American Geophysical Union Fall 2018 Meeting

Monday, December 10, 2018 - 10:00 to Friday, December 14, 2018 - 10:00
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The AGU Fall Meeting 2018 will mark another dynamic year of discovery in Earth and space science, serve as the advent of AGU’s Centennial year, and provide a special opportunity to share our science with world leaders in Washington, D.C. As the largest Earth and space science gathering in the world, the AGU Fall Meeting places you in the center of a global community of scientists drawn from myriad fields of study whose work protects the health and welfare of people worldwide, spurs innovation, and informs decisions that are critical to the sustainability of the Earth.

You will connect with leading thinkers, learn about pioneering research and emerging trends, and use your voice to help drive science’s positive impact on the world.

This year the AGU Fall Meeting brings you to Washington, D.C., an international center of science and policy. You can highlight the wonder, value and immediacy of Earth and space science research and show that science is strong, global and essential. Connect with the D.C. area’s many scientific institutions and witness the ways that your colleagues are helping to inform solutions to the challenges faced by this region. Recharge by exploring the city’s bustling restaurant and music scene and enjoy the beauty and richness of its national monuments and museums.

To showcase your presentation, go to the 2018 AGU Fall Meeting Abstract Lookup page.

 

View a list of AGU sessions led by EESM Investigators and Participants.

EESM Town Halls

Monday, December 10
A11H. Aerosol Influence on Ice-Containing Clouds Through Various Modes of Ice Nucleation I Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster A11H-2321. Modifying an ice nucleation parameterization to include feldspar dust in E3SM 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A11O. Progresses in Understanding Atmospheric Convection II Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster A11O-2482. Effects of Shallow Convective Mixing on Convective Organization and Heavy Precipitation Statistics 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H11V. Hydrometeorological Simulation and Forecasting of Atmospheric Rivers and Their Impacts: Processes, Simulations, and Observations Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster H11V-1763. Impact of Atmospheric Rivers on the Seasonal Surface Water Balance and Water Resources of Western U.S. Watersheds 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
IN11A. Convergence in Space Physics and Earth Science: Discovery Through Machine Learning I
Monday, December 10 Oral, Invited IN11A-01. Towards Exascale Deep Learning for Climate Science 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 209A-C
H11B. Advances in Understanding Land–Atmosphere Interactions in a Changing Environment I
Monday, December 10 Oral H11B-07. Improving the Representation of Subgrid Topographic Effects in the Energy Exascale Earth System Model 9:30 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 146C
A11E. Process-Oriented Analysis of Cloud and Precipitation Physics I
Monday, December 10 Oral A11E-08. Processes Regulating Low-Cloud Response to Aerosol and Temperature Perturbations in a Global Climate Model 9:45 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 151A
H12B. Advances in Understanding Land–Atmosphere Interactions in a Changing Environment II
Monday, December 10 Oral H12B-02. Elucidating Observed Land Surface Feedbacks across Sub-Saharan Africa 10:35 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 146C
GC12B. Climate Extremes: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Attribution II
Monday, December 10 Oral, Invited GC12B-03. Causality and extreme event attribution. Or, was my house flooded because of climate change? 10:51 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon B
Monday, December 10 Oral GC12B-05. Spatially-resolved trends in observed extreme precipitation over the United States 11:35 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon B
Monday, December 10 Oral GC12B-07. Trends in Warm Season Extreme Precipitation over the Central United States in an Ensemble of Regional Climate Simulations 12:05 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon B
A12C. Cloud–Aerosol–Radiation–Climate Interactions in the Southeastern Atlantic I
Monday, December 10 Oral A12C-08. Vertical Variability of Biomass Burning Aerosols over Southeast Atlantic and Radiative Impact 12:05 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152A
A13L. Process-Oriented Analysis of Cloud and Precipitation Physics III Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster A13L-2623. Low-cloud feedback in CAM5-CLUBB: physical mechanisms and parameter sensitivity analysis 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A13O. Toward Reducing Systematic Errors in Weather and Climate Models: Evaluation, Understanding, and Improvement I Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster A13O-2681. Evaluation and Investigation of E3SMv1 Simulations of Clouds and Radiation Over the Southern Polar Region 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Monday, December 10 Poster A13O-2682. Evaluation of EAMv1-Simulated Clouds with Satellite and Ground-based Simulators 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Monday, December 10 Poster A13O-2684. Impact of land surface properties on the surface air temperature simulations over the central United States 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Monday, December 10 Poster A13O-2685. Improved Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation in the E3SM Atmosphere Model Version 1 (EAMv1) with a Modified Convective Triggering Mechanism 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Monday, December 10 Poster A13O-2692. Subgrid Variations of the Cloud Water and Droplet Number Concentration Over Tropical Ocean: Satellite Observations and Implications for Warm Rain Simulation in Climate Models 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Monday, December 10 Poster A13O-2697. The simulation of marine subtropical stratocumulus decks in E3SMv1 as compared to other U.S. models 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B13I. Vegetation Canopies: Physiology, Structure, Function I Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster B13I-2241. A Framework for Testing Plant Allocation and Reactive Transport Hypotheses 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC13D. Quantifying and Decreasing Uncertainty in Projections of Future Sea Level Change Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster GC13D-1044. Irreducible Uncertainties and Persistence in Sea Level Variations 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
