Thursday- the Contemporary Period


Keeling, C.D., R.B. Bacastow, and T.P. Whorf: INTERPRETATION OF SEASONAL, BIENNIAL, DECADAL, AND SECULAR CHANGES IN THEATMOSPHERIC CO2 , C, oral

Enting, I.G.: THE ROLE OF INVERSIONS IN GREENHOUSE GAS STUDIES , C, oral

Keeling, Ralph F.: THE INTERHEMISPHERIC GRADIENT IN ATMOSPHERIC O2/N2 AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THECARBON CYCLE , C, oral

Orr, J.C., P. Monfray, E. Maier-Reimer, U. Mikolajewicz, J. L. Sarmiento,N. K. Taylor, and J. R. Toggweiler: THE OCEAN CARBON-CYCLE MODEL INTERCOMPARISON PROJECT , C, oral

Otto, R. D, et. al. VALIDATING TERRESTRIAL CARBON CYCLE MODELS THROUGH OBSERVATIONS OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 VARIATIONS: FIRST RESULTS OF A MODEL INTERCOMPARISON STUDY, C, oral

Sellers, P.J., L. Bounoua , G. J. Collatz , D. A. Randall, D. Dazlich , S.Los , J. Berry , I. Fung, J. Tucker, C. Field: GLOBAL MODELING OF SHORT- TO MID-TERM RESPONSES OF THE TERRESTRIALBIOSPHERE TO INCREASING ATMOSPHERIC CO2 , C, oral

LAVAL: THE EFFECT ON CLIMATE OF DEFORESTATION AND DESERTIFICATION, C, oral

Ciret, C. and A. Henderson-Sellers: COUPLING VEGETATION INTO GLOBAL CHANGE MODELS , C, oral

Oglesby, Robert J., Anthony J. Jakeman, David A. Post, Sergei Schreider,Zengquan Fan, David P. Hansen, John A. Taylor and Jay W. Larson: COUPLING AREGIONAL PRECIPITATION RUNOFF MODEL TO GLOBAL AND REGIONAL CLIMATE MODELS, C, oral

Zhang, H. and A. Henderson-Sellers: TROPICAL DEFORESTATION: REGIONAL INTERACTIONS OF CLIMATE AND ECOSYSTEM, 1C, C

Zhou, Guangsheng and Xinshi Zhang: CLIMATE-VEGETATION INTERACTION FOR GLOBAL CHANGE , 2C, C

Sykes, M.T., D.T. Price, I.C. Prentice and M.J. Apps: CARBON STORAGE IN BOREAL FORESTS , 3C, C

Cramer, W., H. Bugmann and M. Pl94chl: A GLOBAL VEGETATION MODEL USING PLANT FUNCTIONAL TYPES , 4C, C

Christensen, T.R., J. Kaplan, A. Haxeltine, S. Sitch and I. C. Prentice: MODELLING NET ECOSYSTEM PRODUCTION AND METHANE EXCHANGE IN NORTHERNWETLANDS , 5C, C

Badeck, F.-W., J. Kindermann, G. H. Kohlmaier: INTERANNUAL VARIATION OF CARBON EXCHANGE FLUXES IN TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS, 6C, C

Pandy, J. S. and P. Khanna: ISSUES RELATED TO BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES AND MODELLING OF NUTRIENT CYCLING IN WETLANDS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GREENHOUSE EFFECT , 7C, C

Oliveira, K.: MAPPING AND MEASURING BIOMASS BURNING AND SMOKE PALLS OVER THE AMAZON BASIN, 8C, C

Nobre, Carlos A.: THE LARGE SCALE BIOSPHERE-ATMOSPHERE EXPERIMENT IN AMAZONIA (LBA), 9C, C

Kortelainen, P. and S. Saukkonen: RUNOFF, TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON AND TOTAL NITROGEN LEACHING FROM FORESTEDCATCHMENTS IN FINLAND SINCE THE 1960's , 10C, C

