Abstract List

# Session Title Name / Institution
1 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Process oriented analyses to better infer precipitation changes in West Africa Pascale Braconnot / LSCE/IPSL,unite mixte CEA-CNRS-UVSQ, Université Paris Saclay, orme des merisers, bât. 712, 91191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex
2 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Comparing simulations of last millennium AMOC with reconstructions Chris Brierley / University College London
3 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) The PMIP Paleovariability Working Group and NCAR's Climate Variability Diagnostics Package Chris Brierley / University College London
4 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) East Asian summer monsoon dynamics in the past and future warmer climates: mid-Pliocene and RCP4.5 scenario comparison perspective Yong Sun / Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
5 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) A comparison of the Arctic warming mechanism between the mid-Holocene and the future Masakazu Yoshimori / Faculty of Environmental Earth Science, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
6 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) large-scale Climate And VegetatIon Changes OveR the last Deglaciation (CLAVICHORD) Kenji Izumi / LSCE/IPSL
7 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Reconstructing the East African rainfall and Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures over the last centuries using data assimilation François Klein / Université catholique de Louvain
8 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Orbital modulation of ENSO seasonal phase locking Zhengyao Lu / Lund University, Sweden
9 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) The calendar effect in PMIP4 time-slice and transient simulations: overall impact and strategies for data analysis Patrick J. Bartlein / University of Oregon
10 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) PaCMEDy - Palaeoclimate Constraints on Monsoon Evolution and Dynamics R. D'Agostino / Max Planck Institute for Meteorology
11 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) The role of vegetation change upon polar amplification in warm climate by feedback analysis Ryouta O'ishi / Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, the University of Tokyo
12 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Proxy system modeling and data assimilation in paleoclimatology Hugues Goosse / Universite catholique de Louvain
13 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) WCRP Assessment on Climate Sensitivity - the paleo angle. Julia Hargreaves / Blue Skies Research
14 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) The PMIP Past to Future (P2F) Working Group Julia Hargreaves / Blue Skies Research
15 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Assessing reconstructions of temperature changes over the past millennium in Antarctica using pseudo-proxy experiments and data assimilation François Klein / Université catholique de Louvain, Earth and Life Institute, Centre de recherches sur la terre et le climat Georges Lemaître, B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
16 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Experiments for ensemble-based joint state-parameter estimation in past climate reconstructions Javier García-Pintado / MARUM, University of Bremen
17 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Improving coupled vegetation dynamics in an Earth System model with palaeo-environment evaluation Peter Hopcroft / University of Bristol
18 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Spatial paleoclimate reconstructions using model simulations and proxy data Sophie Stolzenberger / Meteorological Institute, University of Bonn, Germany
19 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Pre-monsoon precipitation inferred from Himalayan Birch from the Central Himalaya Binod Dawadi / Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu Nepal
20 Cross-cutting Group 2 (Paleovar, Past to future, Data assimilation) Proxy data “Pollen” assimilation to reconstruct climate for Holocene (10kyr BP ) in the Euro-Mediterranean region Raj Rani / Centre Européen de Recherche et d’Enseignement des Géosciences de l’Environnement, Aix-Marseille Université, France