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AGORA 3 

Poster Coffee 
Poster 

ST, PS & NP 


LES MUSES — 

Coffee & Poster Coffee 
Rooms 

Clio, Thalie, Erato, Uranie, Calliope & Euterpe 
Poster OA & Video 



_ AGORA 2 

Exhibition 
Poster Coffee 

Poster 

G & HS 


RHODES 


Exhibition 


Coffee (2x), Poster Coffee & Lunch 

Internet Gallieni 1 
Section/rWG Offices 
Slide Preview Slides & Co 

Rooms 
Studio & R6 

Mykonos & Gallieni 2, 3 & 5 
R5, R7 & R8 

Hermes, Athena, R1-R4 & R9-R11 
Poster SE & NH, Video & PC 



AGORA 1 

Registration, 
Business Center 
Message Boards 
Job Centre 
Editorial Office 


Bank 

Wardrobes 

Payphones 

Council 


MEDITERRANEE 


Coffee 

Rooms 
M1-M4 
M9 & IRIS 

M5-M8 



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Schedule of Events 

Sunday, 19 April 

15.00-20.00 Registration 

Monday, 20 April 

08.00-18.00 Registration 

08.30-17.00 Oral Sessions 

10.00-11.30 Refreshments 

16.30- 17.00 Refreshments 

17.00-18.15 Opening & Award Cere¬ 

mony 

18.15-19.00 Society Lecture 

19.30- 22.00 Icebreaker Reception 

Tuesday, 21 April 
08.00-18.00 Registration 


08.30-17.00 Oral Sessions 

10.00-11.30 Refreshments 

17.00-19.30 PosterA'^ideo Sessions & 

Refreshments 

17.00-18.00 Society Lecture 

09.00-19.30 Exhibition 

Wednesday, 22 April 


08.00-18.00 

08.30-17.00 

12.00-14.00 

17.00-19.30 

09.00-19.30 

19.30-21.00 


Registration 
Oral Sessions 
Open Section/IWG 
Luncheons 

PosterA/^ideo Sessions 
& Refreshments 
Exhibition 

Conveners’ Reception 


Thursday, 23 April 


08.00-18.00 

08.30-17.00 

10.00-11.30 

17.00-19.30 

09.00-19.30 


Registration 
Oral Sessions 
Refreshments 
PosterA^ideo Sessions 
& Refreshments 
Exhibition 


Friday, 24 April 

08.00-14.00 Registration 

08.30-18.00 Oral Sessions 

10.00-11.30 Refreshments 

15.00-16.30 Refreshments 























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European Geophysical Society XXII General Assembly, 20 - 24 April 1998 


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The Final Proceedings for European Geophysical Society XXIII General Assembly, 

This is an interdisciplinary conference. Topics include meteorology, ionospheric 
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20 April 1998-24 April 1998 

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European Geophysical Society 
X^II General Assembly 
Nice, France 20 - 24 April 1998 



General Information 


Location and Conference Address 

The 23rd General Assembly of the European Geophysical 
Society is held at the congress centre Nice Acropolis. 

The congress address is: 

Nice Acropolis Tel: +33-493-92 81 13 

1 Esplanade Kennedy Fax: +33-493-92 81 14 

B P 83 

F-06302 Nice Cedex 2 
France 

The official entrance if from Bd. Risso. Next bus stop is 
Acropolis, served by SUN buses Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 6A, 16, 
16A & 16B. 

The assembly is open to scientists of all nations. 

Official Language 

The official language of the General Assembly is English. 
Simultaneous interpretation is not provided. It is therefore 
expected that authors are able to present their research more 
or less fluently in the English language. 

Registration Information 

All attendees must register and wear their name badges 
throughout the meeting hours. 

Conference Office, Hotel Booking and 
Travel Services 

The Congress Counter is located in the Entrance Hall of 
the Congress Centre (AGORA 1). The opening hours are; 

Sunday, 19 April 15.00-20.00 

Monday-Thursday, 20-23 April 08.00-18.00 

Friday, 24 April 08.00-12.00 

Final, on-site and day registration, lost and found, messages 
and the EGS support awards are handled at this coimter at 
any time during its opening hours, while on-site hotel 
booking and travel arrangements are handled at the separate 
counter Hotel Booking behind the Congress Counter. 

Members of Cooperating Societies 

Members of the following societies may register at the EGS 
member rates: 

• American Geophysical Union (AGU) (only for members 
with an address outside of Europe) 

» Danish Geophysical Society (DGS) 

• Norwegian Geophysical Society (NGS) 

• Swedish Geophysical Society (SGS). 


Non-member Registrants 

Participants who are registered at the full-meeting non¬ 
member or student non-member rate, are automatically 
recognized as EGS members for 1998 at no extra charge. 

Guest Registration 

Guests or spouses attending only the Opening & Award 
Ceremony on Monday, 20 April, at 17.00 may register at no 
charge. Otherwise they must register at the "accompanying 
person" or "daily ticket" rates. 

Accessibility for Registrants with Disabilities 

EGS wants to ensure that all registrants have access to the 
sessions and events they wish to attend, and it will therefore 
gladly assists with arrangements for anyone with special 
requirements. 

Registrants with wheelchairs shoxdd use the lift in the 
Entrance Hall - Lower Level on the right hand side; a 
security officer will help to access all levels and meeting 
rooms from this point. 

Registration Benefits 

The registration fee includes the publication of abstracts in 
Annales Geophysicae Supplement, the conference material 
incl. one part of the Abstract Books and the Programme 
Book, use of video/PC demonstration equipment incl. 
Internet, refreshments during breaks, the Icebreaker Recep¬ 
tion, the Section/IWG Business Luncheons, and the partici¬ 
pation in all other activities during the meeting. 

Moreover, participants, who have registered at the full¬ 
meeting on-site rate, are eligible for one free personal 
subscription to one of the following EGS journals: Annales 
Geophysicae, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences or 
Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics. 


Conference Hours 

Oral Presentations 

Monday-Thursday, 20-23 April, 08.30/9.00-16.30/17.00 
Friday, 24 April, 08.30/09.00-18.00/18.30 

Poster Presentations 

Tuesday-Thursday, 21-23 April, 16.30/17.00-19.00/19.30 
Exhibition 

Tuesday-Thursday, 21-23 April, 09.00-19.00/19.30 

EGS Sponsored Events 

Opening & Award Ceremony 
Monday, 20 April, 17.00-18.15 
Lecture Theatre Apollon 


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Lunch 


Society Lecture - Monday 
Monday, 20 April, 18.15-19.00 
Lecture Theatre Apollon 
H. Wanke: Recent Studies of Planet Mars 

Society Lecture - Tuesday 
Tuesday, 21 April, 17.00-18.00 
Lecture Theatre Athena 
P. Kind: The 5th Framework Programme 

Icebreaker Reception 
Monday, 20 April, 19.30-22.00 
AGORA2 & MYKONOS FOYER 

Complimentary Refreshments 

Coffee Breaks 

Monday-Friday, 20-24 April, except Wednesday, 22 April, 
10.00-11.30 

Monday, 20 April, 16.30-17.00 
Friday, 24 April, 15.00-16.30 

Level 0 - Mediterranee 

Level 2 - Mykonos Area & Athena Foyer 

Level 3 - Social Area Les Muses 

Poster C'Oflfees 

Tuesday-Thursday, 21-23 April, 17.00-18.00, Poster Areas 

Level 2 - AGORA2 & Athena Foyer 
Level 3 - AGORA3 & Social Area Les Muses 

Section/IWG Business Meetings 
Sandwiches & Refreshments are complimentary 
Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00 

Solid Earth (SE) = Room RIO 

Geodesy (G) = Room R5 

Hydrology (HS) = Room Gallieni 3 

Oceans & Atmosphere (OA) = Room Clio 

Solar-Terrestrial Sciences (ST) = Room M8 

Planetary Sciences (PS) = Room M4 

Nonlinear Geophysics (NP) = Room M3 

Natural Ha 2 ards (NH) = Room R1 

CouncO Meetings 
Hotel NOVOTEL CENTRE 
Sunday, 19 April, 15.00-19.00 
Thurs^y, 23 April, 19.00-24.00 

President’s Dinner 

Monday, 20 April, 20.00, Hotel Negresco (by invitation 
only) 

Reception for Conveners 

Wednesday, 22 April, 19.30-21.00, Level 2 - Athena Foyer 
(by invitation only) 

Best Poster Competition 

Ballot papers should be picked up, eompleted, singed and 
returned to the Congress Counter 
Monday-Thursday, 20-23 April, 08.00-18.00 
Friday, 24 April, 08.00-12.00 


Monday-Friday, 20-24 April, 12.30/13.00-14.00 

Salads, sandwiches, deserts and drinks are served: 

Level 2 - Mykonos Area & Athena Foyer 
Level 0 - outside of Mediterranee 

Otherwise, there are more than 20 restaurants and bars in 
the Bd. Risso and Av. de la Republique (all less then 10 
min. away) 

Happy Hours 

Meet your colleagues for informal discussions (cash bar) : 
Level 2 - Mykonos Area, during conference hours 

Events Sponsored by Other Organteations 

Saturday, 18 April 

09.00 CSTG Satellite and Lunar Laser Ranging Subcom¬ 
mission Steering Committee, Hotel Aston, Contact: 
J. Degnan 

Sunday, 19 April 

09.00 CSTG Executive Committee Meeting, Hotel Aston, 
Contact: H. Drewes 

Tuesday, 21 April 

16.30 International VLBl Organization - Draft Document 
Discussion, Room Gallieni 3, Contact: Th. A. Clark 
and N.R. Vandenberg 

18.00 ESFE Working Group Meeting, Room Gallieni 2, 
Contact: C. Prodehl 

19.00 CSTG Satellite and Lunar Laser Ranging Subcom¬ 
mission Meeting, Room Hermes, Contact: J. Degnan 

Wednesday, 22 April 

18.00 Geophysical Journal International Editorial Board 
Reception, Foyer Hermes, Contact: A. Khan 

Thursday, 23 AprO 

17.00 IGCP 400 Project Meeting, Room Mykonos, Con¬ 
tact: D. Delvaux 

19.00 Solid Earth Tides in Space Geodetic Techniques 
Working Group Meeting, Room Gallieni 2, Contact: 
H. Schuh 

Friday, 24 April 

09.00 International Lithospheric Programme, Room R9, 
Contact: J. Daflobeitia 

E-MaU 

Level 2 - Room Gallieni 1 
Monday-Thursday, 20-23 April, 08.00-18.00 
Friday, 24 April, 08.00-14.00 


Only posters with more than 10 votes will enter the final 
election procedure. The three best posters will each receive 
one free admission to the next General Assembly. 


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Business Center 

Telephone, Telefax and Photocopies 
Entrance Hall - AGORAl behind Congress Counter 
Monday-Thursday, 20-23 April, 08.00-18.00 
Friday, 24 April, 08.00-14.00 

Messages 

Contact staff at Congress Counter and Message Boards in 
Entrance Hall - AGORAl during congress hours. 

Lost-and-Found 

Contact staff at Congress Counter in Entrance Hall - 
AGORAl. 

Bank Services 

Exchange of money and cash payment on traveller cheques 
and credit cards (VISA, Mastercard and Diners) 

Entrance Hall - Ground Floor 
Sunday, 19 April, 15.00-20.00 
Monday-Thursday, 20-23 April, 08.00-18.00 
Friday, 24 April, 08.00-12.00 

Post Office, Pharmacy & Credit Card 
Suspenders 

The closest Post Office (about 400 m) is 34 rue Barberis. 
Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 09.00-17.00 

The closest Pharmacy (about 150 m) is at the comer me 
Smolet/avenue de la Republique. 

Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 09.00-19.30 

The closest Night Pharmacy is in 7 me Massena, Tel: 

0493877894 

Opening hours: Monday-Friday, 19.30-08.30 

There are Credit Card Suspenders at the major banks, such 
as Credit Agricole or Credit Lyonnais, at 27 or 35 avenue 
de la Republique, respectively. 

Section/IWG Offices 

Offices for the EGS Section and IWG Presidents and 
Secretaries: Level 2 - Rhodes, parallel to Lecture Theatre 
Athena 

President’s & Council’s Lounges 

Salon Robert C. Lonati, Entrance Hall - Lower Level, left- 
hand side next to the bank. 

Editorial Office 

On-site Editorial Office of the EGS proceedings journal 
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. 

Entrance Hall - AGORAl behind the Congress Counter 
Monday-Friday, 20-24 April, 08.00-18.00 

Job Centre 

Entrance Hall - AGORAl behind the Congress Counter 
Monday-Friday, 20-24 April, 08.00-18.00 


Job Candidates 

Bring 5 copies of your resume or CV to be kept on file for 
employers to review, check the job postings daily and leave 
messages for those employers you would like to meet. 

Employers 

Pre-register your job aimouncement with EGS or register it 
on-site at the Job Centre and review the resumes and CVs 
during the meeting. 

Wardrobes 

Guarded wardrobes are located both on the left- and right- 
hand side in the Entrance Hall - Lower Level 
Sunday, 19 April, 15.00-20.00 
Monday-Friday, 20-24 April, 08.00-20.00 

Insurance Coverage 

Participants may purchase medical insurance protection 
during their attendance of the EGS General Assembly at the 
Congress Counter during the opening hours. The price is 
USD 5,- per day. 

Instructions to Speakers 

The final programme order will not be changed except in 
imexpected emergency situations and when marked on the 
on-site Daily Programme posted outside the corresponding 
lecture room. 

Please be in your lecture room at least 10 min before your 
session starts. Prepare your slides with your name, a 
sequence number and a thumb mark before delivering them 
to the projectionist. Each projectionist will have a copy of 
the programme. Please inform him or her on the position of 
your presentation. 

If you intend to present a video or PC demonstration paper, 
please contact Ae technical staff in the respective Poster 
Areas well in advance. It is highly recommended to perform 
a test-run before your actual presentation. 

Since the posters may be on display for the entire week of 
the conference, please make sure to put your poster up as 
soon as possible after your anival at the conference and to 
take it down as late in the week as possible. Use only the 
board(s) actually allocated for your poster, and please be at 
your display for presentation during the Authors in Atten¬ 
dance Time(s) given in the conference programme. 

Please, deliver 4 copies of your manuscript to the Editorial 
Office at the assembly and make sure that your manuscript 
number is included on all copies. This, however, only holds 
for sessions for which the publication of "proceedings" in 
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth has been decided upon 
before the meeting. If this decision is reached at or after the 
meeting, you will receive a written invitation by the EGS 
Office after the meeting. 

Oral Presentations 

Lecture Rooms 

All lecture rooms are located in the Congress Centre (see 
front and back covers). 


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In general, each lecture room is equipped with two over¬ 
head projectors with transparencies and felt pens, one slide 
projector, a pointer, and a speaker’s desk. In addition, there 
is one large screen or two separate screens to allow for 
double projection at any time. 

One projectionist will be present in each lecture room. 
He/she will accept and show the slides, put up the daily 
programme, and help the chaiiperson and the speakers. 

In general, 15 min. are reserved for contributed and 25-30 
min. for solicited papers, including time for discussion and 
changeover. For oral summaries of poster papers 2-5 min. 
are foreseen (1 transparency only). 

Slides & Co 

Speakers intending to show slides during their presentation, 
must deliver them clearly marked to the corresponding 
projectionist well before the beginning of the respective 
session. 

All slides will be projected by special slide projectors from 
the back of each lecture room. Speakers should therefore 
prepare their slides to withstand the heat. Otherwise they 
should contact the conference staff for re-framing their 
slides in special glass. 

For speakers to preview their slides and/or to prepare 
viewgraphs: 

Room Slides & Co, Hermes Foyer, Level 2 - Rhodes 
Monday-Thursday, 20-23 April, 08.00-18.00 
Friday, 24 April, 08.00-14.00 

Poster Presentations 

Poster Areas 

Poster presentations are organized in Poster Sessions, and 
Poster Sessions belonging thematically to the same overall 
topic are organized in separate Poster Areas. An overview 
and a summary are included on the last pages of this book. 

Poster Boards 

In general, for each poster paper one numbered poster board 
is reserved with a clear dimension of 91 cm (width) x 240 
cm (height). All the material necessary for attaching the 
poster to the poster board is available at the EGS Facility 
Desk in the respective poster area. In addition, there are 
assistants to help authors in putting up or in taking dovra 
their posters. 

The number of each poster paper and of its corresponding 
poster board is given in the appropriate session programme 
at the left hand side of the author(s)-and-title block of each 
contribution. The first part of this number indicates the 
index of the corresponding Poster Area and the second part 
the running number of the appropriate poster board in that 
area. 

Display Time 

In general, the time for the display of all posters is from 
Monday, 14.00, to Friday, 13.00, i.e., practically the entire 
week of the conference. Therefore, authors are kindly asked 
to put up their posters as soon as possible after their arrival 
at the conference and to take them down as late as possible. 


In this way conference participants are able to view the 
posters at any time during the conference hours. 

Authors in Attendance Time(s) 

the Authors in Attendance Time(s) is (are) the time(s) when 
the respective authors of a Poster Session must be present 
at their display for presentation. These times are allocated 
during Tuesday-Thursday, 17.00-19.00/19.30. In general, 
during this (these) time(s), the Chairperson of the corre¬ 
sponding Poster Session guides the group of participants 
from poster to poster, in order to guarantee that each author 
has the opportunity to present his/her poster. The Authors 
in Attendance Time(s) for each Poster Session is provided 
in the conference programme. 

Videos 

Multiple norm VHS video recorders with monitors are 
installed in the following Poster Areas: 

AGORA2 - HS Area (lift close to Apollon) 

Rhodes - SE Area (besides escalator to Mediterranee) 

Les Muses - OA Area (next to Social Area) 

Tuesday-Thursday, 21-23 April, 08.00-19.00/19.30 

Personal Computer 

A Personal Computer with monitor is installed in the Poster 
Area: 

Rhodes - SE Area (besides escalator to Mediterranee) 
Tuesday-Thursday, 21-23 April, 08.00-19.00/19.30 

Paper Identification Number for Proceedings 

Contributions for Sessions for which the Conveners have 
foreseen the publication of "proceedings" in Physics and 
Chemistry of the Earth have their own manuscript identifi¬ 
cation numbers, which are included in the programme at the 
left hand side of their corresponding author(s)-and-title 
block. The first part of this number indicates the index of 
the corresponding Session and the second part the running 
number of the appropriate paper in the Session. This 
identification number is for reference purposes, e.g., as 
MS-No. for manuscripts to be submitted for publication in 
one of the "proceedings" issues. In case it is decided at the 
meeting that "proceedings" of a particular session will be 
published in Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, the 
corresponding authors will be informed by the EGS Office 
after the assembly, providing also the manuscript numbers, 
the address of the Editor to whom the manuscripts should 
be sent, and the deadline date for submission. 

Guidelines for Chairpersons 

In order for the European Geophysical Society to maintain 
the quality of its scientific programmes, it is essential that 
the Chairpersons of the EGS Sessions carry out their 
fimctions properly. Below please find a brief description of 
these fimctions: 

1. General Information 

In general, each lecture room is equipped with two over¬ 
head projectors, one slide projector, one or two large 


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screens to allow for double projection at any time, a pointer 
and a speaker’s desk. In order not to disrupt the session 
schedule, it will be possible to show VHS videos and PC 
computer demonstrations only in the Poster Areas. 

One projectionist will be present in each lecture room. S/he 
will accept and show the slides, hand out transparencies and 
felt pens, put up the "Daily Session Programme", help the 
Chairpersons and the speakers and contact when necessary 
the technical staff of the congress centre. 

All poster presentations will take place in selected Poster 
Areas. For each poster contribution one numbered poster 
board will be reserved from Monday, 14.00, to Friday, 
13.00 (Display Time). The number, which will also appear 
in front of the corresponding poster paper in the session 
programme, indicates the poster area (2 letters) and the 
position of the board wiAin the area (3 digit running 
number). At the special time interval included in the session 
programme (Authors in Attendance Time) the Chaiiper- 
son(s) and the authors should gather at the session displays 
for the presentation of the posters. 

Authors have been informed correspondingly. 

2. Conducting the Session 

The Chairperson is responsible for conducting the session. 
S/he is expected to open and close the session on time and 
to ensure that the speakers of the session are present and 
that they are able to make their presentations without 
disruption. All times allocated for presentations include also 
the time for discussions and for changeover! 


6. Poster Sessions 

Chairpersons for poster sessions should gather and guide the 
audience from poster to poster in the order of their appear¬ 
ance, and they should invite the authors to present their 
posters for about 5-10 min. and stimulate discussions after¬ 
wards. 

Exhibition 

Participants are invited to visit the exhibition stands on 
Level 2 - AGORA2 and Mykonos Area. Here they will find 
the exhibits of the following companies (in alphabetical 
order): 

Academic Press Ltd. 

Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 

Publishers 24-28 Oval Road 
London NWl 7DX 
United Kingdom 
Attn. Lisa Agostini and Rachel 

AGICO, Inc. 

Jecna 29a 

621 00 Brno Tel: 

Czech Republic Fax: 

Attn. Libro Vejmelek and Jiri Pokomy 

American Geophysical Union Booth Ml 

2000 Florida Avenue, N.W. 

Washington, DC 20009-1277 Tel: +1-202-939-3208 

USA Fax: +1-202-328-0566 

Attn. Judy Holoviak and Maureen Matkovich 


Booth #11 


Tel: +44-171-267-4466 
Fax: +44-171-267-3811 
Bridgman 


Booth #04 

+420-5-7264-323 

+420-5-7264-328 


3. Verification of Presenting Authors 

Before each presentation the Chairperson should verify that 
the person to speak is listed in the programme as one of the 
authors. If this is not the case and the person to speak is not 
sufficiently acquainted with the work in order to answer 
questions, only the title of the paper should be read. 

4. Time Schedule 

In view of the many parallel sessions, the time schedule of 
the session should be strictly kept. Any disruption is 
extremely annoying for those wishing to attend certain pre¬ 
sentations. Therefore, if a gap should occur in the time 
schedule and no stand by paper is available to fill in, 
discussions on the previous talks or short oral summaries of 
poster papers, if not yet foreseen in the programme, should 
be stimulated. 

5. Programme Changes & Verification of Papers 
actuaUy presented 


Cambridge University Press Booth #03 

The Edinburgh Building 
Shaftesbury Road 

Cambridge CB2 2RU Tel: +44-1223-312393 

United Kingdom Fax: +44-1223-325891 

Attn. M. Lloyd and H. Millward 

EC DG XII/D 

SDME 7/74 

European Commission, DG XII - 
Science, Research & Development 
200 Rue de la Loi 
1049 Brussels 
Belgium 

Attn. H. ter Mors 

Elsevier Science Booth #14 

P.O.Box 211 

1000 AE Amsterdam Tel: +31-20-4853-786 

The Netherlands Fax:+31-20-4853-809 

Attn. Jacques Kiebert, Anna Ypma 


Booth #08 


Tel: +32-2-295-3105 
Fax: +32-2-296-3024 


Any programme changes received by the EGS Office after 
the Programme Book has been forwarded to the printer will 
be included in the "Daily Programme": a copy of the 
revised session programme enlarged to the size of A3 and 
put up outside of the corresponding lecture room in the 
morning before the session starts. The chairperson will re¬ 
ceive her/his copy from the projectionist, and s/he is kindly 
asked to return it after the session. Any last minute modifi¬ 
cations as well as a remark as to whether or not a paper has 
been actually presented will be noted on these programmes 
by the projectionist. 


Geofrance 3D Booth #13 

DR/MGG 
BRGM 
B.P. 6009 

45060 Orleans Cedex 02 
France 

Attn. P. Ledru 

International GPS Service 
4800 Oak Grove Drive 
Pasadena, CA 91109 
USA 

Attn. Priscilla Van Scoy and David Jefferson 


Tel: +33-238-643219 
Fax: +33-238-644702 


Booth #02 

Tel: +1-818-354-9428 
Fax: +1-818-393-6686 


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Booth #12 


John Waey & Sons Ltd. Booth #05 

Baffins Lane, Chichester 

Sussex P019 lUD Tel: +44-1243-770259 

United Kingdom Fax: +44-1243-770432 

Attn. Dolores Kelly and Sally Wilkinson 

Kluwer Academic Publishers Booth #06 

Spuiboulevard 50 

3300 AZ Dordrecht Tel: +31-78-6392-124 

The Netherlands Fax:+31-78-6392-323 

Attn. Petra van Steenbergen and Eugene de Geus 

Refraction Technology, Inc. Booth #07 

2626 Lombardy Lane, suite 105 

Dallas, TX 75220 Tel: +1-214-353-0609 

USA Fax: +1-214-353-9659 

Attn. Leonid Zimakov 

Scintec Atmospharenmesstechnik GmbH Booth #10 

Hblderlinstr. 31 

72074 Tubingen Tel: +49-7071-921411 

Germany Fax: +49-7071-551431 

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Sponsorship and Financial Support 

We wish to thank the following for their contribution to the 
success of this conference: United States Air Force Europe¬ 
an Office of Aerospace Research and Development, United 
States Office of Naval Research, Europe. 


Invitation to the 

Opening & Award Ceremony and the Society Lecture 
Apollon, 20 April 1998, 17.00 

1. Welcome by the President of the European Geophysical Society, Heinrich Wanke 

2. Presentation of the Society’s Awards and Medals 1998 


2.1. 

Honorary Membershio 

Aksel C. Wiin-Nielsen 

2.6. 

John Dalton Medal 

James C.I. Dooge 

2.2. 

EGS Badge Award 

James S.G. McCulloch 

Roberto Sabadini 

2.7. 

2.8. 

Fridtjof Nansen Medal 
Jean-Francois Minster 

Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal 

2.3. 

Steohan Mueller Medal 

Peter A. Ziegler 

2.9. 

Amt Eliassen 

Milutin Milankovic Medal 

2.4. 

Beno Gutenberg Medal 

Markus BSth 

2.10. 

Syukuro Manabe 

Hannes Alfven Medal 

2.5. 

Vening Meinesz Medal 

Reiner Rummel 


Charles F. Kennel (for 1997) 
Carl-Gunne Falthammar (for 1998) 


3. Plenary Meeting 

Inauguration of the EGS President and the newly elected Section Presidents, 1998-2000 

4. Society Lecture 

Heinrich Wanke: Recent Studies of Planet Mars 


These events are followed by the Icebreaker Reception on Level 2, AGORA2 and MYKONOS AREA and by the 
President’s D inn er in the Hotel Negresco for the 1998 Awardees and Medalists, respectively. 


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Invitation to the Open Section & IWG Meetings 
Wednesday, 22 April 1998, 12.00-14.00 


Meeting Rooms 


RIO = Solid Earth Geophysics (SE) 

R5 = Geodesy (G) 

GallieniS = Hydrological Sciences (HS) 

Clio = Oceans & Atmosphere (OA) 


= Solar-Terrestrial Sciences (ST) 

= Planetary & Solar System Sciences (PS) 
= Nonlinear Processes (NP) 

= Natural Hazards (NH) 


1. Welcome and Introduction by the President/ 
Chairman 

2. Agenda 

3. Report on Society and Section/IWG Activities 

4. Scientific Programme for the General Assembly 
1999 

5. Suggestions for the Millennium Conference 


6. Candidates for President 2000-2002 

7. Additional Sub-Sections/Sub-Groups or IWGs. 

8. Section Medal(s) and appropriate candidates for 1999. 

9. Candidates for Society Awards 1999. 

10. New topical journals or other publications. 

11. Nomination of editors as required. 

12. Any other business. 


Sandwiches & Refreshments are complimentary 


European Geophysical Society 

Inviting the scientists of the world to participate in the 

Millennium Conference on Earth, 
Planetary & Solar Systems Sciences 

- 25th General Assembly - 

Fortezza da Basso, Florence, Italy 
3-7 April 2000 

Join this unique celebration of the past and the new millennium in the 
capital of Renaissance and in the beauty of Tuscany. 

Suggestions regarding the scientific programme and any inquiries 
should be addressed to: 

EGS Office Tel: +49-5556-1440 

Max-Planck-Str. 13 Fax: +49-5556-4709 

37191 Katlenburg-Lindau EGS(^COPERNICUS.ORG 

Germany http ://www.copemicus.org/EGS/EGS .html 













1998 Membership Rates 


Annales Geophysicae (12 issues/year) 

The leading interdisciplinary, boundary-layer journal 
covering the physics and chemistry of the oceans, of the 
lower, middle and upper atmosphere of the Earth, of the 
Sim and of the interplanetary medium, as well as the marine 
boundary layer and the air-sea interface, the interface 
between the atmosphere and the biosphere, lithosphere, 
hydrosphere, ionosphere and magnetosphere and solar- 
terrestrial interaction. 

Subscription Rate Postage Surcharge 

Member DEM 150,- inch 

Student DEM 75,- incl. 

Em. Sc. DEM 75,- incl. 


Climate Dynamics (8 issues/year) 

Welcomes papers containing original diagnostic, analytical 
or numerical modeling research on the structure and 
behavior of the atmosphere, oceans, cryosphere, biomass 
and land surface as interacting components of the dynamics 
of global climate as well as contributions focused on 
selected aspects of climate dynamics on particular scales of 
space or time. 


Subscription Rate 


Member 

DEM 

98,- 

Student 

DEM 

98,- 

Em. Sc. 

DEM 

98,- 


Postage Surcharge 
Surface mail: DEM 34,- 
Airmail (outside 
Europe) DEM 53,- 


Geophysical Journal International (12 issues/year) 
Covers all disciplines of the physics and chemistry of the 
solid earth. 


Subscription Rate 
Member DEM 150,- 

Student DEM 55,- 

Em. Sc. DEM 55,- 


Postage Surcharge 

mcl. 

incl. 

incl. 


Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (4 issues/year) 
The international and mterdisciplinary journal for the 
publication of original research in hydrology, viewed as a 
separate geoscience alongside the atmospheric, ocean and 
solid earm sciences. HESS serves not only the conununity 
of scientific hydrologists, but all geoscientists who wish to 
publish new fmdings on &e interactions between hydrology 
and other physical, chemical and biological processes within 
the Earth System. 

Subscription Rate Postage Surchyge 

Member 140,- Airmail (outside 

Student DEM 140,- Europe) DEM 16,- 

Em. Sc. DEM 140,- 

Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (9 issues/year) 

The key journal for the study of the chemistry of the 
Earth’s atmosphere with emphasis on the region below 
about 100 Ion, including also topics related to meteorology, 
oceanography, soil science and biology. 


Subscription Rate Postage Surcharge 

Member DEM 240,- incl. 

Student DEM 240,- incl. 

Em. Sc. DEM 240,- incl. 


Journal of Geodynamics (8 issues/year) 

The interdisciplinary journal for solid earth research in 
geodetic, geophysical, geological and geochemical geodyna¬ 
mics, in particular of large scale processes. 


Subscription Rate 
Member DEM 110,- 

Student DEM 110,- 

Em. Sc. DEM 110,- 


Postage Surcharge 

mcl. 

incl. 

incl. 


Newsletter (4 issues/year) 

EGS’s quarterly bulletin carrying articles on the results of 
recent research, upcoming meetmgs, as well as Society’s 
news. 


Subscription Rate Postage Surcharge 

included in membership due. incl. 


Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics (4 issues/year) 

An interdisciplinary journal published jointly by the EGS 
and the AGU for the publication of original research involv¬ 
ing nonlinear processes in geophysics in the broadest sense. 
Contributions from both dynamical system theorists as well 
as geophysicists applying nonlinear methods to fundamental 
problems in geophysics are welcome. 


Subscription Rate 


Member 

DEM 

80,- 

Student 

DEM 

40,- 

Em. Sc. 

DEM 

40,- 


Postage Surcharge 
Surface mail: DEM 16, 
Airmail (outside 
Europe) DEM 32,- 


Physics and Chemistry of the Earth (thematic issues) 
For the publication of short, self-contained and refereed 
papers presented at geo- and planetary sciences’ confer¬ 
ences. 


Subscription Rate 
Member DEM 195,- 

Student DEM 195,- 

Em. Sc. DEM 195,- 


Postage Surcharge 

mcl. 

incl. 

incl. 


Planetary and Space Science (12 issues/year) 

The key journal for planetary and solar system research, 
covering cosmochemistry and the origin and evolution of 
the solar system; small bodies, dust and rings; terrestrial 
and outer planets and their satellites, including geology, 
min eralogy, geophysics and dating as well as the formation 
and dynamics of planetary atmospheres, ionospheres and 
magnetospheres and their interaction with the solar wind; 
exobiology and celestial mechanics. 

Subscription Rate Postage Surcharge 

Member DEM 165,- incl. 

Student DEM 165,- incl. 

Em. Sc. DEM 165,- incl. 


Surveys in Geophysics (6 issues/year) 

Up to-date summaries of research in all the disciplines 
covered by the Society. Subscribers are kept informed also 
of the subjects outside their own specialties. 


Subscription Rate 
Member DEM 165,- 

Student DEM 165,- 

Em. Sc. DEM 165,- 


Postage Surcharge 

incl. 

incl. 

incl. 


Tectonics (6 issues/year) 

Includes papers on the deformation of the crust, including 
mountain building, rifting, seismotectonics, movements of 
terranes, and plate interactions, as well as contributions in 
the areas of analytical, synthetic and integrative tectonics. 


Subscription Rate 
Member DEM 145,- 

Student DEM 75,- 

Em. Sc. DEM 75,- 


Postage Surcharge 
Surface: DEM 36, 
Airfreight: DEM 85,' 
Airmail: DEM 150, 


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Free Membership 


It is a tradition of the European Geophysical Society that 
participants in its General Assemblies having registered at 
the Full/Student Non EGS Membership Rates are automati¬ 
cally recognized as Regular/Student Members of the Society 
for the year of the meeting, respectively. 


1998 Membership Subscription 

Name Badge_ 


Membership-ID No. (if available) 
Joumal(s)/Rate(s)/Surcharge(s)_ 


For the 1998 General Assembly, appropriate pre-registrants 
should have already received their blue 1998 Membership 
Cards, while the on-site registrants will receive theirs 
shortly after the conference. Moreover, they are invited to 
enjoy the benefits of membership and t^e a personal 
subscription to the 10 official journals of the EGS at the 
greatly reduced membership rates listed on the left hand 
page. 


□ Cash at the Registration Desk 

□ By cheque 

□ By credit card 

□ Eurocard/Mastercard/Access 

□ VISA 

□ American Express 

Number:_ 

Valid until:_ 

Cardholder:_ 


___ Date:_ 

Total amount DEM__ Signature: 


Free Personal Subscription 


Participants in the 1998 General Assembly of the European 
Geophysical Society that have pre-registered/registered at 
the full ON-SITE EGS MEMBER/NON EGS MEMBER 
RATES are eligible for a FREE ANNUAL PERSONAL 
SUBSCRIPTION to one of the following EGS journals 
(Please tick only one journal per registration): 

□ Annales Geophysicae 


Appropriate attendees that would like to use this offer 
should complete this form and return it to the EGS Office 
by 31 May 1998 at the very latest. 

Name:____ 

Address:_ 


□ Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 

□ Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics 

Amount paid: 


EGS Office 
Max-Planck-Str. 13 
37191 Katlenburg-Lindau 
Germany 


Tel: -1-49-5556-1440 
Fax: -1-49-5556-4709 
E-mail: EGS@COPERNICUS.ORG 
http://www.copemicus.org/EGS/EGS.html 


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EGS Job Centre 


In order to promote the mobility of researchers in the E^, 
planetary and space sciences on a pan-European internation¬ 
al level in positions in academic institutions, in rese^ch 
organizations and in industry, the European Geophysical 
Society has established a Job Centre at its annual General 
Assembly where colleagues seeking employment and 
representatives of organizations and companies announcing 
vacancies can meet and exchange information. These 
facilities are available only at the conference and they are 
complimentary for both sides! 

Companies and Organizations announcing a vacancy 

A company or an organization announcing a vacancy is 
kindly asked to deliver to the Job Centre at the meeting or 
to the EGS Office shortly before the meeting 

• a completed Employer Registration Form (one form for 
each position) and 

• at least 5 copies of the announcement of the position in 
question. 

The staff at the EGS Job Centre will assign one individual 
Employer Number to each position offered and will post 
one copy of the annoimcement or description on the 
Message Board, arranged according to the EGS Sections, 
and include the other copies in the respective Employer 
Folder. 

Candidates seeking a position 

Candidates seeking a position are kindly asked to personally 
bring to the Job Centte 

• a completed Job Centre User Survey form, and 

• about 5 copies of their resume or CV. 


The staff at the EGS Job Centre will assign one individual 
Job Centre Number to each set of resumes/CVs and will 
then include them in the appropriate Resume Folders, 
arranged according to the EGS Sections. Only resumes of 
candidates actually present at the meeting will be consid¬ 
ered. 

Guidelines for Employers and Candidates 

Interested candidates should look through the postings on 
the Message Board and either contact the "Employer" 
directly, if a representative of the organization or company 
in question is not available for an interview during the 
conference, or otherwise, complete the Candidate Message 
Form and contact the desk of the Job Centre; here the form 
will be inserted in the corresponding Employer Folder. The 
representative will then find an appropriate notice on the 
Message Board, contact his/her folder and find the 
candidate’s resume or information regarding the date, time 
and place of a personal meeting with the candidate. 

"Employers" are invited to look through the Resume 
Folders, arranged according to the EGS sections, containing 
the resumes of candidates seeking a position. If an appropri¬ 
ate candidate has been identified, the "Employer" is asked 
to complete the Employer Message Form and to contact the 
desk of the Job Centre; here the form will be inserted in the 
corresponding The respective candidate will 

then find an appropriate notice on the Message Board, 
contact his/her resume folder and find the information about 
the date, time and place of a personal meeting with die 
representative of the company or organization in question 
or its address for further contact. 


XXIII General Assembly 
Job Centre 

AGORAl - Level 1, behind the Congress Counter 
Monday-Friday, 20-24 April 1998, 08.00-18.00 

Look through the announcements at the Job Postings* Boards, contact the Message Board at 
the Job Centre or contact its staff. Please, pick up your resumes/CVs before leaving the 
conference! 



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European Geophysical Society 

EGS Office Tel: (49)-5556-1440 

Max-Planck-Str. 13 Fax: (49)-5556-4709 

37191 Katlenburg-Lindau EGS@COPERNICUS.ORG 
Germany http://www.copemicus.org/EGS/EGS.html 


Employer Registration Form 


Any company or organization wishing to announce a vacancy at the Job Centre of the 
General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society is kindly asked to deliver to the 
Job Centre at the meeting or to the EGS Office about one week before the meeting 

• a completed Employer Registration Form (see reverse side), and 

• at least 5 copies of the announcement/description of the position in question. 

The staff at the EGS Job Centre will assign an individual Employer Number to this offer, post 
one copy of the announcement on the Message Board, where interested candidates will see 
it, and include the other copies in the Employer Folder. 

Interested candidates will contact you directly, if a representative of your company or 
organization will not be available for an interview at the meeting; otherwise, they will leave 
you a message in your folder at the Job Centre. Please check the Job Centre Message Board 
daily so that you will not miss the opportunity to meet with prospective employees. 

Please, look also through the Resume Folders containing the resumes/CVs of candidates 
seeking a position. They are at the Job Centre for your use. 

Remember your Employer Number to pick up messages. 


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^ EGS Job Centre 


Employer Number 

E 1997/ 


Employer Registration Form 

(please complete one form for each vacancy) 


1. Contact Address 

Company_ 

P.O. Box/Street_ 

Zip Code_City 

Contact Person_ 

Telephone_ 

Electronic Mail_ 


Coimtry_ 

Department 

Telefax_ 

Telex_ 


2. Category 

Please mark the category/categories you would like 

□ Solid Earth Geophysics & Geology 

□ Geodesy 

□ Hydrology 

□ Oceanography 


your announcement/description posted: 

□ Atmospheric Sciences 

□ Space & Planetary Sciences 

□ Geotechnical & Environmental Engineering 

□ Information Technology, Software Development 
& System Administration 


3. Questionnaire 

YES NO 

□ □ Will you be reviewing the R^sumfe Folders? 

□ □ Will you be available for an interview at the meeting? 

If you answered YES, when will you be available? 

Day:___Time:- 

Please bring this completed form together with at least 5 copies of the armouncement/description of the 
vacancy in question to the Job Centre at the EGS General Assembly or mail the material to the EGS Office 
by at least 1 week prior to the meeting. 

EGS Office 
Max-Planck-Str. 13 
37191 Katlenburg-Lindau 
Germany 


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Tel: +49-5556-1440 
Fax: +49-5556-4709 
EGS@COPERNICUS.ORG 







European Geophysical Society 

EGS Office Tel; (49)-5556-1440 

Max-Planck-Str. 13 Fax: (49)-5556-4709 

37191 Katlenburg-Lindau EGS@COPERNICUS.ORG 
Germany http;//www.copemicus.org/EGS/EGS.html 



Job Centre User Survey Form 


Candidates seeking a position are kindly asked to bring to the Job Centre of the General 
Assembly of the European Geophysical Society 

• a completed fob Centre User Survey form (see reverse side), and 

• about 5 copies of their resume or CV of max. 4 pages each. 

The staff at the EGS Job Centre will assign one individual fob Centre Number to your set of 
resumes/CVs and will then include them in the appropriate Resume Folders. Only resumes 
of candidates actually present at the meeting will be considered. 

Employers have access to your resumes at all times during the meeting. Please check the 
Job Centre Message Board daily so that you will not miss the opportunity to meet with 
prospective employers. 

Please, look also through the job postings and take action. If you have an interest in a job 
announcement, leave a message through the Job Centre Message Board. 

Remember your fob Centre Number to pick up messages. 


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EGS Job Centre 


Job Centre Number 

C 1997/ 


Job Centre User Survey 

(this form will be attached to your r^sum^ material) 

1. Personal Information 

MaleO Female □ Age-- NationaUty- 

Highest degree attained/in progress---- Year attained/expected- 

Currently employed as- at---—- 

Educational status (ascending in time) 

degree/position year attained Uruversity/Company 


2. Job Search Information 

Please mark the category/categories you would like your r^sum^ placed: 

O Atmospheric Sciences 

□ Space & Planetary Sciences 
O Geotechnical & Environmental Engineering 

□ Information Technology, Software Development 
& System Administration 


□ Solid Earth Geophysics & Geology 

□ Geodesy 

□ Hydrology 

□ Oceanography 


Type of job you are looking for: 

Temporary: □ Research Post-doc 

□ Lecturer/Teacher 


□ Contract Employee (Project) 

□ Academia (Teaching) 


Other:_______ 

Permanent: □ Industry University 

□ Research 01 Techmcal 

□ Teaching O Administrative 

Other: ------ 


□ Government 


3. Personal Statement 


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Conference Publications 


Conference Publications 

EGS offers a complete and comprehensive set of different 
types of publications for contributions presented at EGS 
General Assemblies and Topical Conferences as well as at 
meetings organized by any other side. This includes the 
publication of 

• abstracts in the journal Annales Geophysicae Supple¬ 
ment, 

• proceedings in form of short but self-contained, refereed 
articles in separate thematic issues of the journal Physics 
and Chemistry of the Earth, 

• letters, short communications and extended articles as 
separate papers in or in special issues of 10 topical EGS 
journals, 

• independent chapters in books issued as part of the four 
EGS Book Series. 

Contact the EGS Office for any further information. 

Book of Abstracts 

Traditionally all abstracts of contributions submitted to a 
General Assembly are included free of charge in the Book 
of Abstracts, once they have been accepted by the appropri¬ 
ate Convener(s). This includes also papers of authors who 
most likely will be unable to participate in the meeting 
because of financial restrictions. 

Moreover, in order to guarantee a wider circulation, the 
Book of Abstracts is published as a supplement of the 
Society’s journal Annales Geophysicae. 

In this way the Book of Abstracts has become an open 
forum for fast distribution of results of geophysical research 
on a pan-European, international level. 

The abstracts of the various s 5 miposia are compiled in foiu 
separate parts: 

Part I: Society Symposia, Solid Earth Geophysics and 
Geodesy. 

Part II: Hydrological Sciences and Oceans & Atmo¬ 
sphere. 

Part III: Solar-Terrestrial, Planetary & Solar System 
Sciences. 

Part IV: Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics and Natural 
Hazards 

Abstracts of symposia sponsored by two different Sections 
are included twice in the appropriate volumes, respectively. 
Participants that have registered at the full meeting rate will 
receive one part of their choice together with the registra¬ 
tion material. 


Proceedings 

General Information 

Physics and Chemistry of the Earth is the official EGS 
joiunal for the publication of contributions presented at the 
EGS General Assemblies in form of short but self-con¬ 
tained, refereed articles of 4-6 camera-ready pages for 
contributed and 10-12 camera-ready pages for solicited 
papers including figures and tables at no page or handling 
charges and 25 free off-prints for authors. Papers will be 
published in thematic issues, which will be made available 
to authors and EGS members at a special discount rate of 
15,- Pounds Sterling per normal issue. 

Solicited papers published in the conference proceedings 
may not be published elsewhere. Contributed papers, 
however, may be published in an extended form elsewhere. 

Attention: Only papers actually presented at the EGS 
conference and belonging to a Session for which the 
publication of proceedings is foreseen are eligible for 
publication in the proceedings journal! 

Session Editors and Referees 

The Conveners of the individual events decide by them¬ 
selves on the publication of "proceedings" and nominate 
appropriate Editors, who will then be responsible for the 
evaluation of a set of about 5-10 papers each and who will 
appear as Guest Editors of their respective thematic issues. 
The Editors, in turn, nominate the Reviewers - two for each 
paper; thereby. Conveners, Co-Conveners, Editors, speakers 
and CO workers in their own institutes may serve as refer¬ 
ees, eventually also of several papers: 

• Conveners are responsible to forward the names and 
coordinates of their Editors and 

• Editors are responsible to forward the names and coordi¬ 
nates of their Referees 

to the PCE Editorial Office either at the General Assembly 
or at the EGS Office, respectively. 

Call for Publication 

Authors were informed by the EGS Office about the accep¬ 
tance and schedule of their contributions submitted to a 
General Assembly. In addition, authors automatically 
received a notice regarding the publication of "proceedings" 
of their event: 

I. publication of "proceedings" for your event is 
foreseen, please deliver 4 copies of your manuscript 
to the Editorial Office at the conference 

II. publication of "proceedings" for your event will 
finally be decided at the meeting 

III. publication of "proceedings" for your event is not 
foreseen. 

Detailed guidelines for the preparation of manuscripts were 
included on the reverse side of each letter. 


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Category I is chosen, if the Conveners have returned their 
questionnaire together with the names of editors by the 
deadline date. Category II is selected, if the Conveners have 
indicated the publication of proceeding, however have not 
returned their questionnaire together with the names of 
editors to the EGS Office in time. Finally Category in is 
taken, if the Conveners did not wish to publish proceedings 
for their session. 

Category I Procedure 

Conveners and Editors mutually agree on which Editor will 
be responsible for which set of papers of their session . 
They then inform the Editorial Office at the meeting 
correspondingly, and each Editor receives his/her set of 3 
copies of each paper, while the 4th copies of all papers are 
kept by the Editorial Office for reference purposes. Each 
Editor then distributes his/her copies to the Reviewers of 
his/her own choice, hereby each copy must be accompanied 
by the Guidelines & Check-List for Reviewers with 
his/her name and address included by himself/herself! 
Moreover, each Editor must reserve one copy of the 
Editor’s Report Form for each paper, respectively. 

In the case that an author has not delivered his/her manu¬ 
script at the meeting, he/she may do so within max. 3 
weeks after the meeting by mailing 3 copies of the 
manuscript directly to the corresponding Editor and one 
copy to the EGS Office. 

Each paper must carry its own personal manuscript number 
(MS-No.), which is included in the event programme on the 
left hand side of the corresponding author-and-title block. 

Category II/III Procedure 

If during the assembly both the authors and the Conveners 
of a session come to the conclusion to publish "proceed¬ 
ings", the Conveners should nominate Editors and mutually 
decide with them which Editor will be responsible for 
which set of papers. The Conveners should then inform the 
Editorial Office at the meeting correspondingly and agree 
on the deadline for submission of manuscripts (in general 
3-4 month after the meeting). The Editorial Office will then 
inform all session authors in writing and include the name 
and address of the Editor to whom manuscripts should be 
submitted, the manuscript number (MS-No.) as well as the 
guidelines for preparing manuscripts for PCE. 

Evaluation Procedure 

Guidelines for Reviewers and Editors are included on the 
Check-Lists for Reviewers and on the Editor’s Report 
forms, respectively. 

Referees have to review their papers and to send their 
reports/corrected manuscripts together with the correspond¬ 
ing Check-Lists to their appropriate Editors before their 
deadline dates. 

Editors have to evaluate their papers based on the referees’ 
comments and on their own judgement and they have to 
send their reports together with the corresponding Editor’s 
Report Form and the entire documents received by the 
reviewers to the EGS Editorial Office before their deadline 
dates. 


The Editorial Office will contact the authors, forward the 
"Guidelines for Camera Ready Submission" and the 
"Additional Offprint/Thematic Issue Order Form", monitor 
the submission and the quality of camera ready manuscripts, 
compile the thematic issues, and forward all material to the 
publisher. 

EGS Journals 

Following the tradition of other leading scientific organiza¬ 
tions, the EGS expects that authors consider the Society’s 
journals for the publication of their contribution to the EGS 
General Assembly in an extended form as a single manu¬ 
script or as part of a "special" issue. 

All journal papers undergo rigorous peer review and careful 
copy-editing by competent colleagues prior to publication. 

There are no page nor handling charges and reprints are, in 
general, free for authors in all EGS journals. Rapid publica¬ 
tion and distribution worldwide, moderate library subscrip¬ 
tion rates and greatly reduced membership subscription rates 
are guaranteed. 

Annales Geophysicae (12 issues per year) 

The leading interdisciplinary, boundary-layer journal 
covering the physics and chemistry of the oceans, of the 
lower, middle and upper atmosphere of the Earth, of the 
Sun and of the interplanetary medium, as well as the marine 
boundary layer and the air-sea interface, the interface 
between the atmosphere and the biosphere, lithosphere, 
hydrosphere, ionosphere and magnetosphere and the 
interaction at solar-terrestrial boundary layers. 

Please send your manuscript to the Editorial Office: 

Mrs. Sylviane Ferret Tel.: +33-61-558370 

Editorial Assistant AG Fax: +33-61-556535 

CESR-CNRS-UPS anngeo@cesr.cnes.fr 

B.P. 4346 

31029 Toulouse Cedex 
France 


Climate Dynamics (8 issues per year) 

Welcomes papers containing original diagnostic, analytical 
or numerical modeling research on the structure and 
behavior of the atmosphere, oceans, cryosphere, biomass 
and land surface as interacting components of the dynamics 
of global climate as well as contributions focused on 
selected aspects of climate dynamics on particular scales of 
space or time. 

Please send your manuscript to the EGS Editor: 


Dr. Lydia Diimenil 
MPI fur Meteorologie 
Bxmdesstr. 55 
20146 Hamburg 
Germany 


Tel.: +49-40-41173-310 
Fax: +49-40-41173-366 
dumenil@dkrz.d400.de 


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Geophysical Journal International (12 issues per year) 
Covers all disciplines of the physics and chemistry of the 
solid earth. 

Please send your manuscript to the EGS Editor: 

Prof. Roberto Sabadini Tel.: +39-2-2369-8400 

Dept, of Earth Sciences Fax: +39-2-7490-588 

Section of Geophysics bob@sabadini.geofisica.unimi.it 

Universita di Milano 

via L. Cicognara 7 

20129 Milano 

Italy 

Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (4 issues per year) 
For original research in hydrology, viewed as a geoscience, 
and on the interaction between hydrology and other physi¬ 
cal, chemical and biological processes within the Earth 
System. Papers on theory and modelling, experiment or 
instrumentation in form of regular length articles, brief 
communications (letters) or commentary are welcome. 

Please send your manuscript to the Managing Editor: 

Dr. James S.G. McCulloch Tel: +44-1865-407770 

Burcot Tower Fax: +44-1865-407770 

Abingdon jsgmhess@aol.com 

Oxon, 0X14 3DJ 
United Kingdom 

Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (9 issues per year) 
The key journal for the study of the chemistry of the 
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- appointment of guest editors by the organizer, subject to 
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- appointment of reviewers by the guest editors and 
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- assistance of editors and authors by a professional PCE 
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- publication in an internationally respected scientific 
jomnal abstracted/indexed in Chemical Abstracts/ 
INSPEC, with 8 issues for 1997 at an annual subscrip¬ 
tion rate of NLG 169,- for EGS Members and a circula¬ 
tion of 49.8% (North America), 28.9% (Europe), 17.0% 
(Australia and Asia) and 4.3% (Middle East, Africa and 
South America). 


Editorial Office 

A. K. Richter (Executive Editor) 

B. Rauchalles (Editorial Assistant) 

EGS Office 

Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 
Max-Planck-Str. 13 
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Germany 

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Editors 

N. Balling 

Solid Earth Geophysics (SE) 

University of Aarhus 
Denmark 


H.-P. Flag 

Geodesy (G) 

Universitat Kiel 
Germany 

H.H.G. Savenije 

Hydrological Sciences (HS) 

IHE Delft 
The Netherlands 

J.A. Johnson 

Oceans and Atmosphere (OA) 

University of East Anglia 
Norwich, UK 

P. Fabian 

Solar-Terrestrial Sciences (ST) 

Universitat Munchen 

Freising-Weihenstephan 

Germany 

F.W. Taylor 

Planetary and Solar System Sciences (PS) 
University of Oxford 
Oxford, UK 

P.L. Read 

Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics (NP) 
University of Oxford 
Oxford, UK 

S. Tinti 

Natural Hazards (NH) 

University of Bdlogna 
Italy 


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1 Introduction 

Pictures of fractals have become popular as modem art 
(Peitgen and Richter, 1986). 

Long time ago, Peano (1890) and Fricke and Klein 
(1897) described measures and sets now called "fractals", 
while Besicovitch extended the definition of fractal 
dimension to non-integer and non-standard shapes (cf. 
Mandelbrot, 1983). 

Recently it has become a subject of discussion whether 
the ocean sea floor can be described as a fractal process. 
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1991) 


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Example 

2 Mathematical Background 

2.1 The Transport Equations 

2.1.1 The Standard Set 

u, + 6mm j + 

£[ A^, + 6{Nu)^ + - (“^ )x - 2(«“xr )x 1 + 

( 68 ) 

[^xtt + 2(MyV)^^, - 2{u^N^- 3{N'^ )., ] + 

-eh(Nl),+2(NN^,),] 



Fig. 3. The cnoidal wave components in the spectrum of Fig. 2 
(vertically ordered from small to large wave numbers) are shown, 
together with the sum of the cnoidal waves, the nonlinear interactions 
and the synthesized five-component wave train. The linear 
superposition of the cnoidal waves plus interactions yields the 
constructed wave train at the bottom of the panel. 



“5.t 

UUxxx 


U^Ux 

Kodama 

1 

10 

20 

30 

CH 

1 

4 

14 

0 

W2 

1 

-5.3 

-12.1 

—3.2 


Table 1. Comparison of the constant coefficients for each 0{£) term 
in the Kodama (4). the deregularized CH (7) and the W2 (3b) 
equations. 


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Geomagnetism and Aeronomy 

(Proceedings of the Historical Session at EGS Vienna and lAGA Uppsaala, 1997) 

During the EGS Assembly in Vienna (April 1997) a history session (Solar-Terrestrial Physics during the 19/20th 
centuries) has been organized. In the same year the History commission of LAGA started its session "Geomagnetism 
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Scientific Programme 
Overview 


I. Society Symposia (EGS) 

EGSl Tribute to Stephan Mueller 

01 Tectonics, structure and dynamics of the 
Alpine-Mediterranean System 
Convener: J. Ansorge (Zurich), 
Co-Conveners: E. Banda (Barcelona), 

H.-G. Kahle (Zurich) 

02 Evolution of the African-Eurasian plate 
boundary 

Convener: J.E.T. Channell (Gainesville, FL), 
Co-Conveners: W.R. Jacoby (Mainz), 

S. Zerbini (Bologna) 

03 Seismicity and seismotectonics of the Medi¬ 
terranean region 

Convener: M. Garcia-Feraandez (Barcelona), 
Co-Conveners: D. Mayer-Rosa (Zurich), 

G.F. Panza (Trieste) 

EGS2 Geophysical and geological signatures of past 
and present climate change 
Convener: I. Premoli-Silva (Milan), Co-Conve¬ 
ners: T.D. Herbert (Providence, W), J. Maley 
(Montpellier) 

EGS3 Modelling techniques and joint inversion in 
Earth sciences 

Convener: H.-J. Gotze (Berlin), Co-Conveners: 
B. Meurers (Wien), T.V. Romanyuk (Moscow), 
S. Schmidt (Berlin), G. Strykowski (Copenhagen) 

EGS4 Space techniques for acquisition of aeronomic- 
ionospheric data in the lower thermosphere 

Convener: G. Laneve (Roma), Co-Convener: 
F.A. Herrero (Greenbelt, MD) 

II. Solid Earth Geophysics (SE) 

SEl Open session on tectonophysics 

Convener: R. Sabadini (Milano) 

SE2 Dynamics, mineral physics and tomographic 

imaging of the Earth’s mantle 
Convener: J.-P. Montagner (Paris), Co-Convener: 
H. Schmeling (Frankfurt/Main) 

SE3 Seismology and physics of the Earth’s core 
and mantle 

Convener: R. Kind (Potsdam), Co-Conveners: 
A.W.B. Jacob (Dublin), M. Weber (Gottingen) 

SE4 Hot spots and plumes in the mantle 
CANCELLED, papers included in SEl4 

SE5 Geodynamics of the iithosphere: images and 
models of active tectonics 
Convener: K.P. Furlong (University Park, PA), 
Co-Convener: M.J.R. Wortel (Utrecht) 

SE6 Post-glacial rebound and its influence on sea 
level, crustal deformation and gravity: new 
observations, modelling results and initiatives 
Convener: J.X. Mitrovica (Toronto), 
Co-Convener: L.L.A. Vermeersen (Stuttgart) 


SE7 Variations in the Earth’s rotation: implica¬ 
tions for the dynamics and structure of the 
mantle and for global change processes 
Convener: R. Sabadini (Milano), Co-Convener: 
R.J. O’Connell (Cambridge, MA) 

SE8 Sedimentary basin modelling and integration 

of geophysical and sedimentary geology data 
Convener: S. Cloetingh (Amsterdam), Co-Conve¬ 
ners: F. Horvath (Budapest), W. Sassi (Rueil 
Malmaison) 

SE9 Combined geophysical and geochemical 

approaches to study mid-ocean ridges 
CANCELLED, papers included in SE47.3 

SEIO Fault interaction and earthquake mechanics 

Convener: S. Das (Oxford), Co-Convener: 

M. Cocco (Rome) 

SEll Lithospheric dynamic processes as seen from 
geomorphology 

Convener: J.-P. Brun (Rennes), Co-Convener: 
M. Kirby (Leeds) 

SE12 From the Arctic to the Mediterranean: salt, 
shale and igneous diapirs in and around 
Europe 

Convener: Y. Mart (Haifa), Co-Convener: 

B.C. Vendeville (Austin, TX) 

SE13 Intraplate earthquakes, stresses and large 
scale tectonic structure 

Convener: S. Gregersen (Copenhagen), 
Co-Convener: G.F. Panza (Trieste) 

SE14 Modern rifts: plumes, kinematic conditions 
and lithospheric inhomogeneities 

Convener; J. Deverchere (Villefranche-sur-Mer), 
Co-Conveners: U. Achauer (Strasbourg), 

U. Hansen (Munster) 

SE15 Crustal structure revealed by scientific drilling 
Convener: J. Lautequng (Potsdam) 

SE16 3-D crustal imaging of France 

Convener: P. Ledru (Orleans), Co-Conveners: 

K. Fuchs (Karlsruhe), A. Galdeano (Paris) 

SE17 Dynamics of plate boudaries 

01 Geodynamics of collision belts: stacking 
and exhumation processes 
Convener: A. Kilias (Thessaloniki), 
Co-Convener: U. Ring (Mainz) 

02 Active deformation along plate boundaries: 
measurements and models 
Convener; E. Calais (Valbonne), 
Co-Convener: S. Wdowinski (Ramat Aviv) 
03 Seismological studies in convergent plate 
margins 

Convener: E. Kissling (Zurich), Co-Convener: 
A. Polonia (Bologna) 

SE18 From EGT to EUROPROBE: joint European 
geoscientific initiatives 
CANCELLED, papers included in SEl9 

SE19 The Trans European Suture Zone (TESZ) 

Convener: H. Thybo (Copenhagen), 
Co-Conveners: D.J. Blundell (Egham), D.G. Gee 
(Uppsala), A. Guterch (Warsaw), T.C. Pharaoh 
(Nottingham) 


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SE20 Aspects of the Carpathian-East Alpine- 

Pannonian geodynamics: the PANCARDI 
approach 

Convener: C. Tomek (Salzburg), Co-Convener: 
F. Neubauer (Salzburg) 

SE21 Open session on seismology 

Convener: W. Rabbel (Kiel) 

SE22 Images of the continental lithosphere by active 

seismic methods 

Convener: W. Rabbel (Kiel), Co-Conveners: 

J. Gallart Muset (Barcelona), H. Thybo (Co¬ 
penhagen) 

NH3 Earthquake risk mitigation Qoint with SE) 

01 Models and methods in seismic hazard 
assessment 

Convener: T.M. Tsapanos (Thessaloniki), 
Co-Convener: C.V. Christova (Sofia) 

02 Seismic hazard evaluation in high seismici¬ 
ty areas by observing precursory phenome¬ 
na 

Convener: M.E. Contadakis (Thessaloniki), 
Co-Convener: J. Zschau (Potsdam) 

03 Macroseismics: present state of intensity- 
assessment procedures and future perspec¬ 
tives 

Convener: A. Tertulliani (Rome), 
Co-Convener: I. Cede (Ljubljana) 

04 Active fault and earthquake risk mitigation 
Convener: A.A. Barka (Paris), 

Co-Convener: I.S. Stewart (Isleworth) 

05 Landslide hazards in seismically active 
regions 

Convener: J. Wasowski (Bari), Co-Convener: 
V. Del Gaudio (Bari) 

06 Efficiency of building codes in the mitiga¬ 
tion of the vulnerability 
Convener: V. Petrini (Milano), Co-Convener: 
L.G. Pujades Beneit (Barcelona) 

07 Seismic microzonation in urban areas 
Convener: A. Roca (Barcelona), 
Co-Convener: C.S. Oliveira (Lisboa) 

SE23 Seismic anisotropy, scattering and attenuation 
Convener: J. Plomerova (Praha), Co-Convener: 
C.J. Bean (Dublin) 

SE24 Seismic rupture processes: confrontation of 
observations and theory 
Convener: P.F. Ihmle (Zurich), Co-Convener: 

A. Deschamps (Valbonne) 

SE24.1 The Umbria-Marche earthquake sequence of 
1997: first results 

Convener: P.F. Ihmle (Zurich), Co-Convener: 

A. Amato (Rome) 

SE25 High-resolution seismics: theory, methods and 
applications 

Convener: H. Lykke-Andersen (Aarhus), 
Co-Convener: G. Brancolini (Trieste) 

SE26 3-D seismic modelling and high performance 
computing 

Convener: F.J. Seron (Zaragoza), Co-Conveners: 

F. Maggio (Cagliari), F.J. Sabadell (Zaragoza) 

SE27 Mechanics of tectonic and volcanic earth¬ 
quakes (co-sponsored by NP) 

Convener: J. Sileny (Praha), Co-Convener: 

G. F. Panza (Trieste) 


SE28 Open session on volcanology, geochemistry 
and petrology 
Convener: P. Jakes (Praha) 

SE29 Continental roots: their petrology, geochemis¬ 
try and geophysical features 
Convener: P. Jakes (Praha), Co-Convener: 

M. Dragoni (Bari) 

SE30 Degassing of high-level magma chambers and 
the evolution of magmatic-hydrothermal sys¬ 
tems 

CANCELLED, papers included in SE33 

SE31 Mechanics and thermalfluid-dynamics of vol¬ 
canic processes: modelling, observations and 
laboratory experiments (co-sponsored by NP) 
Convener: G. de Natale (Napoli), Co-Conveners: 
P. Allard (Gif-sur-Yvette), M. Bonafede (Bolo¬ 
gna) 

SE32 Crustal melting in nature and experiment 

Convener: J. Kotkova (Praha), Co-Convener: 

A. Patino-Douce (Athens, GA) 

SE33 Pre-eruptive processes 

Convener: J. Marti (Barcelona), Co-Conveners: 
M.R. Carroll (Bristol), P. Fulignati (Pisa), 

A. Gudmundsson (Bergen) 

NH4 Volcanic hazards: field studies, instrumen¬ 

tation and observation networks (joint with SE) 
Convener: C. Kilbum (London), Co-Convener: 
G. Vougioukalakis (Athens) 

SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and envi¬ 

ronmental magnetism 

Convener: V. Hoffmann (Tubingen/Mississauga) 
01 New challenges in rockmagnetism, palaeo¬ 
magnetism and environmental magnetism 
Convener: V. Hoffmann (Tiibingen/Missis- 
sauga), Co-Convener: E. Petrovsky (Praha) 
02 Past and present geomagnetic field 
Convener: M. Prevot (Montpellier), 
Co-Conveners: J.J. Love (Leeds), 

E. Schnepp (Einbeck) 

03 Effect of chemical alteration on magnetiza¬ 
tion 

Convener: 6. Ozdemir (Mississauga), 
Co-Convener: A.P. Roberts (Southampton)^ 
04 Sediment magnetic records of climatic 
cycles and events 

Convener: D. Williamson (Minneapolis, MN), 
Co-Convener: C.E. Geiss (Minneapolis, MN) 

05 New challenges in environmental research: 
magneto-monitoring of anthropic influence 
to ecosystems 

Convener: R. Scholger (Frohnleiten), 
Co-Convener: P. Rochette (Aix-en-Provence) 
06 Palaeomagnetism and tectonic evolution of 
the Mediterranean area 
Convener: J.M. Pares (Ann Arbor, MI), 
Co-Convener: J. Dinares-Turell (Utrecht) 

SE35 Archaeology and archaeomagnetism 
Convener: J. Fassbinder (Mtinchen), 
Co-Convener: V. Hoffmann (Tubingen/ 
Mississauga) 

01 Archaeological prospection 
Convener: A. Schmidt (Bradford), 
Co-Convener; J. Fassbinder (Mtinchen) 


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02 Archaeomagnetism and secular variations 
Convener: M. Kovacheva (Sofia), 
Co-Convener: A. Chauvin (Rennes) 

SE36 Potential fields in geodesy, geophysics and 
geology (co-sponsor^ by G) 

Convener: W.R. Jacoby (Mainz), Co-Conveners: 
C. Braitenberg (Trieste), E.W. Grafarend 
(Stuttgart) 

SE37 Regional magnetic surveys: data, models and 
charts 

Convener: A. Best (Niemegk), Co-Convener: 

M. Chiappini (Rome) 

SE38 Long term global geophysical data products 
from remote sensing 

Convener: O. Arino (Frascati), Co-Convener: 
Y.H. Kerr (Toulouse) 

SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

01 Open session on physical properties of 
geomaterials 

Convener: J.L. Urai (Aachen), Co-Convener: 
E. Huenges (Potsdam) 

02 Imaging, analysing and modelling pore 
structure in geomaterials 
Convener: C. David (Strasbourg), 
Co-Conveners: D.L. Olgaard (Houston, TX), 
A. Rodriguez Rey (Oviedo) 

03 The effect of rock micro-structure and 
fluids on rock physical properties 
Convener: P.W.J. Glover (Aberdeen), 
Co-Conveners: E. Huenges (Potsdam), 

I. Main (Edinburgh), J. Safanda (Praha) 

04 Pore pressure as a geomechanical and geo¬ 
physical parameter 
Convener: H.-J. Kumpel (Bonn), 
Co-Convener: J.-R. Grasso (Grenoble) 

05 Physical properties of partially molten 
rocks 

Convener: L.N. DelTAngelo (Houston, TX), 
Co-Convener: C. Rosenberg (Giessen) 

06 Physical properties of mudrocks 
Convener: S.T. Horseman (Nottingham), 
Co-Convener: J.L. Urai (Aachen) 

SE40 Petrophysical control of anthropogenic and 
natural Earth’s processes 
CANCELLED, papers included in SE39.3 

SE41 Electro-magnetic and electro-kinetic properties 

of rocks: integration of laboratory, borehole 
and field measurements 
Convener: P.W.J. Glover (Aberdeen), 
Co-Conveners: A. Revil (Aix-en-Provence), 

J.B. Stoll (Gottingen) 

SE42 Physical properties of fault zones 

Convener: E.J.M. Willemse (Rijswijk), 
Co-Convener: D.J. Sanderson (Sou&ampton) 

SE43 Advances in the physical interpretation of 
electromagnetic soundings 
Convener: G. Marquis (Strasbourg), 
Co-Convener: F. Perrier (Bruyeres le Chatel) 


SE44 Can electromagnetic images constrain geo¬ 
physical interpretation of tectonically active 
environments? 

Convener: F. Simpson (Gottingen), Co-Conve¬ 
ners: A. Manzella (Pisa), P. Ritter (Potsdam), 
P.-A. Schnegg (Neuchatel), N. Smiljanic 
(Grocka) 

SE45 Observations of the electromagnetic field of 
the Earth in the Alpine-Mediterranean region 
CANCELLED, papers included in SE44 

SE46 Open session on marine geophysics 
Convener: J. Danobeitia (Barcelona) 

SE47 Structure and composition of oceanic litho¬ 
sphere 

Convener: J. Danobeitia (Barcelona) 

01 Rifted margins 

Convener: T.J. Reston (Aberdeen), 
Co-Convener: J.-C. Sibuet (Plouzane) 

02 Lithospheric structure in a hotspot frame 
CANCELLED, papers included in SE47.3 
03 Processes of crustal accretion at mid- 
oceanic-ridges 

Convener: J. Escartin (Edinburgh), Co-Con¬ 
veners: E. Bonatti (Bologna), J.P. Canales 
(Woods Hole, MA), J.R. Cochran (Palisades, 
NY), R. Hekinian (Plouzane) 

04 Collisional and transform plate boundaries 
and subduction zones 
Convener: T.J. Henstock (Houston, TX), 
Co-Convener: C.R. Ranero (Kiel) 

SE48 Gas hydrates in nature: results from geophysi¬ 
cal and geochemical studies 
Convener: LA. Pecher (Woods Hole, MA), 
Co-Convener: N. Kukowski (Kiel) 

SE49 Marine magnetics 35 years after Vine- 
Matthews-Morley discovery (in memory of 
D. Matthews) 

Convener: J. Dyment (Plouzane), Co-Convener: 
U. Komer (Montpellier) 

SE50 Recent marine geological and geophysical 
investigation in the Mediterranean and Black 
Sea 

Convener: M. Ergun (Izmir), Co-Conveners: 
M.K. Ivanov (Moscow), J.M. Woodside (Amster¬ 
dam) 

SE51 Structures and processes in sedimentary fans 
Convener: G. Uenzelmann-Neben (Bremerhaven), 
Co-Convener: L. Droz (Brest) 

SE52 Spontaneous globally synchronized variations 

of physical parameters (co-sponsored by G) 
Convener: I.I. Rokityansky (l^ev), 
Co-Conveners: C. Denis ^iege), P. Varga 
(Sopron) 

G7 Joint EGS/AGU Symposium on geodetic 

observation and geophysical interpretation of 
mass movements in the Earth system (joint 
with SE) 

Convener: J.O. Dickey (Pasadena, CA), 
Co-Convener: C. Reigber (Potsdam) 

01 Solid Earth and core 

Convener: B. Richter (Frankfurt/Main) 

02 Ocean and hydrosphere 

Convener: B.F. Chao (Greenhelt, MD) 


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03 Cryosphere 

Convener: R. Dietrich (Dresden) 

04 Atmosphere 

Convener: A. Geiger (Zurich) 

05 Interactions between the components of the 
Earth system 

Convener: S. Zerbini (Bologna) 

G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core on 
nutation, polar motion and length of day (joint 
with SE) 

Convener: H. Schuh (Munchen), Co-Convener: 
D.A. Salstein (Cambridge, MA) 

01 Effects of the atmosphere 

Convener: P. Gegout (Pasadena, CA) 

02 Effects of the ocean 

Convener: J. Siindermann (Hamburg) 

03 Effects of the core 

Convener: V.M.A. Dehant (Brussels) 

04 Models, measurements and analysis of the 
Earth rotation 

Convener: H. Schuh (Munchen) 

OA17 Climate variability: models and observations 

(joint with SE) 

Convener: G.J. Komen (De Bilt) 

01 West African monsoon studies 
Convener: C.D. Thomcroft (Reading) 

02 Natural climate variability on the basis of 
past observations 

Convener: J.-C. Duplessy (Gif-sur-Yvette) 

03 Climate variability: time scale interactions 
Convener: J.M. Slingo (Reading) 

04 Clouds in the climate system: observations 
and modelling 

Convener: M. Desbois (Palaiseau) 

05 Prediction and detection of anthropogenic 
climate change 

Convener: T.C. Johns (Bracknell) 

NPl .01 Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in Solid 
Earth (joint with SE) 

Convener: J. Schmittbuhl (Paris), Co-Conveners: 
P. Bak (Upton, NY), D.L. Turcotte (Ithaca, NY) 

NP3.06 Mixing in the interior of the Earth (recycling 
of subducted slabs) (joint with SE) 

Convener: Y. Ricard (Lyon) 

III. Geodesy (G) 

G1 Environmental effects on gravity and inter¬ 
comparisons vnth other techniques 
Convener: R.G. Hipkin (Edinburgh), 
Co-Convener: T.M. van Dam (Boulder, CO) 

G2 Recent crustal movements of coastal regions: 

new geodetic, geologic and geophysical results 
Convener: P.A. Pirazzoli (Meudon), 
Co-Convener: L. Bastos (Vila Nova de Gaia) 

G3 Geophysical applications of radar interferome¬ 
try 

Convener: D. Massonnet (Toulouse), 
Co-Convener: K. Feigl (Toulouse) 

G4 Precise satellite orhits for geophysical applica¬ 
tions 

Convener: M. Rothacher (Bern), Co-Convener: 
RJ. Eanes (Austin, TX) 


G5 Ocean modelling from altimetry and remote 
sensing (co-sponsored by OA) 

Convener: P. JCnudsen (Copenhagen), Co-Conve¬ 
ner: P.Y. Le Traon (Ramonville Saint-Agne) 

G6 High resolution monitoring of land and ice 
surface with altimetry and SAR interferome¬ 
try 

Convener: R. Klees (Delft), Co-Convener: 

F. Remy (Toulouse) 

G7 Joint EGS/AGU Symposium on geodetic 
observation and geophysical interpretation of 
mass movements in the Earth system 
(co-sponsored by SE) 

Convener: J.O. Dickey (Pasadena, CA), 
Co-Convener: C. Reigber (Potsdam) 

01 Solid Earth and core 

Convener: B. Richter (Frankfurt/Main) 

02 Ocean and hydrosphere 

Convener: B.F. Chao (Greenbelt, MD) 

03 Cryosphere 

Convener: R. Dietrich (Dresden) 

04 Atmosphere 

Convener: A. Geiger (Zurich) 

05 Interactions between the components of the 
Earth system 

Convener: S. Zerbini (Bologna) 

G8 Integrated studies of sea-level fluctuations and 
crustal movements in the Mediterranean and 
adjacent regions 

Convener: A. Cazenave (Toulouse), 
Co-Convener: H.-P. Plag (Honefoss) 

G9 Atmospheric sounding vrith GPS 

Convener: G. Blewitt (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), 
Co-Convener: A. Niell (Westford, MA) 

GIO Satellite and airborne gravimetric and 

altimetric techniques 

Convener: R. Forsberg (Copenhagen), 
Co-Convener: R. Haagmans (Delft) 

Gil Recent advances in precise geoid determina¬ 

tion methodology 

Convener: I.N. Tziavos (Thessaloniki), 
Co-Convener: M. Vermeer (Masala) 

G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core on 
nutation, polar motion and length of day 

(co-sponsored by SE) 

Convener: H. Schuh (Munchen), Co-Convener: 
D.A. Salstein (Cambridge, MA) 

01 Effects of the atmosphere 

Convener: P. Gegout (Pasadena, CA) 

02 Effects of the ocean 

Convener: J. Siindermann (Hamburg) 

03 Effects of the core 

Convener: V.M.A. Dehant (Brussels) 

04 Models, measurements and analysis of the 
Earth rotation 

Convener: H. Schuh (Munchen) 

G13 Techniques for Earth observation 

CANCELLED, papers included in G15 

G14 Contribution of permanent geodetic network 

to Earth Science in Europe 

Convener: E. Calais (Valbonne), Co-Convener: 
B.A.C. Ambrosius (Delft) 


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G15 Instrumental challenges in geodesy 

Convener: P. Tomasi ^ologna), Co-Conveners: 
G. Bianco (Matera), JJ. Degnan (Greenbelt, 
MD), C.R. Wilson (Washington, DC) 

G16 Geodetic and geodynamic achievements of the 
CEI (Central European Initiative) 

Convener: J. Sledzinski (Warsaw), Co-Convener: 
J. Kostelecky (Prague) 

SE36 Potential fields in geodesy, geophysics and 
geology (joint with GJ 

Convener: W.R. Jacoby (Mainz), Co-Conveners: 
C. Braitenberg (Trieste), E.W. Grafarend 
(Stuttgart) 

SE52 Spontaneous globally synchronized variations 
of physical parameters (joint with G) 
Convener: LI. Rokityansl^ (Kiev), 
Co-Conveners: C. Denis (Liege), P. Varga 
(Sopron) 

IV. Hydrological Sciences (HS) 

HSAl Hydrology and the Earth’s crust 

01 Characterization and modelling of the 2-D 
and 3-D structure of porous and fractured 
formations 

Convener: P. Huggenberger (Basel), 
Co-Convener: R. Mackay (Birmingham) 

02 Identification of model parameters in 
groundwater hydrology 
Convener: M. Giudici (Milano), 
Co-Convener: G. de Marsily (Paris) 

03 Reactive mass transport: experimental 
studies of chemical, colloidal and biological 
processes 

Convener: P. Gouze (Montpellier), 
Co-Convener: G. Schafer (Strasbourg) 

04 Coastal aquifer dynamics and groundwater 
recharge 

Convener: L. Candela (Barcelona), Co-Con¬ 
vener: R. Mimoz-Carpena (Tenerife) 

HSA2 Hydrology and landforms and fluvial systems 
01 Measurement of bedload and suspended 
sediment in turbulent flow 
Convener: J.B. Laronne (Beer-Sheva), 
Co-Convener: P. Ergenzinger (Berlin) 

02 Morphological processes at the l^slope 
and river scale 

Convener: G. Roth (Genova), Co-Convener: 
V. Copertino (Potenza) 

03 Sediment and contaminant transfers at the 
land/ocean interface 
Convener: G. Leeks (Wallingford), 
Co-Convener: A. Monaco (Perpignan) 

HSA3 Open session on hydrology and climate 

Convener: J.P. O’Kane (Cork), Co-Conveners: 

O. Bonacci (Split), A. Pulido-Bosch (Granada) 

HSA4 Open session on hydrology and weather 
Convener: P. Burlando (Zurich) 

NH2 Meteorological and hydrological hazards (joint 
with HS) 

01 Uncertainty assessment in meteo-hydro- 
logic warning 

Convener: E. Todini (Bologna), Co-Convener: 
F. Castelli (Perugia) 


02 Prediction of hazardous events of meteoro¬ 
logical origin 

Convener: S. Tibaldi (Bologna), 
Co-Convener: S. Alonso (Palma de Mallorca) 
03 Flood hazards and flood risk: regional 
analysis of extremes (co-sponserd by OA) 
Convener: P. Bois (St. Martin d’Heres), 
Co-Convener: V. Oancea (Bucharest) 

04 Modelling and flood mapping in rural and 
urban areas 

Convener: G. Oberlin (Lyon), Co-Convener: 
G. Roth (Genova) 

05 Shallow landslides and rainfall triggering 
Convener: M. Sorriso-Valvo (Roges S 
Rende), Co-Convener: P. Versace (Montalto 
Uffugo Scalo) 

HSA5 Open session on hydrology and surface hydro- 
logical processes 

Convener: G. Kiely (Cork), Co-Convener: 

H. Bormann (Bonn) 

HSA6 Hydrology and soil processes 

01 Recent advances in tracers in vadose zone 
hydrology 

Convener: S.W. Tyler (Grenoble), 
Co-Conveners: W.M. Edmunds (Walling¬ 
ford), M. Flury (Pullman, WA)), 

B.R. Seanlon (Austin, TX) 

02 Scale problems of soil hydrological measur¬ 
ing techniques 

Convener: B. Huwe (Bayreuth), Co-Conven¬ 
er: S. Scherrer (Zurich) 

HSA7 Open session on hydrology and living commu¬ 
nities 

Convener: J.P. O’Kane (Cork) 

HSA8 Hydrology and chemical processes - restora¬ 
tion of aquifers: natural and artificial attenua¬ 
tion 

01 Natural attenuation and intrinsic bioreme¬ 
diation: field studies 
Convener: P. Grathwohl (Tubingen), 
Co-Convener: K.-U. Totsche (Bayreuth) 

02 New developments in in-situ treatment of 
subsurface contaminations 
Convener: H.H.M. Rijnaarts (Apeldoom), 
Co-Convener: T.N.P.. Bosma (Apeldoom) 

03 Redox processes in aquifers 

Convener: P. Behra (Strasbourg), Co-Conve¬ 
ner: M. Isenbeck-Schroter (Heidelberg) 

HSA9 Hydrology and applied mathematics 

01 Process representation in hydrological 
models - can it be achieved? 

Convener: F. Gallart (Barcelona), 
Co-Convener: S.M. ^^ite (Durham) 

NP1.02 ‘’taling, multifractals and nonlinearity in 
^drology (joint with HS) 
mvener: C. Onof (London), Co-Conveners: 
j.'Olsson (Fukuoka), D. Veneziano (Cambridge, 
MA) 

HSBl Water resources research 

01 Water resources of international river 
basins 

Convener: H.H.G. Savenije (Delft), 
Co-Convener: P. van der Zaag (Delft) 


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02 Influence of environmental and anthropo¬ 
genic change on flood processes (co-spon- 
sored by NH) 

Convener: G. Bloschl (Wien), Co-Convener: 
P. Burlando (Zurich) 

03 Remote sensing and GIS in hydrology 
Convener: F. Baret (Avignon), Co-Conveners: 
T. Estrela (Madrid), A. Stips (Ispra) 

04 Influence of landuse and moisture feed¬ 
back on continental rainfall 
Convener: H.H.G. Savenije (Delft), Co-Con¬ 
veners: A. Bronstert (Potsdam), U. Ulbrich 
(Koln) 

HSB2 Water resources engineering and management 
01 Water scarcity 

Convener: H.H.G. Savenije (Delft), 
Co-Convener: M. Bruen (Dublin) 

02 Sustainable development of watersheds and 
river processes 

Convener: H.M. Habersack (Wien), 
Co-Convener: M. de Groen (Delft) 

03 Groundwater systems and management 
Convener: M.Kh. Kholghi (Karaj), 
Co-Convener: L. Candela (Barcelona) 

04 Resource development and management in 
karst aquifer systems 
CANCELLED, papers included in HSA3 

HSCl Special hydrological symposia 

01 The French National Programme in Hy¬ 
drology 

Convener: M. Vauclin (Grenoble) 

02 Dryland degradation in the Mediterra¬ 
nean: threat, processes and mitigation 
Convener: J.C. Bathurst (Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne), Co-Convener: G. Quaranta (Potenza) 
03 Fire: impact on hydrology, sediment yield 
and ecosystems of Mediterranean lands 
Convener: J.M. Moreno (Toledo), Co-Con¬ 
vener: S. Rambal (Montpellier) 

04 Sources and transfer of water and sedi¬ 
ment in Mediterranean river basins 
Convener: M. Sala (Barcelona), Co-Convener: 
M. Inbar (Haifa) 

05 Catchment management in the Mediterra¬ 
nean for efficient water use 

Convener: T. Estrela (Madrid), Co-Convener: 
D. Jamieson (Newcastle upon Tyne) 

V. Oceans and Atmosphere (OA) 

OAl The thermohaline circulation 

Convener: A. Colin de Verdiere (Brest), 
Co-Convener: F. Schott (Kiel) 

OA2 Processes in regions of oceanic time series 
stations 

Convener: T.J. Muller (Kiel), Co-Convener: 

R. Lukas (Honolulu, HI) 

OA3 The North Atlantic OscUlation: decadal vari¬ 

ability in ocean and atmosphere 

Convener: A. Hense (Bonn), Co-Conveners: 

S. Rahmstorf (Potsdam), G. Reverdin (Toulouse) 

OA4 Circulation variability at mesoscale 

Convener: C. Millot (La Seyne), Co-Convener: 
A.M. Treguier (Plouzane) 


OA6 Dynamics of the polar ocean and its coupling 
to sea ice 

Convener: A.J. Willmott (Staffordshire), 
Co-Convener: P. Lemke (Kiel) 

OA7 Antarctic ocean circulation: observations and 
models 

Convener: A. Beckmann (Bremerhaven), 
Co-Convener: M.A. Garcia (Barcelona) 

OA8 The Mediterranean Sea: general circulation 

variability and related processes 
Convener: N. Pinardi (Bologna), Co-Convener: 
U. Send (Kiel) 

G5 Ocean modelling from altimetry and remote 

sensing (joint with OA) 

Convener: P. Knudsen (Copenhagen), Co-Conve¬ 
ner: P.Y. Le Traon (Ramonville Saint-Agne) 

OA9 Basic turbulence studies 

Convener: A. Petrosyan (Moscow), Co-Convener: 

T. Gerz (Wessling) 

OAIO Fluxes over terrestrial surfaces 

Convener: N.O. Jensen (Roskilde) 

01 Surface fluxes in non-homogeneous terrain 
Convener: Th. Foken (Bayreuth) 

02 Long term measurements of surface fluxes 
Convener: R. Valentini (Viterbo) 

OAl 1 Mesoscale transport of air pollution, including 

land/sea areas 

Convener: T. Mikkelsen (Roskilde), 
Co-Convener: B. Artinano (Madrid) 

OAl 2 Extreme weather events in the Mediterranean 

Convener: F. Prodi (Bologna), Co-Convener: 
A.E. Eidelman (Beer-Sheva) 

OA13 Cyclogenesis and fronts: FASTEX 

Convener: J.-P. Chalon (Toulouse), Co-Convener: 

A. J. Thorpe (Reading) 

OA14 Parametrizations in large scale atmospheric 
models 

Convener: P. Viterbo (Reading)^ 

01 Intercomparison and validation of the 
ocean-atmosphere flux fields 
Convener: S. Gulev (Moscow), Co-Convener: 
P.K. Taylor (Southampton) 

02 Major systematic errors In global coupled 
models 

Convener: D.B. Stephenson (Toulouse), 
Co-Convener: M.A. Balmaseda (Reading) 

03 Sensitivity of radiative perturbations in 
global coupled models 
Convener: O. Boucher (Villeneuve d’Ascq) 

ST2 Open session on the middle atmosphere (joint 
with OA) 

Convener: M. Dameris (Wessling), Co-Convener: 

B. C. Kruger (Lausanne) 

ST16 Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange (joint with 
OA) 

Convener: V. Wirth (Mtinchen), Co-Convener: 
P.H. Haynes (Cambridge) 


OA5 Open session on coastal/shelf-sea dynamics 
Convener: A. Lehmann (Kiel), Co-Convener: 
G.I. Shapiro (Moscow) 


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OA15 

OA16 

OA17 


ST14 

OA18 

OA19 

OA20 

OA21 

NP3.04 

NP3.05 


Clouds and their impact on radiation and OA22 
photo-chemical processes 
Convener: E. Raschke (Geesthacht) 

01 Remote sensing of clouds and aerosols 
Convener: E. Raschke (Geesthacht) 

02 Modelling of cloud systems 

Convener: N. Molders (Leipzig) ST15 

03 Radiative transfer and budget 
Convener: A. Ohmura (Zurich) 

04 Photo-chemical processes in clouds 
Convener: A.I. Flossmann (Aubiere) 

Interaction of biogenic and anthropogenic 
compouds in the Mediterranean and its influ¬ 
ence on atmospheric chemistry 
Convener: G. Seufert (Ispra), Co-Convener: 

N. Hewitt (Lancaster) 

Climate variability: models and observations 
(co-sponsored by SE) 

Convener: GJ. Komen (De Bilt) 

01 West African monsoon studies 
Convener: C.D. Thomcroft (Reading) 

02 Natural climate variability on the basis of 
past observations 

Convener: J.-C. Duplessy (Gif-sur-Yvette) 

03 Climate variability: time scale interactions 
Convener: J.M. Slingo (Reading) 

04 Clouds in the climate system: observations 
and modelling 

Convener: M. Desbois (Palaiseau) 

05 Prediction and detection of anthropogenic 
climate change 

Convener: T.C. Johns (Bracknell) 

Solar imprints in terrestrial archives (joint 
with OA) 

Convener: G. Cini-Castagnoli (Torino) 

Heterogeneous and homogeneous chemistry of 
reactive halogen compounds in the lower 
troposphere (co-sponsored by ST) 

Convener: U. Platt (Heidelberg), Co-Convener: 

G.K. Moortgat (Mainz) 

Free-radicals in the troposphere (co-sponsored 
by ST) 

Convener: H.-P. Dorn (Julich), Co-Convener: 

A. Volz-Thomas (Julich) 

Radiogenic isotopes as tracers of source-areas 
for aerosols, suspended matter and sediments 

(co-sponsored by ST) 

Convener: F.E. Grousset (Talence), Co-Convener: 

F. Sirocko (Potsdam) 

Biogeochemical interactions in the coastal 
marine environment 

Convener: A. Monaco (Perpignan), Co-Convener: 

N.B. Price (Edinburgh) 

Biological processes and mixing in the ocean 

(joint with OA) 

Convener: K.J. Richards (Southampton) 

Transport and mixing of chemical species in 
the atmosphere, including urban and regional 
problems in the troposphere and global-scale 
problems in the troposphere and stratosphere 

(joint with OA & ST) 

Convener: P.H. Haynes (Cambridge) 


Biogeochemical processes in submarine hydro- 
thermal systems along the Hellenic Volcanic 
Island Arc 

Convener: S. Vamavas (Patras), Co-Convener: 
P.R. Dando (Gwynedd) 

Atmospheric ozone (joint with OA) 

Convener: M.-M. Hirschberg (Freising/ 
Weihenstephan) 

01 Modelling and validation with satellite data 
Convener: LM. Vardavas (Crete), 
Co-Convener: F.W. Taylor (Oxford) 

02 Polar ozone 

Convener: A.A. Krivolutsky (Dolgoprudny) 
03 Changes in UV-B radiation 
Convener: B.C. Kruger (Lausanne) 

04 Tropospheric ozone with emphasis on the 
Mediterranean region 
Convener: C. Varotsos (Athens) 

05 Ozone as a climate gas 

Convener: K.P. Shine (Reading), 
Co-Convener: D.A. Hauglustaine (Boulder, 
CO) 

ST17 Aviation and space flight (joint with OA) 

01 Aviation impact on the atmosphere 
Convener: H. Kelder (De Bilt), Co-Convener: 
R. Sausen (Wessling) 

02 Air traffic meteorology and weather im¬ 
pact on aviation 

Convener: T. Hauf (Wessling), Co-Conven¬ 
ers: J.-C. Andre (Toulouse), J.-M. Carriere 
(Toulouse), A. Coqon (Toulouse) 

03 Air traffic meteorology 

CANCELLED, papers included in ST 17.2 

OA23 Operational oceanography: existing systems, 
developments and future potential 

Convener: R.A. Flather (Merseyside), 
Co-Convener: M. Bohle-Carbonell (Brussels) 

OA24 Marine data management: assimilation, hind¬ 
casting and nowcasting 
Convener: G. Evensen (Solheimsviken), 
Co-Convener: H. Gerritsen (Delft) 

OA25 Developments in weather forecasting 

Convener: N. Gustafsson (Norrkoping), 
Co-Convener: P. Benard (Toulouse) 

OA26 Will the probabilistic approach be the future 
for numerical weather predictions? 

Convener: R. Buizza (Reading), Co-Convener: 

Z. Toth (Camp Springs, MD) 

NP1.03 Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in 
oceans & atmosphere (joint with OA) 

Convener: F. Schmitt (Brussels), 

Co-Conveners: R.F. Cahalan (Greenbelt, MD), 
V.V. Yanovsky (Kharkov) 

NH2.03 Flood hazards and flood risk: regional analy¬ 
sis of extremes (joint with OA) 

Convener: P. Bois (St. Martin d’Heres), 
Co-Convener: V. Oancea (Bucharest) 

OA27 Marine tropospheric chemistry 

Convener. T. Brauers (Julich), Co-Convener: 

O. Schrems (Bremerhaven) 


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VI. Solar-Terrestrial Sciences (ST) 

STl Review session on solar-terrestrial sciences 

Convener: P. Fabian (FreisingAVeihenstephan), 
Co-Convener: M.A. Hapgood (Oxfordshire) 

ST2 Open session on the middle atmosphere 

(co-sponsored by OA) 

Convener: M. Dameris (Wessling), Co-Convener: 
B.C. Kruger (Lausanne) 

8X3 Open session on the ionosphere and thermo¬ 
sphere 

Convener: D. Fontaine (Velizy), Co-Convener: 
K. Schlegel (Katlenburg-Lindau) 

ST4 Open session on the magnetosphere 

Convener: MJ. Rycroft (Illkirch), Co-Convener: 
I. Sandahl (Kiruna) 

STS Open session on solar and heliospheric physics 
Convener: R.G. Marsden (Noordwijk), 
Co-Convener: E. Marsch (Katlenburg-Lindau) 

ST6 Nonlinear dynamics in the heliosphere (co¬ 
sponsored by NP) 

Convener: W.M. Macek (Warsaw), 
Co-Conveners: V. Carbone (Cosenza), 

R. Grappin (Meudon) 

ST7 Nonlinear processes in the ionosphere and 
magnetosphere (co-sponsored by NP) 

Convener: MJ. Rycroft (Illkirch), Co-Convener: 
D. Fontaine (Velizy) 

8X8 The high-latitude ionosphere and magneto¬ 

sphere: coupling and solar wind forcing 

Convener: J. Woch (Katlenburg-Lindau), 
Co-Convener: J.-P. Villain (Orleans) 

8X9 Effects of geomagnetic storms and high-energy 

particle events on the ionosphere, thermo¬ 
sphere, and middle atmosphere 
Convener: J. Lastovicka (Praha), Co-Convener: 
M. Forster (Potsdam) 

8X10 Ionospheric modelling and predictions 

Convener: R. Hanbaba (Lannion), Co-Convener: 
B. Zolesi (Rome) 

8X11 New results on the dynamics of the Earth’s 
magnetosphere from the Interball multi-space- 
craft missions 

Convener: J.-A. Sauvaud (Toulouse), 
Co-Convener: L.M. Zelenyi (Moscow) 

8X12 Theory and simulations of solar system plas¬ 
mas 

Convener: J. Buchner (Katlenburg-Lindau), 
Co-Convener: G. Belmont (Velizy) 

8X13 The Sun: SOHO and related results 

01 Plasma diagnosis of the solar atmosphere 
by photon spectroscopy and remote parti¬ 
cle measurements 

Convener: M. Hilchenbach (Katlenburg- 
Lindau), Co-Convener: V. Hansteen (Oslo) 

02 Multi-wavelength observations of solar 
atmospheric structure, evolution and erup¬ 
tions 

Convener: R.A. Harrison (Oxfordshire), 
Co-Convener: J.-P. Delaboudiniere (Orsay) 


8X14 Solar imprints in terrestrial archives 

(co-sponsored by OA) 

Convener: G. Cini-Castagnoli (Torino) 

8X15 Atmospheric ozone (co-sponsored by OA) 

Convener: M.-M. Hirschberg (Freising/ 
Weihenstephan) 

01 Modelling and validation with satellite 
data 

Convener: I.M. Vardavas (Crete), 
Co-Convener: F.W. Taylor (Oxford) 

02 Polar ozone 

Convener: A.A. Krivolutsky 
(Dolgoprudny) 

03 Changes in UV-B radiation 

Convener: B.C. Kruger (Lausanne) _ 

04 Tropospheric ozone with emphasis on 
the Mediterranean region 
Convener: C. Varotsos (Athens) 

05 Ozone as a climate gas 

Convener: K.P. Shine (Reading), 
Co-Convener: D.A. Hauglustaine (Boul¬ 
der, CO) 

8X16 Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange (co-spon¬ 

sored by OA) 

Convener: V. Wirth (Munchen), Co-Convener: 
P.H. Haynes (Cambridge) 

8X17 Aviation and space flight (co-sponsored by OA) 

01 Aviation impact on the atmosphere 

Convener: H. Kelder (De Bilt), Co-Convener: 
R. Sausen (Wessling) 

02 Air traffic meteorology and weather im¬ 
pact on aviation 

Convener: T. Hauf (Wessling), Co-Conve¬ 
ners: J.-C. Andre (Toulouse), J.-M. Carriere 
(Toulouse), A. Corjon (Toulouse) 

03 Air traffic meteorology 

CANCELLED, papers included in STl7.2 

OA18 Heterogeneous and homogeneous chemistry of 
reactive halogen compounds in the lower 
troposphere (joint with ST) 

Convener: U. Platt (Heidelberg), Co-Convener: 
G.K. Moortgat (Mainz) 

OA19 Free-radicals in the troposphere Qoint with ST) 
Convener: H.-P. Dom (Jiilich), Co-Convener: 

A. Volz-Thomas (Jiilich) 

OA20 Radiogenic isotopes as tracers of source-areas 
for aerosols, suspended matter and sediments 

(joint with ST) 

Convener: F.E. Grousset (Talence), Co-Convener: 
F. Sirocko (Potsdam) 

NP3.05 Transport and mixing of chemical species in 
the atmosphere, including urban and regional 
problems in the troposphere and global-scale 
problems in the troposphere and stratosphere 

(joint with OA & ST) 

Convener: P.H. Haj^es (Cambridge) 

VII. Planetary and Solar System Sciences (PS) 

P81 Planetary interiors 

Convener: P. Lognonne (Saint Maur), 
Co-Convener: T.V. Gudkova (Moscow) 


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PS2 Evolution and state of surfaces, crusts and 
lithospheres of planetary bodies 
Convener: P. Janie (Kiel), Co-Convener: 

A.T. Basilevsky (Moscow) 

PS3 Atmospheres of terrestrial planets, outer 

planets and moons 

Convener: F. Hourdin (Paris), Co-Convener: 
S.R. Lewis (Oxford) 

PS4 Planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres 

Convener: R. Prange (Orsay), Co-Conveners: 
M.K. Dougherty (London), K. Sauer (Katlen- 
burg-Lindau) 

PS5 Small bodies of the solar system 

Convener: G.H. Schwehm (Noordwijk), 
Co-Convener: S. Ulamec (Kdln) 

PS6 Solar system radiophysics and related topics 

Convener: C.H. Barrow (Katlenburg-Lindau), 
Co-Convener: M.G. Aubier (Meudon) 

PS7 Laboratory studies and observations on dust, 

ices and organics in the solar system 
Convener: P. Ehrenfreund (Leiden), 
Co-Convener: H. Kochan (Kdln) 

PS8 Meteorites and cosmochemistry 

Convener: E. Jagoutz (Mainz), Co-Convener: 

F. Robert (Paris) 

PS9 Lunar exploration 

Convener: B.H. Foing (Noordwijk), 
Co-Convener: H. Hoffinann (Berlin) 

PSIO Interrelations between asteroids, near-Earth 
asteroids and meteorites 

Convener: C. Froeschle (Nice), Co-Convener: 

A. Morbidelli (Nice) 

PSll Observation of solar-system objects with ISO 

Convener: T. Encrenaz (Meudon), Co-Convener: 
E. Griin (Heidelberg) 

PS12 Planet formation and extra-solar planets 

Convener: P. Barge (Marseille), Co-Convener: 

G. E. Morfill (Garching) 

PS13 Mars Pathfinder Mission: Update 

Convener: H.U. Keller (Katlenburg-Lindau), 
Co-Conveners: M.P. Golombek (Pasadena, CA), 

H. Wanke (Mainz) 

VIII. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics (NP) 

NPl Scaling, multihractals and nonlinear variabOity 

in geophysics 

Convener: D. Schertzer (Paris), Co-Convener: 
SM. Lovejoy (Montreal) 

01 Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in 
Solid Earth (co-sponsored by SE) 

Convener: J. Schmittbuhl (Paris), 
Co-Conveners: P. Bak (Upton, NY), 

D.L. Turcotte (Ithaca, OT) 

02 Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in 
hydrology (co-sponsored by HS) 

Convener: C. Onof (London), Co-Conveners: 
J. Olsson (Fukuoka), D. Veneziano (Cam¬ 
bridge, MA) 


03 Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in 
oceans & atmosphere (co-sponsored by OA) 
Convener: F. Schmitt (Brussels), 
Co-Conveners: R.F. Cahalan (Greenbelt, 
MD), V.V. Yanovsky (Kharkov) 

04 Scaling, multifractals and natural/ 
man-made hazards (co-sponsored by NH) 
Convener: G.S. Salvador! (Milano), 
Co-Convener: B.D. Malamud (Ithaca, NY) 

ST6 Nonlinear dynamics in the heliosphere (joint 
with NP) 

Convener: WM. Macek (Warsaw), 
Co-Conveners: V. Carbone (Cosenza), 

R. Grappin (Meudon) 

NP2 Predictability & time series analysis 
01 Quantifying predictability 

Convener: Z. Toth (Camp Springs, MD) 

02 Execution and analysis of geophysical 
laboratory experiments 
Convener: S.P. Malinowski (Warsaw), 
Co-Convener: W.-G. Fnih (Edinburgh) 

03 Nonlinear time series analysis 
Convener: J. Kurths (Potsdam), 
Co-Convener: P. Yiou (Gif-sur-Yvette) 

NP3 Transport and mixing in geophysical flows 
Convener: B. Legras (Paris) 

01 Transport and mixing in stably stratified 
fluid 

Convener: C. Staquet (Grenoble) 

02 Turbulence and mixing in geophysical 
flows, effects of stratification and rotation, 
convection, effect of coherent structures, 
Lagrangian chaos 
Convener: JM. Redondo (Barcelona) 

03 Dispersion in two-dimensional flows, mix¬ 
ing, anomalous diffusion, experiments, 
models and numerical simulations 
Convener: P. Tabeling (Paris) 

04 Biological processes and mixing in the 
ocean (co-sponsored by OA) 

Convener: KJ. Richards (Southampton) 

05 Transport and mixing of chemical species 
in the atmosphere, including urban and 
regional problems in the troposphere and 
global-scale problems in the troposphere 
and stratosphere (co-sponsored by OA & 
ST) 

Convener: P.H. Haynes (Cambridge) 

06 Mixing in the interior of the Earth (recy¬ 
cling of subducted slabs) (co-sponsored by 
SE) 

Convener: Y. Ricard (Lyon) 

NP4 Nonlinear waves, coherent structures and 
natural hazards 

01 Nonlinear waves, instabilities and wave- 
flow interactions 
Convener: V.I. Shrtra (Cork), 

Co-Convener: L.A. Ostrovsl^ (Boulder, CO) 
02 Fluctuations, self-organization and natural 
hazards (co-sponsored by NH) 

Convener: S.S. Moiseev (Moscow), 
Co-Convener: L.A. Mendes-Victor (Lisboa) 
03 Shallow water experiments as models of 
geophysical and astrophysical flows 
Convener: J. Sommeria (Lyon), Co-Convener: 
M.V. Nezlin (Moscow) 


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SE27 Mechanics of tectonic and volcanic earth¬ 
quakes (joint with NP) 

Convener: J. Sileny (Praha), Co-Convener: 

G.F. Panza (Trieste) 

SE31 Mechanics and thermalfluid-dynamics of vol¬ 
canic processes: modelling, observations and 
laboratory experiments (joint with NP) 
Convener: G. de Natale (Napoli), Co-Conveners: 
P. Allard (Gif-sur-Yvette), M. Bonafede (Bolo¬ 
gna) 

NHl.Ol Sea surges and storms (joint with NP) 
Convener: A.R. Osborne (Torino), 

Co-Convener: S. Tinti (Bologna) 

ST7 Nonlinear processes in the ionosphere and 

magnetosphere (joint with NP) 

Convener: MJ. Rycroft (Illkirch), Co-Convener: 
D. Fontaine (Velizy) 

NP5 Vortex dynamics 

Convener: V. Zeitlin (Paris), 

Co-Convener: D.G. Dritschel (Cambridge) 

IX. Natural Hazards (NH) 

NHl Extreme events in the sea and near shore and 
coastal hazards 

01 Sea surges and storms (co-sponsored by 
NP) 

Convener: A.R. Osborne (Torino), 
Co-Convener: S. Tinti (Bologna) 

02 Submarine landsliding 

Convener: P. Heinrich (Bruyeres le Chatel), 
Co-Convener: C. Eva (Genova) 

03 Tsunamis 

Convener: A. Piatanesi (Bruyeres le Chatel), 
Co-Convener: M.A. Baptista (Lisboa) 

NH2 Meteorological and hydrological hazards (co¬ 
sponsored by HS) 

01 Uncertainty assessment in meteo-hydro- 
logic warning 

Convener: E. Todini (Bologna), Co-Convener: 

F. Castelli (Perugia) 

02 Prediction of hazardous events of meteoro¬ 
logical origin 

Convener: S. Tibaldi (Bologna), 
Co-Convener: S. Alonso (Palma de Mallorca) 
03 Flood hazards and flood risk: regional 
analysis of extremes (co-sponserd by OA) 
Convener: P. Bois (St. Martin d’Heres), 
Co-Convener: V. Oancea (Bucharest) 

04 Modelling and flood mapping in rural and 
urban areas 

Convener: G. Oberlin (Lyon), Co-Convener: 

G. Roth (Genova) 

05 Shallow landslides and rainfall triggering 

Convener: M. Sorriso-Valvo (Roges di 
Rende), Co-Convener: P. Versace (Montalto 
Uffiigo Scalo) 

HSB1.02 Influence of environmental and anthropogenic 
change on flood processes (joint with NH) 
Convener: G. Bloschl (Wien), Co-Convener: 

P. Burlando (Zurich) 


NH3 Earthquake risk mitigation (co-sponsored by 
SE) 

01 Models and methods in seismic hazard 
assessment 

Convener: T.M. Tsapanos (Thessaloniki), 
Co-Convener: C.V. Christova (Sofia) 

02 Seismic hazard evaluation in high seismici¬ 
ty areas by observing precursory phenome¬ 
na 

Convener: M.E. Contadakis (Thessaloniki), 
Co-Convener: J. Zschau (Potsdam) 

03 Macroseismics: present state of intensity- 
assessment procedures and future perspec¬ 
tives 

Convener: A. Tertulliani (Rome), 
Co-Convener: 1. Cecic (Ljubljana) 

04 Active fault and earthquake risk mitigation 
Convener: A.A. Barka (Paris), 

Co-Convener: I.S. Stewart (Isleworth) 

05 Landslide hazards in seismically active 
regions 

Convener: J. Wasowski (Bari), Co-Convener: 
V. Del Gaudio (Bari) 

06 Efficiency of buUding codes in the mitiga¬ 
tion of the vulnerability 
Convener: V. Petrini (Milano), Co-Convener: 
L.G. Pujades Beneit (Barcelona) 

07 Seismic microzonation in urban areas 
Convener: A. Roca (Barcelona), 
Co-Convener: C.S. Oliveira (Lisboa) 

NH4 Volcanic hazards: field studies, instrumen¬ 

tation and observation networks (co-sponsored 
by SE) 

Convener: C. Kilbum (London), Co-Convener: 
G. Vougioukalakis (Athens) 

NH5 Geomorphological hazards: extent, evaluation 

and mapping techniques 

Convener: F. Guzzetti (Perugia), Co-Convener: 
R.J. Allison (Durham) 

NH6 Transfer of the scientific information to the 
users 

Convener: I. Becchi (Firenze), Co-Convener: 

F. Guzzetti (Perugia) 

NP1.04 Scaling, multifractals and natural/man-made 
hazards (joint with NH) 

Convener: G.S. Salvador! (Milano), 
Co-Convener: B.D. Malamud (Ithaca, NY) 

NP4.02 Fluctuations, self-organization and natural 
hazards (joint with NH) 

Convener: S.S. Moiseev (Moscow), 
Co-Convener: L.A. Mendes-Victor (Lisboa) 

