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104th AMS Annual Meeting

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AMS 2024
Event Date
Sunday, January 28, 2024 at 12:00am - Thursday, February 1, 2024 at 11:59pm
Description

The 104th AMS Annual Meeting will take place from January 28 to February 1, 2024 in Baltimore, Maryland.

The theme for this meeting is "Living in a Changing Environment:" Climate change is an “all-hands-on-deck” moment for the AMS, which is recognized globally for the leading role it plays in supporting the weather, water, and climate enterprise. The goal of the 2024 AMS Annual Meeting is to leverage the society’s collective strengths so that our broad community can define the steps and scientific advances necessary to minimize the impacts of climate change, and to engage policy makers and the public in that work. An important aspect of this meeting will be to draw global attention to the multi-faceted issues surrounding climate science and services. 

Visit EESM's 2024 AMS Meeting Abstract Submission page to share EESM-related presentations. 

Funding Program Area(s)

Monday, January 29

Pure AI and Data-Driven Weather Forecasts I: Innovative Model Architectures and Applications
Monday, January 29 Oral 1A.6. Huge Ensembles (HENS) of Weather Extremes using the Fourier Forecasting Neural Network (FourCastNet) William D. Collins ; Ankur Mahesh ; Mike Pritchard ; Noah D. Brenowitz ; Yair Cohen ; Peter Harrington ; Karthik Kashinath ; Travis A. O'Brien ; Jaideep Pathak ; Shashank Subramanian 9:45am - 10:00am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 345/346
Toward Hydrologically Useful and Actionable Climate and Weather Model Output: Development, Evaluation, and Applications of Downscaling and Post-processing Methods
Monday, January 29 Oral J1B.6. Precipitation hazards viewed through "grey swan" tropical cyclones simulated by 3km Earth system models (Invited) Colin M. Zarzycki ; Corrine Nicole DeCiampa 9:45am - 10:00am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 340
Grid Operations and Energy Weather/Energy Resiliency: Extreme Weather and Climate Events II
Monday, January 29 Oral 2.4. Evaluating DOE's Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM) for Renewable Wind and Solar Energy Production Jean-Christophe Golaz ; Robert S. Arthur ; Matthew Signorotti ; Thomas Edmunds ; Hsiang-He Lee ; Jean-Paul Watson 11:30am - 11:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 347/348
Coastal Meteorological Processes II
Monday, January 29 Oral 2.5. Distinct Impacts of Global Warming on Mesoscale Convective Systems and Isolated Deep Convection in the Eastern United States Jianfeng Li ; Yun Qian ; L. Ruby Leung ; Weiran Liu ; Kai Zhang ; Paul Ullrich ; Lingcheng Li ; Ye Liu ; Huilin Huang ; Zeyu Xue 11:45am - 12:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 343
Subseasonal-to-Seasonal (S2S) III: Predictions and Predictability & Subseasonal-to-Seasonal (S2S) III: S2S Model Developments and Innovations
Monday, January 29 Oral J3.1. ENSO teleconnections to US winter precipitation extremes in DOE’s E3SM’s Multiscale Modeling Framework Configuration Salil Mahajan 1:45pm - 2:00pm; Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor - Holiday 6
Tropical Dynamics and Intraseasonal Variability II
Monday, January 29 Oral 3.2. Diagnosing the ocean response to tropical Pacific westerly wind events in CMIP6 models Charlotte A. DeMott ; Emily M. Riley Dellaripa ; Jingxuan Cui ; Eric D. Maloney 2:00pm - 2:15pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 342
Coastal Coupled Modeling for Compound Flooding I
Monday, January 29 Oral 3.2. Understanding Wind-Wave-Current Coupling on Hurricane Intensity and Coastal Impacts Alton Patrick Daley ; Shuyi S. Chen 2:00pm - 2:15pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 343
Aerosol-Cloud Interaction in Deep Convection II
Monday, January 29 Oral J3B.5. Key Notes on Investigating Aerosol Impacts on Deep Convective Clouds Jiwen Fan 2:45pm - 3:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 329
Posters I
Monday, January 29 Poster 131. Enhancing Predictability of Southern California Precipitation Using a Multi-Input Multi-Output Autoencoder Network Hannah Bao ; Linsey S. Passarella ; Salil Mahajan ; Maria J. Molina 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Monday, January 29 Poster 133. Exploring the Relative and Combined Contribution of the MJO and ENSO to Midlatitude Subseasonal Predictability with an Interpretable Neural Network William Anthony Manriquez ; William Eric Chapman ; Kirsten J Mayer 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Precipitation Processes and Observations for Atmospheric, Land Surface, and Hydrological Modeling - ePosters
Monday, January 29 Poster E19. Learning data fusion and atmospheric forcing corrections using a physics-informed, differentiable hydrologic model Kamlesh Arun Sawadekar ; Yalan Song ; Chaopeng Shen 3:50pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E

