EGU2019 sessions "Clouds, moisture, and precipitation in the polar regions" and "The atmospheric water cycle: processes, dynamics and characteristics"

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EGU2019 sessions "Clouds, moisture, and precipitation in the polar regions" and "The atmospheric water cycle: processes, dynamics and characteristics"

Irina Gorodetskaya-2

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to remind you about the approaching deadline for EGU 2019 abstract submission (10 January 2019, 13:00 CET) and bring your attention to the following sessions that welcome contributions about the atmospheric branch of the hydrological cycle in the Polar Regions:

 Session AS4.9/CR3.06/HS11.16 Clouds, moisture, and precipitation in the polar regions: Sources, processes and impacts (https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2019/session/31267)

 The session aims at bringing together researchers using observational and/or modeling approaches at various scales to improve our understanding of polar tropospheric clouds, precipitation, and related mechanisms and impacts. Contributions are invited on various relevant processes including sources of cloud nuclei, linkages of polar clouds/precipitation to the moisture sources and transport, relationship of moisture/cloud/precipitation processes to the atmospheric dynamics, role of the surface-atmosphere interaction in terms of mass, energy, and cloud nuclei particles, effects that the clouds/precipitation in the polar regions have on the polar and global climate system, surface mass and energy balance, sea ice and ecosystems.

Session AS4.1/CL2.19/CR3.07/HS11.24 The atmospheric water cycle: processes, dynamics and characteristics (https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2019/session/30537)

This session sets the focus on processes, dynamics and characteristics at the evaporation sources, during moisture transport, and at the precipitation sinks as observed from in-situ and remote sensing, recorded by (paleo)climate archives, and as simulated for past, present and future climates. We particularly encourage contributions to link across neighbouring disciplines, such as atmospheric science, climate, paleoclimate, cryosphere, and hydrology.

Best wishes for the New Year!

Irina Gorodetskaya on behalf of the session conveners

 

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Irina Gorodetskaya
Researcher in meteorology and climate
CESAM - Centre for Environmental and Marine Sciences
Department of Physics, University of Aveiro
Campus Universitário de Santiago
3810-193 Aveiro, Portugal
email: [hidden email]
tel: +351 234 378 101
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www.cesam.ua.pt/irinagorodetskaya

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