Kolb, E., K. E. Rehfuess: THE INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE NITROGEN BUDGET OF FOREST SOILS, 11C, C

Dye, D. G.: INTERANNUAL VARIATION IN PAR IN TROPICAL FOREST REGIONS AND ITS POTENTIALEFFECT ON PRIMARY PRODUCTION , 12C, C

Gilmanov, T.G.: NEW ESTIMATES OF CARBON STOCK AND EXCHANGE IN TUNDRA BIOME WORLDWIDE, 13C, C

Moore et al.: GLOBAL NET PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY: RESULTS OF THE POTSDAM '95 IGBP NPP MODEL INTERCOMPARISON WORKSHOP, 14C, C

Fischer, Alberte, PIK, Potsdam, Germany & the participants in "POTSDAM '95" GLOBAL NET PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY: Results of the POTSDAM '95 IGBP NPP Model Intercomparison Workshop (GAIM-DIS-GCTE) Potsdam, Germany, June 20-22, 1995., 14Ca, C

Churkina, G. and S.W. Running: TESTING THE ASSUMPTION OF WATER BALANCE LIMITS CONTROLLING GLOBAL NPP: FROMTHE POTSDAM-95 MODEL INTER-COMPARISONS, 15C, C

Maisongrande, P. A.Ruimy, P.Ciais, and G.Dedieu: MODELING OF GLOBAL NET ECOSYSTEM PRODUCTIVITY AND SENSITIVITY TOINTERANNUAL CLIMATE FLUCTUATIONS , 16C, C

Xiao, Xianming, and Chen Zuozhong: DYNAMICS OF PRIMARY PRODUCTION AND SOIL ORGANIC MATTER OF TYPICAL STEPPE IN THE XILIN RIVER BASIN OF INNER MONGOLIA AND THEIR RESPONSE TO CLIMATECHANGE , 17C, C

Kergoat, L., A. Ruimy, P. Maisongrande, G. Dedieu and B. Saugier: A MODEL OF GLOBAL SCALE LAI AND PHOTOSYNTHESIS, COMPARISON WITH REMOTELYSENSED PAR ABSORPTION EFFICIENCY AND PHOTOSYTHESIS , 18C, C

Thompson, M.V., J. T. Randerson, C. B. Field, and C. M. Malmstrom: CONSTRAINING TERRESTRIAL NET PRIMARY PRODUCTION FROM ESTIMATES OFHISTORICAL PLANT CARBON UPTAKE , 19C, C

Selvarajan, M., V. Jayaraman and M. G. Chandrasekhar: REMOTE SENSING BASED SIMULATION MODELS FOR EVALUATING HYDROLOGICVARIABILITIES ON RICE PRODUCTION , 20C, C

Shyam, R., R. Chaturvedi and P.V. Sane: ENHANCED UV-B EFFECTS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND BIOPRODUCTIVITY OF THREECULTIVARS OF WHEAT (Triticum aestivum), 21C, C

Prikhod'ko, V. EFFECT OF IRRIGATION ON PLANT PRODUCTIVITY IN RUSSIA , 22C, C

Kettunen, A. V. Kaitala, J. Alm, J. Silvola, H. Nykdnen and P. J.Martikainen: DYNAMICS OF METHANE EMISSIONS IN A BOREAL PEATLAND , 23C, C

Prince, Stephen D.: GLOBAL PRIMARY PRODUCTION DATA INITIATIVE, 24C, C

Yajnik K. and M.K Sharada : MODELLING OF PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY IN ARABIAN SEA , 25C, C

Dugdale, R. and F. Wilkerson: MODELING CHANGES IN OCEAN NEW PRODUCTION , 26C, C

Taylor, Arnold H.: LATITUDINAL SHIFTS OF THE GULF STREAM AND PLANKTON ABUNDANCES IN THE UK ANDITS SURROUNDING SEAS: CLIMATIC CONNECTIONS ACROSS THE NORTH ATLANTIC, 27C, C

