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Cambridge at EGU 2019

Cambridge at EGU 2019

Cambridge Geographers are representing 3 of our Thematic Research Groups at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly taking place in Vienna 7-12 April 2019

Biogeography and Biogeomorphology

  • Multiscale Remote Sensing to Assess Parameters of the Northern Forests of Russia in the Context of Climate Change [EGU2019-13157] Tutubalina O, Bartalev S, Golubeva E, Kudikov A, Marshall G, Medvedev A, Mikhaylykova P, Rees G, Sereda I, Telnova N, Timokhina Yu, Turton R , Shabanov N, Zharko V, Zimin M. BG1.30/GI3.13 - Remote Sensing for forest applications
  • The FAST project: Earth Observation and the Coastal Zone [EGU2019-16918] Peralta G, de Vries MB, Möller I, van der Wal D, van Wesenbeeck B, Stanica A, Smith G, Evans B, Morris EP, Oteman B, Hendriksen G, van der Meulen MD, Dijkstra J, Nederhoff K, Sala-Calero J, Benavente-González J, Gómez-Enri J, Bouma TJ, Constantinescu AM, Scrieciu A, Willemsen P. NH8.1/GM5.13 – Ecosystem-based approaches to coastal Disaster Risk Reduction: new tools and case studies (co-sponsored by IGU-CCS) (co-organized)
  • Attenuation of high water levels over restored saltmarshes can be limited. Insights from Freiston Shore, Lincolnshire, UK [EGU2019-8449] Joshua Kiesel, Mark Schuerch, Iris Möller, Tom Spencer, Athanasios Vafeidisa. GM11.7/BG6.12/HS11.48/OS2.19 – Coastal wetlands: their processes, interactions and future (co-organized)
  • The future of global coastal wetlands in response to sea level rise [EGU2019-14885] Mark Schuerch, Tom Spencer, Stijn Temmerman, Matthew L. Kirwan, Claudia Wolff, Daniel Lincke, Chris J McOwen Mark D. Pickering, Ruth Reef, Athanasios T. Vafeidis, Jochen Hinkel, Robert J. Nicholls, Sally Brown. GM11.7/BG6.12/HS11.48/OS2.19 – Coastal wetlands: their processes, interactions and future
  • Erodibility of salt marsh sediments under storm-surge conditions [EGU2019-15601] Evans, B.; Möller, I.; Bouma, T.; Brooks, H.; Carr, S.; Cao, H.; Chirol, C.; Christie, E.; Dennis, R.; Nolte, S.; Paul, M.; Reents, S.; Royse, K.; Schoutens, K.; Spencer, K.; Temmerman, S.; Kudella, M. GM11.7/BG6.12/HS11.48/OS2.19 – Coastal wetlands: their processes, interactions and future
  • Erosion-flooding interaction on a UK barrier [EGU2019-444] Pollard, J. A., Brooks, S. M., Spencer, T., Christie, E., Möller, I NH5.7/AS4.63/CL3.10/GM11.10/OS2.12 – Natural hazards and climate change impacts in coastal areas
  • Modelling sensitivity to erosion by waves and tides on an open coast saltmarsh Christie, E.K., Möller, I., Schuerch, M., Evans, B., Brooks, H. GM5.1/BG3.12/HS9.2.12 – Biogeomorphology and Ecohydrology: conceptualising and quantifying processes, rates and feedbacks
  • Salt marsh and tidal flat shear strength: a comparison between Tillingham marsh, Essex and Warton marsh, Morecambe Bay, UK [EGU2019-1372] Brooks, H. Y., Möller, I., Spencer, T., Royse, K., Kirkham, M., Price, S. J. GM5.1/BG3.12/HS9.2.12 - Biogeomorphology and Ecohydrology: conceptualising and quantifying processes, rates and feedbacks
  • Estimating wave attenuation by vegetation using regression and decision tree models {EGU2019-7434-1] Soltau, F., Ulm, M., Arns, A., Jensen, J., Möller, I NH8.1/ GM5.13 - Ecosystem-based approaches to coastal Disaster Risk Reduction: new tools and case studies