Tuesday, January 30

Interactions Among Climate, Radiation, Clouds, Aerosols, and Surface
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 5.1. Tibetan Plateau Snow Cover: Future Snowpack Loss and Connections to Extreme Events L. Ruby Leung 8:30am - 8:45am; Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor - Holiday 1-3
Tropical Cyclones and Climate I
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 5.1. Future Changes in Historically-Impactful Tropical Cyclone Events Using Convection-Permitting “Storyline” Simulations Christina M. Patricola ; Dakota C. Forbis ; Derrick K. Danso ; Emily Bercos-Hickey ; Jaison Kurian ; William A. Gallus ; Ping Chang ; I-I Lin ; Philip J. Klotzbach 8:30am - 8:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 342
Climate Links to Risk Modeling, Climate Disclosures, and Climate Regulation I
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 5.4. Understanding the Limits of Climate Prediction When Assessing Risk R. Saravanan 9:15am - 9:30am; Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor - Latrobe
Analysis and Modeling of Coastal Urban Environments
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 5.5. Isolating impacts of Urbanization and Lake Michigan on Chicago’s Climate and Heat Stress Disparities TC Chakraborty ; Jiali Wang ; Yun Qian ; William James Pringle ; Zhao Yang ; Pengfei Xue 9:30am - 9:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 343
Aerosol-Radiation Interactions I
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 7A.1. Quantifying the Range of the Dust Direct Radiative Effect Due to Source Mineralogy Uncertainty Longlei Li ; Natalie Mahowald ; Ron L. Miller ; Carlos Perez Garcia-Pando ; Martina Klose ; Douglas Hamilton ; María Gonçalves Ageitos ; Paul Ginoux ; Yves Balkanski ; Robert O. Green ; Olga Kalashnikova ; Jasper F. Kok ; Vincenzo Obiso ; David Paynter ; David R. Thompson 1:45pm - 2:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 328
El Niño Southern Oscillation: Dynamics, Predictions and Projections I
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 7B.4. MJO-Induced Warm Pool Eastward Extension and Onset of the 2023 El Niño Shuyi S. Chen ; Yakelyn Jauregui 2:15pm - 2:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 350
Formation and Impacts of Atmospheric Aerosols and Cloud Condensation Nuclei: Experiment, Observation, and Modeling
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 7B.3. Impact of New Particle Formation on the Anthropogenic Aerosol Forcing Estimate in E3SM Kai Zhang ; Jian Sun ; Shuaiqi Tang ; Bin Zhao ; Jerome D. Fast ; Hui Wan ; Balwinder Singh ; Guangxing Lin ; Hailong Wang ; Po-Lun Ma 2:30pm - 2:45pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 329
AI for Statistical Parameterization of Unresolved Processes in Earth System Models II
Tuesday, January 30 Oral J7A.4. A Neural Network Aerosol Optics Emulator for E3SM Andrew V. Geiss ; Po-Lun Ma ; Balwinder Singh 2:30pm - 2:45pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 345/346
Heat Waves: Mechanisms, Predictability, Prediction and Impacts  II
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 7A.5. On the Extratropical Influence of Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillation on Heat Extremes over Northwestern North America Sandro W. Lubis ; Ziming Chen ; Jian Lu ; Samson M. Hagos ; L. Ruby Leung 2:45pm - 3:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Ballroom III/ IV
Poster Session 2 - 37th Conference on Climate Variability and Change
Tuesday, January 30 Poster 308. Identifying Precursors of El Niño False Alarms Emily Faith Wisinski ; Maria J. Molina ; Michelle L. L'Heureux 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
16th Symposium on Aerosol Cloud Climate Interactions Posters II
Tuesday, January 30 Poster 467. ARM Ground-Based Cloud Simulators and Their Applications to E3SM Yuying Zhang ; Jingjing Tian ; Meng Zhang ; Shaocheng Xie 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Poster Session 1 - Sixth Special Symposium on Tropical Meteorology and Tropical Cyclones
Tuesday, January 30 Poster 531. Landfalling Tropical Cyclones: Directly Simulated vs. Statistically-Dynamically Downscaled Ana Josefa Bolivar ; Colin M. Zarzycki 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
16th Symposium on Aerosol Cloud Climate Interactions ePosters (Tuesday)
Tuesday, January 30 Poster E48. Evaluation of Aerosol-Cloud Interactions in Kilometer-Scale E3SM Meng Huang ; Po-Lun Ma ; Shuaiqi Tang ; Jianfeng Li 3:00pm - 3:40pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
40th Conference on Environmental Information Processing Technologies ePosters (Tuesday)
Tuesday, January 30 Poster E50. Workshop on Atmospheric and Urban Digital Twins Aditya Patel ; Dev Niyogi ; Zoltan Nagy ; Naveen Sudharsan ; Allysa Rose Dallmann ; Xinyue Ye ; L. Ruby Leung ; Douglas Rao ; Arushi Vashisht ; Rob Redmon ; Daniel Gerardo Aliaga ; Aditya Grover ; Tan Bui-Thanah ; Calvin Lin ; Zong-Liang Yang ; Falguni Patadia ; Harsh Kamath ; Maya Niyogi ; Manmeet Singh 3:40pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Sixth Symposium on Tropical Meteorology and Tropical Cyclones ePosters (Tuesday)
Tuesday, January 30 Poster E59. The El Niño-Southern Oscillation Modulation of Tropical Cyclones in CMIP6 Models Chia-Ying Lee ; Christina Francis ; Suzana J. Camargo ; Christina M. Patricola ; Christina Karamperidou 3:50pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Tropical Cyclones: Observations, Data Assimilation and Forecasting II
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 8.2. Influence of Local Water Vapor Analysis Uncertainty on Ensemble Forecasts of Tropical Cyclogenesis Initialized via All-Sky Infrared and Microwave Radiance-based Data Assimilation Christopher M. Hartman ; Falko Judt ; Xingchao Chen 4:45pm - 5:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 342
Heat Waves: Mechanisms, Predictability and Prediction III
Tuesday, January 30 Oral 8A.5. Contribution of Changes in Temperature Mean, Variability and Persistence to Heat Wave Occurrence in Urban Environments Dan Li ; Weilin Liao ; Linying Wang 5:30pm - 5:45pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Ballroom III/ IV