IN13C. Convergence in Space Physics and Earth Science: Discovery Through Machine Learning Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster IN13C-0682. Using deep learning for probabilistic detection of extreme weather 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Ctr - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
OS13D. General Topics in Oceanography Presented in Poster Form Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster OS13D-1507. The global ocean warming from top to bottom 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
OS13F. High-Resolution Ocean Modeling for Ocean–Ice Interaction Around the Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets Posters
Monday, December 10 Poster OS13F-1548. Causes of the anomalous heat flux onto the Greenland continental shelf 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Monday, December 10 Poster OS13F-1550. Antarctic ice shelf-ocean interactions in high-resolution, global simulations using the Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM) 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC13C. Climate Extremes: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Attribution III
Monday, December 10 Oral GC13C-02. Detecting climate change impacts on North Atlantic hurricane precipitation and size in a high-resolution climate model 1:55 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon B
GC13A. Advances in Understanding Impacts of Land Use and Land Cover Change Using Earth System Models and Data Records I
Monday, December 10 Oral GC13A-03. Land use and land cover distribution is a primary determinant of global carbon cycle projections and regional temperature projections 2:10 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150A
Monday, December 10 Oral GC13A-07. Comparison between Three Downscaled Land Use and Land Cover Products under Different Shared Socio-Economic Pathways 3:10 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150A
GC13B. Carbon Cycle Climate Variability: Observation, Modeling, and Data Assimilation in the Modern Data-Rich Era I
Monday, December 10 Oral GC13B-07. Oceanic drivers for tropical terrestrial carbon cycle and extreme 2:52 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon A
GC14C. From Hazard to Risk: Indicators of Climate and Weather Extremes for Impacts I
Monday, December 10 Oral, Invited GC14C-01. Decision-relevant metrics for regional hydroclimate phenomena 4:00 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon B
Monday, December 10 Oral GC14C-08. Weather Extremes that Impact Various Agricultural Commodities: A Search for Better Metrics 5:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon B
H14C. Big Data and Machine Learning in Hydrology and Subsurface Flow and Transport II
Monday, December 10 Oral H14C-02. Separating Aleatoric and Epistemic Uncertainties of Time Series Deep Learning Models for Soil Moisture Predictions 4:15 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 146A
H14D. Characterizing Spatial and Temporal Variability of Hydrological and Biogeochemical Processes Across Scales I
Monday, December 10 Oral H14D-02. Landscape structure and heterogeneity controls on ecohydrological processes in Arctic tundra ecosystem 4:15 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 146B
A14C. Aerosol Influence on Ice-Containing Clouds Through Various Modes of Ice Nucleation II
Monday, December 10 Oral A14C-03. Long range vs marine sources of aerosols and their effects upon landfalling atmospheric rivers in California 4:30 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152A
U14B. Student Engagement to Enhance Development: Outstanding Student Presentation Award Winners from 2017 Fall Meeting I eLightning
Monday, December 10 Oral, Invited U14B-12. Probabilistic detection of extreme weather using deep learning methods 4:34 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center eLightning Theater I
GC14B. Advances in Understanding Impacts of Land Use and Land Cover Change Using Earth System Models and Data Records II
Monday, December 10 Oral GC14B-04. Improving representation of deforestation effects on evapotranspiration in the global E3SM land model 4:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150A
IN14A. Deep Learning for Geoscience I
Monday, December 10 Oral, Invited IN14A-07. Deep Learning recognizes weather and climate patterns 5:30 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 209A-C
PP14A. Mechanisms and Drivers of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) Structure and Variability in Past Climate Change and Their Impact on Climate and Biogeochemistry II
Monday, December 10 Oral PP14A-08. Can the Salt Advection Feedback Be Detected in Internal Variability of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation? 5:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon G
Tuesday, December 11
A21I. Dust in a Changing Climate: From Small‐Scale Insights to Large‐Scale Understanding III Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A21I-2815. Constraints on elemental composition of fine and coarse aerosols 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A21J. Extreme Wildfires and Smoke Plumes: Past, Present, and Future III Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A21J-2848. Wildfire impact on environment thermodynamics and severe convective storms 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A21K. Processes of (Sub)Cloud Scales: Modeling, Observation, and Parameterization for Larger-Scale Models I Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A21K-2863. The Importance of Considering Sub-grid Cloud Variability When Using Satellite Observations to Evaluate the Cloud and Precipitation Simulations in Climate Models 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A21L. Regional Climate Modeling III Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A21L-2875. Comparing Dynamically Downscaled Regional Climate Models Using a Low-Level Jet Metric 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B21L. Centennial Challenge: The Bioatmospheric N Cycle—N Emissions, Transformations, Deposition, and Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystem Impacts IV Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster B21L-2499. Process based simulation of global agricultural ammonia emissions in an earth system model 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
