Ohata, Nobuhiro Moteki, Tatsuhiro Mori, Makoto Koike, Joshua Schwarz, Akinori Takami, and Yutaka Kondo Measurement of the Hygroscopicity and Wet Removal of Black-Carbon-Containing Particles in the Urban Atmosphere of Tokyo EGU2015-6533 Ashraf Farahat, Hesham El-Askary, Abdulaziz Al-Shaibani, and Mustafa M. , Stéphane Brizquez, Denis Duflot, Maurice Monnerville, Brigitte Pouilly, and Céline Toubin Molecular dynamics simulations of Palmitic acid adsorbed on Na Cl EGU2015-6569 Robert Mc Graw, Paul Winkler, and Paul Wagner Temperature dependence of heterogeneous nucleation: Extension of the Fletcher model AS3.7 – Megacities: Air Quality and Climate Impacts from Local to Global Scales – Orals Convener: Alexander Baklanov | Co-Conveners: Luisa Molina, Michael Gauss Room: B16 Chairperson: Alexander Baklanov – EGU2015-5885 Carole Helfter, Anja Tremper, Giulia Zazzeri, Janet F.EGU General Assembly 2015 EGU General Assembly 2015 Programme Group Programme AS – Atmospheric Sciences Monday, 13 April........................................................................................................................................................................3 AS1.7........................................................................................................................................................................................ 3 AS1.16...................................................................................................................................................................................... 5 AS1.20...................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 CL3.6/AS1.25............................................................................................................................................................................. 9 BG1.4/AS2.4............................................................................................................................................................................. 11 AS3.2...................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 AS3.3...................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 AS3.7...................................................................................................................................................................................... 19 AS3.9...................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 AS3.15.................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 AS3.17/GI2.2............................................................................................................................................................................ 27 AS4.9...................................................................................................................................................................................... 30 NP4.1...................................................................................................................................................................................... 33 BG1.7...................................................................................................................................................................................... 35 GMPV5.8/AS4.18/CL3.9............................................................................................................................................................ 37 AS4.19/GI2.4............................................................................................................................................................................ 40 Tuesday, 14 April..................................................................................................................................................................... 42 ML1......................................................................................................................................................................................... 42 AS1.8...................................................................................................................................................................................... 42 AS1.10.................................................................................................................................................................................... 44 AS1.17/CL2.13......................................................................................................................................................................... 49 AS1.19.................................................................................................................................................................................... 53 HS4.1/AS1.22/GM7.12/NH1.10................................................................................................................................................... 56 AS2.2...................................................................................................................................................................................... 58 AS2.3...................................................................................................................................................................................... 60 NP6.2...................................................................................................................................................................................... 61 AS3.1...................................................................................................................................................................................... 62 AS3.4...................................................................................................................................................................................... 65 AS3.10.................................................................................................................................................................................... 66 OS5.1/AS4.3............................................................................................................................................................................ 68 G5.2/AS4.6/CL2.11................................................................................................................................................................... 70 NP5.1/AS4.14........................................................................................................................................................................... 72 Wednesday, 15 April................................................................................................................................................................ 76 ML2......................................................................................................................................................................................... 76 AS1.2...................................................................................................................................................................................... 76 HS4.3/AS1.3/NH1.3.................................................................................................................................................................. 79 AS1.18.................................................................................................................................................................................... 82 AS3.5...................................................................................................................................................................................... 84 AS3.13/GI2.3............................................................................................................................................................................ 