Wednesday, January 31

Tropical Cyclones and Climate II
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 9.1. Near-Term Tropical Cyclone Risk and Coupled Earth System Model Biases (Invited Presentation) Adam H. Sobel ; Chia-Ying Lee ; Steven Bowen ; Suzana J. Camargo ; Mark A. Cane ; Amy C. Clement ; Boniface Fosu ; Megan Hart ; Kevin A. Reed ; Richard Seager ; Michael K. Tippett 8:30am - 8:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 342
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 9.3. Tropical Cyclone Asymmetry and Wind Shear Interactions Under Global Warming in a Variable-Resolution Climate Model Jacob Carstens ; Anthony C. Didlake ; Colin M. Zarzycki 9:00am - 9:15am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 342
Improvements to Subseasonal-to-Seasonal (S2S) Predictions Using Novel Statistical and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) Methods I
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 9A.1. When Machine Learning Objectives Compete for Improved Subseasonal Bias Correction, Who Wins? Maria J. Molina ; Katie Dagon ; John Schreck ; Jhayron S Perez-Carrasquilla ; Kirsten J Mayer ; Negin Sobhani ; David John Gagne ; Imme Ebert-Uphoff ; Christopher Metzler ; Gerald Allen Meehl 8:30am - 8:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 345/346
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 9A.3. Sea Surface Salinity Provides Subseasonal Predictability for Forecasts of Opportunity of U.S. Summertime Precipitation Marybeth Arcodia ; Elizabeth A. Barnes ; Paul J. Durack ; Patrick Keys ; Juliette Rocha 9:00am - 9:15am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 345/346
Atmospheric Ice-Nucleating Particles and Ice Formation Processes in Clouds II
Wednesday, January 31 Oral J9B.1. Quantifying Contribution of Agricultural Soil Dust to Global INP Concentrations and Its Climate Effect (Invited Presentation) Xiaohong Liu ; Yang Shi ; Zachary Fruits 8:30am - 8:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 329
Impacts of Climate Change on the Coastal Environment
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 10.1. Coastal Flooding in a Changing Climate and Rising Seas: Takes More Than a Village to Meet the Grand Challenge (Core Science Keynote) Shuyi S. Chen 10:45am - 11:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 343
Improvements to Subseasonal-to-Seasonal (S2S) Predictions Using Novel Statistical and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) Methods II
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 10A.2. An Earth-System-Oriented View of the S2S Predictability of Weather Regimes Jhayron S Perez-Carrasquilla ; Maria J. Molina 11:00am - 11:15am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 345/346
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 10A.4. Identifying Tropical State-Dependent Biases Relevant to Midlatitude Subseasonal Predictability with Explainable Neural Networks Kirsten J Mayer ; Katie Dagon ; Maria J. Molina 11:30am - 11:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 345/346
Winter Weather in a Warming World II
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 10B.2. Diagnosing Mid-Atlantic Icing Events and their Projected Changes in Earth System Models using Self-Organizing Maps Michelle Gore ; Colin M. Zarzycki ; Melissa Gervais 11:00am - 11:15am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 350
The Fifth National Climate Assessment: Centering Science and People
Wednesday, January 31 Oral J10.5. The Physical Sciences Update in the Fifth National Climate Assessment Benjamin D Hamlington ; L. Ruby Leung ; Kate Marvel ; Wenying Su ; Adam Terando ; Roberto Delgado ; Renu Joseph ; George Tselioudis ; Sarah Aarons ; Lori M. Bruhwiler ; Abhishek Chatterjee ; Benjamin Cook ; Clara Deser ; Margaret Garcia ; Alex Hall ; Zeke Hausfather ; Katharine Hayhoe ; Deanna A. Hence ; Andrew J. Hoell ; Forrest M. Hoffman ; Elizabeth Jewett ; Stephen A. Klein ; Vaishali Naik ; Angeline G. Pendergrass ; Alex Robel ; Deepti Singh ; Claudia Tebaldi ; Aradhna Tripati ; Paul Ullrich ; Russell Vose ; Michael F. Wehner 11:45am - 12:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Ballroom I
Explaining Extreme Events from a Climate Perspective III