C21C. Advances in Ice Sheet–Ocean Interactions: From Measurements to Climate Impacts Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster C21C-1344. Impacts on water-mass transformation from ice shelf melting over the Southern Ocean 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster C21C-1356. The impact of the representation of Antarctic freshwater fluxes on the Southern Ocean in the Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM) 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster C21C-1357. Toward full ice sheet-ocean coupling in the Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM) 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
C21D. Sea Ice–Ocean–Atmosphere Interactions in the “New” Arctic and Southern Oceans Posters
Tuesday, December 11 C21D-1367. Examining the role of atmosphere-ocean interactions and ocean circulation changes in the Arctic sea ice response to CO2 forcing 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC21E. Climate Extremes: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Attribution Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster GC21E-1136. Chance Rather than Trends in the Unusual 2017 California Wet Season 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster GC21E-1143. Extreme Sub-daily Winter Precipitation vs. Model Resolution in the Upper Mississippi River Valley 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster GC21E-1145. Forced changes in temperature and precipitation and their influences on global changes in vegetation distributions or aridity 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC21G. Advances in Understanding Impacts of Land Use and Land Cover Change Using Earth System Models and Data Records Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster GC21G-1191. Soil erosion causes substantial loss of terrestrial organic carbon and nutrients in the conterminous United States 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster GC21G-1193. Surface temperature variation induced by the LAI change in Arctic Tundra 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H21J. Big Data and Machine Learning in Hydrology and Subsurface Flow and Transport III Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster H21J-1794. Validating machine learning hypothesis about soil thickness impacts on hydrologic fluxes using a process-based surface-subsurface model 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
IN21C. Artificial Intelligence Applications in the Geosciences: Promises and Challenges for the Future II Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster IN21C-0723. Towards Generative Deep Learning Emulators for Fast Hydroclimate Simulations 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A21C. Air Pollution, Greenhouse Gases, and Emissions in Asia and Their Interactions with the World I
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A21C-03. Impacts of domestic and foreign emissions on decadal variations of aerosols and radiative forcing in China and US 8:24 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 144A-C
A21B. Advances in Radar Remote Sensing of Clouds and Precipitation: Microphysical Retrievals, Estimation, and Hydrometeorological Applications I
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A21B-05. Identifying mixed-phase conditions in cloud radar Doppler spectra: Progress towards an automated algorithm 9:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 151B
A21F. Monsoons: Observations, Subseasonal, Seasonal, and Interannual to Decadal Variability, Forecast, Climate Change, and Extremes III
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A21F-08. Understanding Monsoon Changes Using a Normalized Gross Moist Stability Framework 9:45 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 101
GC22A. Coupled Human–Natural Systems and Global Environmental Change: Innovative Interdisciplinary Approaches II
Tuesday, December 11 Oral, Invited GC22A-01. Impacts on Maize and Wheat Crops of Alternative Warming Scenarios 10:20 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon A
A23H. Bridging the Gap from Climate to Extreme Weather: Theory, Modeling, and Observations I Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23H-2952. Multivariate Metrics to Quantify Co-occurring Extremes Resulting from the Dipole Circulation Pattern 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23H-2962. Using Self-Organizing Maps to Identify Coherent Precipitation Regions: Application to Extreme Precipitation Mechanisms 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A23J. High-Resolution Weather and Climate Modeling on Large Supercomputers I Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23J-3006. Evaluation of Implicit-Explicit, Additive Runge-Kutta Method Efficiency in HOMME-NH 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23J-3009. Extreme Events in High Resolution and Convection Permitting Simulations 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23J-3018. Preliminary Results from a High Resolution Coupled Simulation using E3SM 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23J-3021. Single Column Modeling of Shallow Clouds for the Development of the Adaptive Vertical Grid in E3SM-FIVE 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23J-3025. Tropical Cyclones in High-Resolution Community Atmosphere Model version 5: Evaluation for Western North Pacific 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A23L. Mesoscale and Severe Convective Storms: Understanding, and Model Development and Evaluation I Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23L-3044. Comprehensive Evaluations of Mesoscale Convective Systems Simulated in Convection-permitting WRF Model during the MC3E Field Experiment 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23L-3046. Evaluation of GPM Ku-band Radar Reflectivity Observation and E3SM Simulation Using NEXRAD Network over the Continental US in warm seasons 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A23N. Weather and Climate Modeling Across Scales: From Global to Convection-Permitting I Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3104. Cloud and precipitation in a multi-scale modeling framework (MMF) with the P3 microphysics 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3105. Microphysical Sensitivity of Superparameterized Precipitation Extremes in the Continental US Due to Feedbacks on Large-scale Circulation 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3107. Development of a Global Quasi-3-D Multiscale Modeling Framework 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3108. Comparative Simulations Across Scales with Several Nonhydrostatic Dynamical Cores 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3110. Variable-resolution Aquaplanet Simulations with the Grell-Freitas Deep Convection Scheme Implemented in CAM-MPAS 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3111. Influences of Pacific Ocean domain extent on the western US hydroclimatology in variable-resolution CESM 