Ryabchenko, V.A., M.J.R.Fasham and V.A.Gorchakov: SIMULATING SURFACE CHLOROPHYLL DISTRIBUTION IN THE INDIAN OCEAN AS AVALIDATION OF A 3-D BIOGEOCHEMICAL-HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL , 28C, C

Obata, A.: STUDY OF BASIN-SCALE OCEAN CIRCULATION RELATED TO GLOBAL CHLOROPHYL DISTRIBUTION, 29C, C

Yakushev, E.V. and G.E. Mikhailovsky: MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF THE CARBON DIOXIDE OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE FLUXVARIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH ROLE OF POLAR MARINE BIOTA AS POSITIVEFEEDBACK IN GLOBAL CARBON CYCLE , 30C, C

Ram, M.Jiyalal: DIURNAL VARIATION ON PHYTOPLANKTON PRIMARY PRODUCTIVITY AND OTHER RELATEDPARAMETERS AT THE ICE-EDGE OF ANTARCTICA , 31C, C

Campbell, J.W., G. M. Weiss, and S. R. Gaudreau: A STATISTICAL APPROACH TO SCALING BIOGEOCHEMICAL FLUXES IN THE OCEAN USINGSATELLITE DATA , 32C, C

Brown, C.W. and W. E. Esaias: DEFINING THE OCEANIC TRANSITION ZONE , 33C, C

Pereskokov, A.I.: VENTILATION OF OCEAN THERMOCLINE BY SALT FINGERS CONVECTION , 35C, C

Bendtsen, J. and G. Shaffer: VERTICAL EXCHANGE AND REDFIELD RATIOS ALONG NEUTRAL SURFACES , 36C, C

Sastri, A.S.R.A.S and A.K. Srivastava: REGIONAL TELECONNECTIONS OF RAINFALL WITH ENSO - A CASE STUDY FORCHHATTISGARH REGION OF CENTRAL INDIA , 37C, C

Anyamba, Assaf and J. Ronald Eastman: SPATIO-TEMPORAL LINKAGES BETWEEN NDVI AND EL NINO OSCILLATION (ENSO) OVER AFRICA , 38C, C

Christian, J.R. and D.M. Karl: CARBON FLUXES IN THE SUBTROPICAL NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN , 39C, C

Boubnov, P.V.: BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC FACTORS OF THE CARBON SYSTEM COMPONENTS VARIABILITY INTHE NORTH ATLANTIC , 40C, C

Garcia, Carlos J.: CLIMATIC VARIATIONS IN THE SHELF SEA SOUTHWEST CUBA, 41C, C

Hofmann, M., D. Wolf-Gladrow, U. Riebesell, K. Six, E. Maier-Reimer: QUANTITATIVE MODELING OF CARBON ISOTOPE DISTRIBUTION IN THE OCEAN , 42C, C

Lefevre, N.: OBJECTIVE MAPPING OF THE SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF THE OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE PCO2DIFFERENCE IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC OCEAN , 43C, C

Yakushev, E.V., L.N.Neretin and N.V.Vakulenko: MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS FORMATION IN NATURAL WATERSAS AN EXAMPLE OF THE BLACK SEA , 44C, C

de Kock, A. C., C. R. Anderson, and C. Labuschagne: HALOCARBON AND ALKYL NITRATE DISTRIBUTION ALONG THE SOUTH-EAST COAST OFSOUTHERN AFRICA , 45C, C

Zhu, J.R. and H.T. Shen: NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE IMPACT OF BAROCLINE ETC. ON THE DISPERSION OFTHE YANGTZE RIVER DILUTED WATER , 46C, C

Zhang, J.: NATION-WIDE RIVER CHEMISTRY: CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS AND HISTORICAL TRENDS, 47C, C

Xu, Yi-Jun: MODELLING OF THROUGHFALL BASED ON CANOPY WATER BALANCE , 48C, C

Alm, J., R. Weiss, R. Laiho and J. Laine: MODELLING OF MOISTURE RETENTION IN PEAT SOILS , 49C, C