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 11A.1. Why Record-Breaking Extreme Precipitation events tend to occur over Land than Ocean under Global Warming? William K.M. Lau ; Kyu-Myong Kim ; Bryce Harrop ; L. Ruby Leung 1:45pm - 2:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Ballroom III/ IV
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 11A.4. Diverse Impacts of Global Warming on Derechos in the United States Jianfeng Li ; L. Ruby Leung ; Paul Ullrich ; Zhe Feng ; Jiwen Fan ; Yun Qian ; Cameron R. Homeyer 2:30pm - 2:45pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Ballroom III/ IV
Flash Drought Monitoring, Predictability, and Impacts in a Changing Climate II
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 11A.2. Soil-based Flash Drought Identification and Prediction Guiling Wang ; Koushan Mohammadi 2:00pm - 2:15pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 318/319
Core Science Keynote Session
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 11.3. Aerosols in Earth System Modeling: Developments, Challenges, and Impacts on Radiation-Clouds-Climate (Core Science Keynote) Xiaohong Liu 2:35pm - 3:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 328
Extreme Precipitation - Posters II
Wednesday, January 31 Poster 550. Emergent Relationship Between Extreme Precipitation and Temperature: E3SM Performance and the Impact of Spatial Resolution. Faisal Mohammad Alvee ; Guiling Wang ; Xiaoming Sun ; L. Ruby Leung ; Huancui Hu 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Wednesday, January 31 Poster 551. Mountains influence future changes in precipitation flashiness across the western US Matthew Koszuta ; Nicholas T. Siler ; David Rupp ; L. Ruby Leung 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Poster Session 3 - 37th Conference on Climate Variability and Change
Wednesday, January 31 Poster 577. 3.5 Inches per Hour: Non Stationary Extreme Precipitation Probabilities Under a Changing Climate in New York City Carolien Mossel ; Naresh Devineni ; James F. Booth ; Spencer A. Hill 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Posters in the 14th Symposium on Advances in Modeling and Analysis Using the Programming Languages of Open Science
Wednesday, January 31 Poster 734. Icosahedral Snyder Equal Area DGGs-based Flow Routing Datasets for the Amazon Basin Chang Liao ; Darren Engwirda 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Atmospheric Rivers: Processes, Impacts, and Communicating Uncertainty II
Wednesday, January 31 Oral J12B.2. Analyzing Atmospheric River Reforecasts: Error Patterns and Synoptic-Scale Settings Greta Katherine Easthom ; Gary M. Lackmann ; Maria J. Molina ; Laurel DeHaan ; Jason M. Cordeira ; Sawyer Dylan Smith 4:45pm - 5:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 350
Wednesday, January 31 Oral J12B.6. QBO’s Modulation of the Global Atmospheric River Activities Kai Huang ; Christine A. Shields ; Jadwiga H. Richter ; Kirsten Hall ; Yuanpu Li 5:45pm - 6:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 350
Aerosol-Cloud Interactions in Mixed-Phase Clouds
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 12B.4. Evaluation of Simulated High Latitude Mixed-Phase Clouds in E3SMv2 Using CALIPSO and ARM Observations in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres Meng Zhang ; Shaocheng Xie ; Xiaohong Liu ; Wuyin Lin ; Damao Zhang ; Jean-Christophe Golaz ; Xue Zheng ; Kai Zhang ; Yuying Zhang 5:15pm - 5:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 329
Use of Satellite Data in Precipitation and Extreme Event Forecasting
Wednesday, January 31 Oral J12B.4. A High Resolution Tropical Mesoscale Convective System Reanalysis (TMeCSR; “tea-mixer”) Man-Yau (Joseph) Chan ; Xingchao Chen ; L. Ruby Leung 5:15pm - 5:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 316
Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling and Links to Climate across Time Scales
Wednesday, January 31 Oral 12A.5. Representation and Predictability of Stratospheric Wave Reflection Events in Subseasonal Forecast Models Jason C. Furtado ; Oliver T. Millin 5:30pm - 5:45pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Ballroom III/ IV