Climate and environmental dynamics

  • Improving understanding of wood formation: a comparison of two models [EGU2019-17876] Annemarie H. Eckes-Shephard, Cyrille B. K. Rathgeber, Patrick Fonti, Tim T. Rademacher, Andrew D. Richardson, and Andrew D. Friend. BG2.12 – Constraining present and future global vegetation dynamics and carbon stocks
  • Challenges and innovations in operational flood and landslide early warning systems in Nepal, Peru and India. [EGU2019-15881] Mirianna Budimir, Amy Donovan et al. HS4.3.1/NH1.35 – Operational forecasting and warning systems for natural hazards: challenges and innovation
  • Using expert elicitation to assess or forecast natural hazards: a systematic review [EGU2019-11324] Shreyasi Choudhury, Amy Donovan et al. ITS3.3/NH9.18/EOS4.4/HS11.20 – Geo-hazard and risk assessment and mitigation in economically developing countries: Challenges and opportunities for innovation
  • Rethinking the engagement between physical and social sciences in developing an EWS: a case study from the LANDSLIP project [EGU2019-17089] Anshu Ogra, Amy Donovan et al. Session NH3.4/SSS2.16 – Towards reliable Landslide Early Warning Systems
  • The environmental and health effects of the 2014-2015 Holuhraun eruption (Iceland) [EGU2019-9605] Anja Schmidt et al., GMPV6.1/AS3.30 – Environmental impact of volcanic emissions
  • Volcanic radiative forcing from 1979 to 2015 [EGU2019-2973] Anja Schmidt et al., AS3.27/CL2.16 – Observations and modelling of stratospheric aerosol and volcanic influences on climate and atmospheric composition
  • The Interactive Stratospheric Aerosol Model Intercomparison Project (ISA-MIP): Motivation and experimental design [EGU2019-12815] Anja Schmidt et al., AS3.27/CL2.16 – Observations and modelling of stratospheric aerosol and volcanic influences on climate and atmospheric composition
  • Leading role of ocean mixing in the Norwegian Sea for Dansgaard-Oeschger events [EGU2019-9164] Margit H. Simon, Francesco Muschitiello, Trond M. Dokken, Henrik Sadatzki, Eystein Jansen. CL1.15/CR1.9/OS1.25 – On the dynamics of Dansgaard-Oeschger events; perspectives from paleoclimate data and modelling.
  • A multi-decadal record of oceanographic changes of the past ~150 years (1850-2015 AD) from North of Iceland. [EGU2019-14027] Margit H. Simon, Francesco Muschitiello, Amandine Tisserand, Kerstin Perner, Are Olsen, Trond M. Dokken, Matthias Moros, Eystein Jansen.
  • Arctic changes – processes and feedbacks in climate, the ocean and the Greenland Ice Sheet. Late-Holocene record of environmental changes in the Ross Sea: from seasonal to centennial time scales. EGU2019-11038-1. Tommaso Tesi, Leonardo Langone, Karen Gariboldi, Simon Belt, Lukas Smik, Francesco Muschitiello, Ester Colizza, Federico Giglio, Patrizia Giordano, Furio Finocchiaro, Caterina Morigi, Lucilla Capotondi, Fiorenza Corticella, and Andrea Gallerani. CL4.09/OS1.28/SSP2.20
  • Explaining precipitation variability in the Indus River basin [EGU2019-5051] Jean-Philippe Baudouin, Michael Herzog and Cameron Petrie. CL4.25/AS4.16
  • Ranking of tree-ring based hydroclimate reconstructions of the past millennium [EGU2019-10301] Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist, Paul J Krusic, Alma Piermattei, Ulf Buentgen et al.. CL1.17
  • Felling dates reveal regional variations in European building activity during times of crisis. [EGU2019-10381]. Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist, Willy Tegel, Paul J Krusic, Andrea Siem, and Ulf Buentgen. CL1.38/BG2.41 – Interdisciplinary Tree-Ring Research (co-organized)
  • Good times for leaving home? The paleoenvironment of Chew Bahir in south Ethiopia: implications for human evolution, dispersal and technological innovation [EGU2019-6088] Frank Schaebitz, Asfawossen Asrat, Andrew S. Cohen, Jonathan R. Dean, Alan Deino, Daniel M. Deocampo, Walter Duesing, Verena E. Foerster, Christina Günter, Annett Junginger, Henry F. Lamb, Christine S. Lane, Melanie J. Leng, Rachel Lupien, Helen M. Roberts, Christopher B. Ramsey, Jim Russel, Emma Pearson, Celine Vidal, Martin H. Trauth & HSPDP Science Team. SSP1.3/CL1.27/GM6.8 – Integrating stratigraphy, sedimentology, palaeontology and paleoclimate in human evolution and dispersal studies - from early hominins to the Holocene
  • Recurring types of variability and transitions in the ~280 m long (~600 kyr) sediment core from the Chew Bahir basin, southern Ethiopia [EGU2019-7644] Martin H. Trauth, Asfawossen Asrat, Melissa S. Chapot, Andrew S. Cohen, Alan Deino, Walter Duesing, Verena Foerster, Hauke Kraemer, Henry Lamb, Norbert Marwan, Christine S. Lane, Mark A. Maslin, Christopher Ramsey, Helen Roberts, Frank Schaebitz, Celine Vidal & HSPDP Science Team. SSP1.3/CL1.27/GM6.8 – Integrating stratigraphy, sedimentology, palaeontology and paleoclimate in human evolution and dispersal studies - from early hominins to the Holocene
  • Differentiating local from regional climate signals using the ~600 ka Chew Bahir paleoclimate record from South Ethiopia [EGU2019-14836]. Walter Duesing, Hauke Kraemer, Asfawossen Asrat, Melissa S. Chapot, Andrew S. Cohen, Alan Deino, Verena E. Foerster, Henry Lamb, Norbert Marwan, Christine Lane, Mark A. Maslin, Christopher Bronk Ramsey, Helen M. Roberts, Frank Schaebitz, Martin H. Trauth, Celine Vidal & HSPDP Science Team. SSP1.3/CL1.27/GM6.8 – Integrating stratigraphy, sedimentology, palaeontology and paleoclimate in human evolution and dispersal studies - from early hominins to the Holocene
  • First results from the Lateglacial and Early Holocene fill of Lac Retournemer (Vosges, France): another INTIMATE Example [EGU2019-6780] Wim Z. Hoek, Arjan van Eijk, Stan Schouten, Stefan Engels, Christine S. Lane, Nathalie van der Putten, Didier Roche & summerschool participants. CL1.37/GM2.9/SSP2.21/SSS3.12 – Geochronological Tools for Environmental Reconstruction and the INTegration of Ice core, MArine and TErrestrial records