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3112. Precipitation Characteristics in the Community Atmosphere Model and Their Dependence on Model Resolution 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3113. Quantifying the Upscale Effects of Mesoscale Convective Systems and Implications to Model Biases in Large-Scale Circulation 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster A23N-3121. Anthropogenic Influences on the Intensity and Rainfall of Major Tropical Cyclone Events 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B23G. Soil Carbon Change and Persistence in the Anthropocene Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster B23G-2577. Respired Radiocarbon: Insights into decadal soil carbon cycling 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Tuesday, December 11 Poster B23G-2600. Neo-tropical forest response to a drier future: a synthesis of measurements and modeling of soil carbon stocks and turnover 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H23J. Groundwater Sustainability Studies: Integrating Monitoring, Modeling, and Policy IV Posters
Tuesday, December 11 Poster H23J-2030. Model simulated spatial distribution and the variation of ground water level in Sacramento Watershed, California from 1985 to 2017 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B23A. Advances in Soil Respiration Research II
Tuesday, December 11 Oral, Invited B23A-02. Soil Respiration and Carbon Dynamics as Controlled by Microbial Extracellular Enzyme Activities: Meta-analysis Results and Implications for Earth System Modeling 1:55 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150B
Tuesday, December 11 Oral B23A-04. A method to predict, rather than prescribe, soil heterotrophic respiration responses to soil moisture 2:25 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150B
H23F. Water and Society: The Future of Coupled Water–Energy Systems Confronting Global Change II
Tuesday, December 11 Oral, Invited H23F-02. Planning for long-term climate effects on the water-energy infrastructure of the Western US 1:55 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 146B
A23F. The Madden-Julian Oscillation and Its Global Impacts: Observations, Modeling, and Prediction I
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A23F-08. The MJO Across Future Time Periods and Scenarios in CESM1: When are Changes Detectable? 3:25 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 143A-C
A24J. Toward Reducing Systematic Errors in Weather and Climate Models: Evaluation, Understanding, and Improvement II
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A24J-01. The DOE E3SM Coupled Model Version 1: Overview and Evaluation at Standard Resolution 4:00 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A24J-04. Observation-based metrics for evaluating typical precipitation across generations of CMIP 4:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A24J-06. A Hindcast Approach to Understanding the Equatorial Pacific Cold Tongue Bias in CESM1 5:15 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A24J-07. Cloud diurnal variation in CMIP5 models 5:30 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A24J-08. On the errors in calculating solar radiation in Earth system models 5:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
B24C. Global and Regional Nitrous Oxide Budget: Data, Models, and Uncertainty II
Tuesday, December 11 Oral B24C-01. Top-down estimates of N2O emissions over the past two decades 4:00 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 154AB
U24A. Highlights from the Fourth National Climate Assessment: Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States
Tuesday, December 11 Oral, Invited U24A-01. Climate Science in the Fourth US National Climate Assessment 4:10 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 202A
A24I. Regional Climate Modeling I
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A24I-05. Comparison of Univariate and Multivariate Bias-Correction of Daily NA-CORDEX Data 5:00 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 146C
A24G. Microphysical and Macrophysical Properties and Processes of Ice and Mixed-Phase Clouds: Linking in Situ, Remote Sensing Observations and Multiscale Models II
Tuesday, December 11 Oral A24G-06. Macrophysical and microphysical processes of ice clouds and their interactions with aerosols in EAMv1 5:15 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152A
GC24B. Multisectoral Modeling and Management of Climate Change Impacts I
Tuesday, December 11 Oral GC24B-07. A deep reservoir in the 21st century: dynamics of water temperature and heat fluxes under climate change 5:30 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon A
Tuesday, December 11 Oral GC24B-08. Representing reservoir effects on riverine sediment processes 5:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon A
A24C. Climate Sensitivity and Feedbacks: Advances and New Paradigms II
Tuesday, December 11 Oral, Invited A24C-08. Should we Trust Emergent Constraints? 5:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 146B
Wednesday, December 12
A31I. Atmospheric Trace Species Profiles from Long-Term and Campaign Sampling: Observations from Ground, Balloons, and Aircraft I Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster A31I-2955. Cloud Impacts on Photochemistry: Statistical Analysis of Global Chemistry Models and Measurements from the Atmospheric Tomography Mission 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A31J. Boundary Layer Clouds and Atmosphere, Biosphere, Land, and Ocean Interactions I Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster A31J-3007. Examining Differences between Observed and Large-Eddy Simulations of Shallow Cumulus Cloud-Base Vertical Velocity 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Wednesday, December 12 Poster A31J-3009. The life cycle of a pocket of open cells and its response to biomass burning aerosol 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A31N. Extratropical Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation Variability II Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster A31N-3137. Quantifying the Agreement Between Observed and Simulated Extratropical Modes of Interannual Variability 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B31E. Vulnerability of Permafrost Carbon to Climate Change II Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster B31E-2498. Potential Decomposability of Permafrost Carbon Stocks in Ice-Wedge Polygons of the Alaskan Arctic Coastal Plain 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Wednesday, December 12 Poster B31E-2503. Spatial Heterogeneity and Environmental Controllers of Organic Carbon Stocks of Permafrost Affected Soils 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
