NAVIS Presentations at EGU 2017

Monday, 24 Apr 2017
The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change (co-organized)
OS1.2/AS1.20/CL1.29

Oral Presentations:
Location: Room D2

Atlantic Water transformation in the Nordic Seas and its influence on the export rate of the Overflow Waters
Yarisbel Garcia Quintana
EGU2017-1619
10:45-11:00
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Did a “warm surge” of Gulf Stream water during the 1990s drive major hydrographic changes in the western subpolar gyre?
Zoe Jacobs, Jeremy Grist, Bob Marsh, Simon Josey, and Bablu Sinha
EGU2017-4482
11:45-12:00
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How ocean eddies contribute to enhanced downwelling in the North Atlantic Ocean
Nils Brüggemann, Caroline Katsman, Henk Dijkstra, and Sybren Drijfhout
EGU2017-7651
14:15–14:30
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Sinking of North Atlantic waters in a global ocean model: location and controlling factors
Caroline Katsman, Sybren Drijfhout, Henk Dijkstra, and Michael Spall
EGU2017-6819
15:45–16:00
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Poster Presentations
Location: Hall X4
Time: 17:30–19:00

Velocity and transport across the Extended Ellett Line in the subpolar
North Atlantic
Elizabeth Comer, Penny Holliday, and Sheldon Bacon
EGU2017-8463
Poster: X4.24
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The interplay between eddies, deep convection and sinking of dense water in an idealized model study of the Labrador Sea
Sotiria Georgiou, Carine G. van der Boog, Nils Brüggemann, Julie Pietrzak, and Caroline A. Katsman
EGU2017-8334
Poster: X4.38
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Transport and seasonal variability of the East Reykjanes Ridge Current
Greg Koman, Adam Houk, Cobi Christiansen, and Bill Johns
EGU2017-8490
Poster: X4.43
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A vorticity budget for the Gulf Stream
Isabela Le Bras and John Toole
EGU2017-10735
Poster: X4.50
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On the Linkage between Labrador Sea Water Volume and Overturning Circulation in the Labrador Sea
Feili Li and Susan Lozier
EGU2017-9776
Poster: X4.48
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Application of a Regional Thermohaline Inverse Method to observational reanalyses in an Arctic domain
Neill Mackay, Chris Wilson, and Jan Zika
EGU2017-17329
Poster: X4.60
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Stable AMOC off state in an eddy-permitting coupled climate model
Jennifer Mecking, Sybren Drijfhout, Laura Jackson, and Tim Graham
EGU2017-17381
Poster: X4.57
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The AMOC as a mechanism for nutrient supply to the Eastern North Atlantic
Ryan Peabody and Susan Lozier
EGU2017-17315
Poster: X4.56
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Circulation in the region of the Reykjanes Ridge in June-July 2015
Tillys Petit, Mercier Herle, and Thierry Virginie
EGU2017-13328
Poster: X4.25
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Asymmetry in convection and restratification in the Nordic Seas: an idealized model study
Stefanie L. Ypma, Nils Brüggemann, Julie D. Pietrzak, and Caroline A. Katsman
EGU2017-6746
Poster: X4.37
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Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017
The North Atlantic: natural variability and global change (co-organized)
OS1.2/AS1.20/CL1.29
Room: G2

Mesoscale eddies control meridional heat flux variability in the subpolar North Atlantic
Jian Zhao, Amy Bower, Jiayan Yang, Xiaopei Lin, and Chun Zho
EGU2017-17050
09:15-09:30
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Multi-decadal temperature variability of the deep North Atlantic Subpolar Gyre
Damien Desbruyères, Elaine McDonagh, Bablu Sinha, and Alexis Megann
EGU2017-8772
09:30–09:45
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Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017
Tropical Meteorology
AS1.15

Poster Presentations:
Location: Hall X5
Time 17:30–19:00

How Does Intertropical Convergence Zone Variation Impact on Tropical Cyclone in the Northern Hemisphere?
Liping Ma and Richard Williams
EGU2017-16196
X5.283
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Wednesday, 26 Apr 2017
Polar Climate Predictability and Prediction
CL3.03/AS1.22/CR1.6/OS1.15
Location: Room 0.96

Arctic-Atlantic Climate Predictability provided by Poleward Ocean Heat Transport
Marius Årthun
EGU2017-14135
09:45–10:00
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