Glaciology and Glacial Geology

  • Deep ice-filled crevasses at Store Glacier, Greenland, revealed by borehole optical televiewing [EGU2019-9774] Bryn Hubbard, Poul Christoffersen, Samuel Doyle, Tom Chudley, Robert Law, Marion Bougamont, Charlie Schoonman CR5.2/CL2.12 – Advances in measuring and modelling ice sheet and glacier surface mass balance (co-organized)
  • Over winter persistence of supraglacial lakes on the Greenland Ice Sheet: results and insights from a new model [EGU2019-7734] Robert Law, Neil Arnold CR5.1 – Modelling ice sheets and glaciers
  • Integrated investigation of subglacial hydrology and convective plume melting using a 3D full-Stokes model of Store Glacier, West Greenland [EGU2019-13978] Samuel Cook, Poul Christoffersen, Joe Todd, Donald Slater, Nolwenn Chauché CR5.5/OS1.20 – Ice shelves and tidewater glaciers - dynamics, interactions, observations, modelling
  • Investigating hydrological forcing of fast glacier flow in Greenland using passive seismology [EGU2019-14828] Charlotte Schoonman, Poul Christoffersen, Coen Hofstede, Tun Jan Young, Rickard Pettersson, Adrian McCallum, Sam Doyle, Bryn Hubbard GM1.4/CR2.9/GI4.12/GMPV7.1/HS11.55/NH4.6/SM1.4/SSS12.13 – Environmental Seismology: Deciphering Earth's surface processes with seismic methods (co-organized)
  • Glacier meltwater drainage patterns, discharge and sediment load at the debris covered Suldenferner, Ortler massif, Italy. EGU2019-12903. Lindsey Nicholson, Colin Ronald, Michael Engel, Francesco Comiti, Cat Fyffe, Ian Willis. Session HS2.1.2/CR3.11 – Snow and ice accumulation, melt, and runoff generation in catchment hydrology: monitoring and modelling (co-organized)