88 NH2.1/AS3.19.......................................................................................................................................................................... 89 AS4.8/BG1.11/CL5.11/HS7.10.................................................................................................................................................... 91 AS4.13/HS12.12/NH1.12/OS4.8................................................................................................................................................. 93 AS4.16/CL3.8........................................................................................................................................................................... 95 HS7.4/AS4.23/CL2.8................................................................................................................................................................. 96 Thursday, 16 April.................................................................................................................................................................... 99 DM1........................................................................................................................................................................................ 99 AS1.1...................................................................................................................................................................................... 99 CL3.4/AS1.4/CR6.5/OS1.9........................................................................................................................................................ 100 CL2.5/AS1.5........................................................................................................................................................................... 102 NP3.2.................................................................................................................................................................................... 103 HS7.1/AS1.11/NH1.7/NP9.4..................................................................................................................................................... 103 AS2.1.................................................................................................................................................................................... 105 OS1.5.................................................................................................................................................................................... 108 AS3.8.................................................................................................................................................................................... 109 CL2.4/AS3.11......................................................................................................................................................................... 112 AS3.12.................................................................................................................................................................................. 114 AS3.16.................................................................................................................................................................................. 116 PS2.5.................................................................................................................................................................................... 119 AS4.1/GI2.5........................................................................................................................................................................... 121 GI2.1/AS4.2 ........................................................................................................................................................................... 123 124 126 127 128 Friday, 17 April.......................................................................................................................................................................k Žalud, and Miroslav Trnka Relationship between drought severity and observed regional yields in the Czech Republic EGU2015-11225 Erich Fischer, Jan Sedlacek, Ed Hawkins, and Reto Knutti Models agree on forced response pattern of precipitation and temperature extremes EGU2015-601 Inna Khomenko Changes in maximum air temperatures over the Ukraine territory under modern climate changes EGU2015-2962 Karim Bergaoui, Dann Mitchell, Rashyd Zaaboul, Friederike Otto, Rachael Mc Donnell, Simon Dadson, and Myles Allen Attributing regional effects of the 2014 Jordanian extreme drought to external climate drivers EGU2015-4517 Zengxin Zhang, Chong-Yu Xu, and Xi Chen Extreme droughts over northern Africa, India and northern China: Role of Indian Ocean sea surface temperature and atmospheric moisture flux EGU2015-5517 Meryem Tanarhte, Panos Hadjinicolaou, and Jos Lelieveld Heat wave Characteristics in the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East using Extreme Value Theory EGU2015-7931 Marat Khairoutdinov and Xin Zhou Changes in sub-daily precipitation extremes in a global climate model with super-parameterization under CO2 warming EGU2015-9560 Robertas Alzbutas and Ilona Šeputyt?Probabilistic models for assessment of extreme temperatures and relative humidity in Lithuania EGU2015-9711 Mathias Hauser, Rene Orth, and Sonia Seneviratne Role of soil moisture vs. Montzka Continuous atmospheric measurements of COS, CO2, CO and H2O at the Lutjewad tower in the Netherlands EGU2015-4115 Le Kuai, John Worden, Elliott Campbell, Susan Kulawik, Meemong Lee, Stephen Montzka, Joe Berry, Ian Baker, Scott Denning, Randy Kawa, Huisheng Bian, and Yuk Yung Quantification of A Tropical Missing Source From Ocean For The Carbonyl Sulfide Global Budget EGU2015-10930 Teresa E. a Imprint of CO2 emission in atmosphere and biosphere on the basis of 14C and 13C measurements EGU2015-15156 Carola Blessing, Matti Barthel, Lydia Gentsch, and Nina Buchmann Fast recovery of carbon fluxes in beech saplings after drought EGU2015-14833 Kerstin Treydte, Tomasz Wyczesany, Derek Eamus, and Sebastian Pfautsch Using Deuterium to trace movement and storage of water in Eucalypt trees EGU2015-15137 Bhone Nay-Htoon, Maren Dubbert, Xue Wei, Matthias Cuntz, Jonghan Ko, John Tenhunen, and Christiane Werner Tracing the allocation of water in rainfed rice ecosystem by partitioning evapotranspiration of rainfed rice (Oryza Sativa L.) EGU2015-15316 Arndt Piayda, Maren Dubbert, Christiane Werner, and Matthias Cuntz Stable oxygen isotope analysis reveal vegetation influence on soil water movement and ecosystem water fluxes in a semi-arid oak woodland Programme Group Programme AS 12 EGU General Assembly 2015 G33 G34 G35 G36 G37 EGU2015-3194 Xue-Fa Wen Temporal variations of atmospheric water vapor ? 18O above an arid artificial oasis cropland in the Heihe River Basin EGU2015-8386 Stephen Parkes, Nicholas Deutscher, David Griffith, and Matthew Mc Cabe Water vapor stable isotope observations from tropical Australia EGU2015-9163 Stephen Parkes, Matthew Mc Cabe, Alan Griffiths, and Lixin Wang Tracking atmospheric boundary layer dynamics with water vapor D-excess observations EGU2015-12792 Maximilien Bolot, Elisabeth Moyer, Bernard Legras, Kaley Walker, Chris Boone, and Peter Bernath The isotopic composition of water vapor as a tracer of water balance in the TTL EGU2015-5114 Martin Ley, Moritz Lehmann, Pascal Niklaus, Beat Frey, Thomas Kuhn, and Jörg Luster Microhabitat Effects on N2O Emissions from Floodplain Soils under Controlled Conditions AS3.2 – Halogens in the Troposphere – Orals Convener: Roland von Glasow | Co-Conveners: Rolf Sander, Alfonso Saiz-Lopez Room: B12 Chairperson: n.n.Mozammel Haque, Kimitaka Kawamura, and Yongwon Kim Molecular composition of sugars in atmospheric particulate matter from interior Alaska – EGU2015-9459 Corinna Kloss, Kaley A.

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