X. Additional Symposia 

ST A Workshop on the EC TMR program: Scientif¬ 
ic Training and Access to Aircraft for Atmo¬ 
spheric Research throughout Europe 
(STAAARTE):experiences-results-discussions 
Convener: M. Krautstrunk (Wessling), Co-Con¬ 
veners: D.R. Kindred (Famborough), G. Penazzi 
(St. Maur des Fosses) 


50 



Overall Schedule for Oral & Poster Sessions 


! MONDAY, 20 APRIL - MORNING SESSIONS 


EGS Geophysical and geological signatures of past and 
present climate change 

EGS2 R1 08.45 p. 65 

Modelling techniques and joint inversion in Earth 
sciences 

EGS3 R4 09.00 p. 66 

SE Open session on tectonophysics 

SEl R2 08.30 p. 68 

Variations in the Earth’s rotation: implications 
for the dynamics and structure of the mantle and 
for global change processes 
SE7 R2 11.00 p. 72 

Fault interaction and earthquake mechanics 
SEIO R3 08.30 p. 74 

Active deformation along plate boundaries: 
measurements and models 
SE17.2 Gallieni 5 09.00 p. 81 

The Trans European Suture Zone (TESZ)I 
SE19 Hermes 08.30 p. 83 

Mechanics and thermalfluid-dynamics of volcanic 
processes: modelling, observations and laboratory 
experiments 

SE31 Athena 08.30 p. 92 

Archaeomagnetism and secular variations 
SE35.2 Rll 08.30 p. 103 

Electro-magnetic and electro-kinetic properties of 
rocks: integration of laboratory, borehole and PS 
field measurements 

SE41 R8 11.00 p. 112 

ColUsional and transform plate boundaries and 
subduction zones 

SE47.4 R9 08.45 p. 117 

G Geophysical applications of radar interferometry 
G3 R9 11.00 p. 123 

Joint EGS/AGU Symposium on geodetic observa¬ 
tion and geophysical interpretation of mass 
movements in the Earth system - Introduction 
G7 R5 08.30 p. 127 

Solid Earth and core 

G7.1 R5 10.45 p. 127 

Instrumental chaUenges in geodesy 
G15 R7 09.00 p. 134 

Geodetic and geodynamic achievements of the 
CEI (Central European Initiative) 

G16 RIO 08.30 p. 136 

HS Identification of model parameters in ground- 
water hydrology 

HSA1.2 Gallieni 3 09.00 p. 140 

Morphological processes at the hillslope and river 
SCdl0 

HSA2.2 Mykonos 08.45 p. 143 

Sediment and contaminant transfers at the 
land/ocean interface 

HSA2.3 Mykonos 11.00 p. 144 

Open session on hydrology and surface hydrolog¬ 
ical processes 

HSA5 Gallieni 2 08.30 p. 145 

OA Open session on coastal/shelf-sea dynamics 

OA5 Uranie 08.30 p. 167 


OA Dynamics of the polar ocean and its coupling to 
sea ice I 

OA6 Calliope 08.30 p. 169 

Extreme weather events in the Mediterranean 
OA12 Thalie 11.00 p. 178 

Intercomparison and validation of the ocean-at¬ 
mosphere flux fields I 

OA14.1 Erato 09.00 p. 181 

West African monsoon studies 
OA17.1 Euterpe 08.30 p. 188 

Biogeochemical interactions in the coastal marine 
environment 

OA21 Clio 08.30 p. 198 

Developments in weather forecasting I 
OA25 Thalie 08.30 p. 202 

ST Review session on solar-terrestrial sciences 

STl M7 11.00 p. 207 

Open session on solar and heliospheric physics I 
ST5 M5 09.00 p. 213 

Effects of geomagnetic storms and high-energy 
particle events on the ionosphere, thermosphere, 
and middle atmosphere 

ST9 M6 09.00 p. 218 

Aviation impact on the atmosphere 
ST17.1 M8 08.30 p. 232 

Evolution and state of surfaces, crusts and litho¬ 
spheres of planetary bodies I 
PS2 Ml 11.00 p. 236 

Meteorites and cosmochemistry 
PS8 Ml 09.00 p. 245 

Interrelations between asteroids, near-Earth 
asteroids and meteorites 

PS 10 M4 09.00 p. 246 

Observation of solar-system objects with ISO I 
PS 11 M2 09.00 p. 246 

NP Scaling, multiffactals and nonlinearity in Solid 
Earth 

NPl.l M9 09.00 p. 252 

Dispersion in two-dimensional flows, mix- ing, 
anomalous diffusion, experiments, models and 
numerical simulations 

NP3.3 M3 09.00 p. 259 

Shallow water experiments as models of geophysi¬ 
cal and astrophysical flows 
NP4.3 Iris 08.30 p. 265 

NH Submarine landsliding 

NH1.2 Studio 11.00 p. 267 

Models and methods in seismic hazard assessment 
NH3.1 R6 09.00 p. 271 


Opening & Award Ceremony and Society Lecture 
Lecture Theatre Apollon 

17.00 Opening Ceremony 

17.15 Award Ceremony 

18.00 Inauguration of the new EGS and Section Presidents 

18.15 Society Lecture 
19.30 Reception 


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MONDAY, 20 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS 


EGS Modelling techniques and joint inversion in Earth 
sciences 

EGS3 R4 14.00 p. 66 

SE Variations in the Earth’s rotation: implications 
for the dynamics and structure of the mantle and 
for global change processes 
SE7 R2 14.00 p. 72 

Fault interaction and earthquake mechanics 
SEIO R3 14.00 p. 75 

Active deformation along plate boundaries: 
measurements and models 
SE17.2 Gallieni 5 14.00 p. 81 

The Trans European Suture 2^ne (TESZ)I 
SE19 Hermes 14.00 p. 83 

Mechanics and thermalfluid-dynamics of volcanic 
processes: modelling, observations and laboratory 
experiments 

SE31 Athena 14.00 p. 93 

Archaeological prospection 
SE35.1 Rll 14.00 p. 102 

Electro-magnetic and electro-kinetic properties of 
rocks: integration of laboratory, borehole and 
field measurements 

SE41 R8 14.00 _ p. 112 

Spontaneous globally synchronized variations of 
physical parameters 

SE52 R1 14.00 p. 120 

G Solid Earth and core 

G7.1 R5 14.00 p. 127 

Ocean and hydrosphere 

G7.2 R5 14.30 p. 127 

Instrumental challenges in geodesy 
G15 R7 14.00 p. 135 

Geodetic and geodynamic achievements of the 
CEI (Central European Initiative) 

G16 RIO 14.00 p. 136 

HS Identification of model parameters in groundwa¬ 
ter hydrology 

HSA1.2 Gallieni 3 14.00 p. 140 

Measurement of bedload and suspended sediment 
in turbulent flow 

HSA2.1 Mykonos 14.00 p. 143 

Open session on hydrology and surface hydrologi¬ 
cal processes 

HSA5 Gallieni 2 14.00 p. 146 

OA Open session on coastal/shelf-sea dynamics 

OA5 Uranie 14.00 p. 168 

Dynamics of the polar ocean and its coupling to 
sea ice I 

OA6 Calliope 14.00 p. 169 

Extreme weather events in the Mediterranean 
OA12 Thalie 14.00 p. 179 

Intercomparison and validation of the ocean-atm¬ 
osphere flux fields I 

OA14.1 Erato 14.00 p. 181 

Interaction of biogenic and anthropogenic com- 

pouds in the Mediterranean and its influence on 

atmospheric chemistry I 

OA16 Clio 14.00 p. 186 

Clouds in the climate system: observations and 

modelling 

OA17.4 Euterpe 14.00 p. 192 

ST Open session on the middle atmosphere I 

ST2 M7 14.00 p. 207 


ST Open session on solar and heliospheric physics I 
ST5 M5 14.00 p. 213 

Effects of geomagnetic storms and high-energy 
particle events on the ionosphere, thermosphere, 
and middle atmosphere 

ST9 M6 14.00 p. 218 

Air traffic meteorology and weather impact on 
aviation I 

ST17.2 M8 14.00 p. 233 

PS Evolution and state of surfaces, crusts and lithos¬ 
pheres of planetary bodies I 
PS2 Ml 14.00 p. 237 

Solar system radiophysics & related topics I 
PS6 M4 14.00 p. 242 

Observation of solar-system objects with ISO I 
PS 11 M2 14.00 p. 247 

NP Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in hydrolo¬ 

gy 

NP1.2 M9 14.00 p. 252 

Execution and analysis of geophysical laboratory 
experiments 

NP2.2 Iris 14.00 ^ p. 256 

Transport and mixing of chemical species in the 
atmosphere, including urban and regional prob¬ 
lems in the troposphere and global-scale problems 
in the troposphere and stratosphere I 
NP3.5 M3 14.00 p. 260 

Mixing in the interior of the Earth I 
NP3.6 M3 15.45 p. 262 

NH Uncertainty assessment in meteo-hydrologic 
warning 

NH2.1 Studio 14.00 p. 268 

Active fault and earthquake risk mitigation 
NH3.4 R6 14.00 p. 274 


Video & PC Points 

Video (multinorm VHS) 

AGORA2- HS Area (lifts close to Apollon) 
RHODES - SE Area (escalator to Mediterranee) 
LES MUSES - OA Area (next to exit/entrance) 


Personal Computer 

RHODES - SE Area (escalator to Mediterranee) 


Tuesday-Thursday, 21-23 April, 08.00-19.00/19.30 


Open Section/IWG Business Meetings 
Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00 


SE; 

RIO 

ST: 

M8 

G: 

R5 

PS: 

M4 

HS: 

Gallieni 3 

NP: 

M3 

OA: 

Clio 

NH: 

R1 


Sandwiches & Refreshments are complimentary 


52 


TUESDAY, 21 APRIL - MORNING SESSIONS 


EGS Tectonics, structure and dynamics of the Alpine- 
Mediterranean System 

EGS 1.1 Athena 09.00 p. 63 

SE Post-glacial rebound and its influence on sea 
level, crustal deformation and gravity: new 
observations, modelling results and initiatives 
SE6 R3 11.00 p. 71 

Lithospheric dynamic processes as seen from geo¬ 
morphology 

SEll R2 11.00 p. 75 

Crustal structure revealed by scientific drilling 
SE15 , R3 08.45 p. 78 

Seismological studies in convergent plate margins 
SE17.3 R2 08.45 p. 82 

The Trans European Suture Zone (TESZ)n 
SE19 Hermes 08.30 p. 84 

Images of the continental lithosphere by active 
seismic methods 

SE22 R1 11.00 p. 86 

Seismic rupture processes: confrontation of ob¬ 
servations and theory 

SE24 R9 08.30 p. 88 

The Umbria-Marche earthquake sequence of 
1997: first results 

SE24.1 R9 11.00 p. 89 

Open session on volcanology, geochemistry and 
petrology 

SE28 R1 08.45 p. 92 

Effect of chemical alteration on magnetization 
SE34.3 R4 09.00 p. 98 

Potential fields in geodesy, geophysics and geology 

SE36 Hermes 11.00 p. 104 

Physical properties of mudrocks 
SE39.6 Rll 11.00 p. Ill 

Rifted margins 

SE47.1 RIO 08.45 p. 115 

G Cryosphere 

G7.3 R5 08.30 p. 128 

Atmosphere 

G7.4 R5 09.45 p. 128 

Interactions between the components of the Earth 
system 

G7.5 R5 11.30 p. 128 

Recent advances in precise geoid determination 
methodology 

Gil R8 09.00 p. 131 

Contribution of permanent geodetic network to 
Earth Science in Europe 
G14 R7 09.00 p. 133 

HS Reactive mass transport: experimental studies of 
chemical, colloidal and biological processes 
HSA1.3 Gallieni3 11.00 p. 141 

Open session on hydrology and weather 
HSA4 Gallieni 2 09.00 p. 145 

Recent advances in tracers in vadose zone hydrol¬ 
ogy 

HSA6.1 Mykonos 08.45 p. 147 

Catchment management in the Mediterranean for 
efficient water use 

HSC1.5 Gallieni 3 08.30 p. 160 

OA The thermohaline circulation I 

OAl Calliope 11.00 p. 161 


OA Dynamics of the polar ocean and its coupling to 
sea ice II 

OA6 Calliope 08.30 p. 170 

The Mediterranean Sea: general circulation 
variability and related processes 
OA8 Uranie 08.30 p. 172 

Mesoscale transport of air pollution, including 
land/sea areas 

OAll Erato 11.00 p. 177 

Intercomparison and validation of the ocean-atm¬ 
osphere flux fields n 

OA14.1 Erato 08.45 p. 182 

Interaction of biogenic and anthropogenic com- 

pouds in the Mediterranean and its influence on 

atmospheric chemistry 11 

OA16 ^ Clio 08.30 p. 187 

Prediction and detection of anthropogenic cUmate 

change 

OA17.5 Euterpe 08.30 p. 193 

Free-radicals in the troposphere 

OAl 9 Clio 11.00 p. 196 

Developments in weather forecasting n 

OA25 Thalie 08.30 p. 202 

ST Open session on the middle atmosphere II 

ST2 _ M7 08.30 p. 207 

Open session on solar and heliospheric physics II 
ST5 M5 09.00 p. 213 

Nonlinear dynamics in the heliosphere 
ST6 Gallieni 5 08.45 p. 215 

The high-latitude ionosphere and magnetosphere: 
coupling and solar wind forcing 
ST8 M6 08.45 p. 216 

Air traffic meteorology and weather impact on 
aviation II 

ST17.2 M8 08.30 p. 234 

PS Evolution and state of surfaces, crusts and lithos¬ 
pheres of planetary bodies II 
PS2 Ml 08.30 p. 237 

Atmospheres of terrestrial planets, outer planets 
and moons I 

PS3 Ml 11.00 p. 238 

Solar system radiophysics and related topics II 
PS6 M4 08.45 p. 242 

Observation of solar-system objects with ISO II 
PS 11 M2 09.00 p. 247 

Mars Pathfinder Mission: Update I 
PS 13 Iris 08.30 p. 249 

NP Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in oceans 
& atmosphere 

NP1.3 M9 09.00 p. 253 

Transport and mixing in stably stratified fluid 
NP3.1 M3 10.00 p. 257 

Mixing in the interior of the Earth (recycling of 
subducted slabs) II 

NP3.6 M3 08.30 p. 263 

NH Sea surges and storms 

NHl.l R6 08.30 p. 267 

Tsuna mi s 

NH1.3 R6 11.00 p. 267 

Prediction of hazardous events of meteorological 
origin 

NH2.2 Studio 09.00 p. 268 


53 



TUESDAY, 21 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS 


EGS Tectonics, structure and dynamics of the Alpine- 
Mediterranean System 

EGS 1.1 Athena 14.00 p. 63 

Geophysical and geological signatures of past and 
present climate change - Posters 
EGS2 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 66 

Modelling techniques and joint inversion in Earth 
sciences - Posters 

EGS3 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 67 

SE Open session on tectonophysics - Posters 

SEl RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 68 

Post-glacial rebound and its influence on sea 
level, crustal deformation and gravity: new 
observations, modelling results and initiatives 
SE6 R3 14.00 p. 71 

Post-glacial rebound and its influence on sea 
level, crustal deformation and gra^ty:_ new 
observations, modelling results and initiatives - 
Posters 

SE6 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 72 

Variations in the Earth’s rotation: implications 
for the dynamics and structure of the mantle and 
for global change processes - Posters 
SE7 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 72 

Fault interaction and earthquake mechanics - 
Post6rs 

SEIO RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 75 

Lithospheric dynamic processes as seen from geo¬ 
morphology - Posters 

SEll RHODES-SE 17.00^ _ p. 75 

Crustal structure revealed by scientific drUling - 
Posters 

SE15 RHODES-SE 17.00 p.79 

Active deformation along plate boundaries: 
measurements and models - Posters 
SE17.2 RHODES-SE 17.00 p.82 

Seismological studies in convergent plate margins 
- Posters 

SE17.3 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 82 

The Trans European Suture Zone (TESZ) - 
Posters 

SE19 RHODES-SE 17.00 p._84 

Images of the continental lithosphere by active 
seismic methods 

SE22 R1 14.00 p. 86 

Images of the continental lithosphere by active 
seismic methods - Posters 
SE22 RHODES-SE 17.00 _ p. 87 

Seismic rupture processes: confrontation of 
observations and theory - Posters 
SE24 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 89 

The Umbria-Marche earthquake sequence of 
1997: first results - Posters 
SE24.1 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 89 

3-D seismic modelling and high performance 
computing 

SE26 Thalie 14.00 p. 91 

Mechanics and thermalfluid-dynamics of volcanic 
processes: modelling, observations and laboratory HS 
experiments - Posters 

SE31 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 93 

New challenges in rockmagnetism, palaeomagneti- 
sm and environmental magnetism 
SE34.1 R4 14.05 p. 96 

New challenges in rockmagnetism, palaeomagneti- 
sm and environmental magnetism - Posters 
SE34.1 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 96 


SE Effect of chemical alteration on magnetization - 
Posters 

SE34.3 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 99 

Archaeological prospection - Posters 
SE35.1 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 103 

Archaeomagnetism and secular variations - 
Posters 

SE35.2 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 104 

Potential fields in geodesy, geophys. & geology I 
SE36 Hermes 14.00 p. 104 

Potential fields in geodesy, geophysics and geology 

- Posters 

SE36 RHODES-SE 17.00. p. 105 

Physical properties of mudrocks 

SE39.6 Rll 14.00 p. Ill 

Electro-magnetic and electro-kinetic properties of 

rocks: integration of laboratory, borehole and 

field measurements - Posters 

SE41 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 112 

Physical properties of fault zones 

SE42 R2 14.00 p. 113 

Rifted margins 

SE47.1 RIO 14.00 p. 116 

Rifted margins - Posters 
SE47.1 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 116 

Marine magnetics 35 years after Vine- Matthews- 
Morley discovery (in memory of D. Matthews) 
SE49 R9 14.00 p. 119 

Spontaneous globally synchronized variations of 
physical parameters - Posters 
SE52 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 121 

G Environmental effects on gravity and intercompa¬ 

risons with other techniques - Posters 
G1 AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 122 

Geophysical applications of radar interferometry 

- Posters 

G3 AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 123 

Interactions between the components of the Earth 
system 

G7.5 R5 14.00 p. 128 

Recent advances in precise geoid determination 
methodology 

Gil R8 14.00 _p. 131 

Recent advances in precise geoid determination 
methodology - Posters 

Gil AGORA2-G 17.00^ p. 131 

Contribution of permanent geodetic network to 
Earth Science in Europe 
G14 R7 14.00 p. 134 

Contribution of permanent geodetic network to 
Earth Science in Europe - Posters 
G14 AGORA2-G 17.30 p. 134 

Instrumental challenges in geodesy - Posters 
G15 AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 135 

Geodetic and geodynamic achievements of the 
CEI (Central European Initiative) - Posters 
G16 AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 137 

Reactive mass transport: experimental studies of 
chemical, colloidal and biological processes 
HSA1.3 Gallieni 3 14.00 p. 141 

Open session on hydrology and weather 
HSA4 Gallieni 2 14.00 p. 145 

Open session on hydrology and surface hydrologi¬ 
cal processes - Posters 

HSA5 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 146 

Hydrology and soil processes - Posters 
HSA6 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 147 


54 




TUESDAY, 21 APREL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS CONT. 


HS Scale problems of soil hydrological measuring 
techniques 

HSA6.2 Mykonos 14.00 p. 148 

OA The thermohaline circulation I 

OAl Calliope 14.00 p. 161 

Open session on coastal/shelf-sea dynamics - Post. 
OA5 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 158 

Dynamics of the polar ocean and its coupling to 
sea ice - Posters 

OA6 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 170 

The Mediterranean Sea: general circulation 
variability and related processes 
OA8 Uranie 14.00 p. 172 

The Mediterranean Sea: general circulation 
variability and related processes - Posters 
OA8 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 173 

Mesoscale transport of air pollution, including 
land/sea areas 

OAll Erato 14.00 p. 177 

Mesoscale transport of air pollution, including 
land/sea areas - Posters 

OAll LES MUSES 17.30 p. 178 

Extreme weather events in the Mediterranean - 
Posters 

OA12 ^ LES MUSES 17.00 p. 179 

Interaction of biogenic and anthropogenic com- 
pouds in the Mediterranean and its influence on 
atmospheric chemistry - Posters 
OA16 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 187 

Climate variability: models and observations 
OAl 7 Euterpe 14.00 p. 188 

Free-radicals in the troposphere 
OA19 Clio 14.00 p. 196 

Free-radicals in the troposphere - Posters 
OA19 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 197 

Biogeochemical interactions in the coastal marine 
environment - Posters 

OA21 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 199 

Developments in weather forecasting - Posters 
OA25 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 203 

ST Review session on solar-terrestrial sciences - 
Posters 

STl AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 207 

Open session on the middle atmosphere II 
ST2 M7 14.00 p. 208 

Open session on the middle atmosphere II - Post. 
ST2 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 208 

Open session on solar and heliospheric physics - 
Posters 

STS AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 214 

Nonlinear dynamics in the heliosphere 
ST6 Gallieni 5 14.00 p. 215 

Nonlinear dynamics in the heliosphere - Posters 
ST6 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 215 

The high-latitude ionosphere and magnetosphere: 
coupling and solar wind forcing 
STS M6 14.00 p. 217 

The high-latitude ionosphere and magnetosphere: 
coupling and solar wind forcing - Posters 
STS AGORA3-ST 17.30 p. 217 

Effects of geomagnetic storms and high-energy 
particle events on the ionosphere, thermosphere, 
and middle atmosphere - Posters 
ST9 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 218 

New results on the dynamics of the Earth’s 
magnetosphere from the Interball multi-space- 
craft missions I 

STll M2 14.00 p. 220 


ST Plasma diagnosis of the solar atmosphere by 
photon spectroscopy and remote particle mea¬ 
surements I 

ST13.1 M5 14.00 p. 223 

Aviation impact on the atmosphere - Posters 
ST17.1 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 233 

Air traftic meteorology and weather impact on 
aviation II 

STl7.2 M8 14.00 p. 234 

Air traftic meteorology and weather impact on 
aviation II - Posters 

ST17.2 AGORA3-ST 17.30 p. 235 

PS Evolution and state of surfaces, crusts and litho¬ 
spheres of planetary bodies - Posters 
PS2 AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 237 

Atmospheres of terrestrial planets, outer planets 
and moons I 

PS3 Ml 14.00 p. 238 

Observation of solar-system objects with ISO - 
Posters 

PSll AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 247 

Planet formation and extra-solar planets I 
PS12 M4 14.00 p. 248 

Mars Pathfinder Mission: Update I 
PS13 Iris 14.00 p. 249 

Mars Pathfinder Mission: Update I - Posters 
PS 13 AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 250 

NP Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in Solid 
Earth - Posters 

NPl.l AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 252 

Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in hydrolo¬ 
gy - Posters 

NP1.2 AGORA2-NP 17.00 p. 253 

Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in oceans 
& atmosphere 

NP1.3 M9 14.00 p. 254 

Scaling, multifractals and nonlinearity in oceans 
& atmosphere - Posters 

NP1.3 AGORA3-NP 17.30 p. 254 

Scaling, multifractals and natural/man-made 
hazards - Posters 

NP1.4 AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 254 

Transport and mixing in stably stratified fluid 
NP3.1 M3 14.00 p. 257 

Transport and mixing in stably stratified fluid - 
Posters 

NP3.1 AGORA3-NP 17.30 p. 258 

Dispersion in two-dimensional flows, mixing, 
anomalous diffusion, experiments, models and 
numerical simulations - Posters 
NP3.3 AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 259 

Shallow water experiments as models of geophysi¬ 
cal and astrophysical flows - Posters 
NP4.3 AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 265 

NH Models and methods in seismic hazard assessment 
- Posters 

NH3.1 RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 272 

Active fault and earthquake risk mitigation - 
Posters 

NH3.4 RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 275 

Efficiency of building codes in the mitigation of 
the vulnerability 

NH3.6 R6 14.00 p. 276 

Transfer of the scientific information to the users 
NH6 Studio 14.00 p. 279 


55 



WEDNESDAY, 22 APRIL - MORNING SESSIONS 


EGS Evolution of the African-Eurasian plate boundary 
EGS1.2 Athena 09.00 p. 63 

SE Geodynamics of the lithosphere: images and 
models of active tectonics 
SE5 R3 08.45 ^ p. 70 

Modern rifts: plumes, kinematic conditions and 
lithospheric inhomogeneities 
SE14 R9 09.00 p. 77 

Open session on seismology 
SE21 R2 09.00 p. 85 

Sediment magnetic records of climatic cycles and 

pvpntc 

SE34.4 R4 09.00 p. 99 

Potential fields in geodesy, geophysics and geology 
II 

SE36 Gallieni 5 09.00 p. 105 

Physical properties of partially molten rocks 
SE39.5 Rll 08.40 p. Ill 

Processes of crustal accretion at mid-oceanic-rid- 
ges 

SE47.3 RIO 09.00 _ 

Recent marine geological and geophysical investi¬ 
gation in the Mediterranean and Black Sea 

SE50 R1 09.00 p. 119 

G Recent crustal movements of coastal regions: new 
geodetic, geologic and geophysical results 
G2 R8 09.00 p. 122 

Integrated studies of sea-level fluctuations and 
crustal movements in the Mediterranean and 
adjacent regions 

G8 R5 09.00 p. 129 

Atmospheric sounding with GPS 
G9 R7 08.30 p. 129 

HS Characterization and modelling of the 2-D and 
3-D structure of porous and fractured formations 
HSAl.l Gallieni 3 08.40 p. 139 

Open session on hydrology and climate 
HSA3 Gallieni 2 ^ 09.00^ p. 144 

Water resources of international river basins 
HSBl.l Mykonos 09.00 p. 153 

The French National Programme in Hydrology 
HSCl.l Hermes 08.45 p. 157 

OA The thermohaline circulation II 

OAl Calliope 09.00 p. 161 

Surface fluxes in non-homogeneous terrain 
OAlO.l Thalie 09.00 p. 174 

Major systematic errors in global coupled models 
OA14.2 Erato 09.00 p. 183 


OA Climate variability: time scale interactions I 

OA17.3 Euterpe 08.30 p. 190 

Radiogenic isotopes as tracers of source-areas for 
aerosols, suspended matter and sediments 
OA20 Clio 08.30 p. 198 

Operational oceanography: existing systems, 
developments and future potential 
OA23 Uranie 09.00 p. 200 

ST Nonlinear processes in the ionosphere and magne¬ 

tosphere 

ST7 M8 09.00 p. 215 

New results on the dynamics of the Earth’s 
magnetosphere from the Interball multi-space¬ 
craft missions 11 

STll M7 09.00 p. 220 

Plasma diagnosis of the solar atmosphere by 
photon spectroscopy and remote particle mea¬ 
surements n 

ST13.1 M5 09.00 p. 224 

Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange I 

ST16 M6 08.45 p. 230 

PS Atmospheres of terrestrial planets, outer planets 
and moons II 

PS3 Ml 08.30 p. 239 

Laboratory studies and observations on dust, ices 
and organics in the solar system I 
PS7 M9 08.45 p. 243 

Planet formation and extra-solar planets II 
PS 12 M4 09.00 p. 248 

Mars Pathfinder Mission: Update II 
PS 13 Iris 09.00 p. 251 

NP Nonlinear time series analysis 

NP2.3 M2 08.30 p. 256 

Turbulence and mixing in geophysical flows, 
effects of stratification and rotation, convection, 
effect of coherent structures, Lagrangian chaos 
NP3.2 M3 09.00 p. 258 

NH Flood hazards and flood risk: regional analysis of 

fkirtrpmAC 

NH2.3 Studio 08.30 p. 269 

Modelling and flood mapping in rural and urban 
areas 

NH2.4 Studio 10.30 p. 269 

Seismic hazard evaluation in high seismicity areas 
by observing precursory phenomena 
NH3.2 R6 08.30 p. 272 


WEDNESDAY, 22 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS 


EGS Evolution ofthe African-Eurasian plate boundary SE 

EGS 1.2 Athena 14.00 p. 63 

Evolution ofthe African-Eurasian plate boundary 
- Posters 

EGS 1.2 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 64 


SE 


Geodynamics of the lithosphere: 
models of active tectonics 
SE5 R3 14.00 

Geodynamics of the lithosphere: 
models of active tectonics - Posters 
SE5 RHODES-SE 17.00 


images and 

p. 70 
images and 

p. 70 


Modern rifts: plumes, kinematic conditions and 

lithospheric inhomogeneities 

SE14 R9 14.00 _ p. 77 

Modern rifts: plumes, kinematic conditions and 

lithospheric inhomogeneities - Posters 

SE14 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 78 

Crustal melting in nature and experiment 

SE32 R2 14.00 p. 94 

Sediment magnetic records of climatic cycles and 

events 

SE34.4 R4 14.00 p. 99 


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SE Sediment magnetic records of climatic cycles and 
events - Posters 

SE34.4 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 100 

Potential fields in geodesy, geophysics and geology 

SE36 Gallieni 5 14.00 p. 106 

Open session on physical properties of geomater- 

|a|c . 

SE39.1 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 107 

Pore pressure as a geomechanical and geophysical 
parameter 

SE39.4 Rll 14.00 p. 110 

Physical properties of mudrocks - Posters 
SE39.6 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 112 

Open session on marine geophysics - Posters 
SE46 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 114 

Processes of crustal accretion at mid-ocea¬ 
nic-ridges 

SE47.3 RIO 14.00 p. 117 

Recent marine geological and geophysical Invest!- ST 
gation in the Mediterranean and Black Sea 
SE50 R1 14.00 p. 119 

Recent marine geological and geophysical investi¬ 
gation in the Mediterranean and Black l^a - 
Post6rs 

SE50 RHODES-SE 17.30 p. 119 

G Environmental effects on gravity and intercompa¬ 
risons with other techniques 
G1 R7 14.00 p. 122 

Recent crustal movements of coastal regions: new 
geodetic, geologic and geophysical results 
G2 R8 14.00 p. 123 

Integrated studies of sea-level fluctuations and 
crustal movements in the Mediterranean and 
adjacent regions 

G8 R5 14.00 p. 129 

HS Hydrology and the Earth’s crust - Posters 

HSAl AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 139 

Characterization and modeliing of the 2-D and 
3-D structure of porous and fractured formations PS 
HSAl.l Gallieni 3 14.00 p. 139 

Hydrology and landforms and fluvial systems - 
Posters 

HSA2 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 143 

Open session on hydrology and climate 
HSA3 Gallieni 2 14.00 p. 144 

Open session on hydrology and climate - Posters 
HSA3 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 144 

Open session on hydrology and weather - Posters 
HSA4 ^ AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 145 

Open session on hydrology and living communi¬ 
ties 

HSA7 Gallieni 2 15.30 p. 148 

Influence of landuse and moisture feedback on 
continental rainfall 

HSB1.4 Mykonos 14.00 p. 155 

The French National Programme in Hydrology 
HSCl.l Hermes 14.00 p. 157 

The French National Programme in Hydrology - 
Posters 

HSCl.l AGORA2-HS 17.30 p. 158 

OA The thermohaline circulation 

OAl Calliope 14.00 p. 161 

The thermohaline circulation - Posters 
OAl LES MUSES 17.00 p. 162 

Surface fluxes in non-homogeneous terrain 
OAlO.l Thalie 14.00 p. 175 


Cyclogenesis and fronts: FASTEN I 
OA13 Clio 14.00 p. 179 

Major systematic errors in global coupled models 
OA14.2 Erato 14.00 p. 183 

Sensitivity of radiative pertubations in global 
coupled models 

OA14.3 Erato 15.15 p. 183 

Climate variability: models and observations - 
Posters 

OA17 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 188 

Climate variabUity: time scale interactions I 
OA17.3 Euterpe 14.00 p. 190 

Operational oceanography: existing systems, 
developments and future potential 
OA23 Uranie 14.00 p. 200 

Operational oceanography: existing systems, 
developments and future potential - Posters 
OA23 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 201 

Nonlinear processes in the ionosphere and magne¬ 
tosphere 

ST7 ^ M8 _ 14.00 p. 216 

Nonlinear processes in the ionosphere and magne¬ 
tosphere - Posters 

ST7 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 216 

New results on the dynamics of the Earth’s 
magnetosphere from the InterbaU multi-space- 
craft missions - Posters 

STll AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 221 

Multi-wavelength observations of solar atmo¬ 
spheric structure, evolution and eruptions I 
ST13.2 M5 14.00 p. 224 

Multi-wavelength observations of solar atmo¬ 
spheric structure, evolution and eruptions I - 
Posters 

ST13.2 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 224 

Modelling and validation with satellite data I 
ST15.1 M7 14.00 p. 225 

Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange I 
ST16 M6 14.00 p. 231 

Planetary interiors I 

PSl M4 14.00 p. 236 

Planetary interiors - Posters 
PSl AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 236 

Atmospheres of terrestrial planets, outer planets 
and moons - Posters 

PS3 AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 239 

Planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres I 
PS4 Ml 14.00 p. 240 

Laboratory studies and observations on dust, ices 
and organics in the solar system I 
PS7 M9 14.00 p. 243 

Laboratory studies and observations on dust, ices 
and organics in the solar system - Posters 
PS7 AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 244 

Planet formation and extra-solar planets - Posters 
PS 12 AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 249 

Mars Pathfinder Mission: Update II 
PS13 Iris 14.00 p. 251 

NP Quantifying predictability - Posters 

NP2.1 ^ AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 255 

Execution and analysis of geophysical laboratory 
experiments - Posters 

NP2.2 AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 256 

Nonlinear time series analysis 

NP2.3 M2 14.00 p. 257 

Nonlinear time series analysis - Posters 

NP2.3 AGORA3-NP 17.30 p. 257 


WEDNESDAY, 22 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS CONT. 


OA 


57 



WEDNESDAY, 22 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS CONT. 


NP Turbulence and mixing in geophysical flows, 
effects of stratification and rotation, convection, 
e^ect of coherent structures, Lagrangian chaos 
NP3.2 M3 14.00 p. 258 

Turbulence and mixing in geophysical flows, 
effects of stratification and rotation, convection, 
effect of coherent structures, Lagrangian chaos - 


Posters 


NP3.2 AGORA3-NP 

17.00 

p. 259 

NH Sea surges and storms - Posters 


NHl.l RHODES-NH 

17.00 

p. 267 

Tsunamis - Posters 



NH1.3 RHODES-NH 

17.00 

p. 268 


Prediction of hazardous events of meteorological 
origin - Posters 

NH2.2 RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 269 


THURSDAY, 23 APRIL 


EGS Seismicity and seismotectonics of the Mediterra¬ 
nean region 

EGS 1.3 Athena 08.30 p. 64 

SE Seismology and physics of the Earth’s core and 
mantle 

SE3 R2 08.30 p. 69 

From the Arctic to the Mediterranean: salt, shale 
and igneous diapirs in and around Europe 
SE12 R3 11.00 p. 76 

3-D crustal imaging of France 
SE16 RIO 08.30 p. 79 

Aspects of the Carpathian-East Alpine-Pannonian 
geodynamics: the PANCARDI approach 
SE20 R1 09.00 p. 84 

Seismic anisotropy, scattering and attenuation 
SE23 Hermes 08.30 p. 87 

High-resolution seismics: theory, methods and 
applications 

SE25 R3 08.45 _ p. 90 

Palaeomagnetism and tectonic evolution of the 
Mediterranean area 

SE34.6 R4 08.30 p. 101 

Imaging, analysing and modelling pore structure 
in geomaterials 

SE39.2 Rll 09.00 p. 108 

Can electromagnetic images constrain geophysical 
interpretation of tectonically active environments? 
SE44 R9 08.30 p. 114 

G Ocean modelling from altimetry and remote 
sensing I 

G5 R7 08.45 p. 124 

High resolution monitoring of land and ice sur¬ 
face with altimetry and SAR interferometry 
G6 R5 09.00 p. 126 

HS Coastal aquifer dynamics and groundwater 
recharge 

HSA1.4 Gallieni 3 09.00 p. 142 

New developments in in-situ treatment of subsur¬ 
face contaminations 

HSA8.2 Gallieni2 11.00 p. 150 

Water scarcity 

HSB2.1 Gallieni5 11.00 p. 155 

Groundwater systems and management 
HSB2.3 Gallieni 2 09.00 p. 156 


NH Flood hazards and flood risk: regional analysis of 
extremes - Posters 

NH2.3 RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 269 

Modelling and flood mapping in rural and urban 
areas 

NH2.4 Studio 14.00 p. 270 

Modelling and flood mapping in rural and urban 
areas - Posters 

NH2.4 RHODES-NH 17.30 p. 270 

Shallow landslides and rainfall triggering - Post- 
crs 

NH2.5 RHODES-NH 17.30 _ p. 270 

Seismic hazard evaluation in high seismicity areas 
by observing precursory phenomena 
NH3.2 R6 14.00 p. 272 


MORNING SESSIONS 


HS Dryland degradation in the Mediterranean: 
threat, processes and mitigation 
HSC1.2 Mykonos 09.00 p. 158 

OA Processes in regions of oceanic time series stations 
OA2 Calliope 08.30 p. 163 

Circulation variability at mesoscale I 
OA4 Uranie 08.30 p .165 

Long term measurements of surface fluxes 
OA10.2 Thalie 09.00 p. 176 

Cyclogenesis and fronts: FASTEX II 
OA13 Clio 08.30 p. 180 

Modelling of cloud systems 
OA15.2 Thalie 11.00 p. 185 

Climate variability: time scale interactions II 
OA17.3 Euterpe 08.45 p. 191 

Marine data management: assimilation, hindcast¬ 
ing and nowcasting 

OA24 Erato 08.30 p. 201 

Marine tropospheric chemistry 

OA27 Gallieni 5 08.30 p. 204 

ST Theory and simulations of solar system plasmas 
I 

ST12 M8 09.00 p. 222 

Multi-wavelength observations of solar atmo¬ 
spheric structure, evolution and eruptions II 
ST13.2 M5 09.00 p. 225 

Modelling and validation with satellite data H 
ST15.1 M7 08.30 p. 226 

Polar ozone 

ST15.2 M7 11.30 p. 227 

Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange II 

ST16 M6 08.30 p. 231 

PS Planetary Interiors II 

PSl M4 09.00 p. 236 

Planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres II 
PS4 Ml 09.00 p. 240 

Laboratory studies and observations on dust, ices 
and organics in the solar system II 
PS7 M9 08.45 p. 244 

NP Quantifying predictability 

NP2.1 M2 08.30 p. 255 

Biological processes and mixing in the ocean 

NP3.4 M3 08.30 p. 260 


58 




THURSDAY, 23 APRIL - MORP^G SESSIONS CONT. 


NP Nonlinear waves, instabilities and waveflow NH 
interactions 

NP4.1 Iris 08.30 p.263 

NH Macroseismics: present state of intensityassessm- 
ent procedures and future perspectives 
NH3.3 R6 09.00 p. 274 


Landslide hazards in seismically active regions 
NH3.5 R6 11.00 p. 275 

Geomorphological hazards: extent, evaluation and 
mapping techniques 

NH5 Studio 09.00 p. 278 

STA STAAARTE Workshop 

STAARTE R8 09.00 p. 280 


THURSDAY, 23 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS 


EGS Seismicity and seismotectonics of the Mediterra¬ 
nean region - Posters 

EGS 1.3 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 65 

Space techniques for acquisition of aerono- 
mic-ionospheric data in the lower thermosphere 
EGS4 R2 14.00 p. 67 

SE Dynamics, mineral physics and tomographic 
imaging of the Earth’s mantle - Posters 
SE2 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 68 

Sedimentary basin modelling and integration of 
geophysical and sedimentary geology data - 
Posters 

SE8 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 72 

From the Arctic to the Mediterranean: salt, shale 
and igneous diapirs in and around Europe 
SE12 R3 14.00 p. 76 

From the Arctic to the Mediterranean: salt, shale 
and igneous diapirs in and around Europe - 
Posters 

SE12 RHODES-SE 17.30 p. 76 

Intraplate earthquakes, stresses and large scale 
tectonic structure - Posters 
SE13 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 76 

3-D crustal imaging of France 
SE16 RIO 14.00 p. 79 

3-D crustal imaging of France - Posters 
SE16 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 80 

Geodynamics of collision belts: stacking and 
exhumation processes - Posters 
SE17.1 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 80 

Aspects of the Carpathian-East AlpinePannonian 
geodynamics: the PANCARDI approach - Posters 
SE20 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 85 

Open session on seismology - Posters 
SE21 _ _ RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 86 

Seismic anisotropy, scattering and attenuation 
SE23 Hermes 14.00 p. 88 

Seismic anisotropy, scattering and attenuation - 
Posters 

SE23 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 88 

High-resolution seismics: theory, methods and 
applications - Posters 

SE25 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 90 

Mechanics of tectonic and volcanic earthquakes 
SE27 R9 14.00 p. 91 

Mechanics of tectonic and volcanic earthquakes - 
Posters 

SE27 RHODES-SE 17.30 p. 91 

Pre-eruptive processes 

SE33 Athena 14.00 p. 94 

Pre-eruptive processes - Posters 
SE33 RHODES-SE 17.30 p. 94 

Past and present geomagnetic field - Posters 
SE34.2 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 97 


SE New challenges in environmental research: mag¬ 
neto-monitoring of anthropic influence to ecosys¬ 
tems 

SE34.5 R4 14.00 p. 101 

New chaUenges in environmental research: mag¬ 
neto-monitoring of anthropic influence to ecosys¬ 
tems - Posters 

SE34.5 RHODES-SE 17.30 p. 101 
Palaeomagnetism and tectonic evolution of the 
Mediterranean area - Posters 
SE34.6 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 102 

Regional magnetic surveys: data, models and 
charts - Posters 

SE37 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 106 

Long term global geophysical data products from 
remote sensing 

SE38 R1 14.00 p. 107 

Imaging, analysing and modeUing pore structure 
in geomaterials 

SE39._2 Rll 14.00 p. 108 

Imaging, analysing and modelling pore structure 
in geomaterials - Posters 
SE39.2 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 109 

The effect of rock micro-structure and fluids on 
rock physical properties - Posters 
SE39.3 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 109 

Advances in the physical interpretation of electro¬ 
magnetic soundings - Posters 
SE43 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 113 

Can electromagnetic images constrain geophysical 
interpretation of tectonically active environments? 
- Posters 

SE44 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 114 

Gas hydrates in nature: results from geophysical 
and geochemical studies - Posters 
SE48 RHODES-SE _ 17.00 p. 117 

Structures and processes in sedimentary fans - 
Posters 

SE51 RHODES-SE 17.00 p. 120 

G Precise satellite orbits for geophysical applications 
• Pocter^ 

G4 AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 123 

Ocean modelling from altimetry and remote 
sensing I 

G5 R7 14.00 p. 125 

Ocean modelling from altimetry and remote 
sensing - Posters 

G5 _AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 125 

High resolution monitoring of land and ice sur¬ 
face with altimetry and SAR interferometry - 
Posters 

G6 AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 127 

Atmospheric sounding with GPS - Posters 

G9 AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 130 


59 



THURSDAY, 23 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS CONT. 


G Satellite and airborne gravimetric and altimetric 
techniques - Posters 

GIO AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 130 

Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core on 
nutation, polar motion and length of day - Post- 
6rs 

G12 AGORA2-G 17.00 p. 131 

Models, measurements and analysis of Earth 
rotation 

G12.4 R5 14.00 p. 133 

HS Hydrology and chemical processes - restoration of 
aquifers: natural and artificial attenuation - 
Posters 

HSA8 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 149 

Natural attenuation and intrinsic bioremediation: 
field studies I 

HSA8.1 Gallieni 2 14.00 p. 149 

Process representation in hydrological models - 
can it be achieved? I 

HSA9.1 Gallieni 3 14.00 p. 152 

Hydrology and applied mathematics - Posters 
HSA9.1 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 152 

Water resources research - Posters 
HSBl AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 153 

Water resources engineering and management - 
Posters 

HSB2 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 156 

Sustainable development of watersheds and river 
processes 

HSB2.2 Gallieni 5 14.00 p. 156 

Dryland degradation in the Mediterranean: 
threat, processes and mitigation - Posters 
HSC1.2 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 159 

Fire: impact on hydrology, sediment yield and 
ecosystems of Mediterranean lands 
HSC1.3 Mykonos 14.00 p. 159 

Sources and transfer of water and sediment in 
Mediterranean river basins - Posters 
HSC1.4 AGORA2-HS 17.00 p. 160 

OA Processes in regions of oceanic time series stations 
- Posters • 

OA2 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 163 

The North Atlantic Oscillation: decadal variabili¬ 
ty in ocean and atmosphere I 
OA3 Calliope 14.00 p. 164 

The North Atlantic Oscillation: decadal variabOi- 
ty in ocean and atmosphere - Posters 
OA3 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 164 

Circulation variability at mesoscale I 
OA4 Uranie 14.00 p. 166 

Circulation variability at mesoscale - Posters 
OA4 LES MUSES 17.30 _ p. 166 

Antarctic ocean circulation: observations and 
models - Posters 

OA7 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 171 

Basic turbulence studies - Posters 
OA9 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 173 

Fluxes over terrestrial surfaces - Posters 
OAIO LES MUSES 17.00 p. 175 

Long term measurements of surface fluxes 
OA10.2 Erato 14.00 p. 176 

Cyclogenesis and fronts: FASTEX - Posters 
OA13 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 180 

Intercomparison and validation of the ocean-at¬ 
mosphere flux fields - Posters 
OA14.1 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 182 


OA Sensitivity of radiative pertubations in global 
coupled models - Posters 
OA14.3 LES MUSES 17.30 p. 183 

Clouds and their impact on radiation and photo¬ 
chemical processes - Posters 
OA15 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 184 

Radiative transfer and budget 
OA15.3 Thalie 14.00 p. 185 

Natural climate variability on the basis of past 
observations I 

OA17.2 Euterpe 14.00 p. 189 

Heterogeneous and homogeneous chemistry of 
reactive halogen compounds in the lower tropo¬ 
sphere I 

OA18 Clio 14.00 ^ p. 193 

Heterogeneous and homogeneous chemistry of 
reactive halogen compounds in the lower tropo¬ 
sphere - Posters 

OA18 LES MUSES 17.00 ^ p. 194 

Biogeochemical processes in submarine hydro- 
thermal systems along the Hellenic Volcanic 
Island Arc - Posters 

OA22 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 199 

Marine data management: assimilation, hindcas¬ 
ting and nowcasting - Posters 
OA24 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 202 

Will the probabilistic approach be the future for 
numerical weather pre&ctions? 

OA26 M2 14.00 p. 203 

Will the probabilistic approach be the future for 
numerical weather predictions? - Posters 
OA26 LES MUSES 17.30 p. 204 

Marine tropospheric chemistry - Posters 
OA27 LES MUSES 17.00 p. 205 

ST Open session on the ionosphere and thermosphere 
- Posters 

ST3 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 209 

Open session on the magnetosphere I 
ST4 M5 14.00 p. 211 

Open session on the magnetosphere - Posters 
ST4 AGORA3-ST 17.30^ p. 211 

Ionospheric modelling and predictions I 
STIO M6 14.p0_ p. 219 

Ionospheric modelling and predictions - Posters 
STIO AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 219 

Theory and simulations of solar system plasmas 
I 


ST12 

M8 

14.00 

p. 222 

Theory and simulations of solar system plasmas - 

Posters 

ST12 

AGORA3-ST 

17.00 

p. 222 

Modelling and validation 

with satellite 

data - 

Posters 

ST15.1 

Polar ozone 

AGORA3-ST 

17.00 

p. 227 

ST15.2 

M7 

14.00 

p. 227 

Polar ozone 

- Posters 


ST15.2 

AGORA3-ST 

17.00 

p. 228 


Changes in UV-B radiation - Posters 
ST15.3 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 228 

Tropospheric ozone with emphasis on the Medi¬ 
terranean region - Posters 
ST15.4 AGORA3-ST 17.00 p. 229 

Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange II 
ST16 M3 14.00 p. 232 

PS Planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres II 

PS4 Ml 14.00 p. 240 


60 



THURSDAY, 23 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS CONT: 


Planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres - NP Fluctuations, self-organization and natural haz- 
Posters ards - Posters 


PS4 AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 241 

Small bodies of the solar system I 
PS5 M4 14.00 p. 241 

Small bodies of the solar system - Posters 
PS5 AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 241 

Lunar exploration I 

PS9 M9 14.00 p. 245 

Lunar exploration - Posters 

PS9 AGORA3-PS 17.00 p. 245 

Biological processes and mixing in the ocean - 
Posters 

NP3.4 AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 260 

Transport and mixing of chemical species in the 
atmosphere, including urban and regional prob¬ 
lems in the troposphere and global-scale problems 
in the troposphere and stratosphere 
NP3.5 M3 14.00 p. 261 

Transport and mixing of chemicai species in the 
atmosphere, inciuding urban and regional prob¬ 
lems in the troposphere and global-scale problems 
in the troposphere and stratosphere - Posters 
NP3.5 AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 261 

Nonlinear waves, instabilities and waveflow 
interactions 

NP4.1 Iris 14.00 p. 263 

Nonlinear waves, instabilities and waveflow 
interactions - Posters 

NP4.1 AGORA3-NP 17.30 p. 264 


NP4.2 AGORA3-NP 17.30 p. 264 

Vortex dynamics - Posters 

NP5 AGORA3-NP 17.00 p. 266 

NH Shallow landslides and rainfall triggering 

NH2.5 Studio 14.00 p. 270 

Seismic hazard evaluation in high seismicity areas 
by observing precursory phenomena - Posters 
NH3.2 ^ RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 273 

Macroseismics: present state of intensity- assess¬ 
ment procedures and future perspectives - Posters 
NH3.3 RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 274 

Landslide hazards in seismically active regions 
NH3.5 _ R6 _ 14.00 p. 275 

Landslide hazards in seismically active regions - 
Posters 

NH3.5 RHODES-NH 17.30 p. 276 

Seismic microzonation in urban areas - Posters 
NH3.7 _ RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 276 

Volcanic hazards: field studies, instrumentation 
and observation networks - Posters 
NH4 RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 277 

Geomorphological hazards: extent, evaluation and 
mapping techniques - Posters 
NH5 RHODES-NH 17.00 p. 279 

STA STAAARTE Workshop 

STAARTE R8 14.10 p. 280 


FRIDAY, 24 APRIL - MORNING SESSIONS 


Dynamics, mineral physics and tomographic G 
imaging of the Earth’s mantle 
SE2 RIO 11.00 p. 68 

Sedimentary basin modelling and integration of 
geophysical and sedimentary geology data 
SE8 Hermes 08.30 p. 73 

Geodynamics of collision belts: stacking and 
exhumation processes 

SE17.1 R3 09.00 p. 80 

Continentai roots: their petrology, geochemistry 
and geophysical features II 
SE29 RIO 08.45 p. 92 

Pre-eruptive processes 

SE33 Athena 08.30 p. 95 

Past and present geomagnetic field 
SE34.2 R4 08.45 p. 98 

Regional magnetic surveys: data, models and 

SE37 R2 08.30 p. 106 

The effect of rock micro-structure and fluids on 
rock physical properties 

SE39.3 Rll 09.00 p. 109 

Gas hydrates in nature: results from geophysical 
and geochemical studies 

SE48 R1 08.30 p. 118 

Precise satellite orbits for geophysical applications 
G4 R8 08.30 p. 124 

Ocean modelling from altimetry and remote 
sensing II 

G5 R7 09.00 p. 126 

Satellite and airborne gravimetric and altimetric 
techniques 
GIO R7 


Effects of the ocean 

G12.2 R5 11.00 p. 132 

Effects of the core 

G12.3 R5 08.30 p. 133 

Natural attenuation and intrinsic bioremediation: 
field studies II 

HSA8.1 Gallieni 2 08.30 p. 150 

Redox processes in aquifers 
HSA8.3 Gallieni 2 11.00 p. 151 

Process representation in hydrological models - 
can it be achieved? II 

HSA9.1 Gallieni 3 08.30 p. 152 

Remote sensing and GIS in hydrology 
HSB1.3 Gallieni 5 08.30 p. 154 

Sources and transfer of water and sediment in 
Mediterranean river basins 
HSC1.4 Mykonos 09.00 p. 160 

The North Atlantic Oscillation: decadal variabUi- 

ty in ocean and atmosphere 11 

OA3 Calliope 08.30 p. 165 

Circulation variability at mesoscale II 

OA4 Uranie 08.30 p. 167 

Antarctic ocean circulation: observations and 

models 

OA7 Uranie 11.00 p. 171 

Basic turbulence studies 

OA9 Erato 08.30 p. 174 

Remote sensing of clouds and aerosols 
OA15.1 Thalie 10.00 p. 184 

Photo-chemical processes in clouds 
OA15.4 Thalie 08.30 p. 186 


11.00 


p. 130 



FRIDAY, 24 APRIL - MORNING SESSIONS GONT. 


OA Natural climate variability on the basis of past 
observations II 

OA17.2 Euterpe 09.00 ^ p. 190 

Heterogeneous and homogeneous chemistry of 
reactive halogen compounds in the lower tropo¬ 
sphere II 

OA18 Clio 08.30 p. 195 

ST Open session on the ionosphere and thermosphere 
STS M6 10.45 p. 210 

Open session on the magnetosphere n 
ST4 M5 09.00_ p. 212 

Ionospheric modeliing and predictions II 
STIO M6 08.30 p. 220 

Theory and simulations of solar system plasmas 
II 

ST12 M8 09.00 p. 223 

Tropospheric ozone with emphasis on the Medi¬ 
terranean region 

ST15.4 M7 08.45 p. 229 

Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange III 
ST16 M3 08.30 p. 232 

PS Small bodies of the solar system II 

PS5 M4 09.00 p. 242 


Lunar exploration H 
PS9 M9 


p. 245 


Scaling, multifractals and natural/man- made 
hazards 

NP1.4 M2 08.45 _ p. 255 

Transport and mixing of chemical species in the 
atmosphere, including urban and regional prob¬ 
lems in the troposphere and global-scale problems 
in the troposphere and stratosphere II 
NP3.5 M3 08.30 p. 262 

Fluctuations, self-organization and natural haz¬ 
ards 

NP4.2 Ml 08.45 p. 264 

Vortex dynamics 

NP5 Iris 08.30 p. 266 

Seismic microzonation in urban areas 

NH3.7 R6 08.30 p. 277 

Volcanic hazards: field studies, instrumentation 

and observation networks 

NH4 Studio 09.00 p. 278 


FRIDAY, 24 APRIL - AFTERNOON SESSIONS 


Dynamics, mineral physics and tomographic 

imaging of the Earth’s mantle 

SE2 RIO 14.00 _ p. 69 

Sedimentary basin modelling and integration of 

geophysical and sedimentary geology data 

SE8 Hermes 14.00 p. 74 

Pre-eruptive processes II 

SE33 Athena ^ 14.00 p. 95 

Past and present geomagnetic field 

SE34.2 R4 14.00 p. 98 

The effect of rock micro-structure and fluids on 

rock physical properties 

SE39.3 Rll 14.00 p. 110 

Structures and processes in sedimentary fans 
SE51 R1 14.00 p. 120 

Satellite and airborne gravimetric and altimetric 
techniques 

GIO R7 14.00 p. 130 

Effects of the atmosphere 

G12.1 R5 14.00 p. 132 

Redox processes in aquifers 

HSA8.3 Gallieni 2 14.00 p. 151 

Influence of environmental and antropogenic 

change on flood processes 

HSB1.2 Gallieni 5 14.00 p. 154 

The North Atlantic Oscillation: decadal variabili¬ 
ty in ocean and atmosphere H 
OA3 Calliope 14.00 p. 165 

Antarctic ocean circulation: observations and 
models 

OA7 Uranie 14.00 p. 171 

Basic turbulence studies 

OA9 Erato 14.00 p. 174 


Remote sensing of clouds and aerosols 
OA15.1 Thalie 14.00 _ p. 184 

Heterogeneous and homogeneous chemistry of 
reactive halogen compounds in the lower tropo¬ 
sphere II 

OA18 Clio 14.00 _ p. 195 

Biogeochemical processes in submarine hydro- 
thermal systems along the Hellenic Volcanic 

Tcl^nH At*!* 

OA22 Euterpe 14.00 p. 200 

Open session on the ionosphere and thermosphere 
ST3 M6 14.00 p. 211 

Open session on the magnetosphere II 
ST4 M5 14.00 p. 212 

Theory and simulations of solar system plasmas 
II 

ST12 M8 ^ 14.00 p. 223 

Solar imprints in terrestrial archives 
ST14 M4 14.00 p. 225 

Ozone as a climate gas 

ST15.5 M7 14.00 p. 230 


PS Lunar exploration II 
PS9 M9 


p. 246 


NP Scaling, multifractals and natural/man-made 
hazards 

NP1.4 M2 14.00 p. 255 

Vortex dynamics 

NP5 Iris 14.00 p. 266 

NH Volcanic hazards: field studies, instrumentation 
and observation networks 
NH4 Studio 14.00 p. 278 


62 



Society Symposia 


EGSl Tribute to Stephan Mueller 

.1 Tectonics, structure and dynamics 
of the Alpine-Mediterranean Sys¬ 
tem 

Convener: Ansorge, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Banda, E.; Kahle, H.-G. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ATHENA 
Chairperson; Kahle, H.-G. 

09:00 NOLET, G. 

Imaging the upper mantle under the Mediterranean- 
Alpine region: pushing the limits of seismic interpre¬ 
tation (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 CHANNELL, J.E.T.; MUTTONI, G. 

Paleomagnetism and paleogeography in the Mediter¬ 
ranean (Solicited Paper) 

10:00 UDIAS, A. 

Seismicity and stress regime in the Mediterranean 
region (Solicited Paper) 

10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Banda, E. 

11:00 HIRN, A. 

An approach to seismotectonics of the eastern Medi¬ 
terranean with marine seismic studies (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:30 KAHLE, H.-G. 

Present-day plate movements and strain accumula¬ 
tion in the eastern Mediterranean (Solicited Paper) 
12:00 SERRI, G. 

Neogene-Quaternary magmatic activity and its 
geodynamic implications in the central Mediterra¬ 
nean region (Solicited Paper) 

12:30 FERNANDEZ, M. 

Geothermal regime of the alpine Mediterranean 
region (Solicited Paper) 

13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Ansorge, J. 

14:00 CLOETINGH, S.; HORVATH, F. 

Tectonic modelling of sedimentary basin formation 
in the Alpine-Mediterranean: developments and pers¬ 
pectives (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 PRODEHL, C. 

Cenozoic rift structures in the surroundings of the 
Alpine-Mediterranean system (Solicited Paper) 

15:00 KISSLING, E. 

Deep structure and tectonics of the alpine collision 
zone (Solicited Paper) 

15:30 WORTEL, SPAKMAN, W. 

The evolution of the Alpine-Mediterranean region: 
from structure and kinematics to dynamics (Solicited 
Paper) 

16:00 FROIDEVAUX, C. 

Geodynamical modelling: global mantle dynamics 
and seismic tomography (Solicited Paper) 

16:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


EGSl Tribute to Stephan Mueller 

.2 Evolution of the African-Eurasian 
plate boundary 

Convener: Channel!, J.E.T. 

Co-Convener(s): Jacoby, W.R.; Zerbini, S. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ATHENA 
Chairpersons: Channell, J.E.; Horvath, F. 

09:00 STAMPFLI, G.M.; MOSAR, J. 

Plate tectonics of the western Tethyan regions (Soli¬ 
cited Paper) 

09:30 SPAKMAN, W.; BIJWAARD, H. 

Lithosphere and mantle structure below the AMcan 
and European plates 

09:45 HORVATH, F.; CLOETINGH, S. 

Backarc basin evolution at the African-European 
plate boundary: progress and problems 
10:00 BERTOTTI, G.; NEGREDO, A.; SABADINI, R. 
Lithospheric processes in the Provencal and 
Tyrrhenian oceans control the velocity of subduction 
in Calabria (southern Italy) 

10:15 ALVAREZ-MARRON, J.; COMAS, M.C.; 
CARBONELL, R. 

Structure of the Alboran Basin, tectonics at the 
Iberia-Africa plate boundary from neogene times 
10:30 LUCENTE, F.P.; SPERANZA, F. 

Belt bending as a consequence of lateral bending of 
subducting lithospheric slab; geophysical evidences 
from the northern Apennines (Italy) 

10:45 VAN DER MEULEN, M.J.; MEULENKAMP, J.E.; 
WORTEL, M.J.R.; KOUWENHOVEN, T.J.; VAN 
DEN BERG VAN SAPAROEA, A.P.H.; VAN DER 
ZWAAN, G.J. 

The surface effects of SLAB detachment: geological 
constraints from Apenninic foredeeps 
11:00 ARGNANI, A. 

Cenozoic Africa-Europe convergence in the central 
Mediterranean: kinematics and geological implica¬ 
tions 

11:15 REGENAUER-LIEB, K. 

Lithosphere dynamics and void - volatile interaction 
int he European Alpine collision (Solicited Paper) 
11:45 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairpersons; Jacoby, W.R.; Zerbini, S. 

14:00 COSCA, M. 

When was the EO-alpine phase of orogenesis? 
(Solicited Paper) 

14:30 CHEmLETZ, A.; RUFFET, G.; MARIGNAC, C.; 
KOLLI, O.; GASQUET, D.; FERAUD, G.; 
BOUILLIN, J.P. 

■"’Ar/^^Ar evidence of an Eo-Alpine event (128 Ma) 
in greater Kabylia (Algeria): geodynamic conse¬ 
quences 

14:45 FACCENNA, C.; SPERANZA, F.; FUNICIELLO, 
R. 

Does subduction initiate at passive margins? Experi¬ 
ments and geological records in the Mediterranean 
15:00 SPERNER, B.; ZWEIGEL, P.; MOSER, F.; 
GIRBACEA, R.; LORENZ, F.P. 

Plate-tectonics of the Carpathian Arc 


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15:15 LORENZ, F.P.; MARTIN, M.; SPERNER, B.; 
WENZEL, F.; POPA, M. 

Teleseismic imaging of the Vrancea zone, Romania 
15:30 MANTOVANI, E.; ALBARELLO, D.; 

TAMBURELLI, C.; BABBUCCI, D; VITI, M. 
Mediterranean evolution: a simple interpretation 
based on the minimum work condition (Solicited 
Paper) 

16:00 MARTON, E.; DROBNE, K.; COSOVIC, V. 

Tertiary counterclockwise rotation of Adria as 
evidenced by new paleomagnetic data from Istria 
and NW Dinarids 
16:15 KOZUR, H.W. 

The position of the African-Eurasian plate boundary 
during the Permian to Jurassic (Solicited Paper) 
16:45 END OF SUB-SESSION 


EGSl Tribute to Stephan Mueller 

.2 Evolution of the African-Eurasian 
plate boundary - Poster Session 

Convener: Channel!, J.E.T. 

Co-Convener(s): Jacoby, W.R.; Zerbini, S. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SEOOl ALFONSI, L.; DI BELLA, L.; FLORINDO, F.; 
FREPOLI, A.; MARIUCCI, M.T.; MARRA, F.; 
MONTONE, P.; SAGNOTTI, L.; WINKLER, 
A. 

Pliocene to present stress-field evolution of the 
central Apennines Adriatic margin (Italy): an 
integrated geophysical approach 
SE002 CIANETTI, S.; GIUNCHI, C.; GASPERINI, P.; 
BOCCALETTI, M. 

The active tectonics of the Aegean region: in¬ 
sights from numerical models 
SE003 MEIJER, P.TH.; WORTEL, M.J.R. 

Model analysis of the evolution of intra-plate 
stress in the central Mediterranean 
SE004 MANTOVANI, E.; VITI, M.; ALBARELLO, D.; 

TAMBURELLI, C.; BABBUCCI, D. 

Numerical simulation of the recent/present kine¬ 
matic pattern in the central-eastern Mediterranean 
area 

SE004A CARMINATI, E.; WORTEL, M.J.R.; MEIJER, 
P.TH.; SPAKMAN, W.; VAN DER MEULEN, 
M.J.; SABADINI, R. 

The role of the Africa-Eurasia plate boundary in 
the two stage opening of the western and central 
Mediterranean basins * 

SE005 ANDEWEG, B.; DE VICENTE, G.; 

CLOETINGH, S.; MUNOZ MARTIN, A. 
Modelling of tertiary to present day stress fields 
in the Iberian Peninsula and related intraplate 
deformation 

SE006 BUITER, S.J.H.; GOVERS, R.; WORTEL, 
M.J.R. 

Numerical simualtions of the surface effects of 
slab detachment: the Apennines 
SE007 NEGREDO, A.M.; SABADINI, R.; BIANCO, 
G.; FERNANDEZ, M. 

Dynamic modelling of crustal motions and 
sea-level changes related to subduction and 
convergence in the central Mediterranean 


SE008 BEN-AVRAHAM, Z.; WDOWINSKI, S.; 
ARVIDSON, R.; EKSTROM, G. 

Segmentation and seismicity of the Cyprean Arc 
SE009 LIVSHITS, YU.YA. 

The tectonie position and structure of Sinai 
subplate, eastern Mediterranean 
SEOlO KHAIN, V.E. 

Wilson’s and Bertrand’s cycles in the evolution 
of the Mediterranean and Ural-Okhotsk intercon¬ 
tinental mobile belt 

SEOl 1 BARIS, S.; PINAR, A.; KOMUT, T.; ISIKARA, 
A.M. 

Source process and seismotectonic implications 
of the 13.10.1997 (Ms=6.6) and 18.11.1997 
(Ms=6.4) southern Greece earthquakes * 


EGSl Tribute to Stephan Mueller 

.3 Seismicity and seismotectonics of 
the Mediterranean region 

Convener: Garcia-Femandez, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Mayer-Rosa, D.; Panza, G.F. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ATHENA 
Chairperson: Stucchi, M. 

08:30 SUHADOLC, P. 

Seismicity, active tectonic and GIS: understanding 
seismic hazard (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 GIARDINI, D.; GRUENTHAL, G.; AND THE 
WORKING GROUPS OF PROJECTS CAUCAS, 
IBERO-MAGHREB, SESAME, ADRIA, RELEMR, 
BEECD.QSEZ-CIPAR 

Regional seismic hazard assessment in the European- 
Mediterranean: a GSHAP review 
09:15 BAER, M. 

Monitoring the regional and global seismicity by 
national/regional data centres 
09:30 VACCARI, F.; AOUDIA, A.; BUS, Z.; 

MARKUSIC, S.; OROZOVA, L; RADULAIAN, M.; 
SIVCIC, M.; PANZA, G.F. 

Quantitative seismic zoning in the Mediterranean 
area 

09:45 SAMARDJIEVA, E.; BADAL, J.; PAYO, G. 

A new catalogue of digitized historical seismograms 
for Iberian earthquakes 

10:00 SOURIAU, A.; PAUCHET, H.; SYLVANDER, M. 
A new, accurate map of the Pyrenean seismicity and 
its tectonic implications 

10:15 PAUCHET, H.; RIGO, A.; RIVERA, L.; 
SOURIAU, A. 

A detailed analysis of the February 1996 aftershock 
sequence in eastern Pyrenees, France 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Erdik, M. 

11:00 EVA, E.; SOLARINO, S.; SPALLAROSSA, D.; 
EVA, C. 

Seismicity and seismotectonic of the western Ligu¬ 
rian Sea: a review 
11:15 MARRA, E. 

Low-magnitude earthquakes of Rome: structural 
interpretation and possible seismotectonic implica¬ 
tions 


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11:30 ALBINI, P.; REBEZ, A.; STUCCHI, M. 

Long-term seismicity patterns around Adriatic region 
11:45 HOFSTETTER, R. 

Seismicity and seismotectonics of the eastern Medi¬ 
terranean (Solicited Paper) * 

12:15 PAPOULIA, J. 

Reliability of seismic hazard assessment in terms of 
observed macroseismic intensities in Greece 
12:30 KULOSHVILI, S. 

The main features of active tectonics and seismo¬ 
tectonics of the Caucasus 
12:45 SLEJKO, D.; PERUZZA, L.; REBEZ, A. 

Different aspects and considerations on seismic 
hazard in the Adriatic region 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


EGSl Tribute to Stephan Mueller 

.3 Seismicity and seismotectonics of 
the Mediterranean region 

Convener; Garcia-Fernandez, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Mayer-Rosa, D.; Panza, G.F. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance; Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Badal, J. 

SE103 PONDRELLI, S.; MOI^LLI, A.; EKSTROM, 
G. 

Moment tensors and seismotectonics of the 
Mediterranean region 

SE104 MANTOVANI, E.; ALBARELLO, D.; 
BABBUCCI, D.; TAMBURELLI, C. 
Recent/present tectonic processes in the Italian 
region and their relation with seismic and volca¬ 
nic activity 

SE105 PERUZZA, L.; STUCCHI, M.; CAMASSI, R. 

Lessons from the past; seismogenesis and hazard 
in central Italy 

SE106 Vm, M.; ALBARELLO, D.; MANTOVANI, E. 

Seismic strain rate estimates in the central- 
eastern Mediterranean region: a reliability analy¬ 
sis 

SE107 MICHELINI, A.; ZIVCIC, M.; SUHADOLC, P. 

Simultaneous inversion for velocity structure and 
hypocenters in Slovenia 

SE108 ERDIK, M.; BIRGOREN, G.; APAYDYN, N.; 
ALPAY, Y. 

Assessment of the seismic hazard in Cyprus 
SE109 HOFSTETTER, R.; SHAPIRA, A. 

Determination of earthquake energy release in 
the eastern Mediterranean region 

EGS2 Geophysical and geological signatures 
of past and present climate change 

Convener: Premoli-Silva, I. 

Co-Convener(s): Herbert, T.D.; Maley, J. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R1 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:45 KOSTYANEV, S.G.; BALTAKOV, G.K. 

Reconstruction of the paleoclimate of north Bulgaria 
during the Pleistocene and Holocene 


09:00 


09:15 


09:30 

09:45 

10:00 


10:30 


BODRI, L.; CERMAK, V. 

Last millennium climate history inferred from 
borehole temperature profiles: regional patterns of 
climatic changes in the Czech Republic 
DELLA VEDOVA, B.; PELLIS, G.; REBESCO, 
M.; SCARAZZATO, P.; CORSELLI, C.; CAMER- 
LENGHI, A.; URANIA 19/97 CRUISE PARTY 
New oceanographic data and heat flow measure¬ 
ments in the sediment keep track of the actual 
climate change in the eastern Mediterranean 
MORNER, N.-A. 

Sea level changes in the near future 
KOHL, T. 



Subsurface temperature signals in mountain area 
PELTIER, W.R. 


Earth’s rotational response to the late-Pleistocene 
glacial cycle and to current global change (Solicited 
Paper) 

BREAK 


Chairperson: Hiibscher, C. 

11:00 RASPOPOV, O.M.; SHUMILOV, O.I.; 
KASATKINA, E.A.; PETROVA, G.N.; 
DERGACHEV, V.A.; CREER, K. 

Connection between the changes of geomagnetic 
field intensity and climate changes in the Holocene 
11:15 BEAUFORT, L.; LANCELOT, Y.; CAMBERLIN, 
P.; CAYRE, O.; VINCENT, E.; BASSINOT, F.; 
LABEYRIE, L. 

Primary production dynamics in the equatorial Indian 
Ocean: southern oscillation and/or monsoon origins 
11:30 SCHMITT, F.; SCHERTZER, D.; LOVEJOY, S. 

Multifractal analysis of ice core climate data 
11:45 HERBERT, T.D.: GEE, J.S. 

Can we use sedimentary records to deduce long-term 
changes in the Earth’s orbital eccentricity? 

12:00 KOSSLER, P.; ERBACHER, J.; APPEL, E. 

Rock magnetic signature of Milankovitch cyclicity 
recorded in mid-cretaceous hemipelagic sediments of 
the Vocontian basin (SE France) 

12:15 SERANNE, M.; NZE ABEIGNE, C.-R. 

Stratigraphic signature of tertiary climate change on 
west African margins 

12:30 STULC, P.; SAFANDA, J.; KRESL, M.; 
CERMAK, V.; SIR, M. 

Monitoring climate change in the Earth’s subsurface 
12:35 CORREIA, A.; SAFANDA, J. 

Comparison of geothermal ground surface tempera¬ 
ture history with instrumental air temperature series 
in mainland Portugal 

12:40 TARASOV, P.E.; DOROFEYUK, N.I. 

Holocene vegetation, lake level and climate change 
in Mongolia: a response to the insolation forcing 
12:45 MORNER, N.-.A. 

Neotectonics and global climate 
12:50 END OF SESSION 


Surveys in Geophysics 

the EGS journal for the publication of extended and 
refereed review articles in all disciplines concerning geo- 
and space sciences. Surveys in Geophysics is published by 
Kluwer Academic Publishers. 


65 


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EGS2 Geophysical and geological signatures 
of past and present climate change - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Premoli-Silva, I. 

Co-Convener(s): Herbert, T.D.; Maley, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE301 STULC, P.; SAFANDA, J.; KRESL, M.; 
CERMAK, V.; SIR, M. 

Monitoring climate change in the Earth’s subsur¬ 
face 

SE302 CORREIA, A.; SAFANDA, J. 

Comparison of geothermal ground surface tem¬ 
perature history with instrumental air temperature 
series in mainland Portugal 
SE303 TARASOV, P.E.; DOROFEYUK, N.I. 

Holocene vegetation, lake level and climate 
change in Mongolia: a response to the insolation 
forcing 

SE304 MORNER, N.-.A. 

Neotectonics and global climate 


EGS3 Modelling techniques and joint inver¬ 
sion in Earth sciences 

Convener: Gotze, H.-J. 

Co-Convener(s): Meurers, B.; Romanyuk, T.V.; Schmidt, 
S.; Strykowski, G. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R4 
Chairperson: Gotze, H.-J. 

Editors: Gotze, H.-J.; Meurers, B.; Romanyuk, T.V.; 
Schmidt, S.; Strykowski, G. 

09:00 GOTZE, H.-J. AND CONVENERS 
Introductional remarks 

09:15 BREUNING, M.; CREMERS, A.B.; GOTZE, H.-J.; 
EGS3- SCHMIDT, S.; SEIDEMANN, R.; SHUMILOV, S.; 
()(»i SIEHL, A. 

First steps towards an interoperable 3D GIS - an 
example from southern lower Saxony, Germany 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:45 SCHMIDT, S.; GOTZE, H.-J. 

EGS 3 - Integration of data constraints and potential field 
(xc modelling - an example from southern Lower Saxo¬ 
ny (Oral + Poster) 

10:00 KLESPER, C.; SCHMIDT, S.; GOTZE, H.-J. 

EGS3- IVIS-3D goes WWW: how to use offline rendering 
(x )3 capabilities for the 3D visualization in the World 
Wide Web 
10:15 BREAK 

Chairperson: Strykowski, G. 

Editors: Gotze, H.-J.; Meurers, B.; Romanyuk, T.V.; 
Schmidt, S.; Strykowski, G. 

10:45 PELTIER, W.R. 

EGS3- The inverse problem for mantle viscosity: new 
(KM results based upon joint inversion of glacial isostatic 
adjustment data (Solicited Paper) 

11:15 LOEWENTHAL,D. 

EGS 3 - Mathematical physica enigma: bending Snell’s rays 
(X)s or straight trajectories 


11:30 MULLER, S.; LEGRAND, J.-F.; GARDA, P.; 

EGS3. MULLER, J.-D.; CANSI, Y.; CRUSEM, R. 

(K)6 Seismic events discrimination by a neuro-fuzzy 
merging of incomplete data 
11:45 STRYKOWSKI, G. 

EGS3 Some technical details concerning a new method of 

(x)7 joint gravimetric-seismic inversion 

12:00 KOBRUNOV, A.L; MOISEYENKOVA, S.V.; 

EGS3- KHOLODILOV, D.V. 

(X)8 To a technique of automated complex interpretation 
of geophysical data 

12:15 NIELSEN, L.; JACOBSEN, B.J.; BALLING, N. 
ECS 3 Joint gravimetric and wide-angle seismic inversion 
(xw for crustal modelling with applilcation to the central 
graben. North Sea 
12:30 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Meurers, B. 

Editors: Gotze, H.-J.; Meurers, B.; Romanyuk, T.V.; 
Schmidt, S.; Strykowski, G. 

14:00 SPAKMAN, W.; NYSET, M. 

EGS 3 - A novel method for the inversion of relative dis- 
010 placement data: joint estimation of continuous crustal 

deformation and fault slip 

14:15 JACOBSEN, B.H.; JENSEN, J.M.; MOLLER, I.; 
EGS3- EFFERSO, F. 

oil Multi-channel deconvolution in geophysics and 
helioseismology 

14:30 GAK, E.Z.; GRIDIN, V.I. 

EGS3- The modelling techniques for studying the properties 
012 of geophysical fields in singular areas 
14:45 STEPANOVA, LE. 

EGS3- Integral equation for a 3D potential inversion prob- 
013 lem 

15:00 STRAKHOV, V.N.; STEPANOVA, LE.; 

EGS3- STRAKHOV, A.V.; GRICHUK, L.V. 

014 The integral representation method at the solution of 
3D inverse problems in gravimetry and magneto- 
metry 

15:15 LEGOSTAEVA, O.V.; STAROSTENKO, V.L; 
EGS3- YEGOROVA, T.P. 

015 Automatized system of 3-D gravity modelling: the 
main principles and software 

15:30 BARRIO-ALVERS, L.; GOTZE, H.-J.; SCHECK, 

EGS3- M. 

016 Density structure of the northeast German basin: 3D 
modelling along the DEKORP NE-profile 
15:45 ROMANYUK, T.V.; GOTZE, H.-J. 

EGS3- A density model of Andean subduction zone 

017 

16:00 ARANEDA, M.; AVENDAQO, M.S.; SCHMIDT, 
EGS3- S.; GOETZE, H.J. 

018 Gravimetric modellings of the southern Andes 
(38:-42:S) 

16:15 BERCOVSKA, V. 

EGS 3 - Part of the new concert for oil formation in scientific 

010 informational models 

16:30 END OF SESSION 

17:00 Opening 

19:30 Reception 


Attend the Poster Session 


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EGS3 Modelling techniques and joint inver¬ 
sion in Earth sciences - Poster Session 

Convener: Gotze, H.-J. 

Co-Convener(s): Meurers, B.; Romanyuk, T.V.; Schmidt, 
S.; Strykowski, G. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 -19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

Chairperson: Schmidt, S. 

Editors: Merirers, B.; Romanyuk, T.V.; Schmidt, S.; 
Strykowski, G. 

SE305 SCHMIDT, S.; GOTZE, H.-J. 

EGS3-002 Integration of data constraints and potential field 
modelling - an example from southern Lower 
Saxony 

SE306 SPAKMAN, W.; BUWAARD, H. 

EGS3-020 Irregular cell parameterization of tomographic 

problems 

SE307 PISERCHIA, P.-F.; RODRIGUES, D.; 

EGS3.02i VIRIEUX, J.; GAFFET, S.; LAMBARE, G. 

Numerical modelling of T-wave propagation 

SE308 MONTELLI, R.; NOLET, G.; VIRIEUX, J. 

EGS3-022 Calculating the resolution and the covariance 
matrix without using singular value decomposi¬ 
tion 

SE309 KOBRUNOV, A.L; MOISEYENKOVA, S.V.; 

EGS3.023 KHOLODILOV, D.V. 

Construction of a detailed model of geological 
media based on solving a multiparametrical 
inverse problem 

SE310 BREUNING, M.; CREMERS, A.B.; GOTZE, 

EGS3-024 H.-J.; SCHMIDT, S.; SEIDEMANN, R.; 

SHUMILOV, S.; SIEHL, A. 

Generation of geological maps by an interopera¬ 
ble approach - an example from southern lower 
Saxony, Germany 

SE311 KLESPER, C.; SCHMIDT, S.; GOTZE, H.-J. 

EGS3-025 Concept and examples of interactive visualization 

with IVIS-3D 

SE312 BIELIK, M.; HRUSECKY, I.; KOHUT, I.; 

EGS3.026 KOSTECKY, P. 

Lithosphere structure of the sedimentary basins 
in the Carpatho-Pannonian region as inferred 
from interpretation of geophysical data 

SE313 MORDVINOVA, V.V.; KOSAREV, G.L. 

EGS3-027 Velocity structure of cmst and upper mantle 
beneath the Baikal rift and its surroundings 


EGS4 Space techniques for acquisition of 
aeronomic-ionospheric data in the 
lower thermosphere 

Convener: Laneve, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Herrero, F.A. 

Thursday, 23 Aprh 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 
Co-sponsored by: CRPSM 
Chairperson: N.N. 

Editors: Herrero, F.A.; Laneve, G. 

14:00 HERRERO, F.A. 

EOS4- In-situ measurements of the neutral and ionic com- 
001 ponents of the lower thermosphere: a review (Solicit¬ 

ed Paper) 

14:30 PFAFF, R.F. 

EGS4- Exploration of the lower ionosphere and thermo- 
002 sphere using in-situ measurements on low perigee 
satellites 

14:45 GREBOWSKY, J.M.; CURTIS, S.A. 

EGS4. Geospace electrod 3 mamics mission 

003 

15:00 CLEMMONS, J.H.; HERRERO, F.A.; PFAFF, R.F. 
EGS4. New instrumental techniques for in-situ measure- 
004 ments in the lower thermosphere/ionosphere 
15:15 HERRERO, F.A. 

EGS4- Measurements of the altitude distribution of the 
005 horizontal wind with "weather-vanes" on a tether 
satellite 

15:30 PFAFF, R.F. 

EGS4- Electric field measurements in the lower ionosphere 
006 (80-150 km) using sounding rocket probes 

15:45 AVAKYAN, S.V. 

EGS4- Some purposes and methods of the satellite 
007 measurments of the ignorospheric response on the 
solar flares 

16:00 CARROLL, J.A.; VAN DER HEIDE, E.J.; 

EGS4- KRUIJFF, M. 

008 Options for coordinated multi-point sensing in the 
lower thermosphere 
16:15 LANEVE, G. 

EGS4- Small satellites for studies in the lower thermosphere 

009 

16:30 ILLES-ALMAR, E.; ALMAR, L; BENCZE, P.; 
EGS4- LANEVE, G. 

010 Wave-like variations and sudden density decreases in 

the lower thermospehre as measured by the San 
marco V satellite 
16:45 KOREPANOV, V. 

EGS4- Electrodynamic tether system 
oil 

17:00 END OF SESSION 


1999 General Assembly 
Den Haag, 19 - 23 April 

Attend the open EGS Section/IWG Meetings on Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, and 
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SE2 Dynamics, mineral physics and tomo' 
graphic imaging of the Earth’s mantle ■ 
Poster Session 


Solid Earth Geophysics 


SEl Open session on tectonophysics 

Convener: Sabadini, R. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:30 DUMA, G. 

Stress variations in seismic zones are clearly reflect¬ 
ed in long term and diurnal geomagnetic variations 
08:45 GONCHAROV, M.A. 

Ridges and depressions: transversal ones in spread¬ 
ing zones and longitudinal ones in collision zones, as 
a result of two-stage convection 
09:00 GABRIEL, G.; JAHR, T. 

The Harz Mountains, Germany: the result of 
wrench-fault tectonics? 

09:15 POLIAKOV, A.N.B.; BUCH, W.R. 

Faulting in mid-ocean ridges: formation of abyssal 
hills 

09:30 HASSANZADEH, J.; ESMAEELI FARD, S. 

Geothermal gradient variations in Iran and their 
geotectonic implications 
09:45 MOAKHAR, M.O.; ELMING, S.-A. 

Uplift deduced from a palaeomagnetic study of 
neoproterozoic study of dykes in central of Sweden 
10:00 FERAUD, G.; AGUIRRE, L.; MORATA, D.; 
VERGARA, M.; PUGA, E.; FEDERICO, A.D. 
Precise time constraints on the evolution of an 
extensional basin from the coastal range of central 
Chile 

10:15 GOLITSYN, G.S. 

Three simple derivations of Gutenberg-Richter law 
10:30 END OF SESSION 


SEl Open session on tectonophysics - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Sabadini, R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE133 GEMMER, L.; BOM NIELSEN, S.; 
LYKKE-ANDERSEN, H. 

Trends in deformation patterns in the Danish and 
surrounding areas investigated by 3D finite 
element modelling 

SE134 PASQUALE, V.; VERDOYA, M.; CHIOZZI, P. 

Deep seismic sources and critical temperature 
SEl35 GONCHAROV, M.A.; TALITSKY, V.G. 

Transform faults at mid-oceanic-ridges as a result 
of diffused heterogeneous extension of medium 
with transversal convection structure 
SE136 FROLOVA, N.S.; GEPTNER, T.M.; 
GONCHAROV, M.A. 

Horizontal compression of a layered sequence: 
folding or thrusting? 


Convener: Montagner, J.-P. 

Co-Convener(s): Schmeling, H. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE156 PANKOV, V.L.; BUBNOVA, N.YA.; 
KALACHNIKOV, A.A. 

Equation of state of magnesiowuestite and 
wuestite 

SE157 VAN HUNEN, J.; VAN DEN BERG, A.P.; 
VLAAR, N.J. 

The fate of young subducting lithosphere 
SE158 CIZKOVA, H.; VAN DEN BERG, A.P.; 
VLAAR, N.J. 

Could the slab-like structure found to extend into 
the deep lower mantle be explained by thermal 
coupling? 

SE159 MOCQUET, A.; CASTILLO, J.; VACHER, P. 

Some tests on the reflexion and transmission 
properties of the 660 km seismic discontinuity 
SE160 MASSON, F.; LEVEQUE, J.-J. 

From ACH teleseismic tomography to absolute 
velocity 

SE161 DUMOULIN, C.; DOIN, M.-P.; FLEITOUT, L. 

Heat transfer at the base of the lithosphere for a 
Newtonian and Non-Newtonian, highly tempera¬ 
ture and pressure dependent rheology 
SE162 MAMBOLE, A.; FLEITOUT, L.; LABROSSE, 
G.; TRIG, E. 

Onset of convection in binary fluids with 
temperature-dependent viscosity 
SE163 DEVAUX, J.P.; SCHUBERT, G.; ANDERSON, 
C. 

Formation of a metastable olivine wedge in a 
subducting slab 

SE164 INSERGUEIX-FILIPPI, D.; DUPEYRAT, L.; 
TRIG, E.; MENVIELLE, M. 

Influence of plate kinematics, convection intensi¬ 
ty, and subduction geometry on Earth’s upper 
mantle dynamics 

SEl65 COLLIER, J.; HELFFRICH, G. 

"410" and "660" km discontinuity properties and 
thermodynamic models 

SE2 Dynamics, mineral physics and tomo¬ 
graphic imaging of the Earth’s mantle 

Convener: Montagner, J.-P. 

Co-Convener(s): Schmeling, H. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: RIO 
Chairperson: Vacher, P. 

11:00 WALZER, U.; HENDEL, R. 

A new convection-segregation model explaining the 
origin of the principal geochemical reservoirs of the 
Earth’s mantle 

11:15 VAN DER HILST, R.; KARASON, H. 

Aspherical structure of Earth’s lower mantle 


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11:30 BRUNET, D.; YUEN, D.A.; MACHETEL, P. 

Dynamics of superplumes generated by phase 
transitions and variable viscosity convection 
11:45 LARSON, E.; EKSTROM, G.; TROMP, J. 

Surface-wave polarization tomography 
12:00 O’CONNELL, R.J.; STEINBERGER, B. 

Effects of mantle flow on the orientation, distribu¬ 
tion and motion of plumes and slabs 
12:15 CADEK, O.; FLEITOUT, L. 

Geoid and dynamic topography for the mantle with 
a partially permeable boundary between upper and 
lower mantle 
12:30 DAVAILLE, A. 

Dynamics and fate of a stratified mantle: mixing and 
hot spots 

12:45 ISHII, M.; TROMP, J. 

Normal-mode constraints on mantle structure 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 CORMIER, V.F. 

Anisotropy of heterogeneity scale lengths in the 
lower mantle 

14:15 STEBMBACH, V.; YUEN, D.A.; VLAAR, NJ. 

The influence of surface temperature on planetary 
convection with phase transitions 
14:30 PANKOV, V.L.; BABEYKO, A.A.; 
KALACHNIKOV, A.A. 

Phase diagrams of the mantle mineral systems and 
the mantle transition zone 
14:45 EBERLE, M.A.; GRASSET, O.; SOTIN, C. 

A numerical study of the dynamics of subducting 
slabs and transport of melt through the mantle wedge 
15:00 VACHER, P.; TRAMPERT, J.; VLAAR, NJ. 

Temperature, pressure and compositional derivatives 
of seismic velocities with application to the lower 
mantle 

15:15 KHRISTOFOROVA, N.N. 

Heat cells and mantle convection 
15:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: N.N. 

16:00 BUWAARD, H.; SPAKMAN, W.; ENGDAHL, 
E.R. 

Preliminary results from nonlinear global travel-time 
tomography 

16:15 RICARD, Y.; MATAS, J.; LE STUNFF, Y.; 
GUYOT, F. 

Phase transitions in the upper mantle 
16:30 SOLHEIM, L.P.; PELTIER, W.R. 

Phase transition modulated mantle convection with 
pressure and temperature dependent rheology: 
implications for the radial viscosity structure in the 
Earth 

16:45 DILLISSE, L; GOES, S.; GOVERS, R.; VACHER, 
P. 

Seismic velocity, temperature and composition: the 
Mendocino triple junction area 
17:00 THIO, H.K. 

The upper mantle under the Tyrrhenian Sea from a 
broad-band study of deep earthquakes 
17:15 VAN DER HILST, R.; SIMONS, F. 

Constraints on the structure of the upper mantle 
beneath Australia from waveform tomography 


17:30 LEVEQUE, J.-J.; DEBAYLE, E. . 

Lithospheric and asthenospheric structure of the 
Indian Ocean from a waveform tomography 
17:45 BILLIEN, M.; TRAMPERT, J.; LEVEQUE, J.-J. 
Global attenuation tomography from fundamental 
mode surface wave data 

Stand-by papers 

BULATOVA, N.P. 

About the ray’s angles for the neutrino tomography 
of the Earth 

BULATOVA, N.P.; NECHAEV, V.V. 

The modelling of irregularities of the Earth crust in 
3D matrice’s slices 
BULATOVA, N.P. 

The account of the Earth’s characteristics along the 
ray and the sections for the Earth’s tomography 

18:00 END OF SESSION 


SE3 Seismology and physics of the Earth’s 
core and mantle 

Convener: Kind, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Jacob, A.W.B.; Weber, M. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 
Chairperson: Weber, M. 

08:30 SOURIAU, A. 

Inner core rotation: pssible artefacts and new data 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:00 DEUSS, A.; PAULSSEN, H.; TRAMPERT, J.; 
WOODHOUSE, J. 

Analysis of inner core S- and P-waves 
09:15 MAJEWSKI, E.; WALKER, D. 

Soret diffusion experiments and implications for the 
evolution of Earth’s core 

09:30 LIU, X.-F.; TROMP, J.; DZIEWONSKI, A.M. 

On the origin of SCS and PCP precursors 
09:45 CALMANT, S.; PELLETIER, B.; PILLET, R.; 
REGNIER, M.; LEBELLEGARD, P.; BORE, J.-M. 
Inter-seismic and co-seismic displacements in GPS 
series across the New Hebrides subduction zone 
10:00 CAKIR, 6.; YILMAZTURK, A. 

Model studies of sub-oceanic Po and So waves and 
their frequency dependence of Q 
10:15 BREAK 

Chairperson: Jacob, A.W.B. 

10:45 YUAN, X.; KIND, R.; BOCK, G. 

Receiver function constraints on slab geometry and 
upper mantle discontinuities under northern Chile 
(Solicited Paper) 

11:15 LI, X.; YUAN, X.; KIND, R.; ESTABROOK, CH. 
Effects of the subducting Pacific plate on the upper 
mantle seismic discontinuities 
11:30 BOCK, G. 

Topography of mantle discontinuities 
11:45 OLIVIERI, M.; MORELLI, A. 

Constraints on upper mantle discontinuities beneath 
the Mediterranean region from P-to-S conversions 



12:00 ERDURAN, M.; CAKIR, 6. 

Receiver function analysis for the station TBZ, 
Turkey 

12:15 KUTLU, Y.A.; CAKIR, 6. 

Shear wave propagation under northeast Anatolia 
12:30 CINAR, H.; YILMAZTURK, A.; CAKIR, 6. 

Crustal structure in and around the eastern Turkey 
from single station Rayleigh wave observations 
12:45 GOKALP, H.; CAKIR, 6.; CHIRABBA, C. 

Different approaches in the local earthquake tomog¬ 
raphy: an application on Alban Hills Volcano (Cen¬ 
tral Italy) 

13:00 END OF SESSION 


SE5 Geodynamics of the lithosphere; images 
and models of active tectonics 

Convener: Furlong, K.P. 

Co-Convener(s): Wortel, M.J.R. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R3 

Chairpersons: Furlong, K.P.; Loohuis, J.J.P. 

08:45 TORNE, M.; FERNANDEZ, M.; COMAS, M.C.; 
SOTO, J.I. 

Lithospheric structure of the Alboran Basin 
(W-Mediterranean): results from 3D modelling of 
gravity heat flow and elevation data 
09:00 LOOHYIS, J.J.P.; WORTEL, M.J.R.; MEIJER, 
P.TH. 

Modelling of the first order dynamics of the Eur¬ 
asian plate; application to the Alpine thrust 
09:15 PLOMEROVA, J.; BABUSKA, V.; SILENY, J. 

Variations of seismic anisotropy in European mantle 
09:30 LUNDBEK HANSEN, D.; BOM NIELSEN, S. 

Numerical modelling of crustal shortening and 
inversion in sedimentary basins 
09:45 HEBERT, H.; DEPLUS, C.; DIAMENT, M. 

Characterization and modelling of the intraplate 
deformation in the Wharton basin (N-E Indian 
Ocean) 

10:00 NYST, M.; SPAKMAN, W.; SIMONS, W.; 
AMBROSIUS, B. 

Inversion of the GEODYSSEA 94/96 (GPS) data for 
crustal strain and fault slip 

10:15 CUMMINS, P.R.; KANEDA, Y.; HIRANO, S. 

Modelling of deformation due to subduction along 
the Japan Trench 
10:30 COVERS, R. 

Numerical simulations of transpression 
10:45 FURLONG, K.P.; ANDERSON, H. 

Lithospheric tectonics of a transpressional plate 
boundary: Fiordland, New Zealand 
11:00 LAMARCHE, G.; LEBURN, J.-F.; COLLOT, J.-Y. 
Tectonics at a transform-subduction relay zone. The 
Puysegur Area, south of New Zealand 
11:15 COLLOT, J.-Y.; LEBRUN, J.-F.; LAMARCHE, 
G.; DELTEIL, J. 

Transform-subduction transitions: a comparison at 
both ends of the alpine fault. New Zealand 
11:30 LEBRUN, J.-F.; COLLOT, J.-Y.; LAMARCHE, G. 
Evolution of the PAC/AUS plate boundary south of 
New Zealand: initiation of the Puysegur subduction 
along a strike-slip plate boundary 
11:45 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 


Chairpersons: Covers, R.; Schott, B. 

14:00 VAN WUK, J.W.; COVERS, R. 

3-D thermal modelling of the southern Californian 
upper mantle; the tectonic history of microplates 
14:15 ROMANYUK, T.V.; MOONEY, W.D.; BLAKELY, 

R. J. 

Subduction of a mid-ocean ridge beneath the north¬ 
east Pacific margin of North America 
14:30 FURLONG, K.P. 

Mantle driven active tectonics at the Mendocino 
Triple Junction, California 

14:45 SABADINI, R.; VERMEERSEN, L.L.A.; CESCA, 

S. 

Post-seismic deformation in a spherical geometry 
with some applications to real events 
15:00 FERNANDEZ, J.; RUNDLE, J.B.; YU, T.-T. 

Model for inelastic postseismic deformation 
15:15 REGENAUER-LIEB, K.; YUEN, D.A. 

The importance of thermal-mechanical coupling in 
necking process of an elastro-viscoplastic lithosphere 
15:30 REGENAUER-LIEB, K.; HOCHSTEIN, M.P. 

Mechanicam heating and fracturing on ductile shear 
zones in Asia 

15:45 SCHOTT, B.; YUEN, D.A.; SCHMELING, H. 

The significance of dissipative heating in delamina¬ 
tion and subduction processes 
16:00 REGENAUER-LIEB, K.; HOCHSTEIN, M.P. 

Heat generation associated with the collision of two 
plates: the Himalayan geothermal belt 
16:15 END OF SESSION 


SE5 Geodynamics of the lithosphere: images 
and models of active tectonics - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Furlong, K.P. 

Co-Convener(s): Wortel, M.J.R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Malservisi, R. 

SE012 KORYAKIN E.D.; STROEV, P.A.; 
GRUSHINSKY, A.N. 

The global distribution of average (5x5 deg.) 
depths of Moho discontinuity: implication to 
plate tectonics 

SE013 FREDERIKSEN, S.; NIELSEN, S.B.; BALL¬ 
ING, N. 

Numerical modelling of basin evolution in the 
Norwegian-Danish basin 

SE014 NICOLLIN, F.; DAUTEUIL, O.; ANGELIER, J. 

Wavelet analysis of bathymetric profiles from 
Mid-Atlantic Ridge: tectonic implications 
SE015 RODNIKOV, A.G. 

Results of studies of the lithosphere in the transi¬ 
tion zone from the Asian continent to the Pacific 
Ocean by the system of geotraverses 
SE016 LEBEDEV, S.; NOLET, G. 

Surface wave diffraction tomography of the 
southeast Asia marginal basins 


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SE017 KREEMER, C.; GOES, S.; COVERS, R.; 
HOLT, W. 

Active deformation of eastern Indonesia and the 
Philippines inferred from seismicity and geodetic 
data 

SE018 MALSERVISI, R.; FURLONG, K.P. 

Lithospheric response to transpressional plate 
boundary kinematics 

SE019 MAROTTA, A.M.; FERNANDEZ, M.; 
SABADINI, R. 

The onset of extension during lithospheric short¬ 
ening: 2-D dynamical modelling for lithospheric 
unrooting 

SE020 GERBAULT, M.; POLIAKOV, A.; 
DAIGNIERES, M.; BUROV, G. 

Initiation of intra-plate subduction due to end- 
plate compression: numerical approach 
SE021 BIANCHI, S.; DEVENEZIA, D.; GIUNCHI, C.; 
NEGREDO, A.M. 

Thermal-kinematic model of a subducting slab 
SE022 PARK, J.-O.; AMANO, H.; TSURU, T.; KIDO, 
Y.; KANEDA, Y.; KONO, Y. 

Geological structure of the western Nankai 
convergent plate margin as revealed by multi¬ 
channel seismic reflection data 
SE023 GARDU, G. 

Evolving tectonic structures in Romania 
SE024 KUCEROVA, L. 

Rock masses transposition and generis of 
variscan plutonites in the Bohemian massif 
SE025 SADYKOV, D.; MUKASHEV, K.; 
BUKREEVA, E. 

Geophysical model of contracting Earth and 
natural processes 
SE026 KOSTYANEV, S.G. 

Mathematical modelling of the movement of a 
layer melting in the Earth 
SE027 MOROZOV, V.N.; TATARINOV, V.N. 

Prediction and models of modern crustal move¬ 
ments in the areas of objects of nuclear-fuel 
cycle 

SE028 BARKIN, YU.V. 

Dynamic regularities of the plate motion 
SE029 BEZERRA, F.H.R. 

Neotectonic deformation in NE Brazil * 


SE6 Post-glacial rebound and its influence on 
sea level, crustal deformation and gravi¬ 
ty: new observations, modelling results 
and initiatives 

Convener: Mitrovica, J.X. 

Co-Convener(s): Vermeersen, L.L. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R3 

Chairpersons: Mitrovica, J.X.; Vermeersen, L.L. 

Editors: Mitrovica, J.X.; Vermeersen, L.L. 

11:00 MITROVICA, J.X.; FORTE, A.M. 
sE6-(x)i Joint inversions for mantle viscosity 
11:15 VERMEERSEN, LX.A.; SABADINI, R.; BORGO, 

SE6-(X)2 S. 

Joint mantle viscosity inversions of polar wander and 
geoid changes induced by Pleistocene and contempo¬ 
rary ice mass variations 


11:30 FJELDSKAAR, W. 

SE6-(K)4 The post-glacial shoreline displacement on Svalbard 
indicates a high viscosity mantle 
11:45 THOMA, M.; WOLF, D. 

SE6-(X)3 Modelling of land emergence and secular gravity 
change in Fennoscandia 
12:00 KAUFMANN, G.; WU, P. 

SE6-(X)6 Upper mantle lateral viscosity variations and postgla¬ 
cial rebound: application to the Barents Sea 
12:15 DI DONATO, G.; VERMEERSEN, L.L.A.; 

SE6-(X)7 SABADINI, R. 

Multi-layer analytical Earth models of sea level 
changes induced by present-day glacial instability 
and post-glacial rebound 

12:30 LAMBECK, K.; SMITHER, C.; EKMAN, M. 
SE6-(X)3 Tests of glacial rebound models for Fennoscandi- 
navia based on instrumented sea- and lake-level 
records 
12:45 BREAK 




Chairpersons: Vermeersen, L.L.; Mitrovica, J.X. 

Editors: Mitrovica, J.X.; Vermeersen, L.L. 

14:00 MILNE, G.A. 

SE64X)8 Recent advances in modelling postglacial sea-level 
variations (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 JAMES, T.S.; HE, J.; WANG, K. 

SE6-(X)<) Postglacial rebound in the northern Cascadia subduc¬ 
tion zone 

14:45 IVINS, E.R.; RAYMOND, C.A.; JAMES, T.S. 
sE6-«u) Patagonian little ice age rebound 
15:00 ARGUS, D.F.; PELTIER, W.R.; WATKINS, M.M.; 
sEMin HEFLIN, M.B. 

Glacial isostatic adjustment from space geodesy 
15:15 DAVIS, J.L.; JOHANSSON, J.M.; MITROVICA, 
SE6-012 J.X.; MILNE, G.; SCHERNECK, H.-G. 

Determinations of mantle viscosity and ice history 
model parameters from project BIFROST GPS data 
15:30 WAHR, J.; VAN DAM, T.; LARSON, K.; 
sEM)i3 ROBERTSON, D.; FRANCIS, O. 

Absolute gravity and GPS measurements in Green¬ 
land 

15:45 WINGHAM, D. 

SE6.014 Antarctic elevation change 1992-1996: implications 
for mass balance (Solicited Paper) 

16:15 HUGHES, T.J.; BELKNAP, D.F.; KELLEY, J.T.; 
SEMIS FASTOOK, J.L. 

Modelling isostatic responses of short time and 
distance scales: the record in the Gulf of Maine 
16:30 MORNER, N.-A. 

SE6 016 Glacial isostasy, eustasy, geoid deformation, rotation, 
circulation and paleoseismicity 
16:45 END OF SESSION 


Attend the Business Meeting of your Section 

on Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, Lecture Room RIO 


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SE6 Post-glacial rebound and its influence on 
sea level, crustal deformation and gravi¬ 
ty: new observations, modelling results 
and initiatives - Poster Session 

Convener: Mitrovica, J.X. 

Co-Convener(s): Vermeersen, L.L. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area; RHODES - SE 
Chairpersons: Mitrovica, J.X.; Vermeersen, L.L. 

Editors: Mitrovica, J.X.; Vermeersen, L.L. 

SE314 BORETTI, E.; GIUNCHI, C.; SABADINI, R. 
SE 6-017 3D viscosity variations and post-glacial rebound 
SE315 HANYK, L.; MATYS^, C.; YUEN, D.A. 
sE6-oia Instability of compressible viscoelastic models 

SE316 VERMEERSEN, L.L.A.; MITROVICA, J.X. 

sEf)-oi 9 Gravitational stability of viscoelastic relaxation 
models 

SE317 MAKINEN, J. 

SE 6-020 Absolute-gravity measurements in Finland to 

study the Fennoscandian postglacial rebound 
SE318 KAUFMANN, G.; LAMBECK, K. 

SE 6-021 Implications for Pleistocene glaciation of the 

Tibetan Plateau on present geodetic observables 
SE319 LE MEUR, E.; HUYBRECHTS, P. 

SE 6-()22 A coupled ice sheet-viscoelastic Earth model as 
a tool to assess the present-day imbalance of the 
Greenland ice sheet 

SE320 GRUSHINSKY, A.N.; KORYAKIN, E.D.; 

SE6-()23 STROEV, P.A. 

The isostatic model and deep structure of Antarc¬ 
tica 


SE7 Variations in the Earth’s rotation: impli¬ 
cations for the dynamics and structure of 
the mantle and for global change pro¬ 
cesses 

Convener: Sabadini, R. 

Co-Convener(s); O’Connell, R.J. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 
Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 MITROVICA, J.X.; MILNE, G.A. 

Glacial isostatic adjustment and the Earth’s rotation: 
new insights into an old problem 
11:15 VERMEERSEN, L.L.A. 

Polar wander, sea-level variations and ice age cycles 
(Solicited Paper) 

11:45 MOUND, J.E.; MITROVICA, J.X. 

True polar wander as a mechanism for long term sea 
level variations 

12:00 RICARD, Y.; RICHARDS, M.; LITHGOW, C.; 
SABADINI, R.; SPADA, G. 

Long term stability of Earth’s rotation axis 
12:15 SABADINI, R.; VERMEERSEN, L.L.A.; 
MALSERVISI, R. 

The long-term rotation dynamics of the Earth 
12:30 LUNCH 


Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 GORDON, R.G.; PETRONOTIS, K.; ACTON, G.; 
JOHNSON, B.; VASAS, S. 

Apparent polar wander of the hotspots: the view 
from the Pacific 

14:15 DEVOTI, R.; FERMI, M.; LANOTTE, R.; LUCERI, 
V.; PACIONE, R.; RUTIGLIANO, P.; 

SCIARETTA, C.; VESPE, F. 

Earth orientation parameters measured by space 
geodesy techniques 

14:30 O’CONNELL, RJ.; STEINBERGER, B. 

True polar wander and hot-spot motion during the 
cenozoic from mantle flow models 
14:45 YODER, C.F. 

Contributions to present-day polar motion, J2 and 
UTl changes (Solicited Paper) 

15:15 MORNER, N.-A. 

Earth roation and global changes 
15:30 TYAPKIN, K.F. 

Magnetic field of the Earth as a result of variation of 
its rotation regime 
15:45 KIRIAN, G.V. 

Movement of Earth’s instant pole of rotation 
16:00 EVANS, D.A. 

Multiple episodes of rapid true polar wander in 
Vendian-Cambrian time 
16:15 Concluding Remarks 
16:30 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 

SET Variations in the Earth’s rotation: impli¬ 
cations for the dynamics and structure of 
the mantle and for global change pro¬ 
cesses - Poster Session 

Convener: Sabadini, R. 

Co-Convener(s): O’Connell, R.J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE166 ALFONSI, L.; SPADA, G.; BOSCHI, E. 

Effects of subductions and trends in seismically- 
induced rotational variations 
SE 167 ZAKHAROV, G.; TYRNOV, F. 

The relationship between solar wind energy and 
27-day non-tidal variations in the length of day 

SE8 Sedimentary basin modelling and inte¬ 
gration of geophysical and sedimentary 
geology data - Poster Session 

Convener: Cloetingh, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Horvath, F.; Sassi, W. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

Co-sponsored by; International Lithosphere Program 
Chairpersons: Gabrielsen, R.H., Delvaux, D. 

SE321 BEEKMAN, F.; BUROV, E.; CLOETINGH, S. 

Tectonic modelling of the late cenozoic thick- 
skinned crustal deformation in central Asia 


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SE322 VAN DER MEER, R.; VAN WEES, J.D.; 
GOLKE, M.; BEEKMAN, F. 

Present-day lithospheric strength of the Norwe¬ 
gian continental Voring margin and predictions 
of late Tertiary deformation 

SE323 MIRANDA, J.V.; EBINGER, C.J.; FAIRHEAD, 
J.D. 

Regional gravity and aeromagnetic investigation 
of the Takutu basin, Brazil and Guyana 
SE324 DIRKZWAGER, J.B.; LEGOSTAEVA, O.V.; 
YEGOROVA, T.P.; STEPHENSON. R.A.; VAN 
WEES, J.D. 

Gravity anomalies used in 3D-basin analysis of 
the Dutch on- and offshore 

SE325 YEGOROVA, T.P.; KOZLENKO, V.G.; 
STAROSTENKO, V.I.; LEGOSTAEVA, O.V.; 
STEPHENSON, R.A. 