Nakayama, Y., S. Tanaka, K. Endo and Y. Suga: MONITORING CHANGES OF LAKE WATER AND VEGETATION AREA IN ARID LANDS, 50C, C

Becker, A. and V. Krysanova: PROGRESS IN LARGE SCALE HYDROLOGICAL MODELLING , 51C, C

Al-Kharabsheh, H.: DETERIORATION OF LANDUSE DUE TO HUMAN ACTIVITIES IN AMMAN AREA , 52C, C

Gao Suhua and Mao Fei: A STUDY ON THE SOIL MOISTURE CONDITION IN NORTH CHINA , 53C, C

Girard, P., L. Moreira-Nordemann and N. Ri Poppi: DEPOSITION RATES OF BIOGENIC IONS FROM BIOMASS BURNING IN THE BRAZILIAN SAVANNA , 54C, C

Cousins, S., P. Ferreras, N. de la Ville: TOP PREDATORS AS A GLOBAL BIOTIC MEASUREMENT SYTEMS, 55C, C

Tyson, P.D., M. Garstang and R. Swap: GLOBAL IMPACT OF AFRICAN AEROSOLS, PART I: THREE-DIMENSIONAL TRANSPORTSFROM SOUTHERN AFRICA , 56C, C

Garstang, M., R. Swap, S. Ulanski and P.D. Tyson: GLOBAL IMPACT OF AFRICAN AEROSOLS, PART II: SEASONAL DISTRIBUTIONS ANDRADIATIVE BALANCES , 57C, C

Ajavon, Ajit N.:SPECIES INFLUENCING ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY IN TROPICAL AFRICA , 58C, C

Slemr, F., W. Junkermann, R.W.H. Schmidt and R. Sladkovic: INDICATIONS OF CHANGE IN GLOBAL AND REGIONAL TRENDS OF ATMOSPHERIC MERCURYCONCENTRATIONS , 59C, C

Wilson, J.J.N. and A. Saltelli: THE PARAMETERIZATION OF SULPHATE AEROSOL POPULATION DYNAMICS , 60C, C

Oechel, Walter C., Steven J. Hastings and George Vourlitis: PATTERNS OF TRACE GAS FLUX OVER ARCTIC LANDSCAPES , 61C, C

Monson, R.K., M.T. Lerdau, M.E. Litvak: ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONTROLS OVER PLANT HYDROCARBON EMISSIONS:IMPLICATIONS FOR ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND CLIMATE CHANGE , 62C, C

Heimann, M., K. Six, W. Knorr, C. D. Keeling, R. Keeling, and M. Wahlen: CONSTRAINING COMPREHENSIVE GLOBAL CARBON CYCLE MODELS ON THE SEASONALTIMESCALE THROUGH ATMOSPHERIC CARBON CYCLE TRACERS , 63C, C

Bousquet, P., P.Ciais, M.Ramonet, P.Monfray, Y.Balkanski: INFERRED SOURCES AND SINKS OF CO2 USING 2-D AND 3-D ATMOSPHERIC TRANSPORTMODEL , 64C, C

Law, T.M., P.J. Rayner and I.G.Enting: A COMPARISON OF MODELLED CO2 DISTRIBUTIONS ARISING FROM PRESCRIBED SOURCES, 65C, C

Hunt, E. R. Jr., S. C. Piper, R. Nemani, C. D. Keeling, R. Otto, and S. W.Running: GLOBAL NET CARBON EXCHANGE AND INTRA-ANNUAL ATMOSPHERIC CO2 CONCENTRATIONSPREDICTED BY AN ECOSYSTEM PROCESS MODEL AND THREE-DIMENSIONAL ATMOSPHERICTRANSPORT MODEL , 66C, C

Mugedo, James Z.A.: THE ROLE OF TERMITES IN GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC METHANE BUDGET , 67C, C