Thursday, February 1

Aerosol-Cloud Interactions in Warm Clouds I
Thursday, February 1 Oral 13B.3. Toward credible predictions of aerosol-cloud interactions in Earth system models Po-Lun Ma 9:00am - 9:15am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 329
Thursday, February 1 Oral 13B.5. A Large Eddy Simulation Library of Liquid Clouds to Enable Aerosol-Cloud-Turbulence Interaction Studies Colleen M. Kaul ; Kyle Pressel ; Po-Lun Ma ; Meng Huang ; Shuaiqi Tang ; Mikhail Ovchinnikov ; Xiaojian Zheng ; Xiquan Dong ; Jerome Fast 9:30am - 9:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 329
Atmospheric, Ocean, Land Ice, and/or Sea Ice Physical Processes
Thursday, February 1 Oral 13.5. How Well Do Atmospheric Models Represent the Arctic Boundary Layer?A Multi-Model Evaluation of Arctic Boundary Layer Simulations Using Observations From MOSAiC John J. Cassano ; Gina Jozef ; Amy B. Solomon ; Janet Intrieri ; Gijs de Boer ; Mark W. Seefeldt 9:30am - 9:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 326
African Climate Change and Variability I
Thursday, February 1 Oral 13B.5. Synchronization of the Recent East African Long Rains Decline and Northwestern Asian Warming Samson M. Hagos ; Po-Lun Ma ; Sandro W. Lubis ; Karthik Balaguru ; Pengfei Shi ; Oluwayemi Garuba ; L. Ruby Leung 9:30am - 9:45am; The Baltimore Convention Center - 350
Multiyear to Decadal Climate Variability: Mechanisms, Predictability and Prediction II
Thursday, February 1 Oral 15A.1. Identifying the Cross-Season Mechanisms of Ocean-Atmosphere-Land Interaction Driving the Progressive Aridification of the American Southwest Richard Seager ; Mingfang Ting ; Patrick Alexander ; Jennifer Nakamura ; Haibo Liu ; Cuihua Li 1:45pm - 2:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Ballroom III/ IV
Climate Variability, Change and Predictability/Prediction in the Polar Regions I
Thursday, February 1 Oral 15.4. Increasing Importance of Poleward Moisture Transport and Rainfall Sourced from North America for Arctic Sea Ice Loss Ian Baxter ; Qinghua Ding ; Hailong Wang ; Marika M. Holland ; Thomas J. Ballinger 2:30pm - 2:45pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 326
Thursday, February 1 Oral 15.5. Bjerknes Compensation in a Changing Climate Prajvala Kishore Kurtakoti ; Thomas W. Haine ; Anand Gnanadesikan ; Milena Veneziani 2:45pm - 3:00pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 326
Polar Meteorology and Oceanography Special Symposium Poster Session
Thursday, February 1 Poster 1015. Antarctic Atmospheric River Response to Modes of Variability in Future Climates Christine A. Shields ; Michelle Maclennan ; Nan Rosenbloom ; Jean-Christophe Golaz 3:00pm - 4:30pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - Hall E
Climate Variability, Change and Predictability/Prediction in the Polar Regions II
Thursday, February 1 Oral 16.1. Arctic Sea Ice Loss and Near-Surface Wind Speed Changes Related to Surface Roughness with the Community Earth System Model Alice DuVivier ; Stephen Jackson Vavrus ; Marika M. Holland ; Laura Landrum ; Christine A. Shields ; Rudradutt Gurudatt Thaker 4:30pm - 4:45pm; The Baltimore Convention Center - 326