C31D. Seasonal Sea Ice and Snow Under Change: Using in Situ Measurements, Remote Sensing, and Modeling to Understand Processes and Properties Across Scales Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster C31D-1572. Investigating the Role of Sea Ice in the Polar Carbon Cycle 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
DI31B. Advances in Computational Geosciences III Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster DI31B-0013. Accuracy and performance tradeoffs for robust porous media discretization with non-orthogonal grids and tensor coefficients 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
EP31D. River Deltas: Sediment Accumulators and Biogeochemical Reactors Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster EP31D-2375. Changing Arctic River Deltas 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center - Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Wednesday, December 12 Poster EP31D-2376. Effects of Ice and Permafrost on Delta Channel Dynamics and Morphology 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC31D. Coupled Human–Natural Systems and Global Environmental Change: Innovative Interdisciplinary Approaches Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster GC31D-1285. Seasonality of irrigation water withdrawal simulated by fully coupled land surface, river, and water management models 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Wednesday, December 12 Poster GC31D-1289. Investigating the Effects of CO2 Concentration and Human Intervention on the Water Cycle Using Integrated Earth System Model (iESM) 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC31E. Multisectoral Modeling and Management of Climate Change Impacts Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster GC31E-1308. Reservoir Thermal Stratification Model Development and Validation Over the Continental US 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC31H. Evaluating the Feasibility and Consequences of Solar Geoengineering Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster GC31H-1350. Assessing Impacts of Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering on Terrestrial Biogeochemical Feedbacks 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H31G. Applications in Snow Hydrology: Linking Seasonal Snow to Natural Processes and Society II Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster H31G-1961. Assessing the impact of representing snow-albedo feedback on the response of hydrology to a warming climate 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
PA31D. The Fourth National Climate Assessment: Highlighting Impacts, Risks, and Responses Across Sectors and Regions of the United States Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster PA31D-1151. Our Changing Climate: National Climate Assessment NCA4 Vol. 2, Chapter 2 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
S31E. Frontiers of Uncertainty Quantification in Geoscientific Inversion Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster S31E-0553. Bayesian Framework for Structural Uncertainty Estimation of Land Models 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A31D. Regional Climate Modeling II
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A31D-02. The Sensitivity of Regional Climate Models to Equilibrium Climate Sensitivity 8:15 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A31D-04. California's Drought of the Future: A Prospective Look at the 2012-2017 Drought 8:45 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
B31A. Advances in Uncertainty Assessment and Reduction for Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Diagnosis and Prediction I
Wednesday, December 12 Oral B31A-03. Designing observation networks using Earth System Models to reduce uncertainty in regional carbon fluxes 8:45 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150B
Wednesday, December 12 Oral B31A-06. Quantifying the Impact of Heterotrophic Respiration on Variability in the Global Carbon Dioxide Growth Rate. 9:30 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150B
B31B. Monitoring Forest Structure, Productivity, and Change at the Intersection of Forest Modeling, Remote Sensing, and Field Measurements I
Wednesday, December 12 Oral B31B-04. Demographic Modeling and Landsat Sensitivity to Forest Recovery Following Tropical Clear-Cuts and Boreal Heat-Driven Forest Mortality Events 8:45 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 147B
GC32C. Regional to Local Energy–Water Dynamics in a Changing and Uncertain Future I
Wednesday, December 12 Oral, Invited GC32C-01. Understanding critical cross-sectoral interactions under evolving natural and human system environments 10:20 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon B
A32C. Mesoscale and Severe Convective Storms: Understanding, Model Development, and Evaluation II
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A32C-02. Accurate Reproduction of a Mesoscale Convective System Structure Using WRF with a New Spectral Bin Microphysics 10:35 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150B
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A32C-03. 3-D Characteristics of Mesoscale Convective Systems and Their Large-Scale Environments East of the Rocky Mountains from 13 Years of Observations 10:50 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150B
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A32C-04. Radar wind profiler investigations into MCSs characteristics 11:05 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150B
A32F. Weather and Climate Modeling Across Scales: From Global to Convection-Permitting II
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A32F-04. An Adaptive Mesh Refinement (AMR) Framework for Future Weather and Climate Models 11:05 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
GC32B. Large Ensemble Climate Model Simulations: Exploring Natural Variability, Climate Change Signal, Extremes, and Compound Events at Various Spatiotemporal Scales I
Wednesday, December 12 Oral GC32B-07. Using the Community Earth System Model Large Ensemble to investigate changes in frequency of major precipitation accumulations in a warming climate 11:50 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon C
A33K. Improving the Science of Emissions Through Inventories, Observations, and Models III Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster A33K-3303. Global Mineralogy-based Combustion-Iron Emission Inventory 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
