Wednesday- Global Systems Integration


Bengtsson, L. THE PHYSICAL CLIMATE SUBSYSTEM AND CLIMATE CHANGE., ES, oral

Lelieveld, L. CHEMESTRY CHANGES IN THE TROPOSPHERE SINCE PRE-INDUSTRIAL TIMES., ES, oral

Jerry M. Melillo: Terrestrial Biosphere-Atmosphere System: A Challenge for IGBP and WCRP , ES, oral

Woodward, F. I., Leel, S. I., Lomas, M., Cox, P. DYNAMIC VEGETATION WITHIN A WORLD OF CHANGING CLIMATE. , ES, oral

Sarmiento, J.: THE RELATIVE ROLES OF CO2 SOLUBILITY, BIOLOGY, AND ANTHROPOGENIC CARBON IN DETERMINING THE OCEANIC CARBON DISTRIBUTION, ES, oral

Ogana, W.: INTEGRATING AFRICA IN GLOBAL CHANGE MODELLING, ES, oralSTART

Matthews, E.: GLOBAL DATA BASES ON LITTER PRODUCTION, POOLS AND LIFETIMES , 1ES, ES

Mulligan, Mark and John B. Thornes: KEY SOIL SUB-SURFACE PARAMETERS FOR MODELLING VEGETATION RESPONSE TO GLOBALCHANGE PROCESSES , 2ES, ES

GROSSMAN, W., A. HITZ, AND M. ANTONOVSKY: A MODELLING ENVIRONMENT FOR ANALYZING IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON VEGETATION, 3ES, ES

Atanassov, D.G.: NON-STATIONARY NUMERICAL MODEL OF RADIATION AND TEMPERATURE REGIME OF SOIL-VEGETATION-ATMOSPHERE SYSTEM , 4ES, ES

Mabuchi, K., Y. Sato, H. Kida, N. Saigusa and T. Oikawa: DEVELOPMENT AND TESTS OF THE BIOSPHERE-ATMOSPHERE INTERACTION MODEL (BAIM) FOR USE WITHIN PHYSICAL CLIMATE MODELS , 5ES, ES

Siegel, E., M. Kandlikar and H. Dowlatabadi: MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF VEGETATION-CLIMATE INTERACTIONS USING NEURALNETWORKS AND GENERALIZED LOGIT MODELS , 6ES, ES

Sitch, S., I.C. Prentice, A. Haxeltine: TOWARDS A GENERIC MODEL OF TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEM DYNAMICS , 7ES, ES

Sweda, T., T. Kodaira and A. Kitoh: GLOBAL VEGETATION CHANGE IN RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE DUE TO DOUBLINGATMOSPHERIC CARBON DIOXIDE , 8ES, ES

Shugart, H.H. and W. R. Emanuel: THE IMPORTANCE OF STRUCTURE IN UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL CHANGE , 9ES, ES

Haxeltine, A. and I. C. Prentice: BIOME2: A COUPLED CARBON AND WATER FLUX MODEL TO PREDICT GLOBAL VEGETATIONSTRUCTURE AND FUNCTION , 10ES, ES

Geevan, C.P.: A FOUR BIOME MODEL FOR CARBON EMISSIONS FROM WETLANDS AND ASSOCIATED BIOMES, 11ES, ES

Dickinson, R., L. Graumlich, and R. Bryant: INTERACTIONS BETWEEN GLOBAL HYDROLOGICAL AND CARBON CYCLES , 12ES, ES

Johnson, Donald R., Tom Zapotocny, Philip Politowicz, Allen Lenzen, ToddSchaack, Fred Reames and Zhuojian Yuan: GLOBAL ISENTROPIC MODELING AND PERSPECTIVES OF HYDROLOGIC ANDBIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES RELEVANT TO CLIMATE CHANGE , 13ES, ES

Haugan, P.M., L. Lundberg and J.L. Sarmiento: EFFECTS OF THE HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE ON CARBON FLUXES , 14ES, ES

Gutowski, Jr., W., C. VEErEEsmarty, M. Person, Z. F4tles, B. Fekete and J.York: MODELING COUPLED LAND-ATMOSPHERE HYDROLOGIC PROCESSES , 15ES, ES

Vorosmarty, C., B.J. Peterson, B. Fekete and A. Schloss: THE ROLE OF DRAINAGE BASIN DYNAMICS IN EMERGING EARTH SYSTEM MODELS, 16ES, ES

SHMAKIN, A. AND S. BULANOV: USAGE OF RELIEF DISSECTION DATA FOR REGIONAL HYDROCLIMATOLOGICAL CALCULATION ADN CLIMATE MODELLING, 17ES, ES

Denning, A. S. and D. A. Randall: PROGNOSTIC SIMULATION OF ATMOSPHERIC CO2 IN A GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL-EFFECTS OF CORRELATIONS BETWEEN SURFACE FLUXES AND TRANSPORT , 18ES, ES