Namaratne, S.Y. and A. Kuruppu: METHANE EMISSIONS IN SRI LANKA: A 20 YEAR PERSPECTIVE , 68C, C

Paul, D.K., V.R. Deshpande, V.R. Mujumdar, S.P. Ghanekar, U.V. Bhide and T.C. Chen: FLUCTUATION OF ORGANISED CONVECTION WITHIN THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCEZONE DURING NORTHERN SUMMER - A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, 69C, C

Piper, S.: ATMOSPHERIC C13/C12 AND THE GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION OF CARBON DIOXIDE SOURCESAND SINKS , 70C, C

Rudolf, B. and U. Schneider: INTERCOMPARISON OF LARGE-SCALE PRECIPITATION DERIVED FROM CONVENTIONALLYMEASURED DATA, SATELLITE OBSERVATIONS AND NUMERICAL MODELS , 71C, C

Martin, T.J., B.G. Gardiner, D.D. Wynn-Williams: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE UV RADIATION ENVIRONMENT IN ANTARCTICA AND ITSEFFECTS ON THE TERRESTRIAL ANTARCTIC BIOSPHERE , 72C, C

Otto, R.D. and G.H. Kohlmaier: DATA REQUIREMENTS FOR GLOBAL DAILY OR HOURLY CARBON AND WATER CYCLE MODELS, 73C, C

Belchansky, Gennady I., Ilia N. Mordvintsev and Gregory K.Ovchinnikov: ASSESSING VARIABILITY AND TRENDS IN ARCTIC SEA ICE DISTRIBUTION USING THESATELLITE DATA , 74C, C

Gutman, G. and A. Ignatov: ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF GLOBAL MULTIANNUAL SATELLITE DATA OVER LAND, 75C, C

Hesshaimer, V. and I. Levin: CONSTRAINTS ON THE CLOBAL CARBON CYCLE DERIVED FROM ATMOSPHERIC RADIOCARBON OBSERVATIONS. , 76C, C

Kozoderov, V.: INFORMATION AND MATHEMATICAL ASPECTS OF PREDICTABILITY PROBLEMS OF GLOBALCHANGE , 77C, C

Costa, M.: TOMS RESULTS IN BRAZIL, 78C, C

Kripalani, R.H.: GLOBAL ANALYSIS OF NIMBUS-7 SNOW MASS, NORTHERN HEMISPHERE TEMPERATURE ANOMALIES, SEA LEVEL PRESSURE AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH INDIAN SUMMER MONSOONRAINFALL , 79C, C

Risch, J.S., and Rykiel, E.J.: MULTIRESOLUTION TERRAIN MODELLING FOR COUPLED SIMULATION DATA INTEGRATIONAND VISUALIZATION , 80C, C

Hutchison, M.: PARAMETERIZATION OF DAILY RAINFALL FOR ASSESSMENT OF CLIMATE CHANGE, 81C, C

SCHMULLIUS, C.: CAPABILITIES OF SPACEBORNE RADAR DATA FOR GLOBAL MONITORING- REULTS FROM ERS-1 SAR AND SCATTEROMETER INSTRUMENTS AND THE SAR-C/X-SAR SHUTTLE RADAR LABORATORY MISSIONS, 82C, C

Hofmann, D.J.: THE USA/NOAA PROGRAM OF GLOBAL MONITORING OF CLIMATE FORCING , 83C, C

Knorrenschild, M., R. Lenz, S. Gayler, A. Kaune, W. Sinowski: UFIS -- INFORMATION ON ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH , 84C, C

Natarajan, K.: GREENSATs A GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR MONITORING CLIMATE CHANGE , 85C, C

Wilson, J.J.N.: THE GAW WORLD DATA CENTRE FOR AEROSOLS , 86C, C

Beran, M.: THE UK TIGER PROGRAMME - NATIONAL THINKING AND GLOBAL MODELLING , 87C, C

Milanova, Elena V.: GLOBAL LANDSCAPE GIS AND DATABASE , 88C, C


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