Structure of the lithosphere beneath the 
Dnieper-Donets Basin, Ul^aine, according to 
gravity data 

SE326 RAPE, S.; OSBORNE, R. 

Identification of sediment dispersal pathways 
using 3D palinspastic reconstruction 
SE327 KLESPER, C.; SCHECK, M.; BAYER, U. 

Modelling of salt dynamics in the northeast 
German basin 

SE328 MERRIAM, D.F.; FORSTER, A. 

Comparison and integration of geophysical and 
sedimentological data for basin modelling 
SE329 BARYKIN, S.K.; MUSHIN, LA. 

Structural-formational modelling of sedimentary 
basins 

SE330 HEIKKINEN, P.J.; KORJA, A.; AARO, S. 

Bothnian Sea - a mesoproterozoic extensional 
basin 

SE331 NADOR, A,; JUHASZ, E. 

Neogene basement faulting and subsequent 
karstic rejuvenation: the oil-bearing Zala basin, 
SW Hungary 

SE332 BERASTEGUI, X.; BANKS, C.J.; PUIG, C.; 
TABERNER, C.; WALTHAM, D.; 
FERNANDEZ, M. 

Laterial diapiric emplacement of triassic evapo- 
rites at the southern margin of ghe Guadalquivir 
Basin, Spain 

SE333 ERSHOV, A.V.; BRUNET, M.-F.; 
KOROTAEV, M.V. 

Northern fore-Caucasus molasse basin: burial 
history and flexural modelling 
SE334 MONGELLI, F.; PALUMBO, F. 

2D and 3D modelling of the thermal evolution of 
sedimentary basins and their applications 
SE335 KHODYREVA, E.JA. 

The quantitative estimation of geological charac¬ 
teristics of sedimentary basics by geothermal 
parameters 

SE336 SAFANDA, J.; SUCHY, V. 

Thermal effect of the central Bohemian granitic 
pluton (Czech Republic) on the adjacent sedi¬ 
ments: results of computer simulation 
SE337 lOGANSON, L.I.; KUNIN, N.YA.; 
MILETENKO, N.V. 

Application of the geophysical data for sedimen¬ 
tary basin investigation 


SE338 RODNIKOV, A.G. 

The deep structure of the sedimentary basin of 
the Okhotsk Sea and its comparison with other 
sedimentary basins of the world 
SE338A SVALOVA, V.B. 

Sedimentary basins formation and evolution. 
Case study of the pre-Caspian depression and 
sedimentary basins of Brazil. 

SE338B LAZAUSKIENE, J.; SLIAUPA, S.; POPRAWA, 
P.; STEPHENSON, R.A.; VAN WEES, J.-D. 
Flexural model of the Silurian Baltic Basin on 
the western margin of the east European craton 
SE338C ISMAIL-ZADEH, A. 

The Devonian to Permian subsidence mecha¬ 
nisms of the east European basins 

SE8 Sedimentary basin modelling and inte¬ 
gration of geophysical and sedimentary 
geology data 

Convener: Cloetingh, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Horvath, F.; Sassi, W. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: HERMES 

Co-sponsored by: International Lithosphere Program 
Chairperson: Cloetingh, S. 

08:30 CLOETINGH, S. 

Integrated basin studies: introduction to the session 
08:45 ZIEGLER, P.A. 

Mechanical controls on collision-related compres- 
sional intraplate deformation (Solicited Paper) 

09:15 Presentation of ILP E.A. Flinn Award to J.-D. van 
Wees 

09:30 ROURE, F. 

Multi-scale strain partitioning and wedging during 
intraplate deformations (Solicited Paper) 

10:00 PYSKLYWEC, R.N.; MITROVICA, J.X. 

A mantle flow mechanism for the large-scale subsi¬ 
dence of continental interiors 
10:15 TER VOORDE, M.; VAN BALEN, R.T.; 
BERTOTTI, G.; CLOETINGH, S.A.P.L. 

The influence of a stratified rheology on the flexural 
response of the lithospehre ot (un)loading by 
extensional faulting 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Sassi, W. 

11:00 VAN WEES, J.-D.; BEEKMAN, F.; 
DIRKZWAGER, J.; CLOETINGH, S. 

Controls of preceding tectonic history on neo¬ 
tectonics and earthquakes in the Roeer Valley 
Graven (The Netherlands): constraints from rheologi¬ 
cal and finite element modelling 
11:15 FISCHER, K.D.; JENTZSCH, G.; SUSS, P.; 
SCHAFER, A. 

Geodynamic finite-element-modelling of foreland 
basins 

11:30 GARCIA-CASTELLANOS, D.; FERNANDEZ, M.; 
TORNE, M. 

Numerical modelling of the evolution of the 
Guadalquivir Foreland Basin (south Spain) 




11:45 VIDOTTI, R.M.; EBINGER, CJ.; FAIRHEAD, 
J.D. 

Te estimates beneath paleozoic-mesozoic Parana and 
Pamaiba basins, Brazil 

12:00 BUROV, E.B.; POLIAKOV, A.; CLOETINGH, S. 

Erosional forcing on the basin envolution 
12:15 VAN BALEN, R.T. 

Erosion/sedimentation modelling of the Maas catch¬ 
ment in relation to climate and tectonics 
12:30 NEUBAUER, F.; HANDLER, R.; MADER, D.; 
SCHNEIDER, D. 

Evolution of Alpine-Carpathian sedimentary basins 
seen through detrital mica: new '‘'’Ar/^’Ar mica ages 
12:45 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Ben-Avraham, Z. 

14:00 KLESPER, C.; SCHECK, M.; BAYER, U. 

Problems of salt dynamics for 3D-backstripping 
14:15 BADA, G.; CLOETINGH, S.; FODOR, L.; 
HORVATH, F. 

Cenozoic structural evolution of the Pannonian 
basin: paleostress data and finite element stress 
models 

14:30 GOLKE, M.; VAN WEES, J.D.; VAN DER 
MEER, R.; KARPUZ, R.; WILHELMS, A.; 
BEEKMAN, F.; CLOETINGH, S. 

Present-day strain at the mid-Norwegian margin 
14:45 SKAR, T.; VAN BALEN, R.; ARNESEN, L. 

Tectonic stress and its influence on fluid flow: a 
case study from the mid-Norwegian margin 
15:00 BEEKMAN, F.; VAN WEES, J.-D. 

Faulting, fracturing and in-situ stress prediction in 
hydrocarbon reservoirs: a finite element approach 
15:15 GRIGO, D.; DATURI, C.; MOSCONI, A.; 
PALMIERI, G. 

Egypt - Gulf of Suez: tectonic evolution and petro¬ 
leum system definition with a 3D basin modelling 
approach 
15:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Horvath, F. 

15:45 AUBOURG, C. 

The early Layer Parallel Shortening (LPS) as re¬ 
vealed by magnetic fabric 
16:00 SAMUELSSON, J.; MIDDLETON, M.F. 

Thermal modelling of maturation in rift-related 
basins 

16:15 SACCHI, M.; HORVATH, F. 

The importance of stratigraphic control in under¬ 
standing the late neogene tectonic evolution of SW 
Pannonian basin 

16:30 AIELLO, G.; DE ALTERIIS, G.; MARSELLA, E.; 
SACCHI, M. 

New seismic data along the latium-campania off¬ 
shore (eastern Tyrrhenian margin) 

16:45 Mn.IA, A.; TORRENTE, M.M. 

Multi-stage transtensional events and sedimentary 
responses in the eastern Tyrrhenian margin (Italy) 
17:00 KAYA, O.; SARY, C.; PALK, M.; GOKTAP 
Biiyuk Menderes multipartite graben 
17:15 GINZBURG, A.; BEN-AVRAHAM, Z. 

The deep structure of the Dead Sea 
17:30 HOJKA, A.M.; ZELT, C.; FLUEH, E.R. 

3D seismic refraction tomography of ocean bottom 
hydrophone data recorded offshore Valparaiso, Chile 


17:45 DELVAUX, D. 

Tectonic and climate influences on late cenozoic 
mountain building and basin formation in 
east-central Asia 

18:00 REEMST, P.; PASCAL, C.; GABRIELSEN, R.; 
FOSSEN, H.; LEPVRIER, C. 

Post-Caledonian evolution of tectonic stresses in the 
northern North Sea area * 

18:15 END OF SESSION 


SEIO Fault interaction and earthquake 
mechanics 

Convener: Das, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Cocco, M. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R3 
Chairperson: Das, S. 

08:30 MADARIAGA, R. 

The origin of complexity in seismic sources (Solicit¬ 
ed Paper) 

09:00 COTTON, F.; HERNANDEZ, B.; CAMPILLO, M. 

Looking for supersonic rupture velocities 
09:15 COCCO, M.; BELARDINELLI, M.E.; COUTANT, 
O.; COTTON, F. 

Dynamic versus static stress changes: inferences on 
the earthquake nucleation process 
09:30 DARROZES, J.; GAILLOT, P.; 
COURJAULT-RADE, P. 

Method for multi-scale structural and temporal 
analysis of epicentral distribution of an earthquake 
sequence using anisotropic wavelets 
09:45 DRAGONI, M.; PIOMBO, A. 

A model of fault indentation 
10:00 BOUR, O.; DAVY, P. 

Clustering and size distributions of fault patterns: 
theory and measurements 
10:15 PELLETIER, J.D. 

Slip distributions and source-time fimctions in a 
heterogeneous slider-block model 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Das, S. 

11:00 OHNAKA, M. 

A role of the constitutive law in scaling scale- 
dependent physical quantities inherent in shear 
repture (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 BOUISSOU, S.; PETIT, J.-P.; BARQUINS, M. 

Contact loss during stick-slip: from experimental 
evidence to insights for seismic behaviour 
11:45 IVINS, E.R. 

Postseismic transience & the heterogeneous rheology 
of the deep crust 

12:00 PASCAL, C.; ANGELIER, J.; LEPVRIER, C. 

Numerical modelling of fault interaction using the 
3D distinct element method 
12:15 MILLER, S.A. 

Temporal variations in scaling relationships of a 
fluid-controlled fault in a self-organized critical state 
12:30 LUNCH 


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Chairperson: Cocco, M. 

14:00 SARAO, A.; BURLO, Z.; SUHADOLC, P. 

Strong motion modelling for the 1976 Friuli earth¬ 
quake (NE Italy) 

14:15 SCOTTI, O. 

Mechanics of the Vuache fault (French Alps) based 
on historical and instrumental data 
14:30 ANGELIER, J.; BERGERAT, F.; 
ROGNVALDSSON, S. 

Seismogenic stress field in the south Iceland seismic 
zone 

14:45 BERGERAT, F.; ANGELIER, J. 

Neotectonic evidence from field studies of recent 
faulting in the South Iceland Seismic Zone (SISZ) 
15:00 GARDI, A.; COCCO, M.; NEGREDO, A.; 
SABADINI, R.; SINGH, S.K. 

Stress changes in the subducted plate caused by 
large, shallow, thrust earthquakes: an application to 
the Benioff zone of Mexico 
15:15 SHAMIR, G. 

Spatial and temporal seismicity patterns associated 
with interacting fault segments - the case of the 
southern Dead Sea transform 
15:30 SHOMALI, Z.-H. 

Empirical Green’s functions calculated from inver¬ 
sion of earthquake radiation patterns 
15:45 MAJEWSKI, E.; TEISSEYRE, R. 

Earthquake thermodynamics and earthquake shear 
band model 

16:00 Concluding Remarks 
16:15 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


SEIO Fault interaction and earthquake 
mechanics - Poster Session 

Convener: Das, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Cocco, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairpersons: Das, S.; Cocco, M. 

SE031 KUZNETSOV, V.V. 

The self-organization of the cracks arising during 
loading the rock as the reason of earthquake 
SE032 PIERSANTI, A.; NOSTRO, C.; COCCO, M. 

Fault interaction caused by elastic (static) and 
viscoelastic (postseismic) stress changes 
SE033 LYSKOVA, E.; ROSTOV, YU.; 
YANOVSKAYA, T. 

Source radiation spectra in subduction and 
spreading zone 


Attend the Poster Session 


SEll Lithospheric dynamic processes as 
seen from geomorphology 

Convener: Brun, J.-P. 

Co-Convener(s): Kirby, M. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 
Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 UFIMTSEV, G.F. 

Relief of the Earth surface, geoid and foot of mantle: 
a comparison 

11:15 NIVIERE, B.; MARQUIS, G; MAURIN, J.-C. 

Morphologic dating of slowly evolving scarp using 
a diffusive analogue 
11:30 BASILE, C.; ALLEMAND, P. 

Erosion as the main mechanism of uplift along 
transform faults 

11:45 BOURGEOIS, O.; DAUTEUIL, O. 

Rift pattern and ice flow in Iceland during the alst 
glaciation 

12:00 VAN DER BEEK, P.; BRAUN, J.; 
SUMMERFIELD, M.; BROWN, R. 

Morphotectonic evolution of rifted margins: not just 
flank uplift and escarpment retreat 
12:15 PELLETIER, J.D. 

Modelling the geomorphic response to tectonism 
12:30 D’AGOSTINO, N.; CHAMOT-ROOKE, N.; 
FUNICIELLO, R. 

Spectral analysis of topography in extensional 
settings: inferences on the quaternary extensional 
tectonics of the Appeimines (central Italy) 

12:45 WINTER, TH.; LENOTRE, N. 

Geomorphology: a tool to estimate the activity of 
faults in France (example of external Jura) * 

13:00 END OF SESSION 

SEll Lithospheric dynamic processes as 
seen from geomorphoiogy - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Brun, J.-P. 

Co-Convener(s): Kirby, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE034 BORDONI, P.; VALENSISE, G. 

Variable wavelength tectonic processes in penin¬ 
sular Italy revealed by a systematic reassessment 
of 125 ka marine terrace data 
SE035 PICCARDI, L.; GAUDEMER, Y.; 

TAPPONNIER, P.; BOCCALETTI, M. 

Holocne kinematics of the Fucino basin (central 
Appenines, Italy) 

SE036 MAKARENKO, G.F. 

Global geomorphoiogy attests against mobilistic 
models 

SE037 PERELADOV, M.; VILKOVA, O. 

The experience of estimation of geomorpholo- 
gical situation on the shallows, based on the 
analysis of the land geology (Sakhalin instance) 


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SE12 From the Arctic to the Mediterranean: 
salt, shale and igneous diapirs in and 
around Europe 

Convener: Mart, Y. 

Co-Convener(s); Vendeville, B.C. 

Thursday, 23 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: R3 
Chairperson: Vendeville, B.C. 

11:00 TALBOT, C.J. 

Rates of salt extrusion in the Zagros (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:30 VENDEVILLE, B.C. 

Tectonics vs. buoyancy as the drive for active 
diapiric growth 

11:45 HOOPER, R.J.; VENDEVILLE, B.C.; 

BERGFJORD, E.; EVANS, N.; COLLERAN, J.; 
GUNN, C. 

Diapir rejuvenation by contraction 
12:00 PENGE, J.; MUNNS, J.W.; TAYLOR, B. 

Examples of extensional and compressional rift-raft 
tectonics from the Zechstein evaporitic basins of 
northwest Europe 

12:15 DAVISON, L; EVANS, N.; ALSOP, I.; 
SAFARICZ, M. 

Central graben salt diapirs fields, N. Sea: geometry 
and structural evolution 

12:30 GUERIN, G.; VENDEVILLE, B.; RAILLARD, S. 
Triassic structural distribution of the Zechstein salt 
iin southern North Sea and consequences for further 
tectonic history 

12:45 SPENCER, P.; VENDEVILLE, B.; NILSEN, K.; 
WHITAKER, M.; JAHRE, H.; ROBAK, H. 
Dynamic sequence stratigraphic prediction and 
thin-skinned extension: examples from the Varg 
Trend, Norwegian North Sea 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Mart, Y. 

14:00 SCHECK, M.; BAYER, U.; KLESPER, C. 

Structure and evolution of salt in the northeast 
German basin - conclusions from 3D modelling 
14:15 APOTRIA, T. 

Relationship of salt evacuation in grwoth fault 
displacement transfer. Gulf of Mexico 
14:30 MASCLE, J.; SHIPBOARD SCIENTIFIC PARTY 
Mud and evaporite deformations from the eastern 
Mediterranean Sea: evidences from the Prismed II 
cruise (RV Atalante) 

14:45 MART, Y. 

Diapirism and neotectonic activity in the southeast¬ 
ern Mediterranean 

15:00 KRYLOV, O.; ERGUN, M.; CIFEI, G. 

The recent structure and mud diapirs of the 
south-east of Crimea’s continental margin 
15:15 BEHRMANN, J.H.; KOPF, A. 

Extrusion mechanics in active mud volcanoes on the 
Mediterranean ridge 
15:30 KOPF, A.; BEHRMANN, J.H. 

Quantitative approach to the extrusion dynamics of 
active mud volcanoes on the Mediterranean ridge 
15:45 CLEMENS, J.D.; PETFORD, N.; MAWER, C.K. 
Granites are not diapiric! 


16:00 VIGNERESSE, J.L. 

Arguments against diapiric emplacement of granitic 
plutons in the brittle upper crust 
16:15 HUTTON, D. 

Igneous diapirism (Solicited Paper) 

16:45 RINGENBACH, J.-C.; GOUT, C.; UNTERNEHR, 
P. 

Superimposed salt tectonics in the Dutch southern 
North Sea: from gravity gliding to gravity spreading 
(Poster) 

16:50 ROSSETTI, F.; ACOCELLA, V.; FACCENNA, C.; 
FUNNICIELLO, R.; LAZZAROTTO, A. 

Neogene strike-slip faulting and pluton emplacement 
in southern Tuscany (Italy) (Poster) 

16:55 SVALOVA, V.B. 

The effect of rising mantle diapirs on formation and 
evolution of topographic relief (Poster) 

17:00 ISMAIL-ZADEH, A.; VOLOZH, YU.; NAIMARK, 
B.; TALBOT, C. 

Quantitative modelling of the evolution of salt 
structures in the pre-Caspian basin, Russia (Poster) 
17:05 END OF SESSION 


SE12 From the Arctic to the Mediterranean: 
salt, shale and igneous diapirs in and 
around Europe - Poster Session 

Convener: Mart, Y. 

Co-Convener(s): Vendeville, B.C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE339 RINGENBACH, J.-C.; GOUT, C.; 
UNTERNEHR, P. 

Superimposed salt tectonics in the Dutch south¬ 
ern North Sea: from gravity gliding to gravity 
spreading 

SE341 ROSSETTI, F.; ACOCELLA, V.; FACCENNA, 
C.; FUNNICIELLO, R.; LAZZAROTTO, A. 
Neogene strike-slip faulting and pluton emplace¬ 
ment in southern Tuscany (Italy) 

SE341A SVALOVA, V.B. 

The effect of rising mantle diapirs on formation 
and evolution of topographic relief 
SE341B ISMAIL-ZADEH, A.; VOLOZH, YU.; 
NAIMARK, B.; TALBOT, C. 

Quantitative modelling of the evolution of salt 
structures in the pre-Caspian basin, Russia 

SE13 Intraplate earthquakes, stresses and 
large scale tectonic structure - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Gregersen, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Panza, G.F. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Gregersen, S. 

SEllO MULLER, B.; SPERNER, B.; WEHRLE, V.; 
FUCHS, K. 

The new release of the World Stress Map 


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SElll GREGERSEN, S. 

Change of stress since the ice age in Scandinavia 
SE112 HICKS, E.C.; BUNGUM, H.; LINDHOLM, 
C.D.; OLESEN, O. 

New seismicty and focal mechanism stress data 
from Ranafjord, northern Norway 
SEl 13 WENDT, J.; DIETRICH, R. 

Geodetic investigations on recent crustal defor¬ 
mations in the seismoactive zone of Saxon 
Vogtland 

SEl 14 MUSACCHIO, G.; MOONEY, W.D. 

Imaging an intraplate zone of seismicity: the 
Blytheville Arch in the new Madrid seismic zone 
SEl 15 HERRAIZ, M.; DE VICENTE, G.; LINDO, R.; 

GINCI, J.; SIMON, J.L.; GONZALEZ 
CASADO, J.M.; VADILLO, O.; 
RODRIGUEZ-PASCUA, M.; CICUENDEZ, J.I.; 
CASAS, A.; CABANAS, L; RINCON, P.; 
CORTES, A.; RAMIREZ, M.; LUCINI, M. 
Recent (upper miocene) and present stress states 
in Spain obtained in the Sigma project 
SEl 16 lOGANSON, L.I.; REISNER, G.I. 

Heterogeneity of the intraplate areas and seismic¬ 
ity 

SEl 17 BETZL, N.; HEINRICH, R.; HEMMANN, R.; 
JENTZSCH, G.; KAISER, D.; KRACKE, D.; 
ZIEGERT, A. 

A new small seismic network for eastern 
Thuringia * 

SE117A BALA, A.; RADULIAN, M.; POPA, M. 

Earthquake distribution and regional tectonic 
structure in Vrancea zone - Romania 
SE117B ISMAIL-ZADEH, A.; KEILIS-BOROK, V.; 
SOLOVIEV, A.; PANZA, G. 

Numerical modelling of slap dynamics beneath 
the Vrancea region, Romania 


SE14 Modern rifts: plumes, kinematic con¬ 
ditions and lithospheric inhomogene¬ 
ities 

Convener: Deverchere, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Achauer, U.; Hansen, U. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R9 

Co-sponsored by: Geosciences Azur UMR 6526, Univ. 
Pierre et Marie Curie, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France 
(GEOAZUR); Ecole et Observatoire des Sciences de la 
Terre, CNRS EP-533, Strasbourg, France (EOST 
Strasbourg), IGCP 400 "Geodynamics of Continental 
rifting" (UNESCO) 
chairperson: Keller, G.R. 

09:00 ACHAUER, U. 

Seismic tomography and continental rifts: a review 
09:30 MECHIE, J.; KRISP WORKING GROUP 

The structure and evolution of the Kenya rift (Solic¬ 
ited Paper) 

10:00 MGUIRE, P.K.H.; THYBO, H.; BIRT, C.S.; 
KHAN, MA. 

Wide-angle reflection study of lower crustal mag¬ 
matic processes in the Kenya Rift 
10:20 MULUGETA, G.; GHEBREAB, W.; TALBOT, C. 
Modelling lateral extension and rifting in a stratified 
lithosphere with applications to the Afro-Arabian rift 
system 


10:40 HUISMANS, R.; PODLADCHIKOV, Y.; 
CLOETINGH, S. 

Mantle lithosphere R-T instability, FEM modelling 
of convective upwelling of mantle lithosphere 
beneath .rifts zones 
11:00 LARSEN, T.B.; YUEN, D.A. 

Stress field, viscosity and shear heating distribution 
in mantle upwellings: a comparison between Newto¬ 
nian and non-Newtonian rheologies 
11:20 MALAMUD, B.D.; TURCOTTE, D.L. 

Global heat flow and the frequency-size distribution 
of plume strengths 
11:40 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Ebinger, C. 

14:00 KELLER, G.R. 

An overview of the structure and evolution of the 
Rio Grande rift, southwestern North America (Solic¬ 
ited Paper) 

14:30 KOULAKOV, L; DEVERCHERE, J.; PETIT, C. 
Structure of the crust and upper mantle beneath the 
Baikal Rift from teleseismic and local tomography 
14:50 FERRACCIOLI, F.; BOZZO, E.; SPANG, M.; 
ARMADILLO, E. 

New geophysical constraints on the west Antarctic- 
Rift-Transantarctic mountains tectonodynamical 
system 

15:10 ZHOU, Z.; LIAO, Z.; JIANG, J. 

The Okinawa Trough: continental rifting in a back 
arc setting 

15:30 STEINBERGER, B.; MARQUART G. 

Evidence for hotspot motion from the Easter 
track/Nazca plate 

15:50 PETIT, C.; EBINGER, C.; BUROV, G. 

Rifting and flexure of the continental lithosphere: 
comparison between the east-African and Baikal rifts 
(Poster) 

15:55 POPOV, A.M.; KISELEV, A.I. 

The Baikal rift as structural expression of 
pre-existing lithospheric inhomogeneities in central 
Asia (Poster) 

16:00 SOKOLOVA, YU.F.; MIRONOVA, N.A.; 
KARAKIN, A.V. 

Crustal structure of Baikal rift - inhomogeneities and 
evolution through geological time (Poster) 

16:05 LESNE, O.; CALAIS, E.; DEVERCHERE, J.; 
CHERY, J.; HASSANI, R. 

Active deformation mechanisms in the Baikal rift 
zone using two-dimensional numerical models 
(Poster) 

16:10 GUSEV, A.; PEIROVA, N.; SHABALIN, N. 

Crustal melting of Volga-Ural oil bearing province 
by action of Volga-Kama’s plume (Poster) 

16:15 EBINGER, C.; SLEEP, N. 

Cratonic roots, mantle plumes, and the east African 
rift system (Poster) 

16:20 KHAN, M.A.; MECHIE, J.; JACOB, B.; KELLER, 

G. R.; MAGUIRE, P.K.H.; PRODEHL, C.; THYBO, 

H. ; HAAK, V. 

The KRISP investigations of lithospheric structure 
and dynamis of the Kenya rift (Poster) 


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16:25 DELVAUX, D., KUCHAI, O.; SANKOV, V.; 
DEHANDSHUTTER, B.; VAN DER MEER, R.; 
HENDRIKS, B.; PETIT, C. 

Transition from Baikal Rift to Altai-Sayan 
transpressional settings in east-central Asia (Poster) 
16:30 ALLEN, R.M.; NOLET, G.; MORGAN, W.J.; 
VOGFJORD, K.; BERGSSON, B.H.; 
ERLENDSSON, P.; FOULGER, G.R.; 
JACOBSDOTTIR, S.; JULIAN, B.R.; PRITCHARD, 
M.; RAGNARSSON, S.; STEFANSSON, R. 
Iceland’s hot narrow plume (Poster) 

16:35 GUSEV, A.; PETROVA, N. 

Hot spots on the Russian craton and exogenetic 
manifestation of the Volga-Kama’s plume (Poster) 
16:40 END OF SESSION 


SE14 Modern rifts: plumes, kinematic con¬ 
ditions and lithospheric inhomogene¬ 
ities - Poster Session 

Convener: Deverchere, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Achauer, U.; Hansen, U. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

Co-sponsored by: Geosciences Azur UMR 6526, Univ. 
Pierre et Marie Curie, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France 
(GEOAZUR); Ecole et Observatoire des Sciences de la 
Terre, CNRS EP-533, Strasbourg, France (EOST 
Strasbourg), IGCP 400 "Geodynamics of Continental 
rifting" (UNESCO) 

Chairperson: Mechie, J. 

SE039 PETIT, C.; EBINGER, C.; BUROV, G. 

Rifting and flexure of the continental lithosphere: 
comparison between the east-African and Baikal 
rifts 

SE040 POPOV, A.M.; KISELEV, A.I. 

The Baikal rift as structural expression of 
pre-existing lithospheric inhomogeneities in 
cctitrHl .A.S13 

SE041 SOKOLOVA, YU.F.; MIRONOVA, N.A.; 
KARAKIN, A.V. 

Crustal structure of Baikal rift - inhomogeneities 
and evolution through geological time 
SE042 LESNE, O.; CALAIS, E.; DEVERCHERE, J.; 
CHERY, J.; HASSANI, R- 
Active deformation mechanisms in the Baikal rift 
zone using two-dimensional numerical models 
SE043 GUSEV, A.; PETROVA, N.; SHABALIN, N. 

Crustal melting of Volga-Ural oil bearing prov¬ 
ince by action of Volga-Kama’s plume 
SE044 EBINGER, C.; SLEEP, N. 

Cratonic roots, mantle plumes, and the east 
African rift system 

SE045 KHAN, M.A.; MECHIE, J.; JACOB, B.; 
KELLER, G.R.; MAGUIRE, P.K.H.; PRODEHL, 
C.; THYBO, H.; HAAK, V. 

The KRISP investigations of lithospheric struc¬ 
ture and dynamis of the Kenya rift 
SE046 DELVAUX, D., KUCHAI, O.; SANKOV, V.; 
DEHANDSHUTTER, B.; VAN DER MEER, R.; 
HENDRIKS, B.; PETIT, C. 

Transition from Baikal Rift to Altai-Sayan 
transpressional settings in east-central Asia 


SE047 ALLEN, R.M.; NOLET, G.; MORGAN, W.J.; 
VOGFJORD, K.; BERGSSON, B.H.; 
ERLENDSSON, P.; FOULGER, G.R.; 
JACOBSDOTTIR, S.; JULIAN, B.R.; 
PRITCHARD, M.; RAGNARSSON, S.; 
STEFANSSON, R. 

Iceland’s hot narrow plume 
SE048 GUSEV, A.; PETROVA, N. 

Hot spots on the Russian craton and exogenetic 
manifestation of the Volga-Kama’s plume 


SE 15 Crustal structure revealed by scientific 
drilling 

Convener: Lauteijung, J. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R3 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:45 PEZARD, P.A.; CELERIER, B. 

Structure and tectonic stresses in oceanic basement 
holes drilled by DSDP and ODP 
09:00 KliCK, J.; LAUTERJUNG, J.; WOHLGEMUTH, 
L. 

KTB Deep Crustal Lab - exploring the deep on the 
long-term 

09:15 KHRISTOFOROVA, N.N.; KHRISTOFOROV, 
A.V.;.MUSLIMOV, R.C.; PANARINA, G.I. 
Temperature distribution and anomalies in the crystal 
basement 

09:30 PECHNIG, R.; WOHLENBERG, J.; PEVZNER, L.; 
JUHLIN, CH. 

Logging for structures and crustal composition in the 
scientific borehole Uralskaya SG-4 
09:45 BOREVSKY, L.V.; MILANOVSKY, S. 

New data about peculiarities of physical properties 
in the Kola superdeep hole 

10:00 SOUPIOS, P.; AYARZA, P.; JUHLIN, C.; 
PAPAZACHOS, C.; TSOKAS, G. 

Seismic tomography image of the area near the Urals 
superdeep borehole SG4 (Poster) 

10:05 SMIRNOV, J.; KOUZNETSOVA, E.; GALDIN, N. 
Geophysical investigations on the base of the Kola 
superdeep borehole (Poster) 

10:10 AYARZA, P.; JUHLIN, C.; PEVZNER, L.; 
BLITNESOV, M.; HISMATULIN, T.; RYBALKA, 
A. 

Structure of the upper crust in SG4 borehole area 
from vertical incidende and VSP data (Poster) 

10:15 KOUZNETSOV, L; SVALOVA, V.; SMIRNOV, J.; 
KOUZNETSOVA, E. 

Crustal structure revealed by scientific drilling of the 
Kola superdeep borehole (Poster) 

10:20 END OF SESSION 


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SE15 Crustal structure revealed by scientific 
drilling - Poster Session 

Convener: Lauterjung, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE049 SMIRNOV, J.; KOUZNETSOVA, E.; GALDIN, 
N. 

Geophysical investigations on the base of the 
Kola superdeep borehole 

SE050 AYARZA, P.; JUHLIN, C.; PEVZNER, L.; 
BLITNESOV, M.; HISMATULIN, T.; 
RYBALKA, A. 

Structure of the upper crust in SG4 borehole area 
from vertical incidende and VSP data 
SE050A KOUZNETSOV, I.; SVALOVA, V.; SMIRNOV, 
J.; KOUZNETSOVA, E. 

Crustal structure revealed by scientific drilling of 
the Kola superdeep borehole 

SE050B SOUPIOS, P.; AYARZA, P.; JUHLIN, C.; 
PAPAZACHOS, C.; TSOKAS, G. 

Seismic tomography image of the area near the 
Urals superdeep borehole SG4 


SE16 3-D crustal imaging of France 

Convener: Ledru, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Fuchs, K.; Galdeano, A. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: RIO 
Chairperson: Gee, D.G. 

Editor: Ledru, P. 

08:30 PFIFFNER, O.A. 

sEi6-(x)i 3D crustal structure of the Swiss Alps: lateral 
changes in space and time (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 FRECHET, J.; BETHOUX, N.; CAMPILLO, M.; 
SEi6.(K)2 CATTANEO, M.; PAUL, A.; THOUVENOT, F.; 
AUGLIERA, P.; GUIGUET, R.; JENATTON, L.; 
LANZA, V.; PEDERSEN, H.; SPALLAROSSA, D.; 
SUE, C.; GEOF TEAM 

A dense temporary seismic network in the W. Alps 
09:15 PAUL, A.; THOUVENOT, F.; FRECHET, J.; 
sEi6-(x)3 CATTANEO, M.; SPALLAROSSA, D.; BETHOUX, 
N. 

Local earthquake tomography of the south-western 
Alps (Geofrance 3D 1996 experiment) 

09:30 SUE, C.; THOUVENOT, F.; FRECHET, J.; 
sEi6(K)4 TRICART, P. 

Present-day stress regime within the inner western 
Alps 

09:45 BUROV, E.B.; PODLADCHIKOV, Y.; 
sEi6-(K)5 GRANDJEAN, G.; BURG, J.-P.; KISSLING, E. 
Validation of multidisciplinary data using thermo¬ 
mechanical numerical modelling: application to the 
western Alps 

10:00 GRANET, M.; ACHAUER, U.; JUDENHERC, S. 
sEi6-(x)6 What do w? know about the lithosphere beneath 
France from seismic tomography and seismic 
anisotropy (Solicited Paper) 

10:30 BREAK 


Chairperson: Pfiffner, O.A. 

Editor: Ledru, P. 

11:00 GRANDJEAN, G.; BITRI, A.; DEBEGLIA, N.; 
SEI6-007 GUILLOCHEAU, F.; MENNECHET, C.; BUROV, 
E. 

The million Geofrance 3D project: a scientific 
platform for studying western European lithosphere 
11:15 GUENNOC, P.; BRUN, J.P.; ARMOR GROUP 
SEi6-(x)8 Cadomian tectonics in northern Britanny: results 
from geophysical imagery and 3D modelling at 
crustal scale 

11:30 BOISSONNAT, J.-D.; CALCAGNO, PH.; 
sEi6-(x» COURRIOUX, G.; GUILLEN, A.; NULLANS, S.; 
RENAUD, X.; REPUSSEAU, PH.; THIBAUT, M.; 
TRUFFERT, C. 

3D modelling: from cross-section editor to geophysi¬ 
cal computing 
11:45 BOSCH, M. 

sEifi-oio Lithologic inversion from plural geophysical data 
12:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Fuchs, K. 

Editor: Ledru, P. 

14:00 REHAULT, J.P.; GUENNOC, P.; DEVERCHERE, 
sEi6-()n J.; MAUFFRET, A.; BETHOUX, N.; BESLIER, 
M.O.; CONTRUCCI, I.; ROLLET, N.; CHAMOT- 
ROOKE, N.; TRUFFERT, C. 

Deep and shallow structure of the NW Mediterra¬ 
nean: new insights on the Ligurian Sea and margins 
(Solicited Paper) 

14:30 TRUFFERT, C.; COURRIOUX, G.; CALCAGNO, 
SEi6-()i2 PH.; THIBAUT, M.; GUENNOC, P. 

3D geometric and gravity modelling of the 
Cadomian orogeny (ARMOR project) 

14:45 CAUVIN, C.; GALDEANO, A.; EGAL, E.; 

SE16-013 TRUFFERT, C.; POZZI, J.P. 

Contribution of sample measurements to magnetic 
modelling of the French Cadomian belt 
15:00 LE BEGAT, S.; GRANDJEAN, G.; WYNS, R. 
SEI6-()14 Shallow crustal imaging of Armorican belt from 
ARMOR seismic profile 
15:15 SOBOLEV, S.V. 

SEi6-()i5 3-D mantle temperature and dynamics of the French 
Massif Central from integrated interpretation of 
seismic tomography, mantle xenoliths and surface 
heat flow (Solicited Paper) 

15:45 ROIG, J.Y.; MILESI, J.P.; FAURE, M.; 
sEi6()i6 TRUFFERT, C.; MALUSKI, H.; BOUCHOT, V.; 
GEOFRANCE 3D CARTOGRAPHY AND 
METALLOGENY TEAM 

Geological, geophysical and readiochronological 
invstigations in the French Massif Central. Conse¬ 
quences on the megastructure interpretations 
16:00 LE CARLIER DE VESLUD, C.; VIGNERESSE, 
SE16-017 J.L.; SCHOEFFLER, B.; ROIG, J.Y.; ROYER, J.J.; 
GEOFRANCE 3D TEAM 

3D modelling of the Argentat crustal zone 
(GeoFrance 3D Program) 

16:15 VIGNERESSE, J.L.; CUNEY, M.; AMEGLIO, L. 
sEi64)i8 Multiscale global 3D inversion on granitic plutons in 
the Massif Central France 
16:30 END OF SESSION 





SE16 3-D crustal imaging of France - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Ledru, P. 

Co-Convener(s); Fuchs, K.; Galdeano, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Ledru, P. 

Editor: Ledru, P. 

SE051 BERTRAND, E.; DESCHAMPS, A. 

SE 16-019 Lithospheric structure beneath the southern 

French Alps inferred by broad-band analysis 
SE052 COTTE, N.; PEDERSEN, H.; CAMPILLO, M. 
sEi 6 -() 2 () Analysis of surfaces waves in the French Alps by 
a dense broad-band station array 
SE053 JUDENHERC, S.; GRANET, M.; ACHAUER, 
SE16-()21 U.; MOCQUET, A.; POUPINET, G. 

3D imaging of the Hercynian suture in the 

French "Massif Armoricain" _ 

SE054 GALDEANO, A.; ASFIRANE, F.; TRUFFERT, 
SE16-()22 C.; CAUVIN, C. 

The Aeromagnetic map of Cotentin (NW France) 
SE055 ASFIRANE, F.; BOUCHOT, V.; 

SE 16-023 VIALLEFOND, L.; FEYBESSE, J.L.; 
BOURGUIGNON, A.; TRUFFERT, C. 

A new compilation of the aeromagnetic data of 
Massif Central, correlation to geological and 
geochemistry data (Geoffance 3D project) 

SE056 TRUFFERT, C.; BOUCHOT, V.; 

SE16.024 VIALLEFOND, L.; CALCAGNO, PH.; 
COURRIOUX, G.; THIBAUT, M.; ROIG, J.Y.; 
MILESI, J.P. 

3D gravity modelling of the south Limousin: 
insights of the gravity-geochemistry anomaly 
relationships 

SE057 MARTELET, G.; DIAMENT, M.; 

SE 16-025 CHARONNAT, X.; FAURE, M. 

A detailed gravity survey in Cevennes (south-east 
Massif Central): constraints on the 3-D crustal 
structure 

SE058 AMEGLIO, L.; TARDIF, H.; VIGNERESSE, 
SE16-026 J.L.; LE CARLIER DE VESLUD, C.; 

GEOFRANCE 3D TEAM 
3D modelling of the Blond and Vey nazes granitic 
massifs 

SE17 Dynamics of plate boundaries 

.1 Geodynamics of collision belts: 
stacking and exhumation processes 
- Poster Session 


SE138 SCHUSTER, K.; SPINDLER, S.; ENDERLE, 
U.; OETTINGER, G.; SCHULZE, A.; 
PRODEHL, C.; DEKORP RESEARCH GROUP 
The refraction seismic experiment GRANU95 - 
results and correlations with reflection profilings 
SE139 TRANOS, M.D.; KILIAS, A.A.; 
MOUNTRAKIS, D.M. 

Geometry and kinematics of the post-meta- 
morphic thrust system in the Circum Rhodope 
Belt (CRB) at the western margin of the Hellenic 
Hinterland (Greece) 

SE140 WAWRZENITZ, N.; KROHE, A. 

Blisters of hot middle crust in the north Aegean 
extensional region 

SE141 GESSNER, K.; LACKMANN, W.; RING, U.; 
PASSCHIER, C.W. 

The early-alpine tectonometamorphic history of 
the Menderes Massif, SW Turkey: implications 
for the evolution of the eastern Mediterranean 
SE142 PARPHENUK, O.I. 

Thermal-mechanical models of evolution of 
layered lithosphere in collisional belts 
SE143 CHAMINE, H.I.; FERNANDEZ, F.J.; FONSC- 
CA, P.; RIBEIRO, A. 

Unusual HT quartz c-axis fabric developed in the 
quartz-mylonites of the Espinho formation (Ossa- 
Morena zone, NW Portugal) 

SE144 SOKOLOV, S.D.; GRIGORIEV, V.N. 

Tectonic juxtaposition of oceanic coplexes along 
the northeastern Asian convergent boundary in 
the late mesozoic 

SE145 BONDARENKO, G.YE.; MOROZOV, O.L.; 
ALEKSUTIN, M.V.; CHAMOV, N.P.; 
KHUDOLEY, A.K.; LAYER, P.; 
LUTCHITSKAYA, M.V.; SILANTIEV, S.A. 
The tectonotype of paleolateral structures series 
of jurassic-Neocomian Siberia convergent margin 
(the Taigonos peninsula, NE of Russia) 

SE146 GIUNCHI, C.; RICARD, Y.; ALLEMAND, P.; 
GUILLOT, S. 

Mountain building and the role of phase transi¬ 
tions 

SE147 RING, U. 

Did erosion mainly exhume the Aegean 

SE148 PETRINI, K.; PODLADCHIKOV, Y. 

Non-lithostatic pressure during continental short¬ 
ening 

SE17 Dynamics of plate boundaries 

.1 Geodynamics of collision belts: 
stacking and exhumation processes 


Convener: Kilias, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Ring, U. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE137 ELLIS, S.; PFIFFNER, A.; BEAUMONT, C. 

Geodynamic models of crustal-scale episodic 
tectonic accretion in subduction zones 


Convener: Kilias, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Ring, U. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R3 
Chairpersons: Ring, U.; Kilias, A. 

09:00 RILLER, U. 

Proterozoic crustal kinematics and exhumation of 
deep-crustal rocks in the southern superior province 


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09:15 NEGA, M.; KRUHL, J.H.; KRENTZ, O.; 
LEONHARDT, D. 

Nappe stacking and exhumation of high-pressure 
rocks during continent collision: a Variscan scenario 
from the western Erzgebirge 
09:30 ECHTLER, H.P.; HETZEL, R. 

Non-extensional paleozoic high-P rock exhumation 
in the southern Urals 
09:45 SANDERS, C.A.E. 

The life cycle of the east Carpathian orogenic wedge 
10:00 PARTZSCH, J.H.; FREY, M.; SCHMID, S.M. 
The evolution of the Adula nappe (Switzerland): new 
data and the consequences for the evolution of the 
Penninic nappe edifice 

10:15 BRUNET, C.; MONIE, P.; JOLIVET, L.; CADET, 
J.-P. 

Geodynamic evolution of the northern Tyrrhenian 
Basin from ^^Ar/'**’Ar ages on micas along a transect 
from Corsica to Tuscany 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairpersons: Partzsch, J.H., Hetzel, R. 

11:00 CELLO, G.; MAZZOLI, S. 

Syn-collisional exhumation of HP-LT rocks in the 
Calabria-Lucania borderland area (southern Italy) 

11:15 FALALAKIS, G.; KILIAS, A.; MOUNTRAKIS, D. 
Cretaceous syn-metamorphic deformation of the 
Sebromacedonian metamorphic province (N. Greece) 
11:30 ELLIS, S.; PFIFFNER, A.; BEAUMONT, C. 

Geodynamic models of crustal-scale episodic tecton¬ 
ic accretion in subduction zones 
11:35 LIPS, A.L.W.; WHITE, S.H.; WIJBRANS, J.R. 

High pressure metamorphism in the Aegean region: 
when did it happen and what happened next? 

11:50 THOMSON, S.N.; STOCKHERT, B.; BRIX, M.R. 
Miocene high-pressure metamorphic rocks of Crete, 
Greece: rapid exhumation by buoyant escape 
12:05 JOHNSON, C.; RING, U.; HETZEL, R. 

Neogene denudation of the Menderes massif, Turkey 
12:20 AVDIS, V. 

The "stack of nappes" in western Crete 
12.35 ZORIN, YU.A. 

Geodynamics of the western part of Mongolia- 
Okhotsk collision belt: stacking and exhumation 
12:50 END OF SUB-SESSION 


SE17 Dynamics of plate boundaries 

.2 Active deformation along plate 
boundaries: measurements and 
models 

Convener: Calais, E. 

Co-Convener(s): Wdowinski, S. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 5 
Chairperson: Walpersdorf, A. 

09:00 REILINGER, R.; MCCLUSKY, S.; KING, R.; 
TOKSOZ, N.; BARKA, A.; DEMIR, C.; VEIS, G.; 
OUZOUNIS, A.; PRILEPIN, M.; KOTZEV, V.; 
GEORGIEV, I.; KAHLE, H.; PETER, Y.; SEEGER, 
H.; TEALAB, A. 

Velocity field for the eastern Mediterranean 


09:15 COHEN, S.C.; FREYMUELLER, J.T. 

Postseismic and interseismic deformation at the north 
America-Pacific plate boundary, southcentral Alaska, 
USA 

09:30 KLOTZ, J.; REIGBER, CH.; ANGERMANN, D.; 
MICHEL, G.- FORTH, R. 

Subduction-related deformation and long-term 
compression in the central and southern Andes 
derived from GPS 

09:45 CATTIN, R.; LYON-CAEN, H.; ARMIJO, R.; DE 
CHABALIER, J.-B.; RUEGG, J.-C. 

Modelling of the seismic cycle in subduction zones, 
application to northern Chile 

10:00 VILLEMIN, T,; JOUANNE, F.; GPS-TFZ TEAM 
1995-1997 surface deformation along the 
Husavik-Flatey transform fault and around its junc¬ 
tion with the northern volcanic zone in Iceland 
10:15 JOUANNE, F.; MUGNIER, J.L.; GAMOND, J.F.; 
LE FORT, P.; VIGNY, C.; FRENCH-NEPALESE 
IDYLHM TEAM 

Preliminary results of GPS measurements across 
western Nepal 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Reilinger, R.E. 

11:00 WALPERSDORF, A.; AMBROSIUS, B.A.C.; 
KAHAR, J. 

Interpretation of GPS observations in the triple 
junction area in Indonesia 

11:15 WALPERSDORF, A.; STEVENS, C.; 
AMBROSIUS, B.A.C.; KAHAR, J. 

Deformation in the Palu-Koro fault region (Sulawesi) 
observed by GPS 

11:30 DIXON, T.; DEMETS, C.; JANSMA, P.; MANN. 
P.; CALAIS, E. 

Relative motion between the Caribbean and North 
American Plates and related plate boundary zone 
deformation based on a decade of GPS observations 
11:45 BASTOS, L.; OSORIO, J.; BAPTISTA, P.; HEIN, 
G.; FERNANDES, R. 

Recent crustal dynamics in the Azores Archipelago 
derived from repeated GPS observations 
12:00 KAWAR, R.; BLEWITT, G.; DAVIES, P.; SMITH, 
A. 

Studying plate deformation using GIS and GPS 
technologies 

12:15 FRANKE, D.; HINZ, K. 

The structure of the crust and the upper mantle 
beneath the Laplev Sea in north-eastern Siberia 
12:30 MATOVA, M. 

Block mosaic and seismic manifestations in Bulgaria 
12:45 BETHOUX, N.; CALAIS, E.; OUILLON, G.; 
NICOLAS, M. 

Evaluation of present seismic deformation in the 
western Alps 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Chemenda, A. 

14:00 WDOWINSKI, S.; BEN-AVRAHAM, Z. 

Recent seismic activity at the edge of rift propaga¬ 
tion in the Gulf of Elat (Aqaba) 

14:15 CHANG, C.-P.; HUANG, C.-Y. 

Evolution of plate boundary in the Taiwan 
arc-continent collision terrane 





14:30 KUKOWSKI, N.; LALLEMAND, S.; 
MALAVIELLE, J. 

Interaction of two active decollements and antiformal 
stacking in sandbox accretionary wedges 
14:45 HEroBACH, O.; DREWES, H.; SOFFEL, H. 

A model of Mediterranean lithospheric deformation 
with finite elements 

15:00 SOLHEIM, L.P.; SILVER, P.G. 

A fluid intentor model for the deformation of conti¬ 
nental margins: a model for South America 
15:15 BUROV, E.B.; JAUPART, C.; POLIAKOV, A. 

Surface processes, subsurface heterogeneities and the 
lithospheric strengh in the compressional areas 
15:30 KUBO, A.; NOGI, Y. 

Present evolution of the Pacific-Australia-Antarctica 
triple junction based on slip vector deviations 
15:45 ROYER, J.-Y.; DYMENT, J. 

Integral deformation of the central Indian basin from 
Eocene plate reconstructions 

16:00 COUTAND, I.; ROPERCH, P.; CHAUVIN, A.; 
COBBOLD, P.R.; GAUTIER, P. 

Cretaceous and tertiary clockwise rotations in the 
Puna plateau (Argentina); tectonic implications for 
central Andes 

16:15 ANGELIER, J.; FONT, Y.; HU, J.-C.; 
LALLEMAND, S. 

Earthquake distribution and mechanisms, lithospheric 
structure and tectonic regimes; Taiwan 
16:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


SE17 Dynamics of plate boundaries 

.2 Active deformation along plate 
boundaries: measurements and 
models - Poster Session 

Convener: Calais, E. 

Co-Convener(s); Wdowinski, S. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Calais, E. 

SE149 TANG, J.-C.; CHEMENDA, A.; LALLEMAND, 

S.; HASSANI, R.; CHERY, J.; YANG, R.K. 
Gravity, seismicity and tectonic signature of 
arc-continent collision: results from physical and 
numerical modelling 

SE150 PAVLIS, E.C.; MERTIKAS, S.; KARALIOTIS, 
A.; FRANTZIS, X.; MBARTZOS, E. 
Aegean-African boundary tectonics from 
CRETE: Crete REgional Tectonic Experiment 


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EGS journals for the publication of your contribution 


SE17 Dynamics of plate boundaries 

.3 Seismological studies in convergent 
plate margins 

Convener: Kissling, E. 

Co-Convener(s): Polonia, A. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:45 SPALLAROSSA, D.; PAROLAI, S.; CATTANEO, 
M.; EVA, C. 

Nonlinear inversion of teleseismic P wave travel 
time residuals in north western Italy 
09:00 CHRISTOVA, C. 

Stress field distribution in the Tyrhenian region as 
deduced by inversion of earthquake focal mecha¬ 
nisms 

09:15 SOBOLEV, S.V.; ONCKEN, O.; ANCORP WORK¬ 
ING GROUP 

ANCORP’96: an image of fluid escape from subduc- 
tion zone in Andes? 

09:30 GUENDEL, F.; QUINTERO, R. 

Seismotectonics of Central America: a study of 
earthquake focal mechanisms 

09:45 MASSON, F.; DORBATH, C.; CARLIE, G.; 
MARTINEZ, C. 

Structure of the crust in Central Andes inferred from 
Poisson’s ratio 

10:00 LUESCHEN, E.; ANCORP WORKING GROUP 
ANCORP’96 - subduction zone in the central Andes 
imaged by seismic reflection survey 
10:15 GIAMPICCOLO, E.; MUSUMECI, C.; MALONE, 
S.; GRESTA, S.; PRIVITERA, E. 

Seismicity and stress tensor inversion in the central 
Washington Cascade Moutains (USA) 

10:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


SE17 Dynamics of plate boundaries 

.3 Seismological studies in convergent 
plate margins - Poster Session 

Convener: Kissling, E. 

Co-Convener(s): Polonia, A. 

Display Time; Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE151 QUINTERO, R.; GUENDEL, F. 

ID velocity model estimation in Costa Rica, 
Central America 

SE152 KODAIRA, S.; TAKAHASHI, N.; KINOSHITA, 
H.; MOCHIZUKI, K.; SHINOHARA, M. 

The Nankai trough seismogenic zone experiment: 
results of wide-angle OBS data 
SE153 SLANCOVA, A.; SPICAK, A. 

Delimitation of domains with uniform state of 
stress in the Wadati-Benioff zone beneath Java 
SE154 YEH, Y.T.; YU, T.-T. 

The characteristics of stress field in the Hualien 
area, eastern Taiwan revealed from earthquake 
rupture process 

SE155 RIETBROCK, A.; HABERLAND, CH.; GIESE, 
P. 

Velocity and Q tomography in the central Andes 
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SE19 The Trans European Suture Zone 
(TESZ) I 

Convener: Thybo, H. 

Co-Convener(s): Blundell, D.J.; Gee, D.G.; Guterch, A.; 

Pharaoh, T.C. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: HERMES 
Co-sponsored by: EUROPROBE 
Chairperson: Guterch, A. 

08:30 BLUNDELL, DJ. 

The legacy of the European geotraverse * 

08:45 PHARAOH, T. 

The Trans-European Suture Zone: a tectonic over¬ 
view 

09:00 POLONAISE WORKING GROUP; CZUBA, W.; 
GACZYNSKI, E.; GRAD, M.; GUTERCH, A.; 
JANIK, T.; MATERZOK, R.; SRODA, P.; MILDE- 
PIORKO, M.; LUND JENSEN, S.; THYBO, H.; 
HARDER, S.; KELLER, G.R.; MILLER, K.C.; 
LUOSTO, U.; YLINIEMI, L; SCHUSTER, K.; 
SCHULZE, A.; MOTUZA, G.; NASEDKIN, V.; 
LUND, C.E. 

POLONAISE’97 - international seismic experiment 
between Precambrian and Variscan Europe in Poland 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:30 KELLER, G.R. 

A summary of crustal structure along the 
Appalachian-Ouachita orogenic belt in North Ameri¬ 
ca: a comparison with the TESZ 
09:45 MUSACCHIO, G.; MOONEY, W.D. 

Composition, structure and evolution of Precambrian 
crust: evidence from VpWs ratios 
10:00 EUROBRIDGE SEISMIC WORKING GROUP 
EUROBRIDGE-95: deep seismic profiling within the 
east European craton 
10:15 PAULSSEN. H. 

NARS: seismic studies of the European mantle using 
mobile broadband stations 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Blundell, DJ. 

10:45 ABRAMOVITZ, T.; THYBO, H.; MONA LISA 
WORKING GROUP 

The Baltica-Avalonia Suture in the SE North Sea 
(Solicited Paper) 

11:15 WYBRANIEC, S.; ZHOU, S.; FORSBERG, R.; 
LEE, M.; DEMIANOV, G.; WONIK, T.; 
PERCHUC, E.; THYBO, H.; WILLIAMSON, J.P. 
European potential field data and their tectonic 
implications 

11:30 GRABOWSKI, J.; NAWROCKI, J. 

Remagnetization of Devonian carbonates from the 
Holy Cross Mts (central Poland) 

11:45 ELMING, S.-A.; MIKHAILOVA, N.P.; 
KRAVCHENKO, S. 

Palaeomagnetism of proterozoic rocks from the 
Ukrainian shield and the consolidation of the east 
European craton 

12:00 AYALA, C.; KIMBELL, G.S.; BROWN, D.; 
JUHLIN, C.; MENSHIKOV, Y.P. 

Magnetic evidence for the geometry of the eastern 
margin of the East European Craton 


12:15 BROWN, D.; NAVAREZ-MARRON, J.; JUHLIN, 
C.; PEREZ-ESTAUN, A.; PUCHKOV, V.; AYALA, 
C.; KIMBELL, G.; GOROZHANINA, Y. 
Crustal-scale structure of the footwall to the suture 
zone, southern Urals 

12:30 GIESE, U.; KATZUNG, G.; KRAMM, U. 

The TransEuropean Suture Zone in NE-Germany - 
Implications and constraints from structural studies, 
provenance analysis and isotope dating (Solicited 
Paper) 

13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Thybo, H. 

14:00 FRANKE, W.; ONCKEN, O. 

The Variscan belt in central Europe: geology and 
geophysics (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 LAMARCHE, J.; BERGEAT, F.; MANSY, J.L.; 
SWIDROWSKA, J.; WIECZOREK, J. 

Variscan to alpine paleo-stress evolution in the 
Teisseyre-Tornquist Zone (southern Poland) 

14:45 VEJBAEK, O.V. 

Deep structures in Danish sedimentary basins 
15:00 KRAWCZYK, C.M.; STILLER, M.; POLOM, U.; 
BASIN’96 WORKING GROUP 
The northern rim of the Central European Basin 
system - the offshore-onshore survey BASrN’96 
15:15 BAYER, U.; BARRIO-ALVERS, L.; BEILECKE, 
TH.; GOTZE, H.-J.; KRAWCYK, CH.; ONDRAK, 
R.; RABBEL, W.; SCHECK, M. 

Crustal structure of the NE-German basin, inferred 
from geological and geophysical data and models 
15:30 SHANNON, P.M.; JACOB, A.W.B. 

Crustal structure onshore and offshore Ireland: 
development from palaeozoic to recent time (Solicit¬ 
ed Paper) 

16:00 LANDES, M.; JACOB, A.W.B.; MASSON, F.; 
PRODEHL, C.; THYBO, H.; VARNET RESEARCH 
GROUP 

VARNET: a pophysical study of the Variscides and 
Caledonides in SW Ireland 

16:15 TTZ WORKING GROUP; GACZYNSKI, E.; 
GRAD, M.; GUTERCH, A.; JANIK, T.; 
MATERZOK, R.; SRODA, P.; LUOSTO, U.; 
KOMMINAHO, K.; YLINIEMI, J.; HOEING, K.; 
MAKRIS, J.; LUND, C.E. 

Crustal structure from deep seismic refraction and 
wide angle reflection experiment in the Teisseyre 
Tornquist zone in Poland (TTZ profile) 

16:30 GUTERCH, A.; GRAD, M.; KELLER, G.R.; 
THYBO, H. 

New international seismic project in the 
EUROPROBE TESZ/PANCARDI programme 
16:45 GUTERCH, A.; GRAD, M.; ANTONOWICZ, L. 
Crustal structure from seismic near vertical reflection 
data in the Polish basin 

Stand-by paper 

ASTAPENKO, V.V.; INGEROV, A.I.; 
ROKITYANSKY, LI. 

Comparison of geoelectric structure for Belorussian 
cristalline massive and Ukrainian shield 

17:00 END OF PART I 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


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SE19 The Trans European Suture Zone 
(TESZ) II 

Convener: Thybo, H. 

Co-Convener(s): Blundell, D.J.; Gee, D.G.; Guterch, A.; 

Pharaoh, T.C. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: HERMES 
Co-sponsored by: EUROPROBE 
Chairperson: Pharaoh, T.C. 

08:30 MEISSNER, R.; THYBO, H.; DEKORP 
RES-GROUP 

Caledonian and older terrane accretion in the 
south-west Baltic Sea (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 POLONAISE WORKING GROUP; THYBO, H.; 
JANIK, T.; GACZYNSKI, E.; GRAD, M.; 
GUTERCH, A.; KELLER, G.R.; MILLER, K.C.; 
JENSEN, S.L. 

A detailed seismic velocity model of the palaeozoic 
platform in NW Poland 

09:15 POLONAISE’97 WORKING GROUP; CZUBA, W.; 
GRAD, M.; GUTERCH, A.; SKODA, P.; THYBO, 
H.; KELLER, G.R.; LUOSTO, U.; YLINIEMI, J.; 
MOTUZA, G.; NASEDKIN, V.; LUND, C.E, 
POLONAISE’97 - seismic structure of the Precam- 
brian crust of eastern Europe along P3 profile 
09:30 POLONAISE’97 WORKING GROUP; 
WILDE-PIORKO, M. 

Teleseismic and local events recorded during 
POLONAISE’97 - data and preliminary interpreta¬ 
tion 

09:45 TOR WORKING GROUP; GREGERSEN, S. 

Baltic shield edge teleseismic tomography, project 
TOR 

10:00 ARLITT, R.; KISSLING, E.; ANSORGE, J. 

Effects of 3D crustal structure on teleseismic 
wavefronts registered at the TOR array 
10:15 HOCK, S.; KORN, M.; TOR WORKING GROUP 
Teleseismic P-coda studies along the TOR-profile 
10:30 GOSSLER, J.; WYLEGALLA, K.; BOCK, G.; 
TOR WORKING GROUP 

Anisotropy across the TESZ from shear-wave 
splitting 

10:45 END OF SESSION 


SE19 The Trans European Suture Zone 
(TESZ) - Poster Session 

Convener: Thybo, H. 

Co-Convener(s): Blundell, D.J.; Gee, D.G.; Guterch, A.; 
Pharaoh, T.C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Co-sponsored by: EUROPROBE 
Chairperson: Thybo, H. 

SE059 WYBRANIEC, S.; ZHOU, S.; FORSBERG, R.; 

LEE, M.; DEMIANOV, G.; WONIK, T.; 
PERCHUC, E.; THYBO, H.; WILLIAMSON, 
J.P. 

European potential field data and their tectonic 
implications 


SE060 KRAWCZYK, C.M.; STILLER, M.; POLOM, 
U.; BASIN’96 WORKING GROUP 
The northern rim of the Central European Basin 
system - the offshore-onshore survey BASIN’96 
SE061 PHARAOH, T.; EUROPROBE TESZ PROJECT 

PARTICIPANTS 

The Trans-European Suture Zone (TESZ) project 
SE062 YEGOROVA, T.P.; STAROSTENKO, V.I. 

Structure of the lithosphere below the transition 
zone between western Europe and east-European 
platform according to 3-D gravity modelling data 
SE063 MAKARENKO, G.F. 

The place consistency of the Tornquest zone in 
geological time 

SE064 DEMARCHE, J.; LEWANDOWSKI, M.; 
MICHALSKI, K.; MANSY, J.L.; 
SZULCZEWSKI, M.; BERGERAT, F. 

Structural and paleomagnetic dating of tectonic- 
related fracture fills 

SE065 RABBEL, W.; BEILECKE, T.; FREHERS, S.; 
DEKORP WORKING GROUP "NORTH GER¬ 
MAN BASIN" 

DEKORP basin 1996: recent results of the 
seismic wide-angle measurements 
SE066 MCCANN, T.; ONDRAK, R.; KRAWCZYK, 
C.M. 

Geological development of the NE German basin 
SE067 BUDWEG, M.; BUSCHE, H.; RABBEL, W.; 
WOELBERN, I.; TOR WORKING GROUP, 
DEKORP WORKING GROU 
TOR - teleseismic investigation of the Trans- 
european Suture Zone 

SE20 Aspects of the Carpathian-East 
Alpine-Pannonian geodynamics: the 
PANCARDI approach 

Convener: Tomek, C. 

Co-Convener(s): Neubauer, F. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R1 
Chairperson: Neubauer, F. 

Editor: Tomek, C. 

09:00 MARTON, E.; TOKARSKI, A.K.; MASTELLA, L. 
sE 2 o-(x)i Paleomagnetic results from tertiary Podhalle flysch, 
Polish West Carpathians 
09:15 MOSAR, J.; STAMPFLI, G.M. 
sE 2 iMK )2 Plate tectonics of the Apulia-Carpathian regions 
09:30 VOZAR, J.; TOMEK, C.; VOZAROVA, A. 

SE 2 () (K )3 Meliata, Hronic and Fatric orogenies of the west 
Carpathians revealed by deep reflection seismics in 
the east Slovakia 

09:45 PLASIENKA, D.; JANAK, M.; LUPTAK, B.; 
SE2()-(KM MILOVS KY, R.; FREY, M. 

Kinematics and metamorphism of a cretaceous core 
complex: the Veporic unit of the western 
Carpathians 

10:00 PANAIOTU, C.; PANAIOTU, C.E.; PICSKAY, Z.; 

SE2()-(X)5 ROSU, E. 

East clockwise rotation in the eastern Pancardi 
region during middle miocene 


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10:15 ZUCHIEWICZ, W.; TOKARSKI, A.K.; 

SE2(MK)6 RUBINKIEWICZ, J.; LEONOWICZ, P.; 
SZCZESNY, R.; MASTELLA, L. 

New data on structural history of Silesian and 
Magura nappes, outher Carpathians (Poland) inferred 
from analysis of cross-fold joints 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Tomek, C. 

Editor: Neubauer, F. 

11:00 NEMCOK, M.; COWARD, M.P.; SERCOMBE, 
sE2(M)n7 WJ.; KLECKER, R.A. 

Structure and contents of the west Carpathian accre¬ 
tionary wedge: insights from balancing and sandbox 
modelling 

11:15 TOKARSKI, A.K.; SWIERCZEWSKA, A. 
sE 2 o-(x )8 Structural development of inner part of the Magura 
nappe, outer Carpathians (Poland) 

11:30 ZEYEN, H.; BIELIK, M. 

SE2o-(K)9 Integrated lithospheric modelling in the western 
Carpathians 

11:45 LANKREIJER, A. 

sE2(i-oio Tectonic and rheologic evolution of sedimentary 
basins in the Pannonian-Carpathian area 
12:00 ZOETEMEUER, R.; VAN WEES, J.D,; 
sE2(M)ii BUBNIAK, I.; SLACZKA, A. 

3D-flexural modelling of the west- and east 
Carpathian transition zone: problem description and 
preliminary results 

12:15 HUISMANS, R.; PODLADCHIKOV, Y.; 
sE2(M)i2 CLOETINGH, S. 

Pannonian basin syn- and post-rift evolution: dynam¬ 
ic modelling of the transition from passive to active 
rifting 

12:30 KURZ, W.; UNZOG, W.; NEUBAUER, F. 
sE2(M)i3 Structural evolution of alpine eclogites: implications 
for alpine geodynamics 

12:45 NEUBAUER, F.; GENSER, J.; KURZ, W.; WANG, 

SE2()-<I14 X. 

Exhumation of the Tauern window, eastern Alps 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


SE20 Aspects of the Carpathian-East 

Alpine-Pannonian geodynamics: the 
PANCARDI approach - roster Session 

Convener: Tomek, C. 

Co-Convener(s): Neubauer, F. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance; Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Editors: Neubauer, F.; Tomek, C. 

SE068 KREJCI, O.; HUBATKA, F.; SVANCARA, J. 
sE2{i-()i5 Construction of the structural cross-sections 

through the Carpathian Flysh belt using the 
methods of the frequency analysis of the seismic 
and gravity data 

SE069 BIELIK, M.; SOTAK, J.; SEFARA, J.; BEZAK, 

SE20-()16 V. 

Lithosphere structure in the west Carpathian- 
Pannonian-east Carpathian triple junction area 
based on geophysical data 


SE070 JANAK, M.; SPISIAK, J.; PITONAK, P. 
sE2o-()i7 Pre-alpine metamorphism of the western 
Carpathians: the tatric unit 

SE071 HETTEL, S.; MULLER, B.; SPERNER, B. 
sE 2 o-()i 8 The stress field of the collision-subduction zone 
in SE-Romania 

SE072 SPISIAK, J.; HOVORKA, D. 

sE2(M)i9 Morb basalts from Maliata-Hallstatt Ocean 

(Meliata unit, inner western Carpathians) 

SE073 MARTIN, M.; LORENZ, F.P.; ONCESCU, 
sE2()-02() M.C.; WENZEL, F. 

Joint tomography inversion of the Carpathian arc 
in Romania 

SE074 GRABOWSKI, J.; NEMCOK, M. 

SE 2 (M) 2 i Summary of paleomagnetic and structural data 
from the central West Carpathians of Poland and 
Slovakia: evidence for the late Cretaceous-early 
Tertiary transpression 

SE075 TOKARSKI, A.K.; SWIERCEWSKA, A. 

SE 2 (M )22 Structural development of inner part of the 
Magura nappe, outer Carpathians (Poland) 
SE076 ZUCHIEWICZ, W. 

sE2()-()23 Neotectonic structures in the outer east 
Carpathians, Poland, in the light of morphometric 
studies 

SE077 NAZAREVYCH, A.V.; NAZAREVYCH, L.YE. 
SE2(M)24 Mechanics and rheology of the Earth’s crust of 
the Transcarpathians according to spatial-tempo¬ 
ral structure of seismogeoacoustic mode and a 
complex of geophysical data 
SE078 WILLINGSHOFER, E.; CLOETINGH, S.; 

SE2()-()25 NEUBAUER, F. 

Significance of Gosau basins for the upper 
cretaceous geodynamic history of the Alpine- 
Carpathian belt 

SE079 MAURITSCH, H.J.; SCHOLGER, R.; 

SE2(l-()26 HAUBOLD, H. 

Reconstruction of the geodynamic defelopment 
of the northern Calcareous Alps based on 
paleomagnetism - review and new data 
SE080 UNZOG, W.; KURZ, W. 

SE2(M)27 Microfabrics and CPO’s at different stractural 
levels of the eastern central Alps: implications 
for the rheological evolution of a collisional 
orogen 


SE21 Open session on seismology 

Convener: Rabbel, W. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 

Chairpersons: Dost, B.; Bokelmann, G. 

09:00 NISHIZAWA, O.; SATOH, T.; LEI, X. 

An accurate three-component observation of elastic 
waveform by using a laser Doppler vibrometer: a 
new method of physical modelling to study seismic 
waves in complex media 
09:15 SLEEMAN, R.; VAN ECK, T. 

Providing single station phase data to a seismic 
warning sytem 

09:30 DOST, B.; HAAK, H. 

Induced seismicity in the Netherlands 
09:45 BOKELMANN, G. 

Monitoring elastic-wave velocity variations in the 
Earth’s crust using machine noise 


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10:00 POHL, M.M.; WENZEL, F.; KIND, R.; 
PLENEFISCH, T.; KLINGE, K. 

Investigation of the crustal structure in south-east 
Germany using receiver functions 
10:15 SUETNOVA, E.; BALLING, N. 

Fluid pressure and seismic reflectivity in the lower 
crust 

10:30 KRASNOVA, M.A. 

Upper crust anisotropy in Iceland 
10:45 KOSLOFF, D.; KOREN, Z.; ZAKHEM, U. 

Geologically consistent tomographic subsurface 
structure determination from seismic data 
11:00 ANGELIER, J. 

A new direct inversion of earthquake focal mecha¬ 
nisms to reconstruct the stress tensor 
11:15 FINZI-CONTINI,G. 

Visco-elastic models (Maxwell & Kelvin) to inter¬ 
pret seismic evidences of certain Romagna-Marche 
Umbria earthquakes by L-transform methods (Italian 
Apennine) 

11:30 KUZNETSOV, V.V.; KHOMUTOV, S.Y.; 

PLOTKIN, V.V.; GREKHOV, O.E.; PAVLOV, 
A.F.; FEDOROV, A.N. 

The acoustic and electromagnetic phenomena in the 
atmosphere during the vibroseismic sounding 
11:45 END OF SESSION 
12:00 Business Meetings 

SE21 Open session on seismology - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Rabbel, W. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: van Eck, T. 

SE118 DOST, B.; VAN ECK, T.; SLEEMAN, R.; 
EVERS, L. 

Observations and research facilities for European 
seismology (ORFEUS) 

SE119 PATANE, D.; FERRARI, F. 

A PC-based programme using a multi-algorithm 
approach to automatic detection and location of 
local earthquakes 

SE120 LOMAX, A.; CATTANEO, M.; BETHOUX, N.; 

DESCHAMPS, A.; COURBOULEX, F.; 
DEVERCHERE, J.; VIRIEUX, J. 

Comparison of linear and non-linear earthquake 
locations for the 1995 Ventimiglia sequence 
SE121 HERAK, D.; HERAK, M.; KUK, V.; 
PRELOGOVIC, E. 

The Ston-Slano (Croatia) earthquake sequence of 
1996 

SE122 JANSKY, J.; KVANSICKA, M. 

Amplitude weighting of the fresnel volumes of 
P-waves in the Earth global model 
SE123 GOLDIN, S.; MITROFANOV, G.; 
BARYLNIKOV, A. 

Iterative methods in ray seismic tomography 
SEI24 GAFFET, S.; GLANGEAUD, F.; PISCERCHIA, 

P.-F.; NARDIN, M.; ROYER, L.; 
DEVERCHERE, J. 

Rinalig experiment on T wave measurement in 
Ligurian Sea 


SE22 Images of the continental lithosphere 
hy active seismic methods 

Convener: Rabbel, W. 

Co-Convener(s): Gallart Muset, J.; Thybo, H. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: R1 
Chairperson: Thybo, H. 

11:00 MARSELLA, E.; BIELLA, G.; DE FRANCO, R.; 
CORSI, A.; GIUNTINI, R. 

Deep structure from DSS data and tectonic setting of 
southern Apennines 

11:15 GALLART, J.; PULGAR, J.A.; CARBONELL, R.; 
DIAZ, J.; CORDOBA, D.; DANOBEITIA, JJ. 

The western ending of the Pyrenees: crustal structrue 
of the Basque-Cantabrian basin 
11:30 CONTRUCCI, L; NERCESSIAN. A.; BETHOUX, 
N.; MAUFFRET, A.; FERRANDINI, J. 

Deep structure of the North Tyrrhenian Basin from 
on land seismic recording and multi-channel seismic 
profiles 

11:45 CONTRUCCI, I.; NERCESSION, A.; MAUFFRET, 
A.; BETHOUX, N.; PASCAL, G. 

Deep structure of the Ligurian Sea long a Nice-Calvi 
line from on land seismic recording, multi-channel 
seismic profiles and expanded spread profiles 
12:00 DOS REIS, T.; MAUFRETT, A.; GALLAT, J.; 
VIDAL, N.; DIAZ, J. 

Deep structures of the Menorca margin from deep 
seismic survey 

12:15 GALLART, J.; VIDAL, N.; DIAZ, J.; MAUFFRET, 
A.; DOS REIS, T. 

Continental crust in the Menorca margin: velocity- 
depth constraints 

12:30 DELLA VEDOVA, B.; PELLIS, G.; PETRONIO, 
L.; TASSONE, A.; FEBRER, J.; RINALDI, C.; 
TENAP GROUP 

Seismic experiment across the northern tip of the 
Antarctic peninsula (TENAP project) 

12:45 ABRAMOVITZ, T.; BROCHER, T.M.; MOONEY, 
W.D. 

P- and S-wave velocity structure of the San Andreas 
fault system in the San Francisco Bay ara 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairpersons: Thybo, H.; Gallart Muset, J.; Rabbel W. 

14:00 MUSACCHIO, G.; WHITE, DJ.; ASUDEH, I. 

The LITHOPROBE western superior transect: a 
close look at the archean lithosphere 
14:15 STILLER, M.; JORN, K.; STEER, D.; 
DEKORP/URSEIS RESEARCH GROUP 
URSEIS’95 - new results after thorough reprocessing 
of the explosion-source reflection-profiling compo¬ 
nent 

14:30 ECHTLER, H.P.; STILLER, M.; URSEIS 
RESEARCH GROUP 

Preservation and origin of paleozoic collisional 
fabrics in the southern Urals - URSEIS’95 
14:45 LECERF, D.; ITZIN, M.; WENZEL, F.; 
CARBONELL, R.; MAKOVSKY, Y.; GALLART, 
J.; PEREZ-ESTAUN, A. 

The wide-angle Moho across the southern Urals 


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15:00 JUHOJUNTTI, N.; JUHLIN, C. 

Lower crustal reflectivity at the boundary between 
the Transscandinavian Igneous Belt and the 
Svecofennian Domain 

15:15 KORJA, A.; HEIKKINEN, PJ.; AARO, S. 

Crustal structure of the Bothnian Sea 
15:30 MASSON, F.; HAUSER, F.; JACOB, A.W.B.; 
LANDES, M. 

Lithospheric structure across the lapetus suture zone 
in Ireland: teleseismic observations along a con¬ 
trolled source profile 
15:45 BUSKE, S. 

3-D prestack migration of the IS089-3D data set 
16:00 RABBEL, W.; BOHLEN, TH.; POHL, M.; 
SIEGESMUND, S.; WEISS, TH. 

Shear wave anisotropy of laminated lower crust: 
seismic field data compared with laboratory data 
16:15 PERCHUC, E.; THYBO, H.; PAVLENKOVA, N. 
Variation in depth and character of the 400 km 
discontinuity 

16:30 KOVALEVSKY, V.V. 

The lithosphere tomography using super powerful 
vibrational sources 
16:45 END OF SESSION 


SE22 Images of the continental lithoimhere 
by active seismic methods - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Rabbel, W. 

Co-Convener(s): Gallart Muset, J.; Thybo, H. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairpersons: Rabbel, W.; Gallart Muset, J. 

SE081 STILLER, M.; TORN, K.; STEER, D.; 
DEKORP/URSEIS RESEARCH GROUP 
URSEIS’95 - new results after thorough repro¬ 
cessing of the explosion-source reflection-profi¬ 
ling component 

SE082 DE FRANCO, R.; BIELLA, G.; CORSI, A.; 
CAIELLI, G.; MAUFFRET, A.; CONTRUCCI, 
1 . 

Crustal structure of the northern Tyrrhenian from 
reflection-refraction data 

SE083 ZITELLINI, N.; SARTORI, R.; TORELLI, L. 

Structure and seismic stratigraphy of the lower 
Moroccan Atlantic margin off Meseta 
SE084 HAJNAL, Z.; NEMETH, B. 

Seismic signature of the lower crust and 
lithospheric mantle below the Trans-Hudson 
Orogen, Canada 

SE085 THYBO, H.; ZHOU, S.; PERCHUC, E. 

The transition from "cold" to "hot" areas of 
North America and the location of high seismici¬ 
ty zones 

SE086 MORDVINOVA, V.V.; VINNIK, L.P.; 

KOSAREV, G.L.; ORESHIN, S.I.; TREUSOV, 
A.V. 

The origin of the Baikal rift: hypotheses and 
seismic data 

SE087 HYVONEN, T.; SANINA, LA. 

Local tomographic study of southern Finland 


SE088 DOMASCHK, U.; SCHMIDT, J.; FLUH, E.R. 

Lithospheric investigation in the south eastern 
North Sea 

SE089 ALEKSEEV, A.S.; GLINSKY, B.M.; 
KOVALEVSKY, V.V. 

Active vibroseismic methods in modern seismol¬ 
ogy problems 

SE090 CHEN, K.-J.; JENG, Y. 

Investigation on shallow faults by seismic t* 
values 


SE23 Seismic anisotropy, scattering and 
attenuation 

Convener: Plomerova, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Bean, C.J. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: HERMES 
Chairperson: Plomerova, J. 

' Mantle - anisotropy 

08:30 FURLONG, K.P. 

Complex patterns of seismic anisotropy in regions of 
active tectonics (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 RUMPKER, G.; SILVER, P.G. 

Interpretation of shear-wave splitting observations in 
the presence of vertically-varying anisotropy 
09:15 PLENEFISCH, T.; KLINGE, K.; KRUEGER, F.; 
KIND, R. 

Anisotropy and structure of the upper mantle beneath 
the transition zone of Saxothuringicum and 
Moldanubicum 

09:30 GAO, S.; DAVIS, P.M.; LIU, H.; ZORIN, YU.A.; 
LOGACHEV, N.A. 

SKS splitting beneath the Baikal rift zone 
09:45 POLET, J.; KANAMORI, H. 

Anisotropy beneath California: shear wave splitting 
measurements using a dense broadband array 
10:00 BABUSKA, V.; PLOMEROVA, J. 

Seismic anisotropy and large-scale fabric of mantle 
lithosphere of Precambrian cratons 
10:15 DEBAYLE, E.; KENNETT, B.L.N. 

Anisotropy in the Australian upper mantle from 
waveform inversion 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Babuska, V. 

Mantle-anis. tomography, heter., scatt ... 

11:00 GRANET, M.; ACHAUER, U.; SOBOLEV, S. 

Isotropic tomographic inversion and anisotropic 
mantle: what do we miss? (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 JUDENHERC, S.; GRANET, M.; BOUMBAR, N. 
Anisotropic tomography of lithosphere beneath 
France using regional arrival times 
11:45 CARBONELL, R.; GALLART, J.; 
PEREZ-ESTAUN, A. 

Transition between different degrees of heterogeneity 
beneath the southern Urals 

12:00 TITTGEMEYER, M.; WENZEL, F.; RYBERG, T.; 
FUCHS, K. 

Scales of heterogeneities in the continental crust and 
upper mantle 


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12:15 IGEL, H. 

Scattering in the Earth’s mantle 
12:30 KOPNICHEV, YU.F. 

Space-time variations of shear wave attenuation field 
in lithosphere and asthenosphere of the North Tien 
Shan 

12:45 EGORKIN, A.V. 

Body wave attenuation in the crystalline crust and 
mantle from PNE data 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Bean, C.J. 

Crust 

14:00 HOLLIGER, K. 

Reference models of seismic heterogeneity in the 
lithosphere: a 1/f-perspective (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 BIANCO, F.; CASTELLANO, M.; DEL PEZZO, E. 

Seismic anisotropy in Italian volcanic areas 
14:45 FRENJE, L.; JUHLIN, C. 

Scattering attenuation and properties of random • 
media in 3D finite difference simulations 
15:00 GUILBERT, J.; POUPINET, X.; ALLEMAND, P. 
French Massif Central: determination and 

modelisation of P-wave attenuation _ 

15:15 PETROSINO, S.; LA ROCCA, M.; SACCOROTTI, 
G.; BIANCO, F.; CASTELLANO, M.; CARMONA, 

E.; IBANEZ, J.; DEL PEZZO, E. 

A seismic array on Mt. Vesuvius 
15:30 BIANCO, F.; CASTELLANO, M.; DEL PEZZO, 
E.; IBANEZ, J. 

Measurements of intrinsic and scattering attenuation 
at Mt. Vesuvius 

15:45 BEAN, C.J.; O’DOHERTY, K.; MCCLOSKEY, J. 

Scattered waves an an imaging tool 
16:00 JONES, C.; MEREDITH, P. 

An experimental study of elastic wave propagation 
and permeability anisotropy in crustal rocks 
16:15 END OF SESSION 


SE23 Seismic anisotropy, scattering and 
attenuation - Poster Session 

Convener: Plomerova, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Bean, C.J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Granet, M. 

SE091 MARGHERITI, L.; NOSTRO, C.; LUCENTE, 

F. P.; AMATO, A.; COCCO, M. 

Teleseismic shear wave splitting versus upper 
mantle heterogeneity in Italy 

SE092 HERAK, M.; LOKMER, I. 

Anisotropy of the P-wave velocity in the aea of 
central and southern external Dinarides, Croatia 
SE093 OANCEA, V. 

Global distribution of coda-Q factor 
SE094 VALES, D.; FITAS, A.; SENOS, M.L.; 
RAMALHETE, D.; CARRILHO, F. 

Anelastic attenuation in the north of Portugal 
SE095 CASTELLANO, M.; BIANCO, F.; VILARDO, 

G. 

Variations of the VpA^s ratio at Mt. Vesuvio 


SE096 CHEN, K.-J.; JENG, Y. 

The attenuation structures of body-wave and its 
tectonic implications in Taiwan area 
SE097 DRENNOV, A.F. 

A comparison of scattering components of seis¬ 
mic wave fields on rocky and loose grounds 
SE098 KALOGERAS, I.S.; BASKOUTAS, LG. 

Shear wave velocity differences in Aegean 
region, Greece, as inferred from Rayleigh wave 
dispersion 

SE099 YING, J.; SINGH, S. 

Anisotropy from genetic waveform inversion of 
multi-component wide-aperture seismic data 
SEIOO MITROFANOV, G.; NEFEDKINA, T.; 
GIRSHGORN, L. 

Aspects of Proni-transformation applying in 
seismic data processing 

SElOl MARTYNOV, V.N.; MIKHAILENKO, B.G. 

Some algorithms for calculation of synthetic 
seismograms in anisotropic media 
SE102 CHICHININA, T.L; OBOLENTSEVA, I.R. 

Accounting for spatial dispersion in seismic-wave 
propagation 

SE24 Seismic rupture processes: confronta¬ 
tion of observations and theory 

Convener: Ihmle, P.F. 

Co-Convener(s): Deschamps, A. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: R9 

Chairpersons: Ihmle, P.F.; Deschamps, A. 

08:30 COURBOULEX, F.; DEICHMANN, N.; GARIEL, 
J.C. 

Rupture process of the 1996 Epagny-Annecy earth¬ 
quake (French Alps) 

08:45 BOUCHON, M. 

Stress and friction on earthquake faults inferred from 
near-field seismic data 
09:00 THIO, H.K. 

Seismic moment and energy ratios for earthquakes in 
southern California 
09:15 IHMLE, P.F. 

On the interpretation of subevents in teleseismic 
waveforms: analysis of the deep Bolivia 1994 
earthquake 

09:30 MADARIAGA, R. 

Rupture dynamics in 3D: why is it always complex? 
(Solicited Paper) 

10:00 PERROT, J.; YOUNG, R.P.; BAKER, C. 

Earthquake rupture process in complex media using 
genetic algorithm based waveform inversion 
10:15 PEYRAT, S.; BUFORN, E.; MADARIAGA, R.; 
UDIAS, A. 

Seismic source studies of El Salvador earthquakes 
10:30 COCHARD, A.; IHMLE, P.F. 

Source tomography and frictional properties of large 
subduction zone earthquakes 
10:45 TAVERA, H.; BUFORN, E. 

Seismicity and seismotectonics of Peru 
11:00 END OF SESSION 


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SE24 Seismic rupture processes: confronta¬ 
tion of observations and theory - Post¬ 
er Session 

Convener: Ihmle, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Deschamps, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE169 AKSENOV, V.V.; LOCAICEK, T. 

Moving waves of deformation as a mechanism of 
seismic rupture process 
SE170 RYBICKI, K.R.; YAMASHITA, T. 

Faulting in a vertically inhomogeneous medium 
- negative stress drop barriers 
SE171 PERFETTINI, H.; STEIN, R.S.; SIMPSON, 
R.W.; COCCO, M. 

Effects of some previous earthquakes on the 
Loma Prieta rupture 

SE172 OZEL, N.; PINAR, A.; MORIYA, T.; 
KASAHARA, M. 

Source process of the 1993 Kushiro-Oki earth¬ 
quake 

SE173 LEBORGNE, S.; MADARIAGA, R. 

Modelling body waves at intermediate distances 
(17°-30°) with a Gaussian beam summation 
method 

SE174 IVANOV, V.V. 

Where will be the next great earthquake 
SE175 PATANE, D.; GIAMPICCOLO, E. 

Scaling relation between earthquakesize and 
duration of faulting for microearthquakes at 
Mount Etna Volcano (southern Italy) 


12:00 AMATO, A.; AZZARA, R.; BASILI, A.; 
CHIARABBA, C.; CIMINI, G.B.; COCCO, M.; DI 
BONA, M.; MARGHERITI, L.; MAZZA, S.; 
MELE, F.; SELVAGGI, G.; COURBOULEX, F.; 
DESCHAMPS, A.; GAFFET, S.; BITTARELLI, G.; 
CHIARALUCE, L.; PICCININI, D.; RIPEPE, M. 
Main shocks and aftershocks of the 1997 
Umbria-Marche (Italy) earthquake sequence 
12:20 CATTANEO, M.; DE LUCA, G.; GORINI, A.; 
MICHELINI, A.; MONACHESI, G.; PONZIANI, 
F.; XGUMS 

Umbria-Marche earthquake sequence: the contribu¬ 
tion of the Umbria, Marche and Abruzzo local 
seismic networks 

12:40 DIETRICH, M.; GAFFET, S.; CASERTA, A.; 
BOUCHON, M.; CORNOU, C.; COURBOULEX, 
F.; CULTERA, G.; GLOT, J.-P.; GUIGUET, R.; 
MARRA, F. 

A site effect study during the 1997 Umbria-Marche 
earthquakes I: field investigations 

Stand-by paper: 

FRANCESCHETTI, G.; SALVI, S.; SANSOSTI, E.; 
STRAMONDO, S.; TESAURO, M. 

Coseismic surface displacment during the Colfiorito 
(central Italy) earthquake retrieved by SAR interfer¬ 
ometry * 

13:00 END OF SESSION 


SE24.1 The Umbria-Marche earthquake se- 
uence of 1997: first results - Poster 
ession 


SE24.1 The Umbria-Marche earthquake se¬ 
quence of 1997: first results 

Convener: Ihmle, P.F. 

Co-Convener(s): Amato, A. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R9 

Chairpersons: Amato, A.; Ihmle, P.F. 

11:00 GALLI, P.; BASILI, R.; BOSI, V.; GALDINI, F.; 
MEGRAOUI, M.; MESSINA, P.; MORO, M.; 
SPOSATO, A. 

The central Italy earthquake of September-October 
1997: geological effects and seismotectonic hypothe- 

S6S 

11:20 VITTORI, E.; CELLO, G. DEIANA, G.; 
MANGANO, P.; MAZZOLI, S.; TONDI, E.; 
FERRELL L.; MASCHIO, L.; MICHETTI, A.M.; 
SERVA, L.; VITTORI, E. 

Geological effects of the September 26, 1997 earth¬ 
quakes in central Italy 

11:40 MORELLI, A.; OLIVIERI, M.; EKSTROM, G.; 
DZIEWONSKI, A.M.; BOSCHI, E. 

Source properties of the central Italy earthquake 
sequence of September-October 1997 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


Convener: Ihmle, P.F. 

Co-Convener(s): Amato, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:{K) 

Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE176 BERARDI, R.; ENEL ACCELEROMETRIC 
NETWORK WORKING GROUP; MARSAN, P.; 
SSN SEISMIC MONITORING WORKING 
GROUP; DESCHAMPS, A.; NICE UNIVERSI¬ 
TY RESEARCH GROUP; DI BONA, M.; ING 
RESEARCH GROUP 

Strong ground motions during the 1997 
Umbria-Marche earthquake sequence 
SE177 ZOLLO, A.; BONGIOVANNI, G.; HERRERO, 
A.; MARCUCCI, S.; MILANA, G. 

The 1997 Colfiorita earthquake sequence (central 
Italy): insights on the mainshock ruptures from 
near source strong motion records 
SE178 BOUCHON, M.; GAFFET, S.; CORNOU, C.; 
DIETRICH, M.; GLOT, J.-P.; COURBOULEX, 
F.; CASERTA, A.; CULTRERA, G.; GUIGUET, 
R. 

Evidence for high vertical accelerations during 
the 1997 Umbria-Marche (central Italy) earth¬ 
quakes 

SE179 SARAO, A,; ROMANELLI, F.; COSTA, G.; 
PANZA, G.F. 

Source inversion and macroseismic modelling for 
the Umbrian-Marche main events 


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SE180 CATTANEO, M.; MICHELINI, A.; MILANA, 
G.; XGUMS, 

Umbria-Marche earthquake sequence: seismicity 
and velocity structure to the south of the town of 
Sellano 

SE181 CATTANEO, M.; MICHELINI, A.; MILANA, 
G.; XGUMS 

Umbria-Marche earthquake sequence: the 
GNDT-UNIGE/OGS-DINMA and SSN seismic 
network 

SE182 DE MARTINI, P.M.; MARCHIONI, A.; 
VALENSISE, G. 

Pre-seismic slip on the 26/IX/1997, Umbria- 
Marche earthquake fault? Unexpected clues from 
a comparison of seismometric and leveling data 
SE183 HUNSTAD, L; ANZIDEI, M.; BALDI, P.; 
GALVANI, A.; PESCI, A. 

GPS observations of co-seismic displacement of 
the Umbria-Marche seismic sequence 
SE184 NOSTRO, C.; COCCO, M.; EKSTROM, G. 

Static stress changes and fault interaction during 
the 1997 Umbria-Marche earthquake sequence 
SE185 RIPEPE, M.; BITTARELLI, G.; 

CHIARALUCE, L.; PICCININI, D.; POGGI, P. 
Origin of the sound produced by the Calfiorito’s 
eardiquakes 

SE186 CINTI, F.; CUCCI, L.; MARRA, F.; 
MONTONE, P. 

Preliminary analysis of the surface effects pro¬ 
duced by the Umbrian-Marche seismic sequence 
and possible seismotectonic implications 
SE187 GALADINI, F.; GALLI, P.; LESCHIUTTA, I.; 
MONACHESI, G.; STUCCHI, M. 

The September-October 1997 Umbria-Marche 
(central Italy) earthquake sequence in the seis¬ 
micity and the active tectonics framework of the 
central Apennine 

SE188 BONCIO, P.; LAVECCHIA, G. 

Regional seismotectonic context of the 
September-October 1997 Colfiorito earthquakes 
(central Italy) 

SE189 MEGHRAOUI, M.; BOSI, V. 

Rupture geometry and structural control of fault 
fragments during the Colfiorito earthquake 
sequence of Sept.-Oct. 1997 

SE190 GAFFET, S.; COURBOULEX, F.; CORNOU, 
C.; CASERTA, A; BOUCHON, M.; 
CULTRERA, G.; DIETRICH, M.; GLOT, J.-P.; 
GUIGUET, R.; MARRA, F. 

A site effect study during the 1997 Umbria- 
Marche (central Italy) earthquakes II: preliminary 
results 

SE191 CASERTA, A.; MARRA, F.; ROVELLI, A. 

Effects of local amplification at two strong- 
motion stations as inferred from small after¬ 
shocks during the Umbria-Marche seismic se¬ 
quence 


Attend the Poster Session 


SE25 High-resolution seismics: theory, 
methods and applications 

Convener: Lykke-Andersen, H. 

Co-Convener(s): Brancolini, G. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room; R3 
Chairperson: Juhlin, C. 

08:45 GIBERT, D.; HOLSCHNEIDER, M.; SARACCO, 

G.; VALERO, H.P. 

Development and optimization of new methods to 
deconvolve data of instrumental devices: y version 
09:00 BIRYULINA, M.S.; RYZHIKOV, G.A. 

Sharp deconvolution with application to suppression 
of multiples 

09:15 GIBERT, D.; SARACCO, G.; VALERO, H.P. 

Analyzing and filtering of complex wavetrains in 
borehole with the continuous wavelet transform: y 
version 

09:30 DEBSKI, W. 

Optimal grid choice for linear tomography problems 
09:45 TOTH, T.; HORVATH, F.; NAGYMAROSY, A.; 
SMPKIN, P.; VIDA, R. 

Application of high-resolution seismics on rivers for 
neotectonic and river dynamics studies 
10:00 VIDA, R.; TOTH, T.; MAGYARI, O. 

Ultra-high resolution seismis on the lake Balaton, 
Hungary, processing and interpretation 
10:15 CAMERLENGHI, A.; REBESCO, M.; DESANTIS, 
L.; DOMACK, E.W.; KIRBY, M.E. 

High resolution seismic stratigraphy of Plamer Deep: 
a fault bounded late quaternary sediment trap in 
inner continental shelf, Antarctic Peninsula Pacific 
margin 

10:30 END OF SESSION 


SE25 High-resolution seismics: theory, 
methods and applications - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Lykke-Andersen, H. 

Co-Convener(s): Brancolini, G. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson; Rebesco, M. 

SE125 HOLSCHNEIDER, M.; SARACCO, G. 

Generating of directional Bessel beams from 
sources in a hyperplan: application in geosismic 
exploration. Submission: y version 
SE126 GERMA, P.-H.; PERROUD, H.; ROUSSET, D.; 
SENECHAL, G. 

Near surface seismic experiments on an anticlinal 
flank. Field and numerical data 
SE127 GIBERT, D.; SARACCO, G.; VALERO, H.P. 

Development and optimization of a method of 
seismic endoscopy in borehole imaging: y version 
SE128 NORMARK, E.; LYKKE-ANDERSEN, H.; 
ODEGAARD, J. 

Screw seismics 
SE129 JUHLIN, C. 

Experiences from shallow reflection seismics 
over granitic rocks in Sweden 


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SE130 HUUSE, M. 

high resolution seismic surveying in the eastern 
Danish North Sea 

SE131 LETH, J.O.; HUUSE, M.; NORMARK, E. 

Multi-scale seismic investigations, Danish North 
Sea - illustrated by detailed mapping of the Ruby 
salt diapir 

SE26 3-D seismic modelling and high per¬ 
formance computing 

Convener; Seron, FJ. 

Co-Convener(s): Maggio, F.; Sabadell, FJ. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 LUZON, F.; SANCHEZ SESMA, FJ.; GIL, A.; 
POSADAS, A.; CANABATE, M.; NAVARRO, M. 
Seismic response of 3D topographical irregularities 
under incoming elastic waves from point sources 
14:15 JANOD, F.; COUTANT, O. 

3D seismic modelling of a topography using a 
time-domain boundary element method 
14:30 RODRIGUES, D. 

Large scale 3D modelling of seismic wave propaga¬ 
tion on a massively parallel machine 
14:45 SABADELL, J.F.; SERON, F.J.; BADAL, J. 

A multiblock algorithm for parallel wave propaga¬ 
tion 

15:00 SERIANI, G. 

3-D spectral element-by-element wave modelling on 
Cray T3E 

15:15 OPRSAL, L; PAKZAD, M.; ZAHRADNIK, J. 

Hybrid modelling of ground motions at a sedimenta¬ 
ry basin 

15:30 CASADEI, F.; GABELLINI, E.; MAGGIO, F.; 
QUARTERONI, A. 

3D seismic modelling of complex media by the 
mortar method 

15:45 FISCHER, R.; TROMP, J. 

Preudospectral methods for global seismology 
16:00 IGEL, H. 

3-D numerical seismic modelling in global seismolo¬ 

gy 

16:15 MARTINEZ, M.D.; LANA, X.; BADAL, J.; 
CANAS. J.A.; PUJADES, L. 

Simulated annealing in 3-D seismic modelling: 
elastic structure of the Mediterranean basin from 
Rayleigh wave velocity dispersion data 
16:30 DCHANDOL, P.; ROUSSET, D. 

Treatment of corner and boundary effects in 
elastodynamic numerical simulation 
16:45 SERON, F.J.; SABADELL, F.J.; BADAL, J.; 
MARTIN, J.M. 

Modelling techniques for volumetric reconstmction 
of Earth structures 
17:00 YAO, Z.S.; ROBERTS, R.G. 

A practical regularization in Krylov space for seis¬ 
mic tomography 
17:15 END OF SESSION 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


SE27 Mechanics of tectonic and volcanic 
earthquakes (co-sponsored by NP) 

Convener: Sileny, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Panza, G.F. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R9 
Chairperson: Panza, G.F. 

14:00 VAVRYCUK, V.; SILENY, J. 

Focal mechanism determination in anisotropic media: 
numerial study 

14:15 DUFUMIER, H.; RIVERA, L. 

On the resolution of the isotropic component in 
moment tensor inversions 
14:30 JECHUMTALOVA, Z.; SILENY, J. 

Error estimate of the mechanism by Monte Carlo 
simulation 

14:45 PANZA, G.F.; ENGELL-SOERENSEN, L. 

Earthquake moment tensor and source location 
retrieval using three-component waveform data 
15:00 DAHM, T.; MANTHEI, G.; EISENBLATTER, J. 
Automized moment tensor inversion of fluid-induced 
micro-seismicity in salt 

15:15 PAKZAD, M.; ZAHRADNIK, J.; MELIS, N. 

Low frequency spectral method for focal mecha¬ 
nisms of weak earthquakes in western Greece 
15:30 KRAVANJA, S.; SILENY, J.; PANZA, G.F. 

Full moment tensor retrieval in geothermal areas * 
15:45 SARAO, A.; PANZA, G.F. 

Robustness of point source moment tensor retrieval 
in the Etna volcanic area 
16:00 DOMINGUEZ, T.; ZOBIN, V. 

Seismic modelling of explosion earthquakes of Mt. 
Arenal volcano, Costa Rica 

16:15 ARDELEANU, L.; RADULIAN, M.; SILENY, J.; 
PANZA, G.F. 

Seismic moment tensor of weak crustal earthquakes 
of Vrancea (Romania) retrieved by waveform inver¬ 
sion 

16:30 RADULIAN, M.; POPA, M. 

Are the source parameters of the Vrancea (Romania) 
subcrustal earthquakes depth dependent? 

16:45 GUDMUNDSSON, A. 

Rift-zone and off-rift earthquakes in Iceland 
17:00 WIEMER, S.; WYSS, M. 

Correlation of anomalously high b-values with 
magmatic activity 
17:15 END OF SESSION 


SE27 Mechanics of tectonic and volcanic 
earthquakes (co-sponsored by NP) - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Sileny, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Panza, G.F. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Sileny, J. 

SE192 PAKZAD, M.; ZAHRADNIK, J.; MELIS, N. 

Low frequency spectral method for focal mecha¬ 
nisms of weak earthquakes in western Greece 


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SE192A POPA, M.; RADULIAN, M. 

Testing of the empirical Green’s fuction 
deconvolution capability in the special case of 
Vrancea subcrustal earthquakes 
SE193 CORREIG, A.M.; URQUIZU, M.; VILA, J.; 
MANRUBIA, S.C. 

Aftershock series of event February 18, 1996: an 
interpretation in terms of self-organized criticality 
SE194 NAZAREVYCH, L.YE. 

Geomechanics of the Earth’s crust of the 
transcarpathians and mechanisms of local earth¬ 
quakes according to macroseismic data 

SE28 Open session on volcanology, geochem¬ 
istry and petrology 

Convener: Jakes, P. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R1 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:45 TRYGGVASON, A.; BENZ, H.M.; 
ROGNVALDSSON, S.TH. 

Seismic travel time tomography studies of two 
volcanoes, the Long Valley Caldera, California, and 
the Hengill volcano, Iceland 

09:00 BIANCO, F.; CARMONA, X.; CASTELLANO, M.; 
IBANEZ, L; LA ROCCA, M.; MARESCA, R.; 
PETROSINO, S; SACCOROTTI, G. 

Wave field analysis of the seismic noise at the Mt. 
Vesivius, Italy, applying array techniques 
09:15 MULLER, M.; HORDT, A.; NEUBAUER, F.M. 

Surveying the Vesuvius by transient electromagnetics 
09:30 KONSTANTINOVSKAIA, E.; BRUNEL, M.; 
MALAVIEILLE, J. 

The microstructural and geochemical evidences of 
the slow-speading rift environments controlling 
tectonomagmatic evolution of the upper paleozoic 
peridotite from the Anyemaqen ophiolite suture zone 
(Tibet) 

09:45 PEREPELOV, A.B. 

Classification of volcanic rock series: an experience 
from the Kamchatka island-arc system 
10:00 SCHARFMAN, V.S.; KOSTINA, R.L; SOBOLEV, 
R.N. 

Facial analysis as a basis for geological mapping 
ancient volcanic edifice 
10:15 PE-PIPER, G.; PIPER, D.J.W. 

Tectonic significance of Nd, Sr and Pb isotopic 
composition of Cenozoic magmatism in the Aegean 
area 

10:30 END OF SESSION 


SE29 Continental roots: their petrology, 
geochemistry and geophysical features 

Convener: Jakes, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Dragoni, M. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: RIO 
-Chairperson: N.N. 

38:45 PELTIER, W.R.; PARI, G. 

Subcontinental downwelling: the roots are unstable 
(Solicited Paper) 


09:15 DE SMET, J.H.; VAN DEN BERG, A.P.; VLAAR, 
N.J.; YUEN, D.A. 

The development of continental roots: a numerical 
upper mantle decompression melting model 
09:30 JONES, A.G.; FERGUSON, LJ. 

The absent lower crustal conductor 
09:45 CRAMBES, C.; TAIT, S. 

Melting of thickened continental crust by the passage 
of basaltic dykes 

10:00 BOERNER, D.E.; KURTZ, R.D.; CRAVEN, J.A.; 
ROSS, G.M.; JONES, F.W. 

Geophysical evidence of mantle involvement in 
paleoproterozoic orogenesis 

10:15 MILANOVSKY, S.; KABAN, M.; EGORKIN, A.; 
VELIKIN, S.; SNEGIREV, A. 

Geological and geophysical peculiarities of the 
Anabar shield curst like an example of exposed 
lower continental crust 
10:30 ARTEMIEVA, I. 

Subcrustal temperatures in Precambrian cratons: a 
comparative study 
10:45 END OF SESSION 


SE31 Mechanics and thermalfluid-dynamics 
of volcanic processes: modelling, ob¬ 
servations and laboratory experiments 
(co-sponsored by NP) 

Convener: de Natale, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Allard, P.; Bonafede, M. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ATHENA 

Co-sponsored by: Microgravity Advanced Research and 
Support Centre, Naples, Italy 
Chairperson: Bonafede, M. 

08:30 GUDMUNDSSON, A. 

Effects of stress fields on the intrusion and extrusion 
frequencies of central volcanoes 
08:45 JENTZSCH, G.; KRONER, C.; HAASE, O.; 
WINTER, U. 

Mayon volcano; Philippines: modelization of stress 

09:00 CAYOL, V.; DIETERICH, J.; OKUBO, P. 

Use of earthquakes and deformations as remote 

ctrpQC-tnptpr^ 

09:15 BARBERI, G.; COCINA, O.; NERI, G.; 
PRIVITERA, E.; SPAMPINATO, S. 

Space-time patterns of seismicity and stress-strain 
parameters at Mt. Etna, Sicily: volcanic and tectonic 
implications 
09:30 BRIMICH, L. 

Thermo-viscoelastic models of the deformations and 
gravity changes due to the magmatic bodies of 
prismatic shape 

09:45 BONAFEDE, M.; MAZZANTI, M. 

Modelling gravity variations consistent with ground 
deformation in the Campi Flegrei Caldera (Italy) 
10:00 OBRIZZO, F.; PINGUE, F.; TROISE, C.; DE 
NATALE, G. 

Coseismic displacements and creeping along the 
Pemicana Fault (Etna, Italy) in the last seventeen 
years: a detailed study of a tectonic structure on a 
volcano 


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10:15 CHIARABBA, C.; AMATO, A.; DELANEY, P.T. 
Crustal structure and unrest episodes at the Alban 
Hills volcano, central Italy 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Kilburn, C. 

11:00 GAETA, F.S.; TROISE, C.; DE NATALE, G.; 
MASTROLORENZO, G.; PINGUE, F.; PELUSO, 
F.; CASTAGNOLO, D.; MITA, D.G. 

A mechanical-thermalfluid-dynamical model for 
Campi Flegrei unrest episodes: possible evoltuin 
towards critical phenomena (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 NATALE, G.; SALUSTI, E.; TROISI, A. 

Rock deformation and fracturing processes due to 
nonlinear shock waves propagating in hyperthermal 
fluid-saturated domains 

11:45 MACEDONIO, G.; LONGO, A.; CIATTI, E. 

Numerical modelling of magma withdrawal from 
compositionally stratified magma chambers 
12:00 DAHM, T. 

An empirical green function approach to study the 
rupture of fluid-induced micro-earthquakes 
12:15 HELLWEG, M. 

Physical source models for harmonic tremor 
12:30 SCARPA, R.; MARTINI, M.; SACCOROTTI, G.; 
DE LUCA, G.; CHOUET, B.; DAWSON, P.; 
FILIPPI, L.; ZAMBONELLI, E; MILANA, G.; 
MARCUCCI, S.; CATTANEO, M. 

Preliminary results from a broadband seismic experi¬ 
ment at Stromboli Volcano, Italy 
12:45 TRIGILA, R.; PALLADINO, D.M.; TADDEUCCI, 
J.; SCARLATO, P. 

A new pressure vessel for magma- and rock-HjO 
interaction studies 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: de Natale, G. 

14:00 KILBURN, C.RJ.; VOIGHT, B. 

Slow rock fracture as an eruption precursor at 
Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat (Solicited Paper) 
14:30 PAPALE, P. 

Numerical modelling of magma ascent along volca¬ 
nic conduits 

14:45 NERI, A.; MACEDONIO, G.; GIDASPOW, D. 
Multiphase flow modelling and simulation of explo¬ 
sive volcanic processes 
15:00 TALLARICO, A.; DRAGONI, M. 

Viscous flow in a channel: application to lava flows 
15:15 ACOCELLA, V.; FUNICIELLO, R.; SALVINI, F. 
Transfer structures and volcanic activity along the 
Tyrrhenian margin fo central Italy 
15:30 TEDESCO, D.; NAGAO, K. 

Seismic activity at the Solfarata crater (Campi 
Flegrei caldera) shows different sources mixing of 
fumarolic fluids and possible parameters to forecast 
the occurrence of new earthquakes 
15:45 DE GORI, P.; AZZARA, R.; BERTRAND, E.; 
CAPUANO, P.; CHARABBA, C.; CIACCIO, M.G.; 
CIMINI, G.B.; DE NATALE, G.; DESCHAMPS, 
A.; GODANO, C.; TAYLOR, J.; TROISE, C. 

The BROADVES seismic experiment: first results on 
the lithospheric structure beneath the Campanian 
region around the Vesuvius volcano (Poster) 


15:50 TROISE, C. 

Stress changes associated with volcanic sources: an 
example from Kilauea rift eruptions (Poster) 

15:55 AVINO, R.; BERRINO, G.; CAPALDI, G.; PECE, 
R. 

Temporal variations in groundwaters radon content 
and geophysical activity in Campi Flegrei (southern 
Italy) (Poster) 

16:00 MASTROLORENZO, G.; D’ALESSIO, G. 