C33F. Integrating Observations and Models to Better Understand a Changing Arctic System Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster C33F-1644. Software for Ice Sheet Model Validation Using Recently Available and Extensible Datasets 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC33J. Large Ensemble Climate Model Simulations: Exploring Natural Variability, Climate Change Signal, Extremes, and Compound Events at Various Spatiotemporal Scales Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster GC33J-1496. Traceability Analysis of Ensemble Modeling Results with A Unified Diagnostic System to Improve Land Carbon Cycle Predictions 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H33K. Integrative Approaches Toward Large-Scale Water and Energy Cycle Investigations Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster H33K-2228. Observation and Modeling of Mesoscale Convective Systems and Their Large-scale Environment 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H33N. Modeling Hydrological Processes and Changes Under a Changing Environment III Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster H33N-2281. Seasonal patterns and controls of water composition in an Amazon floodplain lake 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H33S. Recent Advances in Large-Scale, High-Resolution Hydrologic and Flood Modeling for Intensified Extreme Events in a Changing Environment Posters
Wednesday, December 12 Poster H33S-2320. The Spatiotemporal Characteristics of Global Flood Inundation during 1993-2007 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
IN33A. Big Data in the Geosciences: New Approaches to Storage, Sharing, and Analysis I
Wednesday, December 12 Oral IN33A-01. Deep learning on the Sphere: Convolutional Neural Network on Unstructured Mesh 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 209A-C
Wednesday, December 12 Oral, Invited IN33A-04. EarthInsights: Parallel Clustering of Large Earth Science Datasets on the Summit Supercomputer 2:25 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 209A-C
Wednesday, December 12 Oral IN33A-05. Synthesizing Earth System Model Behavior: From Petabytes to Kilobytes 2:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 209A-C
A33B. Bridging the Gap from Climate to Extreme Weather: Theory, Modeling, and Observations II
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A33B-02. How credible are model projections of changes to precipitation extremes? 1:55 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A33B-07. Lessons from the Atmospheric River Tracking Method Intercomparison Project (ARTMIP) 3:10 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
B33B. Soil Carbon Change and Persistence in the Anthropocene III
Wednesday, December 12 Oral B33B-03. Global carbon-14 observations constrain rates of soil organic matter decomposition in the Energy Exascale Earth System Model 2:10 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150A
C33A. Modeling of the Cryosphere: Glaciers and Ice Sheets I
Wednesday, December 12 Oral C33A-03. Modeling Marine Ice Cliff Instability: Higher Resolution Leads to Lower Impact 2:10 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon H
A33D. High-Resolution Weather and Climate Modeling on Large Supercomputers II
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A33D-04. High-Resolution Modeling using E3SM 2:25 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152A
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A33D-08. Alleviating Low Cloud Problem in Climate and Weather Forecast Models by Adaptive Vertical Grid Enhancement 3:25 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152A
A34D. Bridging the Gap from Climate to Extreme Weather: Theory, Modeling, and Observations III
Wednesday, December 12 Oral, Invited A34D-01. Oceanic and Atmospheric Controls on Tropical Cyclone Activity 4:00 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
Wednesday, December 12 Oral A34D-03. Empty nesting: Where do you need high resolution to accurately simulate Atlantic hurricane impacts in climate models? 4:30 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
B34A. Integrated Understanding of Climate, Carbon, Nutrient Cycles, Human Activities, and Their Interactions in Terrestrial Ecosystems I
Wednesday, December 12 Oral B34A-03. Global phosphorus emission and deposition from wildfires 4:30 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 149AB
A34F. Insights on Clouds, Convection, and Climate Sensitivity from Idealized Modeling Studies II
Wednesday, December 12 Oral, Invited A34F-08. Formation of tropical anvil clouds by slow evaporation 5:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152A
Thursday, December 13
B41I. Integrated Understanding of Climate, Carbon, Nutrient Cycles, Human Activities, and Their Interactions in Terrestrial Ecosystems II Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster B41I-2830. Impact of Changes in Anthropogenic Forcing on the Terrestrial Carbon Budget through the Year 2300 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Thursday, December 13 Poster B41I-2834. Data assimilation strategy for E3SM land model carbon-nitrogen-phosphorus cycles 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B41J. Advances in Uncertainty Assessment and Reduction for Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Diagnosis and Prediction II Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster B41J-2845. Big-data-big-model Fusion to Improve Prediction of Global Soil Carbon Dynamics with Earth System Model 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC41G. Urban Areas and Global Change Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster GC41G-1542. Implications of cool roofs for future exposure to heat extremes in California 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H41L. Extreme Rainfall and Flooding: Monitoring, Forecasting, Risk Assessment, and Socioeconomic Consequences III Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster H41L-2250. Global river responses to rising CO2: separating the effects of physiological and radiative changes on streamflow and flooding 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
IN41D. Big Data in the Geosciences: New Approaches to Storage, Sharing, and Analysis II Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster IN41D-0871. Parallel K-means Clustering of Geospatiotemporal Data Sets Using Manycore CPU Architectures 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
OS41F. Improvements in Synoptic, Subseasonal to Seasonal, and Decadal Projections Through Next-Generation Ocean Model Developments, Observations, and Coupled Data Assimilation Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster OS41F-2081. Variable-resolution ocean model improves physics at reduced computational cost 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Thursday, December 13 Poster OS41F-2085. The DOE E3SM coupled model version 1: Ocean Mean State biases and Historical Transient Variability 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC41C. Interpreting Uncertainty in Climate Models, Observations, and Large Data Sets to Better Inform Scientific Understanding in Geoscience I
