S-RIP Planning Meeting: Poster Titles/Abstracts

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P01. C. Long:
Comparison of Stratospheric Variables in the Recent Reanalyses
P02. C. Long:
Stratospheric Temperature Trends in Reanalyses
P03. A. Gabriel:
Validation of global wind fields and circulation patterns in the upper stratosphere and lower mesosphere based on Aura/MLS satellite data
P04. T. Hibino, and M. Fujiwara (presenting):
Global temperature response to the large-scale volcanic eruptions in 9 reanalysis data sets
P05. S. G. Basha, M. V. Ratnam, D. N. Rao, and M. Fujiwara (presenting):
The proposed "S-RIP activities over Indian Region"
P06. S. Davis, K. Rosenlof, and P. Young:
Tropical widening in reanalyses
P07. S. Davis, E. Ray, K. Rosenlof:
Variability and trends in effective diffusivity in reanalyses
P08. S. M. Davis, and K. H. Rosenlof:
The Stratospheric Water and Ozone Satellite Homogenized (SWOOSH) database: A long-term database for climate studies and assessment of reanalyses
P09. J. Flemming:
The MACC re-analysis of Atmospheric Composition 2003-2012
P10. B. Legras:
The Brewer-Dobson circulation in the ERA-Interim
P11. H. Garny, T. Birner, and H. Boenisch:
The impact of mixing on Age of Air
P12. T. Reddmann, R. Ruhnke, W. Kouker and S. Versick:
Evaluating transport in the middle atmosphere using ERA-Interim analyses
P13. E. Botek:
Driving a single CTM with different analyses: impact on solar heating, photolysis rates and chemical lifetimes
P14. E. Becker, M. Schlutow, H. Koernich, and B. Wolf:
Representation of transport and orographic gravity waves in a mechanistic climate model
P15. Y. Zyulyaeva, and S. K. Gulev:
Diagnostics of the Major Sudden Stratospheric Warming events in different modern era reanalyses
P16. A. Butler, S. Hardiman (presenting), N. Butchart, and D. Seidel:
Representation of Stratospheric Sudden Warmings in Reanalyses and Comparisons with Stratospheric Sounding Unit Temperature Observations
P17. D. Mitchell:
The Influence of Stratospheric Vortex Displacements and Splits on Surface Climate
P18. J. Wright, and S. Fueglistaler:
Reanalysis estimates of the diabatic heat budget in the tropical UTLS
P19. M. Fujiwara, J. Suzuki, A. Gettelman, M. I. Hegglin, H. Akiyoshi, and K. Shibata:
Wave activity in the tropical tropopause layer in 9 reanalysis data sets
P20. P. Hitchcock:
Visualizing Polar Stratospheric Variability
P21. J. Anstey:
Modelling the quasi-biennial oscillation in atmospheric general circulation models
P22. D. Pendlebury:
Processes of the upper stratosphere and lower mesosphere in reanalyses
P23. T. Sakazaki, M. Fujiwara (presenting), X. Zhang, M. Hagan, and J. Forbes:
Diurnal tides from the troposphere to the lower mesosphere as deduced from TIMED/SABER satellite data and six global reanalysis data sets

[Transport Talk] S. Chabrillat:
Evaluation of different analyses with a single CTM: challenges and benefits

[BDC Talk 1] G. Stiller, T. von Clarmann, F. Haenel, E. Eckert, B. Funke, N. Glatthor, U. Grabowski, S. Kellmann, M. Kiefer, A. Linden, S. Lossow, and M. Lopez-Puertas:
Global stratospheric mean age of air and its temporal variation from MIPAS SF6 observations
[BDC Talk 2] H. K. Roscoe:
Lack of trend in Brewer-Dobson circulation, inferred from measurements of stratospheric NO2 in polar summer
[BDC Talk 3] B. Legras:
The Brewer-Dobson circulation in the ERA-Interim
[BDC Talk 4] H. Garny, T. Birner, H. Boenisch:
Residual circulation transit times as diagnostic of the structure of mean meridional transport

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