Comparative study of pyroclastic deposits in Campi 
Flegrei (southern Italy): evidences of recurrent 
eruptive and depositional mechanisms (Poster) 
16:05 lABOCS, F.; FRIEDEL, S. 

Large scale resistivity imaging at Merapi volcano 
(Poster) 

16:10 Concluding Remarks 
16:30 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


SE31 Mechanics and thermalfluid-dynamics 
of volcanic processes: modelling, ob¬ 
servations and laboratoi^ experiments 
(co-sponsored by NP) - Poster Session 

Convener: de Natale, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Allard, P.; Bonafede, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

Co-sponsored by: Microgravity Advanced Research and 
Support Centre, Naples, Italy 
Chairperson: Allard, P. 

SE195 DE GORI, P.; AZZARA, R.; BERTRAND, E.; 
CAPUANO, P.; CHARABBA, C.; CIACCIO, 
M.G.; CIMINI, G.B.; DE NATALE, G.; 
DESCHAMPS, A.; GODANO, C.; TAYLOR, J.; 
TROISE, C. 

The BROADVES seismic experiment: first 
results on the lithospheric structure beneath the 
Campanian region around the Vesuvius volcano 
SE196 TROISE, C. 

Stress changes associated with volcanic sources: 
an example from Kilauea rift eruptions 
SE197 AVINO, R.; BERRINO, G.; CAPALDI, G.; 
PECE, R. 

Temporal variations in groundwaters radon 
content and geophysical activity in Campi Flegrei 
(southern Italy) 

SE198 MASTROLORENZO, G.; D’ALESSIO, G. 

Comparative study of pyroelastic deposits in 
Campi Flegrei (southern Italy): evidences of 
recurrent eruptive and depositional mechanisms 
SE199 JABOCS, F.; FRIEDEL, S. 

Large scale resistivity imaging at Merapi volcano 


Attend the Business Meeting of your Section 

on Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, Lecture Room RIO 


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SE32 Crustal melting in nature and experi¬ 
ment 

Convener: Kotkova, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Patino-Douce, A. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 

Chairpersons: Kotkova, J.; Nabelek, P. 

Editors: Kotkova, J.; Brown, M. 

14:00 SAWYER, W. 

sE32-(K)i Criteria for the recognition of partial melting (Solic¬ 
ited Paper) 

14:30 BRAUN, I. 

SE32-(X)2 Generation of leucogranites in the Kerala khondalite 
belt, southern India 

14:45 HURAI, V.; JANAK, M.; LUDHOVA, L. 

SE32-(X)3 Partial melting and retrogression during exhumation 
of the high-grade metapelites, the Tatra Mts., west¬ 
ern Carpathians 

15:00 NABELEK, P.; BARTLETT, C.; M. GLASCOCK 
sE32-(x)4 Can compositions of leucosomes in migmatites be 
used as model for compositions of granites? 

15:15 KOTKOVA, J.; HARLEY, S.L. 

SE32-(X)5 Formation and evolution of HP leucogranulites: 

experimental constraints and unresolved issues 
15:30 BROWN, M.; PRESSLEY, R.A. 

SE32-(X)6 Crustal melting in nature: prosecuting source pro¬ 
cesses (Solicited Paper) 

16:00 DICKSON, F.W.; HSU, KJ. 

SE32-(X)7 Limitations in applying equilibrium studies to open 
plutons in crustal gradients 
16:15 ESCUDER-VIRUETE,J. 

sE 32 -(x)a Two-stage syn-extension leucogranitic magmatism in 
the Tormes gneiss dome, NW Iberian Massif, Spain 
16:30 PEREIRA, D.; SHAW, D.M. 

SE32-(X)9 Relationship between geodynamics and generation of 
melt in central Spain 
16:45 DOLEJS, D. 

sE32-()io Two Stage melting around mafic reservoirs: an 
evidence from the Proterozoic of Bohemian Massif 
17:00 END OF SESSION 


SE33 Pre-eruptive processes I 

Convener: Marti, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Carroll, M.R.; Fulignati, P.; 

Gudmundsson, A. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ATHENA 
Chairperson: Gudmundsson, A. 

14:00 DE NATALE, G.; GAETA, F.S.; TROISE, C.; 
PETRAZZUOLI, S.M.; CASTAGNOLO, D.; 
PINGUE, F.; PELUSO, F.; TRIGILA, R. 
Mechanical versus thermalfluid-dynamical effects in 
the generation of Caldera unrests: examples from 
Campi Flegrei (Italy) and Rabaul (New Guinea) 
14:15 MARTI, J.; GUDMUNDSSON, A. 

Overlapping collapse calderas 
14:30 MARTI, J.; TURON, F. 

Field, experimental and numerical comparison 
between Andean type and ocean-island collapse 
calderas 


14:45 BEAUDUCEL, F.; CORNET, F.H. 

Constraints from displacements and tilt data on the 
magma chamber at Merapi (Java) 

15:00 FERNANDEZ, J.; TIAMPO, K.; RUNDLE, J.B.; 
YU, T.-T.; ALONSO-MEDINA, A.; CARRASCO, 
J.M. 

Modelling deformation, potential and gravity changes 
caused by a magmatic intrusion 
15:15 TIAMPO, K.F.; RUNDLE, J.B.; FERNANDEZ, 
J.M.; LANGBEIN, J. 

Ellipsoidal vs, sperical models for magmatic intru¬ 
sion sources 

15:30 FERNANDEZ, J.; FOLCH, A.; RUNDLE, J.B.; 
MARTI, J. 

Ground deformation in a viscoelastic multi-layered 
system. A comparation between analytical and 
numerical solutions for point and extended sources 
15:45 MARTI, J.; SORIANO, C.; TURON, E.; 
VIRAMONTE, J.G. 

Collapse calderas devleoped on strike-slip faults 
16:00 ANNEN, C.; LENAT, J.-F.; PROVOST, A. 

Modelling of dike intrusions and vlolcano growth 
16:15 MULARGIA, F.; BONAZZA, D.; GONZATO, G.; 

ciccom, M. 

Laboratory measurement of the elastic and fracture 
properties of lavas 

16:30 JENTZSCH, G.; JAHR, TH.; WEISE, A.; 
SCHREIBER, U.; SEEBER, G.; VOLKSEN, C.; 
PUNONGBAYAN, R.S. 

Mayon volcano; Philippines: mass movements after 
the eruption of 1993 detected by microgravity and 
GPS measurements 

16:45 RESTA, F.; MARTI, J.; TURON, E. 

Phonolitic dikes at the Las Canadas Caldera 
(Tenerife, Canary Islands): constraints on the geome¬ 
try and location of shallow magma chambers 
17:00 GUDMUNDSSON, A.; LARSEN, G. 

Large explosive eruptions in Icelandic central volca¬ 
noes 

17:15 END OF PART I 


SE33 Pre-eruptive processes - Poster Session 

Convener: Marti, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Carroll, M.R.; Fulignati, P.; 
Gudmundsson, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE201 MARIANELLI, P.; METRICH, N.; SBRANA, 
A. 

A melt inclusion study of volatiles during the 
1994 lava fountaining activity at Vesuvius 
SE202 BICHLER, M.; SORTINO, F. 

Evolution of trace elements in fumarolic gases at 
Volcano Island (Italy) 

SE203 BOLOGNESI, L. 

Earthquake-induced changes in the isotopic 
composition of the water in the geothermal 
reservoir at Vulcano Island, Italy 


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SE33 Pre-eruptive processes II 

Convener: Marti, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Carroll, M.R.; Fulignati, P.; 

Gudmundsson, A. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ATHENA 
Chairperson: Bonafede, M. 

08:30 LARSEN, G.; GUDMUNDSSON, A. 

Geometry, morphology and formation of Holocene 
crater rows in Iceland 
08:45 DYER, N.; KENT, R.; WILSON, L. 

Controlling influences in the lateral propagation of 
dikes and the position of fissure eruptions 
09:00 KENT, R.; DYER, N.; WILSON, L. 

Modelling the flow of magma in dikes using numeri¬ 
cal methods 

09:15 CENNI, N.; BONAFEDE, M. 

A porous flow model of magma migration within 
Mt. Etna: the influence of extended sources and 
permeability anisotropy 
09:30 MENAND, T.; TAIT, S. 

Magma transport in dike swarms 
09:45 BONAFEDE, M.; RIYALTA, E. 

Tensile cracks in layered media 
10:00 MARINONI, L.B.; GUDMUNDSSON, A. 

Dyke emplacement in shield-stage formations of 
Tenerife 

10:15 MATTIOLI, G.S.; DIXON, T.H.; FARINA, F.; 
HOWELL, E.S.; JANSMA. P.; SMITH, A.L. 
Magma chamber evolution inferred from GPS 
geodesy of Soufriere Hills volcano, Montserrat 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Carroll, M.R. 

11:00 STRECK, M.J.; DILLES, J.H. 

Sulfur content of apatite tracking magma degassing 
evidence from the Yerington Porphyry Copper 
Batholith, Nevada 

11:15 VAN CALSTEREN, P.; BLACK, S.; VAN WYK 
DE VRIES, B.; HAWKESWORTH, CJ. 

Constraints on the timescale from nucleation to 
emanation of volcanic gases 
11:30 NUCCIO, P.M.; PAONITA, A.; SORTE40, F. 

Composition changes of volcanic gas and computa¬ 
tion of magma ascent 

11:45 HAWKESWORTH, CJ.; THOMAS, L.; TURNER, 
S.P.; ZELLMER, G.; VAN CALSTEREN, P. 

The timescales of melt generation and differentia¬ 
tion: evidence from U-series isotopes 
12:00 FOLCH, A.; MARTI, J.; CODINA, R. 

A munerical model for temporal variations during 
explosive central-vent eruptions 
12:15 GAUTHIER, P.-J.; CONDOMINES, M. 

Radon loss from magmas: depssing mechanisms 
and consequences on ^^^Ra-^'®Pb disequilibria in 
lavas 

12:30 GAUTHIER, P.-J.; LE CLOAREC, M.-F.; 
CONDOMINES, M.; PENNISI, M. 

Radionuclide constraints on shallow degassing 
processes at Stromboli volcano 
12:45 ROUSE, PJ.; CARROLL, M.R. 

Phase equilibria of Na-rich phonolites from Montana 
Blanca, Tenerife 
13:00 LUNCH 


Chairperson: van Calsteren, P. 

14:00 GARDNER, J.E.; HILTON, M.; CARROLL, M.R. 
Magtna ascent rate and melt-vapor equilibrium in 
rhyoltic melts 

14:15 MOURTADA-BONNEFOI, C.C.; LAPORTE, D. 
"Easy" homogeneous bubble nucleation in hy^ous 
rhyolitic melts 

14:30 FOLCH, A.; MARTI, J. 

Overpressure in replenished felsic magma chambers 
14:45 STAUDACHER, TH.; SEIDEL, J.L.; RICARD, 

L. P.; CHEMINEE, J.L. 

Radon network at Piton de la Foumaise, Reunion 
Island: seismic crises anticipated by ^^^Rn pusles 
15:00 SIGNORELLI, S.; FRANCALANCI, L.; 

MANETTI, P.; VAGGELLI, G.; CAPACCIONI, B.; 
ROMANO, C. 

Pre-eruptive volatile (HjO, F, Cl and S) contents of 
phonolitic magmas feeding the 3600 years-old 
Avellino eruption from Vesuvius, southern Italy 
15:15 SIGNORELLI, S.; FRANCALANCI, L.; 

MANETTI, P.; VAGGELLI, G.; CAPACCIONI, B. 
Determination of HjO, F, Cl and S in volcanic 
glasses from the A.D. 79 Vesuvius eruption, south¬ 
ern Italy 
15:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Marti, J. 

16:00 CIONI, R. 

Pre-emption volatiles in AD 79 magma chamber of 
Vesuvius (Italy) 

16:15 DI LIBERTO, V.; NUCCIO, P.M.; PAONITA, A.; 

SORTING, F. 

Variations of fiimarolic gases composition at 
Vulcano Island (Italy) related to hydrothermal 
system evolution 

16:30 FULIGNATI, P.; GIONCADA, A.; SBRANA, A. 
Rare Earth elements behaviour in the alteration 
facies of an active high-sulfidation hydrothermal 
system (Vulcano, Aeolian Islands, Italy) 

16:45 CIONI, R.; MARIANELLI, P.; SANTACROCE, R. 

An empirical thermometer for Vesuvius magmas 
17:00 ORSI, G.; PETRAZZUOLI, S.M.; WOHLETZ, K. 
The interplay of mechanical and thermo-fluid dy¬ 
namical systems diuing unrest episodes in Calderas: 
the Campi Flegrei Caldera (Italy) case 
17:15 FRANCALANI, L.; TOMMASINI, S.; 
CONTICELLI, S.; DAVIES, G.R. 

Magma chamber dynamics in the XX Century at 
Stromboli Volcano, Italy: contributions from miner- 
alogical, chemical and isotope data 
17:30 ARMIENTI, P.; SIMAKIN, A.G.; EPELBAUM, 

M. B. 

Experimental degassing of silicatic melts in continu¬ 
ous pressure drop with coupled crystallization * 
17:45 END OF SESSION 


Attend the Poster Session 




SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.1 New challenges in rockmagnetism, 
palaeomagnetism and environmen¬ 
tal magnetism 

Convener: Hoffmann, V. 

Co-Convener(s): Petrovsky, E. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R4 
Chairperson: N.N. 

Editor: Hoffmann, V. 

Environmental magnetism 

14:05 PETERS, C.; TURNER, G. 

SE 34 . 1 - Lake Paringa: a catchment study using magnetic 
(X )2 techniques (Poster) 

14:10 RUMPLER, D.; BROSS, C.; KOSSLER, P.; 

SE34.1- APPEL, E.; BIBUS, E. 

<x )3 The paleoclimatic significance of rock magnetic 
profiles from loess-soil deposits in SW Germany 
(Poster) 

14:15 Change over 
Rockmagnetism 

14:30 DUNLOP, D.J.; OZDEMIR, O.; SCHMIDT, P.W.; 
SE34.!- CLARK, D.A. 

(x )5 Time-temperature relations for pyrrhotite and magne¬ 

tite: use in reconstructing burial and uplift histories 
(Poster) 

14:35 HROUDA, F.; JEZEK, J.; SAIC, S. 

SE 34 . 1 - Theoretical models of magnetic anisotropy to strain 
(X)6 considering triaxial magnetic particles (Poster) 

14:40 IBRAGIMOV, S.Z.; YASONOV, P.G. 

SE 34 . 1 - The study of composition and size of disintegration 
m structures of titanomagnetite using thermomagnetic 
analysis (Poster) 

14:45 IVAKHNENKO, A.P.; SUKHORADA, A.V. 

SE 34 . 1 - New data about petromagnetic criterions 
(X)8 gold-bearing crustal basement (Poster) 

14:50 KUBLER, L. 

SE 34 . 1 - The magnetic signature of pyrrhotite bearing 
(x )9 metasedimentary rocks (Poster) 

14:55 MATHE, P.-E.; HENOCQUE, O.; VANDAMME, 
SE34.1- D.; ROCHETTE, P.; MAKAYA, M. 

010 Magnetic characterization of manganese oxides from 
the Tambao lateritic ore deposit (Burkina-Faso) 
(Poster) 

15:00 MATTSSON, H.; ELMING, S.-A. 

SE 34 . 1 - A rock magnetic study of a regional deformation 
oil zone in the Fennoscandian shield (Poster) 

15:05 MORNER, N.-A. 

SE 34 . 1 - Increased NRM intensity due to seismic vibration 
012 (Poster) 

15:10 OZDEMIR, 6.; DUNLOP, D.J. 

SE 34 . 1 . Origin of coercivity in multidomain magnetite 
013 (Poster) 

15:15 PETROVSKY, E.; KAPICKA, A.; JORDANOVA, 
SE34.1. N.; GEORGEAUD, V.; ROCHETTE, P. 

014 Effect of maximum applied magnetic field on the 
shpae of hysteresis loops (Poster) 


15:20 THOMPSON, R.; HARRISON, A.; DERRICK, S. 
SE 34 . 1 - Unusual low-temperature hysteresis and 
015 thermomagnetic behaviour of basalts from Tenerife 
(Poster) 

15:25 URBAT, M.; DEKKERS, MJ. 

SE 34 . 1 - Peru basin sediments: clues as to alterations to the 
016 NRM (Poster) 

15:30 Change over 

Palaeomagnetism 

15:40 BORRADAILE, G.J.; WERNER, T.; LAGROIX, F. 
SE 34 . 1 - Anisotropy-controlled thrusting of archean lower 
017 crustal rocks: a rock magnetic study at Kapuskasing, 
Canada (Poster) 

15:45 EDEL, J.B.; HUMBERT, C.; HONNOREZ, J. 

SE 34 .I- Asynchronous magnetic overprints in the Visean 
018 basin of the southern Vosges (France) as a tracer of 
the APWP of Variscan Europe from Visean up to 
Jurassic (Poster) 

15:50 GOGUITCHAICHVILI, A.; PREVOT, M.; 

SE34.1- DAUTRIA, J.M. 

019 Anomalous variations of geomagnetic paleointensity 
within a single pliocene icelandic hyaloclastic lava 
flow (Poster) 

15:55 HILL, M.J.; YANG, S.; SHAW, J.; WALTON, D. 
sE34,i- Palaeointensity results using microwave 
020 demagnetisation/remagnetisation (Poster) 

16:00 LEWANDOWSKI, M.; ABRAHAMSEN, N. 

SE 34 .I- Cambro-ordovician palaeomagnetic results from 
021 Bornholm (Denmark), and implications for the drift 
and rotation of Baltica (Poster) 

16:05 SCHILL, E.; APPEL, E.; GAUTAM, P.; SINGH, 

SE34.1- V.K. 

022 Metacorbonates from the lesser Himalaya; do they 
have potential for palaeomagnetic studies? (Poster) 
16:10 WERNER, T. 

SE 34 . 1 - Kinematic relations between magnetic (AMS, 

023 AARM) and tectonic fabrics for the Niemcza fault 
zone, Sudetes foremand, SW Poland (Poster) 

16:15 RESHETNYAK, M. 

SE34.1- Temporal spectra of SV (Poster) 

024 

16:20 Concluding Remarks 
16:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.1 New challenges in rockmagnetism, 
palaeomagnetism and environmen¬ 
tal magnetism - Poster Session 

Convener: Hoffmann, V. 

Co-Convener(s): Petrovsky, E.Convener: 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: N.N. 

Editor: Hoffmann, V. 

SE206 PETERS, C.; TURNER, G. 
sE 34 .i-(x )2 Lake Paringa; a catchment study using magnetic 
techniques 


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SE207 RUMPLER, D.; BROSS, C.; KOSSLER, P.; 
sE34.i-(x)3 APPEL, E.; BIBUS, E. 

The paleoclimatic significance of rock magnetic 
profiles from loess-soil deposits in SW Germany 
SE209 DUNLOP, DJ.; OZDEMIR, O.; SCHMIDT, 
SE34.1-005 P.W.; CLARK, D.A. 

Time-temperature relations for pyrrhotite and 
magnetite: use in reconstructing burial and uplift 
histories 

SE210 HROUDA, F.; JEZEK, J.; SAIC, S. 
sE34,i-(K)6 Theoretical models of magnetic anisotropy to 
strain considering triaxial magnetic particles 
SE211 IBRAGIMOV, S.Z.; YASONOV, P.G. 

SE34.1-007 The study of composition and size of disintegra¬ 

tion structures of titanomagnetite using thermo- 
magnetic analysis 

SE212 IVAKHNENKO, A.P.; SUKHORADA, A.V. 
SE34.I-008 New data about petromagnetic criterions gold- 
bearing crustal basement 
SE213 KUBLER, L. 

sE34.i-(x)9 The magnetic signature of pyrrhotite bearing 
metasedimentary rocks 
SE214 MATHE, P.-E.; HENOCQUE, O.; 

SE34.1.010 VANDAMME, D.; ROCHETTE, P.; MAKAYA, 
M. 

Magnetic characterization of manganese oxides 
from the Tambao lateritic ore deposit (Burkina- 
Faso) 

SE215 MATTSSON, H.; ELMING, S.-A. 

SE34.1-011 A rock magnetic study of a regional deformation 
zone in the Fennoscandian shield 
SE216 MORNER, N.-A. 

SE34.I-012 Increased NRM intensity due to seismic vibration 
SE217 OZDEMIR, 6.; DUNLOP, D.J. 

SE34.i-()i3 Origin of coercivity in multidomain magnetite 
SE218 PETROVSKY, E.; KAPICKA, A.; 

SE34.I-014 JORDANOVA, N.; GEORGEAUD, V.; 
ROCHETTE, P. 

Effect of maximum applied magnetic field on the 
shpae of hysteresis loops 

SE219 THOMPSON, R.; HARRISON, A.; DERRICK, 

SE34.I-()15 S. 

Unusual low-temperature hysteresis and thermo- 
magnetic behaviour of basalts from Tenerife 
SE220 URBAT, M.; DEKKERS, MJ. 

SE34.i-()i6 Peru basin sediments: clues as to alterations to 
the NRM 

SE221 BORRADAILE, GJ.; WERNER, T.; 

SE34.1-017 LAGROIX, F. 

Anisotropy-controlled thrusting of archean lower 
crustal rocks: a rock magnetic study at 
Kapuskasing, Canada 

SE222 EDEL, J.B.; HUMBERT, C.; HONNOREZ, J. 
sE34.i-«i8 Asynchronous magnetic overprints in the Visean 
basin of the southern Vosges (France) as a tracer 
of the APWP of Variscan Europe from Visean 
up to Jurassic 

SE223 GOGUITCHAICHVILI, A.; PREVOT, M.; 
SE34.1-0I9 DAUTRIA, J.M. 

Anomalous variations of geomagnetic paleo- 
intensity within a single pliocene icelandic 
hyaloclastic lava flow 

SE224 HILL, M.J.; YANG, S.; SHAW, J.; WALTON, 

SE34.1-()2() D. 

Palaeointensity results using microwave 
demagnetisation/remagnetisation 


SE225 LEWANDOWSKI, M.; ABRAHAMSEN, N. 
SE34.1-021 Cambro-ordovician palaeomagnetic results from 
Bornholm (Denmark), and implications for the 
drift and rotation of Baltica 
SE226 SCHILL, E.; APPEL, E.; GAUTAM, P.; 

SE34.1-022 SINGH, V.K. 

Metacorbonates from the lesser Himalaya; do 
they have potential for palaeomagnetic studies? 
SE227 WERNER, T. 

sE34.i-()23 Kinematic relations between magnetic (AMS, 
AARM) and tectonic fabrics for the Niemcza 
fault zone, Sudetes foremand, SW Poland 
SE228 RESHETNYAK, M. 

SE34.1-024 Temporal spectra of SV 

SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.2 Past and present geomagnetic field 
- Poster Session 

Convener: Prevot, M. 

Co-Convener(s); Love, J.J.; Schnepp, E. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Prevot, M. 

SE229 BRANDT, U.; NOWACZYK, N.R.; 
RAMRATH, A.; NEGENDANK, J.W.F. 
Palaeosecular variations as recorded in sediments 
of Italian crater lakes 

SE230 BORISOV, A.S.; HELLER, F.; KHASANOV, 
D.I.; NURGALIEV, D.K.; YAKUPOV, A.SH.; 
YASONOV, P.G. 

Geomagnetic variations in eastern Europe during 
the last 7500 years 
SE231 KUZNETSOV, V.V. 

Non-dynamo model fo the Earth, planets and 
satellite magnetic field generation 
SE232 KUZNETSOV, V.V.; BOTVINOVSKY, V.V. 

Morphology of geomagnetic field created by 
Earth’s interior current loops 
SE233 PELLETIER, J.D. 

Statistical analysis and modelling of variations in 
the geomagnetic field 

SE234 HEJDA, P.; RESHETNYAK, M. 

Some geomagnetic field features in "aco"-models 
SE235 CAMPS, P.; HENRY, B.; PREVOT, M.; 
FAYNOT, L. 

Geomagnetic paleosecular variation in Crozet 
islands (Indian Ocean) about one million years 
ago 

SE236 VANDAMME, D.; BRUNETON, M. 

Problem of elimination of directionnal data 
clusters in PSV studies 

SE237 KRUIVER, P.P.; DEKKERS, M.J.; 
LANGEREIS, C.G. 

Secular variation as recorded in Permian redbeds 
from Dome de Barrot, France 
SE238 ALGRINIER, P.; GALLET, Y.; LEWIN, E. 

On the age calibration of the geomagnetic polari¬ 
ty time scale 

SE239 SOLOGASHVILI, D.; GOGUTCHAICHVILI, 
A.; PAVLENICHVILI, E.; MAISSURADZE, G. 
Some aspects of Plio-Quaternary geomagnetic 
field in Georgia (Caucasus) 


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SE240 NOWACZYK, N.R. 

Magnetostratigraphy of long sediment cores from 
lake Baikal, Siberia, sites BDP-93 and BDP-96 
SE241 KARLOUKOVSKI, V. 

Polarity reversal, recorded in dacitic volcanic 
rocks from the Dambaluc volcano, east Rhodope 
mountains, Bulgaria 
SE242 YASONOV, P.P. 

Chaos in geomagnetic reversal records: compari¬ 
son of real and model data 
SE243 LEHMAN, B.; LAJ, C.; KISSEL, C. 

Relative paleointensity determinations from 
marine sediments: an empirical correction for 
grain size variations 

SE244 POSPELOVA, G.A.; SHARONOVA, Z.V. 

Paleomagnetic field intensity recorded in loeses 
of the Uzbekistan, 53-22 Ka 
SE245 REYRE, Y. 

The Earth obliquity oscillations, probable cause 
of the magnetic polarity reverses 

SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.2 Past and present geomagnetic field 

Convener: Prevot, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Love, J.J.; Schnepp, E. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R4 
Chairperson: Prevot, M. 

08:45 BLOXHAM, J.; KUANG, W. 

Numerical models of the geodynamo (Solicited 
Paper) 

09:15 CARDIN, PH. 

What can we learn with experimental dynamos? 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:45 LOVE, J.J. 

Paleomagnetic volcanic data and geometric regularity 
of reversals and excursions 
10:00 GOGUITCHAICHVILI, A.; PREVOT, M. 

Transitional field paleointensity from two icelandic 
pliocene magnetic polarity reversals 
10:15 HOFFMAN, K.A. 

Observation of field systematics during the 
Matuyama-Brunhes reversal and the possible role of 
electrical conductivity within D" 

10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Love, J.J. 

11:00 HARRISON, C.G.A. 

Characteristics of the Earth’s magnetic field which 
need to be explained by any model of secular 
variation (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 KRISTJANSSON, L. 

Studies of late Cenozoic geomagnetic fields in 
Iceland (Solicited Paper) 

12:00 SZEREMETA, N.; LAJ, C.; GUILLOU, H.; 
KISSEL, C.; CARRACEDO, J.-C. 

300 kyrs of geomagnetic paleosecular variation 
during the Brunhes period from a volcanic section at 
El Hierro (Canary Islands) 

12:15 ROCHETTE, P.; VANDAMME, D. 

Long term variations of the main geomagnetic field 
features: global versus regional angular scatter 


12:30 MAZAUD, A.; CHANNELL, J.E.T. 

The upper Olduvai polarity transition at ODP site 
983 (Iceland Basin) 

12:45 LEVI, S.; RON, H. 

N -> R polarity pransition in the Matuyama from the 
Jordan rift, northern Israel 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Schnepp, E. 

14:00 TAUXE, L. 

Sedimentary records of geomagnetic paleointensity: 
what can we believe in (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 LAJ, C.; KISSEL, C.; MAZAUD, A.; BECK, L.; 
ELLIOT, M.; STONER, J.; CHANNELL, J.E.T.; 
VOELKER, A.; SARNTHEIN, M. 

High resolution stack of relative paleointensity 
records for the last 80 kyrs from North Atlantic deep 
sea cores 

14:45 VEROSUB, K.L.; KARLIN, R. 

An ultrahigh resolution record of Holocene 
paleosecular variation from Saanich inlet, Vancouver 
Island, British Columbia: initial results 
15:00 BRANDT, U.; NOWACZYK, N.R.; RAMRATH, 
A.; NEGENDANK, J.W.F. 

Palaeosecular variations as recorded in sediments of 
Italian crater lakes 

15:15 MARCO, S.; RON, H.; STEIN, M.; 
MCWILLIAMS, M.O. 

A high-resolution record of geomagnetic secular 
variation from late Pleistocene Lake Lisan, Israel 
15:30 NOWACZYK, N.R.; ANTONOW, M. 

Review of the Laschamp event - paleomagnetic 
signature and new age determinations by AMS'''C 
15:45 LAJ, C.; KISSEL, C. 

Geomagnetic field intensity at Hawaii for the last 
400 kyrs from core HSDP (Big Island, Hawaii) 
16:00 RIISAGER, J.; PERRIN, M. 

Paleomagnetism and paleointensity results of late 
cretaceous basalt from Madagascar 
16:15 END OF SESSION 


SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.3 Effect of chemical alteration on 
magnetization 

Convener: Ozdemir, 6. 

Co-Convener(s): Roberts, A.P. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R4 
Chairperson: Roberts, A.P. 

Editor: Hoffmann, V. 

09:00 OZDEMIR, 6. 

SE. 14 , 3 - Effect of chemical changes on magnetization (Soli- 
(x)i cited Paper) 

09:30 SMETHURST, M.T.; SYMONS, D.T.A.; 

SE34.3. LEWCHUK, M,T.; ASHTON, J.H. 

(x )2 Hercynian neomorphism and genesis of the Navan 
Pb-Zn deposit, Ireland, from paleomagnetism 
09:45 ROBERTS, A.P. 

SE 34 . 3 - Sedimentary greigite (Fe 3 S 4 ): occurrences, formation 
(x )3 and magnetic properties 


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10:00 SAGNOTTI, L.; WINKLER, A. 

SE34.3- Rock magnetism and palaeomagnetism of 

o()4 greigite-bearing mudstones in the Italian peninsula 

10:15 PASSIER, H.F.; DEKKERS, MJ.; DE LANGE, 

SE34.3- GJ. 

()05 Alteration of magnetic signals in eastern Mediterra¬ 
nean sediments 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Ozdemir, O. 

Editor: Hoffmann, V. 

11:00 PREVOT, M.; KORNER, U. 

SE34.3- Chemical alteration of magnetic minerals in nature 
o()6 and paleointensity experiments on volcanic rocks 
(Solicited Paper) 

11:30 KORNER, U.; PREVOT, M.; POIDRAS, T. 

SE34.3- CRM experiments and pseudo-paleointensity mea- 
(X)7 surements on basaltic rocks with initially low Curie 
temperatures 

11:45 VLAG, P.; ALVA, L.; DE BOER, C.; GONZALEZ, 

SE34.3- S.; URRUTIA, J. 

(X)8 Magnetic properties of a Holocene lava flow in 
central Mexico 

12:00 ZEGERS, T.E.; DEKKERS, ML. 

SE34.3- Remagnetisation of Devonian limestones in the 
(xw Ardennes in connection with fluid flow and deforma¬ 
tion 

12:15 HELM, C.M.; VEROSUB, K.L.; ZIERENBERG, R. 
SE34.3- Influence of heavy metal cations on the hysteresis 
010 properties of iron-oxyhydroxides 
12:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.3 Effect of chemical alteration on 
magnetization - Poster Session 

Convener: Ozdemir, O. 

Co-Convener(s): Roberts, A.P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairpersons: Ozdemir, O.; Roberts, A.P. 

Editor: Hoffmann, V. 

SE247 KOSAREV, V.E.; ZHARKOV, I.Y. 
sE34.3-(ni The cause for secondary chemical magnetization 
of particoloured rocks of the Tatarian stage 
SE248 JELENSKA, M.; KAPICKA, A. 

SE34.3-012 Preliminary results of chemical remagnetization 
under uniaxial compression 
SE249 COSTANZO-ALVAREZ, V.; GAGO, JL.; 

SE34.3-(1I3 WILLIAMS, W. 

Rock magnetic characterization of a formational 
contact in Cretaceous strata (eastern Venezuela) 
SE250 ALDANA, M.; COSTANZO-ALVAREZ, V.; 

SE34.3-014 GAGO, JL.; SUAREZ, N. 

TSC technique applied to the characterization of 
sedimentary lithologies at the Pertigalete se¬ 
quence (northeastern Venezuela) 

SE251 COSTANZO-ALVAREZ, V.; COLMENARES, 

SE34.3-()I5 L. 

Lowrie IRM experiments in samples of three oils 
wells at La Victoria field (southwestern Venezue¬ 
la) 


SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.4 Sediment magnetic records of cli¬ 
matic cycles and events 

Convener: Williamson, D. 

Co-Convener(s): Geiss, C.E. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R4 
Chairperson: Florindo, F. 

Editors: Geiss, C.; Williamson, D. 

09:00 HELLER, F. 

SE34.4- Rock magnetism and palaeoenvironment of 
(x)i loess/palaeosol sequences (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 NAWROCKI, J.; BAKHMUTOV, V.; BOGUCKI, 

SE34.4- A.; DOLECKI, L. 

(x )2 The paleo- and petromagnetic record in the Polish 
and Ukrainian loess-paleosol sequences 
09:45 HUS, J.; JORDANOVA, D.; GEERAERTS, R.; 

SE34.4- EVLOGIEV, J. 

(x)3 Palaeomagnetic and rock magnetic properties of a 
loess-palaeosol sequence in the key section Viatovo 
(N.E. Bulgaria) 

10:00 VLAG, P.; OCHES, E.A.; BANERJEE, S.K. 

SE34.4- Magnetic concentration variations in loess sequences 
(x)5 in central Alaska: reflecting changes in wind direc¬ 
tions and intensities? 

10:15 HESLOP, D.; SHAW, J.; BLOEMENDHAL, L; 
SE34.4- LATHAM, A.; PARKER, E. 

(x)6 Sub-millennial scale variations in East Asian mon¬ 
soon systems recorded by dust deposits from the 
north-western Chinese loess plateau 
10:30 STOCKHAUSEN, H.; THOUVENY, N. 

SE34.4- Rockmagnetic properties of Eemian sediments from 
(x)7 Lacustrine sections in France: a possible link to 
climate? 

10:45 GEISS, CH.E.; BANERJEE, S.K. 

SE34,4- Climate variability as seen in two interglacial records 
(X)8 from the midwestern U.S.A. 

11:00 NOWACZYK, N.R.; HARWART, S.; MELLES, M. 

SE34.4- A rock mangetic record from Lama late - northern 

(x)9 Siberia 

11:15 LUNCH 

12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: N.N. 

Editors: Geiss, C.; Williamson, D. 

14:00 WILLIAMSON, D.; BARKER, P.A.; JACKSON, 
SE34.4. M.J.; MARVIN, J.; MERDACI, O.; TAIEB, M.; 

OK) THOUVENY, N.; VINCENS, A. 

Rock-magnetic signatures of pedogenesis and climate 
variability in southern Tanzania (lake Massoko) 
during the last 35 kyr 
14:15 HU, S.; APPEL, E.; WANG, S. 

SE34.4- Incursion of sea water into Gucheng lake detected by 
oil magnetic, biologic and chemical data 
14:30 HU, S.; APPEL, E.; WANG, S. 

SE34.4- A magnetic study on lake sediments from Zoige 
012 basin, eastern Tibetan Plateau,^ China (Poster) 

14:35 FLORINDO, F.; ZHU, R.; GUO, B. 

SE34.4- Palaeorainfall estimation for the last two glacial 
013 cycles from the Chinese Loess Plateau: new data 
(Poster) 


99 


SE 






14:40 JELINOWSKA, A.; TUCHOLKA, P.; 

SE34.4. BADAUT-TRAUTH, D. 

014 Environmental depending variation of magnetic 
properties of sediments at Laminae scale (Caspian 
Sea) (Poster) 

14:45 NURGALIEV, D.K. 

SE 34 . 4 - Upper Permian cyclostratigraphy of east Russian 
(115 plate: orbital periodicity and palaeomagnetic data 
(Poster) 

14:50 MUKHAMADIEV, R.; NURGALIEV, D.K.; 

SE34,4- SHABALIN, N. 

016 Palaeoclimatic changes in magnetic susceptibility 
record of the Permian clays, east European plate, 
Russia (Poster) 

14:55 VEROSUB, K.L.; KARLIN, R. 

SE34.4- Environmental magnetic record of the late Pleisto- 
017 cene to Holocene transition as recorded at Saanich 
inlet, Vancouver Island, British Columbia 
15:10 THOUVENY, N.; CANDON, L.; DELANGHE, D.; 
SE34.4. LANCELOT, Y.; MORENO, E. 

018 Climatic and oceanic trends in the last climatic cycle 
viewed by the rock-magnetic spyglass 
15:25 AVERBUCH, O.; DECONINCK, J.-F.; PROUST, 
SE34,4- J.-N.; MAMMOUDIA, M. 

019 High resolution magnetic and mineralogical record 
of paleoenvironmental changes within the 
Kimmeridgian-Tithonian formations of the 
Boulonnais region (northern France) 

15:40 ROSE, TH.; KRUMSIEK, K.; PORT, G.; 

SE34.4- HAMBACH, U. 

020 Paleo- and rockmagnetic studies of the Kirchrode 
cores (Albian, north-west German basin) 

15:55 PORT, G.; KRUMSIEK, K.; HAMBACH, U.; 

SE34.4- ROSE, TH. 

021 Orbital forcing of mangetic properties: prelinainary 
results of two ODP sides (North Atlantic, Mediterra¬ 
nean) (Poster) 

16:00 BARTHES, V.; POZZI, J.P.; 

SE34,4. VIBERT-CHARBONNEL, P. 

022 High-resolution record of magnetic susceptibility 
obtained by logging and tuned by orbital frequencies 
16:15 MORENO, E.; THOUVENY, N.; CANDON, L.; 
SE34.4- DELANGHE, D. 

023 Magnetic signatures of Heinrich events since isotopic 
stage 7 along the Iberian margin (Poster) 

16:20 BECK, L.; KISSEL, C.; SOHLEID, P.; BOYLE, 

SE34.4- E.A. 

024 Detailed study of the magnetic properties related to 
climate variations of core MD95-2034 (Poster) 
16:25 LAJ, C.; KISSEL, C.; LABEYRIE, L.; LEHMAN, 

SE34.4- B. 

025 Magnetic grain sizes of North Atlantic sediments 
spanning the last two climatic cycles (Poster) 

16:30 HOFMANN, A.; KIPFSTUHL, J.; KUHN, G.; 

SE34.4- FUHRER, K. 

026 Rapid climate variations and calving events during 
the last glacial in the Scotia Sea, Antarctica (Poster) 
16:35 END OF SUB-SESSION 


SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.4 Sediment magnetic records of cli¬ 
matic cycles and events - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Williamson, D. 

Co-Convener(s): Geiss, C.E. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Editors: Geiss, C.; Williamson, D. 

SE252 HU, S.; APPEL, E.; WANG, S. 

SE 34 . 4-012 A magnetic study on lake sediments from Zoige 
basin, eastern Tibetan Plateau, China 
SE253 FLORINDO, F.; ZHU, R.; GUO, B. 
sE 34 , 4 .oi 3 Palaeorainfall estimation for the last two glacial 
cycles from the Chinese Loess Plateau: new data 
SE254 JELINOWSKA, A.; TUCHOLKA, P.; 
sE34.4-()i4 BADAUT-TRAUTH, D. 

Environmental depending variation of magnetic 
properties of sediments at Laminae scale 
(Caspian Sea) 

SE255 NURGALIEV, D.K. 

SE 34 . 4 -OI 5 Upper Permian cyclostratigraphy of east Russian 
plate: orbital periodicity and palaeomagnetic data 
SE256 MUKHAMADIEV, R.; NURGALIEV, D.K.; 

SE34.4-U16 SHABALIN, N. 

Palaeoclimatic changes in magnetic susceptibility 
record of the Permian clays, east European plate, 
I^USSlfl 

SE257 PORT, G.; KRUMSIEK, K.; HAMBACH, U.; 

SE34.4-<)21 ROSE, TH. 

Orbital forcing of mangetic properties: prelimi¬ 
nary results of two ODP sides (North Atlantic, 
Mediterranean) 

SE258 MORENO, E.; THOUVENY, N.; CANDON, L.; 

SE34.4-023 DELANGHE, D. 

Magnetic signatures of Heinrich events since 
isotopic stage 7 along the Iberian margin 
SE259 BECK, L.; KISSEL, C.; SOHLEID, P.; BOYLE, 

SE344-()24 E.A. 

Detailed study of the magnetic properties related 
to climate variations of core MD95-2034 
SE260 LAJ, C.; KISSEL, C.; LABEYRIE, L.; 

SE34.4-025 LEHMAN, B. 

Magnetic grain sizes of North Atlantic sediments 
spanning the last two climatic cycles 
SE261 HOFMANN, A.; KIPFSTUHL, J.; KUHN, G.; 

SE344-026 FUHRER, K. 

Rapid climate variations and calving events 
during the last glacial in the Scotia Sea, Antarcti¬ 
ca 


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SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.5 New challenges in environmental 
research: magneto-monitoring of 
anthropic influence to ecosystems 

Convener: Scholger, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Rochette, P. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R4 
Chairperson: Rochette, P. 

Editor: Rochette, P. 

14:00 LEVEQUE, F.; LECOANET, H.; MATHE, P.-E.; 
SE34.5- VANDAMME, D.; BEN-ATIG, F.; VERON, A.; 

(K)i AMBROSE J.-P. 

Monitoring of anthropogenic heavy metals 
accumualted in contaminated soils: potential of 
magnetic proeprties approach on multisource zone 
14:15 VAN OORSCHOT, LH.M.; DEKKERS, M J. 

SE34.5- Parameters affecting the dissolution rate of magnetite 
(K )2 and maghemite in the CBD extraction technique 
14:30 GEORGEAUD, V.M.; AMBROSE J.-P.; 

SE34.5- ROCHETTE, P.; BOTTERO, J.Y. 

(K)3 Heavy metal sorption onto magnetitie: case study of 
cadmium 

14:45 SCHOLGER, R. 

SE34.5- Standardization of magnetic susceptibility measure- 
(XM ments: calibration of laboratory and field instruments 
(Poster) 

14:50 PETROVSKY, E.; HRABAK, P.; KAPICKA, A.; 
SE34.5- JORDANOVA, N. 

(X)5 Comparison between magnetic and geochemical 
mapping of soil contamination in Prague (Poster) 
14:55 RAKHMATULLIN, R.; RAVILOVA, N. 

SE34.5- Content of heavy metals and magnetic properties of 
(X)6 soils in Kazan, Russia (Poster) 

15:00 KNAB, M.; APPEL, E.; HOFFMANN, V. 

SE34.5- Magnetic measurements for the detection of roadside 
(x)7 pollution: distribution of heavy metal contamination 
(Poster) 

15:05 ZERGENYI, R.S.; HIRT, AM.; LANCl. L.; 

SE34.5- LOWRIE, W.; LUSCHER, P. 

(K)8 Magnetic mapping of soils in Alpine area 
15:20 KAPICKA, A.; PETROVSKY, E.; JORDANOVA, 
SE34.5- N.; HOFFMANN, V.; ZAPLETAL, K. 
tm Search for atmospherically deposited fly-ash magne¬ 
tite in soils using magnetic characteristics 
15:35 BITYUKOVA, L.; SCHOLGER, R.; BIRKE, M. 
SE34.5- Magnetic susceptibility as indicator of environmental 
OK) pollution of soils in Tallinn (Estonia) 

15:50 STRZYSZCZ, Z.; MAGIERA, T. 

SE34.5- Magnetic suceptibility and lead and zinc concentra- 
011 tion in forest topsoil from the border ranges of 
Poland, Slovakia and Czech Republic 
16:05 MAGIERA, T.; STRZYSZCZ, Z. 

SE34.5- Using of magnetic susceptibility measurement as a 
012 preliminary method in study of soil pollution in 
Swierklany district (Katowice Prowince - south 
Poland) 

16:20 HIRT, A.M.;' BACHLER, D.; LANCl, L.; 

SE34.5- ZERGENYI, R.; STURM, M.; LOTTER, A.F. 

013 Magnetic properties and iron cycling for the last 110 
years in the Baldeggersee, Switzerland 


16:35 WIDEMANN, D.; VEROSUB, K.L.; MOUNT, J. 
SE34.5- Evidence for anthropogenic increase in the flux of 
014 ferromagnetic material into the Clear Lake Basin, 
northern California 
16:50 MORNER, N.-A. 

SE34.5- Environmental magnetism: identification of the onset 
015 of Iron Ore industry in Sweden 
17:05 END OF SUB-SESSION 


SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 

environmental magnetism 
.5 New challenges in environmental 
research: magneto-monitoring of 
anthropic influence to ecosystems - 
Poster Session 

Convener; Scholger, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Rochette, P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Rochette, P. 

Editor: Rochette, P. 

SE262 SCHOLGER, R. 

sE34.5-(Ki4 Standardization of magnetic susceptibility mea¬ 
surements: calibration of laboratory and field 
instruments 

SE263 PETROVSKY, E.; HRABAK, P.; KAPICKA, 

sE34.5-(x)5 A.; JORDANOVA, N. 

Comparison between magnetic and geochemical 
mapping of soil contamination in Prague 
SE264 RAKHMATULLIN, R.; RAVILOVA, N. 
SE34.5-(X)6 Content of heavy metals and magnetic properties 
of soils in Kazan, Russia 

SE265 KNAB, M.; APPEL, E.; HOFFMANN, V. 
sE34.5-(x)7 Magnetic measurements for the detection of 
roadside pollution: distribution of heavy metal 
contamination 

SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.6 Palaeomagnetism and tectonic evo¬ 
lution of tne Mediterranean area 

Convener: Pares, J.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Dinares-Turell, J. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R4 
Chairperson: Jelenska, M. 

08:30 SPERANZA, F.; MATTEI, M.; SAGNOTTI, L. 
Structural and paleomagnetic data from the Amantea 
basin (Calabria, Italy): insights on the geometry of 
the late Miocene Tyrrhenian rift 
08:45 ROCHETTE, P.; GIRARD, M.; SPELLA, M. 

Tertiary rotation of the Corsica-Sardinia block: new 
results from southern Corsica volcanics 
09:00 DUERMEUER, C.E.; LANGEREIS, C.G. 

Timing of Neogene tectonic events in the central 
Mediterranean: an integrated paleomagnetic study 
09:15 MUTTONI, G.; LANCl, L.; ARGNANI, A.; 
ABRAHAMSEN, N.; CIBIN, U.; HIRT, A.M.; 
LOWRIE, W. 

Paleomagnetism in the northern Apennines, Italy 






09:30 KRS, M.; KRSOVA, M.; PRUNER, P.; MAN, O.; 
VENHODOVA, D. 

Geodynamic evolution of Permian to Neogene rock 
formations in the W. Carpathians based on summary 
of previously and recently derived palaeomagnetic 
data 

09:45 MARTON, E.; MARTON, P.; PAMIC, J. 

A puzzling piece of the Pannonian puzzle: Tertiary 
paleomagnetic results from the W part of the 
Tisza-Dacia megaunit 

10:00 HAUBOLD, H.; MAURITSCH, HJ. 

Paleomagnetism of Jurassic sediments from the 
Fore-Balkan and the Stara Planina Ranges (NW 
Bulgaria) (Solicited Paper) 

10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 JELENSKA, M.; BAHMUTOV, V.; 
KONSTANTINENKO, L. 

New paleomagnetic data from Silurian succession of 
the Dniestr Basin Ukraina 
11:15 OZCEP, F.; ORBAY, N. 

Preliminary paleomagnetic results on the Neogene 
volcanism of Afyon region (central Anatolia) 

11:30 RON, H.; SHAMIR, G. 

Paleomagnetic test for continuous crustal deforma¬ 
tion across the southern Dead Sea transform 
11:45 PUEYO-MORER, E.L.; PARES, J.M.; 
MILLAN-GARRIDO, H.; POCOVI-JUAN, A. 
Oblique thrust ramps and spurious apparent rotations 
on paleomagnetic analysis 

12:00 LEWCHUK, M.; HENRY, B.; ROUVIER, H.; 
MACQUAR, J.; LEACH, D. 

Paleomagnetism of Mississippi valley-type mineral¬ 
ization in southern France and Cenozoic orogenesis 
12:15 YELLES, A.; DERDER, M.; SMITH, B.; BAYOU, 
B.; HENRY, B.; DJELLIT, H. 

Preliminary results of the palaeomagnetic study of a 
Namurian formation from the Ahnet basin (Saharan 
Craton, Algeria) 

12:30 SMITH, B.; BAYOU, B.; DERDER EL 

MESSAOUD, M.; HENRY, B.; YELLES- 
CHAOUCHE, A.; DJELLIT, H. 

Tectonic history of the dolerites from the Reggane 
basin (Algeria) as evidenced by the paleomagnetism 
12:45 PUEYO-MORER, E.L.; MILLAN-GARRIDO, H.; 
POCOVI-JUAN, A. 

Temporal and spatial variability of the degree of 
rotation in the Jaca basin (southern Pyrenees) de¬ 
duced from structural and paleomagnetic analysis 
13:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


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SE34 Rockmagnetism, palaeomagnetism and 
environmental magnetism 
.6 Palaeomagnetism and tectonic evo¬ 
lution of the Mediterranean area - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Pares, J.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Dinares-Turell, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE266 AVIGAD, D.; BAER, G.; HEIMANN, A. 

Block rotations and continental extension in the 
central Aegean Sea (Tinos and Mykonos islands) 
SE267 EDEL, J.B. 

Pre- and post-folding magnetizations in the 
Plan-de-la-Tour volcano-sedimentary syncline 
(Maures, S. France). Late Variscan evolution of 
the western Mediterranean basement 
SE268 KECHRA, F.; VANDAMME, D.; ROCHETTE, 
P.; CHOUKROUNE, P. 

Remagnetisation and tectonic analyses on 
Cevennes fault 

SE269 COSENTINO, D.; CIPOLLARI, P.; 

FLORINDO, F. 

Milankovitch periodicities recorded in an upper 
miocene sequence from central Apennines, Italy 
SE270 HOUSA, V.; KRS, M.; PRUNER, P.; MAN, O.; 
VENHODOVA, D.; CECCA, F.; NARDI, G.; 
PISCITELLO, M. 

Correlation of high-resolution magnetostrati- 
graphic and micropalaeontological data across the 
J/C boundary strata in Brodno (W. Carpathians, 
W. Slovakia) and the Bosso Valley (Umbria, 
central Italy) 

SE35 Archaeology and archaeomagnetism 
.1 Archaeological prospection 

Convener: Schmidt, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Fassbinder, J. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R11 
Chairperson: Schmidt, A. 

14:00 ORBONS, P.J. 

Geophysical support in large scale archaeological 
prospections, recent case-studies and research (Solic¬ 
ited Paper) 

14:30 MARMET, E.; BINA, M.; FEDOROFF, N.; 
TABBAGH, A. 

Relationship between anthropisation and the magnet¬ 
ic properties of soils 
14:45 PIRO, S.; PIERDICCA, N. 

Analysis of GPR pulse response from experimental 
and archaeological test sites 

15:00 NEUBAUER, W.; EDER-HINTERLEITNER, A.; 
MELICHAR, P. 

Improvements in high resolution archaeological 
magnetometry 

15:15 BECKER, H.; FASSBINDER, J. 

Cesium magnetometry for large area prospection at 
Qantir-Piramesse (Egypt) 


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15:30 RABBEL, W.; BRUECKNER, H.; BRUHN, C.; 
STUEMPEL, H.; WOELZ, S. 

The ancient lion harbour of Miletus: geophysical 
investigations 

15:45 KOPPELT, U.; ABRAHAMSEN, N.; DITTRICH, 
G.; HIRSEKORN, V.; JACOBSEN, B.H.; 
SMEKALOVA, T.; VOSS, O. 

Techniques applied to magnetic investigation of 
iron-production sites in central Europe 
16:00 BASILE, V.; CARROZZO, M.T.; NEGRI, S.; 
NUZZO, L.; QUARTA, T.; VILLANI, A.V. 
Combined GPR and seismic investigations in urban 
area (Lecce - Italy) 

16:15 LORRA, S.; STUMPEL, H.; THOMSEN, D. 

2D and 3D interpretation techniques of GPR data in 
archaeological prospection 
16:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Orbons, PJ. 

17:00 SCHMIDT, A.; VERNON, R.; MCDONNELL, G. 
Advanced magnetometry for the characterisation of 
early iron-working sites 
17:15 LUCK, E.; EISENREICH, M. 

Geophysical prospections of archaeological sites in 
Brandenburg 
17:30 PETERS, C. 

Quantification of superparamagnetism within 
lewisian archaeological soils 

17:45 EDER-HINTERLEITNER, A.; SEREN, S.; 
NEUBAUER, W. 

An approach on 3D archaeological interpretation of 
ground penetrating radar data 
18:00 HERWANGER, J.; MAURER, H.; 
LECKEBUSCH, J.; GREEN, A. 

Processing and inversion of magnetic gradient data 
in archaeological prospecting 
18:15 COSKUN, N.; CERTEL, R. 

Direct interpretation of combined sounding-profiling 
data 

18:30 MRLINA, J.; TEALEB, A.A.; ISSAWY, E.A.M.; 
RADWAN, A.H.A.; HASSAN, G.S.; SAKR, K.O. 
Microgravimetric investigations in the vallyes of the 
Kings and Queens, Luxor, Egypt 
18:45 END OF SUB-SESSION 
19:30 Reception 


SE35 Archaeology and archaeomagnetism 
.1 Archaeological prospection - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Schmidt, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Fassbinder, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Fassbinder, J. 

SE271 BATT, C.; DOCKRILL, S. 

Integrating magnetic measurements with archaeo¬ 
logical data 

SE272 FECHANT, C.; DAVID, C.; DORIGNY, A.; 
NEGRO, G.; NAIZET, F. 

Magnetic, electric, radioactivity and thermal 
infrared imaging for interpretation of archaeolog¬ 
ical deposits stratigraphy 


SE273 JACOBSEN, B.H.; KOPPELT, U.; 
ABRAHAMSEN, N. 

Interactive inverse modelling of magnetic dipole 
clusters and archaeometry of iron age slags 
SE274 MARUKAWA, Y.; KAMEI, H.; SAITO, M. 

Estimation of systematic errors of 3-component 
geomagnetic data using the ABIC-minimization 
method 

SE275 PEREZ GARCIA, V.; PUJADES, L.; CANAS, 
J.A.; CLAPES, J.; OSORIO, R. 

Analysis of the change in the velocity of the 
electromagnetic waves with the water content 
SE276 DITTRICH, G.; KOPPELT, U.; LANGE, J.M.; 
WUYTACK, K. 

Top soil conditions and detectability of archaeo¬ 
logical objects 

SE277 DITTRICH, G.; KOPPELT, U. 

Three-dimensional reconstruction of archaeologi¬ 
cal features using geomagnetic data 
SE278 EL ERAKI, M. 

Archaeological interpretation of magnetic data 
SE279 SLEPAK, Z. 

Geophysics for archaeological purposes on the 
territory of Kazan ICremlin, Kazan, Russia 
SE280 COSKUN, N.; SZYMANSKI, J.E. 

A discussion on the resolution of two dimension¬ 
al resistivity modelling 

SE281 MORI, M.; KAMEI, H.; NAKAI, M.; KUDO, 
H. 

A high density resistivity survey and an experi¬ 
mental measurement of temperatures of the 
ground on Hirui-Otsuka mounded tomb in Ogaki, 
Japan 

SE282 NEUBAUER, W.; EDER-HINTERLEITNER, 
A.; MELICHAR, P. 

Geomagnetic prospection of an early neolithic 
settlement in Asparn/lower Austria 


SE35 Archaeology and archaeomagnetism 
.2 Archaeomagnetism and secular 
variations 

Convener: Kovacheva, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Chauvin, A. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R11 
Chairperson: Chauvin, A. 

08:30 BATT, C.; MENG, Z.; NOEL, M. 

New archaeomagnetic studies in China and their use 
in elucidating geomagnetic secular variations 
08:45 YANG, S.; SHAW, J.; DAGLEY, P. 

Updated geomagnetic dipole for the period 0-12,000 
years 

09:00 SHAW, J. 

Microwave archaeointensity results from Egyptian 
ceramics 

09:15 BAAG, C. 

Two new archaeomagnetic records from South Korea 
09:30 LIGHT, J.P.; VEROSUB, K.L.; MEHRINGER JR., 
P.J. 

Fine-tuning the palaeosecular variation record from 
Fish Lake, Oregon, with archaeomagnetic results 
from the nearby Lost Dunes archaeological site 




09:45 MAURITSCH, H.J.; SCHOLGER, R. 

Historic melting places; source of paleofield infor¬ 
mation 

10:00 SCHNEPP, E.; PUCHER, R. 

A German archaeomagnetic secular variation curve 
from 1000 to 1800 AD 

10:15 KOVACHEVA, M.; GERGOVA, D.; 
JORDANOVA, N.; KIROV, V. 

Secular geomagnetic variations and dating of the 
archaeological remains 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Shaw, J. 

11:00 PELLETIER, J.D. 

Power-spectral analysis of archeomagnetic and 
secular variations 

11:15 KOVACHEVA, M.; CHAUVIN, A.; 

JORDANOVA, N.; KARLOUKOVSKI, V.; 
GARCIA, J. 

Interlaboratory comparison of archaeo-intensity study 
and anisotropy effect 
11:30 LENGYEL, S.; EIGHMY,J. 

Assessment of the moving window method of 
secular variation curve construction: analysis of the 
Blindman problem 
11:45 LANOS, PH. 

Bayesian approach using penalized maximum likeli¬ 
hood to smoothing time series carring errors both on 
time and measure: consequences for archaeomag- 
netism 

12:00 LE GOFF, M.; KOVACHEVA, M.; LANOS, P.; 
DALY, L. 

Comparison of three smoothing algorithms per¬ 
formed on the eight millennium archeomagnetic data 
from Bulgaria 

12:15 JENG, Y.; CHEN, K.-J. 

Geomagnetic evidence for the time-selecting concept 
of ancient Chinese health promotion 
12:30 EVANS, M.; KONDOPOULOU, D.; 
SPATHARAS, V.; AIDONA, E. 

Archaeomagnetic dating in Macedonian kilns (N. 
Greece) 

12:45 TARLING, D. 

Developments in the global archaeomagnetic direc¬ 
tional database * 

13:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


SE35 Archaeology and archaeomagnetism 
.2 Archaeomagnetism and secular 
variations - Poster Session 

Convener: Kovacheva, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Chauvin, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE283 ZANELLA, E.; GURIOLI, L.; CIARALLO, A.; 
CIONI, R.; LANZA, R. 

Comparison between remanent magnetizations ov 
Vesuvius pyroclastities of 79 A.D. and Pompei 
mural paintings 


SE36 Potential fields in geodesy, geophysics 
and geology (co-sponsored by G) I 

Convener: Jacoby, W.R. 

Co-Convener(s): Braitenberg, C.; Grafarend, E.W. 
Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: HERMES 
Chairperson: N.N. 

Global gravity field, geodesy, geodynamics, rotation: Earth 
and planets 

11:00 PELTIER, W.R.; PARI, G. 

Mantle viscosity, glacial isostary and the anomalous 
gravity field (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 DENIS, C.; ROGISTER, Y.; TOMECKA-SUCHON, 
S. 

How large is the non-hydrostatic part of the 
geopotential coefficient Cjo? 

11:45 VARGA, P. 

Temporal variation of second degree geopotential 
12:00 KAKKURI, J.; WANG, Z. 

Influences of the variations in the shape, size, and 
mass distribution on the global and local gravity 
field of the Earth 

12:15 TOMECKA-SUCHON, S.; DENIS, C.; ROGISTER, 
Y. 

On incremental stresses caused by tides, variable 
rotation rate or surface mass loads, and earthquake 
triggering 

12:30 BEGHEIN, C.; TOMECKA-SUCHON, S.; DENIS, 
C.; ROGISTER, Y.; VARGA, P. 

Palaeorotation and changes in time of the Earth’s 
internal structure 

12:45 VERMEERSEN, L.L.A.; SABADINI, R. 

Theory of post-seismic deformation and gravity 
potential field 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 SOLDATI, G.; PIERSANTI, A.; BOSCHI, E. 

Global postseismic deformation: effects on the 
gravity field 

14:15 DONG, D.; DICKEY, J.O.; CHAO. Y.; CHENG, 
M.K. 

Comparison of observed geocenter variations with 
model predictions 

14:30 ROGISTER, Y.; AMALVICT, M.; TOMECKA- 
SUCHON, S.; DENIS, C. 

On core modes 

14:45 COX, C.M.; PERINI, J.P.; LEMOINE, F.G.; 
NEREM, R.S. 

Goddard Venus gravity model development includ¬ 
ing the appllication of alternate solution constraint 
techniques 

15:00 BALLANI, L.; STROMEYER, D.; GREINER-MAI, 
H. 

On the structure of the magnetic field at the 
core-mantle boundary (Poster) 

Analysis, inversion and general treatment of potential field 
data 

15:05 MARTINEC, Z. 

The role of magnetic vector potential in 2-D electro¬ 
magnetic induction in a spherical Earth 


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15:20 WEBERS, W. 

On applying the regularization WIGCONT to poten¬ 
tial field downward continuation - consequences 
15:35 JACOBY, W.R.; SMILDE, P. 

Deriving gravity field parameters from terrestrial 
gravity measurements 

15:50 STRAKHOV, V.N.; SCHAFER, U.; STRAKHOV, 
A.V. 

Regional approximations of the gravity anomaly 
field in central and northern Europe 
16:05 FEDI, M.; FLORIO, G.; RAPOLLA, A. 

A method to determine the excess mass and the 
magnetic moment from potential field anomalies 
16:20 HOLOTA, P. 

An effective mass distribution among sources of the 
external gravity field 
16:35 BRAITENBERG, C.; ZADRO, M. 

The spectral evaluation of the gravitational potential 
field and its derivatives: the SE-Alps as an example 
16:50 END OF PART I 


SE36 Potential flelds in geodesy, geophysics 
and geology (co-sponsored by G) - 
Poster Session 


SE295 KUBLER, L.; BERGMAN, S.; MARTINSSON, 

O. 

A synthesis of the geology and geophysics of the 
northern Norrbotten ore province, Sweden 
SE296 RUOTOISTENMAKI, T. 

Midnorden project, geophysics sub-project: 
combined geophysical maps of Central and 
Northern Fennoscandia and their applications in 
ore prospecting and tectoninc analysis 
SE297 O’REILLY, B.M.; READMAN, P.W.; MUR¬ 
PHY, T. 

Gravity patterns and carboniferous base-metal ore 
deposits in Ireland 

SE298 REEH, G.A.; HASSAN, H. 

Geophysical investigations into the deep structure 
of Mamoura area, offshore Libya 
SE299 KAMINSKY, V.D.; PISKAREV, A.L.; 
POSELOV, V.A. 

The Earth crust structure in the continent-ocean 
transition zone according to potential field data 
interpretation in Arctic 
SE300 MRLINA, J.; SPICAK, A. 

Changes of gravity in relation to other 
geodynamic phenomena in western Bohemia 



Convener: Jacoby, W.R. 

Co-Convener(s): Braitenberg, C.; Grafarend, E.W. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE285 BALLANI, L.; STROMEYER, D.; 
GREINER-MAI, H. 

On the structure of the magnetic field at the 
core-mantle boundary 
SE286 COHEN, Y.; PURUCKER, M. 

Introducing long wavelenthes in global magneti¬ 
zation models to delineate age provinces 
SE287 DANCKWARDT, E.; JACOBS, F. 

A rapid method on three-dimensional electrical 
resistivity 

SE288 RITTER, S. 

On integral operators of potential theory and its 
applications 

SE289 AKYOL, N.; PINAR, R. 

Analysis of gravity data with 3-D Hilbert trans¬ 
formation 

SE290 ANKAYA, O.; AKDEMIR, O.; AKCIG, Z.; 
PINAR, R. 

Application of the Hilbert transform and power 
spectra in the potential fields 
SE291 SMILDE, P.L. 

Non-linear gravity inversion incorporating both 
density and geometric parameters 
SE292 BILIARSKA, R.; ZHELEV, ZH.; BILIARSKA, 
I. 

On the solution of the inverse problems of 
potential fields with an optimal ortogonal prism 
SE293 PINTO, V.; RIVERO, L.; CASAS, A. 

An interactive 2D and 3D gravity modelling 
programme for personal computers 
SE294 MLADENOVIC, M.; SMILJANIC, N. 

Study of ultramfic belts in inner Dinarides and 
Vardar zone 


SE36 Potential Helds in geodesy, geophysics 
and geology (co-sponsored by G) II 

Convener: Jacoby, W.R. 

Co-Convener(s): Braitenberg, C.; Grafarend, E.W. 
Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 5 
Chairperson: N.N. 

09:00 BULAKH, E.; MARKOVA, M.; YAKYMCHUK, N. 
A solution of inverse problem of potential in the 
class of star bodies 

09:15 FEDI, M.; LENARDUZZI, L.; PRIMICERI, R.; 
QUARTA, T. 

Localized wavelet denoising of potential field data 
09:30 YAKYMCHUK, N.; YAKYMCHUK, Y. 

The new approach to recounting of potential fields 
09:45 YAKYMCHUK, M.; YAKYMCHUK, Y.; 
CHERNY, A.; KORCHAGIN, I.; KOZLENKO, Y. 
The interpretation of geoid anomalies by an automat¬ 
ed fitting method 
10:00 PAPP, G.; BENEDEK, J. 

Numerical determination of field lines in gravitation¬ 
al space 

10:15 STRYKOWSKI, G. 

Mapping gravi-equipotential surfaces inside masses 
by direct use of Newtons integral 
10:30 COHEN, Y.; PURUCKER, M. 

Introducing long wavelenthes in global magnetiza¬ 
tion models to delineate age provinces (Poster) 
10:35 DANCKWARDT, E.; JACOBS, F. 

A rapid method on three-dimensional electrical 
resistivity (Poster) 

10:40 RITTER, S. 

On integral operators of potential theory and its 
applications (Poster) 

10:45 AKYOL, N.; PINAR, R. 

Analysis of gravity data with 3-D Hilbert transfor¬ 
mation (Poster) 


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10:50 ANKAYA, O.; AKDEMIR, O.; AKCIG, Z.; PINAR, 
R. 

Application of the Hilbert transform and power 
spectra in the potential fields (Poster) 

10:55 SMILDE, P.L. 

Non-linear gravity inversion incorporating both 
density and geometric parameters (Poster) 

11:00 BILIARSKA, R.; ZHELEV, ZH.; BILIARSKA, I. 
On the solution of the inverse problems of potential 
fields with an optimal ortogonal prism (Poster) 

11:05 PINTO, V.; RIVERO, L.; CASAS, A. 

An interactive 2D and 3D gravity modelling 
programme for personal computers (Poster) 

Geological and tectonic problems, isostasv, case histories 

11:10 MARSON, I.; PANZA, G.; VELICOGNA, 1. 

Gravity and geoid data for the validation of a 3-D 
structural model of European region 
11:25 JAHR, TH.; JENTZSCH, G.; GABRIEL, G.; 
MELZER, J. 

Gravity and geodynamic investigations of the Harz 
mountains/Germany from 1991 to 1997 
11:40 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 KOUTINOV, I.G.; TCHISTOVA, Z.B. 

Potential fields - important indicators of geodynamic 
setting of ancient structures of Earth’s crust? 

14:15 GUDMUNDSSON, M.T. 

The structure and thermal state of active volcanic 
centres in Iceland studied with gravity and magnetics 
14:30 RYZHYI, B.P.; BELLAVIN, O.V.; NACHAPKIN, 
N.L 

About connection of mantle and crust in lithosphere 
of the Urals 
14:45 WANG, Z. 

The crustal structure and the geoid in the 
Fennoscandian Shield 

15:00 ABOU HELEKIA, M.M.; MAURITSCH, H.J.; 
SETTO, L; SENDLHOFER, G.P.; EL-SHEMI, A.M. 
Delineation of sedimentary basins and crustal thick¬ 
ness in El Minia - Assiut area, Egypt by using 3-D 
gravity and 2.5-D magnetic modelling 
15:15 ELERAKI, M. 

Depocenters in north Egypt approved from potential 
field data 

15:30 RABAE, A.M.; ABUHAJAR, M.L 

The geological interpretation of a magnetic anomaly 
in the continental shelf of NW offshore Libya 
15:45 BESUTIU, L.; NICOLESCU, A.; CRISTEA, P.; 
STANCHEVICI, B. 

Combined geophysical research within north 
Dobrogea Orogene, Romania 
16:00 MLADENOVIC, M.; SMILJANIC, N. 

Study of ultramfic belts in inner Dinarides and 
Vardar zone (Poster) 

16:05 KUBLER, L.; BERGMAN, S.; MARTINSSON, O. 
A synthesis of the geology and geophysics of the 
northern Norrbotten ore province, Sweden (Poster) 
16:10 RUOTOISTENMAKI, T. 

Midnorden project, geophysics sub-project: combined 
geophysical maps of Central and Northern 
Fennoscandia and their applications in ore prospect¬ 
ing and tectoninc analysis (Poster) 


16:15 O’REILLY,B.M.; READMAN, PW.; MURPHY,T. 
Gravity patterns and carboniferous base-metal ore 
deposits in Ireland (Poster) 

16:20 REEH, G.A.; HASSAN, H. 

Geophysical investigations into the deep structure of 
Mamoura area, offshore Libya (Poster) 

16:25 KAMINSKY, V.D.; PISKAREV, A.L.; POSELOV, 
V.A. 

The Earth crust structure in the continent-ocean 
transition zone according to potential field data 
interpretation in Arctic (Poster) 

16:30 MRLINA, J.; SPICAK, A. 

Changes of gravity in relation to other geodynamic 
phenomena in western Bohemia (Poster) 

16:35 END OF SESSION 


SE37 Regional magnetic surv^s: data, mod¬ 
els and charts - Poster Session 

Convener: Best, A. 

Co-Convcner(s): Chiappini, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Editors: Chiappini, M.; Best, A. 

SE353 KARATAEV, G.; KARAGODINA, O.; 

SE37-OI6 SAS-UHRYNOWSKI. A.; MROCZEK, S. 

Establishment of magnetic secular variation 
network in Belarus 

SE354 DEMINA, M.; KASYANENKO, L.G.; 

sE 37 .on SAS-UHRYNOWSKI, A.; WELKER, E. 

Magnetic atlas of the Baltic Sea 
SE355 KHARITONOV, A.L.; ODINTSOV, S.D.; 

SE37-().8 ROTANOVA, N.M.; TSVETKOV, YU.P. 

Magsat magnetic anomaly fields for Europe and 
Asia 

SE356 AHMED, F.M.; DEEBES, H. 
sE 37 -()i 9 Magnetic survey of Ras Gharib area in Egypt for 
petroleum exploration 

SE357 MIHAIJLOVIC, J.S.; POPESKOV, D.; 

SE37-()2() OBRADOVIC, M. 

IGFR model and geomagnetic repeat station 
surveys in Yugoslavia 

SE358 SAILHAC, P.; GALDEANO, A.; GIBERT, D.; 

SE37-021 MOREAU, F.; DELOR, C. 

Magnetic sources characterization in Guyana 
infered from aeromagnetic data analysed with 
continuous wavelets 

SE37 Regional magnetic surveys: data, mod¬ 
els and charts 

Convener: Best, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Chiappini, M. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 
Chairperson: Chiappini, M. 

Editor: Chiappini, M. 

08:30 DE SANTIS, A.; TORTA, JM. 
sE 37 -(x)i Ordinary and spherical cap harmonics and an inte¬ 
gral matrix-based approach for modelling regional 
magnetic data (Solicited Paper) 


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09:00 KORTE, M.; BEST, A.; HAAK, V. 

SE37-002 Magnetic anomalies and secular variation in central 
Europe 

09:15 ROESER, H.A.; SCHULZ, G.; BEBLO, M. 

SE37-003 Comparison of observed secular variationwith the 
changes of the IGRF in Germany 
09:30 BESUTIU, L. 

SE37-004 On the normal geomagnetic field (NGF). Modelling 
and understanding 

09:45 ALEXANDRESCU, M.; BERGER, J.; BEST, A.; 
SE37.005 DUMA, G.; FREDOW, M.; HEJDA, P.; 
HORACEK, J.; SAS-UHRYNOWSKI, A.; 
ZOLTOWSKI, Z. 

Coordinated magnetic repeat station survey in 
Europe 

10:00 ALEXANDRESCU, M. 

SE37-006 Half-century of magnetic repeat stations measure¬ 
ments in France 

10:15 KORMENDI, A.; ALEXANDRESCU, M.; LE 
SE37-007 MOUEL, J.-L.; RASMUSSEN, O. 

Initial results from analysis of periodic and secular 
variation by LabVIEW + HiQ 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Best, A. 

Editor: Best, A. 

11:00 WEBERS, W. 

SE37-008 On determining reference fields from ground-based 
and satellite field data 
11:15 BICSKEI, T.; HASKIC, A. 

SE37-009 Geomagnetic field on the territory of Yugoslavia for 
the epoch 1995.5 

11:30 ROTANOVA, N.M.; KHARITONOV, A.L. 

SE37-010 Spectral analysis of the Magsat geomagnetic field 
11:45 ROTANOVA, N.M.; TSVETKOV, YU.P. 

SE37-011 Aerostatic surveys of the geomagnetic field at the 
stratospheric altitudes 
12:00 AHMED, F.M.; DEEBES, H. 

SE37-012 Magnetic survey of the area northwest of 
El-Quseir-Egypt 

12:15 AHMED, F.M.; DEEBES, H. 

SE37-0I3 Magnetic survey of wadi Natrun area northwest of 
Cairo - Egypt 

12:30 WOLDETINSAE, G.; RAM BABU, H.V. 

SE37-014 Aeromagnetic study near Gadarwara area, and its 
implication in the Narmada-Son Lineament (NSL), 
India 

12:45 GREEN, A.W.; HEGYMEGI, L.; KORMENDI, A.; 
SE37.015 PANKRATZ, L.W.; SAUTER, E.A. 

A fast delta "I" delta "D" system for measurement of 
geomagnetic elements 

13:00 KOREPANOV, V.; KLYMOVYCH, E. 

SE37-022 Data quality of regional magnetic survey 
13:15 END OF SESSION 


Attend the Business Meeting of your Section 

on Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, Lecture Room RIO 


SE38 Long term global geophysical data 
products from remote sensing 

Convener: Arino, O. 

Co-Convener(s): Kerr, Y.H. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R1 
Chairperson: Kerr, Y.H. 

Editors: Kerr, Y.H.; Arino, O. 

14:00 BUONGIORNO, A.; ARINO, O.; MELINOTTE, 

SE38-001 J.-M. 

The "global land land 1km AVHRR data set" pro¬ 
ject: ESA activities in data collection, processing and 
distribution 

14:15 KERR, Y.H.; GUILLOU, C.; LAGOUARDE, J.P.; 
SE384)02 NERRY, F.; OTTLE, C.; ARINO, O. 

Global land surface temperature retrieval from 
NOAA AVHRR data 

14:30 ARINO, O.; MELINOTTE, J.-M.; BUONGIORNO, 

SE38-003 A. 

World Fire Atlas with AVHRR and ATSR data 
14:45 SOBRINO, J.A.; RAISSOUNI, N. 

SE384)04 Methods for land cover dynamics monitoring using 
the global land 1-km project AVHRR data. Applica¬ 
tion to Morocco 

15:00 ACHARD, F.; MAYAUX, P.; EVA, H.; JANVIER, 

SE38-005 P. 

Production of tropical forest ditribution maps using 
remote sensing data at a global scale 
15:15 BERTHELOT, B,; KERGOAT, L.; CABOT, F.; 
SE38-006 DEDIEU, G.; MAISONGRANDE, P. 

LASUR: the land surface reflectance data for 
1989-1990 

15:30 WEISS, M.; BARET, F. 

SE384I07 What are the canopy biohpysical variables that can 
be estimated from large swath stallite data? 

15:45 CALADO, T.J.; DACAMARA, C.C.; 

SE38-008 CORTE-REAL, J. 

An operational scheme for cloud classification over 
land using METEOSAT imagery 
16:00 RIGOLLIER, C.; WALD, L. 

SE38-009 Mapping solar radiation from Meteosat images with 
the improved Heliosat method 
16:15 END OF SESSION 


SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

.1 Open session on physical properties 
of geomaterials - Poster Session 

Convener: Urai, J.L. 

Co-Convener(s): Huenges, E. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE377 MAJ, S. 

Electronic properties of minerals related to the 
Earth’s lower mantle 

SE378 KOHLBECK, F.; SZARKA, L.; 

WESZTERGOM, V.; JELINOWSKA, A.; 
MENVIELLE, M.; TUCHOLKA, P.; SCHOTT, 
J.J. 

Limiations in identification of lake sediment 
layers by using precise geoelectric soundings 



SE379 TRICIO, V.; VILORIA, R.; RODRIGUEZ, L.; 
GONZALEZ, I. 

Comparative values for environmental parameters 
in a historical building 

SE380 GLIKO, A.O.; PARSEGOV, D.V.; VANYAN, 
L.L. 

Modelling transport properties of crustal rocks 
during prograde metamorphic events 
SE381 TENTLER, T.; MULUGETA, G. 

Stile of buckles in analogue "rocks" with differ¬ 
ent rheologies 

SE382 STORELVMO, L.; JELMERT, T.A.; 
MIDDLETON, M.F. 

Numerical simulation of the tidal effect 
SE383 DIAUR, N.I. 

Variation in elastic anisotropy in rocks deformed 
under high pressure and uniaxial compression 
SE384 KULENKAMPFF, J.; JUST, A.; FLECHSIG, 
C.; JACOBS, F. 

Measurements of diffusion in unconsolidated 
clays with the aid of resistivity tomography 
SE385 BOS, B.; SPIERS, C.J.; PEACH, C.J. 

Influence of chemically active fluids on fault slip 
SE386 BOUROVA, E.; PARKER, S.C.; RICHET, P. 

Atomistic simulation of quartz and cristobalite at 
high temperature 
SE387 TATARINOV, V.N. 

The dynamics of spatial - temporal variations of 
physical fields and structure in rocks massifs 
SE388 DIETRICH, M.; MARQUIS, G.; STOPIN, A.; 
CHAFFARD, V.; GARAMBOIS, S.; GUIGUET, 
R.; BARSUKOV, P. 

Geophysical investigations of the Clery fault, 
Vercors, France 

SE389 ITO, H.; FUJIMOTO, K.; OHTANI, T.; 
TANAKA, H.; HIGUCHI, T.; TOMIDA, N.; 
AGAR, S.M. 

Alteration and mass transfer alogn the GSJ 
borehole penetrating the Nojima earthquake fault 
SE390 STEWART, M.; HOLDSWORTH, R.E.; 
IMBER, J. 

Weakening processes within continental fault 
zones 

SE391 SPIEGELBERG, H.; STORZ, W.; FLECHSIG, 

CH.; JACOBS, F. 

DC-geoelectrical deep soundings in combination 
with modern inversion technologies: a tool to 
investigate geological structures 
SE391A KIREENKOVA, S.M.; EHMOVA, G.A. 

The anomal changes of the physical parameters 
of clinopyroxenes at high pressures 
SE391B EFIMOVA, G.A.; KIREENKOVA, S.M. 

Informativity of microstructural investigations of 
rocks under high PT-conditions for study of 
processes of earthquakes preparation 
SE391C VLASOV, Y.T.; INGEROV, A.I.; KUSCH, O. 

Electromagnetic techniques for fault zones map¬ 
ping 


Attend the Poster Session 


SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

.2 Imaging, analysing and modelling 
pore structure in geomaterials 

Convener: David, C. 

Co-Convener(s): Olgaard, D.L.; Rodriguez Rey, A. 
Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R11 
Chairperson: Anselmetti, F. 

Editors: David, C.; Olgaard, D.L.; Rodriguez Rey, A. 
09:00 FREDRICH, J.T. 

SE39.2- 3D imaging of porous media and application to 
m microscale modelling of transport properties (Solicit¬ 
ed Paper) 

09:30 DAVIDSON. G.; PETFORD, N.; MILLER, J.A. 
SE39.2- Visualisation of pore structure geometry using 
(x )2 confocal scanning laser microscopy 
09:45 THOVERT, J.-F.; SPANNE, P.; JACQUIN, C.G.; 
SE39.2- ADLER, P.M. 

(x )3 Multiscale characterization of the geometrical and 
transport properties of a Fontainebleau sandstone 
from microtomographic imaging 
10:00 GOEBBELS, J.; HELLMUTH, KLOBES, 
SE39.2- P.; MEYER, K.; SIITARI-KAUPPI, M. 

(XM Imaging and analyzing rock porosity by autoradiog¬ 
raphy and HG-porosimetry/computertomography 
10:15 ZANG, A.; WAGNER, F.C.; STANCHITS, S.; 
SE39.2- DRESEN, G. 

(X)5 Fracture source mapping in deformed granite by 
advanced acoustic emission and X-ray tomography 
10:30 MONTEMAGNO, C.D.; PYRAK-NOLTE, L.J. 
SE 39 . 2 - Fracture network versus single fractures: measure- 
(x)6 ment of fracture geometry with X-ray tomography 
10:45 BREAK 

Chairperson: Rodriguez Rey, A. 

Editors: David, C.; Olgaard, D.L.; Rodriguez Rey, A. 

11:15 EHRLICH, R. 

SE39.2. Strong relationships between image data and sand- 
(K )7 stone physical properties (Solicited Paper) 

11:45 BELIN, S.; ANGUY, Y.; BERNARD, D.; FERM, 
SE39.2- J.B.; FRITZ, B. 

<x)R Modelling physical properties of sandstone reservoirs 

by blending 2D image analysis data with 3D capil¬ 
lary pressure data 

12:00 ANGUY, Y.; BERNARD, D. 

SE39.2- Is it possible to characterize the geometry of a real 
(XK) porous medium by a direct measurement on a finite 
section? 

12:15 ANSELMETTI, F.S.; LUTHI, S.; EBERLI, G.P. 
SE39.2- Quantitative characterization of carbonate pore 
OK) systems by digital image analysis 
12:30 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Olgaard, D.L. 

Editors: David, C.; Olgaard, D.L.; Rodriguez Rey, A. 
14:00 SOLYMAR, M. 

SE 39 . 2 - Image analysis, and estimation of porosity and 
on permeability of Amager Greensand, upper Creta¬ 
ceous, Denmark 
14:15 LINDQUIST, W.B. 

SE 39 . 2 - Investigating three dimensional geometry of porous 
012 media from high resolution images 


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14:30 SAMMARTINO, S.; PATRffiR, P.; SARDINI, P.; 
SE39.2- MEUNIER, A.; TEVISSEN, E. 

013 Alteration influence on microporosity connectivity of 
Charroux-Civray tbnalite 
14:45 HROUDA, F.; HANAK, J.; TERZIJSKI, I. 

SE39.2- Pore fabrics of ceramic models investigated by 

014 magnetic anisotropy 

15:00 O’CONNOR, R.M.; FREDRICH, J.T.; 

SE39,2- STOCKMAN, H.W. 

015 Microscale flow modelling in geologic materials 
15:15 DU PLESSIS, J.P. 

SE39.2- Introducing a percolation threshhold in pore-scale 
016 modelling 

15:30 SARDINI, P.; SAMMARTINO, S.; MOREAU, E. 
SE39,2- Simulation of 2D granite crack systems from image 
017 analysis and sterological data 
15:45 ZEMMERMANN, G.; BURKHARDT, H. 

SE39.2- Fluid pathways in crystalline rock 
018 

16:00 LADD, A.F.; BLAIR, S. 

SE39.2- 3-D deformation analysis based on high resolution 
019 X-ray tomographs 
16:15 END OF SESSION 


SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

.2 Imaging, analysing and modelling 
pore structure in geomaterials - 
Poster Session 

Convener: David, C. 

Co-Convener(s): Olgaard, D.L.; Rodriguez Rey, A. 
Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Zang, A.H. 

Editors: David, C.; Olgaard, D.L.; Rodriguez Rey, A. 

SE392 MENENDEZ, B.; DAVID, C.; DAROT, M. 
SE39.2-020 Laser confocal microscopy study of the 3-D 
crack network of mechanically and thermally 
deformed granite samples 

SE393 RAYNAUD, S.; DESRUES, J.; GURAUD, Y.; 
SE39.2-021 MAZEROLLE, F.; TILLARD, D. 

Evidence of the material nature influence on the 
brittle rupture style 

SE394 RUIZ DE ARGANDOA, V.G.; RODRIGUEZ 
SE39.2-022 REY, A.', CELORIO, C.; CALLEJA, L.; 
SUAREZ DEL RIO, LM.; LLAVONA, J. 
Characterization by computed X-ray tomography 
of the evolution of the pore structure of a 
dolomitic rock during freezing-thawing ageing 
tests 

SE395 DAROT, M.; MENENDEZ, B.; BERNARD, 

SE39.2-023 J.-D. 

Infinite cluster imaging: experimental aspects of 
wood’s metal intrusion in Fontainebleau sand¬ 
stones 

SE396 MENENDEZ, B.; RODRIGUEZ-REY, A.; 

SE39.2-<)24 MONTOTO, M. 

Estimation of pore geometry parameters in rocks 
from single sections by stereology 
SE397 MOREAU, E.; SAMMARTINO, S.; 
sE39.2-«25 TOUCHARD, G. 

2D and 3D geometry of soils: pore size distribu¬ 
tion and percolation paths 


SE398 DUBOIS, C.; GAVIGLIO, P.; THEMIER, F.; 

SE39.2-()26 POINTEAU, I. 

2D/3D characterization of a natural porous 
medium: the chalk 

SE399 SAUSSE, J.; LESPINASSE, M.; CANALS, M. 
sE39.2-()27 Micro and macrofractures planes roughness. 

Evidences of high chenalizatioons of fluids and 
consequences on fluid-rock interactions 
SE400 CARRIO SCHAFFHAUSER, E.; GAMOND, 
sE39.2-()28 J.F.; HENRIOT, O.; CHAMILLET, J. 

The grain scale localisation processes: experi¬ 
mental study on lacustrine clays 
SE401 DELERUE, J.F.; YU, Z.Y.; MA, S.D.; 

SE39.2-029 PERRIER, E. 

A new method of skeleton extraction and appli¬ 
cation for 3D soil images 

SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

.3 The enect of rock micro-structure 
and fluids on rock physical proper¬ 
ties - Poster Session 

Convener: Glover, P.W.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Huenges, E.; Main, L; Safanda, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE402 RUSINIAK, L. 

Spontaneous polarization of water in a porous 
solid body 

SE403 ZAPPONE, A.; KHAZANEHDARI, J.; 
RUTTER, E.; BURLINI, L. 

Seismic laboratory measurements of Vp and Vs 
on rocks with granitic composition 
SE404 LOPES, I.; ALMEIDA, T.; MARQUES, F.; 
TEVES-COSTA, P. 

Mechanical behaviour of miocene soft rocks and 
their micro-structure 

SE405 CHERNOVA, I.Y.; SIDOROVA, N.N. 

Petrophysical properties of sandstone in facies 
and palaeotectonic reconstructions 
SE405A PRIBNOW, D.; WILLIAMS, C.; DUYSTER, J.; 
SASS, J. 

The effect of water-saturation on thermal conduc¬ 
tivity 


SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

.3 The effect of rock micro-structure 
and fluids on rock physical proper¬ 
ties 

Convener: Glover, P.W.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Huenges, E.; Main, I.; Safanda, J. 
Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R11 
Chairperson: Glover, P.W.J. 

09:00 WONG, T.-F. 

Effects of stress on permeability (Solicited Paper) 
09:30 BERNARD, D.; VIGNOLES, G.; ANGUY, Y. 

Coupled evolutions of micro-geometry and transport 
properties: a numerical study for simple porous 
media 



09:45 GLOVER, P.W.J.; MATSUKI, K.; HIKIMA, R.; 
HAYASHI, K. 

Synthetic rough fractures in rocks for flow modelling 
10:00 GLOVER, P.W.J.; MATSUKI, K.; HIKIMA, R.; 
HAYASHI, K. 

Fluid flow in synthetic rough fractures and applica¬ 
tions to a field scale fracture 
10:15 OGILVIE, S. 

The influence of fluorite and barite cementation on 
porosity and permeability in reservoir and reservoir 
analogue sandstones 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Main, I. 

11:00 CLAVAUD, J.-B.; ZAMORA, M. 

Transport properties of sedimentary and volcanic 
rocks 

11:15 MERCET, C.; BERNARD, D.; ANGUY, Y. 

Effects of surface conductivity on formation factor: 
a numerical study for simple porous media 
11:30 BERNARD, M.L.; ZAMORA, M.; GERAUD, Y. 
Electrical and hydraulic properties of pyroclastic 
rocks and their relations to microstructure 
11:45 BACHLE, G.; GLOVER, P. 

Pore structure and transport in a pure sandstone - 
determination of relevant properties 
12:00 PAPE, H.; CLAUSER, C.; BARTELS, J. 

Permeability-porosity relationship for sedimentary, 
igneous and metamorphic rocks on the base of 
fractal pore space geometry 

12:15 CORAZZA, M.; LOSITO, G.; PRATESI, G.; 
TROVA, A. 

Critical size of crystallites in electrical conductivity 
of graphitic rocks 

12:30 WEERTS, A.H.; BOUTEN, W. 

Simultaneous measurement of water retention and 
electrical conductivity: test of a tortuosity model 
12:45 KULENKAMPFF, J. 

Complete pore size distributions of rocks controlling 
complex electrical and transport properties 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Huenges, E. 

14:00 ZAMORA, M.; CATTIN, R. 

Effect of pore geometry on thermal properties of 
sedimentary rocks 

14:15 PRIBNOW, D.; WILLIAMS, C.; DUYSTER, J.; 
SASS, J. 

The effect of water-saturation on thermal conductivi¬ 
ty (Poster) 

14:20 KOHL, T.; RYBACH, L. 

Estimating fluid flow behaviour in mid-crustal depth 
domains 

14:35 WULFF, A.-M. 

Variation of wave attenuation in different dry rocks 
during micro fracturing 

14:50 MITROFANOV, G.; NEFEDKINA, T.; 
KURDJUKOVA, T. 

Seismic dynamic inversion using compressional and 
converted waves 
15:05 KERN, H.; POPP, T. 

P- and S-wave velocities and attenuation in relevant 
crustal rocks at PT conditions and the role of 
intercrystalline fluids 
15:20 BREAK 


Chairperson: Safanda, J. 

16:00 TOMECKA-SUCHON, S.; MARCAK, H. 

Investigation on physical properties of fractured rock 
by geophysical methods 
16:15 RUSINIAK, L. 

Spontaneous polarization of water in a porous solid 
body (Poster) 

16:20 ZAPPONE, A.; KHAZANEHDARI, J.; RUTTER, 
E.; BURLINI, L. 

Seismic laboratory measurements of Vp and Vs on 
rocks with granitic composition (Poster) 

16:25 LOPES, I.; ALMEIDA, T.; MARQUES, F.; 
TEVES-COSTA, P. 

Mechanical behaviour of miocene soft rocks and 
their micro-structure (Poster) 

16:30 CHERNOVA, I.Y.; SIDOROVA, N.N. 

Petrophysical properties of sandstone in facies and 
palaeotectonic reconstructions (Poster) 

16:35 FORSTER, A.; DOVETON, J.H.; -MERRIAM, 
D.F.; BLACKWELL, D.D. 

In situ thermal conductivity and its importance for 
heat-flow studies: an example from a sedimentary 
environment 

16:50 POPP, T.; KERN, H. 

How dilatant is rock salt? 

17:05 GLOVER, P.W.J. 

Summary of session 
17:30 END OF SESSION 


SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

.4 Pore pressure as a geomechanical 
and geophysical parameter 

Convener: Kiimpel, H.-J. 

Co-Convener(s): Grasso, J.-R. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R11 

Chairpersons: Grasso, J.-R.; Kiimpel, H.-J. 

14:00 GRECKSCH, G.; KUMPEL, H.-J. 

Deformation field and pore pressure changes follow¬ 
ing the M5.9 Roermond-Earthquake 
14:15 KUMPEL, GUPTA, H.K.; 

RADHAKRISHNA, I.; CHADHA, R.K.; 
GRECKSCH, G. 

Studying the role of pore pressure in a RIS case 
14:30 KESSELS, W.; ZOTH, G. 

Determination of hydraulic conductivity and subsi¬ 
dence volume from water level measurements during 
blasting operations 

14:45 AUDIGANE, P.; ROYER, J.J.; SHAPIRO, S. 

3D permeability tensor estimation from microseismic 
data 

15:00 SCHULZE, K.C.; KUMPEL, H.-J.; HUENGES, E. 
Pore pressure signals from great depth: continuous 
fluid level records from the KTB, Kola SG-3 and 
Iceland LL-03 boreholes 

15:15 REVIL, A.; CATHELS, L.M.; PEZARD, P.A. 

Fluid overpressures in western Mediterranean sedi¬ 
ments 

15:30 PEREZ, L.; BERNARDI, D.; JIMENEZ, O. 

Modelling of compaction in faulted sedimentary 
basins: influence of different mechanical models on 
fluid pressure 


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15:45 BOUCHETTE, F.; SEGURET, M.; MOUSSINE- 
POUCHKINE, A. 

Brecciation of a weakly cohesive carbonate mud by 
wave-induced liquefaction 
16:00 CHERNIAVSKI, V.; SUETNOVA, E. 

Natural porosity evolution in the Earth crust: time 
scale and influence of boundary conditions 
16:15 END OF SUB-SESSION 


SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

.5 Physical properties of partially 
molten rocKs 

Convener: Dell’Angelo, L.N. 

Co-Convener(s): Rosenberg, C. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R11 

Chairpersons: Rosenberg, C.; Dell’Angelo, L.N. 

08:40 Introduction 

08:45 LAPORTE, D.; PROVOST, A.; RIGNAULT, E. 
Dihedral angles and melt interconnection in partially 
molten crust: theory and experiments 
09:00 VIGNERESSE, J.L.; TIKOFF, B. 

Strain partitioning and percolation effects on the 
rheology of partial melt and crystallizing magma 
09:15 BROWN, M.; SOLAR, G.S. 

Melt extraction and transport during deformation 
09:30 BRUHN, D.; ZIMMERMAN, M.E.; KOHLSTEDT, 
D.L. 

Deformation of partially molten mantle rocks at high 
stresses 

09:45 GROEBNER, N.; BRUHN, D.; KOHLSTEDT, D.L. 
Topology of metal melts in olivine aggregates 
deformed to high shear strain 
10:00 MUELLER, H.J.; KERN, H.; RAAB, S.; POPP, T.; 
ROETZLER, K. 

Elastic properties of granite under high pressure-high 
temperature conditions up to partial melting 
10:15 GALLO, I.; KRUHL, J.H. 

Magmatic deformation during melt ascent in a 
developing ring complex (the Larvik Pluton, Nor¬ 
way) 

10:30 ROSENBERG, C.L.; RILLER, U. 

Melt popology in naturally deformed granitoid rocks 
10:45 SAWYER, W. 

Microstructural evidence for melt in magmatitese 
11:00 BERGER, A. 

Microstructures in cordierite-bearing migmatities: 
inferences for melt segregation 
11:15 DARROZES, J.; GAILLOT, P.; TIKOFF, B. 

Strain and fabric analyses on porphyroclast interac¬ 
tion 

11:30 GAILLOT, P.; DARROZES, J.; GREGOIRE, V. 
Fabric image analysis tools for polyphased rocks: a 
comparative study 
11:45 END OF SUB-SESSION 
12:00 Business Meetings 


SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 
.6 Physical properties of mudrocks 

Convener: Horseman, S.T. 

Co-Convener(s): Urai, J.L. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R11 
Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 THURY, M.; GAUTSCHI, A. 

The Mont Terri underground rock laboratory; a new 
international research project in shale 
11:20 ALONSO, E.E.; GENS, A.; LLORET, A. 

Time dependent swelling of mudrocks (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:50 HARRINGTON, J.F.; HORSEMAN, S.T. 

Chemico-osmotic flow, swelling and hydration in 
shales 

12:10 SOLER, J.M. 

Coupled transport phenomena in the Opalinus Clay 
(Switzerland): first estimates of solute fluxes 
12:30 BILLIOTTE, J.; BOISSON, J.Y.; DAUPLEY, X. 
Some aspects of relationships between hydric and 
mechanical properties of an argillaceous rock 
12:50 LUNCH 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 TEVISSEN, E.; HARMAND, B.; GRIFFAULT, L.; 
VITART, X.; CAVE, M. 

Characterisation of anion diffusion in a siltite forma¬ 
tion (Marcoule, France): through-diffusion experi¬ 
ments and interpretation of in-situ chloride and 
bromide profiles 

14:20 GRIBI, P.; RIVERA, A.; SCHNEIDER, J.; 
ZUIDEMA, P. 

Consolidation-induced radionuclide release from a 
HLW repository in the Opalinus clay in Switzerland 
14:40 CARTWRIGHT, J.A.; DEWHURST, D.N. 

Compaction by syneresis: a mechanism for the 
development of polygonal fault systems in ultra 
fine-grained sediments 

15:00 KOSTYRYA, V.YA.; AGAFONOV, A.V. 

Local offloading of the outburst-hazardous coal 
seams by the preparational workings 
15:20 GALLE, C. 

Behaviour of compacted clay under high gas pres¬ 
sure 

15:40 HARRINGTON, J.F.; HOOKER, P.J.; HORSE¬ 
MAN, S.T. 

An in situ gas injection experiment in the Mercia 
mudstone, Keyworth, England 
16:00 HERBERT, H.-J.; MOOG, H. 

Ion exchange, water uptake, swelling and swelling 
pressure of MX-80 bentonite in high saline brines 
16:20 END OF SUB-SESSION 


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SE39 Physical properties of geomaterials 

.6 Physical properties of mudrocks - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Horseman, S.T. 

Co-Convener(s): Urai, J.L. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE406 CAVE, M.; GRIFFAULT, L.; REEDER, S. 

The extraction and characterisation of pore-water 
from lower permeability argillaceous rock sam¬ 
ples 

SE407 TAKAHASHI, M.; SHIMAMOTO, T. 

Velocity dependent behaviour of clay gouge 
SE408 VAN DER ZEE, W.; URAI, J.L. 

Clay injection into normal faults: first results 
from finite element modelling 
SE409 ALEXEEV, A.D.; BRYUKHANOV, A.M.; 

KERKEZ, S.D.; PITALENKO, E.I.; REVVA, 
V.N.; SNISHKO, V.D. 

Physical and mechanical properties of coal and 
their influence on the geophysical parameters of 
rock mass 

SE410 HOLVOET, F.-X.; VOLCKAERT, G.; 

BERNIER, F.; ORTIZ, L. 

Controlled suction oedometric tests on Boom 
clay 


SE41 Electro-magnetic and electro-kinetic 
properties of rocks: integration of 
laboratory, borehole and Held mea¬ 
surements 

Convener: Glover, P.W.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Revil, A.; Stoll, J.B. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R8 
Chairperson: Glover, P.W.J. 

Editor: Stoll, J.B. 

11:00 JOUNIAUX, L.; BERNARD, M.L. 
sE 4 i-(x)i Streaming potential measurements on volcanic 
samples (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 REVIL, A.; PEZARD, P.A.; GLOVER, P.W.J. 
sE 4 i-(K )2 Streaming electrical potential in porous media. 

Theory and geothermal application 
11:45 PREISS, S.; TIMM, F.; CZEGKA, W.; HUENGES, 

SE41-()()3 E.; MOLLER, P. 

Electrokinetically induced fluid flow in porous media 
12:00 COELHO, D.; THOVERT, J.-F.; ADLER, P.M. 
SE 4 i-(X )4 Electroosmotic phenomena in porous media 
12:15 LORNE, B.; PERRIER, F.; AVOUAC, J.-P. 
sE 4 i-(x )5 Streaming potential measurements with crushed rock 
samples and rock samples during deformation and 
rupture 

12:30 LUNCH 

Chairpersons: Revil, A.; Stoll, J.B. 

Editor: Glover, P.W.J.; Revil, A. 

14:00 CLINT, O.C.; SAMMONDS, P.R.; YOSHIDA, S.; 
SE414K)6 MEREDITH, P.G. 

Electrical potential signals from rocks undergoing 
deformation under simulated crustal conditions 


14:15 POZZI, J.P.; JOUNIAUX, L. 

SE 41-007 Streaming potential measurement as aprecursor to 
failure 

14:30 GARAMBOIS, S.; DIETRICH, M. 

SE 4 HK )8 Seismo-electric propagation in porus media: field 
experiments and theoretical studies 
14:45 PERRIER, F.; TRIQUE, M.; LORNE, B. AVOUAC, 
SE41.<X)9 J.-P.; HAUTOT, S.; TARITS, P. 

Electric potential variations associated with yearly 
lake level variations 
15:00 NEISHTADT, N.M. 

SE 41-010 On the piezoelectric properties of rocks, ores and 
minerals 

15:15 NEISHTADT, N.M. 

SE 41 - 0 U Classification of Piezo- and electrokinetic phenome¬ 
na 

15:30 BOULYTCHOV, A.; KOKSHAROV, V. 
sE 4 i-()i 2 Method of seismic-electric effect used on reflected 
waves 

15:45 SMILJANIC, N.; MILIVOJEVIC, M.; SCHNEGG, 
SE4I-013 P.-A.; MARTINOVIC, M. 

The electrical conductivity of the curst in Macva 
area (Serbia) and their connections with tonalite and 
metamorphic rocks 
16:00 MARTINELLI, G. 

sE 4 i-()i 4 The possible joint appearance of pre-seismic geo¬ 
chemical and geoelectrical anomalies in tectonically 
active areas (Poster) 

16:05 BIGALKE, J.; JUNGE, A. 

sE 4 i-()i 5 Application of the nonlinear IP effect to detect 
mineralized shear zones (Poster) 

16:10 KOPPAN, A.; SZARKA, L.; WESTZTERGOM, V. 
SE 4 I -016 Conclusions from multichannel electrical recordings 
in a standing tree (Poster) 

16:15 INGEROV, A.I.; BELYAVSKY, V.V.; 

SE41-()17 ANTSIFIROV, A.V.; VLASOV, Y.T.; 
SOLDATENKO, V.P.; ROKITYANSKY, I.I. 
Results of field, borehole and laboratory electromag¬ 
netic measurements in an oil-gas deposit in northern 
Ukraine (Poster) 

16:20 GLOVER, P.W.J. 

Summary of session 
16:30 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


SE41 Electro-magnetic and electro-kinetic 
properties of rocks: integration of 
laboratory, borehole and neld mea¬ 
surements - Poster Session 

Convener: Glover, P.W.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Revil, A.; Stoll, J.B. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE411 MARTINELLI, G. 

SE 41 - 0 I 4 The possible joint appearance of pre-seismic geo¬ 
chemical and geoelectrical anomalies in 
tectonically active areas 

SE412 BIGALKE, J.; JUNGE, A. 

SE 41 -OI 5 Application of the nonlinear IP effect to detect 
mineralized shear zones 


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SE413 KOPPAN, A.; SZARKA, L.; WESTZTERGOM, 

SE41-()I6 V. 

Conclusions from multichannel electrical record¬ 
ings in a standing tree 

SE414 INGEROV, A.L; BELYAVSKY, V.V.; 

SE4i^i7 ANTSIFIROV, A.V.; VLASOV, Y.T.; 

SOLDATENKO, V.P.; ROKITYANSKY, LI. 
Results of field, borehole and laboratory electro¬ 
magnetic measurements in an oil-gas deposit in 
northern Ukraine (Poster) 

SE42 Physical properties of fault zones 

Convener: Willemse, E.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Sanderson, D.J. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R2 
Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 VAN DER ZEE, W.; URAI, J.L. 

Quasi-static mechanical properties of faults 
14:15 LANSIGU, C.; RIVES, T.; VAN DEN 
DRIESSCHE, J.; ZELLAGUI, R. 

Brittle-ductile transition in normal fault zones: 
implication for fault sealing 
14:30 WIBBERLEY, C.; PETIT, J.-P.; RIVES, T. 

Normal stress control on cataclastic zone develop¬ 
ment around neo-ruptured faults 
14:45 KAY, M.A.; MAIN, I.G.; NGWENYA, B.T.; 
ELPHICK, S.C. 

Physico-chemical fault sealing in gouge rich experi¬ 
mental fault zones: a preliminary study 
15:00 ITO, H.; KUWAHARA, Y.; MIYAZAKI, T.; 
KIGUCHI, T.; FUJIMOTO, K.; OHTANI, T.; 
TAKANA, H.; HIGUCHI, T.; TOMIDE, N.; AGAR, 
S.M.; BRIE, A.; YAMAMOTO, H. 

Structure and physical properties of the Nojima fault 
from active fault drilling 
15:15 PEACOCK, D.C.P.; SANDERSON, D.J. 

The influence of fault propagation of stress system 
and layering 

15:30 MURRAY, T.A.; RIGOL, E.; GRIFFITHS, P.A.; 
OSBOURN, R.J.; KAPE, S.J.; JAFFRI, F. 

The prediction of fault damage zone structures using 
strain derived from kinematic modelling at a poten¬ 
tial radioactive wase repository 
15:45 LESPESASSE, M.; CATHELINEAU, M. 

Fluid pressure in faults and paleostress quantification 
by the use of fluid inclusion planes (FIP) 

16:00 SANDERSON, DJ.; ZHANG, X. 

Damage and fluid flow around normal faults in 
multilayered sequences 

16:15 KNIPE, R.J.; MCALLISTER, E.; HARRIS, S.D.; 
JONES, G.; FISHER, Q.J.; ALLIN, N.; 
CLENNELL, B.; ERNSHAW, J.; EDWARDS, E.; 
FARMER, A.B.; HENSON, D.; HOUGHTON, J.; 
JONES, R.; PEACOCK, D.; PORTER, J.R.; ROWE, 
J.; WHITE, E. 

Faulting processes, fault rock distribution and the 
behaviour of luids in fault zones 
16:30 INGEROV, A.L; ANTSIFIROV, A.L; 
BELYAVSKY, V.V.; ROKITYANSKY, I.I.; 
SOLDATENKO, V.V.; VLASOV, Y.T.; KUSCH, O. 
Electrical properties of deep faults on the Ukrainian 
shield and its slopes 
16:45 END OF SESSION 


SE43 Advances in the physical interpreta¬ 
tion of electromagnetic soundings - 
Poster Session 


Convener: Marquis, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Perrier, F. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:{K) 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE359 RITTER, O. 

New processing for magnetotelluric remote 
reference observations 

SE360 OETTINGER, G.; LARSEN, J.C.; HAAK, V. 

Processing of noisy magnetotelluric data with the 
two source method: an example from the 
Saxonian Granulite Massif 
SE361 SZARKA, L.; MENVIELLE, M. 

Use of non-conventional approach in 
magnetotellurics 

SE362 SZARKA, L.; ADAM, A.; MENVIELLE, M. 

Comparison of tensor decomposition methods on 
MT data measured in the Pannonian basin 
SE363 WEAVER, J.T.; AGARWAL, A.K. 

Investigation of the magnetotelluric tensor 
invariants and their physical intepretation using 
a synthetic model 

SE364 JONES, F.W.; CORREIA, A. 

Anisotropic and dimensional character of MT 
results from southern Portugal using Mohr circle 
analysis 

SE365 BANKS, R.J.; WRIGHT, D. 

Telluric analysis of distributed magnetotelluric 
impedance measurements 
SE366 VAGIN, S.A. 

The false condactive anomalies on 1-D interpre¬ 
tation and exception them by following 2-D 
interpretation 

SE367 MONTEIRO SANTOS, F.A.; MATIAS, H.; 
PINA ALMEIDA, E.; MENDES VICTOR, L. 
3D conductivity structure of a plio-quatemary 
tectonic basin: the Vilarica basin (NE Portugal) 
SE368 WECKMANN, U. 

AMT soundings in Spessart Mountains 
SE369 SHOLPO, M.E. 

Conditions providing the effective using of the 
apparent resistivity for the MT-monitoring of the 
geodynamical processes 
SE370 BERNARD, T.; TRESSOLS, F. 

New approach in 3D VLF-EM data representa¬ 
tion: exact location of cavities in karst formations 
from field survey (Poster + PC demo) 



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SE44 Can electromagnetic images constrain 
geophysical interpretation of 
tectonically active environments? 

Convener: Simpson, F. 

Co-Convener(s): Manzella, A.; Ritter, P.; Schnegg, P.-A.; 

Smiljanic, N. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R9 
Chairperson: Simpson, F. 

Editors: Simpson, F.; Manzella, A.; Ritter, P. 

