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A list of the poster presentations is below, listed alphabetically by first author surname.

The dedicated poster session will run from 4-7pm on Tuesday 20th May, and the posters will stay up until the end of the day on Wednesday.

First authorPresenting authorPoster title
1Fatimah AhamadMonsoonal and ENSO effect on troposheric ozone variability in Malaysia
2Hideharu AkiyoshiTotal ozone reduction over Rio Gallegos, Argentina, in November 2009 simulated by the nudged MIROC3.2 Chemical Transport Model for the CCMI REF-C1SD experiment
3Juan Antonio AñelEquivalent Latitude Computation Using Regions of Interest (ROI)
4Alex ArchibaldOne in a million: Comparing box-model simulations of tropospheric chemistry with results from UM-UKCA simulations
5Steve ArnoldWildfire influence on high latitude tropospheric ozone, ecosystems and climate forcing
6Antara BanajeeModelling future changes in climate, ozone-depleting substances and ozone precursor emissions using the UM-UKCA model
7Ewa BednarzThe response of chemistry and climate to the 11-year solar cycle in UM-UKCA
8Ewa BednarzModelling future ozone recovery in the UM-UKCA
9Sébastien BossaySlimane BekkiSensitivity of tropical stratospheric and mesospheric ozone to short term solar variability: observations vs chemistry climate model simulations
10Edith BotekStratospheric diagnosis evaluated by BASCOE chemistry data assimilation system
11Dene BowdaloNovel use of Spectral Analysis for Atmospheric Chemistry
12Peter BraesickeConfronting total ozone variability in a nudged CCM with observations
13Christoph BrühlThe CCM EMAC with interactive aerosol and ENVISAT/MIPAS and ENVISAT/GOMOS satellite data
14Phillip Cameron-SmithVariability in Multi-Century CESM Simulations and their Sensitivity to Methane
15Federico CentoniOzone dry deposition in a coupled Climate-Chemistry Model (UKCA)
16Kai-Lan ChangCalibration of WACCM's gravity waves parametrizations using spherical outputs
17Gao ChenDevelopment of Toolsets for Airborne Data (TAD) and their Application to CCMI Activities
18Gang ChenQuantifying isentropic stratosphere-troposphere exchange (STE) of ozone
19Martyn ChipperfieldClimate Impact of Ozone Destruction in the Upper Troposphere/Lower Stratosphere by Short-Lived Halogens
20Olivia Clifton Shifting seasonal cycles of surface ozone by the end of the 21st Century: response to regional and global precursor emission changes
21Owen CooperGlobal distribution and trends of tropospheric ozone: A review
22Robert DamadeoSimultaneous spatial and temporal analysis of SAGE II version 7.0 ozone data
23Sandip DhomseUnderstanding the 11-year Solar Cycle Signal in Stratospheric Ozone using a 3D CTM
24Sandip DhomseRevisiting Stratospheric Ozone Changes after the Mount Pinatubo Eruption
25Ruth DohertyMulti-Model simulations of Climate Change Impacts on CO-tracer Transport
26Anne DouglassProjections of Ozone Hole Demise
27Anne DouglassImpact Of Horizontal Resolution On Simulations Of Tropospheric Composition
28Thierno DoumbiaEvaluation of tropospheric hindcast simulations using satellite observations
29Louisa EmmonsSummary and evaluation of tropospheric ozone in the NCAR CESM simulations for CCMI
30Federico FierliEvaluation of Antarctic Polar Stratospheric Clouds in CCMVal-II
31Declan FinneyLightning schemes in chemistry-climate models and their impact on Ox budgets
32Lucien FroidevauxComparisons of long-term stratospheric data records (GOZCARDS) to model (WACCM) results
33Gregory FrostJean-François Lamarque Geia's vision for improved emissions information
34Klaus-Dirk GottschaldtSimulated versus observed trace gases: EMAC model & ESMVal HALO campaign
35Claire GranierDifferences in anthropogenic emission inventories and their impacts on simulations of the chemical composition of the troposphere
36Yipeng GuoThe role of tropical sea surface temperature in determining the principle modes of the Hadley Circulation
37Steven HardimanThe HadGEM3-ES CCMI Reference Simulations. Part I: Dynamics
38Peter HessTropospheric Ozone Variability and Trends: The Stratospheric Contribution
39Peter HoorCO Variability in the Upper Troposphere from MOPITT and EMAC: The Role of Warm Conveyor Belts
40Fernando Iglesias-SuarezEvaluations and projections of stratospheric ozone from ACCMIP, 1850-2100
41Masanao KadowakiRelationship between total ozone and wave activities in Antarctic region
42Emma KnowlandThe effects of mid-latitude storms on trace gas composition using the MACC Reanalysis dataset
43Markus Kunze Impact of the Indian Ocean dipole mode and ENSO on water vapour and ozone in the UTLS as simulated by Chemistry Climate models
44Ralph Lehman Determination of pathways in chemical reaction systems: an algorithm and some applications to atmospheric chemistry
45Meiyun LinClimate variability modulates western U.S. ozone air quality in spring via deep stratospheric intrusions
46Hongyu LiuRadiative Effects of Aerosols Versus Clouds on Key Tropospheric Oxidants in Global Models
47Junhua LiuAnalysis of interannual variability of ozone in the troposphere and lower stratosphere using ozonesonde and satellite data compared to Global Modeling Initiative CTM (GMI) and the Goddard Chemistry-Climate Model (CCM) hindcast simulations
48Graham MannWhole-atmosphere aerosol microphysics simulations of the Mt. Pinatubo eruption: Part 2: Quantifying the direct and indirect (dynamical) radiative forcings
49Hannah MantleGlobal 3-D Model Studies of Tropospheric Iodine
50Hannah MantlePinatubo Emulation in Multiple Models (POEMs): planned co-ordinated experiments for the SPARC Stratospheric Sulphur and its Role in Climate initiative (SSiRC)
51Daniel Marno Modelled seasonal ozone changes from ACCMIP: Pre-industrial to the end of 21st century
52Amanda MaycockWhy do climate models lack variability in tropical stratospheric water vapour?
