20th Conference on Climate Variability and Change

Poster Session 4

 Climate of the 20th Century (C20C) Poster Session
 CoChair: James L. Kinter, III, COLA, Washington, DC
Chair: Chris K. Folland, United Kingdom Meteorological Office, Exeter, Devon United Kingdom
 P4.1Are Australian climate trends linear?  
David Jones, BOM, Vic., 3001, Australia; and R. Fawcett
 P4.2The three dimensional structure and time evolution of the decadal variability revealed in ECMWF reanalyses  extended abstract
Taehyoun Shim, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, South Korea; and G. H. Lim and D. I. Lee
 P4.3Low-frequency variability of the Indian Monsoon-ENSO relation and the Tropical Atlantic: The 'weakening' of the '80s and '90s  extended abstract
Fred Kucharski, Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy; and A. Bracco, J. H. Yoo, and F. Molteni
 P4.5Adjusting archived radiosonde data using complete validated and inferred radiosonde metadata to compute unbiased atmospheric temperature and moisture trends  extended abstract
Steven R. Schroeder, Texas A&M Univ., College Station, TX
 P4.6Can stable isotopes of hydrogen and oxygen tell you which way the wind is blowing or has blown in the past?  
James Robert Lawrence, Univ. of Houston, Houston, TX; and S. D. Gedzelman
 P4.7The myth of the 1970s global cooling scientific consensus  extended abstract
Thomas C. Peterson, NOAA/NESDIS/NCDC, Asheville, NC; and W. M. Connolley and J. Fleck
 P4.8El Nino teleconnections in an atmospheric model  
Sarah Ineson, Met Office Hadley Centre, Met Office, Exeter, United Kingdom; and A. A. Scaife
P4.9Interaction between low frequency teleconnections and US precipitation  
Dagmar Budikova, Illinois State University, Normal, IL
 P4.10Intraseasonal Teleconnection between North American and Western North Pacific Monsoons with 20-day Time Scale  
Xianan Jiang, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and N. C. Lau
 P4.11Study of the frequency of extreme daily precipitation on the south of Andes mountain range . Temporary variability in the period 1961-2003 and relation with the Antartic Oscillation  extended abstract
Federico Ariel Robledo, Departament of Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina; and O. C. Penalba
 P4.12Response of the strating dates and the length of seasons and the Yellow River in mainland China to global warming  
Yundi Jiang, National climate center/China Meteorological Administration, Beijing, China
 P4.14Observations of a global-warming reverse-reaction: California coastal summer daytine cooling  
R. Bornstein, San Jose State Univ., San Jose, CA; and B. Lebassi, J. E. Gonzalez, D. Fabris, E. Maurer, N. L. Miller, and C. Milesi
 P4.15RAMS simulations of a global-warming reverse-reaction: California coastal summer daytime cooling  
B. Lebassi, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA; and J. E. Gonzalez, D. Fabris, E. Maurer, N. L. Miller, C. Milesi, and R. Bornstein

Wednesday, 23 January 2008: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM, Exhibit Hall B

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