Symposium Schedule (last update - April 7)  
May 20 S 1.2: Climate model projections
10:30 Hans von Storch (Invited)
Comparing past variability of coastal currents and upwelling regimes with plausible future anthropogenic signals - In the framework of millennial AOGCM simulations
10:55 Seita Emori (Invited)
Future projection of extreme events
11:20 Claus W. Böning
Freshening of the subpolar North Atlantic: Causes and consequences
11:35 Nicholas A. Bond
A method for using IPCC model simulations to project changes in marine ecosystems
11:50 Robert Marsh
Recent warming and changes of circulation in the North Atlantic simulated with eddy-permitting and eddy-resolving ocean models
12:05 Talgat R. Kilmatov 
A variational model of jet current applied to the Kuroshio Extension
12:20 John C. Fyfe
Anthropogenic speed-up of oceanic planetary waves
12:35 Alexander Sen Gupta
Fidelity in the present-day simulation and projected changes to the Southern Hemisphere extratropical ocean/sea-ice system in the AR4 coupled climate models
12:50 Didier Swingedouw
Antarctic ice-sheet melting provides negative feedbacks on future climate warming
13:05  Lunch
14:30 Jason Holt
The sensitivity of the circulation, stratification and primary production of the Northwest European continental shelf to climate change
14:45 Francisco Álvarez-García
The Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation in IPCC coupled model control and climate change simulations
15:00 Marisa Montoya
Surface wind-stress threshold for glacial Atlantic overturning
15:15 Pablo Ortega
The AMOC in millennial ECHO-g climate simulations and future climate change scenarios
15:30 Paulo Nobre
Biosphere-atmosphere-ocean interactions and climate change: The case of Amazon deforestation
15:45 Maria Nieves Lorenzo
Influence of colored noise in the ocean coupling on the thermohaline circulation
16:00 Michael G. Foreman
Future winds off the Pacific coast of Canada
16:15 Richard E. Thomson
A diagnostic model of mixed layer depth variability with application to Ocean Station "P" in the northeast Pacific
16:30 Enrique E. Aguirre
Study of the wind variation effects in the upwelling system along the Peruvian coast and consequences of climate change through numerical modeling
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