53Stefanie MeulBlanca AyarzagüenaHemispheric asymmetries in midlatitude total ozone column return dates
54Martine MichouRecent developments in the Météo-France Chemistry-Climate Model (CNRM-CCM)
55Vicktoria MohrSusann TegtmeierPresent and Future changes of the TTL using a Lagrangian approach
56Sarah MonksMulti-model study of chemical and physical controls on transport of anthropogenic and biomass burning pollution to the Arctic
57William MorganMeasurements of biomass burning aerosol over the Amazon during SAMBBA
58Ryan NeelyCCMI Volcanoes in CESM: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Accurately Representing Volcanic Eruptions and Their Impacts
59Fiona O'ConnorThe HadGEM3-ES CCMI Reference Simulations. Part II: Chemistry
60Sophie OberländerMarkus KunzeChanges in the residual circulation of the stratosphere and mesosphere
61Dirk OliviéClimate impact of short-lived climate forcers over the period 1960-2010
62Andrew OrrScott HoskingImprovement in the simulation of mountain wave-induced polar stratospheric clouds in a chemistry-climate model
63David ParrishSystematic comparison of seasonal cycles of tropospheric ozone between observations and models
64Prabir PatraEvaluation of global mean OH and meridional gradients using an offline-chemistry and transport model
65David PlummerA comparison of the REF-C2 CMAM run for CCMI with the CCMVal REF-B2 runs
66Laura Revell Tropospheric ozone chemistry in the tropical Western Pacific and its sensitivity to future precursor emissions
67Nigel RichardsSatellite and model estimates of the radiative effect of tropospheric ozone
68Charles RobertThe stratospheric aspects of the Aerosol_CCI project: Status, results and perspectives
69Steve RumboldAmmonium Nitrate in HadGEM3 UKCA-GLOMAP for UKESM1: Early Results and Evaluation
70Ross SalawitchCONTRAST Experiment: Implications for CCMI
71Mark SchoeberlWater vapor and Clouds in the UTLS
72Cat ScottHow well do models capture variability in atmospheric composition due to changing emissions and climate?
73Varun SheelRole of convection on distribution of CO and O3 over Asia
74Tomas SherwenIodine’s Destructive Global Effects on Tropospheric Ozone and Perturbations to Key Oxidants
75Katerina SindelarovaModeling sensitivity of biogenic VOC emissions to environmental factors
76Björn-Martin SinnhuberThe impact of emissions of brominated very short-lived substances on stratospheric ozone trends
77Eric SofenCompilation of global surface ozone observations for ESM trend evaluation
78Johannes StaehelinComparison of ozone concentration in the UTLS as measured by ozone sondes and commercial airliners (MOZAIC)
79Claudia SteadmanAtmosphere-ocean exchange of ammonia: A model evaluation
80Andrea StenkeSensitivity of atmospheric methane concentrations on emission data sets and other forcings
81David StevensonModelling the tropospheric Ox budget: ACCENT (2005/6) vintage results
82Timofei SukhodolovSensitivity of the photolysis rate to the uncertainties in spectral solar irradiance variability
83Divya SurendranContribution of Indian chemical emissions to the tropospheric ozone levels in Southern Asia
84Susann TegtmeierThe role of oceanic halogen and sulfur compounds for the middle atmosphere
85Hongying TianCross-Tropopause Mass Exchange over the Tibetan Plateau
86Wenchou TianTransport of CO in the Stratosphere in a Chemistry-Climate Model
87Fiona TummonComparison of seven new merged satellite ozone profile datasets and an example of model validation with the SOCOLv3 chemistry-climate model
88Lukas ValinArlene FioreThe CH2O column as a possible constraint on methane oxidation
89Guus VeldersHFC banks and their growing role in climate change
90Thomas von ClarmannMIPAS constituent data: A maximum likelihood representation
91Apostolos VoulgarakisExamining local and remote climate effects of short-lived pollutant emissions using the HadGEM3 model
92Apostolos VoulgarakisThe influence of clouds on tropospheric and lower stratospheric composition
93Darryn WaughComparisons of Tropospheric Transport using CCMI Synthetic Tracers
94Yousuke YamashitaThe analysis of the influences of solar 11-year and 27-day cycles in CCSR/NIES-MIROC3.2 comparing to the previous CCSRNIES CCM
95Franziska ZiskaGlobal VSLS Emission Estimates based on in-situ Measurements for the Past and Future