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Winter 2016 Poster Expo

Please join us for this opportunity to foster transdisciplinary interactions and collaborations with colleagues in an informal setting.

Date: Wednesday January 27 2016, 1pm – 4pm

Location: Smagorinsky Seminar Room, NOAA/GFDL

This is a public event – please note the access requirements for all visitors below.


12:30-12:55 Poster set-up
1:00-1:05 Welcome and Opening Remarks (V. Ramaswamy)
1:05-2:05 Session I (Odd-numbered posters – see Poster Expo List below)
2:05-3:05 Session II (Even-numbered posters – see Poster Expo List below)
3:05-4:00 Session III (All posters – open, unstructured session)
4:00-4:30 Poster take-down


Coffee will be available. Cookies and snacks will be provided courtesy of the GFDLEA.

We regret we are unable to post PDFs of posters since work may be unpublished.

Please contact poster presenters at or after the event if you would like a copy of their presentation.

Organizing Committee: Fanrong Zeng, Sulagna Ray, Catherine Raphael, Jasmin John

Poster Expo List

  1. Anthropogenic Contribution to Increases of US Heat Waves in Recent Decades: Model-based Assessment
    Fanrong Zeng (NOAA/GFDL), T. Knutson, T. Delworth
  2. Impact of having realistic tropical cyclone frequency on ocean heat content and transport forecasts in a high-resolution coupled model
    Shaoqing Zhang (NOAA/GFDL), M. Zhao, S-J. Lin, X.Yang, W. Anderson, W.Zhang, A.Rosati, S.Underwood, F. Zeng
  3. WRF-Chem v3.5 simulation of aerosols and aerosol optical depth over China in 2013
    Min Zhong (Emory University), V. Naik, L. Horowitz
  4. Comparison of Low-Frequency Variability of Summer Arctic Sea Ice in Three Coupled Climate Models
    Dawei Li (Princeton University/AOS), R. Zhang, T. Knutson
  5. Air-sea interaction shapes the double ITCZ in coupled climate models
    Baoqiang Xiang (UCAR), M. Zhao
  6. Impact of land-use change on nitrogen deposition
    Fabien Paulot (GFDL/CICS), S. Malyshev, X. Zhang, L. Horowitz
  7. The Roles of Radiative Forcing, Sea Surface Temperatures, Atmospheric and Land Initial Conditions in U.S. Summer Warming Episodes
    Liwei Jia (Princeton University/GFDL), G. Vecchi, X. Yang, R. Gudgel, T. Delworth, W. Stern, K. Paffendorf, S. Underwood, F. Zeng
  8. On the evolution of different types of El Nino
    Jiaxin Feng (Scripps/GFDL), Z. Wu, S-P. Xie, N. Johnson
  9. Simulated response of the Pacific decadal oscillation to climate change
    Liping Zhang (AOS/Princeton University), T. Delworth
  10. Impact of the Antarctic bottom water on the Weddell Gyre and its northward propagation characteristics in GFDL model
    Liping Zhang (AOS/Princeton University), T. Delworth
  11. Parameterized RCE Across a Range of Domains: A Unifying Tool for GCMs and RCMs
    Levi Silvers (Princeton University/GFDL), B. Stevens, T. Mauritsen, M. Giorgetta
  12. Has global warming changed timing of winter-spring streamflows over North America?
    Jonghun Kam (CICS), T. Knutson, P.C.D. Milly
  13. Local and remote regional climate responses to regional forcings from aerosols
    Daniel Westervelt (Columbia University/LDEO), A. Fiore, G. Correa, L. Horowitz, J-F. Lamarque, D. Shindell
  14. Value of ocean prediction in setting dynamic harvest guidelines: a Pacific sardine example
    Desiree Tommasi (AOS), C. Stock, K. Pegion, G. Vecchi
  15. Changes in bottom water formation in the western Ross Sea due to the melting of ice shelves in West Antarctica
    Gustavo Marques (AOS/GFDL), R. Hallberg, S. Purkey, M. Harrison, O. Sergienko
  16. Using Initial Condition Large Ensemble Experiments to Interpret Observed Trends and 21st Century Projections of Ocean Carbon Uptake
    Sarah Schlunegger (AOS), J. Sarmiento, K. Rodgers, T. Froelicher
  17. Enhanced warming of the Northwest Atlantic Ocean under climate change
    Vincent Saba (NOAA NMFS/GFDL), S. Griffies, W. Anderson, M. Winton, M. Alexander, T. Delworth, J. Hare, M. Harrison, A. Rosati, G. Vecchi, R. Zhang
  18. Heat budget of the equatorial Pacific upper ocean in GFDL-FLOR
    Sulagna Ray (Princeton University), A. Wittenberg
  19. Preconditioning of the Weddell Sea polynya by the ocean mesoscale and topography
    Carolina Dufour (AOS), A. Morrison, S. Griffies, I. Frenger, H. Zanowski, M. Winton
  20. The impact of changing climate on ammonia emissions from agriculture
    Dan Ward (Princeton/CICS), P. Hess, S. Riddick
  21. On the relationship between Antarctic sea ice extent and the Southern Ocean overturning circulation
    Anna FitzMaurice (AOS), A. Morrison, R. Hallberg
  22. Global Ocean Data Analysis Version 2 (GLODAPv2)
    Robert Key (Princeton University), A. Olsen, S. van Heuven, S. Lauvset, A. Velo, X. Lin, C. Schirnick, A. Kozyr, T. Tanhua, M. Hoppema, S. Jutterstrom, R. Steinfeldt, E. Jeansson, M. Ishii, F.F. Perez, T. Suzuki
  23. Extreme North America winter storm season of 2013-14: Roles of Radiative Forcing and the Global Warming Hiatus
    Xiaosong Yang (GFDL), G.Vecchi, T. Delworth, K. Paffendorf, R. Gudgel, L. Jia, S. Underwood, F. Zeng
  24. On Time-invariant Transfer Functions and the Application of Statistically Downscaled Daily Maximum Temperature to Calculate Historical and Future Heat Waves
    Carlos Gaitan (South Central Climate Science Center/GFDL)
  25. Development and evaluation of secondary organic aerosols in GFDL AM3
    Jingqiu Mao (AOS/GFDL), L. Horowitz
  26. How Accurately Do We Know the Atmospheric Absorption of Solar Radiation?
    David Paynter (GFDL), M. D. Schwarzkopf, S. Freidenreich, P. Lin, V. Ramaswamy
  27. Influence of land surface processes on seasonal and interannual variability of Australian dust and climate in the NOAA/GFDL CM3 model
    Stuart Evans (PEI/GFDL), P. Ginoux, S. Malyshev, E. Shevliakova
  28. Land-atmosphere feedbacks amplify aridity increase over land under global warming
    Alexis Berg (IRI/Columbia University/GFDL), K. Findell, B. Lintner, A. Giannini, S. Seneviratne, B. van den Hurk, R. Lorenz, A. Pitman, S. Hagemann, A. Meier, F. Cheruy, A. Ducharne, S. Malyshev, P.C.D. Milly

Access Requirements

Please note: Visitors without GFDL affiliation attending the Poster Expo must present government or university issued photo ID or two other forms of identification to gain access to the facility. If an acceptable ID cannot be provided, the Visitor will not be allowed access. If access is granted, the Visitor must sign in and be given a Visitor Badge. The Visitor Badge expires immediately after the Expo.Please allow 10-15 minutes for entrance into the event for all non NOAA employees or non Princeton University visitors.