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IAC Kolloquium in climate science "Stratospheric composition feedbacks and their relevance for tropospheric and surface climate" by G.Chiodo - Shared screen with speaker view
Anna Merrifield
05:04
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timofei.sukhodolov
16:10
Gruezi from Davos, amigos
Sandro Vattioni
19:19
please all swich off your mics
Jan Henneberger
20:20
Hello, as a host you can also mute other.
Zane and Nadine Dedekind
20:22
Loud and clear
Jan Henneberger
24:18
If you open the participants list in the chat, there is also a button to raise the hand electronically
Heini Wernli
01:02:07
In your first part, you showed climate change experiments with 3 models and it seems that with SOCOL the O3 effects are strongest. Is there a simple reason why SOCOL produces strongest signals than WACCM and GFDL?
Nicolas Gruber
01:07:04
I am curious to learn more about the role of O3 in driving wind changes over the Southern Ocean, particularly when considering the present-day situation when O3 loss (through CFCs) and O3 changes through global warming interact?
Daniela Domeisen
01:09:35
1. A clarification question on the same topic: when using “fixed O3” in the SH experiment, at which levels is the O3 fixed? 2. what is the proposed mechanism for interactive ozone to have an opposite jet shift response in the SH?
Daniela Domeisen
01:24:32
Thanks!
Hilla Afargan-Gerstman
01:24:47
Thank you Gabriel
Christina Schnadt Poberaj
01:25:01
You can clap hands: reactions
Flavio Lehner
01:25:04
Great job and thanks!