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Climate Change Prediction Workshop - April 20th 2009

Author/Institution Title

Zhengyu Liu, Center for Climatic Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Bette Otto-Bliesner, Climate & Global Dynamics Division, NCAR

Simulating and Understanding Abrupt Climate-Ecosystem Changes During Holocene

Bette Otto-Bliesner, Climate & Global Dynamics Division, NCAR

Zhengyu Liu, Center for Climatic Research, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Simulating Abrupt Climate Change During the Holocene: The 8.2ka Event

Alexey Fedorov & Florian Sevellec, Yale University

What controls the structure and stability of the ocean meridional overturning circulation: implications for abrupt climate change

Gao .X, Adam C. Schlosser, MIT

Katey Walter, University of Alaska

David Kicklighter, Marine Biological Lab

Qianlai Zhuang, Chris E. Forest, Penn State Univ

Quantifying climate feedbacks from abrupt changes in high-latitude trace-gas emissions

Xu Liang, Xiangyu Luo, and Yi Xu, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Univ of Pittsburgh

The Role of Vegetation, Surface, and Subsurface Processes on Mega-Drought

Ping Chang and Charles Jackson, Texas A&M University

Searching for Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation Strength Threshold Leading to Abrupt Change of the African Monsoon

John C. H. Chiang, Ching-Yee Chang, and Andrew Friedman, UC Berkeley

The Interhemispheric Gradient in 20th century and future climate

David Holland, NYU

Modeling Abrupt Change in Global Sea Level Arising from Ocean – Ice-Sheet Interaction

Chris Hill, Patrick Heimbach, Peter Winsor, Alan Condron, MIT

Fresh water pulses and meridional overturning circulation - forward and adjoint studies

Dennis Lettenmaier, University of Washington-Seattle

Susceptibility of Colorado River basin to megadroughts in a warming climate

Kerry Cook and Ned Vizy, University of Texas-Austin

Influence of Atlantic SST thresholds on continental climates