08:30 BOERNER, D.E. 

sE44-(x)i Addressing geological non-uniqueness in appraising 
tectonic constraints provided by EM data (Solicited 
Paper) 

09:00 ECHTERNACHT, F. 

SE44-(K)2 The resistivity structure of the active continental 
margin in northern Chile 

09:15 RITTER, O.; MULLER, A.; ECHTERNACHT, F.; 
SE44-(X)3 HAAK, V.; DWIPA, S.; ARSADI, E.; MAHH, A.; 
BYRDINA, S.; HOFFMANN-ROTHE, A. 
Broadband magnetotelluric data from central Java, 
Indonesia 

09:30 MANZELLA, A.; MACKIE, R.; FIORDELISI, A. 
SE44-(K)4 MT survey in the Amiata volcanic area: a combined 
methodology for defining shallow and deep struc¬ 
tures 

09:45 MARSELLA, E.; PATELLA, D.; PETRILLO, Z.; 
SE44(X)5 SINISCALCHI, A. 

Magnetotelluric profiles in southern Apennines 
10:00 DI MAURO, D.; VOLPI, G.; MANZELLA, A.; 
SE44-(X)6 ZAJA, A.; PRATICELLI, N.; CERV, V.; PECK, J.; 
DE SANTIS, A. 

Preliminary EM investigations of the seismo-active 
region of northern Bohemia 
10:15 TZANIS, A.; MAKROPOULOS, K. 

SE44-(X)7 Magnetotellurics and seismotectonics in the analysis 
of active domains: an essential combination 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Ritter, P. 

Editors; Simpson, F.; Manzella, A.; Ritter, P. 

10:45 BIGALKE, J.; JUNGE, A. 
sE44-(X)8 Geoelectrical anomalies and their relevance to 
tectonic interpretations 

11:00 STOLL, J.B.; BAHR, K.; GATZEMEIER, A. 

SE44-(X)9 MT- and DC-studies close to the Saxothuringian- 
Rhenohercynian suture zone 
11:15 BAHR, K. 

sE44-()i() Electrical anisotropy and European stress 
11:30 ALPEROVICH, L.; CHAIKOVSKY, I. 
sE444)ii On the origin of mechanoelectrical effect before an 
earthquake 

Observations of the electromagnetic field of the Earth in the 
Alpine-Mediterranean region 

11:45 SMILJANIC, N. 

sE44-()i2 The electrical conductivity of the crust and upper 
mantle in the south east Europe and their tectonic 
significance 

12:00 ROKITYANSKI, LL; INGEROV, A.I. 

SE44-0I3 Conductive structure of Ukrainian Carpathians from 
EM observations 


12:15 INGEROV, A.I.; ROKITYANSKI, LI.; VLASOV, 

SE44-()14 Y.T. 

Electrical conductivity of Earth’s crust and upper 
mantle in Crimea 
12:30 KOSTYANEV, S.G. 

SE44-015 Mathematical modelling of some geoelectrical fields 
in 3D gradient media 
12:45 BICSKEI, T.; HASKIC, A. 
sE44-()i6 An array study of daily magnetic variations in 
Yugoslavia 

13:00 END OF SESSION 


SE44 Can electromagnetic images constrain 
geophysical interpretation of 
tectonically active environments? - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Simpson, F. 

Co-Convener(s): Manzella, A.; Ritter, P.; Schnegg, P.-A.; 
Smiljanic, N. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Manzella, A. 

Editors: Simpson, F.; Manzella, A.; Ritter, P. 

SE371 LEMONNIER, C.; MARQUIS, G.; PERRIER, 

SE44-()I7 F.' 

Electrical structure from the gangetic plain to the 
Himalayas 

SE372 SIMPSON, F.; HAAK, V.; KHAN, M.A. 

SE44-018 Electromagnetic properties of the southern Kenya 

Rift 

SE373 STANICA, M. 

SE44-0I9 Approach of the tectonical active zones (Vrancea 

area) by MT soundings 

SE374 MAGUNIA, A.; SIMPSON, F.; WATERMANN, 

SE44-02() J. 

Audiomagnetotelluric sounding on the 
Montecristo Island (Italy) 

SE375 SIMPSON, F.; BAHR, K. 
sE44 () 2 i Resolution of mantle heterogeneities from simul¬ 
taneous continental and island electromagnetic 
measurements 
SE376 RITTER, P. 

sE44-()22 3D modelling studies of the connection between 
magnetic distortion effects in GDS data and the 
scale length of conductivity anomalies 

SE46 Open session on marine geophysics - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Danobeitia, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE415 POLONIA, A.; BRANCOLINI, G.; TORELLI, 
L.; RANERO, C. 

Mechanisms of subduction accretion along the 
oblique convergent margin off southernmost 
Chile 


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SE416 DIAZ-NAVEAS, J.; VON HUENE, R.; 
KLASCHEN, D.; RANERO, C. 

Sediment subduction/accretion of the Chilean 
convergent margin between 35° and 40° S 
SE417 LAURSEN, J.; KLASCHEN, D.; RANERO, 
C.R.; VON HUENE, R. 

High resolution seismic investigation of the 
continental margin offshore Valparaiso, Chile 
SE418 RANERO, C.R.; VON HUENE, R.; FLUEH, E.; 
DUARTE, M.; BACA, D. 

Structure of the Sandino Forearc Basin, Pacific 
margin on Nicaragua 

SE419 WALTHER, CH.H.E.; FLUEH, E.R. 

From Cocos to Caribbean Plate - geophysical 
investigations at the Pacific coast of Nicaragua 
SE420 STAVENHAGEN, A.U.; FLUEH, E.R.; 
TICOSECT AND COTCOR WORKING 
GROUPS 

TICOSECT/COTCOR: results of wide-angle 
investigations on and offshore Costa Rica 
SE421 BARTOLOME, R.; DANOBEITIA, JJ.; COR¬ 
DOBA, D.; CANALES, J.P.; CARBONELL, R.; 
DELGADO-ARGOTE, L.A.; ROMERO, M.; 
CHARVIS, PH. 

Architecture and crustal evolution across the EPR 
at 22 N from the southern tip of Baja California 
to Puerto Vallarta 

SE422 FLUEH, E.R.; KLAESCHE, D.; KUKOWSKI, 
N.; ADAM, J.; ORWELL WORKING GROUP 
Quantifying accretion in the Cascadia subduction 
zone off Washington 

SE423 SCHILLHORN, T.; KUKOWSKI, N.; FLUH, 
E.R.; MAMUT WORKING GROUP 
Morphotectonics of the makran accretionary 
wedge 

SE424 ALLERTON, S.; SCARLE, R.; ESCARTIN, I. 

Evidence for asummetric accretion at the end of 
a slow spreading segment 

SE425 RUELLAN, E.; DELTEIL, I.; PELLETIER, A.; 
KOBAYASHI, K.; MATSUMOTO, T.; 
WRIGHT, L; BUFFET, G. 

Back-arc opening at the transition from the Lau 
Basin to the Havre Trough (SW Pacific) 

SE426 POROSHINA, I.; FOUQUET, Y.; 
CHERKACHEV, G.; PRIEUR, D. 

Tectonic setting of te Logachev hydrothermal 
field (MAR, 14°45’N) 

SE427 SARDOU, O.; RUELLAN, E.; BERTHOD, M. 

Morphologic analyses of spreading centers by 
image processing 

SE428 KISIMOTO, K.; HILDE, T.W.C. 

Collocated imagery and bathymetry makes the 
super fast east Pacific rise into stereo view 
SE429 TAKAHASHI, N.; ABE, S.; MURAKAMI, F.; 
NISHIZAWA, A. 

The seismic experiments at the northern end of 
the Havre Trough 

SE430 VILLASENOR, A.; CANALES, J.P.; 
DANOBEITIA, I.I. 

Crustal structure and magmatic underplating 
beneath Tahiti, Society Islands 
SE431 HINZ, K.; NEBEN, S.; REICHERT, C.; 
DEVEY, C.W.; GOHL, K.; BLOCK, M.; 
MEYER, H. 

Isochronous changes in the images of the Creta¬ 
ceous oceanic crust of the Angola basin/south 
Atlantic 


SE432 DEHGHANI, G.A.; HIEKE, W.; SABETIAN, 
A.; HEINBOCKEL, R.; GROPIUS, M. 
Geophysical studies in the Mediterranean Sea 
during Meteor cruise no. 40/1 
SE433 SCHMIDT, E.; JOKAT, W. 

Seismic facies and glaciomarine sedimentation in 
the southern Weddell Sea 
SE434 WEINREBE, W.; KOPP, C. 

Submarine morphology imaged by high resolu¬ 
tion bathymetry 

SE435 MCGRANE, K.; READMAN, P.W.; 
O’REILLY, B.M.; lACOB, A.W.B.; KEARY, R. 
Gravity and side-scan sonar studies in the 
rock-all and porcupine troughs, offshore Ireland 
SE436 MILES, P.R.; SCHAMING, M.; CASAS, A.; 
SACHPAZI, M.; MARCHETTI, A. 

SEISCAN - European marine seismic archaeolo¬ 

gy 

SE437 ROGENHAGEN, J.; JOKAT, W. 

Sediment thickness in the western Weddell Sea 
(Antarctica) 

SE438 NARDIN, M.; GLANGEAUD, F. 

Sediment velocity estimation in shallow water 
configuration 

SE439 CHMARZYNSKI, P.; JANLE, P. 

Lithospheric thickness in the region of the St. 
Helena hot spot from satellite data 
SE440 THIROT, J.L.; HUMLER, E.; GOSLIN, J.; 
DOUCELANCE, R.; MONTAGNIER, J.P. 
Correlations between deep seismic velocity 
anomalies and isotope ratios of MORB along the 
mid Atlantic and west and central Indian ridges 
SE440A ESCARTIN, J.; CANALES, J.P.; DETRICK, 
R.S.; DANOBEITIA, J.J. 

Hotspot effects on faulting and tectonic strain 
along the Galapagos spreading center 

SE47 Structure and composition of oceanic 
lithosphere 
.1 Rifted margins 

Convener: Reston, T.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Sibuet, J.-C. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: RIO 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:45 HINZ, K.; BGR’S MARINE GEOPHYSICAL 
GROUP 

Formation of Atlantic volcanic margins and episodes 
of intensive production of oceanic crust in the 
Atlantic (Solicited Paper) 

09:15 SCHRECKENBERGER, B.; HINZ, K.; NEBEN, 
S. 

Seaward-dipping reflector sequences at south Atlan¬ 
tic passive margins and the source of magnetic 
anomaly G 

09:35 DAUTEUIL, 0.; QUEMENEUR, F.; HUCHON, P. 
Rift of Aden Gulf: oblique rifting and transition 
between continent and ocean lithosphere 
09:55 ROLLET, N.; BESLIER, M.O.; CONTRUCCI, I.; 
DEVERCHERE, J. 

Conjugate margins of the Ligurian Sea, northwestern 
Mediterranean: deep structure and evolution 
10:15 BREAK 



Chairperson: Whitmarsh, B. 

10:45 LARSEN, H.C.; DLC STUDY GROUP 

The south-east Greenland rifted margin: a record of 
plume impact and later continental rupture (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:15 DAHL-JENSEN, T.; HOLBROOK, W.S.; HOPPER, 
J.R.; KORENAGA, J.; LARSEN, H.C.; KELEMEN, 
P.B.; REID, I.D.; DETRICK, R.; KENT, G.; 
BERNSTEIN, S.; LIZARRALDE, D. 

The south-east Greenland volcanic rifted margin 
11:35 PLANKE, S. 

Elastic properties of subaerially emplaced basalts on 
rifted margins: the importance of clay alteration 
11:55 JOKAT,W. 

Structure and sediment distribution on the north 
Greenland continental margin and in the Fram Strait 
north of 80°N 

12:15 THINON, L; FIDALGO, L.; REHAULT, J.P.; 
OLIVET, J.L. 

The continent/ocean boundary of Bay of Biscaye 
12:35 BOESEN, A.; SKAARUP, N. 

Onshore-offshore correlation of basaltic facies and 
related structures, central west Greenland 
12:40 BERNDT, C.; SKOGSEID, J.; PLANKE, S.; 
MJELDE, R. 

Deep crustal structure of the Voring basin: a com¬ 
parative sensitivity analysis of OBS and ESP data 
12:45 LUNCH 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 WHITMARSH, R.B.; ODP LEGS 149/173, DIS¬ 
COVERY CRUISE 215 SCIENTinC PARTIES 
Review of the ocean-continent transition (OCT) in 
the southern Iberia abyssal plain, west Iberia margin 
14:20 BESLIER, M.O.; WHITMARSH, R.B.; 
WALLANCE, P.J.; LEG 173 SHIPBOARD SCIEN¬ 
TIFIC PARTY 

Structure of the 120 km-wide ocean-continent 
transition of the Iberia Abyssal Plain Margin (Portu¬ 
gal): preliminary results of the ODP Leg 173 
14:40 RESTON, T.J. 

Investigations of continental breakup west of Iberia. 
New perspectives of rifting and drifting 
15:00 RUSSELL, S.M.; WHITMARSH, R.B. 

Magnetic studies in the Iberia Abyssal Plain: source 
body characterisation across the ocean continent 
transition 

15:20 LOUDEN, K.E.; CHIAN, D.; MISNHULL, T.A. 
Seismic images of 3-D variations in the ocean- 
continent transition off Iberia near ODP Leg 149 and 
173 drill sites 

15:40 MINSHULL, T.A.; DEAN, S.M.; WHITMARSH, 
R.B.; RUSSELL, S.M.; LOUDEN, K.E.; CHIAN, D. 
Seismic velocity structure along profile IAM-9, 
southern Iberia abyssal plain 

16:00 GIRARDEAU, J.; BESLIER, X.; BOILLOT, G.; 
CORNEN, G.; SCHARER, U. 

Structure of the Galicia margin peridotite ridge 
16:20 PEREZ-GUSSINYE, M.; RESTON, T.J.; 
RANERO, C.R.; FLUEH, E. 

Structure of the Galicia Interior Basin 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


16:25 DANOBEITIA, JJ.; CORDOBA, D.; DIAZ, J.; 
BARTOLOME, R.; SALLARES, V.; SANDOVAL, 
S.; CASERO, N.; ROMERO, M.; SAWYER, D.; 
ZELT, C. 

Crustal structure from Galicia interior basin toward 
the Iberian Massif 
16:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


SE47 Structure and composition of oceanic 
lithosphere 

.1 Rifted margins - Poster Session 

Convener: Reston, T.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Sibuet, J.-C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE441 BOESEN, A.; SKAARUP, N. 

Onshore-offshore correlation of basaltic facies 
and related structures, central west Greenland 
SE442 BERNDT, C.; SKOGSEID, J.; PLANKE, S.; 
MJELDE, R. 

Deep crustal structure of the Voring basin: a 
comparative sensitivity analysis of OBS and ESP 
data 

SE443 PEREZ-GUSSINYE, M.; RESTON, T.J.; 
RANERO, C.R.; FLUEH, E. 

Structure of the Galicia Interior Basin 
SE444 DANOBEITIA, J.J.; CORDOBA, D.; DIAZ, J.; 
BARTOLOME, R.; SALLARES, V.; 
SANDOVAL, S.; CASERO, N.; ROMERO, M.; 
SAWYER, D.; ZELT, C. 

Crustal structure from Galicia interior basin 
toward the Iberian Massif 
SE445 DEAN, S.M.; MINSHULL, T.A.; 
WHITMARSH, R.B. 

A detachment fault in 3-dimensions?: seismic 
reflection studies of the H-reflector, north Iberia 
Abyssal Plain 

SE446 DEAN, S.M.; MINSHULL, T.A.; 

WHITMARSH, R.B.; LOUDEN, K.E.; CHIAN, 
D. 

Prestack depth-migrated images of detachment 
faulting: the H-reflector, Iberia abyssal plain 


SE47 Structure and composition of oceanic 
lithosphere 

.3 Processes of crustal accretion at 
mid-oceanic-ridges 

Convener: Escartin, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Bonatti, E.; Canales, J.P.; Cochran, J.R.; 
Hekinian, R. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 

Lecture Room: RIO 
Chairperson: N.N. 

09:00 COCHRAN, J.R.; WEST, B.P.; SYLVANDER, B.; 
CHRISTIE, D.M. 

Rift propagation on the southeast Indian ridge 
09:15 CANNAT, M. 

Crustal thickness, regional axial depth and melting 
parameters at slow spreading mid-ocean ridges 
(Solicited Paper) 


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09:45 ILDEFONSE, B.; HIRTH, G.; JOHN, B.; TRIMBY, 
P.; YOSHINOBU, A.; ODP LEG 176 SCffiNTMC 
PARTY 

Structural evolution of the lower crust at 
slow-spreading ridge: preliminary results from ODP 
LEG 176, site 735B, south west Indian ridge (Solic¬ 
ited Paper) 

10:15 HERTOGEN, J.; ODP LEG 176 SHIPBOARD 
SCIENTIFIC PARTY 

Accretion of oceanic layer 3 at the very-slow spread¬ 
ing SW Indian Ridge, ocean drilling program hole 
735B 

10:30 SEARLE, R.C.; SLOOTWEG, P.; LEE, S.-M.; 
MEVEL, C.; TAMAKI, K.; FUR SCIENTIFIC 
PARTY 

Detailed near-bottom sidescan observation of the 
southwest Indian Ridge 

10:45 MULLER, M,R.; MINSHULL, T.A.; WHITE, R.S. 
Crustal structure and segmentation on the SWIR at 
660E 

11:00 CANALES, J.P.; DETRICK, R.S. 

Segment-scale crustal structure variations within the 
rift mountains of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (35°N) 
(Solicited Paper) 

11:30 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 GOSLIN, J.; THIROT, J.L.; NOEL, O.; 
FRANCHETEAU, J. 

Correlations between geophysical and geochemical 
observables along the mid-Atlantic ridge: 

slow-ridge/hotspot interactions 
14:15 BAZIN, S.; HARDING, AJ.; ORCUTT, J.A. 

Comparison of crustal structure beneath a robust and 
a non robust region of the SEPR 
14:30 ESCARTIN, J. 

Abundance of serpentinized peridotite in the lower 
oceanic crust from seismic velocites 
14:45 BONATTI, E.; LIGI, M.; BORTOLUZZI, G.; 
CARRARA, G.; FABRETTI, P.; GILOD, D.; 
PEYVE, A.A.; SKOLOTNEV, S.; TURKO, N. 
Mantle thermal anomalies influence the stability of 
Bouvet triple junction 

15:00 HEBERT, H.; DEPLUS, C.; DIAMENT, M.; 
HUCHON, P.; KHANBARI, K. 

Geophysical study of a young spreading ridge and its 
segmentation: the western Gulf of Aden 
15:15 CRAWFORD, W.C.; WEBB, S.C.; 
HILDEBRANDT, J.A. 

Comparing crustal melt at the east Pacific rise and 
the Juan de Fuca ridge 

15:30 LALOU, C.; MUNCH, U.; HALBACH, P.; REYSS, 

J. L. 

Different periods of hydrothermal activity at the 
meso zone. Central Indian Ridge (CIR) 

15:45 PROCKTER, L.M.; HEAD III, J.W.; WILSON, L.; 
SMITH, D.K. 

Life cycles of axial volcanic ridges: morphological 
comparisons between the mid-Atlantic ridge and the 
Reykjanes ridge 

16:00 CHERKACHEV, G.; POROSHINA, I.; CRANE, 

K. 

Geological setting of the areas of hydrothermal 
activity on the Knipovich Ridge 


16:15 PEZARD, P.A.; EINAUDI, F.; SCIENTIFIC PAR¬ 
TY OF ODP LEG 174B 

Constraints on high frequency eruption dynamics at 
MOR’s from downhole electrical images 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


SE47 Structure and composition of oceanic 
lithosphere 

.4 Collisional and transform plate 
boundaries and subduction zones 

Convener: Henstock, T.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Ranero, C.R. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R9 
Chairperson: Jokat, W. 

08:45 ARGNANI, A.; CIUFFI, S.; LIGI, M.; GASPERINI, 

L.; BONATTI, E. 

Episodes of contraction and extension along the 
eastward prolongation of the Romanche fracture 
zone, central Atlantic Ocean 

09:00 MINSHULL, T.A.; EDWARDS, R.A.; WHITE, 
R.S.; FLUEH, E.R.; KUKOWSKI, N.; REICHERT, 
C.; MAMUT WORKING GROUP 
Crustal structure of the Murray Ridge and Dalrymple 
Trough: lithosphere under oblique extension 
09:15 FLUEH, E.R.; MAMUT WORKING GROUP 
First results of SONNE leg SO 123 - MAMUT 
09:30 FECHNER, N.; BLOCK, M.; DAMM, V. 

Seismic reflection investigations in the northern 
Arabian Sea off Pakistan during SONNE cruise 
SO-122 (MAKRAN) 

09:45 GUTSCHER, M.-A.; MALAVIELLE, J.; 
LALLEMAND, S.; COLLOT, J.-Y. 

Unexplained seismic and volcanic gaps in the N. 
Andes: Effects of the subduction of Carnegie Ridge? 
10:00 FLUEH, E.; KLAESCHEN, D.; KUKOWSKI, N.; 
ADAM, J.; ORWELL WORKING GROUP 
Quantifying accretion in the Casacadia subduction 
zone off Washington (Solicited Paper) * 

10:30 END OF SESSION 


SE48 Gas hydrates in nature: results from 
geophysical and geochemical studies - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Pecher, LA. 

Co-Convener(s): Kukowski, N. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE447 SCHOLL, D.W.; HART, P.E. 

Geophysical evidence for dense masses of meth¬ 
ane hydrate in the deep Bering Sea basin 
SE448 JAKOBSEN, M.; MINSHULL, T.A.; SINGH, 
S.C.; HUDSON, J.A. 

Elastic properties of hydrate-bearing sediments 
from effective medium theories 
SE449 HOBRO, J.W.D.; MINSHULL, T.A.; SINGH, 
S.C.; SPENCE, G.D. 

Three-dimensional seismic tomographic studies 
of the methane hydrate stability zone in the 
Cascadia margin 




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SE450 TINIVELLA, U.; ACCAINO, F.; LODOLO, E. 

Reflected and refracted seismic images of the 
BSR in the south Shetland margin (Antarctic 
Peninsula) 

SE451 WB^TERS, W.; BOOTH, J.; MASON, D.; 
PECHER, I.; DILLON, W.; DAVIS, R.; RELLE, 
M.; CLENNELL, B. 

A laboratory system for creating and testing gas 
hydrates within sediment 

SE452 BOOTH, J.S.; CLENNELL, B.; PECHER, LA.; 
WINTERS, W.J.; RELLE, M.K.; DILLON, W.P. 
Laboratory investigation of gas hydrate genesis 
in sediments: modes of occurence, volumes and 
growth patterns 

SE453 LORENSON, T.D.; KVENVOLDEN, K.A.; 
KASTNER, M.; PAULL, C.K. 

Comparison of gas hydrate composition from the 
Middle America Trench and Blake Ridge 
SE454 NASRIFAR, KH.; MOSHFEGHLAN, M. 

Calculating the incipient of hydrate formation 
temperatures in solutions containing alcohols and 
electrolytes 

SE455 HENRYS, SA.; URUSKI, C.; GIGGENBACH, 
W.F.; ALLIS, R. 

Squeezing the sponge: gas and fluid along the 
Hikurangi Margin, North Island, new Zealand 
SE456 KAYEN, R.; SCHOLL, D.; KVENVOLDEN, K.; 
LEE, H. 

Global change, gas hydrate, and mass wasting of 
the continental slope 

SE457 VILLINGER, H.; GREVEMEYER, L; 
ROSENBERGER, A.; KAUL, N. 

An integrated study of seismic and hydrothermal 
characteristics on the calthrate bearing sediments 
of the Makran accretionary wedge off Pakistan 
SE458 GAYANOV, V.G.; CIFCI, G. 

General characteristics of the Black Sea mud 
volcanoes and gas hydrates "shield" in the east¬ 
ern Mediterranean Sea 
SE459 GOLUBEV, VA. 

Evidence of presence of gas hydrates in Lake 
Baikal bottom Sediments, based on in situ mea¬ 
surements of thermal conductivity 
SE460 SOLOVIEV, V.; GINSBURG, G. 

Submarine gas hydrates: mechanism of formation 
and accumulation 

SE461 BEN-AVRAHAM, Z.; HARTNADYB, C.J.H.; 
RESHEF, M. 

The occurrence and origin of a bottom-simulating 
reflector inthe Natal Valley, off-shore southeast¬ 
ern Africa 

SE462 COLWELL, F.S.; DELWICHE, M.; WEIN¬ 
BERG, D.M. 

Biological activity, relative sediment permeabili¬ 
ty, and seismic events 


Attend the Poster Session 


SE48 Gas hydrates in nature: results from 
geophysical and geochemical studies 

Convener: Pecher, I.A. 

Co-Convener(s): Kukowski, N. 

Friday, 24 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: R1 
Chairperson: Hesse, R. 

08:30 MATSUMOTO, R.; LU, H.; HIROKI, Y.; 

WASEDA, A.; BABA, K.; YAGI, M.; FUJII, T. 
Marine gas hydrates and methane rich cold seeps in 
Nankai Trough, off central Japan (Solicited Paper) 
09:00 SAKAI, A. 

Broad-band seismic data acquisitions for fine scale 
imaging and velocity determination associated with 
BSR 

09:15 ROUSSEAU, V.; SAKAI, A.; SINGH, S.C.; 
MINSHULL, T.A. 

Is blanking effect associated with high velocity 
hydrate bearing sediments above BSR? 

09:30 POSEWANG, J.; MIENERT, J.; LUKAS, D. 

Double bsrs as indicators for changes in the hydrate 
stability field on the Norwegian continental margin 
09:45 MCGEE, T. 

A single-channel seismic reflection method for 
quantifying lateral variations in BSR reflectivity 
10:00 PECHER, LA.; RANERO, C.R.; VON HUENE, R. 
BSRs offshore Costa Rica 

10:15 VON HUENE, R.; KUKOWSKI, N.; PECHER, LA. 
Neotectonics and the origins of BSRs along the Peru 
margin 

10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: McGee, T. 

11:00 ZATSEPINA, O.Y.; BUFFETT, B.A. 

Two-phase equilibria between hydrate and seawater 
(Solicited Paper) 

11:30 HESSE, R.; FRAPE, S.K.; EGEBERG, P. 

Solute transport mechanisms in Blake-Ridge subma¬ 
rine gas-hydrate zone: halogens, chlorine, oxygene 
and hydrogene isotopes (ODP LEG 164) 

11:45 PIERRE, C.; ROUCHY, J.M.; GAUDICHET, A. 
Stable isotope composition and mineralogy of the 
diagenetic carbonates associated with the gas hy¬ 
drates in the sediments of the Blake Ridge (ODP 
LEG 164) 

12:00 WALIA, R.; HANNAY, D.; SPENCE, G.; 
HYNDMAN, R.; CHAPMAN, R.; MI, Y. 

Deep towed multichannel survey to study the gas 
hydrates offshore Vancouver island 
12:15 GANGULY, N.; SPENCE, G.D.; CHAPMAN, 
N.R.; HYNDMAN, R.D. 

Heat flow variations from bottom simulating reflec¬ 
tors on the Cascardia margin 
12:30 HANNAY, D.E.; WALIA, R.; CHAPMAN, N.R. 
Analysis of high-resolution deep-tow multichannel 
data from Vancouver Island gas hydrate sites 
12:45 SCHOLL, D.W.; HART, P.E. 

Geophysical evidence for dense masses of methane 
hydrate in the deep Bering Sea basin 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


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SE49 Marine magnetics 35 years after 
Vine-Matthews-Morley discovery (in 
memory of D. Matthews) 

Convener: Dyment, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Korner, U. 

Tuesday, 21 AprO 1998 
Lecture Room: R9 
Co-sponsored by: Inter Ridge 
Chairpersons: Dyment, J.; Kbmer, U. 

14:00 DYMENT, J. 

Vine-Matthews-Morley anomalies: from satellite to 
submersible (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 RAVILLY, M.; DYMENT, J.; GENTE, P.; 
THIBAUD, R. 

Axial magnetic anomaly amplitudes along the 
mid-Atlantic ridge between 20° and 40°N 
14:50 PATRIAT, PH.; ROMMEVAUX-JESTIN, C.; 
MERCURIEV, S. 

Variability of the magnetic anomalies over the slow 
spreading ridges and their interpretation 
15:10 POULIQUEN, G.; ROMMEVAUX-JESTIN, C.; 
PATRIAT, P. 

3D magnetic modelling on slow-spreading ridges: 
importance of end-effects near discontinuities 
15:30 HOREN, H.; OUFI, O.; CANNAT, M. 

How do serpentinized periodities contribute to 
marine magnetic anomalies? 

15:50 TEBBENS, S.F.; CANDE, S.C. 

Southeast Pacific tectonic evolution since 33 Ma: 
stepwise midocean triple junction migrations 
16:10 Concluding Remarks 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


SE50 Recent marine geological and geophys¬ 
ical investigation in the Mediterranean 
and Black Sea 

Convener: Ergun, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Ivanov, M.K.; Woodside, J.M. 
Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R1 
Chairperson: Ergiin, M. 

Editors: Ergiin, M.; Ivanov, M.K.; Woodside, J.M. 
Mediterranean Sea 

09:00 BOULOUBASSI, L; BLANC-VALLERON, M.-M.; 

SE50-(H)1 BAE, S.-H. 

Sources of organic matter in Pliocene sapropels from 
eastern Meditarranean: molecular and sedimentolo- 
gical approach 

09:20 ROSE, TH.; VELLINGER, H. 
sE5()-()02 Estimating in-situ pore pressure and fluid flow by 
modelling PUPPI pressure decays from the Mediter¬ 
ranean ridge 

09:40 LELGEMANN, H.; KLAESCHEN, D.; IMERSE 
SE5o-(x)3 WORKING GROUP 

AVA-analysis across the western Mediterranean 
ridge 

10:00 MASCLE, J.; SHIPBOARD SCIENTDFIC PARTY 
sE5()-()()4 New data in eastern Mediterranean from the Prismed 
II survey (RfV Atalante) 

10:20 ERGUN, M.; WOODSIDE, J.M.; ORAL, E.Z. 
sE5o-(K)5 Geophysical data for the Anaximander mountains 


10:40 HALL, J.; AKSU, A.; CALON, T. 
sE5o-(x)6 Neogene tectonics of the Cyprean Arc region 
11:00 BEN-AVRAHAM, Z. 

SE50 (x)7 Tectonic setting of the Levant margin 
11:20 IVANOV, M.K.; WOODSIDE, J.M. 

SE5()-(X)8 Intensive fluid flow and accompanying phenomena 
in eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea sediments * 
11:40 LUNCH . 

12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Ivanov, M.K. 

Editors: Ergun, M.; Ivanov, M.K.; Woodside, J.M. 

Black Sea 

14:00 SARI, C.; OZEL, E.; ERGUN, M. 
sESMxx) Structure of the Black Sea from the geophysical data 
14:20 CIFCI, G.; KRYLOV, O.; ERGUN, M. 
sEso-oii Sonar and seismic investigations in the Sorokhin 
Trough (SE Crimea, Black Sea) 

14:40 BOURIAK, S.V. 

SE5o-()i2 Seismic evidence for shallow gas accumulations in 
the Sorokin trough (north-eastern part of the Black 
Sea) 

15:00 KOZLOVA, E.; VOLKONSKAYA, A. 
sE5()-()i3 Quaternary sedimentary processes on the northeast¬ 
ern margin of the Black Sea 
15:20 YASAR, D.; AKSU, A.; HISCOTT, R. 
sEsn-oM The importance of the Marmara Sea gateway in 
paleoceanographic evolution of the Aegean Sea 
15:40 BELENKAYA, I.; STADNITSKAYA, A. 
sES(Mii5 Authigenic carbonate inclusions in gas saturated 
sediments of the Black Sea 
16:00 VAN KESTEREN, W.G.M.; KUYPER, C.; 

SE5(M)I6 CROSATO, A. 

Seabed stability related to gas phenomena 
16:20 STADNITSKAYA, A.; BELENKAYA, I. 
sE5()-oi7 Gas hydrates in the seabed sediments on the north¬ 
eastern part of the Black Sea 
16:40 END OF SESSION 


SE50 Recent marine geological and geophys¬ 
ical investigation in the Mediterranean 
and Black Sea - Poster Session 

Convener: Ergiin, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Ivanov, M.K.; Woodside, J.M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 
Chairperson: Woodside, J.M. 

Editors: Ergiin, M.; Ivanov, M.K.; Woodside, J.M. 

SE463 KOPF, A.; VIDAL, N.; KLAESCHEN, D.; VON 

SE50-()I8 HUENE, R. 

MCS profiles in a zone of incipient collision 
between Africa and Eurasia, eastern Mediterra¬ 
nean 

SE464 CALON, T.; AKSU, A.; HALL, J. 

SE50-OI9 Neogene tectonics of the Cilicia-Adana basin 
SE465 AKSU, A.; CALON, T.; HAT.!., J. 
sES()-() 2 o Neogene tectonics of the Latakya basin 
SE466 DACHEV, CHR.; KOSTYANEV, S. 
sE50()2i Some geological results and evolution of the 
west Black Sea basin 


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SE467 COMAS, M.C.; FERNANDEZ, M.; 

SE50-022 ALVAREZ-MARRON, J.; MARZAN, L; SOTO, 
J.I.; YELLES, K. 

Heat-flow survey in the south-Balearic and 
Alboran basins produces new data, the 
"FLUCALB 11" cruise * 


SE51 Structures and processes in sedimenta¬ 
ry fans - Poster Session 

Convener: Uenzelmann-Neben, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Droz, L. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

SE469 RIGAUT, F.; DROZ, L.; COCHONAT, P.; 
SAVOYE, B. 

Detailed morphological analysis of deep-sea 
meandering channels: example of the Zaire 
(Congo) fan channel 
SE470 UENZELMANN-NEBEN, G. 

Neogene sedimentation history of the Congo Fan 
SE471 CHEVALIER, C.; LEFEBVRE, J.P. 

Study of dynamic of mud bank along the Guiana 

SE472 DROZ, L.; SAVOYE, B.; AUFFRET, G.; 
SEDIFAN SHIPBOARD SCIENTIFIC PARTY 
Celtic deep-sea fan (western Europe): architec¬ 
ture and sedimentary evolution 
SE473 DROZ, L.; LOUBRIEU, B.; BERNE, S.; 
COCHONAT, P.; CALMAR SHIPBOARD 
SCIENTIFIC PARTY 

Turbidities of the western Golfe du Lion: rela¬ 
tionships between Pyreneo-Languedocian and 
Rhone inputs 

SE474 BELLAICHE, G.; MASCLE, J.; DROZ, L.; 
GAULLIER, V.; MART, Y.; SHIPBOARD 
SCIENTIFIC PARTY 

The Nile deep-sea fan: preliminary results of the 
Prismed II cruise (RA^ Atalante) 


SE51 Structures and processes in sedimenta¬ 
ry fans 

Convener: Uenzelmann-Neben, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Droz, L. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 

Lecture Room: R1 

Chairperson: Uenzelmann-Neben, G. 

14:00 PIPER, DJ.W. 

Controls on fans architecture and deposits by turbidi¬ 
ty current initiation processes (Solicited Paper) 
14:30 SAVOYE, B.; GUIOMAR, M.; REHAULT, J.P. 
Seismic architecture of a small deep-sea fan (east 
Corsica margin, western Mediterranean) 

14:45 DOS REIS, T.; MAUFFRET, A.; GORINI, C. 

Salt tectonics growth fault pattern in the Gulf of 
Lion Plio - quaternary/France 
15:00 PIPER, D.J.W.; FLOOD, R.D. 

Synthesis of results from ODP LEG 155, Amazon 
fan 


15:15 SCHLUNZ, B.; SCHNEIDER, R.R.; MOLLER, P.J. 
Terrestrial organic carbon accumulation on the 
Amazon deep sea fan during the last glacial sea level 
low stand 

15:30 WHITTINGTON, R.J.; FORSBERG, C.-F.; 
DOWDESWELL, J.A. 

Holocene fjord side-wall fan deltas in Kongsfjorden, 
Spitsbergen 

15:45 HUBSCHER, C.; BREITZKE, M.; SPIESS, V. 

A high-resolution reconnaissance seismic survey in 
the Bengal Fan 
16:00 END OF SESSION 


SE52 Spontaneous globally synchronized 
variations of plwsical parameters 
(co-sponsored by G) 

Convener: Rokityansky, LI. 

Co-Convener(s): Denis, C.; Varga, P. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R1 
Chairperson: Denis, C. 

Editors: Rokityansky, I.I.; Klyushin, J.G. 

14:00 ROKITYANSKY, LI. 

sE 52 -(K)i Phenomenon of spontaneous globally synchronized 
variations of physical parameters (SV) 

14:20 SHNOLL, S.E.; AGULOVA, L.P.; KOLOMBET, 
SE52^K)2 V.A.; ZAIKIN, A.N.; POZHARSKI, E.V.; 
ZENCHENKO, T.A.; KONRADOV, A.A. 

On the similarity of histograms fine structure for 
synchronized time series of different nature process¬ 
es at different locations (Solicited Paper) 

14:50 VARGA, P. 

SE 52 .(X )3 Study of the temporal variation of the gravitational 
constant 

15:10 KLYUSHIN, J.G. 

sE52-()04 On the Maxwell approach to gravity 

15:30 RUDENKO, V.N. 

sE 52-()05 Reliability of the neutrino-gravity correlation effect 
during of the SN1987A explosion: a statistical 
miracle or physical reality? 

15:50 ZVEREVA, I.M; ZENCHENKO, T.A.; 

SE52-(K)6 POZHARSKI, E.V.; SHNOLL, S.E. 

On the synchronized changes of histograms fine 
structure for time series of radium familiy isotopes 
activity (Poster) 

15:55 KLYUSHIN, J.G. 

SE52-(X)7 Forces originating ocean flows (Poster) 

16:00 MALIMON, A.N. 

SE 52 -(K )8 The wave equations for oscillator with Planck’s 
constant and force quantum (Poster) 

16:05 KLYUSHIN, J.G. 

SE 52-009 A force produced on static electric charge by current 
in neutral conductor (Poster) 

16:10 SMIRNOV, A.P. 

SE 52-010 A new class of phenomena in natural processes and 
technologies (Poster) 

16:15 DENIS, C.; ROKITYANSKY, I.I. 

Concluding remarks 
16:30 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


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SE52 Spontaneous globally synchronized 
variations of plwsical parameters 
(co-sponsored by G) - Poster Session 

Convener: Rokityansky, LI. 

Co-Convener(s): Denis, C.; Varga, P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: RHODES - SE 

Chairperson: Varga, P. 

Editors: Rokityansky, I.I.; Klyushin, J.G. 

SE342 ZVEREVA, I.M; ZENCHENKO, T.A.; 

SE52-006 POZHARSKI, E.V.; SHNOLL, S.E. 

On the synchronized changes of histograms fine 
structure for time series of radium familiy iso¬ 
topes activity 

SE343 KLYUSHIN, J.G. 

SE52.007 Forces originating ocean flows 

SE344 MALIMON, A.N. 

SE52.008 The wave equations for oscillator with Planck’s 

constant and force quantum 

SE345 KLYUSHIN, J.G. 

SE52-009 A force produced on static electric charge by 
current in neutral conductor 

SE346 SMIRNOV, A.P. 

SE52.010 A new class of phenomena in natural processes 
and technologies 


SE347 ROKITYANSKY, LI. 

SE52.011 Sensors and sources of spontaneous variations 
(SV) of physical parameters 
SE348 KLYUSHIN, J.G. 

SE52.012 On the forces between two moving electric 
charges 

SE349 SHLIENOV, A.G. 

SE52.013 Results of observation of extragalactic objects 
SE350 KUDELYA, L. 

sE52^)i4 Oscillator variations in time and spatial displace¬ 
ment 

SE351 LAVRENTEV, M.M.; EGANOVA, LA. 

SES24)i5 Physical anomalies connected with the Sun 
SE352 LAVRENTEV, M.M.; EGANOVA, LA. 
sE524)i6 Some anomalies on the Earth in the time of 
Jovian catastrophe 
SE352A EGANOVA, LA. 

SE52-017 Some characters of variations of the geological 
objects’ weight 

SE352B SHNOLL, S.E.; POZHARSKI, E.V.; 
sE524)i8 KOLOMBET, V.A.; ZVEREVA, I.M.; 
ZENCHENKO, T.A.; KONRADOV, A.A. 

On the discreteness of different processes time 
series measurements which results from 
cosmophysical sources 
SE352C POZHARSKI, E.V. 

sE524)i9 Histogram form recognition: algorithms and 
software 


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G1 Environmental effects on gravity and 
intercomparisons with other techniques - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Hipkin, R.G. 

Co-Convener(s): van Dam, T.M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 

G081 QIU QI-XIAN; MAKINEN, J.; DAI QI-CHAO; 

JIN YI-SHENG 

Influence of variations in subsurface water 
storage on gravity at the Xi’an absolute gravity 
station 

G082 MALIKOVA, K.SH.; KLAVDIEVA, M.M.; 
BEKLEMISHEV, A.B.; POTAPOV, O.A. 
Microtremor spectrum dynamics, geochemical 
and gravity data in the monitoring of the 
intraplate fracture zones 

G1 Environmental effects on gravity and 
intercomparisons with other techniques 

Convener: Hipkin, R.G. 

Co-Convener(s): van Dam, T.M. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R7 
Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 KLOSKO, S.; TORRENCE, M.; CHAO, B. 

Secular and periodic geopotential changes observed 
with SLR 

14:15 DAVIES, M.A.; HARROP, N.D.; RYMER, H. 

Experimental investigation into the origin of tares 
induced by ground vibration in Lacoste & Romberg 
gravity meters 

14:30 BONVALOT, S.; DIAMENT, M.; GABALDA, G. 
Continuous gravity recording with Scintrex CG-3M 
meters: a promising tool for monitoring active zones 
14:45 BAKER, T.F.; BOS, M.S.; HOPEWELL, H. 

The effects of ocean and shelf tides on absolute 
gravity measurements 

15:00 VAUTERIN, P.; VAN DAM, T.; FRANCIS, O. 
The correction of the pressure effects for the 
superconducting gravimetersin Membach, Belgium 
and Boulder, Colorado (Solicited Paper) 

15:30 KRONER, C.; JAHR, TH.; JENTZSCH, G. 

Time-dependent gravity and environmental observa¬ 
tions at Moxa observatory: first results 
15:45 NEUMEYER, J.; BARTHELMES, F.; WOLF, D. 
Estimates of environmental effects in supercon¬ 
ducting gravimeter data 
16:00 VIRTANEN, H.; KAARIAINEN, J. 

Non-tidal gravity variations observed by 
superconducting gravimeter GWR T020 
16:15 RICHTER, B.; HARNISCH, M.; HARNISCH, G.; 
SCHWAHN, W. 

Air pressure and groundwater effects at fiducial sites 
seen by continuous gravimeter registrations 


16:30 SCHEINERT, M.; DIETRICH, R. 

Gravity observations in Greenland: how to separate 
environmental effects and ice mass balance signals 
(Solicited Paper) 

17:00 GERSTENECKER, C. 

Influence of topography and ground water changes 
on secular gravity changes 
17:15 END OF SESSION 


G2 Recent crustal movements of coastal 
regions: new geodetic, geologic and geo¬ 
physical results 

Convener: Pirazzoli, P.A. 

Co-Convener(s): Bastos, L. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R8 

Co-sponsored hy: IGCP (UNESCO-IUGS) Project 367 
"Rapid Coastal Changes in the Late Quaternary"; INQUA 
Commission on Neotectonics; INQUA Commission on 
Quaternary Shorelines 
Chairpersons: Pirazzoli, P.A.; Bastos, L. 

Editors: Bastos, L., Pirazzoli, P.A. 

09:00 PELTIER, W.R. 

G 2 -(*)i Postglacial sea level history and coastal tectonics 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:30 KOOI, H.; JOHNSTON, P.; LAMBECK, K.; 

G 2 -<x )2 SMITHER, C.; MOLENDIJK, R.E. 

Natural causes of recent (-100 yr) vertical land 
movement in the Netherlands 
09:50 KIDEN, P.; DENYS, L. 

G2-(x)3 Rate and magnitude of late quaternary isostatic 
movements in the southern North Sea 
10:10 GRANJA, H.; SENDS MATIAS, M.; RIBEIRO, I.; 
aum SOARES DE CARVALHO, G. 

Some neotectonic indicators in quaternary formations 
of the northwest coastal zone of Portugal 
10:30 ANTONIOLI, F.; SILENZI, S.; VITTORI, E. 

G2-(x)5 Sea level changes and tectonic stability: precise 
measurements in 3 coastlines of Italy considered 
stable during last 125 ky 

10:50 ANTONIOLI, F.; CREMONA, G.; IMMORDINO, 
G2-(x)6 F.; PUGLISI, C.; ROMAGNOLI, C.; SILENZI, S.; 
VALPREDA, E.; VERRUBBI, V. 

Quanternary and holocene differential movements in 
a Mediterranean coastal area (S. Vito Lo Capo - 
Sicily - Italy) 

11:10 MORHANGE, C.; BOURCIER, M.; GOIRAN, J.P.; 
G2.(x.7 LABOREL, J.; BATS, M.; GIALANELLA, C.; 
GRIMACO, L. 

Recent vertical crustal movements in Pozzuoli, 
phlegrean fields Caldera, southern Italy 
11:30 STIROS, S.C.; PIRAZZOLI, P.A. 

G 2 -(x )8 Value of biological indicators to detect relative 
sea-level changes: a geodetic confirmation 
11:50 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 


Attend the Business Meeting of your Section 

On Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00 in Lecture Room R5 


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Chairpersons: Bastos, L.; Pirazzoli, P.A. 

Editors: Pirazzoli, P.A., Bastos, L. 

14:00 ASHKENAZI, V.; BINGLEY, R.M.; BOOTH, SJ.; 
G2-m PENNA, N.T.; GREENAWAY, R.G.; NURSEY, K.; 
BEDLINGTON, D.; ELLISON, R.A.; 
ARTHURTON, R.S. 

Geodetic and geological monitoring of long term 
crustal movements in the Thames Estuary and 
Greater London 

14:20 BECKER, M.; GARATE, J.; NEUMAIER, P.; 

G2-010 RICHTER, B.; BURKI, B. 

First results for crustal motion and tide gauge 
position variation at the coast of Spain from the 
SELF-II project 

14:40 TALAYA, J.; FEIGL, K.; TERMENS, A.; 

G2-011 COLOMINA, 1. 

Practical lessons from analysis of a GPS network 
designed to detect movements of = 1 mm/y in the 
eastern Pyrenees 

15:00 PAGARETE, J.; MENDES, V.B. 

G 2-012 Global positioning system crustal deformation 
studies in the lower Tagus valley area from 1994 to 
1997 

15:20 SIMONS, W.J.F.; HAJI ABU, S.; AMBROSIUS, 
G2-()i3 B.A.C.; BOCK, Y.; KAHAR, J.; MORGAN, P.; 
NOOMEN, R.; SARSITO, D.A.; SUTISNA, S.; 
WALPERSDORF, A. 

Results of the Sulawesi 1997 GPS campaign 
15:40 CAPRA, A.; GANDOLFI, S.; STOCCHINO, C.; 
G2-014 VITTUARI, L. 

JCinematic GPS for the study of tidal undulation of 
floating ice tongues 

16:00 PIRAZZOLI, PA.; STIROS, S.C.; ARNOLD, M.; 
G2-015 LABOREL, J.; LABOREL-DE GUEN, F. 

Late Holocene coseismic vertical displacements and 
tsunami deposits near Kynos, Gulf of Euboea, 
central Greece * 

16:20 BASTOS, L. 

Concluding remarks 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


G3 Geophysical applications of radar inter¬ 
ferometry 

Convener: Massonnet, D. 

Co-Convener(s): Feigl, K. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R9 
Co-sponsored by: CNES, CNRS 
Chairperson: Massonnet, D. 

11:00 AMELUNG, F.; ZEBKER, H.; SEGALL, P. 

Surface deformation measurements of volcanoes 
using SAR-interferometry 

11:15 DE CHABALIER, J.B.; RUEGG, J.C.; ARMUO, 
R.; MASSONNET, D.; FRUNEAU, B.; VADON, 
H.; DELACOURT, C.; CAMPOS, J. 

Modelling the deformation related to the MW=8.1 
Antofagasta earthquake of northern Chile (1995) 
using SAR interferometry and GPS measurements 
11:30 KLINGER, Y.; MICHEL, R.; AVOUAC, J.P.; 
DORBATH, L. 

Investigation of the MW=7.3 Aqaba earthquake of 
Nov. 22, 1995 from seismology and interferometry 


11:45 HERNANDEZ, B.; COTTON, F.; CAMPILLO, M. 
What is the resolving power of interferometric data 
to constrain slip distribution of earthquakes at depth? 
12:00 HUOT, E.; HERLESf, 1. 

Land-surface monitoring using interferometric phase 
12:15 MASSONNET, D.; GAUDBV, J.C. 

A time-domain processor for generating SAR images 
as half-interferograms 

12:30 CALAIS, E.; COURBOULEX, F.; COTTON, F. 
SAR interferometry study of the M8.0 Oct. 9, 1995, 
Jalisco earthquake (Mexico) 

12:45 Concluding Remarks 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


G3 Geophysical applications of radar inter¬ 
ferometry - Poster Session 

Convener: Massonnet, D. 

Co-Convener(s): Feigl, K. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairperson: Feigl, K. 

G083 GASPERI, J.; FEIGL, K.L.; SIGMUNDSSON, 
F.; RIGO, A. 

Satellite radar interferometry in the southern 
Icland seismic zone: initial results 
G084 HENRIOT, O.; VILLEMIN, T.; JOUANNE, F. 

Surface deformation at the Tjdrnes rift-transform 
junction (north Iceland) computed from SAR 
images 

G085 FEIGL, K.L.; RIGO, A.; COTTON, F. 

Satellite radar interferometry in the French Alps: 
initial results 

G086 RIGO, A.; MASSONNET, D. 

SAR interferometry on the St-Paul de Fenouillet 
earthquake (18 February 1996; ML=5.2; Pyre¬ 
nees, France): separating atmospherie and 
coseismic signatures 

G087 FRUNEAU, B.; RUDANT, J.-P.; CLASSEAU, 

N. 

Does the effect of pollution as atmospheric 
inhomogeneities introduce phase shifts in SAR 
interferograms on urban sites? 

G088 DESPAN, D.; BEDIDI, A.; RUDANT, J.-P.; 
NESTI, G.; TARCHI, D.; BACHELIER, E.; 
BORDERIE, P. 

Moisture effect on phase and amplitude of 
backscattered microwave signal from soil surfac¬ 
es 

G4 Precise satellite orbits for geophysical 
applications - Poster Session 

Convener: Rothacher, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Eanes, R.J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 > 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairpersons: Rothacher, M.; Eanes, R.J. 

G047 ZIQUING, W.; GANG, W. 

Regional GPS orbit determination 


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G048 RIES, J.C.; BANES, R.J.; METRIS, G.; 
VOKROUHLICKY, D 

Eccentricity excitations of LAGEOS and 
LAGEOS-2 

G049 CATALAN M., M.; CATALAN P.-U., M. 

A short arc orbit method for altimeter satellite 
with laser reflectors 

G050 ENNINGHORST, K.; RENTSCH, M. 

Rapid orbit and altimeter products for ERS-2 
G051 METRIS, G. 

Derivatives of the gravity potential with respect 
to rectangular coordinates and applications 
G052 CHEN, Z.; KONIG, R. 

On GFZ-1, DIADEME-IC and DIADEME-ID 
orbit and gravity field modelling 
G053 SOUDARIN, L.; CRETAUX, J.F.; BOUILLE, 
F.; CAZENAVE, A. 

Present-day tectonic motions and crustal defor¬ 
mations from the DORIS space system 
G054 PEROSANZ, F.; BIANCALE, R. 

STAR accelerometer in-flight dynamic calibra¬ 
tion in the frame of the CHAMP geodetic mis¬ 
sion 


G4 Precise satellite orbits for geophysical 
applications 

Convener: Rothacher, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Eanes, R.J. 

Friday, 24 AprU 1998 
Leeture Room: R8 
Chairperson: Rothacher, M. 

08:30 BAR-SEVER, Y.E.; JEFFERSON, D.C. 

Precise GPS orbit modelling for geodesy - review 
and error analysis (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 KOUBA, J; MIREAULT, Y.; BEUTLER, G.; 
SPRINGER, T.; GENDT, G. 

Impact of international GPS service for geodynamics 
in geodetic and geophysical applications 
09:15 SPRINGER, T.A.; BEUTLER, G.; ROTHACHER, 
M. 

Impact of the improved GPS orbit model 
09:30 KIRCHENGAST, G. 

Orbit quality requirements for spacebome atmospher¬ 
ic sounding using GNSS 
09:45 EANES, R. 

Sub-centimeter lageos orbit determination: tech¬ 
niques, models, and applications 
10:00 LEMOINE, J.M.; ROZANES, P.; BIANCALE, R. 
Some geophysical results from the analysis of eleven 
years of LAGEOS 1 data using the linking technique 
10:15 CRETAUX, J.F.; SOUDARIN, L.; CAZENAVE, A. 

Vertical rates of the DORIS station 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Eanes, RJ. 

11:00 LEMOINE, F.G. 

Precise orbit determination for TOPEX/POSEIDON, 
the challenge, the history, and the impact (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:30 LOUGH, M.; HAINES, B.; MUELLERSCHOEN, 
R.; LIGHTEN, S.; WATKINS, M. 

GPS-based precise orbit determination for altimetric 
satellites 


11:45 BLESA, F.; PALACIOS, M.; FERRER, S. 

Improving the first harmonics of the Earth 
geopotential by using SLR data to Etalon and GPS 
satellites 

12:00 SCHARROO, R.; VISSER, P. 

A new gravity field model for the ERS missions 
12:15 BORDI, J.J.; EANES, R.J.; RIES, J.R.; TAPLEY, 
B.D. 

Analysis of the Precise Range and Range-rate 
Equipment (PRARE) and its application to precise 
orbit determination 

12:30 ENNINGHORST, K.; BEDRICH, S.; 
FLECHTNER, F.; TEUBEL, A. 

The motion of the PRARE-station Neumayer located 
on a floating ice-shelf in Antaretica 
12:45 COX, C.M.; CHINN, D.S.; LUTHCKE, S.B.; 
LEMOINE, F.G. 

Precision orbit determination of the tropical rainfall 
measurement mission using TDRSS with application 
to geopotential model improvement 
13:00 LEMOINE, F.G.; COX, C.M.; CHINN, D.S.; 
PAVLIS, N.K.; WANG, Y.M.; TORRENCE, M.H.; 
WILLIAMSON, R.G.; PAVLIS, E.C. 

Improved Earth gravity solutions derived from 
TDRSS tracking 

13:15 VESPE, F.; DEVOTI, R.; LUCERI, V. 

A detailed modelling of the solar radiation pressure 
acting on Earth satellites of complex shape 
13:30 END OF SESSION 


G5 Ocean modelling from altimet^ and 
remote sensing (co-sponsored by OA) I 

Convener: Knudsen, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Le Traon, P.Y. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R7 
Chairperson: Hernandez, F. 

Editors: Knudsen, P.; Le Traon, P,-Y. 

08:45 KNUDSEN, P.; LE TRAON, P.Y. 

Introduction 

Altimeter data and assimilation 

09:00 MASINA, S.; NAVARRA, A.; PINARDI, N.; 

G5-(x)i MASETTI, E. 

The AGORA project: 16 years of global ocean 
analyses for studies of climate variability (Solicited 
Paper) 

09:30 FOX, A.D.; HAINEES, K.; DE CUEVAS, B.A. 
G5-(x)2 Satellite data assimilation in the OCCAM global 
ocean model 

09:45 SEGSCHNEIDER, J.; ALVES, O.; ANDERSON, 
G5-(X)3 D.; BALMASEDA ALONSO, M.; STOCKDALE, T. 
Assimilation of Topex/Poseidon data into a seasonal 
forecast system 

10:00 BAHUREL, P.; GIRAUD, S.; DOMBROWSKY, E. 
G5-(x)4 Assimilation of TOPEX POSEIDON and ERS 
altimeter data from 1993 to 1998 in the northeast 
Atlantic 

10:15 LARNICOL, G.; LE TRAON, P.Y.; MERCIER, H. 
as-im Large scale seasonal variations of Atlantic Ocean by 
combining altimetric and hydrographic data in an 
inverse model 
10:30 BREAK 


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Chairperson: Le Traon, P.-Y. 

Editors: Knudsen, P.; Le Traon, P.-Y. 

11:00 VEERSE, F.; OUBERDOUS, M. 

05-005 Assimilation of altimetric data in an ocean model for 
fisheries studies in upwelling areas 
11:15 LYARD, F.H. 

G 5 -( X )7 A variational assimilation model for the barotropic 
tides in a global ocean: principles and application to 
the long period tides 

11:30 GAVART, M.; DE MEY, P.; BARAILLE, R. 

05-008 Altimetric assimilation into primitive equations 
models of the Azores-Madeira region: comparison 
between OPA and MICOM (Poster) 

11:35 ARNAULT, S.; GREINER ,E. 

05-009 Topex-Poseidon data assimilation in an oceanic 
general circulation model of the tropical Atlantic 
(Poster) 

11:40 DARR, D.; THOMPSON, L.A.; KELLY, K.A.; 
05-010 VrVIER, F. 

Modelling wind-forced seasonal-to-interannual varia¬ 
bility of sea surface height in the North Pacific 
(Poster) 

11:45 KURAPOV, A.L.; KIVMAN, G.A. 

05-011 General inverse of a shelf tide model: application to 
the Mj tide in the Barents Sea (Poster) 

Modelling and satellite altimetry data processing 

11:50 PONTE, R.M.; GASPAR, P. 

05-012 Regional analysis of the inverted barometer effect 
over the global ocean (Solicited Paper) 

12:20 BIROL, F.; MORROW, R. 

05-013 A Study of the south-east Indian Ocean variability 
from altimetric, wind and XBT data 
12:35 HAN, G.; TANG, C.L. 

05-014 Velocity and transport of the Labrador current 
determined from altimetric and hydrographic data 
12:50 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Knudsen, P. 

Editors: Knudsen, P.; Le Traon, P.-Y. 

14:00 BOSCH, W.; BOCK, J. 

05-015 The 1996 sea surface height anomaly of the North 
Atlantic subpolar gyre 
14:15 GLAZMAN, R.E. 

05-016 Altimeter-based refinement of turbulent diffusion 
coefficients 
14:30 SCOTT, R.B. 

05-017 Mechanical energy flux to the surface geostrophic 
flow using TOPEX/POSEIDON data 
14:45 VILLARES, P.; ROJAS, J.L.; CATALAN P.-U., M.; 
05-018 CAMACHO, J.C.; GOMEZ-ENRI, J.; CATALAN 
M., M. 

Surface meddies tracking using spatial techniques 
15:00 HERNANDEZ, F.; TYCHENSKY, A. 

05-019 Synthetic geoid for mesoscale studies of the Azores 
current 

15:15 PEACOCK, N.R.; LAXON, S.W.; SCHARROO, 
05-020 R.; MASLOWSKI, W. 

Applications of high accuracy altimetric height 
measurements in ice covered seas to studies of the 
polar oceans, and comparisons with models 


15:30 LEEUWENBURGH, O.; ANDERSEN, O.; 

05-021 HUESS, V. 

Seasonal tide variations and shallow water tides from 
tide gauges and altimetry 
15:45 KLOKOCNIK, J.; WAGNER, C.A.; 

05-022 KOSTELECKY, J.; RENTSCH, M. 

Residual errors in dual-satellite crossover altimetry 
data: an independent check 
16:00 MORROW, R. 

05-023 Interannual variability in the eastern Indian Ocean 
(Poster) 

16:05 LEBEDEV, S.A. 

05-024 The diagnostic analysis of baroclinic ocean dynamics 
by satellite altimetry data (Poster) 

16:10 MARTINEZ BENJAMIN, J.J.; GUASCH, A.; 
05-025 SARIFFENA, D.; CORREDOR, R. 

Application of Topex/Poseidon altimmeter data for 
CEOF and along-track analysis in the eastern Atlan¬ 
tic Ocenan and western Mediterranean Sea (Poster) 
16:15 SCHARROO, R.; NAEIJE, M.; OLDENBORG, 
05-026 G.J.; BURGERS, G.; CARDON, K.; GORYL, P.; 
BENVENISTE, J. 

Monitoring the 1997/1998 El Nino by ERS-2 (Post¬ 
er) 

16:20 BOSCH, W.; SCHMIDT, M. 

05-027 EOF- and wavelet analysis of the sea surface vari¬ 
ability (Poster) 

16:25 KNUDSEN, P. 

05-028 High resolution mean sea surfaces from multi 
mission satellite altimetry (Poster) 

16:30 KNUDSEN, T. 

05-029 An integrated system for handling, analysis and 
visualization of ocean data (Poster) 

16:35 PAULUHN, A.; CHAO, Y. 

05-030 Tracking eddies in the subtropical north-western 
Atlantic Ocean (Poster) 

16:40 BAUMGARTNER, M.; BOSCH, W.; BOCK, J.; 
05-031 SCHMIDT, M. 

North Atlantic sea surface variability - a comparison 
between altimetry and numerical modelling (Poster) 
16:45 GILLE, S.T. 

05-032 Evaluating southern ocean response to wind forcing 
(Poster) 

16:50 END OF PART I 


G5 Ocean modelling from altimetry and 
remote sensing (co-sponsored by OA) - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Knudsen, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Le Traon, P.Y. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairperson: Knudsen, P. 

Editors: Knudsen, P.; Le Traon, P.-Y. 

G055 GAVART, M.; DE MEY, P.; BARAILLE, R. 
G5-o()8 Altimetric assimilation into primitive equations 

models of the Azores-Madeira region: compari¬ 

son between OPA and MICOM 
G056 ARNAULT, S.; GREINER ,E. 

05-(»9 Topex-Poseidon data assimilation in an oceanic 
general circulation model of the tropical Atlantic 


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G057 DARK, D.; THOMPSON, L.A.; KELLY, K.A.; 

G5-()i() VIVIER, F. 

Modelling wind-forced seasonal-to-interannual 
variability of sea surface height in the North 
Pacific 

G058 KURAPOV, A.L.; KIVMAN, G.A. 

G 5-011 General inverse of a shelf tide model: application 

to the M 2 tide in the Barents Sea 
G059 MORROW, R. 

G 5-023 Interannual variability in the eastern Indian 

G060 LEBEDEV, S.A. 

05-024 The diagnostic analysis of baroclinic ocean 
dynamics by satellite altimetry data 
G061 MARTINEZ BENJAMIN, J.J.; GUASCH, A.; 

G5-025 SARIFFENA, D.; CORREDOR, R. 

Application of Topex/Poseidon altimmeter data 
for CEOF and along-track analysis in the eastern 
Atlantic Ocenan and western Mediterranean Sea 
G062 SCHARROO, R.; NAEIJE, M.; OLDENBORG, 

05-026 G.J.; BURGERS, G.; CARDON, K.; GORYL, 

P.; BENVENISTE, J. 

Monitoring the 1997/1998 El Nino by ERS-2 
G063 BOSCH, W.; SCHMIDT, M. 

05-027 EOF- and wavelet analysis of the sea surface 
variability 

G064 KNUDSEN, P. 

05-028 High resolution mean sea surfaces from multi 

mission satellite altimetry 
G065 KNUDSEN. T. 

05-029 An integrated system for handling, analysis and 
visualization of ocean data 
G066 PAULUHN, A.; CHAO, Y. 

05-030 Tracking eddies in the subtropical north-western 
Atlantic Ocean 

G067 BAUMGARTNER, M.; BOSCH, W.; BOCK, J.; 
05-031 SCHMIDT, M. 

North Atlantic sea surface variability - a compar¬ 
ison between altimetry and numerical modelling 
G068 GILLE, S.T. 

05-032 Evaluating southern ocean response to wind 

forcing 

G069 DADOU, L; GARCON, V. 

05-036 Mescoscale variability of chlorophyll and SST in 

the confluence of the Brazil and Malvinas cur¬ 
rents from satellite data 
G069A TYLER, R.H.; SANFORD, T.B.; 

05-037 OBERHUBER, J.M. 

The potential for using ocean generated electro¬ 
magnetic fields to remotely sense ocean variabili¬ 
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G5 Ocean modelling from altimet^ and 
remote sensing (co-sponsored by OA) II 

Convener: Knudsen, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Le Traon, P.Y. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 

Lecture Room: R7 

Chairperson: Knudsen, P. 

Editors: Knudsen, P.; Le Traon, P.-Y. 

Other rerhote sensing techniques 

09:00 MACHU, E.; GARCON, V. 

05-033 Long term monitoring of the oceanic primary pro¬ 
duction south of South Africa: use of the remotely 
sensed data 

09:15 LIFERMANN, A.; DESCHAMPS, P.Y.; 

05-034 BRICAUD, A.; GARCON, V.; DADOU, I. 

POLDER on ADEOS: a new ocean color dataset to 
combine with altimetry 

09:30 LI, KUO, N.-J.; HO, C.-R.; TSAI, W.-P. 

05-035 Bio-optical empirical models of the waters adjacent 
to Taiwan 

09:45 DADOU, L; GARCON, V. 

05-036 Mescoscale variability of chlorophyll and SST in the 
confluence of the Brazil and Malvinas currents from 
satellite data (Poster) 

09:50 TYLER, R.H.; SANFORD, T.B.; OBERHUBER, 

05-037 J.M.* 

The potential for using ocean generated electromag¬ 
netic fields to remotely sense ocean variability 
(Poster) 

09:55 END OF SESSION 


G6 High resolution monitoring of land and 
ice surface with altimetry and SAR inter¬ 
ferometry 

Convener: Klees, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Remy, F. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Remy, F. 

09:00 ROTT, H.; SCHEUCHL, B.; SIEGEL, A. 

Small-scale motion in alpine regions by means of 
ERS SAR interferometry (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 METZIG, R.; DACH, R.; DIETRICH, R.; 
HARTMANN, R.; KORTH, W.; PERLT, J.; 
WINZER, W. 

ERS-1&2 tandem mission InSAR data of Antarctica 
- glaciological application and assessment of accura¬ 
cy 

09:45 XIA, Y.; REIGBER, CH.; KLOTZ, M.J.; 
ANGERMANN, D. 

Crustal deformation monitoring in the Antofagasta 
region 

10:00 CARNEC, C.; FABRIOL, H.; GLOWACKA, E.; 
ARELLANO, F. 

Land subsidence measurements at Cerro Prieto 
geothermal field (Baja California, Mexico) using 
SAR interferometry 


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10:15 NIELSEN, C.S.; FORSBERG, R.; KELLER, K.; 
MOHR, J.J. 

Topography and surface flow of the Geikie ice cap 
derived from SAR interferometry, laster altimetry 
and GPS measurements 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Remy, F. 

11:00 LEGRESY, B.; REMY, F.; SCHAEFFER, P. 

Satellite radar altimetric survey of the polar ice caps 
and wind induced features (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 TESTUT, L.; REMY, F. 

Ice sheet rheology features derived from ERS-1 
precise topography 

11:45 BERRY, P.A.M.; THORNTON, S.R.; 
FEATHERSTONE, W.E. 

Accuracy assessment of altimeter derived 
orthometric heights using regional digital elevation 
models 

12:00 DOWNSON, M.; BERRY, P.A.M. 

Near-global crossover analysis of ERS-1 altimeter 
data over land 
12:15 Concluding Remarks 
12:30 END OF SESSION 


G6 High resolution monitoring of land and 
ice surface with altimetry and SAR inter¬ 
ferometry - Poster Session 

Convener: Klees, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Remy, F. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 

GOOl SCHAEFFER, P.; REMY, F.; LEGRESY, B.; 
TESTUT, L. 

High-resolution Antarctica topography and 
surface features computed with altimeter data of 
the geodetic ERS-1 mission 

G7 Joint EGS/AGU symposium on geodetic 
observation and geophysical interpreta¬ 
tion of mass movements in the Earth 
system (co-sponsored by SE) 
Introduction 

Conveners: Dickey, J.O.; Reigber, Ch. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 

Lecture Room: R5 

Chairpersons: Dickey, J.O.; Reigber, Ch. 

08:30 RUMMEL, R.; GERSTL, M. 

On the possible interference of datum effects of 
geodetic models with temporal changes of geophysi¬ 
cal parameters (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 REIGBER, CH.; LUHR, H. 

CHAMP - the next mission for major improvement 
in recovering the geopotentials (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 TAPLEY, B.D. 

The gravity recovery and climate experiment 
(GRACE) (Solicited Paper) 


10:00 SiiNKEL, H. 

GOCE - the gravity field and steady state ocean 
circulation mission of ESA (Solicited Paper) 

10:30 BREAK 


G7 Joint EGS/AGU symposium on geodetic 
observation and geophysical interpreta¬ 
tion of mass movements in the Earth 
system (co-sponsored by SE) 

.1 Solid Earth and core 

Convener: Richter, B. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Richter, B. 

10:45 FORTE, A.M.; MITROVICA, J.X. 

Impact of mantle convection on Earth orbit parame¬ 
ters and paleoclimate (Solicited Paper) 

11:15 SABADINI, R. 

Subduction and continental collision in the Mediter¬ 
ranean region (Solicited Paper) 

11:45 HINDERER, J.; BOY, J.P. 

The influence of atmospheric mass redistributions on 
gravity (Solicited Paper) 

12:15 BASTOS, L.; OSORIO, J.; LAZARO, C.; 
KAKKURI, J.; MAKBVEN, J.; ALVES, M.; 
VIEIRA, R.; HEIN, G. 

Repeated gravity measurements in the Azores 
1992-1997 

12:30 MULLER, J.; SNEEUW, N. 

Error sources for gravity field missions in space and 
their effect on the final results 
12:45 BASIC, T.; BACIC, Z. 

Results of GPS observations during the series of 
earthquakes in Ston region at Croatian southern 
Adriatic Coast in September 1996 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Richter, B. 

14:00 JOCHMANN, H. 

Climate cycles in gravity field variations 
14:15 BARKIN, YU.V. 

Some effects in perturbed motion of the Earth’s rigid 
core 

14:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


G7 Joint EGS/AGU symposium on geodetic 
observation and geophysical interpreta¬ 
tion of mass movements in the Earth 
system (co-sponsored by SE) 

.2 Ocean and hydrosphere 

Convener: Chao, B.F. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 

Lecture Room: R5 

Chairperson: Chao, B.F. 

14:30 LAGERLOEF, G.S.E., WAHR, J.M.; BRYAN, F. 
Impact of GRACE gravity mission on ocean studies 
(Solicited Paper) 

15:00 KNUDSEN, P.; ANDERSEN, O.B. 

Estimates of large scale changes of mass in the 
oceans from satellites (Solicited Paper) 



15:30 CHEN, J.L.; WILSON, C.R.; CHAMBRES, D.P.; 
NEREM, R.S.; TAPLEY, B.D. 

TOPEX/Poseidon observation and global water mass 
balance (Solicited Paper) 

16:00 WAHR, J.M.; VAN DAM, T. 

Geodesy and hydrology (Solicited Paper) 

16:30 JOHNSON, T.J.; WILSON, C.R. 

The role of ocean variability in the Earth’s gravity 
field as predicted from the Parallel Ocean Climate 
model 

16:45 CAZENAVE, A.; PONCHAUT, F. 

Temporal variations of continental lakes level from 
Topex/Poseideon (1993-1996) 

17:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 

G7 Joint EGS/AGU symposium on geodetic 
observation and geophysical interpreta¬ 
tion of mass movements in the Earth 
system (co-sponsored by SE) 

.3 Cryosphere 

Convener: Dietrich, R. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Dietrich, R. 

08:30 DOAKE, CH. 

Review of SAR applications in Antarctic glacio- 
logical research (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 SCHUTZ, B.E. 

Spacebome laser altimetry for cryosphere applica¬ 
tions (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 DIETRICH, R.; DACH, R.; KORTH, W.; METZIG, 
R.; PERLT, J. 

Monitoring ice dynamics in the coastal region of 
Dronning Maud Land/Atnarctica with combination of 
space and surface geodetic methods 
09:45 END OF SUB-SESSION 


G7 Joint EGS/AGU symposium on geodetic 
observation and geophysical interpreta¬ 
tion of mass movements in the Earth 
system (co-sponsored by SE) 

.4 Atmosphere 

Convener: Geiger, A. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Geiger, A. 

09:45 MADDEN, R.A. 

Variations in the distribution of atmospheric mass 
(Solicited Paper) 

10:15 ROTHACHER, M.; BEUTLER, G. 

Information about the atmosphere derived from GPS 
observations (Solicited Paper) 

10:45 BREAK 

Chairperson: Geiger, A. 

11:00 ZHU, S.Y.; REIGBER, CH.; KANG, Z.; YU, Y.Q. 
Geophysical signals revealed from GPS position 
measurements 


11:15 DICKEY, J.O.; DONG, D.; GROSS, R.S. 

Temporal variations of the geopotential: atmospheric 
excitation 

11:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


G7 Joint EGS/AGU symposium on geodetic 
observation and geophysical interpreta¬ 
tion of mass movements in the Earth 
system (co-sponsored by SE) 

.5 Interactions between the components 
of the Earth system 

Convener: Zerbini, S. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Zerbini, S. 

11:30 LAMBECK, K. 

Interactions between oceans, ice and solid Earth: 
glacial rebound in northwestern Europe and the 
evolution of the Baltic Sea (Solicited Paper) 

12:00 JAMES, T.S.; IVINS, E.R.; RAYMOND, C.A. 

Antarctic crustal response predictions from the 
CLIMAP reconstruction and its possible successors 
(Solicited Paper) 

12:30 HARRISON, C.G.A. 

Erosion, mountain building and ocean volume 
change. How do these interact? (Solicited Paper) 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Zerbini, S. 

14:00 BOCK, Y.; PRICE, E.; SANDWELL, D.; WAT¬ 
SON, K.; WILLIAMS, S. 

Observing surface displacements through integrated 
space techniques (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 CAZENAVE, A.; MERCIER, F.; GENNERO, M.C.; 
MINSTER, J.F. 

Seasonal water mass redistribution between oceans, 
atmosphere and continents (Solicited Paper) 

15:00 GEGOUT, P. 

Mass movements inside the solid Earth induced by 
atmosphere, oceans and solid Earth interactions 
(Solicited Paper) 

15:30 PLAG, H.-P. 

Exogenic deformations of the Earth due to atmo¬ 
sphere and ocean loading (Solicited Paper) 

16:00 SCHERNECK, H.-G.; HAAS, R.; WEBB, F.H. 
Atmospheric and ocean loading in GPS and VLBI 
(Solicited Paper) 

16:30 BOUILLE, F.; CAZENAVE, A.; SOUDARIN, L.; 
CRETAUX, J.F. 

Geocenter variations derived from 4 years of data of 
the Doris space system. Comparison with surface 
loading data 
16:45 PAVLIS, E.C. 

Earthcenter motion from LAGEOS 1+2 laser rang¬ 
ing: comparisons with geophysical fluids series 
17:00 QIAN, B.; PEN, G.; CORTE-REAL, J.; QI, L. 

On the relationships between sea ice extent and 
atmospheric circulation in the northern hemisphere 
17:15 BARKIN, YU.V. 

Gravitational interaction between the Earth’s enve¬ 
lopes, the Moon, the Sun and geodynamic conse¬ 
quences 

17:30 END OF SESSION 


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G8 Integrated studies of sea-level fluctua¬ 
tions and crustal movements in the Medi¬ 
terranean and adjacent regions 

Convener: Cazenave, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Flag, H.-P. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Cazenave, A. 

09:00 PIRAZZOLI, P.A. 

Late-quaternary and recent processes of relative 
sea-level change in Mediterranean costal areas 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:30 REVA, YU.A. 

A comparative analysis of the long-term sea level 
change of the Black and Caspian Sea 
09:50 GROTEN, E.; FENOGLIO-MARC, L.; WANG, L. 
Long term components of sea level fluctuations in 
European seas 

10:10 PINARDI, N.; CASTELLARI, S. 

The Mediterranean Sea general circulation and sea 
level variability from numerical simulations (Solicit¬ 
ed Paper) 

10:40 WAKELIN, S.L; PROCTOR, R. 

A tide and storm surge model for the Mediterranean 
Sea 

11:00 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Flag, H.-P. 

14:00 LE TRAON, P.Y.; DUCET, N.; GOUZELIN, P. 
Response of the Mediterranean mean sea level to 
atmospheric pressure and comparison with the Black 
Sea (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 FLAG, H.-P. 

Interannual to decadal sea-level variations in the 
Mediterranean 

14:50 RUE, P.; FLAG, H.-P. 

Mediterranean sea-level variations forced by air 
pressure 

15:10 CAZENAVE, A.; DOMINH, K.; GENNERO, M.C.; 
MERCIER, F.; BONNEFOND, P. 

Present-day sea level changes in the Mediterranean 
and Black seas from satellite altimetry 
15:30 ZERBINI, S.; NEGUSINI, M.; DI CORI, M.; 
TONTI, G. 

High-precision determination of vertical crustal 
movements in the framework of the SELF II project 
(Solicited Paper) 

16:00 PAVLIS, E.C.; MERTIKAS, S.; KOUROUMBALI, 
F.; DRAKOPOULOS, P.G. 

Sea-level monitoring with CRETE: Crete REgional 
Tectonic Experiment 
16:20 TINTI, S.; BORTOLUCCI, E. 

Coastal hazard in the Mediterranean Sea due to 
storm surges and tsunamis 
16:40 END OF SESSION 


G9 Atmospheric sounding with GPS 

Convener: Blewitt, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Niell, A.E. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R7 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:30 FANG, P.; BOCK, Y. 

A sliding-window procedure for super near real-time 
continous GPS water vapor estimation using predict¬ 
ed orbits 

08:45 BAR-SEVER, Y.E. 

GPS-based estimation of tropospheric moisture 
gradients 

09:00 NIELL, A.E.; COSTER, A.J.; SOLHEIM, F.S.; 
MENDES, V.B.: TOOR, P.C.; LANGLEY, R.B.; 
UPHAM, C.A. 

Measurements of water vapor in the atmosphere: 
comparison of radiosonde, water vapor radiometer, 
GPS, and VLBI 

09:15 DODSON, A.H.; BAKER, H.C.; BUERKI, B.; 
ELGERED, G.; RIUS, A.; ROTHACHER, M. 

The WAVEFRONT project on GPS water vapour 
estimation 

09:30 BECKER, M.; FRANKE, P.; KOEPKEN, C.; 
WEBER, G. 

Usage of GREF-permanent network results for 
geodesy and meteorology 
09:45 SYNDERGAARD, S.; HOEG, P. 

On the ionosphere calibration in atmospheric limb 
sounding 

10:00 JAKOWSKI, N.; HCKERT, J.; 

WEHRENPFENNIG, A.; REIGBER, CH.; FORSTE, 
CH.; KONIG, R. 

Atmosphere/ionosphere sounding using GPS radio 
occultation measurements onboard CHAMP 
10:15 KORNBLUEH, L.; GORBUNOV, M.; 
BENGTSSON, L. 

Simulation of full data assimilation cycle comparison 
10:30 FOELSCHE, U.; KIRCHENGAST, G. 

Atmospheric imaging involving GNSS occultation: 
a quantitative study 

10:45 KIRCHENGAST, G.; RAMSAUER, J.; 
MUHLMANN, W.; HOLLER, G.; HOLLER, K.; 
HOCKE, K.; STEINER, A.; FOELSCHE, U.; 
SYNDERGAARD, S.; MORTENSEN, M.; HOEG, 
P.; SCHULTZ, K.; HANSEN, D.; MARESI, L.; 
SILVESTRIN, P.; FUCHS, J.; TOBIAS, A. 

An end-to-end occultation sounding simulator: 
overview and exemplary results 
11:00 AL BAYARI, O.; CAPRA, A.; MANCINI, F.; 
VITTUARI, L. 

The effect of TEC on Antarctica GPS measurements 
11:15 END OF SESSION 
12:00 Business Meetings 



G9 Atmospheric sounding with GPS - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Blewitt, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Niell, A.E. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 

G002 KUNITSYN, V.E.; ZAKHAROV, V.I. 

Multipath influence on atmosphere - ionosphere 
profiling 

G003 SHAGIMURATOV, I.L; EPHISHOV, I.I.; 

BARAN, L.W. 

Analysis of TEC variation from GPS measure¬ 
ments 

G004 CALAIS, E.; MINSTER, J.B.; HOFTON, M.A.; 
HEDLIN, M.A.H. 

Ionospheric signature of surface mine blasts from 
global positioning system measurements 


GIO Satellite and airborne gravimetric and 
altimetric techniques - Poster Session 

Convener: Forsberg, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Haagmans, R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 

G005 KNUDSEN, P.; ANDERSEN, O.B. 

Recovery of the global marine gravity field from 
multi mission satellite altimetry 
G006 HERNANDEZ, F.; SCHAEFFER, P.; LE 
TRAON, P.-Y.; MERTZ, F.; BAHUREL, P. 

A mean sea surface dedicated to ocean studies: 
global estimation 

G007 OLESEN, A.; FORSBERG, R.; BASTOS, L.; 
GISKEHAUG, A.; HEHL, K.; MEYER, U.; 
TIMMEN, L. 

High-resolution airborne gravity survey of 
Skagerrak 

GIO Satellite and airborne gravimetric and 
altimetric techniques 

Convener: Forsberg, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Haagmans, R. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R7 
Chairperson: Forsberg, R. 

11:00 PAVLIS, N.K.; WANG, Y.M.; CHINN, D.S.; COX, 
C.M.; LEMOINE, F.G. 

Introduction of ocean circulation model information 
in global geopotential solutions: preliminary results 
11:15 WANG, Y.M. 

The computation of mean sea surface and marine 
gravity anomalies using satellite altimeter data from 
TOPEX/POSEIDON, ERS-1 and GEOS AT missions 
11:30 RENTSCH, M.; ANZENHOFER, M.; GRUBER, 
TH.; NEUMAYER, K.H. 

Altimetric gravity anomalies based on GEOSAT and 
ERS-1 geodetic mission data 


11:45 VILLARES, P.; CATALAN P.U., M.; ROJAS, J.L.; 
CATALAN, M.; GOMEZ-ENRI, J.; CAMACHO, 

J. C. 

Altimetric study of sea level variation on the Medi¬ 
terranean along ERS and TOPEX campaigns 
12:00 MCADOO, D.C.; LAXON, S.; CHILDERS, V.A. 
Assessment of gravity from ERS altimetry and 
airborne gravimetry in polar seas 
12:15 DEGNAN, J.; MCGARRY, J. 

Feasibility studyof multikilohertz spacebome 
microlaser altimeters 

12:30 SELIG, A.; HOYNG, P.; KOOP, R.; VISSER, P.; 
SNEEUW, N. 

Development of the end-to-end closed loop simula¬ 
tion facility for ESA’s gravity explorer GOCE 
12:45 COLOMBO, O.L.; HUSTI, G.J.; DAMHUIS, A.A. 
The Europlatform experiment: testing precise, 
long-range kinematic GPS for remote-sensing 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Colombo, O. 

14:00 FORSBERG, R.; OLESEN, A; BASTOS, L.; 
GISKEHAUS, A.; HEHL, K.; BOEBEL, T.; 
MEYER, U.; NESEMANN, M.; XU, G.; TIMMEN, 
L. 

Geoid and sea-surface topography determination by 
airborne techniques 

14:15 BRUTON, A.M.; GLENNIE, C.L.; SCHWARZ, 

K. P. 

Aircraft acceleration from GPS for airborne gravime¬ 
try: a comparison of techniques 
14:30 BASTOS, L.; CUNHA, S.; TIMMEN, L.; 
NESEMANN, M.; XU, G.; BOEBEL, T.; MEYER, 
U.; FORSBERG, R.; OLESEN, A.V.; 
GIDSKEHAUG, A.; HEHL, K. 

Airborne gravimetry and altimetry campaign in the 
Azores region 
14:45 BOEDECKER, G. 

Comparison of various configurations of accelerome¬ 
ters for strapdown airborne gravimetry 
15:00 BASTOS, L.; BOEBEL, T.; CUNHA, S.; 
FORSBERG, R.; GIDSKEHAUG, A.; HEHL, K.; 
MEYER, U.; MILLER, H.; NESEMANN, M.; 
OLESEN, A.V.; TIMMEN, L.; XU, G. 

Airborne gravimetry and altimetry in north Green¬ 
land and Fram strait - NORDGRAV’97 

15:15 Glennie, c.l.; bruton, a.m.; schwarz, 

K.P.; WEI, M.; TENNANT, K. 

Geoid referenced elevation models and 
ortho-rectified image maps from synthetic aperture 
radar 

15:30 END OF SESSION 


Journal of Geodynamics 

The interdisciplinary journal for solid earth research in 
geodetic, geophysical, geological and geochemical geodyna¬ 
mics, in particular of large scale processes. 


130 




Gil Recent advances in precise geoid deter¬ 
mination methodology 

Convener; Tziavos, I.N. 

Co-Convener(s): Vermeer, M. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R8 
Chairperson: Tziavos, I.N. 

Editors: Tziavos, I.N.; Vermeer, M. 

09:00 HOLOTA, P. 

Gii-«)i Variational methods in geoid determination and 
function bases (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 KELLER, W. 

Gii-(x )2 Local geoid determination by wavelet-vaguelette 
decomposition (Solicited Paper) 

10:00 ARABELOS, D.; TSCHERNING, C.C. 

Gu-(K)3 Gravity field recovery from airborne gravity 
gradiometer data using collocation and taking into 
account systematic errors 
10:20 SUN, W.; SJOBERG, LE. 

011-004 A new global topographic-isostatic model 
10:40 BREAK 


15:30 KENYERES, A. 

Gi 1-017 The completion of the nationwide GPS-gravimetric 
geoid solution for Hungary (Poster) 

15:40 TZIAVOS, LN.; ANDRITSANOS, V.D. 

Gi 1-018 Recent geoid computations for the Hellenic area 
(Poster) 

15:50 FIANI, M.; SANNA, G. 

Gi 1-019 An estimation of Sardinia Island geoid by analysis of 
GPS/leveling data (Poster) 

16:00 Concluding Remarks 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


Gil Recent advances in precise geoid deter¬ 
mination methodology - Poster Session 

Convener: Tziavos, LN. 

Co-Convener(s): Vermeer, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance; Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairperson: Vermeer, M. 

Editors: Tziavos, LN.; Vermeer, M. 




Chairperson: Arabelos, D. 

Editors: Tziavos, LN.; Vermeer, M. 

11:10 BLITZKOW, D. 

Gii-(K)5 Toward a 10’ resolution geoid for South America: a 
comparison study (Solicited Paper) 

11:40 PAVLIS, N.K. 

GI 1 - 1 X 16 Modelling of long wavelength systematic errors in 
surface gravimetric data 

12:00 DAHL, O.C.; FORSBERG, R. 

Gi 1-1X17 Different ways to handle topography in practical 
geoid determination 

12:20 LEHMANN, R. 

Gii-ix)8 Studies on the altimetry-gravimetry problems for 
geoid determination 

12:40 ABD-ELMOTAAL, H.; KUHTREIBER, N. 

Gii-ixw Improving the geoid accuracy by adopting the 
reference field 

13:00 LUNCH 


G070 ZHANG, K.; FEATHERSTONE, W.E.; DENG, 

Gl 1-1114 X.L. 

An accuracy estimation of gravimetric terrain 
corrections 

G071 DUQUENNE, H. 

011-015 QGF98, a new solution for the gravimetric 

quais-geoid in France 
G072 BARLIK, M. 

Gu -016 Investigations of the Earth figure by gradiento- 
metric determinations 
G073 KENYERES, A. 

oil 017 The completion of the nationwide GPS-gravi- 

metric geoid solution for Hungary 
G074 TZIAVOS, I.N.; ANDRITSANOS, V.D. 

Gl 1-018 Recent geoid computations for the Hellenic area 

G075 FIANI, M.; SANNA, G. 

Gl 1-019 An estimation of Sardinia Island geoid by analy¬ 

sis of GPS/leveling data 


Chairperson: Vermeer, M. 

Editors: Tziavos, I.N.; Vermeer, M. 

14:00 ZHANG, K. 

GI 1-010 On the determination of a new Australian geoid 

14:20 DUQUENNE, H.; HAMEL, M. 

Gl 1-011 Comparison and combination of a gravimetric geoid 
with a levlled GPS dataset by statistical analysis 

14:40 BASIC, T.; BRKIC, M. 

Gii -012 A new, more accurate geoid for Croatia 

15:00 ZHANG, K.; FEATHERSTONE, W.E.; DING, X.L. 

Gl 1-014 An accuracy estimation of gravimetric terrairi correc¬ 
tions (Poster) 

15:10 DUQUENNE, H. 

Gl 1-015 QGF98, a new solution for the gravimetric 
quais-geoid in France (Poster) 

15:20 BARLIK, M. 

Gl 1-016 Investigations of the Earth figure by gradientometric 
determinations (Poster) 


G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core 
on nutation, polar motion and length of 
day (co-sponsored by SE) 

.1 Effects of the atmosphere - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Gegout, P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairperson: Salstein, D.A. 

G076 HOPFNER, J. 

Seasonal length-of-day changes and axial 
atmospheric-angular-momentum oscillations in 
their temporal variability 

G077 SCHMITZ-HUBSCH, H.; BOSCH, W. 

Wavelet analysis of polar motion and angular 
momentum time series 


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G078 ABARCA DEL RIO, R.; GAMBIS, D. 

Interannual and decadal time scales in the Earth 
rotation (LOD), atmospheric mountain stress 
torques (AMST) and the atmospheric angular 
momentum (AAM) 

G078A DE VIRON, O.; DEHANT, V. 

Comparison between torque and AAM approach¬ 
es in order to compute the effect of a superficial 
fluid layer * 

G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core 
on nutation, polar motion and length of 
day (co-sponsored by SE) 

.1 Mfects of the atmosphere 

Convener: Gegout, P. 

Friday, 24 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Gegout, P. 

14:00 MARCUS, S.; GHIL, M. 

Tropical and extratropical excitation of subseasonal 
variations in the Earth’s rotation rate (Solicited 
Paper) 

14:30 WEICKMANN, K.; ROBINSON, W.; 
SARDESHMUKH, P.; HART, J. 

Intraseasonal oscillations in global atmospheric 
angular momentum (Solicited Paper) 

15:00 ELBERSKIRCH, J.; HENSE, A. 

Atmospheric angular momentum variability and 
associated atmospheric patterns on different 
timescales simulated with the ECHAM3 T21 GCM 
15:15 SALSTEIN, D.A.; ROSEN, R.D. 

Interannual signals in atmospheric angular momen¬ 
tum from a 40-year reanalysis (Solicited Paper) 
15:45 BREAK 

Chairperson: Gegout, P. 

16:00 GEGOUT, P.; MARCUS, S.; DICKEY, J.; CHAO, 
Y. 

Angular momentum exchanges between the Earth 
and the hydrosphere and consequent length of day 
variations 

16:15 PETROV, S.; BRZEZINSKI, A.; BIZOUARD, C. 
Atmospheric excitation of prograde diurnal polar 
motion 

16:30 NASTULA, J.; SALSTEIN, DA. 

Atmospheric regional signals in excitations of polar 
motion - analysis over a 40 year period 
16:45 ABARCA DEL RIO, R. 

Influence of the hydrological cycle on the seasonal 
cycle of Earth rotation and gravitational parameters 
17:00 BRZEZINSKI, A.; BIZOUARD, C.; PETROV, S. 
Atmospheric and oceanic effects on nutation of the 
Earth (Solicited Paper) 

17:30 BIZOUARD, C.; PETROV, S.D.; BRZEZINSKI, A. 
Atmospheric and oceanic contributions to the long 
periodic components of nutation 
17:45 HOPFNER, J. 

Seasonal length-of-day changes and axial 
atmospheric-angular-momentum oscillations in their 
temporal variability 

17:50 SCHMITZ-HtfBSCH, H.; BOSCH, W. 

Wavelet analysis of polar motion and angular mo¬ 
mentum time series 


17:55 ABARCA DEL RIO, R., GAMBIS, D. 

Interannual and decadal time scales in the Earth 
rotation (LOD), atmospheric mountain stress torques 
(AMST) and the atmospheric angular momentum 
(AAM) 

18:00 DE VIRON, O.; DEHANT, V. 

Comparison between torque and AAM approaches in 
order to compute the effect of a superficial fluid 
layer * 

18:05 END OF SESSION 


G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core 
on nutation, polar motion and length of 
day (co-sponsored by SE) 

.2 Effects of the ocean - Poster Session 

Convener: Siindermann, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 

G080 NASTULA, J.; PONTE, R.; SALSTEIN, DA. 

Combined oceanic and atmospheric excitation of 
polar motion for the period 1993-1995 

G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core 
on nutation, polar motion and length of 
day (co-sponsored by SE) 

.2 Effects of the ocean 

Convener: Siindermann, J. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Siindermann, J. 

11:00 MORNER, N.-A. 

The hydrosphere’s impact on Earth rotation (Solicit¬ 
ed Paper) 

11:30 HAAS, R.; SCHERNECK, H.-G. 

Effect of ocean loading on the determination of 
Earth orientation parameters 
11:45 PONTE, R.M. 

Understanding the ocean’s role on the variable Earth 
rotation (Solicited Paper) 

12:15 THOMAS, M. 

On the consideration of ocean tides in an AGCM 
and implications on Earth’s rotation 
12:30 JOHNSON, T.J. 

The role of ocean variability in the Earth’s rotation: 
a geodetic application for the Parallel Ocean Climate 
Model 

12:45 NASTULA, J.; PONTE, R.; SALSTEIN, D.A. 

Combined oceanic and atmospheric excitation of 
polar motion for the period 1993-1995 

Stand-by paper: 

SUNDERMANN, J. 

Ocean tides and history of the Earth-Moon system * 
12:50 END OF SUB-SESSION 


Attend the Poster Session 


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G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core 
on nutation, polar motion and length of 
day (co-sponsored by SE) 

.3 Effects of the core - Poster Session 

Convener: Dehant, V.M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairperson: Salstein, D.A. 

G079 GREINER-MAI, H.; JOCHMANN, H.; 
BARTHELMES, F. 

About the influence of a possible relative rotation 
of the Earth’s inner core on the polar motion, the 
geomagnetic field and the gravity field 

G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core 
on nutation, polar motion and length of 
day (co-sponsored by SE) 

.3 Effects of the core 

Convener: Dehant, V.M. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R5 
Chairperson: Dehant, V.M. 

08:30 MATHEWS, P.M.; BUFFETT, B.A.; HERRING, 
T.A. 

Earth rotation and core modelling: couplings of the 
mantle, outer core, and inner core (Solicited Paper) 
09:00 JAULT, D.; WIGHT, J. 

Axial torques acting between core and mantle 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:30 ZATMAN, S.A. 

When are the core and mantle coupled? 

09:45 GETINO, J.; FERRANDIZ, J.M. 

Geophysical parameters derived from the Hamilto¬ 
nian non-rigid Earth theory 

10:00 DEHANT, V.; DEFRAIGNE, P.; VAN HOOLST, T. 
About the influence of the core on nutations: a 
beginning 

10:15 GREINER-MAI, H.; JOCHMANN, H.; 
BARTHELMES, F. 

About the influence of a possible relative rotation of 
the Earth’s inner core on the polar motion, the 
geomagnetic field and the gravity field 
10:20 END OF SUB-SESSION 


G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core 
on nutation, polar motion and length of 
day (co-sponsored by SE) 

.4 Models, measurements and analysis of 
Earth rotation 

Convener: Schuh, H. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 

Lecture Room: R5 

Chairperson: Schuh, H. 

14:00 GREFF-LEFFTZ, M. 

Theory of the Earth’s rotation at different time-scales 
(Solicited Paper) 


14:30 CHAO, B.F. 

Angular momentum variations in the geophysical 
fluids (Solicited Paper) 

15:00 VONDRAK, J. 

Long series of Earth rotation parameters after 
reanalysis within the Hipparcos frame (Solicited 
Paper) 

15:30 WEBER, R.; ROTHACHER, M.; SPRINGER, T. 
Monitoring Earth rotation variations by GPS (Solicit¬ 
ed Paper) 

16:00 GIBERT, D.; HOLSCHNEIDER, M.; LEMOUEL, 
J.L. 

Wavelet analysis of the polar motion 
16:15 DILL, R.; DREWES, H.; RICHTER, B.; SCHUH, 
H. 

Influence of global mass displacements on Earth 
rotation 

16:30 GIPSON, J.; MA, C. 

Signatures of ENSO in LOD 

16:45 KOTRELEVA, O.V.; KOSEK, W.; KOLACZEK, 

B. 

Time variable spectrum of the free-core nutation 
16:50 END OF SUB-SESSION 


G12 Effects of the atmosphere, ocean and core 
on nutation, polar motion and length of 
day (co-sponsored by SE) 

.4 Models, measurements and analysis of 
Earth rotation - Poster Session 

Convener: Schuh, H. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 

G080A KOTRELEVA, O.V.; KOSEK, W.; 
KOLACZEK, B. 

Time variable spectrum of the free-core nutation 
G080B TITOV, O. 

Subdiumal variations of EOP from VLBI data 


G14 Contribution of permanent geodetic 
network to Earth Science in Europe 

Convener: Calais, E. 

Co-Convener(s): Ambrosius, B.A.C. 

Tuesday, 21 Aprfl 1998 
Lecture Room: R7 
Chairperson: Noomen, R. 

09:00 KAUFMAN, M.; OXENTIOUK, A.; SINENKO, L.; 
YUNOSHEV, L.; ZALYTSKY, V. 

Investigation of specific periods for crustal loading 
effects on GPS base "Mendeleevo-Irkutsk" 

09:20 POUTANEN, M. 

The seven-year history of the Baltic Sea level GPS 
campaigns 

09:40 JOHANSSON, J.M.; SCHERNECK, H.-G.; 
ELGERED, G.; EMARDSON, T.R.; DARIN, C.-F.; 
DAVIS, J.L. 

Continuous monitoring of Earth atmosphere and 
crustal deformation using GPS 



10:00 SCHERNECK, H.-G.; JOHANSSON, J.M.; DA¬ 
VIS, J.L.; MITROVICA, J.X. 

BIFROST project: horizontal and vertical crustal 
motion in Fennoscandia from 1500 days of continu¬ 
ous GPS observations 
10:20 BREAK 

Chairperson: Ambrosius, B.A.C. 

11:00 BRUYNINX, C. 

Using the EUREF permanent GPS network to detect 
deformations within the Eurasian plate 
11:20 NOOMEN, R.; LOOHUIS, J. 

Three-dimensional crustal deformations in Europe 
observed with space geodesy 

11:40 CALAIS, E.; EARLIER, F.; BAYER, R.; CHERY, 
J.; BOUCHER, C.; COTON, F.; DERVIN, P.; 
JOUANNE, F.; MANZINO, A.; MARTINOD, J.; 
RAMEL, C.; VIGNY, C. 

A permanent GPS network for monitoring crustal 
deformation in the western Alps 
12:00 MERTIKAS, S.; PAVLIS, E.C.; KARALIOTIS, A.; 
FRANTZIS, X.; MBARTZOS, E. 

First observations from Crete Regional Tectonic 
Experiment (CRETE) 

12:20 ANDERSEN, P.H. 

Combination of VLBI, GPS and SLR observations 
at the observation level - first results 
12:40 SLEEWAEGEN, J.-M. 

Phase surge anomalies: description, origin and 
solution 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Bruyninx, C. 

14:00 WEBB, F.H.; HEFLIN, M.B.; HURST, K.; 
WATKINS, M.M.; ZUMBERGE, J.F. 
Implementation of GIPSY for the analysis of large 
continuous GPS networks 

14:20 MULS, A.; SLEEWAEGEN, J.-M.; BRUYNINX, 
C.; WARN ANT, R. 

The redesign of the Belgiuan permanent GPS net¬ 
work for future (near) real-time applications 
14:40 KOrVULA, H.; OLLIKAINEN, M.; POUTANEN, 
M. 

Use of the Finnish permanent GPS network in 
postglacial rebound studies 

15:00 ASHKENAZI, V.; BAKER, H.C.; BINGLEY, 
R.M.; DODSON, A.H.; PENNA, N.T.; BAKER, 
T.F.; GREENAWAY, R.G.; NURSEY, K.; BED- 
LINGTON, D.; OFHLER, D.; JERRETT, D. 

The establishment of a permanent geodetic network 
in the UK 

15:20 FERMI, M.; FERRARO, C.; NARDI, A.; 
PACIONE, R.; VESPE, F. 

The Italian GPS Fiducial Network in Italy, present 
status and future development (Solicited Paper) 
16:00 DAVILA, J.M.; GARATE, J.; BERROCOSO, M. 

South Spain-north Africa geodynamic GPS network 
16:20 BOCK, Y.; HUDNUT, K.; PRESCOTT, W.; 
WATKINS, M.; AGNEW, D.; GALTEZKA, J.; 
KING, N.; MCRANEY, J.; SCHEID, J.; WEBB, F.; 
WYATT, F.; YOUNG, W. 

The southern California integrated GPS network 
(Solicited Paper) 

17:00 END OF SESSION 


G14 Contribution of permanent geodetic 
network to Earth Science in Europe - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Calais, E. 

Co-Convener(s): Ambrosius, B.A.C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairperson: Calais, E. 

G017 REIGBER, CH.; GENDT, G.; LECHNER, W. 

OWAG-B: a pilot project for operational water 
vapour estimation in a dense German ground- 
based GPS network 
G018 PERIN, B.; SHIVER, W. 

University NAVSTAR consortium (UNAVCO) 
facility support to permanent Global Positioning 
System (GPS) network installation and operation 
G019 MALKIN, Z.; SPRINGER, T.; POUTANEN, M. 

On BSL’93 combined GPS solution 
G020 BARAN, L.W.; KAPCIA, J.; KRANKOWSKI, 
A.; WIELGOSZ, P.; SHAGIMURATOV, LI. 
Activity of the Lamkowko IGS permanent station 
G021 WEBER, R.; TITZ, H. 

SATVB - a multipurpose GPS-reference station 
network in Austria 

G022 PEERI, S.; WDOWINSKI, S. 

Continuous monitoring of crustal deformation 
along the Dead Sea Fault utilizing a permanent 
GPS network 

G023 ZHAGARS, Y.; KAMINSKIS, J. 

The new geodynamic site in Latvia LV-04 
(Irbene) converted Russian ex-military object 
G024 CAMPBELL, J.; NOTHNAGEL, A.; 
SORGENTE, M. 

The regional VLBI-network for measurement of 
crustal motion in Europe - status and results 
G025 BECKER, M.; FRANKE, P.; SCHLUTER, W.; 
SEEGER, H.; WEBER, G. 

Status and performance of the German permanent 
GPS network GREF-permanent 
G026 SMITH, D.E.; KOLENKIEWICZ, R.; DUNN, 
P.J.; TORRENCE, M.H. 

Mixed geodetic networks for Earth sciences 
G027 VAN DER MAREL, H.; DE JONG, C.D. 

Active GPS reference system for the Netherlands 


G15 Instrumental challenges in geodesy 

Convener: Tomasi, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Bianco, G.; Degnan, J.J.; Wilson, C.R. 
Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: R7 
Chairperson: Tomasi, P. 

Editors: Degnan, J.J.; Tomasi, P. 

09:00 BONNEFOND, P.; EXETIER, P.; BOUDON, Y.; 
G 15 -(X )1 LAURAIN, O.; BARLIER, F. 

Monitoring SLR range biaises from multi-satellite 
long time series of laser residuals 
09:15 VASSILIEV, V.P.; BURMISTROV, V.B.; 

G 15-()()2 SHARGORODSKY, V.D. 

A satellite for submillimeter-accuracy SLR 
09:30 RIEPL, ST.; SCHREIBER, U.; SCHLUTER, W. 
Gi 5 -(K )3 Atmospheric correction from dual color SLR 


134 




09:45 DEGNAN, J.; MCGARRY, J.; ZAGWODZKI, T. 
Gi5-()04 Advanced NASA research and development in 
satellite laser ranging 

10:00 SCHREIBER, U.; SCHNEIDER, M.; STEDMAN, 
Gi5.()05 G.; ROWE, C.; COOPER, S.; SCHLUTER, W.; 
SEEGER, H. 

The CII Ring Laser project 
10:15 MENDES, V.B.; LANGLEY, R.B. 

G15-006 An analysis of high-accuracy tropospheric delay 
mapping functions 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Degnan, JJ. 

Editors: Degnan, J.J.; Tomasi, P. 

11:00 MERTIKAS, S.; TSAKIRI, M.; PAVLIS, E.C. 
Gi5-(X)7 Quality control challenges in GPS positioning arrays 
11:15 TIBERIUS, C.; KENSELAAR, F. 

Gi5-o()8 An analysis of the stochastic model of GPS 
observables 

11:30 SCHUH, H.; SCHWEGMANN, W. 

G15-009 First steps towards real-time VLBI 
11:45 PETROV, L. 

G15-010 Usage of phase delay measurements produced by 
VLBI for geodetic applications 
12:00 GRATCHEV, V.G.; IPATOV, A.V.; KOLTSOV, 

G15-011 N.E. 

Testing of VLBI site data acquisition and registration 
equipment with a correlator use 
12:15 CANNON, W.H.; FEIL, G.; FEIR, B.; NEWBY, P.; 
G15-012 NOVIKOV, A.; DEWDNEY, P.; CARLSON, B.; 
POPELAR, J.; PETRACHENKO, W.T.; KLATT, C.; 
BERUBE, M. 

The S2 VLBI system 
12:30 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Tomasi, P. 

Editors: Degnan, J.J.; Tomasi, P. 

14:00 SCHLUTER, W.; BOER, A.; DASSING, R.; 

G15-013 HASE, H.; SEEGER, H.; SPERBER, P.; KILGER, 
R. 

Transportable integrated geodetic observatory TIGO 
as a realisation of a new fundamental station 
14:15 BEDRICH, S.; FLECHTNER, F.; TEUBEL, A. 
G15-014 Accuracy verification of PRARE measurement data 
and calibration techniques 
14:30 SNOW, R.W.; RUTLEDGE, D.R. 

G15 015 Increasing automation of GPS/GLONASS reference 
stations with Ashtech’s geodetic base station soft¬ 
ware (Poster) 

14:35 KUNIMORI, H.; YOU, Z.; PROCHAZKA, L; 
G15-016 HAMAL, K. 

The on-site diagnostics and accuracy improvement of 
satellite laser ranging stations using portable calibra¬ 
tion standard (Poster) 

14:40 VASSILIEV, V.P.; SHARGORODSKY, V.D. 

G15-017 A new approach to the problem of a transportable 
eye-safe SLR station for high-accuracy measure¬ 
ments (Poster) 

14:45 KIRCHNER, G.; KOIDL, F. 

G15-018 Time walk compensation and satellite signature 
reduction with SPADs (Poster) 

14:50 HAUSLEITNER, W.; APPLEBY, G.; SINCLAIR, 

G15-019 A. 

The EUROLAS stations as an effective satellite 
tracking cluster (Poster) 


14:55 IPATOV, A.V.; KOLTSOV, N.E.; TSAREV, V.I. 
Gi5-()2o Multichannel software controlled radiometer for 
radiotelescope in S. Svetloye (Poster) 

15:00 KIUCHI, H.; KONDO, T.; SEKIDO, M.; 

G15-021 KOYAMA, Y.; IMAE, M. 

Real-time VLBI system for the Key Stone Project 
(Poster) 

Techniques for Earth observation 
15:05 MA, C.; RYAN, J.W. 

G15-022 Inherent accuracy of 24-hr VLBI EOP measurements 
derived from two simultaneously observing networks 
15:20 SMITH, G.R.; HEYWOOD, D.I. 

Gi5-()23 Using ephemeris information from GPS signatures to 
improve thematic mapping in mountain environ¬ 
ments: a conceptual proposal 
15:35 WEWEL, F.; JAUMANN, R.; BRAND, M.; 

G15-024 NEUKUM, G.; SCHOLTEN, F. 

High resolution acquisition of topographic surfaces 
with the High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) 
(Poster) 

15:40 BERRY, P.A.M.; BRON, E. 

Gi5-()25 Idenpendent validation of the globe global digital 
elevation model using satellite altimetry 
15:55 TOMASI, P. 

Concluding Remarks 
16:10 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


G15 Instrumental challenges in geodesy - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Tomasi, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Bianco, G.; Degnan, J.J.; Wilson, C.R. 
Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 > 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairperson: Tomasi, P. 

Editors: Degnan, J.J.; Tomasi, P. 

