Poster session

17 May at 12:30-13:30, 17.45-, Hemeryck foyer

01. Greenhouse gas mitigation strategies in municipal wastewater treatment – David Gustavsson (VA Syd)

02. Climate change-based models predict range shifts in the distribution of broadleaved tree species in Sweden – Jacqueline Souza Lima (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

03. Understanding Arctic browning from macro to nano – Louise C Andresen (University of Gothenburg & BECC)

04. Simulated climate in the Baltic Sea region in a standalone atmospheric regional climate model and in a coupled atmosphere-ocean model – Erik Kjellström (SMHI)

05. The COordinated Regional climate Downscaling Experiment (CORDEX) and the International Project Office for CORDEX (IPOC) at SMHI – Irene Lake (SMHI)

06. Bias-adjustment evaluation under non-stationarity using MIdAS – Thomas Bosshard (SMHI)

07. Nitrogen deposition to northern Europe with focus on the Baltic Sea and the Scandinavian Mountains: reanalysis and future projections – Tinja Olenius (SMHI)

08. The effect of spatial and temporal planning scale on the trade-off between the financial value and carbon storage in production forests – Tristan Bakx (Lund University & BECC)

09. Opportunities and challenges for agricultural bioenergy production in Sweden – Cecilia Larsson (Lund University & BECC)

10. Swedish Climate Policy Processes – Barriers and Opportunities – Mikael Karlsson (Uppsala University)

11. Unfolding the development project Augustenborg – from a socially exposed flooded neighbourhood to a green flagship – Lisa Lorenzi Wall (Lund University)

14. Can AI foster sustainable behavior? A case for proactive communicating artificial agents – Jasmin Grosinger (Örebro University)

15. The extreme summer 2018 in Sweden – in historical and future contex – Renate Wilcke (SMHI)

16. Large-scale uncertainty context for km-scale climate information – Renate Wilcke (SMHI)

17. Barystatic and steric sea level variations in the Baltic Sea in the satellite era – Armin Agha Karimi (Bolin Centre & KTH)

18. Geostrophic pathways between the northern North Sea and the North Atlantic subpolar gyre: a satellite-based Lagrangian perspective – Ezra Eisbrenner (Stockholm University)

19. Low-frequency variability in the formation of Warm core rings in the Gulf stream from satellite altimetry – Arunraj Kondetharayil Soman (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

20. The impact of CO2 and paleogeography on the ocean circulation during the high-CO2 Miocene Climate Optimum (~17-15 Ma) – Trusha Naik (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

21. Recent and future changes in Baltic Sea ice conditions – Per Pemberton (SMHI)

22. Catastrophic event, non linearity, climate change, glacier retreat – Per Holmlund (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

23. 75 years of Mass Balance observations at Storglaciären, and research at Tarfala Research Station, Kebnekaise Mountains, northern Sweden – Per Holmlund (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

24. Changes in Arctic sea-ice and energy budget – a comparison between the Last Interglacial period and the near future – Marie Sicard (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

25. Mapping of soil organic carbon stocks in two coastal catchments at the Canadian Beaufort Coast – Julia Wagner (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

26. European drought impacts on vegetation: a new pattern in recent two decades – Hongxiao Jin (Lund University & BECC)

27. Benefits and added value of ”convection-permitting” climate model simulations over Fenno-Scandinavia – Petter Lind (SMHI)

28. Vegetation feedbacks enhance the West African Monsoon during the Mid-Holocene – Ellen Berntell (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

29. The role of land-surface interactions for the climate biases in the EC-Earth earth system model – Wilhelm May (Lund University & MERGE, BECC)

30. How well can convection-permitting climate simulations reproduce sub-hourly rainfall extremes? An assessment in Southern Sweden – Yiheng Du (SMHI)

31. The formation and loss of warm-adapted microbial temperature relationships in response to summer heatwaves in the Subarctic – Daniel Tajmal (Lund University & BECC)

32. Variability of extreme temperature and precipitation over Europe in a warmer world – Shiyu Wang (SMHI)

33. HomogWS-se: A century-long homogenized dataset of near-surface wind speed observations since 1925 rescued in Sweden for community use – Chunluez Zhou (University of Gothenburg & MERGE)

34. Soil microbial responses to extreme weather and land-use management across a Swedish precipitation gradient – Sara Winterfeldt (Lund University & BECC)

35. Mapping North American Holocene Biophysical Land Surface Change using Paleoecological Evidence – Andria Dawson (Mount Royal University Calgary)

36. Intense Mid-Holocene warming on highland Sumatra driven by ENSO variability? Insights from biomarker proxies and transient models – Petter Hällberg (Bolin Centre, Stockholm University)

37. Effect of climate change and droughts on future weathering rates in Sweden – Veronika Kronnäs (Lund University & BECC)

38. Present and future European heat wave magnitudes: signals and associated uncertainties in GCM-RCM model chains – Changgui Lin (University of Gothenburg & MERGE)

39. Data rescue and digitization of historical wind speed observations in Sweden – Erik Engström (SMHI)