Taylor, J.A.: TOWARDS INCORPORATING A MODEL OF THE CARBON CYCLE IN A GLOBAL CLIMATE MODEL, 19ES, ES

Nemry, B., L. Francois, P. Warnant, B. Hubert and J.-C. Gerard: GLOBAL CARBON CYCLE MODELLING:NON-LINEAR PROCESSES AND UPSCALING METHOD, 20ES, ES

Sitaraman, A., A.Vinodkumar, R.B.Oza, and T.M.Krishnamoorthy: APPLICATION OF PARAMETRIC STUDIES USING LIMITED AREA MODEL IN GLOBAL SCALE MODELS , 21ES, ES

Stepanenko, S.R. and V.A. Lobanov: GLOBAL MODELLING BY POLI-LINEAR METHOD , 22ES, ES

Leemans, Rik and Joe Alcamo: IMAGE 2.1: AN INTEGRATIVE MODEL FOR THE EARTH SYSTEM , 23ES, ES

Ji. J. and Y. Hu: A MODELING APROACH TO LINKAGE BETWEEN PHYSICAL AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSESAT LAND SURFACE , 24ES, ES

Ganopolski, A., V.Brovkin and V.Petou: HIERARCHY OF INTEGRATED CLIMATE-BIOSPHERE MODELS , 25ES, ES

Erickson III, D.J. and G. P. Brasseur: GLOBAL SYSTEMS INTEGRATION: ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY AND THE CLIMATE RESPONSEOF EARTH SYSTEM MODELS , 26ES, ES

Carl, P.: INTEGRATIVE MONSOON DYNAMICS , 27ES, ES

Ciais, P., P.P. Tans, S. Denning, J.W.C. White, M. Trolier, J.A. Berry, andP. Monfray: A THREE DIMENSIONAL MODELING STUDIES OF O18 IN ATMOSPHERIC CO2 , 28ES, ES

Joubert, A.M. and P.D. Tyson: MODELLING SOUTHERN AFRICAN CIRCULATION VARIABILITY OVER THE 1979-1988 AMIPPERIOD , 29ES, ES

Karol, I. L.: A SYSTEM MODEL OF GLOBAL OZONE CONTROL AND PROTECTION , 30ES, ES

Li, Bai-Lian, Felix MC5ller, Winfrid Kluge, Georg HEErmann, and WilhelmWindhorst: CHARACTERIZING THE ESSENTIAL SCALES OF ABIOTIC PROCESSES AND SCALEINTERACTIONS AMONG ECOSYSTEMS IN THE BORNHOVED LAKES AREA, NORTHERN GERMANY, 31ES, ES

Liousse, C., J.E. Penner, C. Chuang, J.J. Walton, C.R. Molenkamp, H.Eddleman, and H. Cachier: MODELING CARBONACEOUS AEROSOLS , 32ES, ES

Matear, R.J. and G. Holloway: MODELING THE INORGANIC PHOSPHORUS CYCLE OFTHE NORTH PACIFIC USING AN ADJOINT DATA ASSIMILATION MODEL TO ASSESS THEROLE OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS , 33ES, ES

Navrotsky, V.V.: THE PROBLEM OF AVERAGING AND ANOMALIES IN INVESTIGATION OF CLIMATIC ANDBIOLOGICAL CHANGES , 34ES, ES

Villagran, H.L. and G. Shaffer: ESTIMATING THE REMINERALIZATION RATES IN THE OCEAN WITH A NEW BASINEXTENDED ADVECTION/DIFFUSION HIGH LATITUDE SIMPLE MODEL (Be-HILDA), 35ES, ES

Jiang, Dayong, Yimin Liu, Yan Luo, Youlong Xia: THE STUDIES OF COUPLED OCEAN-ATMOSPHERE MODELLING GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGES, 36ES, ES

Caldeira, K., P. B. Duffy and G. H. Rau: ABSORPTION OF ANTHROPOGENIC 12C, 13C AND 14C BY THE OCEAN: AN OCEAN GCMSIMULATION , 37ES, ES

Antonovsky, M. Ya. and V.M. Buchstaber: ANALYTICAL INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN THE MAIN CHARACTERISTICS OF THE GLOBAL CARBON CYCLE IN THE FRAME OF THE BOX-DIFFUSION WITH OUTCROP MODEL (WITH THE BOX OF "BOTTOM LAYER OF THE OCEAN"), 38ES, ES

KAWAMIYA, M., M. KISHI, AND N. SUGINOHARA: DEVELOPMENT OF AN OCEAN ECOSYSTEM MODEL COUPLED WITH AN OCEAN GENERAL CIRCULATION MODEL, 39ES, ES

Bruno, M. and F. Joos: MIXED LAYER PULSE RESPONSE FUNCTION AND OCEANIC TRACER UPTAKE , 40ES, ES

Gruber, N. and J.L. Sarmiento: A CONSERVATIVE TRACER REFLECTING THE STRENGTHS OF THE OCEAN CARBON PUMPSAND THE UPTAKE OF ANTHROPOGENIC CO2 , 41ES, ES


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