G008 SNOW, R.W.; RUTLEDGE, D.R. 

Gi5-()i5 Increasing automation of GPS/GLONASS refer¬ 

ence stations with Ashtech’s geodetic base station 
software 

G009 KUNIMORI, H.; YOU, Z.; PROCHAZKA, I.; 

GI5-()16 HAMAL, K. 

The on-site diagnostics and accuracy improve¬ 
ment of satellite laser ranging stations using 
portable calibration standard 
GOlO VASSILIEV, V.P.; SHARGORODSKY, V.D. 

G15-017 A new approach to the problem of a transport¬ 

able eye-safe SLR station for high-accuracy 
measurements 

GOll KIRCHNER, G.; KOIDL, F. 

015-018 Time walk compensation and satellite signature 

reduction with SPADs 

G012 HAUSLEITNER, W.; APPLEBY, G.; 

G15-019 SINCLAIR, A. 

The EUROLAS stations as an effective satellite 
tracking cluster 

G013 IPATOV, A.V.; KOLTSOV, N.E.; TSAREV, 

G15-020 V.I. 

Multichannel software controlled radiometer for 
radiotelescope in S. Svetloye 




G014 KIUCHI, H.; KONDO, T.; SEKIDO, M.; 

015-021 KOYAMA, Y.; MAE, M. 

Real-time VLBI system for the Key Stone Pro¬ 
ject 

G015 WEWEL, F.; JAUMANN, R.; BRAND, M.; 
015-024 NEUKUM, G.; SCHOLTEN, F. 

High resolution acquisition of topographic surfac¬ 
es with the High Resolution Stereo Camera 
(HRSC) 


G16 Geodetic and geodynamic achievements 
of the CEI (Central European Initiative) 

Convener: Sledzinski, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Kostelecky, J. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: RIO 
Chairperson: Czamecki, K. 

08:30 SLEDZINSKI, J. 

Current status of realisation of scientific programmes 
in geodesy and geodjmamics of the CEI sixteen 
countries 

08:45 FRANKE, P.; IHDE, J.; SCHLUTER, W.; 
SEEGER, H.; WEBER, G. 

The contribution of the EUREF- and EUVN-GPS- 
campaigns to the maintenance of the geodetic 
reference system in central Europe (Solicited Paper) 
09:15 FEJES, I.; GHITAU, D.; MARCHESINI, C.; 
MOJZES, M.; PESEC, P.; REINHART, E.; SMEK, 
J.; SLEDZINSKI, J.; SOLARIC, M.; VODOPIVEC, 
F.; ZABLOTSKIJ, F. 

The Central Europe Geodynamics Oroject 
(CERGOP): main achievements 1995-1998 
09:30 STANGL, G. 

The GPS campaigns of CERGOP - combined prod¬ 
ucts of 1994-1997 

09:45 FERMI, M.; FERRARO, C.; NARDI, A.; 
PACIONE, R.; VESPE, F. 

Analysis of a sub-network of stations from 4 years 
of CERGOP GPS campaigns 
10:00 HEFTY, J. 

Estimate of site velocities from CEGRN GPS cam¬ 
paigns referred to CERGOP reference frame 
10:15 ROGOWSKI, J.B.; FIGLfRSKI, M. 

CERGOP as a regional network for the maintenance 
of the EUREF reference frame 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Fejes, 1. 

11:00 BECKER, M.; GHITAU, D.; MARCU, C.; 
NEUMAIER, P.; RADULESCU, F.; REINHART, 
E.; ROSCA, V.; RUS, T.; SEEGER, H. 

Plate kinematic studies in Romania using GPS 
11:15 BOSY, J.; KONTNY, B. 

Strategy of GPS data processing in local geody- 
namical networks 

11:30 CACON, S.; KONTNY, B.; BOSY, J. 

Recent geodynamics of eastern Sudety moimtains 
and Sudety foreland 
11:45 PESEC, P. 

Permanent GPS stations in central Europe for precise 
(real-time) positioning 

12:00 CZARNECKI, L.; JANAK, J.; MOJZES, M. 

Tatra moimtains without borders 


12:15 BOGUSZ, L; KRUCZYK, M.; KUJAWA, L.; 
KURKA, W.; PIRASZEWSKI, M.; ROGOWSKI, 
J.B.; SLEDZINSKI, J.; FIGURSKI, M. 

Contribution of astro-geodetical observatory in 
Jozefoslaw to EUREF and geodynamical studies in 
central Europe 

12:30 REINHART, E.; RICHTER, B.; WILMES, H.; 
SLEDZINSKI, J.; MARSON, I.; ERKER, E.; 
RUESS, D.; KAKKURI, I; MAKINEN, J. 
Unification of gravity systems of central and eastern 
European countries - unigrace 
12:45 KOSTELECKY, J.; ZEMAN, A. 

Geometrical interpretation of die quasigeoid on the 
territory of the Czech Republic 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Hefty, J. 

14:00 SMEK, J. 

Some characteristics of detailed gravity field for the 
territory of the Czech Republic and their geophysical 
implications 

14:15 BORZA, T.; KENYERES, A. 

Realization of the Hungarian national GPS network 
14:30 BARAN, P.; CHERNOCON, V.; 
CHEREMSHYNSKY, M. 

Some experience of GPS applications for construc¬ 
tions monitoring * 

14:45 OSZCZAK, S. 

Present status of establishment of navigation DGPS 
systems in European countries 
15:00 VODOPIVEC, F.; CZARNECKI, K. 

Attempts at upgrading university education standards 
in the CEI countries 

15:15 DOLGOPOLOW, A.; WOLSKI, A. 

Application DGPS system for surveys of hydrotechn- 
ical objects (Poster) 

15:19 FELSKI, A.; SPECHT, C. 

DGPS on the Baltic Sea - the hydrographic experi¬ 
ence (Poster) 

15:23 SZYMONSKI, M. 

Some notes on the future navigation satellite system 
architecture for marine purposes (Poster) 

15:27 CZARNECKI, K.; FELLNER, A.; JAFERNIK, H.; 
OLSZEWSKI, R.; ROGOWSKI, J.; SLEDZINSKI, 
J. 

RTK-DGPS for military and civil aviation in Poland 
(Poster) 

15:31 BOGUSZ, J.; KUJAWA, L.; KURKA, W.; 
PIRASZEWSKI, M.; ROGOWSKI, J.B.; 
DOBROWOLSKI, A.; LESZCZYNSKI, W.; 
SZOLUCHA, M. 

Application of GPS technology to the environmental 
studies (Poster) 

15:35 KUJAWA, L. 

Comparison of different types of GPS receivers and 
antennas (Poster) 

15:39 SLEDZINSKI, J. 

Six GPS campaigns of the project EXTENDED 
SAGET (Poster) 

15:43 SLEDZINSKI, J.; VYSKOCIL, P. 

Monographs on geod 5 mamics of a part of CEI 
territory (Poster) 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


136 




15:47 KALINOWSKA-SLEDZINSKA, B.; BARLIK, M.; 
CZARNECKI, K.; MARGANSKI, S.; PACHUTA, 
A.; WALO, J. 

Use of GPS measurements for determination of 
gravimetric topographic correction (Poster) 

15:51 BOGUSZ, J. 

Instrumental phase lag determination in Polish tidal 
stations (Poster) 

15:55 BARLIK, M. 

Incorporation of the vertical gravity gradient obser¬ 
vations to the determination of separation between 
geoid and quasigeoid on Poland territory (Poster) 
15:59 FERRARO, L.; MARJANOVIC, M.; MERVART, 
L.; BECKER, M.; RUS, T.; PANY, T.; STANGL, 
G.; KENYERES, A.; HEFTY, J.; ROGOWSKI, 
J.B.; FIGURSKI, M. 

Final results of CEGRN observations campaigns 
(Postter) 

16:03 CAPORALI, A.; DE PERINI, V.; DELLA CORTE, 
V. 

Tracking and data processing at the GPS station 
UP AD (Poster) 

16:07 FIGURSKI, M. 

The effect of ionosphere modelling on the accuracy 
of GPS single-frequency observations (Poster) 

16:11 BOGUSZ, J.; FIGURSKI, M. 

Influence of the geophysical effects on the results of 
GPS data processing (Poster) 

16:15 KRUCZYK, M. 

Irregular changes in Earth rotation parameters 
(Poster) 

16:19 CZARNECKA, K.; CZARNECKI, K. 

Are terrestrial levelling and satellite GPS networks 
well-matched witht the recent dynamics of the Polish 
territory (Poster) 

16:23 DOUSA, J. 

Long-period solutions of results of the GOP EUREF 
local analysis center (Poster) 

16:27 PACHUTA, A.; BARLIK, M.; KALINOWSKA- 
SLEDZINSKA, B.; MARGANSKI, S.; WALO, J. 
Including of the vertical gravity gradient influence to 
gravimetric determinations in the Polish fundamental 
gravity network * (Poster) 

16:31 GRENERCZY, GY. 

Crustal deformations in the Pannonian basin inferred 
from GPS measurements (Poster) 

16:35 DEMEDYUK, M.; DUBIS, L.; TRETYAK, K. 

Geodynamic investigations in the area of Riksk fault 
(the Ukrainian Carpathians) (Poster) 

16:39 BONDARENKO, V.; SIDORENKO, G.; 
SHURUBKIN, V.; SVITLOV, S.; LOKSHYN, YU. 
Status of absolute gravity measurements in Ukraine 
(Poster) 

16:43 GRENERCZY, GY.; KENYERES, A. 

An attempt for geokinematic interpretation of GPS 
measurements in the CEGRN network (Poster) 

16:47 KUZNETSOVA, V.; MAKSYMCHUK, V.; 
OSTROVSKY!, A.; TRETYAK, K.; 
VERTYTSKYJ, O.; ZABLOTSKYJ, F.; 
CHERNYAGA, P. 

Achievements and prospects of geodynamic studies 
on the Carpathan test field (Poster) 

16:51 BENDYNA, M.; SLEDZINSKI, J.; TRETYAK, K.; 
ZABLOTSKYJ, F. 

Progress in establishment of the Ukrainian-Polish 
observatory PIP-IVAN in Charnohora (Poster) 


16:55 ZABEK, Z. 

Long-period absolute changes of gravity at the 
astrogeodetic observatory at Jozefoslaw * (Poster) 
16:59 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


G16 Geodetic and geodynamic achievements 
of the CEI (Central European Initiative) 
- Poster Session 

Convener: Sledzinski, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Kostelecky, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - G 
Chairperson: Simek, J. 

G028 DOLGOPOLOW, A.; WOLSKI, A. 

Application DGPS system for surveys of 
hydrotechnical objects 
G029 FELSKI, A.; SPECHT, C. 

DGPS on the Baltic Sea - the hydrographic 
experience 

G030 SZYMONSKI, M. 

Some notes on the future navigation satellite 
system architecture for marine purposes 
G031 CZARNECKI, K.; FELLNER, A.; JAFERNIK, 

H.; OLSZEWSKI, R.; ROGOWSKI, !.; 
SLEDZINSKI, J. 

RTK-DGPS for military and civil aviation in 
Poland 

G032 BOGUSZ, !.; KUJAWA, L.; KURKA, W.; 
PIRASZEWSKI, M.; ROGOWSKI, J.B.; 
DOBROWOLSKI, A.; LESZCZYNSKI, W.; 
SZOLUCHA, M. 

Application of GPS technology to the environ¬ 
mental studies 
G033 KUJAWA, L. 

Comparison of different types of GPS receivers 
and antennas 

G034 SLEDZINSKI, J. 

Six GPS campaigns of the project EXTENDED 
SAGET 

G035 SLEDZINSKI, J.; VYSKOCBL, P. 

Monographs on geodynamics of a part of CEI 
territory 

G036 KALINOWSKA-SLEDZINSKA, B.; BARLIK, 
M.; CZARNECKI, K.; MARGANSKI, S.; 
PACHUTA, A.; WALO, J. 

Use of GPS measurements for determination of 
gravimetric topographic correction 
G037 BOGUSZ, J. 

Instrumental phase lag determination in Polish 
tidal stations 
G038 BARLIK, M. 

Incorporation of the vertical gravity gradient 
observations to the determination of separation 
between geoid and quasigeoid on Poland territory 
G039 FERRARO, L.; MARJANOVIC, M.; 
MERVART, L.; BECKER, M.; RUS, T.; PANY, 
T.; STANGL, G.; KENYERES, A.; HEFTY, J.; 
ROGOWSKI, J.B., FIGURSKI, M. 

Final results of CEGRN observations campaigns 


137 




G040 CAPORALI, A.; DE PERINI, V.; DELLA 

CORTE, V. 

Tracking and data processing at the GPS station 
UPAD 

G041 FIGURSKI, M. 

The effect of ionosphere modelling on the accu¬ 
racy of GPS single-frequency observations 
G042 BOGUSZ, J.; FIGURSKI, M. 

Influence of the geophysical effects on the results 
of GPS data processing 
G043 KRUCZYK, M. 

Irregular changes in Earth rotation parameters 
G044 CZARNECKA, K.; CZARNECKI, K. 

Are terrestrial levelling and satellite GPS net¬ 
works well-matched witht the recent dynamics of 
the Polish territory 
G045 DOUSA, J. 

Long-period solutions of results of the GOP 
EUREF local analysis center 

G046 PACHUTA, A.; BARLIK, M.; KALINOWSKA- 

SLEDZINSKA, B.; MARGANSKI, S.; WALO, 
J. 

Including of the vertical gravity gradient influ¬ 
ence to gravimetric determinations in the Polish 
fundamental gravity network * 

G046A GRENERCZY, GY. 

Crustal deformations in the Pannonian basin 
inferred from GPS measurements 


G046B DEMEDYUK, M.; DUBIS, L.; TRETYAK, K. 

Geodynamic investigations in the area of Riksk 
fault (the Ukrainian Carpathians) 

G046C BONDARENKO, V.; SIDORENKO, G.; 

SHURUBKIN, V.; SVITLOV, S.; LOKSHYN, 

YU. 

Status of absolute gravity measurements in 
Ukraine 

G046D GRENERCZY, GY.; KENYERES, A. 

An attempt for geokinematic interpretation of 
GPS measurements in the CEGRN network 
G046E KUZNETSOVA, V.; MAKSYMCHUK, V.; 

OSTROVSKYJ, A.; TRETYAK, K.; 

VERTYTSKYJ, O.; ZABLOTSKYJ, F.; 

CHERNYAGA, P. 

Achievements and prospects of geodynamic 
studies on the Carpathan test field 
G046F BENDYNA, M.; SLEDZINSKI, J.; TRETYAK, 
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Progress in establishment of the Ukrainian-Polish 
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HSAl Hydrology and the Earth’s crust 

.1 Characterization and modelling of 
the 2-D and 3-D structure of porous 
and fractured formations 

Convener: Huggenberger, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Mackay, R. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 3 
Chairperson: Jackson, P.C. 

Fractured rock 

08:40 DE DREUZY, J.R.; DAVY, P.; BOUR, O. 

Transport properties of fault networks. Insight from 
a power law length distribution model 
09:00 KAUFMANN, G. 

Numerical modles of karst drainage systems 
09:20 GUDMUNDSSON, A. 

Development of permeability in fault zones 
09:40 KENNEDY, K.; MULLER, L; OYONO, E. 

Surface geophysics applied to permeability 
discurmination, characterization and site model 
development 

10:00 MCDERMOTT, C.; SAUTER, M.; LEIDL, R.; 
TEUTSCH, G. 

Using the aquifer analogue principle for the investi¬ 
gation of the fractured porous system; new tech¬ 
niques and modelling considerations 
10:20 GUMIEL, P.; CAMPOS, R.; DURAN, J.J. 

Geometric modelling of fracture systems: application 
to different geological targets 
10:40 GONZALEZ-GARCIA, R.; CUVIER, S.; 
HARLAUT, D.; LEDESERT, B.; THOVERT, J.-F.; 
ADLER, P.M. 

Three-dimensional characterization of a real fracture 
network: reconstructio, geometry, transports 
11:00 KLINGBEIL, R.; TEUTSCH, G.; KLEINEIDAM, 
S.; WHITTAKER, J.; AIGNER, T. 

Characterisation and modelling of quaternary outcrop 
analogues 
11:20 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: N.N. 

Porous Media 

14:00 TIMMERMAN, A.; VANDERSTEEN, K.; 
MARCHAL, G.; FUCHS, T.; FEYEN, J. 

Using precorrected raw data in computer tomography 
to quantify structures in dense porous media 
14:20 HASSANI, R.; BERNARD, D.; GOUZE, P. 

A simplified numerical model coupling fluid flow, 
heat and mass transfers and geochemical reactions in 
sedimentary basins 
14:40 LUNN, R.J.; MACKAY, R. 

Characterising zones of locally enhanced conductivi¬ 
ty from pump test data 
15:00 MORAKEVYOL, D.; MACKAY, R. 

Characterizing the geological patterns in an alluvial 
formation beneath an industrial redevelopment site 


15:20 TELES, V.; PERRIER, E.; DE MARSILY, G. 

A new approach to sediment erosion and deposition 
in an alluvial system 
15:40 BRUDERER, C.; BERNABE, Y. 

Effect of the variance of the pore size distribution on 
hydrodynamic dispersion in heterogeneous networks 
16:00 MONTEMAGNO, C.D. 

Experimental measurement of the functional relation¬ 
ship between capillary pressure, saturation and 
interfacial area 

16:20 WHITTAKER, J.; TEUTSCH. G.; GRATHWOHL, 
P.; SUDICKY, E. 

Numerical simulation of the flow and transport of 
NAPLs in heterogeneous porous media 
16:40 BETHERS, U.; JEICABSONS, N.; SENNIKOVS, J. 
An approach for representation of 3D geological 
structures and modelling groundwater flows 
17:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSAl Hydrology and the Earth’s crust 

.1 Characterization and modelling of 
the 2-D and 3-D structure of ^rous 
and fractured formations - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Huggenberger, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Mackay, R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area; AGORA 2 - HS 


HSOOl YANG, J.; EDWARDS, J.N. 

A finite element algorithm for simulating ground- 
water flow, heat and contaminant transport in 
discretely fractured rocks 
HS002 OFTERDINGER, U.; RENARD, P. 

Determining a suitable fracture network model as 
a basis for groundwater-modelling in a fractured 
crystalline aquifer 

HS003 BLOOMFIELD, J.P.; BARKER, J.A. 

Modelling fracture aperture growth using simple 
growth laws 

HS004 DEGNAN, P.J.; MILODOWSKI, A.E.; 
TODMAN, S. 

The identification of potential flowing features 
for a conceptual model of fracture flow at 
Sellafield 

HS005 MENDIONDO, E.M.; GOLDENFUM, J.A. 

Unsaturated media study in soils with 
macropores through pseudo-saturation approach: 
an application in basaltic Terra Roxa Estruturada 
soil, southern Brazil 

HS006 JACKSON, C.P.; WATSON. S.P. 

Upscaling and calibration in the NIREX 97 
assessment of the performance of a repository at 
Sellafield 

HS007 TIMMERMAN, A.; MALLANTS, D.; FEYEN, 

J. 

Describing and characterizing macroporosity in a 
loam soil using dyes to predict saturated hydrau¬ 
lic conductivity 


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HS008 WIPFLER, E.L.; SANCHEZ-VILA, X.; 
CARRERA-RAMIREZ, J. 

MC simulation of transport in 2-D heterogenous 
anisotropic media with the flow orientated in an 
angle 

HS009 REGLI, CH.; HUGGENBERGER, P.; 

ROHRMEIER, M.; EINSTEIN, H.; RAUBER, 
M. 

Integration of field-data of different quality into 
flow and transport models: case studies from 
river Wiese and river Toess, Switzerland 
HSOll COUSIN, L; BRUAND, A.; RENAULT, P.; 
LEVITZ, P. 

Gas diffiision in an undisturbed soil core and in 
its 3D reconstruction 

HS013 MORAKINYO, J.A.; MACKAY, R. 

Alternative geostatistical models of contaminated 
soil stratigraphy 

HSAl Hydrology and the Earth’s crust 

.2 Identmcation of model parameters 
in groundwater hydrology 

Convener: Giudici, M. 

Co-Convener(s): de Marsily, G. 

Monday, 20 Aprfl 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 3 
Chairperson: Mackay, R. 

09:00 GOMEZ-HERNANDEZ, JJ. 

Upscaling and downscaling: travelling up and down 
the scales ladder (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 FENWICK, D.; LENORMAND, R. 

Calculation of homogenized parameters for upscaling 
tracer flow through heterogeneous media 
09:45 AVKHADIEV, F.G.; KACIMOV, A.R. 

What is wrong in the Kozeny-Carman approach? 
10:00 GIUDICI, M.; ORTUANI, B.; PARRAVICINI, G.; 
PONZmi, G. 

Identification of flow model parameters and scale 
changes with the differential system method 
10:15 CUYPERS, M.; DE FOUQUET, C. 

Geostatistical simulation of an aquifer, conditined by 
head and transmissivity measurements 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Lenormand, R. 

11:00 TODINI, E. 

Extending to finite element schemes the Kalman 
filter based inverse problem solution 
11:15 CHRISTENSEN, S.; COOLEY, R.L. 

Evaluation of prediction intervals for expressing 
uncertainties in groundwater flow model predictions 
11:30 BUTERA, I.; TANDA, M.G. 

Reliability of transmissivity mean and variance 
estimation by processing a limited set of data 
11:45 CARRERA, J.; MEIER, P.; MEDINA, A. 

On the geostatistical inversion of interference tests 
(Solicited Paper) 

12:15 NOETINGER, B.; GAUTIER, Y. 

Determination of geostatistical parameters using 
pumping tests data 

12:30 LEBBE, L.; GAUS, L; VAN MEIR, N. 

Use of well logs in an inverse numerical model 
during the interpretation of a double-pumping test 


12:45 SCHAFMEISTER, M.-T. 

Indicator kriging and indicator simulation: tools to 
integrate soft information into the parameter identifi¬ 
cation procedure in groundwater modelling 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Schaftneister, M.T. 

14:00 KITTEROD, N.-O.; LANGSHOLT, E.; 
GOTTSCHALK, L. 

A hermeneutic approach for simulation of unsaturat¬ 
ed flow in a heterogeneous formation 
14:15 CAPELLA, J.E.; GOMEZ-HERNANDEZ, JJ.; 
RODRIGO, J.; SAHUQUILLO, A. 

Stochastic inversion integrating exhaustive geophysi¬ 
cal data in a non-Gaussian framework 
14:30 KROM, T.D.; ROSBJERG, D. 

Multivariant multifacies geostatistical simulation for 
hydraulic conductivity 
14:45 TACHER, L.; TURBERG, P. 

Influence of geophysically detected heterogeneities 
in alluvial deposits on regional scale groundwater 
models 

15:00 LAMB, R.; BEVEN, K.; MYRABO, S. 

Using distributed water table measurements to 
constrain model parameter and simulation uncertain¬ 
ty 

Chairperson: Rosbjerg, D. 

15:15 ADAR, E.M. 

Assessment of transmissivities in arid alluvial basin 
by a mixing cell model appliled to spatial hydro¬ 
chemical and isotopic distribution in groundwater 
15:30 PINAULT, J.-L.; PAUVELS, H. 

An inverse method for modelling mechanisms 
affecting groundwater quality 
15:45 BATH, A.H.; DEGNAN, P.J.; JACKSON, C.P. 

Heads and densities for calibrating a model of a low 
permeability groundwater system 
16:00 TOTSCHE, K.U.; IGLER, B.; KNABNER, P. 

Unbiased identification of nonlinear sorption charac¬ 
teristics by soil column outflow experiments 
16:15 ZECHNER, E.; SAIERS, J.E.; GENEREUX, D. 
Using water and tracer flux information at canal 
boundaries to improve aquifer parameter estimation: 
Biscayne Aquifer, Florida 
16:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


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HSAl Hydrolo^ and the Earth’s crust 

.2 Identincation of model parameters 
in groundwater hydrology - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Giudici, M. 

Co-Convener(s): de Marsily, G. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS014 LUNATI, L; BERNARD, D.; GIUDICI, M.; 
PONZINI, G.; PARRAVICINI, G. 

Inverse problem and upscaling: comparison 
between the DS method and a classical statistical 
one 

HS015 KONTIO, K.; NIEMI, A.; KUUSELA- 
LAHTINEN, A. 

Calibration and upscaling of hydraulic charac- 
teristrics of 3D fracture networks in crystalline 
rock 

HS016 TODINI, E. 

Influence of parameter estimation in Kriging: an 
example of application 

HS017 SMIDTS, O.F.; DEVOOGHT, J.; MEYUS, Y.; 
WEMAERE, I.; MARIVOET, J. 

Sensitivity analysis and inverse problem for the 
sub-regional flow model of the neogene aquifer 
HS018 ORTUANI, B.; SAVI, F.; GIUDICI, M. 

Identification of flow parameters for a regional 
multilayered aquifer with the differential system 
method 

HS019 TYCHON, B.; DE BACKER, L.W.; VANDER 
BORGHT, P. 

Water electrical conduct!vity-waterflow as a low 
cost mean to define stormflow components and 
basin initial soil water content 
HS020 OVCHINNIKOV, M.N.; KUSHTANOVA, G.G. 

A filtrational model parameters and interpretation 
of hydrodynamic, acoustic and thermal measure¬ 
ments data 

HS021 BASTET, G.; BRNAND, A.; VOLTZ, M.; 
QUETIN, P.; BORNAND, M. 

Prediction of the water retention properties of 
soils: performance of available pedotransfer 
functions and development of news approaches 
HS022 SCHINDLER, U.; STEIDL, J.; EULENSTEIN, 
F.; MUELLER, L. 

Estimating and testing of soil hydrologic proper¬ 
ties for the simulation of the water balance in a 
Pleistocene catchment by soil hydrological field 
measurements 

HS023 COUDRAIN-RIBSTEIN, A.; GOUZE, P.; DE 
MARSILY, G. 

Temperature - carbon dioxide partial pressure 
trends in confined aquifers 

HS024 SIMON, W.; FESCH, C.; REICHERT, P.; 
HADERLEIN, S.; SCHWARZENBACH, R. 
Continuous model: an extension of the classic 
two-region model 
HS025 BATRAK, G.I. 

The model of water exchange between cascade 
of radioactive water reservoirs of Techa River 
(south Ural) and groundwater, as the tool of 
verification of balance constructions 


HS026 KENNEDY, K.; MULLER, L; SCHURCH, M. 

Documented contaminant transport rates - their 
use to reduce uncertainty and improve model 
prediction 

HS027 CHRISTIANSEN BARLEBO, H.; HILL, M.C.; 
ROSBJERG, D. 

Identification of zones and groundwater parame¬ 
ters at a heterogeneous aquifer, using a 3D 
inverse flow and transport model 
HS028 GOUZE, PH.; MACKAY, R.; MUTEN, T. 

Understanding the dual-permeability behaviour of 
fractured chalk using the example of atrazine 
contamination at a pumping station 
HS029 GRANLUND, K.; REKOLAINEN, S. 

Estimation of agricultural nitrate load to aquifers 
by one-dimensional transport model 
HSA29A PURVANCE, D.T.; ANDRICEVIC, R. 

Geoelectric measurements of hydraulic heteroge¬ 
neity near a borehole: theory and field example 
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HSAl Hydrology and the Earth’s Crust 

.3 Reactive mass transport: experi¬ 
mental studies of chemical, colloidal 
and biological processes 

Convener: Gouze, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Schafer, G. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 3 
Chairperson: N.N. 




11:00 BORING, U.; JAEKEL, U.; VEREECKEN, H. 

Impact of sorption heterogeneity on reactive solute 
transport 

11:15 VEREECKEN, H.; JAEKEL, U. 

Determination of sorption parameter from break¬ 
through curves using asymptotic analysis 
11:30 MAYER, M.; IRMLER, S.; DAHMKE, A. 

Development of a reactive tracer for iron 
oxid/hydroxid quantification in sediments 
11:45 LORD, L.D.; DEMOND, A.H.; HAYES, K.F. 

The impact of speciation, parititioning and sorption 
on the migration of multiple fluid phases in the 
subsurface 

12:00 TISCHNER, T.; NUTZMANN, G. 

Phosphorus leaching from sandy soils in dependence 
on hydrological conditions 

12:15 GUIMERA, J.; DURO, L.; JORDANA, S.; BRUNO, 
J.; WIKBERG, P. 

Redox front advance in low permeability media 
during interglacial periods 
12:30 LUNCH 


Chairperson: Vereecken, H. 

14:00 GRESWELL, R.; LLOYD, J.W.; TELLAM, J.H.; 
PARKER, D. 

The study of solute movement through rock using 
Positron Emission Tomography 
14:15 RENARD, F.; GRATIER, J.-P. 

Evidence for self-organization during reactive fluid 
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14:30 HOLM, J.; ENGESGAARD, P.; JENSEN, K.H.; 
HENZE, M.; ALBRECHTSEN, HJ. 

Effects of biomass growth on the hydraulic proper¬ 
ties of groundwater aquifers 

14:45 BETTAHAR, M.; BAVIERE, M.; DUCREUX, J.; 
MUNTZER, P.; SCHAFER, G. 

Surfactant flow behaviour in porous medium 
15:00 KENNEDY, K.; MOSE, R.; ROSSI, P.; MULLER, 
1 . 

Comparative behavior of biocolloid and chemcial 
mass transport in heterogeneous porous media 
15:15 BAUMANN, T.; NIESSNER, R. 

Colloidal mass transfer of metal ions within porous 
media 

15:30 GUERIN, V.A.E.; BUES, M.A. 

Reactive mass transport with biodegradation: batch 
and column tests 

15:45 MARTINS, J.M.; MERMOUE*, A. 

Behaviour of dinitrophenol herbicides in alluvial soil 
batches, columns and lysimeter 
16:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSAl Hydrology and the Earth’s Crust 

.3 Reactive mass transjiort: experi¬ 
mental studies of chemical, colloidal 
and biological processes - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Gouze, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Schafer, G. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance; Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS030 MAZUKINA, S.L; MALINOVSKY, D.N. 

Physico-chemical modelling of water-solid 
interactions in tailings of Nepheline concentrate 
HS031 COTRIM, S.; GOLDENFUM, J.A. 

Experimental determination of physical parame¬ 
ters for the simulationof leachate flux and the 
transport of non-conservative, organic poluents 
HS032 LENK, M.; SAENGER, N.; FISCHER, J. 

The flow through river bed sediment and its 
consequence on transport and concentrations 


HSAl Hydrology and the Earth’s crust 

.4 Coastal aquifer dynamics and 
groundwater recharge 

Convener: Candela, L. 

Co-Convener(s): Munoz-Carpena, R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 
Chairperson: Morell, I. 

Editors: Candela, L.; Munoz-Carpena, R. 

HS034 MORELL, I.; TUNON, J.; JIMENEZ, J.R. 
HSAi. 4-()08 Chemical evidence of surface water infiltration in 
the Castellon plain aquifer, Spain 
HS035 MORELL, L; GIMENEZ, E.; TULIPANO, L.; 
HSA1.4-(X)9 FIDELIBUS, M.D. 

Seawater intrusion and saline regional waters. A 
synergic salinization 


HS036 BELLOT, J.; HERNANDEZ, N.; CHIRINO, E. 
HSA!.4-()i« Effect of different vegetation type cover on the 
unsaturated flow profiles and water balances in 
semi-arid areas of Spain 

HS037 EL AMRANI-PAAZA, N.; GARCIA-LOPEZ, S.; 
HSA1.44)I1 BENAVENTE, J.; CRUZ-SANJULIAN, J.J. 

Modifications in a coastal aquifer induced by 
changes in water management upstream (Adra 
river delta, SE Spain) 

HS038 GARCIA-ARSTEGUI, J.L.; PADILLA, F.; 
HSA1,4-0I2 HIDALGO, M.C.; CRUZ-SANJULIN, J.J. 

Water management in a southern coastal region 
of Spain (the Valez river). Simulation of 
groundeater and surface water flow for the 
proper freshwater budget 

HSAl Hydrology and the Earth’s crust 

.4 Coastal aquifer dynamics and 
groundwater recharge 

Convener: Candela, L. 

Co-Convener(s): Munoz-Carpena, R. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 3 
Chairperson: Usunoff, E. 

Editors: Candela, L., Munoz-Carpena, R. 

09:00 CUSTODIO, E. 

HSAl. 4 - Current issues in coastal aquifer dynamics and 
(XH groundwater recharge (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 CONDESSO MELO, M.T.; EDMUNDS, W.M.; 
HSA1.4- MARQUES DA SILVA, M.A. 
txi 2 Hydrogeochemistry and flow modelling of the 

Aveiro multilayer cretaceous aquifer 
09:50 MAS-PLA, J.; BACH, J.; VIQALS, E.; TRILLA, J.; 
HSA!,4- ESTALRICH, J. 

1 X 13 Assessing groundwater exploitation in the Alt 

Empord coastal aquifer 

10:10 KOOI, H.; GROEN, J.; DE VRIES, J.J. 

HSA 1 . 4 - Problems associated with modelling sea water 
(XM intrusion at large space and time scales 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Custodio, E. 

Editors: Candela, L., Munoz-Carpena, R. 

11:00 ABU-ZEID, N.; SANTARATO, G.; GIOVANNINI, 

HSA1.4. A. 

(X )5 Investigation of aquifer boundaries and seawater 
intrusion in the coastal plain of the Po delta using 
geoelectric measurements 
11:20 GUIMERA, J.; CANDELA, L. 

HSA 1 . 4 - Comparison of different tracer methods to assess 

(xifi natural recharge in coastal aquifers _ 

11:40 VARNI, M.; USUNOFF, E.; WEINZETTEL, P.; 
HSA1.4- RIVAS, R. 

(x )7 The groundwater recharge in the Azul aquifer, 
central Buenos Aires province, Argentinia 
12:00 MORELL, I.; TUNON, J.; JIMENEZ, J.R. 

HSA 1 . 4 - Chemical evidence of surface water infiltration in the 

(x)8 Castellon plain aquifer, Spain 

12:05 MORELL, I.; GIMENEZ, E.; TULIPANO, L.; 

HSAl.4- FIDELIBUS, M.D. 

(XH) Seawater intrusion and saline regional waters. A 
synergic salinization 


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12:10 BELLOT, J.; HERNANDEZ, N.; CHIRINO, E. 

HSA1.4- Effect of different vegetation type cover on the 

010 unsaturated flow profiles and water balances in 
semi-arid areas of Spain 

12:15 EL AMRANI-PAAZA, N.; GARCIA-LOPEZ, S.; 

HSA1.4- BENAVENTE, J.; CRUZ-SANJULIAN, JJ. 

oil Modifications in a coastal aquifer induced by chang¬ 
es in water management upstream (Adra river delta, 
SE Spain) 

12:20 GARCIA-ARSTEGUI, J.L.; PADILLA, F.; 

HSA1.4- HroALGO, M.C.; CRUZ-SANJULIN, JJ. 

oh Water management in a southern coastal region of 
Spain (the Valez river). Simulation of groundeater 
and surface water flow for the proper freshwater 
budget 

12:25 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSA2 Hydrology and landforms and fluvial 
systems 

.1 Measurement of bedload and sus¬ 
pended sediment in turbulent flow 

Convener: Laronne, J.B. 

Co-Convener(s): Ergenzinger, P. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chairperson: Ergenzinger, P. 

14:00 RUBIN, D.M.; NELSON, J.M.; SHREVE, R.L. 

Predicting bedload flux under waves 
14:15 HABERSACK, H.; NACHTNEBEL, H.P.; 
LARONNE, J.B. 

Effects of the 3-D turbulent flow field on trap 
measurements 
14:30 DITTRICH, A. 

Velocity field and resistance of flow over rough 
surfaces 

14:45 KOZLOWSKI, B. 

Influence of ring structures and shear stress distribu¬ 
tion on river bed stability 
15:00 BATALLA, R.J.; ROVIRA, A. 

Bedload pulses associated with migration of sand 
dunes 

15:15 LARONNE, J.; GARCIA, C. 

Bursts and cyclical movement of sand/granules on 
mobile bed patches utilising video photography - the 
Tordera river 

15:30 DISSE, M.; BARDOSSY, A. 

Quantitative evaluation of bed load measurements in 
the river Rhine 

15:45 COHEN, H.; LARONNE, J.B. 

Continuous monitoring of bedload discharge in an 
extreme arid environment, Nahal Rahaf and Kanaim, 
Dead Sea, Israel 

16:00 LIEBAULT, F.; CLEMENT, P. 

Assessment of mountain stream annual bedload 
transport rates in the Drome watershed, France 
16:15 PFEIFFER, A.; THIELE, M.; BROCKMANN, U.; 
PROCHNOW, D. 

A tool for sizing floes and particles in suspension: 
laser scattering combined with image analysis of 
video frames * 

16:30 Concluding Remarks 
16:45 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


HSA2 Hydrology and landforms and fluvial 
systems 

.2 Morphological processes at the 
hillslope and river scale 

Convener: Roth, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Copertino, V. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chairperson: Greco, M. 


08:45 PELLETIER, J.D. 

The transition from rilled to branched drainage in a 
hillslope evolution model 

09:00 HELMING, K.; ROMKENS, M.J.M.; PRASAD, 
S.N.; SOMMER, H. 

Experimental investigation of drainage network 
development 

09:15 DARBOUX, F.; DAVY, P.; GASCUEL-ODOUX, 
C.; HUANG, C. 

Soil surface morphology effects on overland flow 
triggering 

09:30 DYKES, A.P. 

Hydrological controls on the maintenance of steep 
tropical slopes by mass movement 
09:45 JONES, J.A.A.; CONNELLY, L.J. 

A semi-distributed simulation model for natural 
pipeflow 

10:00 LA BARBERA, P.; LANZA, L. 

The morphological structure of multi-catchment 
regions 

10:15 BOGAART, P.W. 

Climate change and fluvial dynamics: a multimodel 
approach 

10:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


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HSA2 Hydrology and landforms and fluvial 
systems 

.2 Morphological processes at the 
hillslope and river scale 

Convener: Roth, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Copertino, V. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 
Chairperson: Greco, M. 

HS039 AGNESE, C.; CRIMINISI, A. 

On the distribution functions of the peak and the 
time to peak of topological width function 
HS040 LA BARBERA, P.; LANZA, L. 

On the hydrological response of multi-catchment 
systems to large scale meteorological events 


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HSA2 Hydrology and landforms and fluvial 
systems 

J Sediment and contaminant trans¬ 
fers at the land/ocean interface 

Convener: Leeks, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Monaco, A. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 SKOULIKIDIS, N.TH.; ZACHARIAS, 1. 

Causes and effects of recent hydrological changes in 

11:20 MITINA, N.N. 

The dynamics of main factors of genesis in river 
mouth regions under different anthropogenic load 
11:40 BETHERS, U.; SENNIKOVS, J.; 

GRZHIBOVSKIS, R.; EBERHARDS, G. 

An investigation of prolonged coastline development 
by coupled longshore/crosshore model 
12:00 RIMMELIN, P.; DUMON, J.-C. 

Transfer of dissolved inorganic nitrogen to a coastal 
lagoon: the case of the Arcachon Bay (France) 
12:20 VERLAAN, P.AJ. 

Loads of heavy metals from the Scheldt estuary to 
the North Sea 

12:40 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 

HSA3 Open session on hydrology and cli¬ 
mate 

Convener: O’Kane, J.P. 

Co-Convener(s): Bonacci, O.; Pulido-Bosch, A. 
Wednesday, 22 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: O’Kane, J.P. 

09:00 CORTE-REAL, J.; XU, H.; QIAN, B. 

Downscaling GCM large-scale information to region¬ 
al climate scenario: a weather generator based on 
daily circulation patterns 
09:15 XU, C.-Y. 

From GCMs to river flow: a review of downscaling 
and hydrological modelling approaches 
09:30 DUCHARNE, A.; LAVAL, K. 

Sensitivity of the global water cycle to soil 
water-holding capacity 

09:45 DE ROSNAY, P.; POLCHER, J.; BRUEN, M. 

A new parameterization of soil hydrology in the 
LMG GCM 

10:00 BURLANDO, P.; GROSSI, G.; ROSSO, R. 

Effects of potential climate change on hydrologic 
variability in the Amo basin 

10:15 SLOAN, W.T.; EWEN, J.; KILSBY, C.G.; 
O’CONNELL, P.E. 

Application of the UP modelling system to the 
Arkansas Red River basin 

10:30 CRISCI, A.; GOZZINI, B.; MARACCHI, G.; 
PAGLIARA, S.; MENEGUZZO, F. 

Extreme rainfalls in the chaning climate: regional 
analysis and hydrological implications 


10:45 ROBERTS, G.; HUDSON, J.A.; CRANE, S.B. 

The effects of possible future climate and land use 
change on streamflow from contrasting catchment 
areas in the UK and the available management 
options to ameliorate these effects 
11:00 VAN MIERLO, BARDOSSY, A. 

Precipitation forecasting for different time scales 
11:15 GOLDBERG, V. 

Effect of coupling between a vegetation canopy and 
the atmosphere on energy and water transfer - results 
with the model HIRVAC 
11:30 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 BATRAK, G. 

Influence of climatic modifications on ground water 
and environment 

14:15 SANTOS, M.J.; GONCALVES HENRIQUES, A. 

A method for drought monitoring 
14:30 KRASOVSKAIA, L; GOTTSCHALK, L.; 
KUNDZEWICZ, Z. 

Dimensionality of Scandinavian river flow regimes 
14:45 MOTOVELOV, YU.G. 

Simulation of climato change impacts on river 
runoff: coupling historical and modelling approaches 
15:00 SHUMOVA, N.A. 

Normal evapotranspiration in different land types: 
agricultural fields and river basins 
15:15 PILLING, C.; JONES, J.A.A. 

Downscaling precipitation and potential 
evapotranspiration from GCM output to drive a 
hydrological simulation model at catchment scale 
15:30 END OF SESSION/Session HSA7 continues 


HSA3 Open session on hydrology and cli¬ 
mate - Poster Session 

Convener: O’Kane, J.P. 

Co-Convener(s): Bonacci, O.; Pulido-Bosch, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS041 CORTE-REAL, J.; BERNARDINO, M.C. 

Validation of GCM precipitation output using the 
method of fragments 

HS042 BUSSAY, A.; SZINELL, CS.; HAYES, M.; 
SVOBODA, M. 

Monitoring drought in Himgary using the Stan¬ 
dardized Precipitation Index 
HS043 UVO BERTACCHI, C. 

Modelling runoff in Amazonia using sea surface 
temperature 

HS044 RANA, G.; MASTRORILLI, M.; KATERJI, N. 

Reference evapotranspiration estimating for 
hydrological purposes 


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HSA4 Open session on hydrology and weath¬ 
er 

Convener: Burlando, P. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: Burlando, P. 

09:00 BURLANDO, P. 

Introduction 

09:10 MENEGUZZO, F.; VICENTE, G.A.; PAGLIARA, 
S.; GOZZINI, B.; BOTTAI, L.; PIERI, M. 
Preliminary operational satellite rainfall estimates in 
the Mediterranean countries and hydrological conse¬ 
quences 

09:30 SANCHEZ-DIEZMA, R.; ZAWADZKI, L; 
SEMPERE TORRES, D. 

An improvement of weather radar estimation of rain 
classifying radar rainfall estimations into convective 
and stratiform 

09:50 BORGA, M.; ANAGNOSTOU, E.N. 

Hydrologic assessment of real-time bias adjustment 
procedures in radar-rainfall estimation 
10:10 HAIDEN, T. 

Verification of model-predicted mesoscale rainfall 
patterns in an alpine area 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Borga, M. 

11:00 BEROUD, J.-M. 

Performance of the Swiss model: comparisons with 
observations at the hdyrological station of Riet- 
holzbach 

11:20 BRANDSMA, T.; BUISHAND, T.A. 

Rainfall generator for the Rhine basin: multi-site 
genration of weather variables by nearest-neighbour 
resampling 

11:40 BARDOSSY, A.; GUENNI, L. 

Disaggregation of highly seasonal monthly rainfall 
by simulating annealling 
12:00 UIJLENHOET, R.; CREUTIN, J.-D. 

A stochastic model of rainfall at the raindrop scale 
12:20 MONTANARI, A. 

Storm structure variability in historical rainfall 
records observed in Italy 
12:40 PEGRAM, G.; CLOTHIER, A. 

Space-time modelling of rainfall in fine intervals: the 
"string of beads" model (Oral + Video) 

13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Pegram, G. 

14:00 CELLE, H. 

Relation between the rainwater chemical and isotopic 
content and the meteorological parameters in the 
western Mediterranean region (Poster) 

14:05 BONI, G.; GOLLO, P.; VERSACE, C.; SICCARDI, 
F. 

Combined use of remotely sensed data and ground 
observation for the estimation of soil moisture 
conditions (Poster) 

14:10 LA BARBERA, P.; LANZA, L.G.; STAGI, L.; 
LOMBARDO, F. 

Influence of measuring errors due to uncalibrated 
raingauges on flood analysis and prediction (Poster) 


14:15 SCHINDLER, H. 

Note on heavy precipitation (Poster) 

14:20 PANAGOULIA, D.; DIMOU, G. 

Impact of global climate change on elevation zone 
precipitation statistics 

14:40 ADLER, M.-J.; BUSUIOC, A.; COSOVANU, M. 
Characteristic of high water and droughty periods in 
the Carpathian region induced by variabilities in the 
large scale circulation 

15:00 TRIGO, LF.; DACAMARA, C.; CORTE-REAL, 
J.M. 

Non-linear statistical modelling of runoff using 
MARS 

15:20 lACOBELLIS, V.; CLAPS, P.; FIORENTINO, M. 
Role of climatic index in geomorphoclimatic deriva¬ 
tion of flood frequency 
15:40 Discussion 
16:30 END OF SESSION 

Video presentation: Wednesday 17.00-19.00 in the 
Poster Area 


HSA4 Open session on hydrology and weath¬ 
er - Poster Session 

Convener: Burlando, P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 
Chairperson: N.N. 

HS045 CELLE, H. 

Relation between the rainwater chemical and 
isotopic content and the meteorological parame¬ 
ters in the western Mediterranean region 
HS046 BONI, G.; GOLLO, P.; VERSACE, C.; 
SICCARDI, F. 

Combined use of remotely sensed data and 
ground observation for the estimation of soil 
moisture conditions 

HS047 LA BARBERA, P.; LANZA, L.G.; STAGI, L.; 
LOMBARDO, F. 

Influence of measuring errors due to uncalibrated 
raingauges on flood analysis and prediction 
HS049 SCHINDLER, H. 

Note on heavy precipitation 

HSA5 Open session on hydrology and sur¬ 
face hydrological processes 

Convener: Kiely, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Bormann, H. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: Kiely, G. 

Editor: Kiely, G. 

08:30 MENGELKAMP, H.-T.; KIELY, G.; WARRACH, 

HSA5- K.; RUHE, C. 

(X)i Simulation of runoff at plot and catchment scale 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:00 SZINELL, CS.; ACS, F. 

HSAs- Sensitivity of surface fluxes to structural differences 
(X )2 in soil moisture simulation 


X 


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09:15 ORLANDINI, S. 

HSA5- A two-layer model of near-surface soil drying for 
m time-continuous hydrologic simulations 
09:30 OLIOSO, A.; CHAUKI, H.; BERTUZZI, P. 

HSA 5 - Estimation of energy fluxes from thermal infrared, 
(XM spectral reflectance, microwave data and SVAT 
modelling 

09:45 DEKKER, S.C.; BOUTEN, W. 

HSA5- Modelling forest transpiration from different perspec- 
005 tives 

10:00 FRUHAUF, C.; ZIMMERMANN, L.; 

HSA5- BERNHOFER, CH. 

(x)6 Comparison of forest evapotranspiration from ECEB 
measurements over a forest spruce stand with the 
water budget of a catchment 
10:15 ZIMMERMANN, L.; FRUEHAUF, C.; SURKE, 
USAS- M.; BERNHOFER, CH. 

007 The role of interception in the water budget of 
spruce stands in the Eastern Ore Mountains/Germany 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Mengelkamp, H.-T. 

Editor: Kiely, G. 

11:00 SAXENA, R.K.; JAEDICKE, C.; LUNDIN, L.-C. 
HSA 5 - Comparison of lake evaporation estimated by isotope 
(X)8 mass-balance, bulk-aerodynamic & Bowen ratio 
methods 

11:15 WIGNERON, J.-P.; CALVET, J.-C.; CHANZY, A. 
HSA 5 - Estimating the root-zone soil moisture from remote 
(XB sensing observations 
11:30 MOTOVILOV, YU.G.; GOTTSCHALK, L.; 

HSA5- ENGELAND, K. 

010 Modelling of hydrological cycle components in the 
NOPEX area 
11:45 DIERMANSE, F. 

HSA5- Representation of natural heterogeneity in 

oil rainfall-runoff models 

12:00 NIRUPAMA; TAKASAO, T.; SHIIBA, M.; 

HSA5- TACHIKAWA, Y. 

012 A generalised expression for soil moisture storage 
capacity distrubution 

12:15 BORMANN, H.; DIEKKRUGER, B.; 

HSA5- RENSCHLER, C. 

013 Regionalization concepts for hydrological modelling 
on different scales using a physically based model: 
results and evaluation 
12:30 YOUNG, M.D.B. 

HSA 5 - Assessment and development of pedotransfer func- 

014 tions for semi-arid sub-Saharan Africa 

12:45 MENZIANI, M.; PUGNAGHI, S.; PILAN, L.; 

HSA5- SANTANGELO, R.; VINCENZI, S. 

015 Field experiments to study evaporation from a 
saturated bare soil 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Bormann, H. 

Editor: Kiely, G. 

14:00 MOEHRLENS, C.; KIELY, G.; PAHLOW, M. 
HSA5- Evaporation from a humid grassland catchment 
016 

14:15 SEUNTJENS, P.; CORNELIS, C.; DE BRUCKER, 
HSA5. N.; GEUZENS, P. 

017 Derivation of functional layers in a podzol 
toposequence for simulating cadmium transport 


14:30 WENG, PH.; COUDRAIN-RIBSTEIN, A.; 

HSA5- BENDJOURDI, H. 

018 Hydrologic measurements in an alluvial wetland 
14:45 PERUMAL, M.; RANGA RAJU, K.G.; 

HSA5- O’CONNELL, P.E. 

019 Field applications of a variable paramter muskingum 
method 

15:00 GREGORIS, Y.; SCHOBER, A. 

HSA 5 - Genetic algorithms, neural networks: is it possible to 
020 use these "modern concepts" for hydrologic models? 
15:15 TOTH, E.; MONTANARI, A.; BRATH, A. 

HSA 5 - Real-time flood forecasting via combined use of 

021 conceptual and stochastic models 

15:30 BENAVENTE, J.; ALMECUA, C.; CARRASCO, 

HSA5- F. 

022 Response to extreme hydrological situations in the 
storage of an anthropogenically affected salt lake 
15:45 KOOI, H.; DE VRIES, J.J. 

HSA 5 - Land subsidence and hydrodynamic compaction of 
023 sedimentary basins 

16:00 DUCHARNE, A.; KOSTER, R.D.; SUAREZ, M.J.; 
HSA5- KUMAR, P. 

024 Evaluation of a catchment-based land surface model 
for GCMS 

16:15 SCHULZ, J.-P.; DUMENIL, L.; POLCHER, J. 
HSA 5 - Impact of different numerical coupling techniques 
025 between surface and atmosphere in a GCM 
16:30 KLEIDON, A.; HAGEMANN, S. 

HSA 5 - Influence of rooting depth on the simulated climate 
026 of a GCM 

16:45 HAGEMANN, S.; KLEIDON, A. 

HSA 5 - Influence of rooting depth on the simulated hydro- 

027 logical cycle of a GCM 

17:00 END OF SESSION 

17:00 Opening 

19:30 Reception 


HSA5 Open session on hydrology and sur¬ 
face hydrological processes - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Kiely, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Bormann, H. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

Chairperson: Bormann, H. 

Editor: Kiely, G. 

HS051 GREGORIS, Y.; SCHOBER, A.; BERNARD, P. 

HSA5-()28 CORIANDRE, TOPMODEL, DPFT: comparison 
of three watershed model concepts in research of 
an appropriate real time flood forecasting tool 

HS052 AHONEN, J.; RANKINEN, K. 

HSA 5-029 SMART2 model application to two forested 
catchments in Finland: effects of emission reduc¬ 
tion scenarios 

HS053 CORTADA HINDERSIN, F.; SEMPERE 

HSA5-030 TORRES, D.; KEBEN, K.; FRANKS, S. 

Modelling by using topographic information. 
Application of TOPMODEL to a Mediterranean 
basin 

HS054 OLTCHEV, A.; IBROM, A.; KREILEIN, H.; 

HSA5-031 MORGENSTERN, K.; GRAVENHORST, G. 

Evaluation of the response of Spruce forest 
ecosystem on climatic changes: results of model¬ 
ling experiments 


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HS055 SLEPAK, Z. 

HSA5-032 Geophysics for studying the dynamics of 
near-surface underground water in modern urban 
conditions 

HS056 GALBIATI, G.L.; SAVI, F. 

HSA5-033 Temporal variability of effective values of soil 
hydraulic properties at the filed scale 

HS057 GONCHAROV, A.V.; TUGAROVA, MA. 

HSA5-()34 Hydrocarbons and geochemical processes in the 
bottom environment of Russian seas coastal 
zones 

HS058 TUGROVA, M.A.; GONCHAROV, A.V.; 

HSA5-035 KOVALCHUC, D.V. 

The transformation of dynamic parameters of 
oil-contaminated sediments the north European 
Russia 

HS059 KUCHMENT, L.S.; POUROVSKYI, L.V. 

HSA5-036 Hurst’s luw in the variations of the Kaspian sea 
level and the estimating the ranges of this varia¬ 
tions 


HSA6 Hydrology and soil processes 

.1 Recent advances in tracers in 
vadose zone hydrology 

Convener: Tyler, S.W. 

Co-Convener(s): Edmunds, W.M.; Flury, M.; Scanlon, B.R. 
Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chairpersons: Tyler, S.W.; Scanlon, B.R. 

08:45 FLURY, M. 

Use of dye tracers for the identification of solute 
transport in the vadose zone 

09:00 RUNG, K.-J.S.; KLADIVKO, E.; JAYNES, D.; 
GISH, T.; KANWAR, R.; HELLING, C.F.; 
GEOHRING, L.D.; STEENHUIS, T.S. 

Partition preferential flow by sequentially applying 
conservative tracers 

09:15 STAMM, C.; FLUHLER, H.; SERMET, R.; 
LEUENBERGER, J.; WUNDERLIN, H.; WYDLER, 
H. 

Preferred flow paths in a drained grassland plot 
09:30 ZEHE, E.; PLATE, E. 

Preferential flow in a small agricultural catchment: 
field study and upscaling concept 
09:45 LICHNER, L. 

Radioactive tracer techniques used in soil hydrology 
10:00 DAHAN, O.; NATIV, R.; ADAR, E.M.; 

BERKO WITZ, B. 

Flow through fractures in Vadose chalk 
10:15 WEISBROD, N.; NATIV, R.; ADAR, E.; RONEN, 
D. 

Colloidal particles as natural tracers for processes in 
unsaturated fractured chalk 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairpersons: Flury, M.; Edmunds. W.M. 

11:00 SCANLON, B.R. 

Uncertainties in estimating water fluxes and dating 
pore water in an arid unsaturated system 
11:15 GEE, G.W.; TYLER, S.W. 

Analysis of chloride mass balance in a field 
lysimeter 


11:30 GUTTERREZ-OJEDA, C. 

Recharge estimation of the Conejos-Medanos aquifer 
system, northern Mexico 
11:45 GEHRELS, J.C.; DE VRIES, J.J. 

Application of chloride and oxygen-18 as vadose 
zone tracers under temperature climatic conditions 
12:00 SONNLEITNER, M.; SCHULIN, R. 

Non-destructive investigation of the root zone with 
help of a deuterium-tracer 

12:15 VANDERBORGHT, J.; DIELS, J.; GONZALEZ, 
C.; JACQUES, D.; KIM, D.-J.; MALLANTS, D.; 
TIMMERMAN, A.; VANCLOOSTER, M.; 
HUBRECHTS, L.; FEYEN, J. 

Overview of inert tracer experiments to characterise 
transport properties of some Belgian soils 
12:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSA6 Hydrology and soil processes 

.1 Recent advances in tracers in 
vadose zone hydrology - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Tyler, S.W. 

Co-Convener(s): Edmunds, W.M.; Flury, M.; Scanlon, B.R. 
Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 
Chairperson: Tyler, S.W. 

HS061 BAUMANN, T.; SCHNEIDER, M.; NIESSNER, 
R. 

Application of sorptive tracers within wast 
disposals 

HS062 BELOUSOVA, A.P.; DUDUKALOV, A.P. 

Field investigation of the processes of highly 
mineralized brine migration in the unsaturated 
zone 

HS063 ELIET, V.; BIDOGLIO, G.; FERRARI, D.; 
SENA, F.; SPRINGER, A.; NIESSNER, R.; 
PANNE, U. 

Multiplexed four-dimentional fiber-optic fluores¬ 
cence for in-situ detection of soil and groundwa¬ 
ter tracers 

HS064 FEYEN, H.; PAPRITZ, A.; WUNDERLI, H.; 
FLUHLER, H. 

A multiple tracing experiment to detect flowpaths 
in forest soils 

HS065 GANDOLA,F.;ABRIAK,N.E.;HAVERKAMP, 
R. 

Characterization of infiltration in unsaturated 
porous medium using fluorescence effects 
HS066 GERARD-MARCHANT, P.; BEAUDOING, 
G.; CALMELS, P. 

Radioactive tracers for the in situ and laboratory 
determination of the hydraulic properties of 
slowly permeable porous material 
HS067 JACQUES, D.; TIMMERMAN, A.; FEYEN, J. 

Measuring water flow and solute transport under 
natural boundary conditions in a loamy soil 
profile 

HS068 SCHNEGG, P.-A. 

An inexpnensive flow-through field fluorometer 
for tracer tests 

HS069 WILLIAMS, A.; WARD, R. 

The use of fluorescent microspheres as tracers in 
the unsaturated zone of the Chalk 


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HS070 PEDERSEN, T.S.; TORGERSEN, J.; 
ALESTROM, P. 

Tagged DNA-molecules as tracers in 
hydrogeology 

HS070A LICHNER, L.; SVOBODA, A.; CIPAKOVA, 
A. 

Cadmium transport in a structured loamy soil 


HSA6 Hydrology and soil processes 

.2 Scale problems of soU hydrological 
measuring techniques 

Convener: Huwe, B. 

Co-Convener(s): Scherrer, S. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 OSWALD, B.; PELICAN, P.; ERNI, D.; 
BENEDICKTER, H.R.; BACHTOLD, W.; 
FLUHLER, H. 

Process tomography in the hydrological sciences: 
first results (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 KAMPF, M.; HOLFELDER, T.; MONTENEGRO, 
H. 

Inspection of the flow patterns and parameter estima¬ 
tion of capillary barrier systems at different scales 
14:45 VILAS, M.; SALVANY, C.; JOSA, R.; LATRON, 
J.; HERETER, A.; DALMAU, L.; CAAME^S, N. 
Characterization of soil hydraulic properties of a 
field unit using different methods 
15:00 SALVANY, C.; LLORENS, P.; GALLART, F. 

Daily oscillations in soil tensiometry: a field experi¬ 
ence 

15:15 CHANZY, A.; GAUDU, J.C.; MOHRATH, D.; 
CHADOEUF, J. 

Soil moisture monitoring at field scale using auto¬ 
matic capacitance probes 
15:30 MERZ, B.; BARDOSSY, A. 

Infiltration experiments and scale effects (Solicited 
Paper) 

16:00 DEURER, M.; DUIJNISVELD, W.H.M.; 
BOETTCHER, J. 

Variography of water characteristic functions at the 
10 m scale in a coniferous forest: comparison of 
laboratory and field methods 

16:15 FEYEN, H.; PAPRITZ, A.; WYDLER, H.; 
FLUHLER, H. 

Simple time series models to describe nonlinear 
runoff generation 
16:30 PIEHLER, H.; HUWE, B. 

Scale effects of transport processes: application of 
renormalization and perturbation theory 
16:45 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSA6 Hydrology and soil processes 

.2 Scale problems of soil hydrological 
measuring techniques - Poster Ses¬ 
sion 

Convener: Huwe, B. 

Co-Convener(s): Scherrer, S. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS072 ROGASIK,H.;WENDROTH,0.;KOSZINSKI, 
S.; POHL, W. 

Assessment of morphological properties based on 
calculation of internal and external heterogeneity 
HS073 SPERL, C.; STANJEK, H. 

The accuracy of water content measurements 
with ground-penetrating radar: a model experi¬ 
ment 

HS074 KLEIN, M. 

Modelling water dynamics in a large field 
lysimeter * 

HS075 BLYTH, E. 

Representing soil water with simple models 


HSA7 Open session on hydrology and living 
communities 

Convener: O’Kane, J.P. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecmre Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: O’Kane, J.P. 

15:30 BONNET, M.P.; WESSEN, K.; MBERGER, J. 

3D limnological modelling: methodology and test 
case 

15:45 REGNIER, P.; WOLLAST, R.; O’KANE, J.P. 

Modelling autotrophic and heterotrophic activity in 
macro tidal estuaries * 

16:00 CAMPANA, M.E.; SMITH, K.E.; MORRICE, J.A.; 
VALETT, H.M.; DAHM, C.N.; UNNIKRISHNA, 
P.V.; BAKER, M.A. 

Hyporheic zone residence times in first-order streams 
16:15 PACHUTA,K. 

The chosen plant communities influence on river bed 
shape and bottom position changes * 

16:30 BUCKLEY, A.; O’KANE, J.P. 

Chaotic behaviour in models of aquatic ecosystems 
* 

16:45 END OF SESSION 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


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HSA8 Hydrology and chemical processes - 
restoration of aquifers: natural and 
artificial attenuation 
.1 Natural attenuation and intrinsic 
bioremediation: field studies I 

Convener: Grathwohl, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Totsche, K.-U. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: Grathwohl, P. 

14:00 CHRISTENSEN, T.H. 

Natural attenuation of landfill leachate plumes? 
(Solicited Paper) 

14:30 SCHIEDEK, T.; GRATHWOHL, P.; TEUTSCH, G. 
Natural attenuation and plume lengths of organic 
contaminants 

14:45 ANTHONY, T.; BARKER, J.F. 

Investigation into the natural attenuation of a dis¬ 
solved creosote plume 

15:00 EISWIRTH, M.; HOETZL, H.; REICHERT, B.; 
WEBER, K. 

Natural attenuation processes in a BTEX plume 
15:15 SCHERMER, M.; FRIND, E.O.; BARKER, J.F. 

A natural gradient field experiment at Borden - 
investigation of natural attenuation processes of 
BTEX and MTBE 

15:30 VISSERS, FRAPPORTI, G.; 

HOOGENDOORN, J.H.; VRIEND, S.P. 
Hydrochemistry is more than transport using hydrol¬ 
ogy 

15:45 KARAPANAGIOTI, H.K.; SABATINI, D.A.; 
GRATHWOHL, P. 

Attenuation by natural and enhanced sorption of 
HOCs in a landfill leachate 

16:00 APPERT-COLLIN, J.C.; DRIDI-DHAOUADI, S.; 
SIMONNOT, M.O.; SARDIN, M. 

Effects of the non linear sorption of polycyclic 
aromatic hydrocarbons on their transport properties 
in organic soils 

16:15 RUGGE, K.; HOFSTETTER, TH.B.; HADERLEIN, 
S.B.; BJERG, P.L.; KNUDSEN, S.; ZRAUNIG, C.; 
MOSBAEK, H.; CHRISTENSEN, TH.H. 
Characterization of predominant reductants in an 
anaerobic aquifer by reactive probe compounds 
16:30 WEIGAND, H.; TOTSCHE, K.U.; KOEGEL- 
KNABNER, I.; ANNWEILER, E.; RICHNOW, H.H. 
Anthracene transport through an unsaturated layered 
soil colunm as influenced by retardation and intrinsic 
biodegradation 
16:45 END OF PART I 


Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 

the new EGS journal for the publication of original research 
in hydrology viewed as a separate geoscience 


HSA8 Hydrology and chemical processes - 
restoration of aquifers: natural and 
artificial attenuation 
.1 Natural attenuation and intrinsic 
bioremediation: field studies - Post¬ 
er Session 

Convener: Grathwohl, P. 

Go-Convener(s): Totsche, K.-U. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 
Chairpersons: Grathwohl, P.; Totsche, K.-U. 

HS076 DANZER, J.; KLEIN, R.; SETARGE, B.; 
GRATHWOHL, P. 

In-situ characterization of NAPL aquifer contam¬ 
ination by partitioning and interfacial tracers 
HS077 FERREIRA, S.B.; GRATHWOHL, P.; 
ZUQUETTE, L.V. 

Partition of aromatic hydrcarbons from oxygenat¬ 
ed gasolines into water 

HS078 LENDVAY, J.M.; DEAN, S.M.; ANDRIAENS, 
P. 

Temproal and spatial trends with biogeochemis- 
^ at a groundwater-surface water interface: 
implications for microbial bioremediation pro¬ 
cesses 

HS079 HERFORT, M.; PTAK, T.; TEUTSCH, G. 

Investigation of natural attenuation of organic 
groundwater contaminants at field scale 
HS080 BUZZELLI, M.; CARRERA, P.; GAVINELLI, 
M. 

Intrinsic bioremediation of virgin naphta impact¬ 
ed site 

HS081 SCHEIBKE, R.; OTTENBREIT, M.; GEISEN, 
S. 

Monitoring contaminated sites - balancing treat¬ 
ment expenses and the costs for thorough site 
characterisation 

HS082 SIMONNOT, M.O.;HARMAND,B.; SARDIN, 
M. 

Modelling the transient transport of non linearly 
interacting dissolved volatile organic compounds: 
experimental validation by column experiments 
HS083 RICHNOW, H.H.; ANNWEILER, E.; 
MICHAELIS, W. 

Tracing the transformation of polycyclic aromatic 
hydrocarbons (PAH) during microbial degrada¬ 
tion with stable isotope labelled substances in 
soils 

HS084 KOMATINA, S. 

Role of geophysics in aquifer vulnerability 
assessment 

HS085 DUDAREV, O.V.; ANIKIYEV, V.V.; SAID, 
M.A.; BOTSUL, A.I.; UTKIN, I.V.; SHUMILIN, 
YE.N. 

Features of the geochemical anomaly assumed 
from the contents of some chemical elements in 
Mediterranean Sea waters near the Nile river 
delta 

HS086 YASUHARA, M.; MARUI, A.; KAZAHAYA, 
K. 

Differences in stable isotopic composition of 
groundwater between the slopes - a case study on 
Mt. Yatsugatake and Mt. Fuji, Japan 


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HS087 GUMERA, J.; FONT, J.; CARRERA, J.; 
CARDONA, F. 

Karst in an active salt rock dome 


HSA8 Hydrology and chemical processes - 
restoration of at^uifers: natural and 
artificial attenuation 
.1 Natural attenuation and intrinsic 
bioremediation: field studies II 

Convener: Grathwohl, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Totsche, K.-U. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: Totsche, K.-U. 

08:30 REmHARD, M.; LEBRON, C.A. 

Natural attenuation of aromatic hydrocarbon and 
haloaliphatic compounds in ground water (Solicited 
Paper) 

09:00 PASS, S.; GANAYE, V.; LOUIS-ROSE, K.; 
VOGEL, T.; BLOCK, J.-C. 

Biodegradation of organics in soil 
09:15 ADRIAENS, P.; LENDVAY, J.V.; BARCELONA, 
M.J.; HAACK, S.K.; SAUCK, W. 

Evaluation of natural bioattenuation at the macro- 
and microscopic level: field implementation of novel 
monitoring methods 

09:30 HOEHENER, P.; BOLLIGER, C.; HUNKELER, D.; 
ZEYER, J. 

Intrinsic bioremediation of a petroleum 
hydrocarbon-contaminated aquifer: assessment by 
stable carbon and sulfur isotopes 
09:45 KREUSER, T.; STORM VAN LEEUWEN, E. 

In situ bioremediation in case studies, NL 
10:00 PACKWOOD, C.R.X.; LERNER, D.N. 

An investigation of the biodegradation of phenolics 
within the Vadose zone 

10:15 GOVINDARAJU, R.S.; NEDUNURI, K.V.; 
BANKS, M.K.; SCHWAB, A.P. 

Field evaluation of phytoremediation strategies in 
TPH degradation 
10:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSA8 Hydrology and chemical processes - 
restoration of aquifers: natural and 
artificial attenuation 
.2 New developments in in-situ treat¬ 
ment of subsurface contaminations 

Convener: Rijnaarts, H.H.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Bosma, T.N. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 RIJNAARTS, H.H.M. 

Introduction 

11:15 SABATINI, D.; KNOX, R.; HARWELL, J. 

Surfactant selection for enhanced subsurface 
remediation: laboratory and field observations 
(Solicited Paper) 


11:45 JOSEF, R.; BARCZEWSKI, B.; KOSCHITZKY, 
H.-P. 

Hydraulic in-situ remediation techniques with 
surfactants: optimization of hydraulic systems 
12:00 SCHLICKER, O.; WUST, W.; DAHMKE, A. 

The effect of dissolved inorganic groundwater 
constituents on the reactivity of FE(0)-reactive walls 
- laboratory studies and thermodynamic calculations 
12:15 SCHLfTH, C.; KRAFT, S.; GRATHWOHL, P.; 
REINHARD, M. 

Catalytic hydrogenation of aromatic compounds with 
palladium - influence of support materials on deacti¬ 
vation 

12:30 VAN LIERE, H.C.; VAN AALST-VAN 
LEEUWEN, M.A.; RIJNAARTS, H.H.M. 

In situ biodegradation of hexachlorocyclohexane 
(HCH) 

12:45 BOSMA, T.N.P. 

Enhancement of biodegradation in biologically 
activated zones 

13:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSA8 Hydrology and chemical processes - 
restoration of aquifers: natural and 
artificial attenuation 
.2 New developments in in-situ treat¬ 
ment of subsurface contaminations 
- Poster Session 

Convener: Rijnaarts, H.H.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Bosma, T.N. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS088 BIESTER, H.; SCHUHMACHER, P.; 
MUELLER, G. 

Mercury removal from groundwater - activated 
S-charcoal adsorption versus Hg2+ reduction by 
tin and Hg(0) stripping 

HS089 ABBONDANZI, F.; lACONDINI, A.; 

MALASPINA, F.; GAGNI, S.; CARNEVALI, 
M.; HANNULA, H.; SERRA, R. 

Preliminary kinetic studies for an in situ 
bioremediation treatment: toluence removal from 
an aquifer 

HS090 BONKHOFF, K.; DIERKES, F.; HAEGEL, 
F.-H.; SUBKLEW, G.; THIELE, P. 
Bicontinuous microemulsions - a new extraction 
medium for in situ remediation 
HS091 VAN GROENESTIJN, J.W.; GRIFFIOEN, J.; 
BRUNIA, A.; VAN BUIJSEN, H.J.J. 

In situ bio-electrochemical nitrate removal from 
groundwater 

HS092 SKOURAS, E. 

Dissolution and mobilization of dispersed NAPL 
in porous media 

HS093 AVRAAM, D.G.; PAYATAKES, A.C. 

Dissolution and mobilization of dispersed NAPL 
in porous media by surfactant flooding 
HS094 DAVIDSON, L.D. 

Anthropogenic pollution of river basins in the 
former Soviet Union 


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HS094A KOUSSIS, A.D.; PESMAJOGLOU, S.; 
SYMOPOULOU, D. 

A criterion for the use of the instantaneous 
reaction assumption in the modelling of the 
biodegradation of hydrocarbons in aquifers * 

HSA8 Hydrology and chemical processes - 
restoration of aq^uifers: natural and 
artificial attenuation 
.3 Redox processes in aquifers - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Behra, Ph. 

Co-Convener(s): Isenbeck-Schroter, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 
Chairperson: Isenbeck-Schroter, M 

HS095 LOYAUX, S.; REFAIT, PH.; LECOMTE, P.; 
EHRHARDT, J.J.; GENIN, J.M. 

The reduction of chromate ions by Fe(II) species 
HS096 JORAND, F.; APPENZELLER, B.; 

ABDELMOULA, M.; BLOCK, J.C.; GENIN, 
J.M. 

Ferrogenous minerals formation in pure culture 
of Fe(III) reducing bacteria 

HS097 LEDOUX, E.; MADE, B.; LOUVAT, D.; 
BLANC, P.L. 

Hydro-geochemical modelling of a reactor zone 
in Bangombe (Gabon): characterization of redox 
processes 

HS098 MALINOVSKY, D.N.; KUDRYAVTSEVA, 
L.P. 

Aspects of contaminants migration from waste 
rock of Khibiny mines 
HS099 ZHENG, Z.; AAGAARD, P. 

Analyses of the anaerobic degradation of 
water-soluble organic compounds in aquific 
environments 


HSA8 Hydrology and chemical processes - 
restoration of aquifers: natural and 
artificial attenuation 
.3 Redox processes in aquifers 

Convener: Behra, Ph. 

Co-Convener(s): Isenbeck-Schroter, M. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: Behra, Ph. 

11:00 JAKOBSEN, R.; HANSEN, L.K.; POSTMA, D. 
Rates of terminal electron accepting processes in an 
anoxic aquifer (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 PEIFFER, S.; PEINE, A.; TRITSCHLER, A.; 
KliSEL, K. 

Redox chemistry of iron and sulfur at the interface 
between sediment and ground-water of acid mine 
lakes 

11:45 GENIN, J.-M.R.; REFAIT, PH.; SIMON, L.; 
ABDELMOULA, M.; LOYAUX, S.; EHRHARDT, 
J.-J.; BOURREE, G.; TROLARD, F. 

Potentiality for using Fe(II)-Fe(III) green rust miner¬ 
al for water remediation by redox processes 


12:00 EBERT, M.; ISENBECK-SCHROTER, M.; 
ROLLING, M. 

Redution and retention of chromate contaminations 
under sulphidic conditions - system evaluation in 
column experiments 

12:15 BONNISSEL-GISSINGER, P.; BEHRA, PH.; 
EHRHARDT, J.J. 

Effect of pH on surface composition of pyrite 
12:30 MULLER, J.; SEILER, K.-P. 

Bonding and mobility of heavy metals in roasted 
pyrites - a comparison between sequential extraction 
and long-term elution experiments 
12:45 BASBERG, L.; ENGESGAARD, P.; DAGESTAD, 
A. 

Gechemical transport modelling of leachate attenua¬ 
tion in quarternary sediments dominated by pyrite 
reduction and calcite dissolution: model testing 
against field data from the Trandum Landfill, Nor¬ 
way 

13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Isenbeck-Schroter, M 

14:00 HOFSTETTER, TH.B.; HADERLIEN, S.B.; 
SCHWARZENBACH, R.P. 

Abiotic reduction of organic pollutants under 
ferrogenic conditions (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 LIGER, E.; CHARLET, L. 

Catalytic role of mineral surfaces in redox reactions 
in subsurface environment 

14:45 MERZ, CH.; WINKLER, A.; SIECKMANN, I. 
Migration behavior of trace metals under changing 
redox conditions in the shallow aquifer of a 
mesoscale Oder river polder (Oberbruch) 

15:00 BUTLER, E.C.; HAYES, K.F. 

Trends in the transformations of halogenated organic 
pollutants by iron sulfide 

15:15 KOZEL, R.; KENNEDY, K.; ZOBRIST, J.; ROSSI, 
P. 

Redox condition heterogeneity and its influence on 
chemical, microbiological and hydrodynamic charac¬ 
teristics in a waste plume (W. Switzerland) 

15:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Behra, Ph. 

16:00 RIOU, C.; GRUAU, G.; DIA, A.; MOLENAT, J.; 
DURAND, P. 

Rare Earth elements as tracers of redox processes in 
shallow groundwaters 
16:15 PEIFFER, S. 

Redox measurements - a theoretical consideration 
based on electrode kinetics 

16:30 LOYAUX, S.; REFAIT, PH.; LECOMTE, P.; 
EHRHARDT, J.J.; GENIN, J.M. 

The reduction of chromate ions by Fe(II) species 
(Poster) 

16:35 JORAND, F.; APPENZELLER, B.; 

ABDELMOULA, M.; BLOCK, J.C.; GENIN, J.M. 
Ferrogenous minerals formation in pure culture of 
Fe(III) reducing bacteria (Poster) 

16:40 LEDOUX, E.; MADE, B.; LOUVAT, D.; BLANC, 
P.L. 

Hydro-geochemical modelling of a reactor zone in 
Bangombe (Gabon): characterization of redox 
processes (Poster) 


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16:45 MALINOVSKY, D.N.; KUDRYAVTSEVA, L.P. 
Aspects of contaminants migration from waste rock 
of Khibiny mines (Poster) 

16:50 ZHENG, Z.; AAGAARD, P. 

Analyses of the anaerobic degradation of 
water-soluble organic compounds in aquific environ¬ 
ments (Poster) 

16:55 END OF SESSION 


HSA9 Hydrology and applied mathematics 
.1 Process representation in hydrologi¬ 
cal models - can it be achieved? 1 

Convener: Gallart, F. 

Co-Convener(s): White, S.M. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 3 
Chairperson: Beven, K. 

Editors: White, S.M.; Gallart, F. 

14:00 BEVEN, K. 

HSA9.1- Model identifiability and constraining process 
001 representations in modelling runoff production 
(Solicited Paper) 

The VAHMPIRE project 

14:30 GALLART, F.; WHITE, S.M. 

HSA9,i- Interaction between hydrological modelling and field 
002 work at the catchment scale: the VAHMPIRE project 
14:45 ANDERTON, S.; WHITE, S. 

HSA9.1- Problems associated with the parameterization of 
003 physically-based hydrological models: an example 
15:00 LATRON, J.; SALVANY, C.; GALLART,F. 

HSA 9 . 1 - From point field meaurements to catchment data sets 
004 for internal validation of models. I- example of the 
catchment water reserve 
15:15 LLORENS, P.; WHITE, S.M. 

HSA9.1- From point field measurements to catchment data 
005 sets for internal validation of models. II expample of 
rainfall interception 

15:30 ANDERTON, S.; LATRON, J.; LLORENS, P.; 
HSA9.1- QUINN, P.; BUCHTELE, J.; CIARAPICA, L. 
oofi Comparative validation of hydrological models: 
preliminary results 

15:45 SALVANY, C.; LATRON, J.; LLORENS, P.; 
HSA9,i- GALLART, F. 

007 Soil water dynamics in a terraced system 
16:00 QUINN, P.; ANDERTON, S. 

HSA9.1- Nesting localized models and data within catchment 

(X)8 models and data 

16:15 CIARAPICA, L.; TODINI, E. 

HSA9.I- TOPKAPI: a new approach to rainfall-runoff model- 
009 ling 

16:30 HIGY, C.; lORGULESCU, I.; MUSY, A. 

HSA9.1- Digital terrain analysis of the Haute-Mentue catch- 
010 ment (Switzerland) and scale effect for hydrological 
modellisation with TOPMODEL 
16:45 JORIN, C.; lORGULESCU, I.; MUSY, A. 

HSA9.1- Uncertainty analysis of geochemical mixing models 
on and implications for processes conceptualisation 
17:00 END OF PART I 


HSA9 Hydrology and applied mathematics 
.1 Process representation in hydrologi¬ 
cal models - can it be achieved? - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Gallart, F. 

Co-Convener(s): White, S.M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 
Chairperson: White, S.M. 

Editors: White, S.M.; Gallart, F. 

HSIOO SEIBERT, J.; UHLENBROOK, S.; 

HSA9.14)29 LEIBUNDGUT, C.; HALLDIN, S. 

Multiscale calibration and validation of a concep¬ 
tual rainfall-runoff model 

HSIOI GOMEZ-PLAZA, A.; CASTILLO, V.M.; 

HSA9.1-030 MARTINEZ-MENA, M. 

Hydrologic similarity: dimensionless similarity 
parameters obtained from KINEROS model 
HS102 CASTILLO, V.; MARTINEZ-MENA, M. 

HSA 9 . 1-031 An assessment of three models ability to repre¬ 
sent the rainfall-runoff relationships from semiar- 
id areas 

HS103 CHUBARENKO, I.P. 

HSA9.1-032 Field experiment in an effort of modelling 
HS104 GAVRILOV, A.G.; NEPRIMEROV, N.N.; LI, 
HSA9.1-033 L.; OVHCINNIKOV, M.N.; SHTANIN, A.V. 

Hydrodynamic methods for evaluation of field of 
saturation by the oil a stratum 

HSA9 Hydrology and applied mathematics 
.1 Process representation in hydrologi¬ 
cal models - can it be achieved? 11 

Convener: Gallart, F. 

Co-Convener(s): White, S.M. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 3 
Chairperson: White, S.M. 

Editors: White, S.M.; Gallart, F. 

Processes 

08:30 SLOAN, W. 

HSA9.1- A physics based storage-discharge function for 
012 modelling groundwater discharge 
08:45 SEIBERT, J.; BISHOP, K. 

HSA 9 . 1 - Groundwater dynaics in conceptual rainfall-runoff 
(113 models - looking for more realistic concepts 
09:00 MOORE, R.D.; HUTCHINSON, D. 

HSA 9 . 1 - Throughflow variability in a shallow forest soil on a 
014 glaciated hillslope: implications for modelling 
09:15 WHITAKER, A.C.; ALILA, Y.; CALVERT, P.; 
HSA9.1- TOEWS, D. 

015 Hydrological modelling to access the consequences 
of forest management scenarios on snow accumula¬ 
tion, melt, and peak flows in interior British Colum¬ 
bia 

09:30 SOPHOCLEOUS, M.A.; KOELLIKER, J.K.; 

HSA9.1- GOVINDARAJU, R.S.; BIRDIE, T.; 

016 RAMIREDDYGARI, S.R.; PERKINS, S.P. 

Integrated numerical modelling of the Rattlesnake 
Creek basin in Kansas, USA 


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09:45 GOMEZ-AMELIA, D.; SCHNABEL, S.; 

HSA91- CEBALLOS, A.; GALLART, F. 

017 Hydrological response of a small catchment in 
semiarid environments (SW, Spain) and model 
applications 

10:00 VIEUX, B.E.; CAPPELAERE, B.; PEUGEOT, C. 
HSA9.1- Influence of channel losses on spatially distributed 
018 rainfall-runoff simulation in a small endoreic catch¬ 
ment in the Sahel region, Niger, Africa 
10:15 BERTHIER, E.; ANDRIEU, H.; RAIMBAULT, G.; 
HSA9.1- CREUnN, J.D. 

020 A physically based approach of urban rainfall-runoff 
modelling 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Moore, R.D. 

Editors: White, S.M.; Gallart, F. 

Modelling issues 

11:00 SEIBERT, J.; BISHOP, K. 

HSA9.1- A genetic algorithm for multi-criteria calibration of 

021 conceptual rainfall-runoff models 

11:15 VIEUX, B.E.; LEDIMET, F.; ARMAND, D. 

HSA9.1- Inverse problem formualtion for spatially distributed 
022 river basin model calibration using the adjoint 
method 

11:30 MOREDA, F.; BAUWENS, W. 

HSA9.1- A conceptual 10 days water balance model with step 
023 wise parameter optimization 
11:45 MOLENAT, J.; DAVY, P.; GASCUEL-ODOUX, 
HSA9.1- C.; DURAND, P. 

024 Spectral and cross-spectral analysis of three hydro- 
logical systems 
12:00 MOUSSA, R. 

HSA9.1- On the use of the diffusive wave model to identify 
025 geomorphologic transfer function from digital 
elevation models 

12:15 KUO, W.-L.; STEENHUIS, T.S.; MCCULLOCH, 
HSA9.I- C.E.; MOHLER, C.L.; WEINSTEIN, D.; 

026 DEGLORIA, S.D.; SWANEY, D.; ZOLLWEG, J.A.; 
FRANKENBERGER, J.A. 

Scaling effects on runoff and moisture content in a 
GIS-based, variable-source-area hydrology model 
12:30 MAUSER, W. 

HSA9.1- The modelling of the water cycle within a GIS based 

027 SVAT-model framework 

12:45 DI GIAMMARCO, P.FRANCHINI, M.; 

HSA9.1- LAMBERTI, P. 

028 The construction of the rating curve in river cross 
sections by using level data and a parameterized 
formualtion of the De Saint Venant equations 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


Attend the Poster Sessions 

and the 

Exhibition 


HSBl Water resources research 

.1 Water resources of international 
river basins 

Convener: Savenije, H.H. 

Co-Convener(s): van der Zaag, P. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chairperson: N.N. 

09:00 MOSTERT, E. 

Perspectives on river basin management (Solicited 
Paper) 

09:30 THAMAE, L. 

Legal and institutional framework for the manage¬ 
ment of shared water resources in the SADC region 
09:50 TUMBARE, MJ. 

Equitable sharing of the water resources of the 
Zambezi river basin 

10:10 VAN DER ZAAG, P.; SAVENIJE, H.H.G. 

The management of EU and SADC river basins 
compared 

10:30 AERTS, J.C.J.H.; VAN DEURSEN, W.P.A.; 
KRIEK, M.; SCHEPEL, M. 

STREAM (Spatial Tools for River basins and 
Environment and Analysis of Management options): 
"The Ganges, Brahmaputra, Meghna river basin" 
10:50 VAN AST, J.A. 

Trends to interactive watermanagement: develop¬ 
ments in international management of river basins 
11:10 VAN DER VEEREN, R. 

Least cost emission reductions in transboundary river 
basins: the case of diffuse emissions of nutrients in 
the Rhine river basin 
11:30 TCHIJOVA,E. 

Seasonal fluctuations of evaporation from a water 
surface 

11:50 END OF SUB-SESSION 
12:00 Business Meetings 

HSBl Water resources research 

.2 Influence of environmental and 
antropogenic change on flood pro¬ 
cesses (co-sponsored by NH) - jrost- 
er Session 

Convener: Bloschl, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Burlando, P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS105 ADAR, E.M.; LARONE, J.B.; HATUKAI, P. 

The role of desert floods in spreading pollution 
along an Alluvial aquifer: the northern Negev 
desert, Israel 

HS106 ARNAEZ, J.; GARCIA-RUIZ, J.M.; 
MARTI-BONO, C.; WHITE, S.M.; MORENO, 
A.; BORDONABA, A.P. 

Forest and farmland abandoned catchments: a 
comparison of flood processes 
HS107 SADYKOV, D.; LEVCHENKO, I. 

Dynamic model of the non-outletted reservoir 
(DMROR) and progosis its level of change 


J/) 

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HSBl Water resources research 

.2 Influence of environmental and 
antropogenic change on flood pro¬ 
cesses (co-sponsored by NH) 

Convener: Bloschl, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Burlando, P. 

Friday, 24 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 5 
Chairperson: Bloschl, G. 

14:00 BLOSCHL, G. 

Introduction 
14:05 ROSSO, R. 

Modelling climate and man-induced effects for flood 
risk assessments: open problems and research per¬ 
spectives (Solicited Paper) 

14:35 ROALD, L.A.; NJOS, A. 

HYDRA - a Norwegian research programme on 
floods 

14:50 BEHR, O.; BLOSCHL, G.; PIOCK-ELLENA, U. 

A digital data base of catchment characteristics for 
assessing anthropogenic effects on flood processes 
15:05 COGNARD-PLANCQ, A.L.; MARC, V.; TRAVI, 
Y.; DIDON-LESCOT, J.F. 

Hydrology and forest: a modelling approach on the 
Mont Lozere (France) 

15:20 KATZENMAIER, D.; UHLENBROOK, S.; 
LEIBUNDGUT, CH.; BRONSTERT, A. 

Land-use changes influencing storm runoff genera¬ 
tion and the potential of decentralized flood retention 
measures to compensate for such changes - a survey 
15:35 ADAR, E.M.; LARONE, J.B.; HATUKAI, P. 

The role of desert floods in spreading pollution 
along an Alluvial aquifer: the northern Negev desert, 

15:38 ARNAEZ, J.; GARCIA-RUIZ, J.M.; 

MARTI-BONO, C.; WHITE, S.M.; MORENO, A.; 
BORDONABA, A.P. 

Forest and farmland abandoned catchments: a 
comparison of flood processes (Poster) 

15:41 SADYKOV, D.; LEVCHENKO, 1. 

Dynamic model of the non-outletted reservoir 
(DMROR) and progosis its level of change (Poster) 
15:44 BREAK 

Chairperson: Burlando, P. 

16:00 GOTTSCHALK, L.; SAELTHUN, N.-R.; 
KRASOVSKAIA, 1. 

Risk of flooding and probability of extreme floods 
(Solicited Paper) 

16:30 OSTROWSKI, M.W.; LEICHTFUSS, A. 

Human impacts on the formation of flash floods and 
measures for their compensation 
16:45 BURTON, A.; O’CONNELL, P.E. 

Sensitivity analysis of the frequency of flood events 
to landuse change * 

17:00 ORLANDINI, S.; DALL’AGATA, L.; BRATH, A. 
On the impact of flood-control reservoirs on hydro- 
logic risk 

17:15 ADLER, M.-J.; BUTA, C. 

Influence of the environmental and antropogenic 
change on flood processes of the inferior sector of 
the Danubian River 


17:30 PECKHAM, S.D. 

Flow routing in large river basins 
17:45 Discussion 
18:00 END OF SESSION 

HSBl Water resources research 

.3 Remote sensing and GIS in hydrol¬ 
ogy - Poster Session 

Convener: Baret, F. 

Co-Convener(s): Estrela, T.; Stips, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 ■ 19:00 

Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS108 ERREA, M.P.; GONZALEZ, C.; GARCIA- 
RUIZ, J.M.; WHITE, S.M. 

Assessment of soil humidity and sediment sourc¬ 
es in small catchments using GIS 
HS109 BOEGH, E.; SOEGAARD, H. 

Estimation of transpiration from sparse vegeta¬ 
tion 

HSllO CAMPLING, P.; GOBIN, A.; EERENS, H.; 
FEYEN, J. 

Landsat TM as a tool for mapping the land cover 
of a humid tropical catchment 
HS 111 FIORUCCI, P.; MINCIARDI, R.; LA 
BARBERA, P.; LANZA, L. 

On the use of the multisensor data for recon¬ 
struction of the rainfall field oat different scales 
HS112 RUMYANTSEV, V.; GRIBIN, S.; 
BALACHEVTSEV, M. 

GIS of water objects of Karelian Isthmus 
(north-west of Russia) 


HSBl Water resources research 

.3 Remote sensing and GIS in hydrol¬ 
ogy 

Convener: Baret, F. 

Co-Convener(s): Estrela, T.; Stips, A. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 5 
Chairperson: Baret, F. 

Remote sensing 


08:30 SCHMUGGE, T.; KUSTAS, W.P. 

The use of multi-layer remotely sensed data for 
estimating surface heat fluxes 
08:45 LOBO, A. 

Temporal series of AVHRR-NDVI imagery of 
Iberia; hydrological significate 
09:00 ESTRELA, T.; ALVAREZ, J. 

Calculation of P.E.T. in Spain using geographical 
information systems 
09:15 RUIZ, J.M. 

Distribution hydrological modelling in a large basin 
using a raster type GIS 
09:30 TROUFLEAU, D.; SOGAARD, H. 

Combining satellite, ground-based and assimilated 
data for estimating regional land surface evaporation 
09:45 HESSLING, M. 

Distributed modelling using different routing algo¬ 
rithms and validation against remotely sensed data 


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10:00 MACELLONI, G.; PALOSCIA, S.; PAMPALONI, 
P.; SIGISMONDI, S. 

Estimating hydrological parameters with 
multifrequency SAR data 
10:15 ANDA, A. 

Problems at soil borne remote sensing use under 
Hungarian changeable weather 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Estrela, T. 

GIS 

11:00 BARRETT, E.C.; BEAUMONT, M.; TODD, M.C.; 
BROWN, P.A.; TABERNER, MJ.; LA BARBERA, 
P.; LANZA, L.G. 

A unified rainfall climatology of the Mediterranean 
obtained by satellite and surface data 
11:15 ROTT, H.; BAUMGARTNER, M.; FERGUSON, R.; 
JOHANSSON, B.; PIRKER, 0.; QUEGAN, S.; 
WRIGHT, G. 

The HYDALP project: towards operational remote 
sensing applications in snow hydrology 
11:30 BRAZIER, R.E.; ROWAN, J.S.; QUINN, P. 

The use of a national GIS database for soil erosion 
modelling in the U.K. using a minimum information 
requirement approach 
11:45 WEGEHENKEL, M.; STEIDL, J. 

Results of the GIS based conceptual hydrolocic 
model ARC-EGMO in comparison with the grid 
based fully distributed deterministic hydrologic 
model MIKE-SHE 

12:00 CAMPLING, P.; GOBIN, A.; DECKERS, J.; 
FEYEN, J. 

Deriving pedo-hydrological characteristics of a 
humid, tropical catchment (south eastern Nigeria) by 
soil-landscape modelling 

12:15 CHERNOOK, V.L; MELENTYEV, V.V.; 
PLUSHYEV, V.A.; VOSTROV, E.A.; SHUBINA, 
M.A. 

Water resources of the Russian Arctic onshores 
(river mouths and permafrost): experience of X, L, 
P, VHF SAR-diagnostic 
12:30 BELZ, S.; VOGT, T.; BELDJOUDI, L. 

Determination of runoff parameters in northern 
Algeria using remote sensing data and GIS 
12:45 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSBl Water resources research 

.4 Influence of landuse and moisture 
feedback on continental rainfall 

Convener: Savenije, H.H. 

Co-Convener(s): Bronstert, A.; Ulbrich, U. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chairperson: Molders, N. 

14:00 XUE, Y.; OKI, T. 

Biosphere feedback on rainfall and runoff in tropical 
North Africa (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 ELTAHIR, E.A.B. 

The feedback between soil moisture conditions and 
rainfall processes 


14:45 ENTEKHABI, D. 

Continental precipitation recycling and variability of 
large scale water balance with land-atmosphere 
interaction 

15:00 HECK, P.; LUTHI, D.; SCHAR, C. 

The influence of vegetation on moisture feedback 
mechanisms and summertime rainfall in a regional 
climate model 

15:15 CLARK, D.B.; XUE, Y.; HARDING, R.J.; 
VALDES, P.J. 

Impact of land surface degradation on climate in 
tropical North Africa 
15:30 MOLDERS, N. 

Comparison of the rainfall and evapotranspiration 
predicted for a landscape of 1930, 1986 and different 
opencast mining succession landscapes 
15:45 DE GROEN, M.M. 

A calibrated threshold-value of the precipitable water 
compared to energy conditions in the atmosphere 
16:00 TAYLOR, C.M. 

Convective scale rainfall presistence in the Sahel 
16:15 DE RIDDER, K. 

The impact of surface evaporative fraction on the 
potential for convective precipitation 
16:30 RAGETTE, G. 

The evaporation of rain and snowfall in the subcloud 
layer 

16:45 END OF SUB-SESSION 

HSB2 Water resources engineering and 
management 
.1 Water scarcity 

Convener: Savenije, H.H. 

Co-Convener(s): Bruen, M. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 5 
Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 APPELGREN, B.; KLOHN, W. 

Management of water scarcity: a focus on social and 
economic options (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 ROCHSTROM,J. 

On-farm green water estimates as a tool for in¬ 
creased food production in water scarce regions 
11:45 ROMASCHENKO, M.L; ZHOVTONOG, 0.1. 

Methods of optimal irrigation management under the 
conditions of deficiency of water and power resourc¬ 
es in the Ukraine 

12:00 TAPIAS, J.; SALGOT, M.; CASAS, A. 

Determination of the maximum irrigation efficiency 
of golf courses in semi-arid Mediterranean climate 
12:15 GUSBERS, P.J.A. 

Libya’s choices: desalination or the great man-made 
river project 

12:30 BELOUSOVA, A.P. 

Risks and hazard assessment of changing groundwa¬ 
ter ecological state 

12:45 PAPAIOANNOU, G.; MARKOPOULOS, P.; 
KERKIDES, P. 

Short drought predictors for agricultural risks 
13:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


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HSB2 Water resources engineering and 
management 

.2 Sustainable development of water¬ 
sheds and river processes 

Convener: Habersack, H.M. 

Co-Convener(s): de Groen, M. 

Thursday, 23 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 5 
Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 HABERSACK, H. 

Sustainable and ecologically sound development of 
watersheds and river processes (Solicited Paper) 
14:30 ERGENZINGER, P. 

Requirements for the sustainable development of 
mountain torrents 
14:45 FERGUS, T.; BERG, G. 

The morphological and hydrological impacts of 
gravel-mining in the Bovri, Norway 
15:00 MAURER, M. 

The effects of inaccurate input parameters on sedi¬ 
ment transport calculations 
15:15 PONCE-ALVAREZ, M.T. 

Impact of reservoirs in river sediment transport 
regime - a case study in Tagus river basin 
15:30 KRZYK, M. 

Mathematical modelling of suspended load in Ptuj 
lake 

15:45 SAENGER, N.; LENK, M.; TRABING, K. 

The passage of river- and groundwater through a 
riffle 

16:00 MONTENEGRO, H.; HOLFELDER, T. 

Assessment of embankment removal effects on 
groundwater dynamics in an Elbe River floodplain 
16:15 DUNBAR, M.J.; ACREMAN, M.; ELLIOTT, C. 
River flow objectives: abstract concept or practical 
tool? 

16:30 LECOMTE, V.; LE BISSONNAIS, Y. 

Pesticides transfer by runoff and erosion from field 
to agricultural catchment 

16:45 PIEGAY, H.; THEVENET, A.; CITTERIO, A. 

Distribution of large woody debris along a mountain 
river continuum, the Drome river, France 
17:00 KERSEBAUM, K.C.; EULENSTEIN, F.; 
SCHINDLER, U. 

Simulation of nitrate pollution from agricultural used 
land in a small river catchment of north-east Germa¬ 
ny 

17:15 MAKHMUDOV, E.DJ.; SHERFETDINOV, L.Z. 

Criteria of technogen transforming of river flow 
17:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


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HSB2 Water resources engineering and 
management 

.2 Sustainable development of water¬ 
sheds and river processes - Poster 
Session 

Convener; Habersack, H.M. 

Co-Convener(s): de Groen, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS113 HELMS, M.; LEIBUNDGUT, CH. 

Time series analysis of discharges of the Saone 
river 

HS 114 AREFJEV, N.; KONONOVA, M.; SAL O. 

Sustainable management of a river with a cas¬ 
cade system of hydro-power plants 

HSB2 Water resources engineering and 
management 

.3 Groundwater systems and manage¬ 
ment 

Convener: Kholghi, M.K. 

Co-Convener(s): Candela, L. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 2 
Chairperson: N.N. 

09:00 KROM, T.D.; ROSBJERG, D. 

Optimization and decision analysis of remediation 
design 

09:20 CAPILLA, J.E.; PAREDES, J.; ANDREU, J.; 
SAHUQUILLO, A. 

Improvement of performance indicators due to 
conjunctive use of surface and groundwater in 
complex water resources systems 
09:40 STEIDL, J.; MERZ, CH.; DANNOWSKI, R. 

GIS based hydrogeological data models for ground- 
water modelling in mesoscale pleistocene water 
catchment 

10:00 ROKHINSON, E.E. 

Magnetic treatment of salt and ground water 
10:20 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSB2 Water resources engineering and 
management 

.3 Groundwater i^stems and manage¬ 
ment - Poster Session 

Convener: Kholghi, M.K. 

Co-Convener(s): Candela, L. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS115 FERNANDEZ-TURIEL, J.L.; GALINDO, G.; 

FERNANDEZ-CIRELLI, A.; ANTICH, N.; 
HERRERO, A.; LLORENS, J.F. 

Development of control and decision systems 
applied to the management of complex hydrolog¬ 
ical resources 


156 




HS116 FERNANDEZ-TURIEL, J.L.; LLORENS, J.F.; 
ANTICH, N.; ROIG, A.; LOBO, A. 

Application of non-conventional hydrochemical 
parameters determined by ICP-MS to groundwa¬ 
ter management of the aquifers of the Llobregat 
river 

HS117 LOPEZ-VERA, F.; GOMEZ-ARTOLA, C.; 
FERNANDEZ-TURIEL, J.L.; ANTICH, N.; 
MORELL, I. 

Groundwater mixtures due to pumping in the 
detrital tertiary aquifer of Madrid 
HS119 KOMATINA, M.; KOMATINA, S. 

Karst groundwater management and protection 

HSCl l^ecial hydrological symposia 

.1 The French National Programme in 
Hydrology 

Convener: Vauclin, M. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: HERMES 
Chairperson: Ackerer, S. 

08:45 VAUCLIN, M. 

Brief presentation and goals of the French National 
Programme in Hydrology 
09:00 BEVEN, K. 

On uniqueness of place in hydrological modelling 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:30 AMANI, A.; GUILLOT, G.; LEBEL, T.; CREUTIN, 
J.-D. 

Rainfall statistics at small time steps in the Sahel: a 
preliminary investigation into the validation of a 
desaggregation model 

09:45 CAPPELAERE, B.; MAIA, A.; PEUGEOT, C.; 
VIEUX, B.; COLAS, E. 

Compared sensitivity analyses of a fully-distributed 
and of a semi-distributed hydrological model for a 
Sahelian watershed 

10:00 SAULNIER, G.M.; DATIN, R.; OBLED, CH. 

Dynamic drainage area and spatially variable precipi¬ 
tation inputs within the TOPMODEL framework 
10:15 HABETS, F.; ARTINIAN, E.; ETCHEVERS, P.; 
GOLAZ, C.; LACARRERE, P.; LEBLOIS, E.; 
LEDOUX, E.; MARTIN, E.; NOILHAN, J.; 
OTTLE, C.; VIDAL MADJAR, D. 

Hydrological study of the Rhone basin 
10:30 ETCHEVERS, P.; HABETS, F.; MARTIN, E.; 
NOILHAN, J.; ET AL 
Hydrological modelling of Rhone basin 
10:45 THIELEN, J.; CREUTIN, J.D. 

Simulation of convective rainfall over urban area 
11:00 BESSEMOULIN, P.; BRAUD, I.; CALVET, J.C.; 
HAVERKAMP, R.; KERGOAT, L.; LAURENT, 
J.P.; MORDELET, P.; NOILHAN, J.; ROUJEAN, 
J.L.; THONY, J.L.; TOSCA, C.; VIGNES, D. 
MUREX: a long term field programme dedicated to 
the measurement and modelling of the hydrological 
balance at a fallow site in south west France 
11:15 MORDELET, P.; TOSCA, C.; VIGNES, D.; 
KERGOAT, L.; CALVET, J.-C. 

Vegetation dynamics and the water and carbon 
dioxide fluxes 


11:30 BRAUD, L; CHANZY, A.; BARET, F.; CALVET, 
J.C.; GONZALEZ, E.; KING, C.; PREVOT, L.; 
OLIOSO, A.; OTTLE, C.; TACONET, O.; THONY, 
J.L.; WIGNERON, J.P. 

Assimilation of remote sensing data in SVAT 
models: description of the Alpilles experiment and 
first results 
11:45 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 


14:00 FRANCOIS, C.; OTTLE, C.; TACONET, O. 

Coupling SVAT model with multispectral radiative 
transfer models into the Canopy, first results with 
the alpilles experiment 

14:15 VOLTZ, M.; LENNARTZ, B.; LOUCHART, X.; 
ANDRIEUX, P. 

Transport of herbicides in runoff water in a farmed 
Mediterranean catchment 
14:30 GERMANN, P. 

Dissipation of momentum during flow in field soils 
14:45 LAURENT, J.P.; AUZET, A.V.; CHANZY, A.; 
PEREIRA DOS SANTOS, L.; SANCHEZ-PEREZ, 
J.M. 

Tests of a new TDR-method to measure soil water 
content profiles 

15:00 AHMADI, A.; CHERBLANC, F.; QUINTARD, M. 
Upscaling dispersion in heterogeneous media: 
non-equilibrium models 

15:15 STOECKEL, M.E.; POULARD, C.; MOSE, R.; 
ACKERER, P. 

Transport parameter identification: aaplication of the 
Sentinel Method 

15:30 LABAT, D.; ABABOU, R.; MANGIN, A. 

Study of non linearities in karstic systems using 
wavelet transform and multiresolution analysis 
15:45 LOUBET, M.; COUDRAIN-RIBSTEIN, A.; 
POUYAUD, B.; DUPRE, B.; MARTINEZ, J. 
Origin of salty waters from Bolivian Altiplano: 
contribution of the SR isotopic data and geochemis¬ 
try 

16:00 COUDRAIN-RIBSTEIN, A.; PRATX, B.; TALBI, 
A.; JUSSERAND, C. 

Is the evaporation from phreatic aquifers in arid zone 
independetn of the soil characteristics? 

16:15 MOLENAT, J.; GRUAU, G.; GASCUEL-ODOUX, 
C.; DAVY, P.; CURMI, P.; DIA, A.; DURAND, P.; 
GRIMALDI, C.; MEROT, P.; RIOU, C. 

Combined use of hydrological and hydrochemical 
data to model the role of the water table in nitrate 
transfer 

16:30 PETELET, E.; LUCK, J.-M.; BEN OTHMAN, D.; 
JOSEPH, C.; VASSEUR, G. 

Geochemical contribtuion to mesoscale water paths: 
major, trace elements and Sr isotopes applied to the 
Peyne watershed (Herault, France) 

16:45 OBERLIN, G.; PNRH TEAMS 

Renewal and development of the hydrological 
regime representations: concept, variates, models, 
maps 

17:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


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Chairperson: Beven, K. 


157 




HSCl Special hydrological symposia 

.1 The French National Programme in 
Hydrology - Poster Session 

Convener: Vauclin, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 
Chairperson: Germann, P.F. 

HS121 FOUCHE-ROGUIEZ, S.; NAJJAR, G.; 
BRAUD, I.; AMBROISE, B. 

Modelling the surface processes in middle moun¬ 
tain conditions: comparison and sensitivity 
studies 

HS122 GONZALEZ-SOSA, E.; BRAUD, I.; 
VAUCLIN, M.; BESSEMOULIN, P. 

Modelling the influence of a mulch on the water 
and energy budget of a fallow land 
HS 123 DUROT, K.; OBLED, CH.; SAULNIER, G.M.; 
MARTIN, E. 

Coupling of a hydrologic physical based model 
(TOPMODEL) with a snowmelt routine 
(SAFRAN-CROCUS) for discharges simulation 
of a French Alpine catchment 
HS124 AUZET, A.V.; ANDRIEUX, P.; 
ANGULO-JARAMILLO, R.; BARIAC, T.; 
BOULEGUE, J.; BRESSON, L.-M.; DARBOUX, 
F.; ESTEVES, M.; KIRKBY, M.J.; LE 
BISSONNAIS, Y.; LECOMTE, V.; LUDWIG, 
B.; GASCUEL-ODOUX, C.; PLANCHON, O.; 
POT, V.; RENAUX, B. 

Dynamic hydrology of the soil surface 
HS125 ESTEVES, M.; PLANCHON, O. 

Effects of soil microtopography on overland flow 
and infiltration in cultivated plots 
HS126 ZAMMIT, C.; BOURAOUI, F.; HAVERKAMP, 
R.; GONZALEZ-SOUSA, E.; ANGULO 
JARAMILLO, R. 

A physically-based approach for estimating water 
retention curve shape parameter 
HS127 ORMOND, A.; ORTOLEVA. P. 

The numerical modelling of the instability of 
infiltration in a rock with heterogeneous texture 
HS128 COMPERE, F.; POREL, G.; DELAY, F.; 
RAZACK, M. 

Transport and retention of clay particles in fine 
porous medium: experimental and theoretical 
approach 

HS129 BEREST, P.; HULIN, J.P.; RAKOTOMALALA, 
N.; SALIN, D. 

Experimental and numerical study of miscible 
fluid displacements in porous media with large 
heterogeneities 

HS130 JELLALI, S.; COME, J.M.; OTT, C.; 

RAZAKARISOA, O.; VAN DORPE, F.; 
ZILLIOX, L. 

Large scale experiment on controlled aquifer 
pollution by trichlorethylene 

HS131 SCHAFER, G.; LE THIEZ, P.; QUINTARD, 
M.; RAZAKARISOA, O. 

Numerical simulation of the migration of tri¬ 
chlorethylene in a large scale basin 
HS132 FAILLAT, J.P.; SOMLETTE, L. 

Variability of nitrate in fissure groundwater and 
constraint factors (geological, redox, hydrody¬ 
namic) 


HS133 ROULIER, S.; ANGULO-JARAMILLO, R.; 

GAUDET, J.P.; AUZET, A.V.; LADOUCHE, B.; 
BARBIAC, TH. 

