The Suki Manabe Symposium (Expanded View)

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Compact View of Conference

Sunday, 9 January 2005
7:30 AM, Sunday
Short Course Registration
9:00 AM-5:40 PM, Sunday
Conference Registration
Monday, 10 January 2005
7:30 AM, Monday
Registration continues through Thursday, 13 January
9:00 AM-5:15 PM, Monday
Session 1 Suki Manabe Symposium
9:00 AM1.1Dr. Suki Manabe and me over five decades  
Jerry D. Mahlman, NCAR, Boulder, CO
9:15 AM1.2Is there a Bi-Polar Seesaw?   wrf recording
Ronald J. Stouffer, NOAA/GFDL, Princeton, NJ; and D. Seidov
9:30 AM1.3Climate change associated with melting events in the northern and southern hemispheres  
Andrew J Weaver, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada
9:45 AM1.4Very High Resolution Modeling Studies of the Last Glacial Maximum  
Tom J Crowley, Duke University, Durham, NC; and S. J. Kim, W. T. H. Hyde, D. J. Erickson, and P. Duffy
10:00 AM1.5Atlantic and Pacific Links in Millinenial Climate Variations  
Kirk Bryan Jr., Princeton, Princeton, NJ
10:15 AMCoffee Break  
10:45 AM1.7Paleoclimate modeling and climate sensitivity   wrf recording
Anthony J. Broccoli, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
11:00 AM1.8Detection and attribution of anthropogenic climate change   wrf recording
John F. B. Mitchell, MetOffice, Exeter, United Kingdom
11:15 AM1.9Variability of heat content, freshwater content, and steric sea level for the world ocean- 1955-2002   wrf recording
Sydney Levitus, NODC/NOAA, Silver Spring, MD; and T. P. Boyer and J. Antonov
11:30 AM1.10How and why does the N. Atlantic overturning circulation weaken in GFDL's global warming simulations?   wrf recording
Keith W. Dixon, GFDL/ NOAA, Princeton, NJ
11:45 AM1.11Simulated tropical weather and climate: internal variability and the response to increased atmospheric CO2   wrf recording
Thomas R. Knutson, NOAA/GFDL, Princeton, NJ
12:00 PMLunch Break  
1:30 PM1.13Model simulations of the impact of SST conditions on atmospheric variability   wrf recording
Ngar-Cheung Lau, NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton, NJ
1:45 PM1.14Faustian aerosol bargain: payment comes due  
James E. Hansen, NASA/GISS, New York, NY
2:00 PM1.15Modeling of climate change due to anthropogenic trace gases  
V. Ramaswamy, NOAA/GFDL, Princeton, NJ
2:15 PM1.16From General Circulation Modeling to Climate Modeling  
Warren M. Washington, NCAR, Boulder, CO
2:30 PMCoffee Break and Poster Viewing  
4:00 PM1.18Global warming and the global hydrological cycle   wrf recording
Isaac M. Held, NOAA/GFDL, Princeton, NJ
4:15 PM1.19CO2-induced changes in extratropical continental hydrology in the new GFDL climate Model  
Thomas L. Delworth, NOAA/GFDL, Princeton, NJ; and K. L. Findell
4:30 PM1.20Representing land in a global climate model: simplicity vs. fidelity   wrf recording
P. C. D. Milly, USGS, Princeton, NJ
4:45 PM1.21A local perspective on climate   wrf recording
Alex Hall, UCLA Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Los Angeles, CA; and S. Conil, M. Hughes, and G. Masi
5:00 PM1.22Probabilistic integrated assessment of "dangerous anthropogenic interference with the climate system"   wrf recording
Stephen H. Schneider, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
10:15 AM, Monday
Coffee Break in Poster Session Room
12:00 PM-1:30 PM, Monday
Lunch Break
2:30 PM-4:00 PM, Monday
Formal Poster Viewing with Coffee Break
2:30 PM-4:00 PM, Monday
Poster Session 1 Suki Manabe Symposium Poster Session
 P1.1Tropical cyclones in a greenhouse-warmed climate: a projection from a 20-km mesh global climate model  
Kazuyoshi Oouchi, AESTO/MRI, Kanagawa, Japan; and J. Yoshimura, H. Yoshimura, R. Mizuta, and A. Noda
 P1.2The predictability of inter-decadal changes in ENSO activity and ENSO teleconnections  
Scott B Power, BMRC, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; and M. Haylock, R. Colman, and X. Wang
 P1.3The climate sensitivity and its components diagnosed from 1 Diagnosing the climate sensitivity from Earth radiation budget data  
Piers M. de F. Forster, University of Reading UK, Reading, England; and J. M. Gregory
 P1.4Satellite-derived calculations of global lower tropospheric relative humidity, 1988 - 1999  
Thomas H Vonder Haar, CIRA/Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO; and J. M. Forsythe, B. Ruston, and S. Woo
 P1.5Response of the wintertime sea level pressure with A0-like pattern to the global warming Implication of stratospheric origin  
Seiji Yukimoto, Meteorological Research Institute, Japan, Tsukuba, Japan; and K. Kodera
 P1.6Projected changes in heat waves in the 21st century from a global coupled climate model  
Gerald A. Meehl, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and C. Tebaldi
 P1.7Global warming and simulated snowfall trends in eastern North America  
John P. Krasting, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; and A. J. Broccoli
 P1.8Energy Spectrum of Global Atmosphere Governed by Rossby Wave Breaking  
H. L. Tanaka, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan
 P1.9Diurnal Cycle of Summertime Deep Convection over North America: A Satellite Perspective  
Baijun Tian, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ; and I. Held, G. Lau, and B. Soden
 P1.10Diagnosis of radiative feedbacks in the latest version of the GFDL AM2 climate model  
Stephanie A. Weber, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
 P1.11Changes of the Asian-Australian monsoon by global warming simulated by the 20-km mesh MRI/JMA AGCM  
Akio Kitoh, MRI, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
 P1.12Change of the East Asian summer rainy season (Bai-u) projected by a super high resolution global model  
Shoji Kusunoki, Meteorological Research Institute, Climate Research Department, 4th Laboratory (Global warming projection), 305-0052, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
 P1.13A generalized energy balance climate model with parameterized dynamics and diabatic heating  
Karen M. Shell, SIO/Univ. of California, La Jolla, CA; and R. C. J. Somerville
5:30 PM-7:00 PM, Monday
7:30 PM, Monday
Suki Manabe Symposium Banquet
Thursday, 13 January 2005
5:30 PM, Thursday
Conference Ends

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