Kiel, 12. December 2016

AGU Fall Meeting (multiple CE topics, see read more)

12.-16. December 2016, Session at AGU Fall Meeting, San Fancisco/USA

  • GC21J: Negative Emissions: Staying Below 2°C I
    • GC21J-01 Negative Emissions: The need, the potential, and the risks (Invited)
    • GC21J-02 Net Ecosystem Production and Actionable Negative Emissions Strategies
    • GC21J-03 Seeing the forest beyond the carbon
    • GC21J-04 Defining the ‘negative emission’ capacity of global agriculture deployed for enhanced rock weathering
    • GC21J-05 Negative Emissions: Distilling the Hope From the Hype - An Overview of Preposed Techniques to Remove Greenhouse Gases from the Atmosphere (Invited)
    • GC21J-06 NEOTEC: Negative-CO2-Emissions Marine Energy With Direct Mitigation of Global Warming, Sea-Level Rise and Ocean Acidification
    • GC21J-07 Carbon Dioxide Removal from Air using Seafloor Peridotite
    • GC21J-08 Translating climate model implications on carbon removal into policy action
  • GC23C: Negative Emissions: Staying Below 2°C II Posters
    • GC23C-1243 A Commercialization Roadmap for Carbon-Negative Energy Systems
    • GC23C-1244 The Economics of Carbon Dioxide Removal: The Case against Free Disposal
    • GC23C-1245 Carbon Dioxide Removal and the futures market
    • GC23C-1246 The Carbon Dioxide Removal Model Intercomparison Project (CDR-MIP) Initial Results and Future Experiment Designs
    • GC23C-1247 Modeling Effects of Bicarbonate Release on Carbonate Chemistry and pH of the North Sea: A Pilot Study for Atmospheric CO2 Reduction
    • GC23C-1248 Novel Determination of the Orientation of Calcite on Mineral Substrates
    • GC23C-1249 Calcite Dissolution Kinetics
    • GC23C-1250 Carbon Dioxide Removal by Salty Aerosols
    • GC23C-1251 Mineral Carbonation Feasibility, an Economic Approach
    • GC23C-1252 Achieving Negative CO2 Emissions by Protecting Ocean Chemistry
    • GC23C-1253 Aligning Existing USG RDD&D Funding Objectives with those of an Emerging Marine Based CCUS Industrial Sector...or...Vice Versa
  • GC33B: Multidisciplinary Assessments of Radiation Management Geoengineering I Posters
    • GC33B-1223 Engineering assessment of in situ sulfate production onboard aircraft at high altitude
    • GC33B-1224 Heterogeneous production and loss of HOx by airborne TiO2 particles and implications for climate change mitigation strategies
    • GC33B-1225 Insights on the Feasibility, Modeling and Field Testing of Cirrus Cloud Thinning from Satellite Remote Sensing
    • GC33B-1226 Effects of Solar Geoengineering on Meridional Energy Transport and the ITCZ
    • GC33B-1227 A continuous latitudinal energy balance model to explore non-uniform climate engineering strategies
    • GC33B-1228 A Possible Strategy for the Use of Solar Climate Engineering
    • GC33B-1229 Combining aerosol injection at several different latitudes to optimize the climate response to geoengineering
    • GC33B-1230 Stratospheric solar geoengineering without ozone loss?
    • GC33B-1231 Cost-Risk Trade-off of Solar Radiation Management and Mitigation under Long-Tailed Climate Sensitivity Probability Density Distributions
    • GC33B-1232 Trade-offs of Solar Geoengineering and Mitigation under Climate Targets
    • GC33B-1233 Constraining the long-term climate reponse to stratospheric sulfate aerosols injection by the short-term volcanic climate response
    • GC33B-1234 Simulated Climate Response to Long-term Solar Geoengineering
    • GC33B-1235 Response of land carbon cycle to stratospheric aerosol geoengineering
    • GC33B-1236 Deliberating Albedo Modification in Finnish Lapland: Integrating Geoengineering Research With Community-Specific Insights
    • GC33B-1237 How effective would solar geoengineering be at offsetting surface mass balance losses of the ice-sheets?
    • GC33B-1238 Impacts of stratosphere sulphate aerosol on tropical potential cyclogenesis in the G4 scenario
    • GC33B-1239 Geoengineering and the blockchain: a near-complete solution to greenhouse emissions?
  • GC31I: Multidisciplinary Assessments of Radiation Management Geoengineering II
    • GC31I-01 Simulated transition from RCP8.5 to RCP4.5 through three different Radiation Management techniques (Invited)
    • GC31I-02 Limits of cirrus cloud seeding
    • GC31I-03 Impacts of Solar Radiation Management on Surface Ozone
    • GC31I-04 Dangerous Climate Velocities from Geoengineering Termination: Potential Biodiversity Impacts
    • GC31I-05 The G4Foam Experiment: Global Climate Impacts of Regional Ocean Albedo Modification
    • GC31I-06 Precipitation response to solar geoengineering in a high-resolution tropical-cyclone permitting coupled general circulation model
    • GC31I-07 Climate Impacts of Geoengineering in a Delayed Mitigation Scenario
    • GC31I-08 Solar Geoengineering Effects on Stratospheric Dynamics, QBO and Transport
    • GC31I-09 Changes to the quasi-biennial oscillation due to tropical SO2 injections
    • GC31I-10 Sensitivity of Global Mortality to Sulfate Geoengineering
  • A11I-0127: Assessing estimates of radiative forcing for solar geoengineering starts with accurate aerosol radiative properties
  • A33B-0210: Why is solar forcing less effective than CO2 forcing in causing climate change?
  • ED12A-03: The place of drama in science (Invited)
  • ED12A-06: Climate Curriculum Modules on Volcanic Eruptions, Geoengineering, and Nuclear Winter
  • GC21E-1142: Communicating the Challenges and Opportunities of Negative Emissions
  • GC22A-06: Simulating the Earth System Response to Negative Emissions
  • GC23B-1239: Beetle-kill to carbon-negative bioenergy in the Rockies: stand, enterprise, and regional-scale perspectives
  • GC24D-02: Pathways to 1.5 degrees: new GCM simulations for scenarios which meet the Paris temperature targets
  • GC24D-09: Challenges for the geosciences after the Paris agreement
  • GC53F-08: New AgMIP Scenarios: Impacts of Volcanic Eruptions, Geoengineering, or Nuclear War on Agriculture
  • TH13G: Negative Emissions Technologies: New Developments and Scientific Challenges
  • U11A-02: Strategic Global Climate Command? (Invited)
  • U51A-02: Technologies and policies for "hard to scrub" emissions sources (Invited)

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