Field measurement of solute transport properties 
of soil using a tension disc infiltrometer and '*0 
HS134 BARIAC, T.; ROCHE, C.; CAYET, S.; 
SURUGUE, M. 

Isotopic composition pf water from terrestrial 
plants: implications for water sources and water 
vapor 

HS135 ROCHE, C.; BARIAC, T.; BRUNET, Y.; 
BERBIGIER, P.; RICHARD, P.; BONNEFOND, 
J.M.; BARDOUX, G.; LADOUCHE, B.; MIL¬ 
LET, A. 

Monitoring isotopic exchange within a forest 
stand: relationships between H20 and COj isoto¬ 
pic signatures 

HS136 CAYET, A.; BARIAC, T.; RICHARD, P. 

Water uptake by plants in different environmen¬ 
tal conditions 

HS137 LADOUCHE, B.; BIRON, PH.; NAJJAR, G.; 
MILLET, A.; HUON, S.; RICHARD, P.; 
BARIAC, T. 

The contribution of evapotranspiration to the 
enrichment of '*0 and ^H in the water vapor 
under natural conditions 

HS138 SANCHEZ-PEREZ, J.M.; BARIAC, T.; 
LUCOT, E.; AUZET, A.V. 

Water movement from soil to root investigated 
through simultaneous measurement: soil water 
potential, root distribution and hydrological 
trdccrs 

HS139 MADE, B.; COUDRAIN-RIBSTEIN, A.; 
SONDAG, F.; QUINTANILLA, J. 
Characterization of waters from Bolivian 
Altiplano: geochemical modelling approach 
HS 140 PHILIPPE, C.; JOUNIAUX, L.; POZZI, J.-P. 

Electrokinetic monitoring of water flow in low 
consolidated medium 
HS141 ZAKRI, T.; LAURENT, J.P. 

Comparison of mixing-laws models on soils TDR 
measurements data 

HS 142 THONY, J.L.; MORAT, P.; VACHAUD, G.; LE 
MOUEL, J.L. 

Fields characterization of the relationship be¬ 
tween electric field and soil water flux in Vadose 
zone 

HSCl l^ecial hydrological symposia 

.2 Dryland degradation in the Medi¬ 
terranean: threat, processes and 
mitigation 

Convener: Bathurst, J.C. 

Co-Convener(s): Quaranta, G. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chairperson: Bathurst, J.C. 

09:00 SOLARI, P.; SICCARDI, F. 

Fires, soil degradation and erosion in small Mediter¬ 
ranean river basins 


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09:15 VALERO-GARCES, B.; DELGADO-HUERTAS, 
A.; NAVAS, A.; MACHIN, J.; KELTS, K. 

Late Holocene climate change and human impact in 
the semiarid Ebro basin reconstracted from 
Lacustrine records 

09:30 MARTINEZ-MENA, M.; CASTILLO, V.; 
ALBALADEJO, J. 

Hydrologic and sediment responses to natural rainfall 
in a degraded semiarid area of southeast Spain 
09:45 RIES, J.B.; HIRT, U. 

Soil surface sealing on abandoned fields in the 
semi-arid Meditenranean - a process oriented study 
on land degradation using thin sections up to 
large-scale aerial photographs 
10:00 CRESCIMANNO, G.; PROVENZANO, G. 

Hydrological processes affecting land degradation in 
the Mediterranean environment * 

10:15 DIAZ, E.; IBANEZ, M.A.; CASTILLO, V.; 
ALBALADEJO, J. 

Soil rehabilitation with organic amendment: effect on 
soil structure and moisture content (Poster) 

10:20 BREAK 

Chairperson: Quaranta, G. 

11:00 KIRKBY, M.J.; MCMAHON, M.L. 

A dead-zone model for flow over rough hillslopes 
11:15 GELABERT, M.A.; GARCIA-HARO, F.J.; 
YOUNIS, M.T.; MELIA, J. 

Mixture modelling methods to assess vegetation 
multitemporal changes in Guadalentin basin 
(Medalus-ni pilot area, SE Spain) (Poster) 

11:20 YOUNIS, M.T.; GILABERT, M.A.; GARCIA- 
HARO, FJ.; MELIA, J. 

Vegetation multitemporal variation using ND VI from 
Landsat-TM images in a Medalus-III pilot area 
(Guadalentin Basin, SE Spain) (Poster) 

11:25 MIZARA, A. 

The use of mixture models in land degradation 
parameter estimation for surface modelling (Poster) 
11:30 QUARANTA, G.; CASIERI, A.; MAROTTA, G. 
Agro-environmental measures and soil conservation: 
results in some agricultural Italian areas 
11:45 FERRARA, A.; QUARANTA, G. 

Evaluation, at mxonicipality level, of the effects of 
different economical issues on the environmental 
sensitivity of Mediterranean areas by integrated use 
of ecological and economical data: a methodological 
proposal 

12:00 BATHURST, J.C.; LENG, X.; MULCAHY, C.; 
SHEFFIELD, J. 

Decision support system for the Agri basin, Italy 
12:15 Concluding Remarks 
12:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


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HSCl l^ecial hydrological symposia 

.2 Dryland degradation in the Medi¬ 
terranean: threat, processes and 
mitigation - Poster Session 

Convener: Bathurst, J.C. 

Co-Convener(s): Quaranta, G. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

HS143 DIAZ, E.; IBANEZ, M.A.; CASTILLO, V.; 
ALBALADEJO,!. 

Soil rehabilitation with organic amendment: 
effect on soil structure and moisture content 
HS144 GILABERT, M.A.; GARCIA-HARO, F.J.; 
YOUNIS, M.T.; MELIA, J. 

Mixture modelling methods to assess vegetation 
multitemporal changes in Guadalentin basin 
(Medalus-III pilot area, SE Spain) 

HS145 YOUNIS, M.T.; GILABERT, M.A.; GARCIA- 
HARO, F.J.; MELIA, J. 

Vegetation multitemporal variation using NDVI 
from Landsat-TM images in a Medalus-III pilot 
area (Guadalentin Basin, SE Spain) 

HS146 MIZARA, A. 

The use of mixture models in land degradation 
parameter estimation for surface modelling 

HSCl i^ecial hydrological symposia 

.J Fire: impact on hydrology, sedi¬ 
ment yield and ecosystems of Medi¬ 
terranean lands 

Convener: Moreno, J.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Rambal, S. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 
Chaiipersons: Moreno, J.M.; Rambal, S. 

14:00 PEREZ, B.; MORENO, J.M. 

Spatial patterns of fuel and heat liberation during fire 
in a Cytisus shrubland in Sierra de Gredos, Spain 
14:15 CRUZ, A.; ZUAZUA, E.; LUNA, B.; 
FERNANDEZ, F.; MORENO, J.M. 

Effect of seasonality on fire characteristics and 
postfire plant dynamics in a Mediterranean shrubland 
in central Spain 

14:30 VIEDMA, O.; MELIA, J. 

Effects of topographic constraints on regeneration 
processes after fire 

14:45 VINE, P.; PUECH, C.; GRESILLON, J.-M. 

Mapping vegetation regrowth by remote sensing to 
interpret the hydrological impact of fire 
15:00 VIEDMA, O.; FERRAN,A.; DUGUY, B.; 
VALLEJO, R.; GONZALEZ, J.; MELIA, J. 

Analysis of spectral-biophysical relationships in 
garrigue ecosystems 

15:15 LLOVET, J.; BAUTISTA, S.; GIOVANARDI, F.; 
VALLEJO, V.R. 

Sediment production in burned catchments of eastern 
Spain 

15:30 GOMEZ-PLAZA, A.; CASTILLO, V.M.; 
ALBALADEJO, J. 

The effects of fire on hydrological response on 
smiarid Mediterranean small catchments 


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15:45 LAVABRE, J.; ARNAUD, P.; FOLTON, N.; 
MICHEL, C. 

Hydrological response of a little Mediterranean basin 

flows after fire _ 

16:00 MOUILLOT, F.; RAMBAL, S.; RATTE, J.-P.; 
LAVORAL, S. 

A generic process-based simulationmodel for fire- 
prone Mediterranean landscapes 
16:15 Concluding Remarks 
16:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSCl Special hydrological symposia 

.4 Sources and transfer of water and 
sediment in Mediterranean river 
basins - Poster Session 

Convener: Sala, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Inbar, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 12:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 2 - HS 

Co-sponsored by: IGU Commission on Land Degradation 
and Desertification 

HS147 MUALEM, Y., ASSOULINE, S. 

Variability of soil properties and its infiltration 
effect in scaling soil * 

HS148 INBAR, M. 

Recent man-made changes in the flow regime of 
the Mediterranean watersheds of Israel 
HS149 GAILLOT, S.; PIEGAY, H. 

Impact of gravel-mining and land-use changes on 
stream channel and coastal sediment supply. 
Example of the Calvi Bay in Corsica (France) 
HS150 BATALLA, R.J.; SALA, M. 

Changes on sediment and dissolved load after 
wildland fire in a Mediterranean river basin 
HS151 LASANTA, T.; GARCIA-RUIZ, J.M. 

Land-uses as different sources of solutes in 
Mediterranean mountain areas: an example from 
the central Spanish Pyrenees 
HS152 ORTIGOSA, L.; GARCIA-RUIZ, J.M. 

Soil erosion and rehabilitation after reforestation 


HSCl Special hydrological symposia 

.4 Sources and transfer of water and 
sediment in Mediterranean river 
basins 

Convener: Sala, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Inbar, M. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: MYKONOS 

Co-sponsored by: IGU Commission on Land Degradation 
and Desertification 
Chairperson: Batalla, R.J. 

09:00 SALLES, C.; POESEN, J. 

Drop size distribution from simulated rain masured 
with an optical spectro pluviometer 
09:20 MARC, V.; DIDON-LESCOT, J.F.; COUREN, M.; 
CHABANNA, J. 

Tracing investigation of the hydrological processes 
in a small Mediterranean forested catchment during 
an autumn recharge 


09:40 KONDOLF, M.G. 

Changing sediment budgets in Mediterranean-climate 
rivers of California, USA 
10:00 BARTOLINI, C. 

Present versus long term sediment yield to the 
Adriatic Sea 
10:20 BREAK 

Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 LARONNE, J.B.; SEYDELL, I.; ROZIN, U. 

Quantifying the effect of historic land use change on 
sediment yield in the Ruhama basin, NW Negev, 
Israel 

11:20 BATALLA, R.J.; SALA, M. 

Sediment transfer during extreme floods: an example 
from the Aras torrent, Spain 
11:40 ANDRIEUX, P.; LOUCHART, X.; VOLTZ, M. 
Effect of agricultural practices on runoff and erosion 
in vineyard fields in a Mediterranean climate 
12:00 FITZJOHN, C.; TERNAN, J.L.; 

PEREZ-GONZALEZ, A.; WILLIAMS, A.G. 
Temporal and spatial continuity of hydrological 
pathways within a semi-arid gully catchment. The 
role of soil moisture variability 
12:20 Concluding Remarks 
12:40 END OF SUB-SESSION 


HSCl Special hydrological symposia 

.5 Catchment management in the 
Mediterranean for efficient water 
use 

Convener: Estrela, T. 

Co-Convener(s): Jamieson, D. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 3 
Chairperson: Estrela, T. 

08:30 LLASAT, M.-C.; SANCHEZ-DIEZMA, R.; 
SEMPERE TORRES, D.; VIDE, J.P.M. 

Analysis of the rainfall variability based on the EPA 
and radar data and the runnof effect in a catchment 
area 

08:45 VAN WESEMAEL, B.; POESEN, J.; MULLIGAN, 
M. 

Hydrological changes caused by expansion of 
almond mono-cultures in the uplands of south east 
Spain 

09:00 GARCIA-RUIZ, J.M.; LASANTA, T. 

Improving water resources by means of land man¬ 
agement: experiments in mountain areas 
09:15 SAHUQUILLO, A.; ANDREU, J.; CAPILLA, J. 
Advantages and possibilities for alternative conjunc¬ 
tive use as used in some Spanish basins 
09:30 ACREMAN, M.; DUNBAR, M.; GUSTARD, A. 

Guidelines for the sustainable management of 
groundwater fed catchments 
09:45 MENENDEZ, M. 

An assessment of late flash floods events in Spain 
■ 10:00 KRINNER, W.; LALLANA, C.; RODRIGUEZ, J.; 
ESTRELA, T. 

Sustainable water use in Europe 
10:15 ESTRELA, T. 

Concluding remarks 
10:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


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Oceans and Atmosphere 


OAl The thermohaline circulation I 

Convener: Colin de Verdiere, A. 
Co-Convener(s): Schott, F. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: CALLIOPE 
Chairperson: Colin de Verdiere, A 


15:30 JOHNS, W.; MURRAY, S.; SOFIANOS, S. 

Atmospherically-forced exchange through the strait 
of Bab El Mandeb 

15:45 MURRAY, S.P.; JOHNS, W. 

ADCP-based observations of the seasonal cycle of 
^^5^Port^7*rough the Bab El Mandap Strait, 

16:00 END OF PART I 

OAl The thermohaline circulation II 


Mid-latitude circulations 


11:00 SCHMITT, R.W.; TOOLE, J.M.; POLZIN, K.L.; 
ledv^ell, j.r. 

Large-scale patterns of turbulent vertical mixing in 
the Brazil basin: implications for the Abyssal circu¬ 
lation (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 WEATHERLY, G.; BOM, Y.Y., KONTAR, E. 

North Atlantic deep water Deep Western 
Boundary Current in the mid-Brazil basin inferred 
rrom moored current meter observations 
11:45 BUTZIN, M.; SULTENFUSS, J.; ROETHER, W. 
Tracer studies inthe subtropical gyre of the South 
Atlantic 

12:00 OLLITRAULT, M. 

The AAIW general circulation in the Brazil basin 
and equatorial Atlantic 

12:15 PUTZKA, A.; ROETHER, W.; ROSE, H. 

Tracer studies in the South Atlantic Antarctic inter¬ 
mediate water 


12:30 MCCARTNEY, M.S.: DONOHUE, K.A 

in .c in the subpolar North Atlantic 

12:45 BOWER, A.S.; HUNT, H.D. 

The Gulf Stream - deep western boundaiy current 
cross-over: results from float observations 
13:00 LUNCH 


Chairperson: Schott, F. 


Equatorial circulatinnc 

14:00 MERCIER, H.; LUX, M.; ARHAN, M. 

^terhemispheric exchanges of mass in the Atlanti< 
Ocean (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 KARSTENSEN, J.; DENGLER, M.; QUADFASEL 

"Pi*® formation of the Indian equatorial water 
14:45 ANDRIE, C.; BOURLES, B.; GOURIOU Y' 
OUDOT, C.; TERNON, J.F. ’ ' 

Changes of deep circulation in the western equatorial 
Atlantic inferred from tracer and current measure¬ 
ments (1993-1996) 

Regional studies 


15:00 AMBAR, I.; DIAST, J.; SERRA, N.; GIBBS, M • 
DIAZ DEL RIO, G. 

Observations of the Mediterranean undercurrent 
along the continental slope off Portugal 
15:15 JOHANNESSEN, T.; JANSEN, E.; ANDERSON 
FALCK, E.; HANSEN, M.; 
SKJELVAN, I.; MESSIAS, M.; ESOP2 SCIENTIF¬ 
IC TEAM 

The Greenland Sea experiment 


Convener: Colin de Verdiere, A. 
Co-Convener(s): Schott, F. 
Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CALLIOPE 
Chairperson: Schott, F. 


Interdecadal variability 


09:30 


09:00 MCCARTNEY, M.S. 

The North Atlantic atmosphere - ocean oscillation: 
observations of the ocean’s participation in a slowly 
varying climate (Solicited Paper) 

KEEN, A.B. 

The reponse of the thermohaline circulation in the 
Hadley Centre coupled model to increasing levels of 
atmospheric COj 

09:45 LOHMANN, G.; VOSS, R.; MIKOLAJEWICZ, U. 
"^e freshwater forcing of the thermohaline circula¬ 
tion: analysis of a coupled GCM 
10:00 SCHMITTNER, A.; STOCPCER, T.F. 

The stability of the thermohaline circulation in 
global warming experiments 

G.K.; COLIN DE 

VERDIERE, A. 

Internal decadal modes of the thermohaline circula¬ 
tion: robustness to high resolution, realistic forcing 
and topography 

10:30 SOKOV, A.V.; DOBROLIUBOV S A • 
TERESCHENKOV, V.P. 

Interdecadal variability of the North Atlantic 
thermohaline structure and circulation: comparison of 
Russian WOCE-97 and the historical data 
10:45 ZAVIALOV, P.; WAINER, L; ABSY, J 

"Global change" at the Brazil-Malvinas’ confluence- 
low frequency variability revealed from historical 
data 


General circulation modelling 
11:00 BONING, C. 

Structure and variability of meridional overturning in 
me Atlantic Ocean: model perspectives (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:30 VALLIS, G.K. 

Effects of wind and geometrey on the thermohaline 
circulation of an ocean model 
11:45 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Colin de Verdiere, A 

14:00 RAHMSTORF, S. 

Influence of Mediterranean outflow on the Atlantic 
thermohaline circulation 



161 


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14:15 


14:30 


FIEG, K.; GERDES, R. . 

The Atlantic circulation: a sensitivity study using 
different freshwater fluxes 
WEUER, W.; DE RUIJTER, W.P.M.; VAN 
LEEUWEN, PJ.; DIJKSTRA, H.A. 

The impact of interbasin exchange on the Atlantic 
overturning circulation 

14-45 HERRMANN, P.; JIA, Y.; REYNAUD, T. 

Formation of North Atlantic deep water in the 
subpolar gyre - a model intercomparison study 

15:00 NOE, D.; VAN GORDER, S. 

The separation formula and its application to the 
upper warm layer in the Atlantic Ocean 
15:15 SARKISYAN, A.S.; IVANOV, YU.A.; LEBEDEV, 
K.V. 

The world ocean thermohaline circulation calculated 
by new adjustment method 

15:30 BEISMANN, J.-O. * , ■ 

On the topographic control of the Atlantic Deep 

Western Boundary Current 
15:45 VAN DER SCHRIER, G.; MAAS, L.R.M. 

Bifurcation analysis of the 2-D thermohaline circula¬ 
tion 

16:00 ZALESNY, V.B.; KAZANTSEV, CH. 

Mathematical modelling of the world ocean 
thermohaline circulation: solvability, algorithms, 
results 

16:15 HIRSCHI, J.; SANDER, J.; STOCKER, T.F. 

Intermittent convection and its consequences on the 
thermohaline circulation in GCM’s 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


OAl The thermohaline circulation 
Session 


Poster 


Convener: Colin de Verdiere, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Schott, F. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday 13^ 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19.00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 


OA008 

OA009 

OAOlO 

OAOll 

OA012 

OA013 

OA014 

OA015 

OA016 

OA017 

OA018 


OAOOl 

OA002 

OA003 

OA004 

OA005 

OA006 

OA007 


GARZOLI, S.L.; RICHARD^N, P.; 
DUNCOMBE RAE, C.; FRATANTONI, D.; 

GONI, G. . . 

Benguela current experiment (Poster + Video) 
RAMIREZ, J.; SANGRA, P. 

Preliminary Canary current transport measure¬ 
ments from undersea telephone cable 
WOELK, S.; ESSELBORN, S.; MEINCKE, J. 
An inverse box model of the northern North 
Atlantic 

BOCK, J.H.; BOSCH, W. 

The 1996 sea surface height anomaly ot the 
North Atlantic subpolar gyre 
BERSCH, M.; MEINCKE, J.; SY, A.; 
ESSELBORN, S.; WOELK, S. 

Interannual thermohaline changes at the eastern 
margin of the North Atlantic subpolar gyre 
1991-1996 

ARNOLD, M.; SCHILLER, J.; BAYER, R.; 
FLEISCHMANN, U.; PUTZ^, A.; SY, A. 
Transient tracer observations in the North Atlan¬ 
tic 

SY, A.; RHEIN, M. 

Spreading of the "1988 Labrador Sea Water 
Cascade" across the North Atlantic ocean 


OA019 

OA020 

OA021 

OA022 

OA023 

OA024 


STOLLEY, M.; SY, A. 

Multiyear variability of the upper ocean thermal 
structure of the North Atlantic current regime 
KOLTERMANN, K.P.; STELTER, G. 

About the seasonality of the LSW amval west of 
the Mid-Atlantic-Ridge at 47°N 
LORBACHER, K.; KOLTERMANN, K.P. 

The 48°N atlantic section: changes in water 
masses and heat transports during WOCE 
KOLTERMANN, K.P.; SOKOV, A.V.; 
TERECHTCHENKOV, V.P.; DOBROLIUBOV, 
SA.; LORBACHER, K.; SY, A. 

Decadal changes in the thermohaline circulation 
of the North Atlantic 

SEVEROV, D.N.; SEVEROVA, V.A.; 
BLANCO, M.M.; NAGY, G.J. 

Identification, characteristics and dynamics ot 
southwestern Atlantic fronts 
HOGG, N.G.; MORRIS, M.Y.; OWENS, W.B. 
Direct measurement of the deep circulation 
within the Brazil basin 

REYNAUD, T.; LEGRAND, P.; MERCIER, H.; 
BARNIER, B. 

A new analysis of hydrgraphic data in the At an¬ 
tic and its application to an inverse modelling 

study .. ^ 

ZAVIALOV, P.; MOLLER JR, O. 

Seasonal circulation and asociated advective 
fluxes of heat off southern Brazil and Uruguay: 
modelling and in situ data 
FLEISCHMANN, U.; PUTZKA, A.; BAYER, 
R.; SY, A. 

Multi tracer analysis 
SIMONSEN, K.; ORANGE, H. 

Effects of various boundary conditions on the 
thermohaline circulation and sea ice cover in an 
isopycnal model for the North Atlantic and the 
Arctic ocean 

JIMENEZ, J.J.; CABOS, W.; ORTIZ BEVIA, 
M.J. 

Decadal and interdecadal variability simulated 
with a regional model 

VAN DER SCHRIER, G.; MAAS, L.R.M. 
Bifurcation analysis of the 3-D thermohaline 
circulation 

KROGER, J.; BONING, C.W. 

Pathways of interhemispheric exchanp in the 
equatorial Atlantic: Lagrangian analysis of high 
resolution models 
DE CUEVAS, B.A. 

Global flux estimates and other results from the 
OCCAM global ocean model 
FIEG, K.; DOSCHER, R.; GERDES, R. 

ATOM: model concept and first results 
BONING, C.; DIETERICH, C.; JIA, Y.; 

BARNIER, B. . 

Seasonal variability of deep currents in the 
equatorial Atlantic: results from the DYNAMO 

BERANGER, K.; DE MIRANDA, A.P.; 

BARNIER, B. , , ^ . 

The thermohaline circulation in the south Atlan¬ 
tic: estimating the contribution of the major 
water masses 


162 



OA025 KNOCHEL, H.; BARNIER, B. 

Simulation of the variability of the meridional 
overturning cell in the north Atlantic Ocean using 
a sigma coordinate model 
OA026 COWARD, A.C. 

The Mediterranean outflow as described by the 
OCCAM global ocean model 
OA027 MARRERO-DOAZ, A.; GORDO, C.; 
PELEGRO, J.L.; ANTORANZ, A.; 
RATSIMANDRESY, A.; SANGRA, P.; 
RAMOREZ, J.J.; CORTHETAS, JM.; 
GARCOA-WEIL, L.; PACHECO, M.; 
HERNANDEZ-GUERRA, A.; RODRIGUEZ- 
SANTANA, A. 

Circulation patterns in the Cape Ghir filament 
area during October 1997 

OA028 RODRIGUEZ-SANTANA, A.; 
MARRERO-DOAZ, A.; PELEGRO, J.L. 
Geostrophic transport as inferred from XBT data 
through analytic T-S diagrams 
OA029 WALZ, V.; HILDEBRANDT, H.; CHRISTL, 
M.; BAYER, R. 

SFg as a transient tracer in oceanography 

OA2 Processes in regions of oceanic time 
series stations 

Convener: Muller, T.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Lukas, R. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CALLIOPE 
Chairperson: Siedler, G. 

08:30 BATES, N.R.; JOHNSON, R.J.; CARLSON, C.A.; 
KNAP. A.H.; MICHAELS, A.F.; STEINBERG, 
D.K. 

Interannual ocean variability at the U.S. JGOFS 
Bermuda Atlantic time-series study (BATS) and 
Hydrostation S site (Solicited Paper) 

08:55 JOYCE, T.M. 

Decadal variability of subtropical mode water, 
atmospheric forcing and feedback 
09:10 ANTONOV, J.I.; LEVITUS, S. 

Ocean weather stations time series and climatic 
changes 

09:25 LUKAS, R.; SANTIAGO-MANDUJANO, F. 

Long-term hydrographic variations observed in the 
Hawaii ocean time-series (Solicited Paper) 

09:50 JEANDEL, C.; RUIZ-PINO, D.; FIALA, M. 

Present status and future of JGOFS-KE^IX time 
series station (50°40S - 69°25E) 

10:05 RUIZ-PINO, D.; JEANDEL, C.C.; POISSON, A. 
The ENSO signal and the Antarctic circumpolar 
wave evidenced by KERFIX times series data 
10:20 LOUANCHI, F.; RUIZ-PINO, D.; BRUNET, C.; 
SCHAUER, B.; POISSON, A.; JEANDEL, C. 

An overview of oceanic CO 2 variability at 
JGOFS-KERFIX time series station (50°40S - 
69°25E) 

10:35 MIQUEL, J.C.; CARROLL, M.; JEANDEL, C. 
Seasonal trend in particulate carbon flux at the 
time-series site Kerfix in the southern ocean 
10:50 BREAK 


Chairperson: Joyce, T.M. 

11:10 SIEDLER, G.; MULLER, T.J. 

The 17-year time series from mooring Kiel 276 in 
the eastern North Atlantic (Solicited Paper) 

11:35 NEUER, S.; DAVENPORT, B.; RATMEYER, V.; 
FISCHER, G.; WEFER, G.; RUEDA, M.-J.; 
LLINAS, O. 

Particle flux measurements at ESTOC 
11:50 REPPm, J.; KNOLL, M. 

Watermasses and currents in the area of the 
"ESTOC" time series station 
12:05 MERLIVAT, L. 

High frequency variability of PCO 2 and CO 2 air-sea 
fluxes at two JGOFS stations: DYFAMED (western 
Mediterranean Sea) and BATS (subtropical North 
Atlantic gyre) 

12:20 MEMERY, L.; LEVY, M.; MERLIVAT, !. 

Seasonal variations and high frequency events of the 
CO 2 partial pressure at the ocean surface: a numeri¬ 
cal approach at the DYFAMED station (NW Medi¬ 
terranean Sea) 

12:35 SMITH, N.; LUKAS, R.; HAUGAN, P. 

A review of ocean climate time series (Solicited 
Paper) 

13:00 MULLER, T.J.; LUKAS, R. 

Concluding remarks 
13:10 END OF SESSION 


OA2 Processes in r^ions of oceanic time 
series stations - Poster Session 

Convener: Muller, T.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Lukas, R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA030 NILSEN, J.E.O.; OSTERHUS, S. 

Trends and long time variability of ocean 
proerties at ocean weather station M in the 
Norewegian Sea 

OA031 LLINAS, O.; RODRIGUEZ DE LEON, A.; 
SIEDLER, G.; WEFER, G. 

European station for time-series in the ocean 
Canary Islands (1994-1997) 

OA032 RUEDA, M.J.; SANTANA, R.; PEREZ- 
MARRERO, J.; CIANCA, A.; VILLAGARCIA, 
M.G.; GODOY, J.; ESCANEZ, J.; LLINAS, O. 
Variability of the nutrients concentration at 
ESTOC (1994-1997) 

OA033 ARRAES-MESCOFF, R.; TABOADA, J.J.; 
RUIZ-PINO, D.; ATHIAS, V.; ROY-BARMAN, 
M.; MIQUEL, J.C.; JEANDEL, C. 

Geochemistry and modelling of sediment trap 
time series from the Mediterranean Sea 


Attend the Poster Session 


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OA3 The North Atlantic Oscillation: decadal 
variability in ocean and atmosphere 1 

Convener: Hense, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Rahmstorf, S.; Reverdin, G. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CALLIOPE 
Chairperson: Reverdin, G. 

14:00 CURRY, R.; MCCARTNEY, M.S. 

Interdecadal transport changes along the North 
Atlantic subpolar/subtropical boundary 
14:15 PAETH, H.; HENSE, A. 

The North Atlantic oscillation in analysis and model 
sets 

14:30 GULEV, S.; JUNG, T.; RUPRECHT, E. 

Changes in the intensity of the atmospheric synoptic 
variability associated with NAO 
14:45 SIRVEN, J. 

About the thermocline ventilation: spin-up and 
spin-down (Poster) 

14:50 FRIEDERICHS, P.; HENSE, A. 

The NAO in a long simulation with a coupled 
AO-GCM and its interaction with North Atlantic 
SST 

15:05 VISBECK, M.; CULLEN, H.; NAIK, N. 

Response of North Atlantic ocean model to 
NAO-like forcing 

15:20 PERLWITZ, J.; GRAF, H.-F. 

The influence of the stratospheric circulation on the 
time structure of the North-Atlantic-Oscillation 
(Poster) 

15:25 CORTE-REAL, J.A.M.; PINTO, J.G.; DIEGUES, 
J.P. 

Relationship between the North Atlantic oscillation 
and the interannual variability of Atlantic-European 
climate 

15:40 SENNECHAEL, N.; FRANKIGNOUL, C.; 
KESTENARE, E. 

Wind driven variability of the North Atlantic meridi¬ 
onal overturning cell in the ECHAMl/LSG coupled 
ocean atmosphere model 

15:55 VIGNUDELLI, S.; ASTRALDI, M.; GASPARINI, 
G.P.; LAZZONI, E.; SCHIANO, M.E. 

Changes in the NW Mediterranean Sea circulation 
and their possible connection to the North Atlantic 
Oscillation 
16:10 PETERS, D. 

Decadal change of the large-scale atmospheric 
circulation over the North Atlantic European region 
in January of the 80’s (Poster) 

16:15 MAECHEL, H.; KAPALA, A. 

Variability of the North Atlantic Oscillation since 
1881 (Poster) 

16:20 TERESCHENKOV, V.P.; ARKHIPKIN, A.V. 

Long-term chagnes of the Mediterranean waters in 
the north east Atlantic and associated changes of the 
thermohaline circulation (Poster) 

16:25 LOEWE, P. 

Statistical associations between the NAO, the solar 
cycle, and the western Baltic Sea season since 1879 
(Poster) 

16:30 END OF PART I 


OA3 The North Atlantic Oscillation: decadal 
variability in ocean and atmosphere - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Hense, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Rahmstorf, S.; Reverdin, G. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA143 SIRVEN, J. 

About the thermocline ventilation: spin-up and 
spin-down 

OA144 PERLWITZ, J.; GRAF, H.-F. 

The influence of the stratospheric circulation on 
the time structure of the North-Atlantic-Oscilla¬ 
tion 

OA145 PETERS, D. 

Decadal change of the large-scale atmospheric 
circulation over the North Atlantic European 
region in January of the 80’s 
OA146 MAECHEL, H.; KAPALA, A. 

Variability of the North Atlantic Oscillation since 
1881 

OA147 TERESCHENKOV, V.P.; ARKHIPKIN, A.V. 

Long-term chagnes of the Mediterranean waters 
in the north east Atlantic and associated changes 
of the thermohaline circulation 
OA148 LOEWE, P. 

Statistical associations between the NAO, the 
solar cycle, and the western Baltic Sea season 
since 1879 

OA149 JUNG, T.; RUPRECHT, E.; RIEPE, M.; 
GULEV, S. 

On the non-stationarity of the North Atlantic 
oscillation 

OA150 DJENIDI, S.; KOSTIANOY, A.G.; SHEREMET, 
N.A.; EMLOUSSAOUI, A. 

Thermal variability of the NE Atlantic Ocean 
OA151 CZAJA, A.; FRANKIGNOUL, C. 

Decadal buoyancy forcing in a simple model of 
the subtropical gyre 

OA152 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; CAMPOS, J.F.; 
NOREGOL, M. 

Fingerprints of the North Atlantic oscillation in 
the climate of Galicia (Spain) 

OA153. GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; MOURE, J.C.; PEREZ, 
A. 

Climate variability in the North Atlantic Ocean 
using non-codified data 
OA154 DAMM, P.E. 

Long-term transport oscillations on the northwest 
European Shelf calculated from a 39-years 
numerical ciruculation model run 
OA155 DONAHUE, K.A.; MCCARTNEY, M.S.; CUR¬ 
RY, A.G.; MAURITZEN, C. 

Did the Denmark Strait overflow intensify in 
1996-97? 

OA156 MCCARTNEY, M.S. 

An oceanic memory of winter conditions: does it 
feedback to determine the winter NAO state? 


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0A3 The North Atlantic Oscillation: decadal 
variability in ocean and atmosphere II 

Convener: Hense, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Rahmstorf, S.; Reverdin, G. 

Friday, 24 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: CALLIOPE 
Chairperson: Rahmstorf, S. 

08:30 SELTEN, F.; HAARSMA, R.J.; OPSTEEGH, J.D. 
On the mechanism of North Atlantic decadal vari¬ 
ability (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 KRAHMANN, G.; VISBECK, M. 

Advection of temperature and heatconent anomalies 
in the North Atlantic 
09:15 TERRAY, L.; BARTHELET, P. 

North Atlantic decadal variability in a 130-year 
simulation of the current climate with a global 
coupled GCM 

09:30 FESER, F.; GRAF, H.-F.; PERLWITZ, J. 

Multidecadal variability of the coupled tropospheric 
and stratospheric circulation and its connection to the 
North Atlantic Circulation 
09:45 KLINGSPOHN, M.; METZ, W. 

On the influence of singular modes on the origin of 
the interdecadal atmospheric variability 
10:00 JUNG, T.; GULEV, S. 

Timescales of decadal SST-variability in the North 
Atlantic Ocean 

10:15 JUNG, T.; RUPRECHT, E.; RIEPE, M.; GULEV, 
S. 

On the non-stationarity of the North Atlantic oscilla¬ 
tion (Poster) 

10:20 DJENIDI, S.; KOSTIANOY, A.G.; SHEREMET, 
N.A.; EMLOUSSAOUI, A. 

Thermal variability of the NE Atlantic Ocean (Post¬ 
er) 

10:25 BREAK 

Chairperson: Opsteegh, J.D. 

10:45 CHRISTOPH, M.; ULBRICH, U. 

Low-frequency NAO fluctuations in the 
ECHAM4/OPYC3 coupled AOGCM 
11:00 SCHMIDT, T.; FRICH, P.; HANSEN, C. 

Variations of sea ice extent in the northern Atlantic 
on decadal time scale and connection with atmo¬ 
spheric circulation 

11:15 GREY, S.; HAINES, K.; MYERS, P.G. 

Changes in the upper N. Atlantic hydrography and 
transports, 1950-1994 

11:30 WIDMANN, M.; BRETHERTON, C.S.; SCHAR, 
C. 

Do changes in the NAO explain trends in Swiss 
wintertime precipitation? 

11:45 HAKKINEN, S.; MO, K.C. 

Decadal air-sea interaction in the North Atlantic 
12:00 SUNDERMANN, J. 

Decadal variability of the Northwest European Shelf 
12:15 BLINDHEIM, J.; BOROVKOV, V.; HANSEN, B.; 
MALMBERG, S.AA.; TURRELL, W.R.; 
OSTERHUS, S. 

Effects of the NAO on the structure and distribution 
of water masses in the Nordic Seas 
12:30 BRESCH, D.N.; FEHLMANN, R.; DAVIES, H.C. 
Simultations of North Atlantic storm track variability 


12:45 CZAJA, A.; FRANKIGNOUL, C. 

Decadal buoyancy forcing in a simple model of the 
subtropical gyre (Poster) 

12:50 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; CAMPOS, J.F.; 
NOREGOL, M. 

Fingerprints of the North Atlantic oscillation in the 
climate of Galicia (Spain) (Poster) 

12:55 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; MOURE, J.C.; PEREZ, A. 
Climate variability in the North Atlantic Ocean using 
non-codified data (Poster) 

13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Sennechael, N. 

14:00 APPENZELLER, C.; STOCKER, T.F. 

The north Atlantic oscillation and its imprint on 
precipitation and ice accumulation in Greenland 
(Solicited Paper) 

14:30 VENZKE, S.; ALLEN, M.R.; SUTTON, R.T.; 
ROWELL, D.P.; BROWN, SJ.; HOLLAND, C.K. 
Detecting potential atmospheric feedbacks of decadal 
North Atlantic climate variability in an ensemble of 
multi-decadal AGCM simulations 
14:45 LOPEZ, P.; SCHMITH, T.; KAAS, E. 

Sensitivity of the northern hemisphere atmospheric 
circulation to North Atlantic SSTs in the ARPEGE 
AGCM 

15:00 DAMM, P.E. 

Long-term transport oscillations on the northwest 
European Shelf calculated from a 39-years numerical 
ciruculation model run (Poster) 

15:05 DONAHUE, K.A.; MCCARTNEY, M.S.; CURRY, 
A.G.; MAURITZEN, C. 

Did the Denmark Strait overflow intensify in 
1996-97? (Poster) 

15:10 MCCARTNEY, M.S. 

An oceanic memory of winter conditions: does it 
feedback to determine the winter NAO state? (Post¬ 
er) 

15:15 PICKART, R.S. 

Cloupled variability in the slopewater inshore of the 
Gulf Stream 

15:30 REVERDIN, G.; VERBRUGGE, N. 

Upper ocean variability related to NAO in the North 
Atlantic subarctic gyre in recent years 
15:45 END OF SESSION 


OA4 Circulation variability at mesoscale I 

Convener: Millot, C. 

Co-Convener(s): Treguier, A.M. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: URANIE 
Chairperson: Koekkoek, H.S. 

08:30 EDWARDS, N.R.; RICHARDS, K.J. 

Interleaving in the equatorial Pacific 
08:45 MOLEMAKER, M.J.; SCHMEITS, M.J.; 
DIJKSTRA, H.A. 

V^iability in the wind-driven circulation in the 
North Atlantic 
09:00 KOEKKOEK, H.S. 

The interaction between gyre scale and local scale 
dynamics in the Agulhas region 


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09:15 IVCHENKO, V.O.; BEST, S.E.; WELLS, N.C. 

The Agulhas current system: the influence of eddies 
on the time-mean circulation diagnosed from general 
circulation models 
09:30 IVCHENKO, V.O. 

The role of transient eddies in the dynamics of the 
ACC in the Indian sector of the southern ocean 
09:45 ARHAN, M.; MERCIER, H.; LUTJEHARMS, J. 
Description and history of three Agulhas rings 
intersected by WOCE hydrographic lines A13 and 
A14 

10:00 ROED, L.P. 

A pointwise energy diagnostic scheme for 
multilayer, nonisopycnic, primitive equation ocean 
models 

10:15 SHI, X.B.; ROED, L.P. 

Discrimination of instabilities on the front between 
the Norwegian Atlantic Current and the Norwegian 
Coastal Current 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Treguier, A.M. 

11:00 BOWER, A.S. 

The parthways and kinematics of meddies in the 
Iberian basin (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 BAEY, J.M.; RENOUARD, D. 

Instabilities of an intermediate water current 
11:45 SADOUX, S.; RENOUARD, D.; FINCHAM, A.; 
BAEY, J.M. 

Laboratory study of the interaction of an underwater 
current and a cape 

12:00 HAUSER, J.; KASE, R.H.; RENOUARD, D. 

Meddy generation and translation modelled on ocean 

otiH tofiV" cpi^lpc 

12:15 DUBUS, L.; SPEER, K.G.; TREGUIER, A.M. 

Baroclinic instability of a meridional current 
12:30 ROBERTS, M.J.; MARSHALL, D.P. 

Do we require adiabatic dissipation schemes in eddy 
resolving ocean models? 

12:45 MOREL, Y.; MCWILLIAMS, J. 

Influence of mixing on the stability of oceanic 
curents 

13:00 LUNCH 
Chairperson: Marshall, D.P. 

14:00 DEWAR, W.K.; DE MIRANDA, A.P.; BARNIER, 
B. 

Eddy-driven barotropic transport control by bottom 
friction: theoretical and numerical results 
14:15 ADCOCK, S.T.; MARSHALL, D.P. 

Interactions of ocean eddies with bottom topography 
14:30 PIERINI, S.; FINCHAM, A.; RENOUARD, D.; 
D’AMBROSIO, M.; DIDELLE, H. 

Laboratory modelling of topographic Rossby modes 
14:45 MENKES, C.; MARCHAL, E.; LEBOURGES, A.; 
BIESSY, B.; MORLIERE, A.; DANDONNEAU, Y.; 
BALLE, J.; REVERDIN, G.; CHAMPALBERT, G.; 
FLAMENT, P.; KENNAN, S. 

From instability waves to tuna in the tropical Atlan¬ 
tic 

15:00 THIERRY, V.; MERCIER, H.; TREGUIER, A.M. 
Direct observations of low frequency fluctuations in 
the deep equatorial Atlantic 


15:15 ZERVAKIS, V.; NITTIS, K.; THEOCHARIS, A.; 
GEORGOPOULOS, D. 

The interactive relation of water column structure 
and mesoscale circulation in the Cretan Sea during 
Isst dccfldc 

15:30 O’DWYER, J.; WILLIAMS, R.G.; LACASCE, J.; 
SPEER, K. 

Float dispersion and the climatological potential 
vorticity distribution 
15:45 STUTZER, S. 

Representing the eddy field in a high resolution 
model of the Irminger Sea 
16:00 GASCARD, J.C. 

Broad band spectrum of mesoscale eddies in the 
Greenland and Mediterranean seas related to deep 
water formation 

16:15 RUBINO, A.; WOLF, S.; QUADFASEL, D.; SEIN, 
D. 

The origin, structure and decay of a subsurface eddy 
in the Greenland Sea studied by in-situ measure¬ 
ments and numerical modelling 
16:30 LEVY, M.; MEMERY, L.; MADEC, G.; VISBECK, 
M.; NAIK, N. 

Mesoscale variability of the NW Mediterranean 
spring bloom: processes and parameterization 
16:45 RUIZ, S.; GOMIS, D.; PEDDER, M.A.; FONT, J.; 
ALLEN, J.T. 

Multivariate analysis of SeaSoar and ADCP data in 
the western Alboran Sea: synopticity test and sensi¬ 
tivity to reference level and analysis parameters 
17:00 RIXEN, M.; BECKERS, J.-M. 

Mesoscale analysis in the Alboran Sea: the impact of 
a relocation procedure to obtain pseudo-synoptic data 
17:15 SALAT, J. 

A dynamic method for horizontal distributions of sea 
water properties 
17:30 END OF PART I 

OA4 Circulation variability at mesoscale - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Millot, C. 

Co-Convener(s): Treguier, A.M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Millot, C. 

OA063 KASE, R.;TYLER, R. 

The formation and propagation of energetic 
eddies in equatorial boundary currents 
OA064 DE MIRANDA, A.P.; BARNIER, B.; DEWAR, 
W.K. 

Subduction rates in the south Atlantic using a 
high resolution numerical model 
OA065 JIMENEZ, J.J.; CABOS, W.; ORTIZ BEVIA, 
M.J. 

Seasonal and interannual simulations of the 
North Atlantic variability with a regional oceanic 
model 

OA066 BOUBNOV, G.G. 

Short-period variability of the Luderitz upwelling 
cell 


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OA067 SANGRA, P.; GARCOA-WEIL, L.; PACHECO, 
M.; PELEGRO, J.L.; HERNANDEZ-GUERRA, 
A.; RATSIMANDRESY, A.W.; RAMOREZ, 
JJ.; CORTHETAS, J.M.; MARRERO, A.; 
GRISOLOA,D.; EUGENIO-GONZALEZ, F. 
Drifters observations of a cold filament in the 
northwest Africa upwelling area 
OA068 FIUZA, A.F.G.; MARTINS, C.S. 

Surface circulation in the northeastern Atlantic 
region off Iberia 

OA069 JIMENEZ, B.; SANGRA, P. 

A numerical study on Gran Canaria island eddies 
generation 

OA070 ESTEBAN, M.; RODRIGUEZ, I.; RUIZ DE 
ELVIRA, A. 

A finite element model for the barotropic 
vorticity conservation equation: the Canary 
Islands 

OA071 GINZBURG, A.I.; KOSTIANOY, A.G.; 
OSTROVSKII, A.G. 

Mesoscale eddies in the Japan Sea 
OA072 GORSKY, G.; TAUPIER-LETAGE, I.; 
PICHERALL, M.; STEMMANN, L. 

Aggregates distribution in the eastern Algerian 
basin 

OA073 JONSSON, L.; ZODIATIS, G. 

Flow phenomena in the north Aegean Sea de¬ 
rived from satellite data 

OA074 KRIVOSHEYA, V.G.; YAKUBENKO, V.G.; 
OVCHINNIKOV, L.M.; TITOV, V.B.; SKIRTA, 
A. YU. 

Mesoscale circulation and variability of 
hydrophysical fields in the north-eastern part of 
the Black Sea 


OA4 Circulation variability at mesoscale II 

Convener: Millot, C. 

Co-Convener(s): Treguier, A.M. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: URANIE 
Chairperson: Font, J. 

08:30 FIUZA, A.F.G. 

Mesoscale dynamical regimes in the coastal ocean 
off Iberia 

08:45 FONT, J.; MILLOT, C.; EMELIANOV, M.; 
SALAS, J.; RUIZ, S.; PITRAT, D. 
Three-dimensional structure of a coastal mesoscale 
instability 

09:00 MILLOT, C.; TAUPIER-LETAGE, I.; FUDA, J.L. 

The Algerian eddies 
09:15 GERVASIO, L.; MORTIER, L. 

Coastal current instabilities in the presence of 
topography 

09:30 ALBEROLA, C.; MILLOT, C. 

Characteristics of the circulation in the Bay of Cassis 
09:45 GARCIA, M.A.; HERRERA, M.D.; 
PUIGDEFABREGAS, J.; SANCHEZ-ARCELLA, A.; 
RIPPETH, T.; SIMPSON, J.; GUILLEN, J.; 
PALANQUES, A.; PUIG, P. 

Temporal variability of teh shelf circulation off the 
Ebro delta at mesoscale 

10:00 RAILLARD, O.; DELEVILLE, S.; MORTIER, L. 
Modelling summar marine circulation of the Gulf of 
Lions: use of an embredded model 


10:15 ARNOUX-CHIAVASSA, S.; DURAND, N.; 
DEVENON, J.L.; OUILLON, S.; REY, V.; FOR¬ 
GET, P.; FRAUNIE, P.; NAUDIN, J.J. 

Wind driven dynamics of river plume in the Medi¬ 
terranean Sea 

10:30 RUBINO, A.; BRANDT, P.; QUADFASEL, D.; 
ALPERS, W.; SELLSCHOPP, J.; FIEKAS, H.-V. 
Evidence fo the influence of Atlantic-Ionian stream 
fluctuations on the tidally induced internal dynamics 
in the Strait of Messina 
10:45 END OF SESSION 


OA5 Open session on coastal/shelf-sea dynam¬ 
ics 

Convener: Lehmann, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Shapiro, G.L 
Monday, 20 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: URANIE 
Chairperson: Lehmann, A. 

08:30 TALIPOVA, T.; PELINOVSKY, E.; HOLLOWAY, 
P.E. 

Numerical simulation of the internal tide evolution 
on the north-west shelf of Australia 
08:45 BULGAKOV, S.N.; MARTINEZ, A.Z.; 
MIKHAILOVA, E.N.; SHAPIRO, N.B. 

Numerical study of the wind-driven circulation in the 
Mexican Pacific near-shore zone 
09:00 MURRAY, S.P.; JAROSZ, E. 

Dynamics of the Mississippi-Atchafalaya costal 
plume 

09:15 JACOBS, P.; IVEY, G.N. 

Convection over a continetal shelf and slope 
09:30 SHAPIRO, G.I.; VORONOV, B.F. 

Dynamics of baroclinic mesoscale eddies at the outer 
shelf 

09:45 SHAPIRO, G.L; AKIVIS, T.M.; PYKHOV, N.N.; 
ANTSYFEROV, S.M. 

Transport of the fine suspended matter on the shelf 
by mesoscale currents 

10:00 TARTINVILLE, B.; DELEERSNIJDER, E.; 
LAZURE, P.; PROCTOR, R.; RUDDICK, K.G.; 
UITTENBOGAARD, R.E. 

Model intercomparison study for a three-dimensional 
idealised test case 

10:15 KAMPF, J.; FOHRMANN, H. 

Deep water ventilation triggered by turbidity cur¬ 
rents: numerical investigations 
10:30 JOHANNESSEN, B.O.; MCCLIMANS, T.A. 

The relation between coastal sea level and slope 
currents 
10:45 BREAK 

Chairperson: Lehmann, A. 

11:00 MELSOM, A. 

Ocean circulation in Vestfjorden (Oral -I- Video) 
11:15 KAUKER, F.; VON STORCH, H.; OBERHUBER, 
J.M. 

Variability of the North Sea inferred from an 
isopycnal ocean circulation model 
11:30 OUAHSINE, A.; SENTCHEV, A.; NGUYEN, K.D. 
Numerical investigations of the effects of topography 
on the tidal currents circulation 


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11:45 SMALL, J.; SCOTT, J.; TALIPOVA, T.; 
PELINOVSKY, E. 

Observations and modelling of an evolving internal 
bore during SESAME 1996 

12:00 GUIZIEN, K.; INALL, M.; BARTHELEMY, E. 

3D linear analytical model of internal tide generation 
on coastal margins 

12:15 CHERUBIN, L.; DRITSCHEL, D.G.; MOREL, 
Y.G.; CARTON, X.J. 

Observation and modelisation of vortex formation in 
the cae of the interaction of the Mediterranean 
outflow with submarine canyon 
12:30 SEEM, D.V.; ALPERS, W.; BACKHAUS, J.O.; 
BRANDT, P.; IZQUIERDO, A.; KAGAN, B.A.; 
RUBDSrO, A.; TEJEDOR, L.M. 

Numerical simulations of the surface and internal 
tides in the Strait of Gibraltar 
12:45 BRANDT, P.; RUBINO, A.; ALPERS, W.; HOCK, 
L. 

Shoaling of internal solitary waves on the Malay 
shelf in the Andaman Sea 

13:00 ZHURBAS, V.M.; PAKA, V.T.; ANISIMOV, M.V.; 
GOLENKO, N.N.; SUBBOTINA, M.M.; 
KOSCHKOSH, G.A. 

The Stolpe Channel overflow in the Baltic Sea: the 
observations and modelling 
13:15 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Shapiro, G.I. 

14:00 CESARINI, C.; PINARDI, N. 

Effects of the bottom boundary layer on the vertical 
structure of currents in the northern Adriatic 
14:15 HESSNER, K.; RUBINO, A.; ALPERS, W. 

The Rhine outflow studied by ERSl/2 SAR imagery 
and numerical simulations 

14:30 RODHE, J.; CEDERLOEF, U.; LILJEBLADH, B. 
Generation of baroclinic tides in the Kattegat - 
observations and modelling 
14:45 JANSSEN, F.; SCHRUM, C. 

Validating a several years model run by using 
temperature and salinity data 
15:00 DOOS, K.; NYCANDER, J.; COWARD, A. 

Early results from a 3-D primitive equation model 
applied to the Baltic and the North Sea 
15:15 LEHMANN, A.; MALZ, S. 

On the water and energy balance of the Baltic Sea 
15:30 PODEWSKI, S.; FIEKAS, H.-V.; HERBIG, K.; 
FEDDERS, B.; WAEBER, W. 

Hydrographic fine-scale variability in the Bornholm 
basin of the Baltic Sea in winter 
15:45 SUURSAAR, U.; ASTOK, V.; OTSMANN, M.; 
KULLAS, T. 

Exchange processes along the western coast of 
Estonia: local effects overrun by frontal plusations 
16:00 SALAT, J.; ABELLO, P.; ARIN, L.; ARNAU, P.A.; 
CASTELLON, A.; GARCIA, M.A.; GUILLEN, J.; 
HERRERA, M.D.; JULIA, A.; DE LEON, A.; 
MASO, M.; OLIVAR, M.P.; PALANQUES, A.; 
PALOMERA, L; PUIG, P.; PUIGDEFABREGAS, 
J.; SABATES, A.; SALAS, J.; SANCHEZ- 
ARCILLA, A.; SANCHEZ, J.; SCHNEIDER, P.; 
SOSPEDRA, J. 

Seasonal evolution of water mass structure and 
shelf-slope echanges at the Iberian shelf (NW 
Mediterranean) preliminary results of fans cruises 


16:15 LIPS, U.; LILOVER, M.-J.; HEKANSSON, B.; 
SUURSAAR 

Hydrography of the gulf of Riga and water exchange 
propterties in the connecting straits, observations 
1993-95 

16:30 RAUDSEPP, U. 

A numerical 3D simulation of the annual cycle of 
the Gulf of Riga thermohaline fields 
16:45 KOROTAEV, G.K.; SAENKO, O.A.; 

SARKISYAN, A.S.; KNYSH, V.V. 

Assimilation of altimeter data into the Black Sea 
circulation model 
17:00 PICKART, R.S. 

Structure and dynamics of a meander of the 
shelfbreak jet in the mid-Atlantic bight 
17:15 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 

Video presentation: Tuesday, 17.00-19.00 in the 
poster area 

OA5 Open session on coastal/shelf-sea dynam¬ 
ics - Poster Session 

Convener: Lehmann, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Shapiro, G.I. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairpersons: Lehmann, A., Shapiro, G.I. 

OA078 SKLYAROV, V.E.; BEREZUTSKII, A.V. 

On the influence of internal waves packets on the 
velocity structure of shelf waters 
OA079 SEREBRYANY, A.N. 

Internal waves in coastal waters 
OA080 ROMANOU, A.; WEATHERLY, G.L. 

Buoyant Ekman layers over variable topography 
OA081 BULATOV, V.V.; VLADIMIROV, Y.V. 

Far field of internal gravity waves in a stratified 
ocean of variable depth 

OA082 BERZINS, V.; BETHERS, U.; SENNIKOVS, J. 

Internal waves in Gulf of Riga: observations and 
link with model of vertical TS structure 
OA083 TALPSEPP, L. 

On the coherent structure of currents in two 
straits of the Gulf of Riga 

OA084 LILOVER, M.-J.; LIPS, U.; LAANEARU, J. 

Sub-inertial currents in the Irbe Strait and their 
contribution to the water exchange 
OA085 KOUTS, T. 

Ventilation of upper deep layers of the Baltic Sea 
OA086 OTSMANN, M.; ASTOK, V.; KULLAS, T. 
SUURSAAR, U. 

Integral model for volume transport through the 
straits of the Gulf of Riga 

OA087 CEDERLOF, U.; LILJEBLADH, B.; RODHE, J. 

High-resolution observations of currents and 
hydrography in the Kattegat 
OA088 ARKHIPKIN, V.S.; AMETISTOVA, L.E. 

Coastal upwelling as indicator of atmospheric 
processes 

OA089 ZORAN, M. 

Black sea coastal zone dynamics by satellite 
remote sensing data 


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OA090 GORYACHKIN, YU.N.; IVANOV, V.A.; 
STEPANYANTS, YU.A. 

Analysis of the Black Sea level oscillations in 
the different places of the northern part of the 
coast 

OA091 GRONLUND, L.; KUZNETSOV, L.; 
DRUZHKOV, N. 

Hydrography of the Pechora sea, the southeastern 
Barents Sea 

OA092 BARBETSEAS, S.; PAPAGEORGIOU, E. 

Long term physical variations of waters in a deep 
basin of the Aegean Sea (Saronikos Gulf, 
Greece) 

OA093 GRBEC, B.; DADIC, V.; MOROVIC, M. 

Surface heat and water fluxes measurements 
OA094 PAKLAR, G.B.; GRBEC, B. 

Wind induced currents in the Adriatic Sea 
OA095 SKLYAROV, V.E.; BEREZUTSKII, A.V. 

Peculiarities of flow dynamics in the Canary 
current upwelling 

OA096 NICOLAS, P.; RATSIVALAKA, C.; 
MARIETTE, V.; VERBEQUE, V.; PICHON, A.; 
DEVEAUX, M. 

An upper layer temperature forecast in the Bay 
of Biscay 

OA097 STUTZER, S.; KRAUSS, W. 

The overflow of Denmark strait overflow water 
in a numerical model 
OA098 ROLINSKI, S. 

Particle transport simulations in coastal areas of 
the German Bight 

OA099 VIEZZOLI, D.; MALACIC, V. 

Tidal dynamics of the northern Adriatic Sea. 
Comparison of measurements and model results 
in the Gulf of Trieste 
OAIOO SOUVERMEZOGLOU, E.; 
KRASAKOPOULOU, E. 

The effect of water formation on the distribtuion 
of oxygen and nutrients in the northern Aegean 
Sea 


OA6 Dynamics of the polar ocean and its 
coupling to sea ice I 

Convener: Willmott, A.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Lemke, P. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CALLIOPE 
Chairperson: Willmott, A.J. 

08:30 BIRNBAUM, G. 

Modelling of atmosphere - sea ice interaction in the 
region of medium-sized polynyas 
08:45 FICHEFET, T.; GOOSSE, H. 

A numerical investigation of the Ross Sea polynya 
09:00 MORALES MAQUEDA, M.A.; WILLMOTT, A.J. 
A model for the time evolution of a latent heat 
polynya on the lee side of an island. Application to 
the St. Lawrence Island polynya 
09:15 THOMAS, M. 

Dynamics and thermodynamics of sea ice leads in 
the Weddell Sea 
09:30 SALAS Y MELIA, D. 

The regional impact of a lead model on sea ice 
concentration 


09:45 WOLFF, J.-O.; MARSLAND, S. 

Southern ocean coupled ocean/sea-ice modelling at 
medium and high resolutions 
10:00 GROTEFENDT, K.; BACKHAUS, J.O. 

The freshwater layer in the Greenland Sea 
10:15 WALTER, M.; RHEE4, M. 

Mechanisms of deep water formation and modifica¬ 
tion in the Greenland Sea 
10:30 BREAK 


Chairperson: Lemke, P. 


11:00 KOLTYSHEV, A.; PRIAMIKOV, S.; TIMOKHOV, 
L.; COLONY, R.; MANLEY, T.; MORISON, J.; 
TANIS, F. 

Thermohaline structure and macroscale variability of 
the Arctic Ocean 

11:15 WEHDE, H.; BACKHAUS, J.O. 

The influence of oceanic convection in carbon 
distribution 


11:30 

11:45 

12:15 

12:30 

12:45 

13:00 


EIDSVIK, K.J.; UTNES, T. 

Sediment entrainment into ice via suspended ice 
crystals 

IKEDA, M.; UKITA, J. 

A new research initiative for the coupled 
air-ice-ocean system in the Arctic (Solicited Paper) 
GARRIC, G.; TANSLEY, C.; JAMES, I.N. 
Dynamics of atmosphere-sea ice interactions at 
different resolutions in a simple GCM 
LE CLAINCHE, Y.; BRACONNOT, P.; MARTI, 


O.; JOUSSAUME, S. 

Coupling processes in high latitudes in the IPSL 
global coupled model 

RASMUSSEN, E.B.; CHRISTENSEN, J.H. 

A high resolution simulation of the Greenland sea 
Gyre with a coupled air-sea-ice regional model 



LUNCH 


Chairperson: Morales Maqueda, M.A. 

14:00 PIACSEK, S.; WARN-VARNAS, A.; STARK, D.; 
MEHRA, A. 

Sensitivity studies for modelling the GIN and 
Barents Seas with North Atlantic and Arctic models 
14:15 GERDES, R.; KOEBERLE, C. 

Large scale Atlantic Ocean response to high latitude 
atmospheric forcing in a coupled ocean-sea ice 
model 

14:30 PIETRZAK, J.; RASMUSSEN, E.; JACOBSEN, 
J.B. 

Large scale modelling of the Greenland Iceland and 
Norwegian seas 

14:45 WILLMOTT, A.J.; MORALES MAQUEDA, M.A.; 
DARBY, M.S. 

Decadal variability in a coupled sea 
ice-ocean-atmosphere model 
15:00 HARDER, M.; LEMKE, P.; HILMER, M. 

Atmosphere-sea ice-ocean fluxes in SIMIP runs 
15:15 STEINER, N.; HARDER, M.; LEMKE, P.; 
SCHUSTER, S. 

Comparison of simulated and observed sea ice 
roughness 

15:30 JURRENS, R. 

Annual mean surface fluxes in polar regions simulat¬ 
ed with REMO 


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15:45 PARKINSON, C.L.; CAVALLIERI, DJ.; 
GLOERSEN, P.; ZWALLY, H.J.; COMISO, J.C. 
Arctic Sea ice variability (Solicited Paper) 

16:15 QIAN, B.; CORTE-REAL, J.; XU, H. 

Preliminary study on variability of arctic sea ice 
extent 

16:30 MARTIN, T.; KREYSCHER, M.; KOLATSCHEK, 
J. 

Validation of a large-scale sea-ice model with SSM/I 
derived sea-ice drift fields for the Arctic 
16:45 HILMER, M.; HARDER, M.; LEMKE, P. 

Variability of a 40-year simulation of the Arctic sea 
ice cover 

17:00 END OF PART I 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


OA6 Dynamics of the polar ocean and its 
coupling to sea ice II 

Convener: Willmott, A.J. 

Co-Convener(s); Lemke, P. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CALLIOPE 
Chairperson: Harder, M. 

08:30 MARKUS, T. 

A mixed-layer model of the southern ocean forced 
by satellite-derived ice concentrations 
08:45 BUKATOV, A.E.; BUKATOV, A.A. 

The broken ice effect on the propagation of surface 
waves of finite amplitude 

09:00 RUDELS, B.; SCHAUER, U.; MUENCH, R.D.; 
GUNN, J. 

The importanee of advection, frontal mixing and 
slope convection for the Arctic Ocean intermediate 
and deep water characteristics 
09:15 STEELE, M.; BOYD, T. 

Retreat of the cold halocline layer in the Arctic 

09:30 SCHAUER, U.; RUDELS, B.; LOENG, H.; 
MUENCH, R.; SWIFT, J. 

Modification of waters in the Barents Sea and their 
input to the Eurasian basin through St. Aima Trough 
09:45 ANDERSON, L.G.; CHIERICI, M.; FRANSSON, 
A.; DRANGE, H.; JOHANNESSEN, T.; 
SKJELVAN, I. 

Annual variability of carbon flux in the upper 
Greenland Sea, as evaluated from measmed data and 
a box model 

10:00 KARCHER, M.J.; HARMS, I.H.; SMITH, J.M. 
Using observed and simulated '^^I and '^^Cs distribu¬ 
tions for tracing Arctic ocean circulation 
10:15 MERLIVAT, L.; HOOD, M. 

Time series of PCO 2 , SST and fluorescence data 
measured by Carioca buoys drifting in the Greenland 
Sea between August 1996 and April 1997 
10:30 END OF SESSION 


Attend the Business Meeting of your Section 

on Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, Lecture Room Clio 


OA6 Dynamics of the polar ocean and its 
coupling to sea ice - Poster Session 

Convener: Willmott, A.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Lemke, P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA034 WILKINSON, J.; WADHAMS, P.; 
MELDRUM, D. 

Investigation of small scale ice dynamics within 
the Odden by the use of a GPS/ARGOS drifter 
OA035 WILKINSON, J.; WADHAMS, P. 

Ice-ocean physics from the March 1997 "Jan 
Mayen" cruise to the Odden 
OA036 SMONSEN, K.; DRANGE, H. 

The general circulation, thermodynamics and 
water mass transformation in the Greenland Sea 
OA037 MUENCH, R.D.; GUNN, J.T.; JOHNSON, E. 

Submarine-based current measurements in the 
Arctic Ocean: some early results 
OA038 RUDELS, R.; MEYER, R.; IVANOV, V.; 
QUADFASEL, D. 

Hydrographic conditions in northern Fram Strait 
OA039 RUDELS, B.; GROVALL, H.; HIETALA, R.; 
LAUNIAINEN, J. 

Characteristics of the Denmark Strait overflow 
plume in fall 1997 

OA040 SCHAUER, U.; FAHRBACH, E. 

Interannual variability of a dense bottom water 
plume in the western Barents Sea 
OA041 BUKATOV, A.E.; ZAV’YALOV, D.D. 

Specialities of the flexural-gravity wave propaga¬ 
tion through the rupture in the ice field 
OA042 BUKATOV, A.E,; ZHARKOV, V.V. 

Surface waves miming onto the bottom’s step in 
the sea with ice cover 
OA043 SODERKVIST, J.; BJORK, G. 

The climate sensitivity of the Arctic ocean ice 
cover; some results from a fully coupled 
atmosphere-ice-ocean column model 
OA044 CONNOLLEY, W.M.; LACHLAN-COPE, T.; 
MARSHALL, G.J.; LEONARD, S.; TURNER, J. 
Synoptic modelling of winter sea ice in the 
Bellingshausen Sea 
OA045 HANNA, E. 

Recent variablity of Antarctic sea-ice concentra¬ 
tion and its physical causes 
OA046 CARRIERES, T.; SAYED, M. 

A comparison of ice drift simulations in the Gulf 
of St. Lawrence using Lagrangian and Eulerian 
models 

OA047 GOOSSE, H.; FICHEFET, H. 

Influence of sea-ice-ocean interactions on the 
ocean general circulation 
OA048 ARKHIPKIN, V.S.; DIORDIEV, K.I. 

Peculiarities of the ice drift in the Arctic Basin 
OA049 NIKIFOROV, S.; DUNAEV, N. 

Coastal geodynamics of Chukchy sea 
OA050 NIKIFOROV, S.; DUNAEV, N. 

Laptev’s sea level variability in connection with 
green house effects 

OA051 TOUDAL, L.; WADHAMS, P.; WILKINSON, 
J. 

Preconditions for convection in the Greenland 
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OA052 TIMOKHOV, L.; COLONY, R.; KOLTYSHEV, 
A. 

Natural cycles and patterns among the upper 
ocean circulation of the Arctic Ocean, surface 
wind, and sea ice extent in the Siberian Seas 

OAT Antarctic ocean circulation: observations 
and models - Poster Session 

Convener: Beckmann, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Garcia, M.A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Beckmann, A. 

OA053 GROSFELD, K.; SCHRODER, M.; 
FAHRBACH, E.; GERDES, R. 

Changes in the circulation pattern and water 
mass characteristics of the Filchner trough as a 
(possible) consequence of iceberg calving 
OA054 FOLDVIK, A.; GAMMELSROD, T.; 
NYGAARD, E.; ISTERHUS, S. 

One-year records of currents, temperature and 
salinity near the Ronne Ice Shelf, the Weddell 
Sea 

OA055 HELLMER, H.H.; BECKMANN, A. 

The influence of ice shelves on Weddell Sea 
waters 

OA056 UOTILA, J.; LAUNIAINEN, J.; VIHMA, T. 

Response of the Weddell Sea ice pack to wind 
forcing 

OA057 BEREZUTSKB, A.V.; SKLYAROV, V.E. 

Sonar measurements of current velocities in the 
Antarctic Ocean: results of the PS4 WOCE 
transect 

OA058 HARLANDER, U.; GASSMANN, A. 

Rossby waveguides in polar shear flows with 
boundaries 

OA059 UDISTI, R.; BECAGLI, S.; TRAVERSE R.; 
VERMIGLI, S.; PICCARDI, G. 

Fluoride sources and distribution at Northern 
Victoria Land (Antarctica) 

OA060 WADHAMS, P.; PARMIGGIANI, F.F.; DE 
CAROLIS, G. 

Sea ice properties at the Antarctic winter ice 
edge from ERS-2 SAR imagery 


OAT Antarctic ocean circulation: observations 
and models 

Convener: Beckmann, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Garcia, M.A. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: URANIE 
Chairperson: Beckmann, A. 

11:00 MARTINSON, D. 

Spatial/temporal patterns in Weddell gyre 
chracteristics and their relationship to global climate 
(Solicited Paper) 


11:30 FAHRBACH, E.; HELLMER, H.; MEYER, R.; 
ROHARDT, G.; SCHROEDER, M.; WOODGATE, 
R. 

Gradual warming of the Weddell deep and bottom 
water 

11:45 GARCIA, M.A. 

Decadal-scale variability of properties of the basin 
waters of teh Bransfield Strait (Antarctica) 

12:00 BONEKAMP, H.; STERL, A.; KOMEN, G.J. 

Interannual variability in the southern ocean associat¬ 
ed with the Antarctic circumpolar wave 
12:15 CONNOLLEY, W.M.; HARANGOZO, S.A.; 
KING, J.C. 

Observations and modelling of large-scale variations 
in Antarctic sea ice edge 
12:30 SEMTNER, A.; ZHANG, Y. 

Antarctic currents in high-resolution ocean and 
climate models 
12:45 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Garcia, M.A. 

14:00 MUENCH, R.D. 

Deep ocean ventilation through Antarctic intermedi¬ 
ate waters: the DOVETAIL Program (Solicited 
Paper) 

14:30 GORDON, A. 

Western Weddell outflow: thermohaline stratification 
14:45 VISBECK, M. 

Direct velocity measurements related to western 
Weddell outflow: transports and mixing 
15:00 SCHODLOK, M.; HELLMER, H.H. 

Spreading of water masses formed in the Weddell 
Sea 

15:15 GOMIS, D.; PASCUAL, A.; GARCIA, M.A.; 
LOPEZ, O. 

Three-dimensional circulation and mass transport in 
the western Bransfield Strait (Antarctica) during 
austral summer 
15:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Hellmer, H. 

16:00 GROSFELD, K.; GERDES, R. 

Ocean circulation in the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf 
domain from 3D-modelling results 
16:15 MAKINSON, K. 

Tidal residual currents: their contribution to ocean 
circulation beneath Filchner-Ronne ice shelf 
16:30 BECKMANN, A.; HELLMER, H.H.; 
TIMMERMANN, R. 

A numerical model of the Weddell Sea: large-scale 
circulation and water mass distribution 
16:45 TIMMERMANN, R.; BECKMANN, A. 

Seasonal variability of sea ice in a coupled ice-ocean 
model focussed on the Weddell Sea 
17:00 ZHANG, Y.; SEMTNER, A.J. 

Ocean-ice interaction within the Weddell and Cos¬ 
monaut Seas from high-resolution models 
17:15 SALAS Y MELIA, D.; THORKILDSEN, F. 

A global ocean-sea ice coupled model: results for 
antarctic seas 

17:30 NAVEIRA GARABATO, A.C.; STRASS, V.H.; 
LEACH, H. 

3D mesoscale circulation at the Antarctic Polar Front 
- impacts on primary production 
17:45 END OF SESSION 


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OA8 The Mediterranean Sea: general circula¬ 
tion variability and related processes 

Convener: Pinardi, N. 

Co-Convener(s): Send, U. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: URANIE 
Co-sponsored by: E.U. - MAST Programme 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:30 CRISE, A.; CRISPI, G.; SOLIDORO, C. 

Interannual and seasonal variability of the Mediterra¬ 
nean ecosystem. A numerical study 
08:45 ELMOUSSAOUI, A.; BECKERS, J.-M. 

Isophycnal Mediterranean data analysis and seasonal 
variability of the outcroping 

09:00 NORRO, A.; MARSALEK, P.; DIAZ, F.; 
ESTOURNEL, C. 

Hydrodynamic-biogeochemical 3D coupled model in 
the Gulf of Lion (France) 

09:15 MANCA, B.; KOVACEVIC, V.; SCARAZZATO, 
P. 

The two regimes of intermediate/deep flow pattern 
between the Ionian and Adriatic Sea 
09:30 WU, P.; HAINES, K. 

Modelling the spreading of the Aegean deep water 
and its effect 
09:45 RHEIN, M. 

Deep and intermediate water'circulation in the 
western Mediterranean 

10:00 ARTALE, V.; D’ORTENZIO, F.; lUDICONE, D.; 
MARCULLO, S.; RUPOLO, V.; SANTOLERI, R. 
Hydrological characteristics of the LIW in long 
integrated OGCM experiments 
10:15 KIOROGLOU, S.; THEOCHARIS, A. 

Identification, pathways and mixing of intermediate 
water masses in the eastern Mediterranean during 
October - November 1991 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 BECKERS, J.M.; MEDMEX GROUP 

Results of the Mediterranean models evaluation 
experiment (MEDMEX) 

11:15 BENKIRAN, M.; DE MEY, P. 

Comparison of vertical projection schemes applied to 
data assimilation in the Mediterranean 
11:30 BASCHEK, B.; SEND, U. 

Analysis of flow and transport measurements in the 
Strait of Gibraltar 

11:45 MATTHIESEN, S.; HAINES, K. 

Hydraulic control and overmixing in a 
Gibraltar-Mediterranean box model 
12:00 PIERINI, S.; RUBINO, A. 

Circulation modelling studies in the Straits of Sicily 
12:15 MORTIER, L.; GERVASIO, L.; CREPON, M. 
High resolution numerical model of Sicily strait: 
splitting of MAW current into two branches at the 
strait level 
12:30 ONKEN, R. 

Winter circulation in the Antalya basin 
12:45 RIERA, M.; PINT, J.M.; LOPEZ-JURADO, J.L.; 
GANACHAUD, A. 

Time flow variability in the Balearic channels and its 
relevance for the western Mediterranean circulation 
13:00 LUNCH 


Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 GIORGETTI, A.; MANCA, B. 

Interannual variability of the Dense water in teh 
Adriatic Sea for the last 40 years 
14:15 MAGGIORE, A.; ZAVATARELLI, M.; PINARDI, 
N. 

Modelling the interannual variability of the Adriatic 
Sea general ciruculation 

14:30 AUCLAIR, F.; MARSALEIX, P.; ESTOURNEL, 
C.; CASITAS, S. 

Modelling of the coastal ocean circulation in the 
north-western Mediterranean Sea: method and results 
14:45 MYERS, P.G.; HAINES, K. 

A flux forced ocean general circulation model of the 
Mediterranean 

15:00 COLAS, F.; CREPON, M. 

Box models of the Mediterranean Sea and multiple 
equilibria of the thermohaline circulation 
15:15 SANDO, A.B. 

The general circulation of the Mediterranean Sea 
using an isopycnic coordinate ocean general circula¬ 
tion model (Poster) 

15:20 MARTEL, F. 

An analysis of the surface circulation internal vari¬ 
ability of the Mediterranean Sea in a medmex 
modelling experiment (Poster) 

15:25 ARTALE, V.; CONVERSANO, R.; SANNINO, G. 

A numerical study of the Gibraltar Strait (Poster) 
15:30 FAGGIOLI, D.; MORTIER, L.; CREPON, M. 

A very high resolution model of the circulation of 
the Mediterranean Sea (Poster) 

15:35 ARTALE, V.; RAGO, V.; lUDICONE, D.; 
RUPOLO, V. 

Comparative studies between results from box 
models and OGCMS applied to the Mediterranean 
Sea (Poster) 

15:40 BRANKART, J.M.; PINARDI, N. 

Decadal and interannual variability in the Mediterra¬ 
nean Sea: model simulations and observations 
(Poster) 

15:45 DJENIDI, S.; KOSTIANOY, A.G.; LACROIX, G.; 
SHEREMET, N.A. 

Comparative analysis of SST interannual variability 
in the west Mediterranean Sea and north-east Atlan¬ 
tic Ocean (Poster) 

15:50 SELLSCHOPP, J. 

Western Mediterranean tpe LIW in the Sicilian 
Channel (Poster) 

15:55 BOBANOVIC, J. 

The response of the Adriatic Sea to an idealised 
travelling storm (Poster) 

16:00 BUONGIORNO-NARDELLI, B.; SALUSTI, E. 

On dense water formation criteria and their applica¬ 
tion to the Mediterranean Sea (Poster) 

16:05 WARN-VARNAS, A.; PIACSEK, S.; CLIFFORD, 
M.; HERMAND, J.-P. 

Studies of the mesoscale field during the 1995 
Yellow Shark tomography experiment (Poster) 
16:10 CASTELLARI, S.; PINARDI, N. 

Numerical simulations of the Mediterranean general 
circulation for the period 1979-1993 (Poster) 

16:15 KAMPER, S. 

Recent redistribution of helium in the eastern Medi¬ 
terranean (Poster) 


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16:20 BADEWIEN, T.; RHEIN, M. 

Gas transfer parameterization in the western Mediter¬ 
ranean (Poster) 

16:25 TOMASIN, A.; PIRAZZOLI, P.A. 

The seiches of the Adriatic Sea (Poster) 

16:30 GUERZONI, S.; ROSSINI, P. 

Is desert dust a possible atmospheric fertiliser for the 
Mediterranean ecosystem? (Poster) 

16:35 DRAKOPOULOS, P.G.; TSIMPLIS, M.N. 

Transports in eastern mediterranean during winter 
1995 (Poster) 

16:40 END OF SESSION 


OA8 The Mediterranean Sea: general circula¬ 
tion variability and related processes - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Pinardi, N. 

Co-Convener(s): Send, U. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Co-sponsored by: E.U. - MAST Programme 

OAlOl SANDO, A.B. 

The general circulation of the Mediterranean Sea 
using an isopycnic coordinate ocean general 
circulation model 
OA102 MARTEL, F. 

An analysis of the surface circulation internal 
variability of the Mediterranean Sea in a medmex 
modelling experiment 

OA103 ARTALE, V.; CONVERSANO, R.; SANNINO, 
G. 

A numerical study of the Gibraltar Strait 
OA104 FAGGIOLI, D.; MORTIER, L.; CREPON, M. 

A very high resolution model of the circulation 
of the Mediterranean Sea 

OA105 ARTALE, V.; RAGO, V.; lUDICONE, D.; 
RUPOLO, V. 

Comparative studies between results from box 
models and OGCMS applied to the Mediterra¬ 
nean Sea 

OA106 BRANKART, J,M.; PINARDI, N. 

Decadal and interannual variability in the Medi¬ 
terranean Sea: model simulations and observa¬ 
tions 

OA107 DJENIDI, S.; KOSTIANOY, A.G.; LACROIX, 
G.; SHEREMET, N.A. 

Comparative analysis of SST interannual vari¬ 
ability in the west Mediterranean Sea and 
north-east Atlantic Ocean 
OA108 SELLSCHOPP, J. 

Western Mediterranean tpe LIW in the Sicilian 
Channel 

OA109 BOBANOVIC, L 

The response of the Adriatic Sea to an idealised 
travelling storm 

OAl 10 BUONGIORNO-NARDELLI, B.; SALUSTI, E. 

On dense water formation criteria and their 
application to the Mediterranean Sea 
OAlll WARN-VARNAS, A.; PIACSEK, S.; 
CLIFFORD, M.; HERMAND, J.-P. 

Studies of the mesoscale field during the 1995 
Yellow Shark tomography experiment 


OAl 12 CASTELLARI, S.; PINARDI, N. 

Numerical simulations of the Mediterranean 
general circulation for the period 1979-1993 
OAl 13 KAMPER, S. 

Recent redistribution of helium in the eastern 
Mediterranean 

OAl 14 BADEWIEN, T.; RHEIN, M. 

Gas transfer parameterization in the western 
Mediterranean 

OAl 15 TOMASIN, A.; PIRAZZOLI, P.A. 

The seiches of the Adriatic Sea 
OA116 GUERZONI, S.; ROSSINI, P. 

Is desert dust a possible atmospheric fertiliser for 
the Mediterranean ecosystem? 

OAl 17 DRAKOPOULOS, P.G.; TSIMPLIS, M.N. 

Transports in eastern mediterranean during winter 
1995 


OA9 Basic turbulence studies - Poster Session 

Convener: Petrosyan, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Gerz, T. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Petrosyan, A. 

OA217 VILORIA, R.E.; TRICIO, V.; RODRIGUEZ, 
L.R.; GONZALEZ, M.L; SERNA, A. 

Study of the atmospheric stability by using a 9 m 
meteorological mast 

OA218 BATCHVAROVA, E.; GRYNING, S.-E. 

Atmospheric turbulence and internal boundary 
layer development in Athens during the 
MEDCAPHOT-TRACE experiment 
OA219 MIX, W.; ZIEMANN, A.; GOLDBERG, V.; 
BERNHARDT, K. 

Simulation of meteorological quantities in plant 
stands 

OA220 INFANTE, C.; SOLER, M.R.; CONANGLA, L. 

Surface fluxes variability and his influence onthe 
development of the planetary boundary layer 
OA221 CONANGLA, L.; VILA, L; SOLER, M.R. 

Stable boundary layer height derived from mea¬ 
surements and a planetary boundary layer model 
OA222 BUENESTADO, P.; SOLER, M.R. 

Vertical variation in turbulent statistics 
OA223 LESSENS, J.; BENECH, B.; CAMPISTRON, 
B.; JACOBY, S.; DUPONT, E.; CARISSIMO, 
B. 

UHF validation campaign using rawinsoundings, 
sodar, anemometers and disdrometer 
OA224 KHVEDELIDZE, Z.; BIBILASHVILI, T.; 
DANELIA, R. 

Calculation of the turbulent heat flow by means 
of the gradient method for the mountain terrain 
OA225 GURGENIDZE, M.; BIBILASHVILI, T.; 
KHVEDELIDZE, Z. 

Mathematical model of the turbulent flow of the 
polluted air with the due regard of the relief of 
Republic of Georgia 


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OA9 Basic turbulence studies 

Convener: Petrosyan, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Gerz, T. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ERATO 
Chairperson: Petrosyan, A. 

08:30 ZILITINKEVICH, S.; GRYANIK, V.M.; 
LYKOSSOV, V.N.; MIRONOV, D.V. 

A new concept of the 3rd order transport and 
non-local turbulence closures for convective bound¬ 
ary layers (CBLs) (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 ANFOSSI, D.; DEGRAZIA, G.; FERRERO, E.; 
GRYNING, S.E.; MORSELLI, M.G.; TRIM 
CASTELLI, S. 

Experimental evaluation of Kolmogorov constant CO 
in the atmospheric surface layer 
09:15 CHALLINOR, A.J.; MOBBS, S.D.; GARDINER, 
B.A. 

First-order closure numerical modelling of the 
atmospheric boundary layer in and above a forest 
canopy 

09:30 MODZELEWSKI, H. 

A prognostic parameterization of the transient 
turbulence matrix for non-local closure 
09:45 MASSON, V.; BOUGEAULT, P. 

A new way to parameterize turbulence over high 
mountains 

10:00 DROBINSKI, P.; BROWN, R.A.; FLAMANT, 
P.H.; PELON, J. 

Modulation of surface fluxes by organized large 
eddies 

10:15 BREAK 

Chairperson: Bergmann, J.C. 

11:00 HAUSCHILD, A.; SPITZER, H.-J. 

Problems of and approaches to scale separation using 
the example of advection 

11:15 DURAND, P.; THOUMIEUX, F.; LAMBERT, D. 
Turbulent length scales in the marine atmospheric 
mixed layer 

11:30 ZILITINKEVICH, S.; JOHANSSON, P.-E.; 
BAKLANOV, A.; MIRONOV, D.V. 

A prognostic equation for the depth of evolving 
stably stratified atmospheric planetary boundary 
layers 

11:45 DAVES, B.; TAMPIERI, F.; TUBINO, M.; ZARDI, 
D. 

Exchange processes in a valley system: the effects of 
local circulation 

12:00 FERRARI, A.; TAMPIERI, F.; ZARDI, D. 

Convection and thermal structure in an alpine valley 
12:15 PAVLOV, S.; PETROSYAN, A. 

The cloudy boundary layer flows visualisation 
12:30 ATHANASSIADOU, M.; CASTRO, l.P. 

Wind - tunnel experiments of neutral flow over 
series of rough hills 

12:45 BLUMEN, W.; GROSSMAN, R.L. 

Physical processes in the atmosphere near the 
surface at night 
13:00 LUNCH 


Chairperson: Petrosyan, A. 

14:00 LARSEN, S.; ZILITINKEVICH, S. 

Surface fluxes in climate system. A new EU Project 
"SFINCS" (the years 1998-2000) (Solicited Paper)* 
14:30 CASADIO, S.; RAO, M.P.; CACCIANI, M.; 
CALISSE, P.G.; CASTRACANE, P.; FIOCCO, G. 
Measurement of atmospheric water vapor flux in the 
nocturnal urban boundary layer 
14:45 JACOBY, S.; BENECH, B.; CAMPISTRON, B.; 
DESSEN, J.; DUPONT, E.; CARISSIMO, B. 
Analysis of turbulence measurements in the atmo¬ 
spheric boundary layer by UHF profiler, sodar and 
sonic anemometer 
15:00 BERGMANN, J.C. 

Momentum balance-determined height of neutral and 
stable idealised PBL - applied to Cabauw and 
Leipzig data 

15:15 TOZZA, J.-R.; HANUISE, C.; GRESILLON, D. 
Characterization of atmospheric turbulence by the 
collective wave scattering approach 
15:30 ZIEMANN, A.; ARNOLD, K.; RAABE, A. 

Theoretical study of acoustic tomography inside the 
atmospheric boundary layer 
15:45 ARNOLD, K.; ZIEMANN, A.; RAABE, A. 

Experimental method of acoustic tomography of the 
atmospheric surface layer 

16:00 CALANCA, P.; FORRER, J.; ROTACH, M. 

The stably stratified boundary layer over the Green¬ 
land ice sheet 

16:15 Meeting of participants of SFINCS Project 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


OAIO Fluxes over terrestrial surfaces 

.1 Surface fluxes in non-homogeneous 
terrain 

Convener: Foken, Th. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: Jensen, N.O. 

Methodological studies I 

09:00 PAMN, G.N.; TETZLAFF, G.; RAABE, A. 

Turbulent simulation of the air flux above inhomoge¬ 
neous surfaces 
09:15 HORST, T.W. 

The fetch requirements for profile and Bowen-ratio 
measurements of scalar fluxes 
09:30 SCHMID, H.P. 

Scaling up of measured fluxes from a vegetation 
stand to the ecosystem scale: a footprint based 
methodology 

09:45 FRIBORG, T.; SOEGAARD, H.; NORSTROEM, C.; 
HANSEN, B.U.; CHRISTENSEN, T.R. 

Scaling of COj and CH 4 fluxes from chambers to 
landscape scale 

10:00 JENSEN, N.O.; HASAGER, C.B. 

On scalar surface flux aggregation in heterogeneous 
landscapes 
10:15 BREAK 


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Chairperson; Schmid, H.P. 

Methodological studies II 

10:45 FRIEDRICH, K.; MOLDERS, N. 

A numerical case study on the sensitivity of the 
water and energy fluxes to the heterogeneity of the 
distribution of land use 

11:00 ISSLER, S.A.; ROTACH, M.W.; SCHMID, H.P. 
Large eddy simulation in neutral stratification over 
inhomogeneous vegetation canopy 
11:15 IRTTZ, Z.; LINDROTH, A. 

Evaluation of the time-step effect on model results 
by using the modified Shuttleworth-Wallace evapora¬ 
tion model 

11:30 PANIN, G.N.; NASONOV, A.E.; FOKEN, TH. 
Model of the energy-mass exchange in a coastal 
zone 

11:45 WEEDINGER, T.; MATYASOVSZKY, I. 

Estimating turbulent fluxes using an optimal averag¬ 
ing method 
12:00 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Horst, T.W. 

Experimental studies I 

14:00 DISABATINO, S.; TAMPIERI,, F.; TROMBETTI, 
F. 

The growth of the internal boundary layer in differ¬ 
ent stability conditions 
14:15 JEGEDE, O.O.; FOKEN, TH. 

Influence of roughness change on the profiles of 
mean wind and momentum flux observed in the 
neutral surface layer 

14:30 KUKHARTES, V.P.; TSVANG, L.R.; RICHTER, 
S.H.; WEISENSEE, U.; FOKEN, TH. 

Variation of the surface temperature and the closure 
of the energy balance of the surface layer 
14:45 GROSSMAN, R.L.; LEMONE, M.A.; BLUMEN, 
W. 

Effect of soil moisture on the diurnal variability of 
the atmospheric boundary layer 
15:00 PHERSSON, M.; LINDROTH, A. 

Effects of soil moisture dynamics on transpiration in 
a mixed coniferous forst in central Sweden 

Chairperson: Panin, G.N. 

Experimental studies II 

15:15 HOBBS, S.E.; DYER, D.J. 

Surface flux observations using remotely piloted 
aircraft - initial results 
15:30 STRUNIN, M.A.; FOKEN, TH. 

Influence of non-homogeneity of underlying surface 
on the structure of turbulence in the atmospheric 
boundary layer 

15:45 SCHUEPP, P.H.; OGUNJEMIYO, S.O.; 
KAHARABATA, S.; DESJARDINS, R.L.; 
MACPHERSON, J.I. 

Low-level airborne flux observations over heteroge¬ 
neous terrain in BOREAS 


16:00 VON HUNERBEIN, S.; GASSNER, M.; RICHNER, 
H. 

Surface heatflux extrapolated from sodar-derived 
heatflux profiles 

16:15 LAUBACH, J.; MCNAUGHTON, K.G. 

Unequal eddy diffusivities of heat and water vapour 
at the base of an advective inversion 

Chairperson: Foken, Th. 

Special studies 

16:30 POGGIO, L.; FURGER, M.; GRABER, W.K.; 
PREVOT, A. 

Scidar/DOAS measurements during the VOTALP 
valley experiment 

16:45 TAGLIAZUCCA, M.; GIOSTRA, U.; CAVA, D. 
Spectral analysis of topographic forcings in a stable 
boundary layer 

17:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


OAIO Fluxes over terrestrial surfaces 

.1 Surface fluxes in non-homogeneous 
terrain - Poster Session 

Convener: Foken, Th. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Foken, Th. 

OA226 WEBER, R.O. 

Remarks on the definition of friction velocity 
OA227 INFANTE, C.; SOLER, M.R. 

Land surface parameterization model. Compari¬ 
son with measurements 
OA228 LUND, M.R. 

Modelling the partitioning of the evaporation 
from a heterogeneous millet crop in Burkina 
Faso 

OA229 RAABE, A.; TETZLAFF, G.; PANIN, G.N. 

Underestimation of turbulent fluxes and the 
degree of inhomogeneity of the land surface 
around the experimental site 
OA230 ZIEMANN, A.; ARNOLD, K.; RAABE, A. 

An experimental method for characterisation of 
non-ideal measuring sites 
OA231 SIEGRIST, F. 

Vertical flux profiles and problems of energy 
balance closure within the planetary boundary 
layer derived from eddy correlation measure¬ 
ments and tethered balloon soundings 
OA232 BEYRICH, F.; NEISSER, J.; QUANTE, M.; 
WODE, CH. 

Fluxes over heterogeneous land surfaces - the 
LITFASS-1998 experiment 
OA233 ALADOS-ARBOLEDAS, L.; OLMO, F.J. 

Sensible heat flux and radiometric surface tem¬ 
perature over sparse vegetation in a semiarid 
region 

OA234 HURTALOVA, T. 

Parametrization of local advection influence on 
water transport 

OA235 KOWALSKI, A.S.; VONG, R.J. 

Vertical evolution of turbulent cloudwater fluxes 
above forest 


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OA236 MARTANO, P.; MATING, M. 

Vertical fluxes balance in coastal sites 
OA237 CARDOSO, R.M.A.P.; MIRANDA, P.M.A. 

Momentum fluxes due to sub-grib scale 
orographic effects 

OA238 BLYTH, E.; HUNTINGFORD, C. 

Estimating potential evaporation over a hill 
OA239 DRUILHET, A.; SAID, F. 

Surface fluxes, turbulent moments and character¬ 
istic scales of a tropical forest, a tropical savan¬ 
nah and a Sahelian savannah in Africa 
OA240 LEVY, P.E.; GRELLE, A.; LINDROTH, A.; 
MOLDER, M.; JARVIS, P.G.; KRUIJT, B.; 
MONCRIEFF, J.B. 

Regional-scale COj fluxes over central Sweden 
by a boundary layer budget method 
OA241 FINKELE, K.; KATZFEY, J.J.; KOWALCZYK, 
E.A.; MCGREGOR, J.L.; RAUPACH, M.R. 
Regional energy flux measurements and model¬ 
ling along a rainfall gradient in Australia 
OA242 PANFYOROV, O.; KROEGER, M.; 
SCHNITZLER, K.-G.; GRAVENHORST, G. 
Influence of vegetation cover heterogeneity on 
the spectral composition of up- and downward 
directed radiative fluxes 

OA243 PAPAIOANNOU, G.; GIANNOPOULOS, P.; 
RETALIS, D.; ASIMOKOPOULOS, D. 
Atmospheric radiation parameterizations 
OA244 GOTTIKH, R.P.; LAUBENBAKH, E.; 
MELTCHOUK, B.; SHABALIN, N.YA.; 
BOROVSKY, M.YA. 

Combine atmo-radiogeochemical survey and 
monitoring of manifestations of endogeneous 
processes 

OAIO Fluxes over terrestrial surfaces 

.2 Long term measurements of surface 
fluxes 

Convener: Valentini, R. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 

Co-sponsored by: IGBP-BAHC, EUROFLUX EC Project 
Chairperson: Schmid, H.-P. 

09:00 AURELA, M.; LAURILA, T.; TUOVINEN, J.-P. 
Measured and modelled CO 2 balances in a wetland 
ecosystem in northern Finland 
09:15 CALVET, J.-C.; NOILHAN, J.; ROUJEAN, J.-L. 
Introducing COj assimilation in ISBA for interactive 
vegetation 

09:30 NORSTROM, C.; FRIBORG, T.; HANSEN, B.U.; 
SOEGAARD, H. 

Measurements of CO2, CH4, sensible and latent heat 
exchange at different tundra surfaces in a high Arctic 
environment 

09:45 MARTIN, P.H.; LONGDOZ, B.; AUBINET, M.; 
SALTELLLI, A.; FRANCOIS, L. 

Comparing, refining, and standardizing water, COj 
and heat exchange modelling methodologies 
10:00 HUMMELSHOEJ, P.; JENSEN, N.O.; 
PILEGAARD, K. 

CO 2 and water vapour fluxes over a Danish beech 
forest 


10:15 SCHMID, H.P.: BATHELMIE, B.; CURTIS, P.; 
GRIMMOND, S.; PRYOR, S.; TEERI, J. 

CO 2 exchange in mixed hardwood forests inthe 
midwestem United States: two AmeriHux projects 
10:30 BREAK 

Session continues 14.00 in room ERATO 

Lecture Room: ERATO 
Chairperson: Betts, A. 

14:00 FRUHAUF, C.; BERNHOFER, CH.; VOGEL, M.; 
ROTHE, M. 

Components of forest evapotranspiration determined 
by micrometeorolocial and plant physiological 
methods 

14:15 VANDENHAUTE, M.; AUBINET, M.; 
CHERMANNE, B.; LONGDOZ, B.; LATTAT, E. 
Long term measurement of fluxes in a mixed 
Ardennes forest: 1. Inference of functional relation¬ 
ships 

14:30 AUBINET, M.; VANDENHAUTE, M.; 
CHERMANNNE, B.; LONGDOZ, B.; LAITAT, E. 
Long term measurement of fluxes in a mixed 
Ardennes forest: 2. Impact of measurement errors on 
the estimation of the carbon sink magnitude 
14:45 VESALA, T.; RANNIK, U.; LAAKSO, L.; 
PUMPANEN, J.; ILVESNIEMI, H.; 
SALKINOJA-SALONEN, M.; WITTMAN, C. 

Soil jjerspiration in cold climate for a Scots pine 
stand 

15:00 MARKKANEN, T.; VESALA, T.; PALVA, L.; 
GARAM, E.; PALMROTH, S.; HARI, P. 

Scaling of Scots pine shoot photosynthesis to canopy 
by high-resolution irradiance measurements 
15:15 SCHMID, H.P.; HOLLINGER, D.; WOFSY, S. 
AmeriFlux - the carbon flux network of the Ameri¬ 
cas: an overview of objectives and goals 
15:30 MARTY, CH.; PHILIPONA, R.; FROEHLICH, C.; 
OHMURA, A. 

Monitoring of longwave radiation in the Swiss Alpes 
15:45 POCCARD, I.; RICHARD, Y. 

A statistical study of NDVI sensitivity to seasonal 
and interannual rainfall variation in Southern Africa 
16:00 LONGDOZ, B.; AUBINET, M.; MARTIN, P.H.; 
FRANCOIS, L.M. 

Calibration and validation of the WATCH-IT model 
16:15 SPINDLER, G.; BRUGGEMANN, E.; 
TEICHMANN, U.; THEISS, D. 

Long term study of wet and dry deposition of 
sulphur at a rural site in eastern Germany 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


OAIO Fluxes over terrestrial surfaces 

.2 Long term measurements of surface 
fluxes 

Convener: Valentini, R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

Co-sponsored by: IGBP-BAHC, EUROFLUX EC Project 

OA246 GARCIA, R.L.; DEMETRIADES-SHAH, T.H.; 
WELLES, J.M.; MCDERMITT, D.K. 
Measurement of soil CO 2 flux 


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OA247 BERBIGIER, P.; OGE, J.; BONNEFOND, J.M.; 
LAMAUD, E.; BRUNET, Y. 

Mass and energy fluxes over a pine forest cano¬ 
py: energy and water balanee closure, and 
intra-annual variations in water and radiation use 
efficiencies 

OA248 RANA, G.; MAGLIULO, V. 

A simplified aerodynamic method to measure 
ammonia flux over field crops under Mediterra¬ 
nean climate 

OA249 MENDONCA LEITE, S.; AMORIM, V. 

A eomparative approach to surface fluxes varia¬ 
tion in the soil/atmosphere interface 
OA250 VOLKOV, YU.A.; PLAKHINA, LN. 

Variations of radiative fluxes in 
ARM-experiment in connection with cloudiness 
(measurement and modelling) 

OA251 PHILIPONA, R.; MARTY, CH.; FROHLICH, 
C.; OHMURA, A. 

Absolute measurements of night sky downwa lling 
longwave radiation 
OA252 KOLLE, O. 

Six years of surface energy and water balance 
measurements at a site with agricultural land use 
OA253 REBMANN, C.; SCHULZE, E.-D.; 
TENHUNEN, J. 

Determination of turbulent fluxes of carbon 
dioxide and water vapour in different measuring 
heights above Spruce forest in south-east Germa¬ 
ny 

OA254 KOWALSKI, A.S.; CEULEMANS, R.; 
AUBINET, M. 

Sensitivity of eddy correlation fluxes to the 
method of flux computation 
OA255 KOWALSKI, A.S.; CEULEMANS, R. 

Eddy correlation fluxes of carbon dioxide and 
water vapour above a mixed forest canopy in the 
Belgian Campine region 
OA256 POLONIO, D.; SOLER, M.R. 

Monthly variability of energy and matter fluxes 
over agricultural canopies. The influence of 
mesoscale and microscale processes 
OA257 TUOVINEN, J,-P.; AURELA, M.; LAURILA, 
T. 

Ozone deposition to a Scots pine and a mountain 
birch forest in northern Europe 
OA258 HEIDENREICH, W.; WOLFF, G.- 
STUDEMANN, O.; ECKERT, S. 

Comparison of Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA) 
concentrations of two spruce sites in the 
Rostoeker Heide, NE Germany 
OA259 NORDSTROM, C.; FRIBORG, T.; HANSEN, 
B.U.; SOEGAARD, H. 

Atmospheric fluxes of CO 2 above a high Arctic 
fen from spring to autumn two successive years 
in NE-Greenland 

OA260 KING, J.C.; ANDERSON, P.S. 

Long-term monitoring of surface fluxes at Halley 
Research Station, Antarctica 
OA261 BETTS, A.K.; GOULDEN, M.; WOFSKY, S. 

Controls on evaporation in a boreal spruce forest 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


OAll Mesoscale transport of air pollution, 
including land/sea areas 

Convener: Mikkelsen, T. 

Co-Convener(s): Artinano, B. 

Tuesday, 21 Aprfl 1998 
Lecture Room: ERATO 
Chaiiperson: Mikkelsen, T. 

11:00 SORENSEN, J.H.; RASMUSSEN, A.; 
ELLERMANN, T.; LYCK, E. 

Evidence for mesoscale influence on long-range 
dispersion (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 LENZ, C.-J.; SCHLUNZEN, K.H.; 
SCHATZMANN, M.; MAJEWSKI, D. 

Calculation of meteorological data with atmospheric 
models of different horizontal resolution 
11:45 BASTRUP-BIRK, A.; BRANDT, J.; MIKKELSEN, 
T.; THYKIER-NIELSEN, S.; ZLATEV, Z. 

Testing meteorological fields and PBL parame- 
terizations for modelling transport, dispersion, and 
deposition - validation against ETEX-1, ETEX-2, 
and Chernobyl 

12:00 CESARI, R.; VOGEL, B.; FIEDLER, F. 

The influence of subgrid scale mixing on the trace 
gas distribution in a numerical weather prediction 
model 

12:15 GIORDANI, H.; PLANTON, S.; CANIAUX, G. 
Ageostrophic circulations over the Azores oceanic 
fi-ont during the SEMAPHORE experiment 
12:30 SOARES, P.M.M.; MIRANDA, P.M.A.; 
BARROSO, C.S.F. 

The sea breeze in the south of Portugal: observations 
and numerical results 

12:45 CHOMETTE, O.; LEGRAND, M.; CAUTENET, 
G.; PRADELLE, F. 

A mesoscale study of a desert plume over west 
Africa and eastern Atlantic. Part 1: radiative impact 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Brandt, J., Sorensen, J.H. 

14:00 CAUTENET, G.; PRADELLE, F.; CHOMETTE, 
O.; LEGRAND, M. 

A mesoscale study of a desert plume over west 
Africa and eastern Atlantic. Part 2: Dynamical and 
microphysical features 
14:15 POULET, D.; CAUTENET, S. 

Redistribution of chemical species in equatorial 
Afiica during biomass burning events 
14:30 RENNER, E.; GOLDNER, R.; MUNZENBERG-ST. 
DENIS, A.; SCHRODER, W. 

Modelling of S02-transport over highly complex 
terrain with METRAS 

14:45 SCHUEPBACH, E.; LIEBERMANN, S.S.; 
LEHMANN, D.; MONKS, P.S.; ZANIS, P.; 
PENKETT, S.A.; SCHNEITER, D.; BUCHMANN, 
B. 

A case study with meso-scale transport of ozone to 
the Alpine site at Jungffaujoch during FREETEX’96 
15:00 WOTAWA, G.; KROEGER, H.; SEIBERT, P. 
Transport of ozone and precursors towards the Alps 
- results of a two-yer model study 
15:15 TROUDE, F.; DUPONT, E.; CARISSIMO, B.; 
FLOSSMANN, A.I. 

3D mesoscale simulation over Paris agglomeration 


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15:30 TULET, P.; ROSSET, R.; GRASSIER, V. 

A case of photooxidant plume modelling over Paris 
area 

15:45 TIPPKE, J.; MEMMESHEIMER, M.; JAKOBS, 
H.J.; EBEL, A.; GRAFF, A.; MOTZ, G.B.; 
HARTMANN, A. 

Emission reduction scenarios on different hoizontal 
scales and its impact on photo-oxidant formation 
16:00 MULLER, F.; SCHLUNZEN, K.H.; 
SCHATZMANN, M. 

Test of mathematical solvers for chemical mecha¬ 
nisms in 3D-air quality models 
16:15 MANTILLA, E.; MILLAN, M.; SALVADOR, R.; 
SANZ, J.M.; CARRATALA, A.; PALAU, J.L. 
Tracking the dynamics of an elevated plume on the 
Spanish Levantine coast 

16:30 SCHMIDT, H.; ELBERN, H.; EBEL, A. 

4D variational assimilation of ozone data with the 
EURAD-CTM 

16:45 JAKOBS, H.J.; EBEL, A.; JACOBSEN, L; 
RISSMANN, J.; FRIEDRICH, R.; WICKERT, B.; 
FIEDLER, F.; NESTER, K. 

A model network for operational regional ozone 
forecast * 

17:00 END OF SESSION 


OAll Mesoscale transport of air pollution, 
including land/sea areas - Poster Ses¬ 
sion 

Convener: Mikkelsen, T. 

Co-Convener(s): Artinano, B. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA263 RUA, A.; GIMENO, L.; MARTIN, I.; 
HERNANDEZ, E. 

Trends and seasonal variations of NH/ in the air 
of Spanish EMEP stations 

OA264 RUA, A.; BOURHIM, S.; HERNANDEZ, E. 

Analysis cluster characterizing SOj and sulphate 
patterns in Europe 

OA265 DE RTODER, K.; MENSINK, C. 

Remotely sensed surface sensible heat flux for 
air pollution dispersion studies 
OA266 BROJEWSKI, R. 

Effective modelling of the low tropospheric 
flows and advective-diffusive processes with a 
singular initial conditions 

OA267 CANEPA, E.; MODESTI, F.; RATTO, C.F. 

Performances of the dispersion code SAFE_AIR 
using different procedures to calculate the 
advective wind 

OA268 RUA, A.; GIMENO, L.; HERNANDEZ, E. 

Geographical sources of suspended particulated 
matter in Spain 

OA269 RUA, A.; GIMENO, L.; HERNANDEZ, E. 

Trends and seasonal variations of the suspended 
particulated matter in Spain 

OA270 RUA, A.; GIMENO, L.; MARTIN, I.; 
HERNANDEZ, E. 

Geographical sources of NH/ in Spain 


OA271 PERIS, G.; SANZA, G.; CARDA, J.; ESTEVE, 
V. 

Quantitative X-ray diffraction analysis and size 
distribution of airborne particulate 
OA272 SANZA, G.; DELGADO, C.; CARDA, J.; 
ESTEVE, V. 

Tropospheric aerosol at three Mediterranean 
sites: elemental composition of fine airborne 
particulate 

OA273 MOLUS, L; DELGADO, C.; ROSEL, J.; 
ESTEVE, V. 

X-ray diffraction phase identification of the 
atmospheric aerosol near the Mediterranean coast 
OA274 DELGADO, C.; SANZA, G.; ROSEL, J.; 
ESTEVE, V. 

X-ray fluorescence elemental analysis of TSP at 
Castellon, Spain 

OA275 QUEROL, X.; ALASTUEY, A.; MANTILLA, 
E.; MIRO, J.V.; LOPEZ-SOLER, A.; PLANA, 
F , ARTINANO, B. 

Determination of source origin of atmospheric 
total suspended particles and PM 10 peaks in a 
rural area from the western Mediterranean basin 


OA12 Extreme weather events in the Medi¬ 
terranean 

Convener: Prodi, F. 

Co-Convener(s): Eidelman, A.E. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: N.N. 

Editors: Prodi, F.; Fantini, M.; Malguzzi, P.; Buzzi, A. 
11:00 FANTINI, M. 

OA 12 - Role of parameterized moisture effects in the devel- 

(X)i opment of mesoscale vortices 

11:15 LIONELLO, P.; MALGUZZI, P.; SANNA, A. 

OA 12 - Air-sea fluxes during the development of a Mediter- 
(K)2 ranean cyclone 

11:30 MALGUZZI, P.; CHESSA, P.; BUZZI, A. 

OA12- The role of surface heat fluxes in the development of 
(K )3 a Mediterranean "hurricane" 

11:45 EIDELMAN, A.; GOLBRAIKH, E. 

OA 12 - Extreme atmospheric events formation due to helical 
(XM turbulence and its laboratory simulation 
12:00 GOLDBAUM, B.; EIDELMAN, A.; BRANOVER, 
OA12- H.; MOISEEV, S.S. 

(x )5 Turbulence in the wake and vortex quasi-particles 
12:15 REALE, O. 

OA 12 - Dynamics and classification of two sub-synoptic 
(x)6 scale "hurricane-like" vortices over the Mediterra¬ 
nean Sea 

12:30 MUGNAI, A.; ACCADIA, C.; DIETRICH, S.; 

OA12. MARZANO, F.S.; ROBERTI, L. 

(x )7 SSM/I analysis of two "hurricane-like" vortices over 
the Mediterranean Sea 

12:45 PYTHAROULIS, I.; CRAIG, G.C.; BALLARD, 
OA12- S.P. 

(X)8 Study of the hurricane-like Mediterranean cyclone of 
January 1995 
13:00 LUNCH 


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Chairperson: N.N. 

Editors: Prodi, F.; Fantini, M.; Malguzzi, P.; Buzzi, A. 

14:00 ESTARELLAS, C.; JANSA, A.; GENOVES, A.; 
OA12- CAMPINS, J.; PICORNELL, M.A. 

009 A case of deep cyclone associated to extreme weath¬ 
er in the Mediterranean 

14:15 BAUER, P.; DRUEN, B.; SCHANZ, L.; SCHULZ, 
OA12- J. 