Thursday, December 13 Oral, Invited GC41C-02. Parametric sensitivity and uncertainty quantification in the version 1 of E3SM Atmosphere Model based on short Perturbed Parameters Ensemble simulations 8:15 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon A
C41A. Advances in Subglacial, Englacial, and Supraglacial Hydrology I
Thursday, December 13 Oral C41A-06. Impact of evolving subglacial hydrology on marine ice sheet dynamics 9:15 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon H
A42D. The Dynamics of the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation in Present and Future Climates: Jet Streams, Storm Tracks, Stationary Waves, and Monsoons II
Thursday, December 13 Oral A42D-02. Nonlinearity of the ITCZ response to climate perturbations revealed by q-flux Green's function experiments 10:35 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 144A-C
Thursday, December 13 Oral A42D-06. Seasonally dependent responses of tropical rainfall and subtropical highs to global warming 11:35 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 144A-C
H42H. Statistical Characterization and Probabilistic Modeling of Precipitation Variability and Extremes Across Multiple Scales I
Thursday, December 13 Oral H42H-07. Understanding the Spatial Organization of Precipitation Extremes 11:50 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 145B
A43O. Local Processes and Global Impact of the Indo-Pacific Maritime Continent II Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster A43O-3348. The disruption of MJO propagation across the Maritime Continent 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A43Q. Tropical Cyclones: Observations, Modeling, and Predictability I Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster A43Q-3380. Using a statistical tropical cyclone genesis model for assessing differences in climate scenarios and geographic basins 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B43G. Coastal Wetland Carbon: Recent Advances in Measurements, Modeling, and Syntheses III Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster B43G-2937. Considering Coasts: Adapting Terrestrial Models to Characterize Coastal Habitats 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
C43E. Advances in Observing and Modeling Ice Sheet and Ice Shelf Surface Mass Balance: Past, Present, and Future Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster C43E-1830. Regional Grid Refinement in an Earth System Model: Impacts on the Simulated Greenland Surface Mass Balance 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H43D. Diagnostics, Sensitivity, and Uncertainty Analysis of Earth and Environmental Models Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster H43D-2411. Exploiting Model Structure for Global Sensitivity Analysis in E3SM Land Model 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
H43H. Statistical Characterization and Probabilistic Modeling of Precipitation Variability and Extremes Across Multiple Scales II Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster H43H-2557. Assessment of Observational Uncertainties and Model Performance in Mean and Extreme Precipitation Characteristics 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
OS43B. Sea Level Change and Coastal Impacts and Flooding I
Thursday, December 13 Oral, Invited OS43B-01. Reexamining Linkages Between United States East Coast Sea-level and the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 102AB
OS43F. Biogeochemical Cycling in Estuaries, Coastal Waters, and Their Watersheds: Natural Variability, Response to Land Use and Climate Change, and Management Implications V Posters
Thursday, December 13 Poster OS43F-2145. Chlorophyll and Nutrient Dynamics In San Francisco Bay: A Model Study 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A43G. Quantifying and Reducing the Uncertainties in the Global and Regional Aerosol Forcing of Climate I
Thursday, December 13 Oral A43G-07. Using Native Error Diagnostics to Identify Sources of Aerosol Radiative Forcing Error in GCMs and Understand Their Implications 3:10 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 151A
A44D. Quantifying and Reducing the Uncertainties in the Global and Regional Aerosol Forcing of Climate II
Thursday, December 13 Oral A44D-08. Errors and Uncertainty in Absorbed Solar Radiation and the Hydrological Cycle 5:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 151A
A44F. Role of Ocean–Atmosphere Interaction in Regional Climate Variability and Change I
Thursday, December 13 Oral A44F-08. Do the modern AMOC and PMOC form a natural climate seesaw? 5:45 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152B
Friday, December 14
A51Q. Quantifying and Reducing the Uncertainties in the Global and Regional Aerosol Forcing of Climate III Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster A51Q-2494. Investigating the impact of aerosol vertical distribution and above-cloud incidence on the aerosol direct effect using DOE's Energy Exascale Earth System Model 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Friday, December 14 Poster A51Q-2495. Assessing formation and radiative forcing of secondary organic aerosols in the global Earth System Model (E3SM) 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B51F. Identifying and Reducing Biogeochemical and Physical Uncertainty in Ocean Models Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster B51F-2004. Evaluating Uncertainties in Marine Biogeochemical Models: Benchmarking Aerosol Precursors 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B51H. Understanding Phenological Responses and Feedbacks in Terrestrial Vegetation: Patterns, Mechanisms, and Consequences I Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster B51H-2026. Early season mapping of Corn and Soybeans in the US Midwest 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B51I. Understanding the Role of Plant Hydraulics Across Scales I Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster B51I-2058. Development of a flexible modeling framework for representing soil-plant continuum in the E3SM global land model 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
C51G. Advances in Subglacial, Englacial, and Supraglacial Hydrology Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster C51G-1153. Study of Greenland subglacial hydrology at medium-high resolutions 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC51E. The Role of Fire in the Earth System: Understanding Drivers, Feedbacks, and Interactions with the Land, Atmosphere, and Society Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster GC51E-0825. Empirical Characterization of Fire Regimes Across the Globe 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC51O. Causes, Consequences, and Predictability of Polar Change Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster GC51O-0974. Quantifying the Arctic Local Radiative Feedbacks Based on Observed Short-term Climate Variations 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Friday, December 14 Poster GC51O-0984. Sea ice modulated convection processes in the Nordic Seas 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
OS51B. Temporal Variability in Oceanic Mesoscale Activity, from Seasonal to Multidecadal Records I
Friday, December 14 Oral OS51B-01. Asymmetry variabilities of mesoscale eddy activity alongside the Kuroshio Extension 8:00 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 101
EP51B. Evaluating the Influence of Geomorphology on Carbon Cycling II eLightning
Friday, December 14 Oral EP51B-09. Pan-arctic flux of soil organic carbon to rivers by river bank erosion 8:25 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center eLightning Theater II
B52C. Tropical Forests Under a Changing Environment II
Friday, December 14 Oral, Invited B52C-01. Amazon rainforest responses to elevated CO2 hinge on plant phosphorus use and acquisition: model-based hypotheses for the AmazonFACE experiment 10:20 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 147B
A52B. Arctic Energy Balance and Relevant Atmosphere and Surface Processes: Current Understanding and Challenges I
Friday, December 14 Oral A52B-04. Spatial Discrepancies in Cloud Radiative Effects Between Large-scale Datasets and In-situ Measurements over Greenland 11:05 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 152A
H52B. Global Floods: Forecasting, Monitoring, Risk Assessment, and Socioeconomic Response II
Friday, December 14 Oral H52B-04. Joint modeling of flood volume, duration and peak across the United States: Role of hydrogeomorphological drivers 11:05 am, Walter E Washington Convention Center 145A
PA52B. Science to Action: Accelerating Innovation of Applied Climate Science for Risk Reduction and Resilience—A New Role for the Sustained National Climate Assessment
Friday, December 14 Oral, Invited PA52B-06. Assessing Climate Information in Use Context 11:35 am, Marriott Marquis - Marquis 3-4
A53I. Arctic Energy Balance and Relevant Atmosphere and Surface Processes: Current Understanding and Challenges II Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster A53I-2608. A unified snow and sea ice radiative transfer algorithm in Earth System Models 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Friday, December 14 Poster A53I-2609. Impacts of spectrally resolved emissivity on the surface energy balance and state of Arctic sea ice 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A53J. Interactions Between Land Surface, Convective Boundary Layer, Clouds, and Aerosols: Linking Observations with Models II Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster A53J-2612. Heterogeneity in warm-season land-atmosphere coupling over the U.S. Southern Great Plains 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A53L. Role of Ocean–Atmosphere Interaction in Regional Climate Variability and Change III Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster A53L-2666. Comparisons of different AMO indexes and their global impacts 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
A53M. The Dynamics of the Large-Scale Atmospheric Circulation in Present and Future Climates: Jet Streams, Storm Tracks, Stationary Waves, and Monsoons IV Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster A53M-2698. Stationary Wave Mediated Remote Control of Amazonian Rainfall by Andean Latent Heating: Implications for Chronic Zonal Dipole Rainfall Biases in CMIP5 Simulations over South America 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
B53J. Tropical Forests Under a Changing Environment III Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster B53J-2177. Remote sensing and regression analysis of impacts from Hurricane Maria on forest of Puerto Rico 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Friday, December 14 Poster B53J-2182. Contribution of Tropical Forests to the Changes of Global Land Carbon Sink 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
Friday, December 14 Poster B53J-2198. Tree mortality and Extreme Rainfall in the Amazon 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
ED53E. Educating the Next Generation of Scientists: Interdisciplinary Education Bridging Geoscience and Data Science II Posters
Friday, December 14 Poster ED53E-0758. ClimateNet: bringing the power of Deep Learning to the climate community via open datasets and architectures 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Hall A-C (Poster Hall)
GC53A. Causes, Consequences, and Predictability of Polar Change I
Friday, December 14 Oral, Invited GC53A-01. Challenges and Recent Progress in Understanding High Latitude Climate Change 1:40 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center Salon C
H54A. Computational Methods and Tools for Model–Data Integration I
Friday, December 14 Oral, Invited H54A-02. Efficient Surrogate Modeling Methods to Advance Model-Data Integration 4:15 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 154AB
A54H. Mesoscale and Severe Convective Storms: Understanding, and Model Development and Evaluation III eLightning
Friday, December 14 Oral A54H-06. Factors contributing to bias and variability of stratiform precipitation properties with various cloud microphysics schemes for an MC3E Squall Line Case 4:16 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center eLightning Theater II
B54A. Emergent Behavior in the Terrestrial Carbon Cycle II
Friday, December 14 Oral, Invited B54A-03. Ecosystem memory alters the carbon cycle response to interannual climate variations 4:30 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150A
Friday, December 14 Oral B54A-05. Unifying land carbon cycle models 5:00 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 150A
A54F. Tropical Cyclones: Observations, Modeling, and Predictability V
Friday, December 14 Oral A54F-06. How strong is the relationship between the large-scale environment and tropical cyclone climatology in climate models? 5:15 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 143A-C
OS54B. Improved Observational and Modeling Skills to Understand the Hurricane and Winter Storm Induced Surge and Meteotsunami I
Friday, December 14 Oral OS54B-07. Modeling storm tide and inundation in the Greater New York City during Hurricane Sandy (2012) 5:30 pm, Walter E Washington Convention Center 102AB