010 Severe flood events in central Europe: a comparison 
between satellite-derived rain rates and radar mea¬ 
surements 

14:30 SENESI, S.; MOREL, C. 

OA 12 - A climatology of mesoscale convective systems 
on south of the Alps 

14:45 LAGOUVARDOS, K.; KOTRONI, V.; KALLOS, 
OA12- G. 

012 On the March 1987 extreme cold outbreak over the 
Greek peninsula 

15:00 KOTRONI, V.; LAGOUVARDOS, K.; KALLOS, 
OA12- G.; ZIAKOPOULOS, D. 

013 Observational and model analysis of a severe flood¬ 
ing event over Greece 

15:15 QUADRI, C.; FEHLMANN, R.; DAVIES, H.C. 
OA 12 - Upper-level PV structures and heavy precipitation 
014 south of the Alps: a sensitivity study 
15:30 SCHNEIDEREIT, M.; SCHAR, C. 

OAI 2 - Atmospheric flow regimes associated with a 

015 Piedmont-like low-level jet 

15:45 ROMERO, R.; RAMIS, C.; GUIJARRO, A. 

OAI 2 - Objective classification of the heavy rainfall patterns 
016 in Mediterranean Spain 
16:00 FREI, C.; SCHAR, C. 

OA 12 - Heavy precipitation along the southern rim of the 
017 Alps: a climatology from high-resolution rain-gauge 
data 

16:15 MAUGERI, M.; BARBIERO, R.; BELLUME, M. 
OA 12 . Reconstruction of heavy rainfall events over the Po 
019 basin from 1868 to the end of the 19th century 
16:30 BURDE, G.I. 

OAI 2 - A model for dynamic explanation of some dust 
020 events 

16:45 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 

OA12 Extreme weather events in the Medi¬ 
terranean - Poster Session 

Convener: Prodi, F. 

Co-Convener(s): Eidelman, A.E. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: N.N. 

Editors: Prodi, F.; Fantini, M.; Malguzzi, P.; Buzzi, A. 

OA309 TAURAT, D.; KLEPP, C.; PAPKE, F. 

OA 12-021 Monitoring of raining systems using SSM/I and 
METEOSAT data 

OA310 TRIGO, LF.; DAVIES, T.D.; BIGG, G.R. 
OAI 2-022 Objective climatology of cyclones in the Mediter¬ 
ranean region 

OA311 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; GOMEZ, M.; 

OA12-023 OLALLA, R. 

Extreme wind events in Spain 


OA312 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; RODRIGUEZ, T.; 

OAI2-024 TESOURO, M. 

Extreme precipitation events in Spain 
OA313 MOROZOVSKY, E. 

OAi2-()25 Case study of a frontal passage over Israel 
OA314 ARNAUD, P.; PICARD, S.; LAVABRE, J.; 
OA12-()26 DOUGUEDROIT, A. 

Hourly rainfall stochastic generation: application 
on French Mediterranean seaboard 
OA315 BONASONI, P.; BONAFE, U.; CALZOLARI, 
0Ai2-()27 F.; COLOMBO, T.; EVANGELISTI, F.; 

LENAZ, R.; SANTAGUIDA, R.; TESI, G. 

Dust transport across the Mediterranean basin 
and simultaneous abrupt change in the free 
troposphere trace gases behaviour 
OA316 BARGAGLI, A.; CARILLO, A.; MARIOTTI, 
0Ai2-()28 A.; PISACANE, G.; RUTI, P.M.; STRUGLIA, 

M.V. 

An integrated forecast system over the Mediterra¬ 
nean Basin: extreme surge prediction in the 
northern Adriatic Sea 

OA317 MIRANDA, P.M.A.; SOARES, P.M.M., 

OA12-()29 ALMEIDA, M. 

A case of extreme precipitation in southern 
Portugal 

OA318 PORCU, F.; DIETRICH, S.; MUGNAI, A.; 
OA12-()30 NATALI, S.; PRODI, F.; CONWAY, P. 

Satellite multi-frequency observations of severe 
convective systems in the Mediterranean 
OA318A GOLBRAIKH, E.; CHKHETIANI, O.G.; 
0Ai2-()3i MOISEEV, S.S.; EIDELMAN, A.; BRANOVER, 
H. 

On the character of turbulent energy redistribu¬ 
tion in helical flows 
OA318B GRANBERG, LG. 

0Ai2-«32 Numerical simulation of possible extreme events 

due to orography at Cyprus 
OA318C STRELEC-MAHOVIC, N.; BRZOVIC, N. 
OA12-033 Cyclonic activity and severe jugo in the Adriatic 

OA13 Cyclogenesis and fronts: FASTEX I 

Convener: Chalon, J.-P. 

Co-Convener(s): Thorpe, A.J. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CLIO 
Chairperson: Snyder 

14:00 JOLY, A.; BESSEMOULIN, P.; BROWNING, 
K.A.; GAMMAS, J.P.; CHALON, J.P.; CLOUGH, 
S.A.; EMANUEL, K.A.; GALL, R.; HILDEBRAND, 
P.H.; JORGENSEN, D.; LANGLAND, R.H.; 
LEMAITRE, Y.; MASCART, P.; MOORE, J.A.; 
PERSSON, P.O.G.; SHAPIRO, M.A.; SNYDER, C.; 
TOTH, Z.; WAKIMOTO, R.M. 

The Fronts and Atlantic Storm-Track Experiment 
(FASTEX): an overview of the field phase (Solicited 
Paper) 

14:30 BADGER, J.; HOSKINS, B.J. 

Mechanisms for mid-latitude cyclone development 
14:45 SHAPIRO, M.A.; WERNLI, H. 

Upstream baroclinic development of secondary 
frontal-wave cyclones: idealized and observed 
15:00 MALARDEL, S.; ARBOGAST, P.; JOLY, A. 

Interpretation of mid-latitude cyclogenesis using a 
linear framework 


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15:15 RAVETTA, F.; ANCELLET, G.; GAMMAS, J.-P. 
Two-dimensional airborne ozone measurements 
during FASTEX 

15:30 FEHLMANN, R.; DAVIES, H.C. 

Role of salient PV-elements in an event of 
frontal-wave cyclogenesis 
15:45 THORNCROFT, C.; JONES, S. 

The extratropical transformation of Atlantic hurri¬ 
canes in 1995 
16:00 THORPE, A.J. 

A review of theories of frontal-scale dynamics 
(Solicited Paper) * 

16:30 GAMMAS, J.-P.; POUPONNEAU, B.; 
DESROZIERS, G.; SANTURETTE, P.; JOLY, A. 
Overview of the life cycle of a FASTEX cyclone: 
lOP 17 

16:45 END OF PART I 


OA i3 Cyclogenesis and fronts: FASTEX II 

Gonvener: Ghalon, J.-P. 

Go-Gonvener(s): Thorpe, A.J. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GLIO 
Ghairperson: Thorpe, A.J. 

08:30 BLUMEN, W. 

The frontal width problem 
08:45 CHABOUREAU, J.-P.; THORPE, A.J. 

Role of frontogenesis on frontal wave development 
in FASTEX 
09:00 PARKER, D. 

A secondary frontal wave in negative strain 
09:15 HEWSON, T.; RENFREW, I.; BISHOP, G. 

Frontal wave development in numerical model 
fOT6C3StS 

09:30 YAMAZAKI, Y.H.; PELTIER, W.R. 

Sub-synoptic scale instability along the jet stream 
09:45 BRYAN, G.H.; GHARNEY, J.J.; FRITSGH, J.M. 

Discrete frontal propagation induced by convection 
10:00 GHARNEY, J.J.; FRITSGH, J.M. 

Discrete frontal propagation in a non-convective 
environment 
10:15 JUGKES, M.N. 

The ageostrophic circulation in baroclinic waves 
growing on frontal temperature gradients 
10:30 GRIFFITHS, M.; THORPE, A.J.; BROWNING, 
K.A. 

The role of the tropopause in destabilizing the 
atmosphere 
10:45 BREAK 

Ghairperson: Hildebrand! 

11:00 SHAPIRO, M.A. 

Review of ideas concerning mesoscale structure 
within extra-tropical cyclones (Solicited Paper) * 
11:30 MALLET, L; GAMMAS, J.-P.; MASGART, P. 
Mesoscale modelling of a FASTEX cyclone: sensi¬ 
tivity to physical processes during early stages of 
development 

11:45 CLOUGH, S.; ROBERTS, N.; LEAN, H. 

Comparison of mesoscale dynamical structures from 
FASTEX dropsoundings with forecast model fields 


12:00 BOUNIOL, D.; LEMAITRE, Y.; MONTMERLE, T. 
Three dimensional study of dynamical and 
thermodynamical fields deduced from airborne 
Doppler radar and dropsonde data 
12:15 MOINE, M.-P.; ROUX, F. 

Dynamic and thermodynamic structure of the 
mid-latitude cyclone observed on 19 February 1997 
during FASTEX 

12:30 LAMBERT, D.; GAMMAS, J.-P.; MASGART, P. 
Structure and evolution of the boundary layer during 
the FASTEX lOP 18 

12:45 LEMAITRE, Y.; SCIALOM, G.; BOUNIOL, D. 
Multiscale processes involved in the mature phase of 
a "bomb like" deepening 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


OA13 Cyclogenesis and fronts: FASTEX - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Ghalon, J.-P. 

Co-Convener(s): Thorpe, A.J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:(X) - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Mascart, P. 

OA276 JAUBERT, G.; PIRIOU, C. 

The FASTEX database: a large archive for north 
Atlantic cyclones studies 

OA277 MALLET, I.; GAMMAS, J.-P.; BAEHR, C. 

Role of the environmental flow and contribution 
of a decaying low on the development of a 
FASTEX cylone (IOP17) 

OA278 SZOCS, H.L.; KOSA-KISS, A. 

New observational proofs for short-therm varia¬ 
tions of formations of lower troposphere assigned 
to great sunspots as contributions to the 
cyclogenesis 

OA279 MARQUET, P. 

Application of exergy theory to local atmospheric 
energetics: diagnostics for a FASTEX event 
OA280 BIRKETT, H.R.; THORPE, A.J. 

Reduced upper-tropospheric potential vorticity 
OA281 DONNADILLE, J.; GAMMAS, J.-P.; 
MASCART, P. 

Upper level dynamic of a FASTEX cyclone: lOP 
18 

OA282 FOURRIE, N.; CLAUD, C.; JOLY, A.; 
GAMMAS, J.-P. 

Identification of tropopause-level thermal anoma¬ 
lies from TOYS observations 
OA283 JUGKES, M.N. 

How do cyclones affect the large scale mean 
height of the tropopause? 

OA284 CLOUGH, S.; LEAN, H. 

Observations and simulations of a developing 
frontal wave during FASTEX lOP 16 
OA285 BROWNING, K.A.; ROBERTS, N.M. 

Mesoscale analysis of arc rainbands in a dry slot 
OA286 HILDEBRAND, P.H. 

Aircraft observations of frontal circulations and 
structures in FASTEX 

OA287 SCIALOM, G.; LEMAITRE, Y.; PROTAT, A. 

Overview of the mescoscale circulation and 
vorticity within systems sampled during 
FASTEX 


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OA288 BERGOT, T.; DESROZffiRS, G.; 
POUPONNEAU, B.; JOLY, A. 

Adjiont-based targeted observations during 
FASTEX: impact and feasibility studies 
OA289 MONTANI, A.; THORPE, AJ. 

Use of ECMWF singular vectors for targeting 
during FASTEX 

OA290 SZUNYOGH, L; TOTH, Z.; BISHOP, C.; 
EMANUEL, K.; SNYDER, C.; WOOLLEN, J.; 
WU, W.-S.; MARCHOK, T.; MORSS, R. 
Ensemble-based targeted observations during 
FASTEX 

OA291 SNYDER, C; TRIER, S.; MORSS, R. 

Dynamics and statistics of forecasts errors in a 
quasi-geostrophic model 
OA292 ARBOGAST, P.; JOLY, A. 

Precursors identification of FASTEX IOP17 
cyclogenesis using potential vorticity inversion 
concept 

OA14 Parametrizations in large scale atmo¬ 
spheric models 

.1 Intercomparison and validation of 
the ocean-atmosphere flux fields I 

Convener: Gulev, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Taylor, P.K. 

Monday, 20 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: ERATO 
Chairperson: Gulev, S. 

Surface fluxes in atmospheric models 

09:00 GULEV, S.; TAYLOR, S.; VITERBO, P. 

Session overview 

09:15 STENDEL, M.; BENGTSSON, L. 

The hydrological cycle from high resolution assimi¬ 
lation experiments for selected regions of the Earth 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:45 ROADS, J.; AUAD, G.; MILLER, A.; CAYAN, D.; 
CHEN, S.; WHITE, W. 

Comparison and utilization of NCEP GSM surface 
stress and energy and water fluxes for coupled 
ocean-atmosphere modelling and prediction 
10:00 DE MONTETY, A.; FICHEFET, TH.; PONCIN, 
CH. 

Impact of the horizontal grid in an atmospheric 
model 

10:15 JOSSE, P.; CANIAUX, G.; PLANTON, S. 

Intercomparison of ocean atmosphere fluxes from 
atmospheric and oceanic mesoscale simulations 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Gulev, S. 

Forcing fields for ocean modelling 

11:00 BARNIER, B. 

Forcing ocean general circulation models with 
air-sea flux fields (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 GULDBERG, A.; KAAS, E. 

Using tendency erros to optimize horizontal diffusion 
in a general circulation model 


11:45 FERRY, N.; REVERDIN, G.; OSCHLIES, A. 

An OGCM simulation forced by daily ECMWF 
surface fluxes; how to deduce oceanic heat fluxes 
from sea level variations? 

12:00 MCCULLOCH, M.E.; LEACH, H. 

Validation of FOAM model fluxes using data from 
the Vivaldi-96 cruise in the northeast Atlantic 
12:15 SCHRUM, C. 

Investigation of the heat budgets for North Sea and 
Baltic Sea. Results of model experiments 
12:30 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Taylor, P.K. 

Enclosed seas and regional balances: VOS climatologies 
and field experiments 

14:00 ISEMER, LINDAU, R.; JACOB, D. 

Evaporation at the surface of the Baltic Sea 
14:15 ROZWADOWSKA, A. 

Uncertainty in estimation of mean solar radiation 
fluxes at the Baltic surface from irregular ship-borne 
meteorological observations 
14:30 SCHIANO, M.E.; BORGHINI, M.; 
BELARDINELLI, F; LUTTAZZI, C. 

A critical analysis of the empirical formulae for 
estimating the radiative fluxes over the western 
Mediterranean Sea 

14:45 MOORE, G.W.K.; ALVERSON, K. 

Air-sea interaction and the Weddell polynya 
15:00 REPINA, LA. 

Air-sea-ice interaction in polar regions on the base 
of experimental data 

15:15 CANIAUX, G.; EYMARD, L.; GIORDANI, H. 
The sea surface flux dataset collected during the 
CATCH/FASTEX experiment 
15:30 BUMKE, K.; KARGER, U.; GROSSKLAUS, M. 
Air-sea flux and precipitation measurements in the 
Labrador sea during February and March 1997 
15:45 RENFREW, LA.; MOORE, G.W.K. 

Observations of roll vortices during an extreme cold 
air outbreak over the Labrador Sea 
16:00 GROSSKLAUS, M.; HASSE, L. 

Dropsize distributions of marine tropical precipita¬ 
tion from different climatic regions 
16:15 FENG, M.; HACKER, P.; LUKAS, R. 

Upper ocean heat and salt balances in the western 
equatorial Pacific during TOGA CO ARE 
16:30 DOBROLIUBOV, S.A. 

The North Atlantic ocean-atmosphere heat and fresh 
water flux variability derived from oceanographic 
repeated sections data 
16:45 END OF PART I 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


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on Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, Lecture Room Clio 


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0A14 Parametrizations in large scale atmo¬ 
spheric models 

.1 Intercomparison and validation of 
the ocean-atmosphere flux fields II 

Convener: Gulev, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Taylor, P.K. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: ERATO 
Chairperson: Lukas, R. 

Remotely sensed flux fields, waves and stress 

08:45 SCHULZ, J.; JOST, V. 

On the sampling error of microwave rain rate re¬ 
trievals in the tropical Pacific 
09:00 LIU, Q. 

Derivation of the latent heat flux over Atlantic 
Ocean by satellite-borne microwave radiometer 
09:15 BAUER, E.; BURGER, G. 

On the history of ocean waves in the North Sea 
09:30 MAKIN, V.K. 

Wind over waves coupling 

09:45 GOURRION, J.; CHAPRON, B.; VANDEMARK, 
D.; ELFOUHAILY, T. 

Satellite-derived ocean surface roughness and its use 
in regional wind stress determination 

10:00 Poster Summaries 

GULEV, S.; DOBROLIUBOV, S. 

Intercomparison of the regional heat balances from 
hydrographic data and VOS observations for the 
North Atlantic mid latitudes 
VOLKOV, YU.A.; REPINA, I.A. 

Measuring of atmosphere-sea-land interaction in 
northern part of Caspian Sea 
KUZMIERCZYK-MICHULEC, J.; 
ROZWADOWSKA, A. 

Retrieval of optical properties of the Baltic aerosols 
- comparison of two methods 
SHIFRIN, K.S.; ZOLOTOV, LG. 

A method for determining the wind velocity from 
lidar measurements of atmospheric aerosol 
JOST, V.; SCHULZ, J. 

HOAPS: a satellite-derived water balance climatolo¬ 

gy 

GOODRICK, S.L.; BOURASSA, M.A.; LEGLER, 
D.M. 

Impact of surface layer height consideration on 
air-sea fluxes for the North Atlantic 
EWALD, S.; SCHLUSSEL, P. 

Foam coverage and skineffect of the ocean from 
satellite data 

COMPAGNUCCI, R.; SALLES, M.A. 

ENSO events impact on the atmospheric circulation 
and anomalies of the main climatic variables over 
the southern cone 

MOAT, B.I.; YELLAND, M.J.; TAYLOR, P.K. 
The impact of airflow distortion on in-situ meteoro¬ 
logical wind speed measurements 
KAPALA, A.; MAECHEL, H. 

Comparison of surface humidity and air temperature 
above the oceans from NCEp and COADS data sets 


QUILFEN, Y.; BENTAMY, A.; GRIMA, N.; 
DELECLUSE, P. 

Use of satellite fluxes for ocean modelling 
10:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


OA14 Parametrizations in large scale atmo¬ 
spheric models 

.1 Inter comparison and validation of 
the ocean-atmosphere flux Helds - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Gulev, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Taylor, P.K. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA157 GULEV, S.; DOBROLIUBOV, S. 

Intercomparison of the regional heat balances 
from hydrographic data and VOS observations 
for the North Atlantic mid latitudes 
OA158 VOLKOV, YU.A.; REPINA, LA. 

Measuring of atmosphere-sea-land interaction in 
northern part of Caspian Sea 
OAI59 KUZMIERCZYK-MICHULEC, J.; 
ROZWADOWSKA, A. 

Retrieval of optical properties of the Baltic 
aerosols - comparison of two methods 
OA160 SHIFRIN, K.S.; ZOLOTOV, LG. 

A method for determining the wind velocity from 
lidar measurements of atmospheric aerosol 
OA161 JOST, V.; SCHULZ, J. 

HOAPS: a satellite-derived water balance clima¬ 
tology 

OA162 GOODRICK, S.L.; BOURASSA, M.A.; 
LEGLER, D.M. 

Impact of surface layer height consideration on 
air-sea fluxes for the North Atlantic 
OA164 EWALD, S.; SCHLUSSEL, P. 

Foam coverage and skineffect of the ocean from 
Satellite dstd 

OA165 COMPAGNUCCI, R.; SALLES, M.A. 

ENSO events impact on the atmospheric circula¬ 
tion and anomalies of the main climatic variables 
over the southern cone 

OA166 MOAT, B.L; YELLAND, M.J.; TAYLOR, P.K. 

The impact of airflow distortion on in-situ mete¬ 
orological wind speed measurements 
OA167 KAPALA, A.; MAECHEL, H. 

Comparison of surface humidity and air tempera¬ 
ture above the oceans from NCEp and COADS 
sets 

OA168 QUILFEN, Y.; BENTAMY, A.; GRIMA, N.; 
DELECLUSE, P. 

Use of satellite fluxes for ocean modelling 


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OA14 Parametrizations in large scale atmo¬ 
spheric models 

.2 Major systematic errors in global 
coupled models 

Convener: Stephenson, D.B. 

Co-Convener(s): Balmaseda, M.A. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ERATO 

Chairpersons: Stephenson, D.B.; Balmaseda, M.A. 

09:00 DIXON, K.W.; STOUFFER, R.J. 

Initialization and climate drift issues found in cou¬ 
pled climate model integrations 
09:15 BOVILLE, B.A.; GENT, P.R. 

Systematic errors in the NCAR Climate System 
Model: sensitivity to model formulation 
09:30 BALMASEDA, M.; ALVES, J.; ANDERSON, D.; 
SEGSCHNEIDER, J.; STOCKDALE, T. 

Model drift in the seasonal predictions at ECMWF 
09:45 PONCIN, CH.; HCHEFET, TH.; GOOSSE, H. 

Sensitivity experiments with a coupled atmosphere- 
ocean general circulation model 
10:00 KAAS, E.; GULDBERG, A. 

Using tendency errors as additional forcing in a 
general circulation model 
10:15 LI, Z.X.; FORICHON, M. 

Sensitivity of surface heat flux to physical 
parameterization in the IPSL couple model 
10:30 BREAK 

10:45 COVEY, C.; COHEN-SOLAL, E. 

The Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 
11:00 STEPHENSON, D.B.; PA VAN, V.; DOBLAS- 
REYES, F.J.; BORJARIU, R. 

North Atlantic oscillation interannual variability in 
observations and CMIP coupled GCMS runs 
11:15 LEGUTKE, S.; VOSS, R.; CUBASCH, U. 

A coupled ocean-atmosphere climate model with 
inhomogeneous gridcell surfaces 
11:30 FILIBERTI, M.-A.; DUFRESNE, J.-L. 

An assessment of the role of the atmosphere in 
antarctic sea-ice extension in global coupled models 
11:45 ROESCH, A. 

Observational validation and implementation of 
modifications of the surface albedo parameterization 
in the ECHAM4 GCM 
12:00 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Fischer, M. 

14:00 MECHOSO, C.R.; YU, J.-Y.; MA, C.-C. 

Improvements achieved in a coupled GCM obtained 
by addressing systematic errors in the eastern equa¬ 
torial Pacific 

14:15 FISCHER, M.; NAVARRA, A. 

Tropical systematic errors of the Giotto model 
14:30 DEWITT, D.G. 

Sensitivity of the simulated climate in the tropical 
Pacific to ocean mixing 

14:45 COHEN-SOLAL, E.; LE TREUT, H.; MUSAT, I. 
Analyse of the tropical cold anomaly in the 
LMD/IPSL coupled model 


15:00 VINTZILEOS, A.; DUFRESNE, J.-L.; LE TREUT, 
H.; SADOURNY, R. 

Tropical Pacific variability simulated in a one 
hundred year run of a coupled general circulation 
model 

15:15 END OF SUB-SESSION 
Session OA14.03 continues 


OA14 Parametrizations in large scale atmo¬ 
spheric models 

.5 Sensitivity of radiative perturba¬ 
tions in global coupled models 

Convener: Boucher, O. 

Wednesday, 22 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: ERATO 
Chairperson: N.N. 

15:15 ROECKNER, E.; FEICHTER, J. 

Climate response to radiative forcings by greenhouse 
gases and aerosols (Solicited Paper) 

15:45 VALCKE, S.; BATHELET, P.; TERRAY, L. 

Performance of a global coupled simulation of 
climate change associated with a doubling in the 
COj atmospheric concentration 
16:00 RICARD, J.L.; BARTHELET, P.; TERRAY, L.; 
VALCKE, S. 

First results of a 2 XCO 2 experiment with a global 
coupled model 

16:15 BONY, S.; DUFRESNE, J.-L.; FAIRHEAD, L. 

An analysis of tropical cloud radiative feedbacks in 
a coupled ocean-atmosphere model (Solicited Paper) 
16:45 CLEMENT, A.C.; SEAGER, R. 

The tropical oceans and climate change 
17:00 END OF SESSION 


OA14 Parametrizations in large scale atmo¬ 
spheric models 

.d Sensitivity of radiative perturba¬ 
tions in global coupled models - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Boucher, O. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 - 19:00 

Poster Area: LES MUSES 


OA170C BERTRAND, C.; VAN YPERSELE, J.-P. 

Sulphate aerosols and transient climate simula¬ 
tions 

OA170D KIRCHNER, L; STENCHIKOV, G.L.; GRAF, 
H.-F.; ROBOCK, A. 

The Pinatubo aerosol forcing - estimated with 
ECHAM4 and the simulated climate response 


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0A15 Clouds and their impact on radiation 
and photo-chemical processes 
.1 Remote sensing of clouds and aero¬ 
sols - Poster Session 

Convener: Raschke, E. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Raschke, E. 

Editor: Raschke, E. 

OA293 CHEPFER, H.; FLAMANT, P.H.; SAUVAGE, 
0Ai5.i-()i8 L.; PELON, J.; COUVERT, P.; CHAZETTE, P.; 

SEZE, G.; GOLOUB, P.; BROGNIEZ, G.; 
SPINfflRNE, J.; LAVORATO, M.; ANSANA, S. 
Validation of semi-transparent cloud POLDER 
products using lidar measurements 
OA294 CREWELL, S.; LOHNERT, U.; MEBOLD, H.; 

OA15.1-019 SIMMER, C. 

Remote sensing of clouds using a groundbased 
multi-sensor system 
OA295 CAPDEROU, M. 

oAi5.i-()2o Determination of the shortwave anisotropic 
function for clear-sky desert scenes from SCAR¬ 
AB data. Comparison with models issued from 
other satellite data 
OA296 EARNER, O. 

0Ai5.i-()2i A multidimensional histogram method to analyze 
AVHRR data 

OA297 STURNIOLO, O.; PRODI, F.; MEDINI, R.; 

OAI5,1-022 BATTAGLIA, A. 

Cloud simulations with randomly oriented axially 
symmetric hydrometeors 

OA298 BETANCOR GROTHE, M.; DREYER, M.; 
OA15.1-()23 BAKAN, S.; COSTANZO, C. 

Ground based passive remote sensing of ice 
clouds with scattered solar radiation inthe near 
infrared 

OA299 SMITH, S.A. 

oAis.i-024 The horizontal variability of cirrus clouds 


OA15 Clouds and their impact on radiation 
and photo-chemical processes 
.1 Remote sensing of clouds and aero¬ 
sols 

Convener: Raschke, E. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: Raschke, E. 

Editor: Raschke, E. 

10:00 SOMERVILLE, R.C.J. 

OA15.1- Single-column models, ARM observations, and 
(x)i GCM cloud-radiation schemes (Solicited Paper) 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Raschke, E. 

Editor: Raschke, E. 

Simultaneous use of cloud radar and lidar 


11:15 RANDEU,W.L.;WITTERNIGG,N. 

OA15.1- Outline specifications of ground-based cloud radars 
(103 and their possible involvement in the Earth radiation 
mission 

11:30 WnTERNIGG,N.;RANDEU,W.L.;LEITNER,M. 
OA15.1- Scattering calculations for the simulation of radar 
004 returns in realistic cloud scenarii 
11:45 WEITKAMP, C; DANNE, O.; FLINT, H.; 

OA15.1- LAHMANN, W.; QUANTE, M.; RASCHKE, E.; 

005 THEOPOLD, F.A. 

95-GHz radar/720-nm lidar simultaneous measure¬ 
ments of clouds at GKSS 

12:00 DANNE, O.; QUANTE, M.; MILFERSTADT, D.; 
OA15.1- RASCHKE, E.; WEITICAMP, C. 

(x )6 Investigations of cloud layer base and top heights 
from 95 GHz radar reflectivity data 
12:15 FEUT, A.; JONGEN, S.; VAN LAMMEREN, A. 
OA15.1- Validation of satellite cloud parameter retrieval 
(x )7 methods with objective ground based measurements 
12:30 DAVIS, A.; CAHALAN, R.; SPINHIRNE, J.; 

OA15.I- WINKLER, D.; GERSTL, S.; MELFI, S.H. 

(x )8 Off-beam lidar: an emmerging technique in cloud 
remote-sensing 
12:45 LUNCH 

Chairperson: van Lammeren, A.C. 

Editor: Raschke, E. 

Observations of clouds by satellites and with aircraft 

14:00 SPANG, R.; PREUSSE, P.; FRANZEN, A.; 

OA15.1- GROSSMANN, K.U.; OFFERMANN, D. 

(x )9 Cloud detection in the upper troposphere and lower 
stratosphere by CRISTA 1/2 
14:15 ASTIN, I. 

OAI 5 . 1 - Investigation of the error in derived mean cloud 
oin cover for a proposed space-borne cloud radar 
14:30 COSTANZO, C.; BAKAN, S. 

OAI 5 . 1 - Estimation of cirrus and multi-layer cloud parameters 
011 from multispectral measurements in the near-infrared 
14:45 DUROURE, C.; AURIOL, F.; CREPEL, O.; 

OA15.I- GAYET, J.F. 

012 Microscale inhomogeneities study using high resolu¬ 
tion polar nephelometer measurements 
15:00 JOLIVET, D.; PAROL, F.; BURIEZ, J.-C. 

OAI5 1 - On the deviation of the bidirectional reflectance of 
013 inhomogeneous clouds from the plane parallel model 
15:15 FAURE, T.; GUILLEMET, B.; ISAKA, H.; 
oAiM- EYMARD, L. 

014 Heterogeneity effect on microphysicals retrieval 
parameters by satellite at different scale 
15:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: van Lammeren, A.C. 

Editor: Raschke, E. 

16:00 ALBERS, F.; RASCHKE, E.; REUTER, A.; 

OA151- MAIXNER, U.; LEVKOV, L.; SEDNEV, I. 

015 Horizontal inhomogeneities in clouds and their effect 

of remote particle measurements 
16:15 BOSCH, H.; FUNK, O.; WAGNER, T.; PLATT, 
OA15.1- U.; PFEILSTICKER, K. 

016 Clear and cloudy sky case studies of O 4 and oxyge 
A-band absorptions as seen by GOME 


11:00 LIU, C.-L.; ILLINGWORTH, A.J. 

OA15.1- Cirrus cloud particle sizing using spacebome ra- 
002 dar/lidar system 


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16:30 FUNK, O.; VEITEL, H.; PLATT, U.; 

OA15.1- PFEILSTICKER, K. 

017 Comparison of measured and modeled oxygen 
A-band high resolution absorption spectra as a test 
for RT calculations 
16:45 Concluding Remarks 
17:00 END OF SESSION 


OA15 Clouds and their impact on radiation 
and photo-chemical processes 
.2 Modelling of cloua systems 

Convener: Molders, N. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: Molders, N. 

Editor: Molders, N. 

11:00 BICKMEIER, W.; BORREGO, C.; COUTINHO, 
OAI5.2. M.; ERNST, G.; KUNZ, R.; MOUSSIOPOULOS, N. 
001 The parameterization of the microphysical processes 

and the radiative transfer inthe mesoscale model 
MEMO 

11:15 MOLDERS, N.; FRIEDRICH, K.; KRAMM, G. 
OA15.2- On the sensitivity of cloud microphysics to the 
002 energy and water fluxes at the interface 
Earth-atmosphere 

11:30 AHRENS, B.; KARSTENS, U.; ROCKEL, B.; 
OA15.2- STUHLMANN, R. 

003 REMO in forecast mode with ice physics in the 
cloud and in the radiation scheme 
11:45 COHARD, J.-M.; PINTY, J.-P. 

OA15.2- Design, tests and first applications of a two-moment 
(KM warm cloud scheme in a non-hydrostatic model 
12:00 KRISTIANSEN, J.; KRISTJANSSON, J.E. 

OA15.2- Shortwave cloud forcing of marine stratocumulus 
005 clouds 

12:15 HAASE, G.; SIMMER, C. 

OA15.2- A radar simulation model for the validation of 
006 mesoscale dynamic models 
12:30 KURZ, C.; FUNK, O.; VEITEL, H.; PLATT, U.; 
OAI5.2- PFEILSTICKER, K. 

(K)7 Experimentally determined photon pathlength distri¬ 
butions for different meteorological situations 
12:45 PFEILSTICKER, K. 

OA15.2- On the influence of the cloud morphology and 
(X)8 inhomogeneities on optical pathlengths and the cloud 
sky SW-absorption 
13:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


Climate Dynamics 

Welcomes papers containing original diagnostic, analytical 
or numerical modelling research on the structure and 
behaviour of the atmosphere, oceans, cryosphere, biomass 
and land surface as interacting components of the dynamics 
of global climate as well as contributions focused on 
selected aspects of climate dynamics on particular scales of 
space or time. 


OA15 Clouds and their impact on radiation 
and photo-chemical processes 
.2 Modelling of cloud systems - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Molders, N. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Kramm, G. 

Editor: Molders, N. 

OA300 KRISTJANSSON, J.E.; EDWARDS, J.M.; 

OA15.2-009 MITCHELL, D.L. 

Impact of a new parameterization scheme for 
non-sperical ice crystals of the climates of two 
GCMs 

OA301 RAABE, A.; JAGUSCH, F.; MOLDERS. N. 
oAi5.2.oi() Different cloud prediction by use of various 
types of cloud models includecJ in one mesoscale 
model 

OA302 MELIKECHI, A.; SCHAYES, G. 

0Ai5.2-()ii Diurnal variations in stratocumulus-capped 
atmospheric boundary layer 

OA15 Clouds and their impact on radiation 
and photo-chemical processes 
.3 Radiative transfer and budget 

Convener: Ohmura, A. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: Ohmura, A. 

Editor: Ohmura, A. 

14:00 MACKE, A. 

OA15.3- Monte Carlo radiative transfer calculations for 
(K)i inhomogeneous mixed phase clouds 
14:15 DI GIUSEPPE, F.; RIZZI, R. 

OA15.3- Far-infrared scattering effects in cloudy sky 

(K)2 

14:30 HOLLMANN, R.; MULLER, J.; STUHLMANN, R. 
OA15.3- Radiation budget for BALTEX 

(K)3 

14:45 SZCZAP, F.; ISAKA, H.; SAUTE, M. 

()Ai5.3- The heterogeneity of clouds and their influence on 

(KM their radiative properties 

15:00 SZCZAP, F.; ISAKA, H.; SAUTE, M. 

OAI5.3- The anomalous absorption phenomenon of heteroge- 
(K)5 neous clouds 

15:15 MARSHAK, A.; DAVIS, A.; WISCOMBE, W.; 
0Ai5,3- CAHALAN, R. 

(XH) Biases in shortwave column absorption in the pres¬ 
ence of fractal clouds 
15:30 BERGER, F.H. 

OA15.3- Heating rates in five atmospheric layers for selected 

(X)7 cloud cases in Europe 

15:45 BURNET, F.; BRENGUIER, J.-L. 

OA15.3- Validation of droplet spectra and liquid water con- 
(X)8 tent measurements 

16:00 REICHARDT, J.; WEITKAMP. C.; NEIDHART, 

OAI5.3- B. 

(xx) Optical and geometrical properties of northern 
midlatitude cirrus clouds observed with a UV raman 
lidar 


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16:15 WILD, M.; OHMURA, A. 

0Ai5,3- The role of the cloud-free atmosphere in the problem 
010 of underestimated absorption of solar radiation in 
GCM atmospheres 
16:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 


OA15 Clouds and their impact on radiation 
and photo-chemical processes 
.3 Radiative transfer and budget - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Ohmura, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Ohmura, A. 

Editor: Ohmura, A. 

OA303 DI GIUSEPPE, F.; MANNOZZI, L.; RIZZI, R. 
OA15.3-011 Cirrus cloud optical properties in the far infrared 
OA304 PERSSON, T. 

OA15.3-012 Solar radiation climate in Sweden 
OA305 KACZOROWSKA, R.; MAGER, P.; FARAT, R. 
OA 15 . 3-013 Assessment of Poland overall cloudiness as the 
reason for the forecasting of possible climate 
changes 

OA15 Clouds and their impact on radiation 
and photo-chemical processes 
.4 Photo-chemical processes in clouds 
- Poster Session 

Convener: Flossmann, A.I. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Flossmann, A.I. 

Editor: Flossmann, A.I. 

OA306 OZOLIN, Y.E.; KAROL, I.L.; OZHIGINA, 
0A15.4-(K)7 N.A.; ROZANOV, E.V. 

Numerical study of chemical species evolution in 
a convective cloud 

OA307 LANDGRAF, J.; TRAUTMANN, T.; BRUHL, 

OA15.4-0()8 C. 

Effects of clouds on OH production in multiple 
cloud layers and broken clouds 

OA15 Clouds and their impact on radiation 
and photo-chemical processes 
.4 Photo-chemical processes in clouds 

Convener: Flossmann, A.I. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: Flossmann, A.I. 

Editor: Flossmann, A.I. 

08:30 LOSNO, R. 

OA 15 . 4 - A model describing trace metals acting as catalyst in 
001 a marine cloud 

08:45 GUERINOT, G.; MARTINERIE, P.; LEGRAND, 
OA15.4- M.; CAUTENOT, S. 

002 Model of biomass burning plume ageing 


09:00 REESE, A.; HERRMANN, H.; ERVENS, B.; 

0Ai5,4- ZELLNER, R. 

003 Laboratory and modelling studies of troposheric 
multiphase conversions involving some C, and Cj 
peroxyl radicals 

09:15 HATZIANASTASSIOU, N.; FLOSSMANN, A.I.; 

OA15.4- WOBROCK, W. 

004 Study of the indirect effect of aerosol particles 
during repeated cloud cycles 

09:30 ARIYA, P.A.; SANDER, R.; CRUTZEN, P.J. 

OAI 5 . 4 - Sulfur (IV) to sulfur (VI) dark conversion mecha- 

005 nisms: a modelling study 

09:45 TRAUTMANN, T.; LANDGRAF, J.; PODGORNY, 

OA15.4- J. 

m Actinic flux computation for fmate and broken 
clouds in absorbing and scattering atmospheres 

10:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


OA16 Interaction of biogenic and anthropo¬ 
genic compouds in the Mediterranean 
and its influence on atmospheric 
chemistry I 

Convener: Seufert, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Hewitt, N. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CLIO 
Chairperson: Seufert, G. 

Editor: Seufert, G. 

14:00 GUENTHER, A.; BAUGH, B.; GREENBERG, J.; 
OA16- HARLEY, P.; KLINGER, L. 

(x)i Land use change and biogenic hydrocarbon emis¬ 
sions from Mediterranean and Savanna landscapes 
(Solicited Paper) 

14:30 LOPEZ, A.; ANASTASIO, N.; ATTIE, J.L.; 

OA16- BRUSTET, J.M.; DURAND, P.; FONTAN, J.; 

(x)2 PONT, V. 

Study of matter and energy transfers by airplane 
measurements during the BEMA campaign (Burriana 
- Spain) 

14:45 CIESLIK, S.; DUTAUR, L.; LARSEN, B.; 

OA16- DARMAIS, S.; SIMON, V.; TORRES, L. 

(X )3 Comparison of two flux measurement techniques for 
biogenically emitted VOC 
15:00 JENSEN, N.O.; COURTNEY, M.; 
oAifi- HUMMELSHOEJ, P.; CHRISTENSEN, C.S.; 

(KM LARSEN, B.R. 

A REA system for measurements of VOC fluxes 
15:15 CICCIOLI, P.; SEUFERT, G.; VALENTINI, R. 
OA 16 - Assessment of primary and secondary biogenic 
(x )5 compounds in emission fluxes from an orange field 
near Burriana, Spain 

15:30 SCHAAB, G.; LENZ, R.; SHARMA, M. 

OA 16 - A temporal-spatial solar radiation model to drive 
(X)6 biogenic emissions from sparse vegetation and over 
complex terrain 

15:45 KESSELMEIER, J.; STAUDT, M.; WOLF, A.; 
OA16- SEUFERT, G.; BERTIN, N.; HANSEN, U.; 

(x)7 CICCIOLLI, P.; BRANCALEONI, E.; FRATTONI, 
M.; TORRES, L.; LUCHETTA, L.; SIMON, V. 
Enclosure approaches for the determination of 
terpenoid emissions from vegetation 
16:00 HANSEN, U.; SEUFERT, G. 

OA 16 - Terpenoid emission from Citrus Sinensis (L.) Osbeck 
(x)8 under drought stress 


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16:15 STAUDT, M.; BERTIN, N.; FRENZEL. B.; 

0A16- SEUFERT, G. 

009 Seasonal changes in amount and composition of 
monoterpenes emited by young Pinus pinea trees 
16:30 END OF PART I 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


OA16 Interaction of biogenic and anthropo¬ 
genic compouds in the Mediterranean 
and its influence on atmospheric 
chemistry li 

Convener: Seufert, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Hewitt, N. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: CLIO 
Chairperson: Ciccioli, P. 

Editor: Ciccioli, P. 

08:30 CUVELIER, C.; THUNIS, P. 

OA 16 - Application of the mesoscale meteorology-chemistry 
010 model TVM-LCC/RACM to the study of biogenic 
emissions 

08:45 HJORTH, J.; HORIE, O.; JENSEN, N.R.; 

OA16- LARSEN, B.R.; NEEB, P.; PLAGENS, H.; 
oil SPITTLER, M.; RUPPERT, L.; VAN DINGENEN, 
R.; VIRKKULA, A.; WINTERHALTER, R.; 
WIRTZ, K. 

A smog chamber study on the formation of aerosol 
and gaseous products by the photo-oxidation of 
monoterpenes 

09:00 BONSANG, B.; KANAKIDOU, M.; 

OAI6. MIHALOPOULOS, N.; KAVOURAS, H.; 

012 STEPHANOU, E.; PIO, C.; NUNES, T.; CELIA, A.; 
GOMES, P.; SEAKINS, P.; LEWIS, A.; 
HARISSON, D.; BOISSARD, C.; GROS, V.; 
SANAK, J. 

Field observation and modelling of the formation of 
biogenic organic aerosols in Mediterranean areas 
09:15 SIMEONIDIS, P.; SANIDA, G.; ZIOMAS, I.; 

OA16- KOURTIDIS, K. 

013 A biogenic VOC emissions inventory for Greece 
09:30 LAURILA, T.; HAKOLA, H.; LINDORS, V. 

OA 16 - Biogenic VOCs in continental northern Europe - 
014 concentrations and photochemistry 
09:45 HEIDEN, A.C.; KLEY, D.; SCHUH, G.; WILDT, 
OA16- J. 

015 Monoterpene emissions from rape: limitation by 
DMAPP/IPP availability 

10:00 Poster Summaries 

OA16. STEINBRECHER, R.; SEUFERT, G.; DUERR, M.; 
016 HAUFF, K.; ROESSLER, J. 

Monoterpene emission from soils in orange planta¬ 
tions in the Valencian citrus belt, Spain 
OAI6- MANES, F.; SEUFERT, G.; VITALE, M.; 

017 DONATO, E.; CSIKY, O.; SILLI, V. 

Ecophysiological characterization of Citrus Sinensis 
(L.) Osbeck and relationships with type and amount 
of biogenic emissions 

OA16- STAUDT, M.; WOLF, A.; KESSELMEIER, J. 

018 Effect of light and temperature on the exchange of 
gaseous formic and acetic acid from orange foliage 
(Citrus Sinensis L.) 


OA16. ALVES, C.; PIO, C.; DUARTE, A. 

019 The organic composition of air particulate matter 
from semi-rural and forest Portuguese areas 
OA16- HAKOLA, H.; RINNE, J.; LAURILA, T. 

020 Seasonal variation of the VOC emission rates of 
boreal broad-leafed trees 

OA16- RINNE, J.; HAKOLA, H.; LAURILA, T. 

021 Vertical fluxes of monoterpenes above a Scots pine 
in the boreal vegetation zone 

OA16- WINTERHALTER, R.; NEEB, P.; MOORTGAT, 
022 G.K. 

Aerosol formation in gas-phase monoterpene ozonol- 
ysis at near-atmospheric concentration 
OA16 RAPPENGLtiCK, B.; FABIAN,P. 

023 Observations of biogenic and anthropogenic NMHC 
in Athens during the PAUR campaign 
OA16- WILSKE, B.; KESSELMEIER, J. 

024 The Cl- and Cj- organic acid and aldehyd exchange 
of lichens in the boreal zone of Europe 
OA16 BOMBOI-MINGARRO, M.T.; BRAVO, L; 

025 COSIN, S.; GARCIA, S.; PEREZ-PASTOR, R.; 
PEREZ, M.A.; SANZ, MJ. 

Seasonal changes in AVOCs-BVOCs and volatile 
carbonyl air concentrations in the Castellon plain 
during 1997 

OA16- ECKERT, S.; STUDEMANN, O. 

026 A conceptional model to assess biogenic and anthro¬ 
pogenic ozone forming potentials for Mecklenburg- 
Vorpommern, Germany 
10:30 END OF SESSION 


OA16 Interaction of biogenic and anthropo¬ 
genic compouds in the Mediterranean 
and its influence on atmospheric 
chemistry - Poster Session 

Convener: Seufert, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Hewitt, N. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Seufert, G. 

Editor: Seufert, G. 

OA329 STEINBRECHER, R.; SEUFERT, G.; DUERR, 
OA16-()I6 M.; HAUFF, K.; ROESSLER, J. 

Monoterpene emission from soils in orange 
plantations in the Valencian citrus belt, Spain 
OA330 MANES, F.; SEUFERT, G.; VITALE, M.; 
OA16-()17 DONATO, E.; CSIKY, O.; SILLI, V. 

Ecophysiological characterization of Citrus 
Sinensis (L.) Osbeck and relationships with type 
and amount of biogenic emissions 
OA331 STAUDT, M.; WOLF, A.; KESSELMEIER, J. 
OA 16 -OI 8 Effect of light and temperature on the exchange 
of gaseous formic and acetic acid from orange 
foliage (Citrus Sinensis L.) 

OA332 ALVES, C.; PIO, C.; DUARTE, A. 

OA16-019 The organic composition of air particulate matter 
from semi-rural and forest Portuguese areas 
OA333 HAKOLA, H.; RINNE, J.; LAURILA, T. 
OA 16-020 Seasonal variation of the VOC emission rates of 
boreal broad-leafed trees 

OA334 RINNE, J.; HAKOLA, H.; LAURILA, T. 
OA 16-021 Vertical fluxes of monoterpenes above a Scots 
pine in the boreal vegetation zone 


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OA335 WINTERHALTER, R.; NEEB. P.; 

OA16-022 MOORTGAT, G.K. 

Aerosol formation in gas-phase monoterpene 
ozonolysis at near-atmospheric concentration 
OA336 RAPPENGLtiCK, B.; FABIAN.P. 

OA16-023 Observations of biogenic and anthropogenic 
NMHC in Athens during the PAUR campaign 
OA337 WILSKE, B.; KESSELMEIER, J. 

OA16-024 The C,- and C 2 - organic acid and aldehyd ex¬ 
change of lichens in the boreal zone of Europe 
OA338 BOMBOI-MINGARRO, M.T.; BRAVO, L; 
0Ai6-(.25 COSIN, S.; GARCIA, S.; PEREZ-PASTOR, R.; 
PEREZ, M.A.; SANZ, MJ. 

Seasonal changes in AVOCs-BVOCs and volatile 
carbonyl air concentrations in the Castellon plain 
during 1997 

OA339 ECKERT, S.; STUDEMANN, O. 

OA 16-026 A conceptional model to assess biogenic and 
anthropogenic ozone forming potentials for 
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany 

OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

Convener: Komen, G.J. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Co-sponsored by: Euroclivar 
Chairperson: Komen, G.J. 

14:00 LATIF, M. 

European and Atlantic climate variability (Solicited 
Paper) 

14:30 SLINGO, J.M. 

Scale interactions and global teleconnection patterns 
(Solicited Paper) 

15:00 JOHNS, T.C. 

Climate change prediction and detection using 
coupled climate models within Europe (Solicited 
Paper) 

15:30 DUPLESSY, J.-C. 

Climate variability deduced from the modern and 
paleoclimatic records (Solicited Paper) 

16:00 LE TREUT, H. 

Climate models: current uncertainties and future 
prospects (Solicited Paper) 

16:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 

OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.1 West African monsoon studies 

Convener: Thomcroft, C.D. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Chairperson: Thomcroft, C.D. 

08:30 THORNCROFT, C. 

Introduction 

08:45 POCCARD, I.; JANICOT, S.; RICHARD, Y. 

Interannual variability of SST - tropical circulation 
relationship on the period 1968-1997: focus on West 
Africa 


09:00 TRZASKA, S.; JANICOT, S.; FONTAINE, B. 

Numerical study of the impact of ENSO and decadal 
scale SST variability on Sahel rainfall 
09:15 XUE, Y.; CLARK, D.B.; HARDING, R.J. 

Mechanisms of West African monsoon and land 
surface process interaction 
09:30 FINK, A.H.; SPETH, P. 

Variability of the West African monsoon on 
intraseasonal and interannual time scales 
09:45 EVANS, A.D.L.; HARRISON, M.S.J. 

Simulation and prediction of the west African 
monsoon 

10:00 COOK, K.H. 

Large-scale dynamics and the West African monsoon 
10:15 THORNCROFT, C.; BLACKBURN, M. 

Maintenance of the African easterly jet 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Thomcroft, C.D. 

11:00 PYTHAROULIS, L; THORNCROFT, C.D. 

On the existence of warm core African easterly 
waves 

11:15 XU, K.-M.; RANDALL, D.A. 

Roles of cumulus convection in the Atlantic easterly 
waves 

11:30 DIONGUE, A.; LAFORE, J.P.; REDELSPERGER, 
J.L. 

Numerical study of interactions between a squall-line 
and an easterly wave 
11:45 PARKER, D. 

Propagation of the mesosclae storm flow of West 
African squall lines 
12:00 TAUPIN, J.-D. 

Decadal sahelian rainfall estimation over an area of 
1 degree square: characterization of the "Ground 
Truth" according to the raingauge network density 
12:15 MATRON, V.; LAURENT, H. 

Automatic tracking of West African cloud clusters 
12:30 JANICOT, S.; DIEDHIOU, A. 

Interannual variability of intraseasonal and synoptic 
weather systems over West Africa on the period 
1968-1997 

12:45 LEBEL, T.; AMANIL, A.; LE BARBE, L. 

Rainfall variability in the Sahel: a matter of scales 
13:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.1 West African monsoon studies - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Thomcroft, C.D. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Thomcroft, C.D. 

OA171 DELCLAUX, F.; POLCHER, J.; LEBEL, T. 

Rain event climatology in West Africa: compari¬ 
son from in situ and GCM outputs 




OA173 TAUPIN, J.-D. 

Characterization of sahelian rainfall spatial 
variability at a scale between 1 and 10 
kilometres: the ARCOL experiment (region of 
Niamey, Niger) 

OA174 THORNCROFT, C. 

The West African Monsoon Project * 

OA175 DIEDHIOU, A.; JANICOT, S.; VILTARD, A.; 
DE FELICE, P.; LAURENT, H. 

Different regimes of easterly waves over West 
Africa and tropical Atlantic (1979-1995) 


OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.2 Natural climate variability on the 
basis of past observations - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Duplessy, J.-C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA177 MIHAJLOVIC, LJ.; MIHAJLOVIC, S.; 
ORBADOVIC, M. 

Dynamically characteristics of the atmosphere 
parameters during intensive magnetic storms 
OA178 OTTERMAN, J.; ATLAS, R.; ANGELL, J.; 
ANYAMBA, E.; ARDIZZONE, J.; STARR, D.; 
SUSSKIND, J.; TERRY, J. 

1997 temperatures are highest on record: should 
it be atributed to the global warming? 

OA179 DACAMARA, C.C.; TRIGO, R.M. 

Winter precipitation in Portugal: trends and 
variability using a linear model based on weather 
types 

OA180 VACCARO, L.; SIAM, A.M.; PILOZZI, A.; 
MANGIANTI, F.; PALMIERI, S. 

An analysis of Italian long temperature and 
precipitation time series 

OA181 FAUQUETTE, S.; GUIOT, J.; SUC, J.-P. 

Pliocene warmth in Mediterranean areas: recon¬ 
struction from pollen data 
OA182 HEJKRLMK, L. 

Persistency of lunar signal in a precipitation data 
series 

OA183 RASPOPOV, O.M.; SHUMILOV, O.I.; 
KOCHEGURA, V.V.; DERGACHEV, V.A.; 
VAN GEEL, B.; VAN DER PLIGHT, J.; 
RENSSEN, H. 

External forcing of terrestrial climate during the 
Holocene around 2800 BP 

OA184 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; DE LA TORRE, L.; 
GONZALEZ, C. 

Climate variability in Orense (Spain) in the last 
300 years 

OA185 IVANOVA, E.V.; IVANOV, V.V. 

The fine structure of the spectral maxima of 
variations of sea level, air pressure and air 
temperature for periods from several days to 
several months 
OA186 BRUZEK, V. 

Some causes of long-term meteorological ele¬ 
ment changes and their further development * 


OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.2 Natural climate variability on the 
basis of past observations I 

Convener: Duplessy, J.-C. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 PELTIER, W.R.; SAKAI, K. 

Dansgaard-Oeschger oscillations: a hydrodynamic 
theory (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 REICHERT, B.K.; BENGTSSON, L. 

Combined dynamical and statistical modelling for 
the interpretation of in situ paleo records 
14:45 GRIEGER, B. 

Glacial Atlantic surface temperatures based on new 
data and a semi-inverse ocean model 
15:00 WYPUTTA, U. 

Sensitivity of the atmospheric general circulation 
model ECHAM 3 to different glacial sea surface 
temperatures 

15:15 LERASLE, N.; DUPLESSY, J.C. 

Sea surface salinity reconstruction of the Indian 
Ocean during thelast glacial maximum (about 18,000 
yr B.P.) 

15:30 CAMPIN,J.-M.; FICHEFET, T.; DUPLESSY, J.-C. 
A GCM simulation of the ‘‘‘C distribution in the 
glacial ocean 

15:45 TARASOV, P.E.; GUIOT, J. 

18 ka biomes reconstructed from pollen and plant 
macrofossil data from northern Eurasia: 
palaeoclimatic interpretation 

16:00 PINOT, S.; RAMSTEIN, G.; MARSIAT, I.; 
PEYRON, O.; GUIOT, J.; DE VERNAL, A.; 
SEIDOV, D. 

Last glacial maximum model/data comparison over 
Europe 

16:15 KISSEL, C.; LAJ, C.; ELLIOT, M.; LABEYRffi, L. 
Rapid climatic variations and magnetic mineralogy 
changes in North Atlantic sediments 
16:30 LAJ, C.; KISSEL, C.; AUFFRET, G.; 
VANGRIESHEM, A. 

Changes in the strength of the Iceland-Scotland 
overflow water in the lat 200,000 years: evidence 
from magnetic anisotropy analysis of core SU90-33 
16:45 VIMEUX, F.; MASSON, V.; JOUZEL, J.; 
STIEVENARD, M.; PETIT, J.R. 

Variations of the deuterium excess over the last 
climatic cycle in the Vostok ice core 
17:00 END OF PART I 


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0A17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.2 Natural climate variability on the 
basis of past observations II 

Convener: Duplessy, J.-C. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Chairperson: Grieger, B. 

09:00 ROUSSEAU, D.D.; PREECE, R.; LIMONDIN- 
LOZOUET, N. 

Late glacial and holocene climatic history in Great 
Britain from land snail assemblages 
09:15 COLIN, C.; KISSEL, C.; BLAMART, D.; TURPIN, 
L. 

Rapid climatic events and Asian monsoon intensity: 
magnetic and geochemical results from the Bay of 
Bengal and the Andaman Sea 
09:30 MARTI, O.; BRACONNOT, P.; JOUSSAUME, S. 
African and Asian monsoon chanages at 6000 BP 
inferred from a fiill coupled ocean-atmosphere model 
09:45 PEYRON, O.; BONNEFILLE, R.; JOLLY, D.; 
GUIOT, J. 

Climatic reconstruction in east Africa for 6000 years 
b.p. from Pollen data 
10:00 MORNER, N.-A. 

Climatic changes in the last millennium 
10:15 JACOBEIT, J.; BECK, C.; PHILIPP, A. 

North-Atlantic-European atmospheric circulation 
changes between the early instrumentel period and 
the recent century 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 WEBER, S.L.; SHABALOVA, M.V. 

Seasonality of low-frequency variability in 
early-instrumental temperatures 
11:15 BORN, K. 

Changes in baroclinicity and synoptic activity on the 
northern hemisphere from the 1960s to the present as 
seen by distinct data sets 

11:30 BASNETT, T.A.; RAYNER, N.A.; PARKER, D.E. 

GMSLP3: a global mean sea level pressure dataset 
11:45 QIAN, B.; CORTE-REAL, J.; XU, H. 

Nonseasonal variability of large-scale precipitation 
over Europe 

12:00 RAYNER, N.A.; SMITH, T.M. 

Global and regional optimal averages and associated 
error estimates of annual observed surface tempera¬ 
ture anomaly 
12:15 SCHMITT, F. 

Multifractal "nautral climate variability" 

12:30 END OF SESSION 


Attend the Poster Session 


OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.3 Climate variability: time scale in¬ 
teractions I 

Convener: Slingo, J.M. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Chairperson: Slingo, J.M. 

Coupled processes and global teleconnections 

08:30 BLADE, I. 

The influence of midlatitude ocean/atmosphere 
coupling on the low-frequency variability of a GCM 
with tropical SST forcing (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 DOMMENGET, D.; LATIF, M. 

Time scale interactions of SST variability in differ¬ 
ent GCM simulations 

09:15 KATTENBERG, A.; DRIJFHOUT, S.S. 

The role of the oceans in coupled model climate 
variability 

09:30 NORTON, W.A.; JEWSON, S.P.; SUTTON, R.T.; 
JONES, C.G. 

On the influence of North Atlantic SST anomalies 
on the atmosphere 

09:45 MARTINEU, C.; PAREY, S. 

Relations between NAO, PNA and ENSO oscilla¬ 
tions jn seasonal winter simulations with four 
AGCMs 

10:00 MARQUET, P. 

Seasonal forecasts with a coupled AOGCM 
10:15 AUAD, G.; MILLER, A.J.; WHITE, W.B. 

Simulation of interdecadal heat storages and heat 
budgets in the upper 400 m of the Pacific Ocean 
10:30 JONES, C.G.; THORNCROFT, C.D. 

Assessing the influence of ENSO forcing on synop¬ 
tic activity in the tropical Atlantic 

Stability and variability of the climate system 

10:45 BATES, J.R. 

A dynamical stabilizer in the climate system: a 
mechanism suggested by a simple model (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:15 DRIJFHOUT, S.; HAARSMA, RJ. 

The influence of solar variability on the variability 
of the climate system 
11:30 PELLETIER, J.D. 

Natural climate variability on all time scales from a 
stochastic atmosphere-ocean model 
11:45 SCHAR, C.; LUTHI, D.; BEYERLE, U.; HEISE, E. 
The soil-precipitation feedback: a study with a 
regional climate model 
12:00 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Blade, I. 

Scale interactions and ENSO dynamics 

14:00 VAN OLDENBORGH, G.J. 

Tracking down the causes of the 1997 El Nino with 
an adjoint OGCM 


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14:15 BALMASEDA, M.; ALVES, J.; ANDERSON, D.; 
FERRANTI, L.; SEGSCHNEIDER, J.; 
STOCKDALE, T. 

Do westerly wind bursts limit ENSO predictability? 
14:30 VIALARD, J.; DELECLUSE, P. 

Vesterly wind bursts and trigering of ENSO 
14:45 BENESTAD, R.E.; SUTTON, R.T.; ANDERSON, 
D.L.T. 

Intraseasonal Kelvin waves in the tropical Pacific 
15:00 FINK, A.H.; SPETH, P.; VINCENT, D.G.; 
SCHRAGE, J.M. 

High and low frequency intraseasonal variance of 
OLR on annual and ENSO time scales 
15:15 SLINGO, J.M.; ROWELL, D.P.; SPERBER, K.R. 
On the predictability of interannual variations in the 
activity of the Madden Julian Oscillation 
15:30 GUALDI, S.; NAVARRA, A.; TWARELLI, G. 
The interannual variability of the Madden-Julian 
oscillation in an ensemble of GCM experiments 
15:45 VAN DER VAART, P.C.; DUKSTRA, H.A.; BN, 
F.F. 

The Pacific cold tongue and the ENSO mode in a 
fully coupled Zebiak-Cane model 
16:00 BOULANGER, J.-P.; MENKES, C. 

On long equatorial wave reflection 
16:15 RAYNAUD, S.; SPEICH, S.; MADEC, G. 

Interannual variability of the ocean-atmosphere 
system through global general circulation model 
results: the Pacific Ocean 
16:30 END OF PART I 


OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.3 Climate variability: time scale in¬ 
teractions - Poster Session 

Convener: Slingo, J. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA187 CASTANHEIRA, J.M.; DACAMARA, C.C.; 
ROCHA, A. 

Global circulation patterns associated with atmo¬ 
spheric forcing by sea surface temperature 
OA188 ROCHA, A.; BELO, M. 

The ENSO signature on winter rainfall over the 
Iberian Peninsula 

OA189 ALEXEEV, V.A.; BATES, J.R. 

Sensitivity of the climate of a GCM to the 
boundary layer parameterizations 
OA190 LORANT, V.; ROYER, J.-F. 

Sensitivity to resolution studied with a variable 
horizontal resolution global circulation model 
OA191 PRIGANCOVA, A.; PULAKOS, C.; 
PETROPOULOS, B. 

Some quantitative signatures of climate variabili¬ 
ty on time scales of solar forcing 
OA192 KURGANSKY, M.V.; PISNICHENKO, LA. 

Modified Ertel’s potential vorticity as a climate 
variable 

OA193 CABOS, W.; ORTIZ BEVIA, MJ.; JIMENEZ, 

J.J. 

Study of scale interaction in the anomalies 
equatorial Atlantic 


OA194 VAN EUK, M.; BURGERS, G.; VAN 
OLDENBORGH, G.J. 

The implementation of a nonlocal diffusion 
model in the HOPE OGCM 
OA195 RAZORENOVA, O.A. 

Variability and interaction of the global atmo¬ 
sphere circulation forms over the Atlantic and 
European sectors of the northern hemisphere in 
winter 

OA196 MENDONCA LEITE, S.; ANDRADE 
SANTOS, J. 

Contribution to the analysis of Iberian Peninsula 
climate variability 

OA197 PEREIRA, M.G.; DACAMARA, C.C. 

Coupled modes of variability between surface 
temperature in Portugal, 500 hPa height and 
sea-level pressure 

OA198 CARAMELO, L.; MANSO ORGAZ, M.D. 

A estudyn of hydrologic variability of Douro 
river basin 

OA199 TSCHUCK, P.; ARPE, K. 

A climatology of onset dates of the Asian sum¬ 
mer monsoon 
OA200 CARL, P. 

A generically intraseasonal southern oscillation of 
the atmosphere-land system? 

OA201 TRZASKA, S.; RICHARD, Y.; ROUCOU, P. 

Numerical study of the impact of first 
eigenmodes of SST variability on tropical rainfall 
OA201A TIBALDI, S.; QUADRELLI, R.; CESARI, V. 

Influence of SST on observed midlatitude block¬ 
ing variability 

OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.3 Climate variability: time scale in¬ 
teractions II 

Convener: Slingo, J.M. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Chairperson: Fink, A. 

European climate and the NAO 

08:45 CESARI, V.; TIBALDI, S.; TOSI, E. 

Blocking simulation in general circulation models 
with different resolutions 

09:00 MICHELANGELI, P.-A.; VAUTARD, R. 

The dynamics of Euro-Atlantic blocking onsets 
09:15 BARTHOLY, J.; PONGRACZ, R. 

Comparing signals of ENSO and NAO for selected 
regions of the northern hemisphere 
09:30 WEBER, R.O.; STEFANICKI, G.; TALKNER, P. 
Influence of NAO index to synoptic weather situa¬ 
tion over Switzerland 

09:45 PIRAZZOLI, P.A.; TOMASIN, A. 

The recent abatement of easterly winds in the 
northern Adriatic 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


191 


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Monsoons 


10:00 ANNAMALAI, H.; SLINGO, J.M. 

The interaction between intraseasonal and 
interannual variability and its relevance for the 
seasonal predictability of the Asian summer mon¬ 
soon (Solicited Paper) 

10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Slingo, J.M. 

11:00 CHAUVIN, F.; ROYER, J.-F.; STEPHENSON, 
D.B. 

Role of Indian Ocean SSTs on the Asian summer 
monsoon 

11:15 ARPE, K.; TSCHUCK, P. 

Impact of SST forcing on the monsoons of 1987/88 
11:30 SCONCIA, B.; HOSKINS, B. 

Intraseasonal variability of the Indian monsoon 
11:45 GIORGETTA, M.A.; BENGTSSON, L.; ARPE, K. 
QBO signals in the monsoon system in GCM experi¬ 
ments 

12:00 MAYNARD, K.; POLCHER, J.; LAVAL, K. 

The role of land surface processes in interannual 
variability of the LMD GCM 
12:15 CARL, P. 

On the modal structure of Indian monsoon onset 
12:30 JONES, C.; WALISER, D.E.; SCHEMM, J.-K.E.; 
LAU, W.K.M. 

Prediction skill of the Madden-Julian oscillation in 
dynamical and statistical models* 

12:45 END OF SUB-SESSION 


OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.4 Clouds in the climate system: ob¬ 
servations and modelling 

Convener: Desbois, M. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Chairperson: Le Trent, H. 

Editor: Desbois, M. 

14:00 BERGER, F.H.; ROCKEL, B. 

OA17.4- Comparisons of model generated fluxes with satellite 
001 inferred fluxes 

14:15 SEZE, G.; VANBAUCE, C.; BURIEZ, J.C.; 

OA17.4- PAROL, F.; COUVERT, P. 

002 Cloud cover observed simultaneously from POLDER 
and METEOSAT 

14:30 PAWLOWSKA, H.; BRENGUIER, J.-L.; 

OA17.4. SCHUELLER, L. 

003 Cloud microphysical and radiative properties 
14:45 PINCUS, R.; MCFARLANE, SA.; KLEIN, SA. 
OA17.4- Cloud type and horizontal variability in marine 
004 boundary layers 

15:00 MATHIEU, A.; SEZE, G.; GUERIN, C.; DUPUIS, 
OA17.4- H.; WEILL, A. 

005 Convective meso-scale boundary layer clouds struc¬ 
tures during the SEMAPHORE campaign 
15:15 STANWAY, J.D.; LOVEJOY, S.; SCHERTZER, D. 
OA17.4- Direct evidence for cloud cascade dynamics from 
006 planetary scales to 1 km 


15:30 WEBB, MJ. 

OA17.4- Assessment of the simulation of clouds in the 
(X )7 Hadley Centre Climate Model using satellite obser¬ 
vations 

15:45 BAUER, H.-S.; BENGTSSON, L.; FEICHTER, J.; 
OA17.4- STENDEL, M. 

008 Validation of cloud systems in the general circula¬ 
tion model ECHAM4 by using the nudging tech¬ 
nique 

16:00 GELENNE, P.; RICARD, J.L. 

OA17.4. Bomex ID intercomparison: impact of the 
(XB Parametrization of the shallow convection in the 
surfHcc fluxes 

16:15 DALPANE, E.; MANNOZZI, L.; TOSI, E.; RIZZI, 

OA17.4- R. 

010 A new parameterization of cloud properties and 
comparison of simulated and measured HIRS cloudy 
radiances 

16:30 DELOBBE, L.; GALLEE, H. 

OA 17 . 4 - Simulation of marine stratocumulus evolution ob- 
011 served during ASTEX: comparison with observations 

and sensitivity studies 
16:45 XU, K.-M.; RANDALL, DA. 

0Ai7,4- A sensitivity study of radiative-convective equilibri- 
012 urn in the tropics with a convection-resolving model 
17:00 TOMPKINS, A.M.; CRAIG, G.C. 

OA 17 . 4 - Timescales of variability in tropical 
013 radiative-convective equilibrium 
17:15 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 

OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.4 Clouds in the climate system: ob¬ 
servations and modelling - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Desbois, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Le Treut, H. 

Editor: Desbois, M. 

OA202 DOUTRIAUX-BOUCHER, M.; SEZE, G. 
OA17.4-m4 Comparison of ISCCP C, and D1 cloud datasets 
OA203 KERAMITSOGLOU, I.; HARRIES. J.E.; 

OA17.4-015 FOOT, J.S. 

Studies of upper tropospheric humidity using 
airborne in-situ sensors 
OA204 BIBIKOVA, T.N.; ZHURBA, E.V. 

OAi7.4-()i6 Cloud fields dynamics above the Crimea 
OA205 MAKELA, J.M.; AALTO, P.; POHJA, T.; 
OA17.4-()17 HAATAJA, J.; HARI, P.; VESALA, T.; 

BUZORIUS, G.; RANNIK, U.; KULMALA, M. 
Nanoparticle formation events at a boreal forest 
site 

OA206 KARAVAEV, D.; SHCHUKIN, G.; 

OA17.4-01R STASENKO, V. 

Multiwave active-passive sounding of atmospher¬ 
ic moisture 


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OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.5 Prediction and detection of anthro¬ 
pogenic climate change 

Convener: Johns, T.C. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Chairperson: Johns, T.C. 

08:30 CROSSLEY, J.F.; POLCHER, J. 

Quantifying the uncertainties due to landsurface 
schemes in climate change prediction 
08:45 GEDNEY, N.; VALDES, P.J. 

Significance of rooting depth on climate change 
prediction 

09:00 DOUVILLE, H.; PLANTON, S.; ROYER, J.-F.; 
KERGOAT, L.; BETTS, R. 

Regional impacts of the vegetation feedbacks in 
doubled CO 2 climate experiments 
09:15 PAWSON, S.; KODERA, K.; ET AL. 

Performance of current climate-middle atmosphere 
models: results from the GRIPS initiative 
09:30 KECKHUT, P.; SCHMIDLIN, F.J.; 
HAUCHECORNE, A.; CHANIN, M.L. 

Trend estimates from US rocketsonde stations at low 
latitudes (8°S-34°N), taking into account instrumen¬ 
tal changes and natural variability 
09:45 BARFRED, M. 

Detecting external forcings of the atmosphere using 
the ERA data set 

10:00 DE F. FORSTER, P.M.; CHRISTIDIS, N. 

The effect of uncertainties in radiative forcing on 
surface temperature trend predictions 
10:15 PELLETIER, J.D. 

Testing for global warming against stationary natural 
climate variability 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Johns, T.C. 

11:00 MATYASOVSZKY, I. 

Estimating climate trends by nonparametric regres¬ 
sion 

11:15 STENDEL, M.; BENGTSSON, L. 

Recent temperature trends from surface observations, 
satellite data, reanalysis and GCMs 
11:30 SEXTON, FOLLAND, C.K. 

Comparison of atmosphere model and coupled model 
climate change detection estimates 
11:45 BOVILLE, B.A.; KIEHL, J.T.; MEEHL, G.A.; 
SOLOMON, S.; PORTMANN, R. 

Response of the NCAR Climate System Model to 
changing greenhouse gases 
12:00 CORTI, S.; MOLTENI, F. 

Variations in hemispheric air-surface temperature 
associated with large scale flow patterns 
12:15 DUBROVSKY, M.; HUTH, R. 

Circulation modes and their interdiurnal variability 
in the ECHAM GCM 
12:30 ULBRICH, U.; CHRISTOPH, M. 

Simulated changes in baroclinic wave activity over 
the Atlantic: a NAO variability effect 
12:45 COLLINS, M.; TETT, S.F.B. 

Possible changes in El Nino/southern oscillation in 
a warmer climate 
13:00 END OF SUB-SESSION 


OA17 Climate variability: models and obser¬ 
vations (co-sponsored by SE) 

.5 Prediction and detection of anthro¬ 
pogenic climate change - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Johns, T.C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA208 KALVOVA, J.; JURECKOVA, J.; PICEK, J. 

Nonparametric test of Ar order with application 
to the GCM-simulated and measured air tempera¬ 
tures 

OA209 FERRARESE, S.; ALBERTO, D.; CASSARDO, 
C.; LONGHETTO A. 

A study for the identification of COj source areas 
OA210 RIVIN, I. 

A simplified 3D atmospheric model of relevance 
to interannual and interdecadal climate variability 
in the Pacific 

OA211 BETHOUX, J.P.; GENTILI, B. 

Mediterranean Sea: increase in greenhouse effect, 
air and sea temepratures and freshwater deficit 
OA212 LOWE, J.A.; GREGORY, J.M. 

Sea level rise: HadCM2 model predictions 
OA213 DURMAN, C.F.; GREGORY, J.M; GEORGE, 
S.E.; HENNESSY, K.J. 

Changes in extreme daily precipitation by general 
circulation models under scenarios of increased 
CO 2 concentration 

OA214 KHUNDZHUA, G.G.; ANDREEV, E.G.; 
AKSENOV, V.N.; KARAVAEVA, E.V.; 
SMIRNOVA, YU.G. 

Whether the global warming can be avoided 
according to the "iron theory" of Dr. J. Martin? 
OA215 POLCHER, J.; CROSSLEY, J.F. 

The impact of a complex land-surface scheme on 
the results of a climate change simulation 
OA216 FAIRHEAD, L.; DUFRESNE, J.-L.; LETREUT, 
H.;LI, L. 

Climate change due to a CO 2 increase as simu¬ 
lated by the IPSL coupled model 

OA18 Heterogeneous and homogeneous 
chemistry of reactive halogen com¬ 
pounds in the lower troposphere 
(co-sponsored by ST) I 

Convener: Platt, U. 

Co-Convener(s): Moortgat, G.K. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CLIO 
Chairperson: Herrmann, H. 

Field measurements 

14:00 BARRIE, L.A. 

An overview of observations related to polar tropo¬ 
spheric ozone depletion chemistry (Solicited Paper) 
14:30 ARNOLD, T.; MARTINEZ, M.; PERNER, D.; 
CROWLEY, J.N. 

Chlorine and bromine detectoin during arctic ozone 
depletion events at Ny-Alesund 


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14:50 WITTROCK, F.; RICHTER, A.; BURROWS, J.P. 
DO AS UV/visible measurements at Ny-Alesund 
1995-1997: retrieval of tropospheric constituents 
15:10 LEHRER, E.; KONIG-LANGLO, G.; 
LANGENDORFER, U.; MINIKIN, A.; 
TUCKERMANN, M.; UNOLD, W.; 
WAGENBACH, D.; PLATT, U. 

Tropospheric ozone depletion and related halogen 
chemistry at polar regions 

15:30 RAMACHER, B.; KOPPMANN, R.; RUDOLPH, 

J. 

A novel approach to derive integrated halogen atom 
concentrations from changes in VOC pattern during 
tropospheric ozone depletions 
15:50 ARIYA, P.A.; HOPPER, J.F.; HARRIS, G.W. 

C 2 -C 7 hydrocarbon concentration in Arctic snowpack 
interstitial air 

16:10 Poster summaries of 3 min per summary 

STURGES, W.T.; BAKER, J.M.; SUGIER, J.; 
SUNNENBERG, G.; CARPENTER, L.; LOVETT, 
A.; PENKETT, S.A. 

Emission of reactive organochlorines and 
organobromines from coastal macrophytes 
MIHELE, C.M.; IMPEY, G.; BARRIE, L.; 
ANLAUF, K.; SHEPSON, P.B.; HASTIE, D.R. 
Bromine radicals and photolysable halogen com¬ 
pounds during polar sunrise at Alert, Canada 
AMMANN, M.; WACHSMUTH, M.; 
BALTENSPERGER, U.; JOST, D.T.; GAGGELER, 
H.W. 

A new laboratory approach to heterogeneous halogen 
chemistry 

BEHR, P.; BREIL, M.; ZELLNER, R. 

Laboratory studies of the uptake of atmospheric trace 
gases on solid surfaces 

ADAMS, J.; FICKERT, S.; MOORTGAT, G.K.; 
CROWLEY, J.N. 

Activation of halogens via HOBr in the marine 

boundary layer - a laboratory study 

BAUER, D.; INGHAM, T.; CAMPUZANO-JOST, 

P.; CARL, S.A.; MOORTGAT, G.K.; CROWLEY, 

J.N. 

Gas-phase kinetics and photochemistry of bromine 
and iodine containing species in the marine boundary 
layer 

BEDJANIAN, YU.; POULET, G.; LE BRAS, G. 
Reactions of bromine atoms with alkenes: kinetics 
and mechanisms at low pressure 
MOSSINGER, J.; SHALLCROSS, D.E.; COX, 
R.A. 

UV-visible absorption cross-sections and atmospheric 
lifetimes of CH 2 Br 2 , Ch 2 l 2 and Ch 2 BrI 
FLEISCHMANN, O.C.; ORPHAL, J.; BURROWS, 
J.P. 

Spectroscopic and kinetical investigation on BRO 
applying static and time resolved rapid scan FT-UV 
spectroscopy 

BROSKE, R.; ZABLE, F. 

Spectroscopic and kinetic properties of XNO 2 (X = 
Br,I) 

SPIETZ, P.; HIMMELMANN, S.; GROSS, U.; 
ORPHAL, J.; BURROWS, J.P. 

Study of iodine oxides and iodine ozone chemistry 
using flash photolysis and time resolved absorption 
spectroscopy 


CANOSA-MAS, C.E.; FLUGGE, M.; SHAH, D.; 
VIPOND, A.; WAYNE, R.P. 

Kinetic studies of the reactions of the 10 radical 
with itself, 0(^P) and HO 2 
CANOSA-MAS, C.E.; COTTER, E.; STEWART, 
D.; THOMPSON, K.; WAYNE, R.P. 

Laboratory kinetic studies of the reactions of Cl 
atoms wiA species of biogenic origin 
NOTARIO, A.; BEDJANIAN, Y.; MELLOUKI, A.; 
LAVERDET, G.; LE BRAS, G. 

The C, atom oxidation of isoprene studied in the 
laboratory 

BERHO, F.; RAYEZ, M.-T.; LESCLAUX, R.; 
VILLENAVE, E. 

The reaction of atomic chlorine with benzene 
KOLM, J.; NELANDER, B.; SCHREMS, O.; 
BEICHERT, P. 

Low temperature FTIR-studies and ab-initio calcula¬ 
tions of BrOBr and BrBrO 
LAZAROU, Y.G.; KAMBANIS, K.G.; 
PAPAGIANNAKOPOULOS, P. 

Theoretical ab-initio calculations of the structure and 
stability of halogen atoms adducts with alkyl halides 
17:00 END OF PART I 


OA18 Heterogeneous and homogeneous 
chemistry of reactive halogen com¬ 
pounds in the lower troposphere 
(co-sponsored by ST) - Poster Session 

Convener: Platt, U. 

Co-Convener(s): Moortgat, G.K. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA340 STURGES, W.T.; BAKER, J.M.; SUGIER, J.; 

SUNNENBERG, G.; CARPENTER, L.; 
LOVETT, A.; PENKETT, S.A. 

Emission of reactive organochlorines and 
organobromines from coastal macrophytes 
OA341 MIHELE, C.M.; IMPEY, G.; BARRIE, L.; 
ANLAUF, K.; SHEPSON, P.B.; HASTIE, D.R. 
Bromine radicals and photolysable halogen 
compounds during polar sunrise at Alert, Canada 
OA342 AMMANN, M.; WACHSMUTH, M.; 
BALTENSPERGER, U.; JOST, D.T.; 
GAGGELER, H.W. 

A new laboratory approach to heterogeneous 
halogen chemistry 

OA343 BEHR, P.; BREIL, M.; ZELLNER, R. 

Laboratory studies of the uptake of atmospheric 
trace gases on solid surfaces 

OA344 ADAMS, J.; FICKERT, S.; MOORTGAT, G.K.; 
CROWLEY, J.N. 

Activation of halogens via HOBr in the marine 
boundary layer - a laboratory study 
OA345 BAUER, D.; INGHAM, T.; CAMPUZANO- 
JOST, P.; CARL, S.A.; MOORTGAT, G.K.; 
CROWLEY, J.N. 

Gas-phase kinetics and photochemistry of bro¬ 
mine and iodine containing species in the marine 
boundary layer 

OA346 BEDJANIAN, YU.; POULET, G.; LE BRAS, G. 

Reactions of bromine atoms with alkenes: kinet¬ 
ics and mechanisms at low pressure 


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OA347 MOSSINGER, J.; SHALLCROSS, D.E.; COX, 
R.A. 

UV-visible absorption cross-sections and atmo¬ 
spheric lifetimes of CHjBrj, Ch 2 l 2 and ChjBrI 
OA348 FLEISCHMANN, O.C.; ORPHAL, J.; BUR¬ 
ROWS, J.P. 

Spectroscopic and kinetical investigation on BRO 
applying static and time resolved rapid scan 
FT-UV spectroscopy 
OA349 BROSKE, R.; ZABLE, F. 

Spectroscopic and kinetic properties of XNO 2 (X 
= Br, I) 

OA350 SPIETZ, P.; HIMMELMANN, S.; GROSS, U.; 
ORPHAL, J.; BURROWS, J.P. 

Study of iodine oxides and iodine ozone chemis¬ 
try using flash photolysis and time resolved 
absorption spectroscopy 

OA351 CANOSA-MAS, C.E.; FLUGGE, M.; SHAH, D.; 
VIPOND, A.; WAYNE, R.P. 

Kinetic studies of the reactions of the 10 radical 
with itself, 0(^P) and HO 2 

OA352 CANOSA-MAS, C.E.; COTTER, E.; STEW¬ 
ART, D.; THOMPSON, K.; WAYNE, R.P. 
Laboratory kinetic studies of the reactions of Cl 
atoms with species of biogenic origin 
OA353 NOTARIO, A.; BEDJANIAN, Y.; MELLOUKI, 
A.; LAVERDET, G.; LE BRAS, G. 

The C, atom oxidation of isoprene studied in the 
laboratory 

OA354 BERHO, F.; RAYEZ, M.-T.; LESCLAUX, R.; 
VILLENAVE, E. 

The reaction of atomic chlorine with benzene 
OA355 KOLM, J.; NELANDER, B.; SCHREMS, O.; 
BEICHERT, P. 

Low temperature FTIR-studies and ab-initio 
calculations of BrOBr and BrBrO 
OA356 LAZAROU, Y.G.; KAMBANIS, K.G.; 
PAPAGIANNAKOPOULOS, P. 

Theoretical ab-initio calculations of the structure 
and stability of halogen atoms adducts with alkyl 
halides 


0A18 Heterogeneous and homogeneous 
chemistry of reactive halogen com¬ 
pounds in the lower troposphere 
(co-sponsored by ST) II 

Convener: Platt, U. 

Co-Convener(s): Moortgat, G.K. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CLIO 
Chairperson: N.N. 

08:30 WAGNER, T.; PFEILSTICKER, K.; PLATT, U. 
GOME observation of enhanced tropospheric BrO 
concentration in the polar spring 
08:50 RICHTER, A.; WITTROCK, F.; BURROWS, J.P. 
GOME measurements of tropospheric BrO in north¬ 
ern hemispheric spring 

09:10 ALICKE, B.; HEBESTREIT, K.; PLATT, U.; 
CARPENTER, L.J.; STURGES, W.T. 
Measurements of tropospheric iodine oxide in the 
mid-latitudes 


09:30 CARPENTER, L.J.; STURGES, W.T.; LISS, P.S.; 
PENKETT, S.A.; ALICKE, B.; HEBESTREIT, K.; 
PLATT, U. 

Observations of alkyl iodides and bromides at Mace 
Heat: links to macroalgal emissions and io formation 
09:50 HEBESTREIT, K.; STUTZ, J.; LURIA, M.; 
PELEG, M.; MATVEIV, V.; ROZEN, D.; PLATT, 

u. 

First DOAS measurements of tropospheric BrO at 
mid latitudes: the Dead Sea Valley as a natural 
laboratory 
10:10 BREAK 

Chairperson: Seisel, S. 

Modelling of halogen activation 

10:30 SANDER, R.; VON GLASOW, R.; CRUTZEN, 
P.J.; VOGT, R. 

Modelling the chemistry of ozone and halogen 
compounds in the marine boundary layer (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:00 VOGT, R.; SANDER, R.; CRUTZEN, P.J. 

The chemistry of iodine in the marine boundary 
layer 

11:20 MCFIGGANS, G.; ALLAN, B.; COE, H.; PLANE, 
J.M.C.; CARPENTER, L.; O’DOWD, C.D.; 
STURGES, W.O. 

Observations and modelling studies of reactive 
iodine species in the marine boundary layer 
11:40 STUTZ, J.; HEBESTREIT, K.; ALICKE, B.; 
PLATT, U. 

Chemistry of halogen oxides in the troposphere: 
comparison of model calculations with recent field 
data 

12:00 EVANS, M.J.; LAW, K.S.; SHALLCROSS, D.E.; 
BASSFORD, M.; SPAIN, T.G.; SIMMONDS, P.; 
PYLE, J.A. 

Modelling of low ozone measured at the West Coast 
of Ireland 

Heterogeneous processes 

12:20 CROWLEY, J.N.; FICKERT, S.; ADAMS, J.; 
BAUER, D.; INGHAM, T. 

Reactive bromine in the marine boundary layer: 
laboratory studies of gas-phase and heterogeneous 
processes (Solicited Paper) 

12:50 OUM, K.W.; LAKIN, M.J.; DEHANN, D.O.; 
BRAUERS, T.; STUTZ, J.; FINLAYSON-PITTS, 
B.J. 

Formation of halogens from the heterogeneous 
reaction of sea salt 
13:10 LUNCH 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 SCHWEITZER, F.; GEORGE, CH.; MIRABEL, 
PH. 

Multiphase phase chemistry of XNOj and HOBr in 
relation to tropospheric halogen activation 
14:20 SEISEL, S.; CALOZ, F.; FENTER, F.F.; AGUZZI, 
A.; MOCHIDA, M.; ROSSI, M.J. 

Heterogeneous reactions of halogen containing trace 
gases on NaCI and KBr salt 
14:40 CHAIX, L.; ROSSI, M.J. 

Kinetics of the uptake of D20 and BrON02 on ice 


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15:00 GERSHENZON, M.YU.; FEDOTOV, N.G.; 
ILAEIN, S.D.; APARINA, E.V.; ZELENOV, V.V.; 
GERSHENZON, YU.M. 

Mechanism of NO 3 uptake by solid NaCl 
15:20 BREAK 

Chaiqjerson: N.N. 

Heterogeneous and homogeneous Processes 

15:40 HERMMANN, H.; REESE, A.; WICKTOR, F.; 
ERVENS, B. 

Mechanistic considerations for tropospheric halogen 
activation in the marine aerosol 
16:00 BEHNKE, W.; ELEND, M.; KRUGER, U.; 
ZETZSCH, C. 

Which components of the sea salt aerosol promote 
the Br-catalysed production of halogenated radicals? 
16:20 DAVIES, J.A.; COX, R.A. 

Kinetics of the heterogeneous reaction of HNO 3 with 
NaCl: effect of water vapour 
16:40 BLOSS, W.J.; ROWLEY, D.M.; COX, R.A.; 
JONES, R.L. 

Kinetic and photochemical studies of iodine oxide 
chemistry 

17:00 ROWLEY, D.M.; MOSSINGER, J.; COX, R.A. 
The UV absorption cross-section and atmospheric 
photolysis rate of HOI 

17:20 KAMBANIS, K.G.; LAZAROU, Y.G.; 
PAPAGIANNAKOPOULOS, P. 

Reaction rate and chemical mechanism for the gas 
phase reactions of Cl atoms with CH 2 ICI and CHjIj 
17:40 Concluding remarks 
18:00 END OF SESSION 


OA19 Free-radicals in the troposphere 
(co-sponsored by ST) 

Convener: Dorn, H.-P. 

Co-Convener(s): Volz-Thomas, A. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CLIO 
Chairperson: Monks, P.S. 

N03 radicals 

11:00 PLATT, U. 

The importance of nitrate radicals for atmospheric 
chemistry (Solicited Paper) 

11:30 DUBOIS, R.; FLLENTJE, H. 

Measurements of nitrate radicals and estimation of 
particle surface area at Cape Arkona (Riigen Island) 
11:35 ALLAN, B.J.; COE, H.; MCFIGGANS, G.; 
PLANE, J.M.C. 

Studies of the nitrate radical in the troposphere 
R02 radicals 

11:40 VOLZ-THOMAS, A.; PRICE SCIENCE TEAM 
On the status of peroxy radical measurements: 
results from the peroxy radical intercomparison 
exercises I + II (Solicited Paper) 


12:10 Poster Summaries 

MIHELE, C.M.; HASTIE, D.R. 

The effect of humidity on wall loss and chain 
lengths in radical amplifiers 
EL BOUDALI, A.; MAGUIN, F.; LAVERDET, G.; 
LE BRAS, G. 

Measurements of peroxy radical concentrations in a 
peri-urban atmosphere using the chemical amplifier 
method 

ANDRES HERNANDEZ, M.D.; BURKERT, J.; 
GERHARD, M.; REICHERT, L.; STOBENER, D.; 
BURROWS, J.P. 

Role of peroxy radicals in the formation of tropo¬ 
spheric ozone in Bremen 
HANKE, M.; REINER, T.; ARNOLD, F. 
Laboratory studies on the selective measurement of 
organic perozy radicals and HO 2 by chemical con- 
version/ion molecule reaction mass spectrometry 
REINER, T.; HANKE, M.; ARNOLD, F.; 
ZIEREIS, H.; SCHLAGER, W.; JUNKERMANN, 
W. 

Aircraft-borne measurements of peroxy radicals, 
related trace gases, and UV radiation 
CLEMITSHAW, K.C.; SUGIER, J.; JENKIN, M.E.; 
HEARD, D.E.; PILLING, M.J.; BURROWS, J.P.; 
MIHELCIC, D.J.; LAVERDET, G.; HJORTH, J. 
Peroxy radical initiative for measurements in the 
environment (PRIME): a new EU project 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Monks, P.S. 

OH radicals 

14:00 HOFZUMAHAUS, A. 

OH radicals in the atmosphere (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 Poster Summaries 

BERRESHEIM, H.; ELSTE, T., WEINER, R.; 
PLASS-DULMER, C.; EISELE, F.L.; TANNER, 
D.J. 

Tests and evaluation of an ion assisted mass spectro- 
metric technique for long-term monitoring of atmo¬ 
spheric OH-radicals 

WEBER, M.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A.; HOLLAND, 
F.; SCHAFER, j.; SEDLACEK, M. 

The measurement of tropospheric HO 2 radical con¬ 
centrations by laser-induced fluorescence at low 
pressure 

SEDLACEK, M.; WEBER, M.; HOFZUMAHAUS, 
A. 

Investigation of the effective absorption 
cross-sections of water vapour and oxygen for the 
VUV emissions of low pressure mercury lamps at 
185 NM 

CREASEY, D.J.; HALFORD-MAW, P.A.; 
HEARD, D.E.: LEE, J.D.; PILLING, M.J.; 
WHITAKER, B.J. 

Measurement of HOx in the marine boundary layer 
CARSLAW, N.; JACOBS, P.J.; PILLING, M.J. 
Modelling radical chemistry in the marine boundary 
layer 


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MONKS, P.S.; CARSLAW, N.; EVANS, M.; 
SHALLCROSS, D.; LEWIS, A.C.; LAW, K.; 
PENKETT, S.A.; PYLE, J.; PILLING, MJ. 
Isoprene and radicals: sstimulants for the export of 
continental ozone? 

FORBERICH, O.; PFEIFFER, P.; COMES, F.J. 
Tropospheric OH box-modelling and analytical 
studies: comparison with observations from the 
WAOSE’95 

HAUSMANN, M.; HOLLAND, F.; KOHLMANN, 

J. -P.; ROHRER, F.; EHHALT, D.H. 

On the dependence of the OH radical concentration 
on its precursors: results of the POPCORN field 
campaign 

CALANCA, P.; REIMANN, S.; HOFER, P. 
Inferring OH concentrations from diurnal variations 
of non-methane hydrocarbons 
KOHLMANN, J.-P.; POPPE, D. 

Influence of the uncertainty of gas phase rate con¬ 
stants on the modeled tropospheric OH concentra¬ 
tions 

COLLINS, W.J.; STEVENSON, D.S.; JOHNSON, 
C.E.; DERWENT, R.G. 

Chemical processes affecting the global distribution 
of OH in a tropospheric Lagrangian chemistry model 
ACKERMANN, R.; GEYER, A.; STUTZ, J.; 
LOERZER, J.; KURTENBACH, R.; BECKER, 

K. -H.; PLATT, U. 

Simultaneous DOAS-measurements of HONO and 
its precursors in a traffic tunnel 
KOURTIDIS, K.; ZEREFOS, C.; TSIOURI, L; 
SCHMITT, R.; RAPPENGLUECK, B.; SUPPAN, 
P.; FABIAN, P. 

Production and destruction rate of OH at an island 
and a suburban site in Greece during the 1996 
PAUR campaign 

KRAUS, A.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A. 

Airborne measurements of the absolute solar actinic 
UV flux and the O 3 -> 0(’D) photolysis frequency 
in the troposphere between 0-12 km altitude 
HASZPRA, L.; RADIOS, K. 

A quality control/quality assessment method for 
atmospheric non-methane hydrocarbon (NMHC) 
measurement 

ELANSKY, N.F.; VOLOKH, A.A.; VLASENKO, 
T.S.; KUZNETSOV, GJ.; TEREKHOVA, O.A. 
Volatile organic compounds and peroxy radicals 
concentrations for urban and rural regions of Russia 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


OA19 Free-radicals in the troposphere 
(co-sponsored by ST) - Poster Session 

Convener: Dorn, H.-P. 

Co-Convener(s): Volz-Thomas, A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Andres Hernandez, M. 

OA363 DUBOIS, R.; FLLENTJE, H. 

Measurements of nitrate radicals and estimation 
of particle surface area at Cape Arkona (Riigen 
Island) 


OA364 ALLAN, B.J.; COE, H.; MCFIGGANS, G.; 
PLANE, J.M.C. 

Studies of the nitrate radical in the troposphere 
OA365 MIHELE, C.M.; HASTIE, D.R. 

The effect of humidity on wall loss and chain 
lengths in radical amplifiers 

OA366 EL BOUDALI, A.; MAGUIN, F.; LAVERDET, 
G.; LE BRAS, G. 

Measurements of peroxy radical concentrations in 
a peri-urban atmosphere using the chemical 
amplifier method 

OA367 ANDRES HERNANDEZ, M.D.; BURKERT, J.; 
GERHARD, M.; REICHERT, L.; STOBENER, 
D.; BURROWS, J.P. 

Role of peroxy radicals in the formation of 
tropospheric ozone in Bremen 
OA368 HANKE, M.; REINER, T.; ARNOLD, F. 

Laboratory studies on the selective measurement 
of organic perozy radicals and HOj by chemical 
conversion/ion molecule reaction mass spectrom¬ 
etry 

OA369 REINER, T.; HANKE, M.; ARNOLD, F.; 
ZIEREIS, H.; SCHLAGER, W.; 
JUNKERMANN, W. 

Aircraft-borne measurements of peroxy radicals, 
related trace gases, and UV radiation 
OA370 CLEMITSHAW, K.C.; SUGIER, J.; JENKIN, 
M.E.; HEARD, D.E.; PILLING, M.J.; BUR¬ 
ROWS, J.P.; MIHELCIC, DJ.; LAVERDET, G.; 
HJORTH, J. 

Peroxy radical initiative for measurements in the 
environment (PRIME): a new EU project 
OA371 BERRESHEIM, H.; ELSTE, T.; WEINER, R.; 
PLASS-DOLMER, C.; EISELE, F.L.; TANNER, 
D.J. 

Tests and evaluation of an ion assisted mass 
spectrometric technique for long-term monitoring 
of atmospheric OH-radicals 

OA372 WEBER, M.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A.; HOL¬ 
LAND, F.; SCHAFER, j.; SEDLACEK, M. 

The measurement of tropospheric HO 2 radical 
concentrations by laser-induced fluorescence at 
low pressure 

OA373 SEDLACEK, M.; WEBER, M.; 
HOFZUMAHAUS, A. 

Investigation of the effective absorption 
cross-sections of water vapour and oxygen for 
the VUV emissions of low pressure mercury 
lamps at 185 NM 

OA374 CREASEY, D.J.; HALFORD-MAW, P.A.; 
HEARD, D.E.; LEE, J.D.; PILLING, MJ.; 
WHITAKER, B.J. 

Measurement of HOx in the marine boundary 
layer 

OA375 CARSLAW, N.; JACOBS, P.J.; PILLING, M.J. 

Modelling radical chemistry in the marine bound¬ 
ary layer 

OA376 MONKS, P.S.; CARSLAW, N.; EVANS, M.; 
SHALLCROSS, D.; LEWIS, A.C.; LAW, K.; 
PENKETT, S.A.; PYLE, J.; PILLING, M.J. 
Isoprene and radicals: sstimulants for the export 
of continental ozone? 

OA377 FORBERICH, O.; PFEIFFER, P.; COMES, F.J. 

Tropospheric OH box-modelling and analytical 
studies: comparison with observations from the 
WAOSE’95 


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OA378 HAUSMANN, M.; HOLLAND, F.; 

KOHLMANN, J.-P.; ROHRER, F.; EHHALT, 
D.H. 

On the dependence of the OH radical concentra¬ 
tion on its precursors: results of the POPCORN 
field campaign 

OA379 CALANCA, P.; REIMANN, S.; HOFER, P. 

Inferring OH concentrations from diurnal varia¬ 
tions of non-methane hydrocarbons 
OA380 KOHLMANN, J.-P.; POPPE, D. 

Influence of the uncertainty of gas phase rate 
constants on the modeled tropospheric OH 
concentrations 

OA381 COLLINS, W.J.; STEVENSON, D.S.; JOHN¬ 
SON, C.E.; DERWENT, R.G. 

Chemical processes affecting the global distribu¬ 
tion of OH in a tropospheric Lagrangian chemis¬ 
try model 

OA382 ACKERMANN, R.; GEYER, A.; STUTZ, J.; 
LOERZER, J.; KURTENBACH, R.; BECKER, 
K.-H.; PLATT, U. 

Simultaneous DOAS-measurements of HONO 
and its precursors in a traffic tunnel 
OA383 KOURTIDIS, K.; ZEREFOS, C.; TSIOURI, L; 

SCHMITT, R.; RAPPENGLUECK, B.; 
SUPPAN, P.; FABIAN, P. 

Production and destruction rate of OH at an 
island and a suburban site in Greece during the 
1996 PAUR campaign 

OA384 KRAUS, A.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A. 

Airborne measurements of the absolute solar 
actinic UV flux and the O 3 -> 0(‘D) photolysis 
frequency in the troposphere between 0-12 km 
altitude 

OA385 HASZPRA, L.; RADICS, K. 

A quality control/quality assessment method for 
atmospheric non-methane hydrocarbon (NMHC) 
measurement 

OA386 ELANSKY, N.F.; VOLOKH, A.A.; 
VLASENKO, T.S.; KUZNETSOV, G.I.; 
TEREKHOVA, O.A. 

Volatile organic compounds and peroxy radicals 
concentrations for urban and rural regions of 
Russia 

OA20 Radiogenic isotopes as tracers of 
source-areas for aerosols, suspended 
matter and sediments (co-sponsored 
by ST) 

Convener: Grousset, F.E. 

Co-Convener(s): Sirocko, F. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CLIO 
Chairperson: Jeandel, C. 

08:30 BISCAYE, P.E. 

Tracking particles and particulate processes with 
radiogenic isotope tracers (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 JOURNEL, B.; ALLEMAN, L.; NICOLAS, E.; 
VERON, A.; HAMELIN, B. 

Stable lead isotopes contribution to the chemical 
climatology of the western Mediterranean 
09:15 CARIGNAN, J.; REISBERG, L.; SPATZ, C. 

Sm/Nd isotopes in continental aerosols: results from 
a study of epiphytic lichens 


09:30 REVEL, M.; BISCAYE, P.; GROUSSET, F.; 
BASILE, J. 

Particle grain-size control on the Sr-Nd and Pb 
isotopic composition 

09:45 TACHIKAWA, K.; JEANDEL, C. 

REE pattern and Nd isotopic ratios of seawater, 
filtered suspensions and trapped materials from 
tropical NE Atlantic 

10:00 HUON, S.; MONIE, P.; JANTSCHIK, R.; 
KtiBLER, B. 

K-Ar and ‘"’Ar/’^Ar isotopic signature of enhanced 
icerafting supply in the NE Atlantic 
10:15 SIROCKO, F.; GOLDSTEIN, S.L. 

Provenance of clastic sediments in the northern 
Indian Ocean: evidence from the 143Nd/144Nd, 
87Sr/86Sr composition 

10:30 GROUSSET, F.E.; PARRA, M.; BORY, A. 

Saharan wind regimes traced by the Sr-Nd isotopic 
composition of the subtropical Atlantic sediments 
10:45 BASILE, I.; GROUSSET, F.; REVEL, M.; PETIT, 
J.R.; BISCAYE, P.; ALBAREDE, F.; JAGOUTZ, E. 
Origin of continental and volcanic aerosols of the 
Vostok ice core (Antarctica) 

11:00 SVENSSON, A.; BISCAYE, P.E.; GROUSSET, 
F.E. 

On the origin of continental dust in the Greenland 
GRIP ice core back to 44 kyr BP 
11:15 ANDERSEN, K.K.; GENTHON, C. 

GCM modelling of atmospheric dust transportation 
with constraints on paleo sources 
11:30 END OF SESSION 
12:00 Business Meetings 

OA21 Biogeochemical interactions in the 
coastal marine environment 

Convener: Monaco, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Price, N.B. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: CLIO 
Chairperson: Zavatarelli, M. 

08:30 HAINES, K.; WU, P.; ROETHER, W.; 
STRATFORD, K. 

Simulations of CFC12 distributions with a GCM of 
the Mediterranean Sea 

08:45 ZAVATARELLI, M.; PINARDI, N.; ALLEN, J.I. 
Simulation of the seasonal cycle of the Adriatic Sea 
ecosystem with a high resolution coupled ecosystem 
model 

09:00 O’RIORDAN, C.; TUSSEAU, M.H.; MORTIER, L. 
Modelling biogeochemical cycles in a coastal zone: 
sensitivity to nutrient inputs from rivers and sedi¬ 
ments 

09:15 SCHRUM, C. 

Interannual variability of fluxes across the North Sea 
boundaties 

09:30 SCHMIDT, S.; REYSS, J.-L. 

Mesoscale estimation of particle dynamics, derived 
from ^^‘*Th, in surface waters across the Iberian 
margin 

09:45 MIGON, C.; SANDRONI, V.; 
COPIN-MONTEGUT, G. 

Phosphates in rainwaters: total fluxes and partition¬ 
ing between labile and refractory phases 


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10:00 VEYSSY, F.; MANEUX, E.; ETCHEBER, H.; 
BUAT-MENARD, P. 

Transfers of total suspended matter (TSM) and 
particulate organic carbon (POC) from watersheds to 
estuaries by the south-western French river systems 
10:15 GOGOU, A.; BOULOUBASSI, I.; STEPHANOU, 

E. G. 

Vertical fluxes of organic species in a coastal marine 
area (eastern Mediterranean): autochthonous vs. 
allochthonous contribution 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Price, N.B. 

11:00 DANOVARO, R.; MARRALE, D.; DELLA 
CROCE, N.; PARODI, P.; FABIANO, M. 
Characterization of sedimentary organic matter in 
north and south Aegean Sea (eastern Mediterranean): 
analysis of the bacterial contribution to the 
biopolymeric carbon 

11:15 ANSCHUTZ, P.; SUNDBY, B.; LEFRANCOIS, L.; 
LUTHER in, G.W.; MUCCI, A. 

High-resolution microelectrode profiles of redox 
species in sediment pore waters 
11:30 LAPAQUELLERIE, Y.; BLANC, G.; MAILLET, 
N.; ANSCHUTZ, P.; LATOUCHE, C.; BUAT- 
MENARD, P. 

Temporal patterns of cadmium contamination within 
the Lot-Garonne-Gironde (France) fluvial system 
11:45 GUIEU, C.; RDAME, C. 

Biogeochemical processes affecting the distribution 
of trace metals in the Danube mixing zone 
12:00 GARNIER, J.-M.; GUIEU, C. 

Simulation of the Cd and Mn behaviour in the 
Danube mixing zone using stable and radioactive 
trace elements as indicators 

12:15 ALLEMAN, L.; FERRAND, J.; HAMELIN, B.; 
RADAKOVITCH, O.; ABASSI, A.; HEUSSNER, S. 
Anthropogenic lead and ^'"Pb as indicators of parti¬ 
cles resuspension in the Gulf of Lions 
12:30 PATES, J.M.; PRICE, N.B.; COOK, G.T. 

Are natural radionuclides suitable carbon cycle 
tracers in the Mediterranean? 

12:45 MARECHAL, C.N.; NICOLAS, E.; ALBAREDE, 

F. 

Isotopic and elemental variability of Cu and Zn in 
sediment trap material from the central Atlantic 

13:00 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


OA21 Biogeochemical interactions in the 
coastal marine environment - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Monaco, A. 

Co-Convener(s): Price, N.B. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Buat-Menard, P. 

OA387 NICOLAS, E.; BETHOUX, J.P.; MIGON, C. 

Geochemical implications of atmospheric lead 
decrease on the Mediterranean sea environment 


OA388 CERQUEIRA, M.A.; PIO, C.A. 

The atmospheric flux of dimethyl sulphide from 
a southwest European^estuary 
OA389 SANDRONI, V.; JOURNEL, B.; MIGON, C.; 
NICOLAS, E. 

Trace metal dissolved and particulate phases in 
atmospheric inputs 

OA390 RIDAME, C.; GUIEU, C.; LOYE-PILOT, M.-D. 

Total atmospheric fluxes of trace metals in 
northwestern Mediterranean from 2 years mea¬ 
surement (1995 to 1997) 

OA391 DELGADO, C.; PERIS, G.; ROSEL, J.; 
ESTEVE, V. 

X-ray fluorescence elemental analysis of PM-10 
airborne particulate at a Mediterranean coastal 
site (Castellon, Spain) 

OA392 SANZA, G.; PERIS, G.; CARDA, J.; ESTEVE, 
V. 

Chemical characterization of individual aerosol 
particles collected by cascade impactor sampling 
at Castellon (Spain) 

OA393 SARMA, V.V.S.S.; DILEEP KUMAR, M. 

Control of pH by rock-water interactions with 
implications to air-sea exchange of carbon diox¬ 
ide in a tropical estuarine (Mandovi-Zuari) 
complex 

OA394 DIAZ, F.; RAIMBAULT, P.; CONAN, P. 

Variability of primary production and f ratio in 
a Mediterranean coastal zone during spring 
bloom 

OA395 BALBONI, V.; BOLDRIN, A.; CIVITARESE, 

G.; DE LAZZARI, A.; GIORDANI, P.; 
MALAGUTI, A.; MISEROCCHI, S.; RABITTI, 
S.; STRADA, L.; TURCHETTO, M.M. 

Primary production and short term carbon export 
in southern Adriatic and Ionian Sea 
OA396 DE BOVEE, F.; PICON, P.; MEDERNACH, L.; 
SCHMIEDL, G.; BUSCAIL, R. 

In-situ studies of biogeochemical processes 
occurring at the deep-sea floor: first results 
obtained with the Banyuls Benthic Lander 
OA397 JAMET, D.; GOURDEAU, J.; JAMET, J.L.; 
GENEYS, C.; DESPIAU, S. 

Annual cycle of plancton activity and DMS 
production in a coastal zone 

OA22 Biogeochemical processes in subma¬ 
rine hydrothermal systems along the 
Hellenic Volcanic Island Arc - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Vamavas, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Dando, P.R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairpersons: Vamavas, S.; Dando, P.R. 

Editors: Vamavas, S.; Dando, P.R. 

OA398 ETIOPE, G.; ITALIANO, F.; FUDA, J.L.; 
OA22-m6 FAVALI, P.; FRUGONI, F.; CALCARA, M.; 
SMRIGLIO, G.; MARANI, M. 

Deep submarine gas vents in the Aeolian off¬ 
shore 


199 


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OA399 THE AEGEAN HYDROTHERMAL FLUXES 
OA22-(X)7 CONSORTIUM 

Hydrothermal fluxes and biological production in 
the Aegean 

OA22 Biogeochemical processes in subma¬ 
rine hydrothermal systems along the 
Hellenic Volcanic Island Arc 

Convener: Varnavas, S. 

Co-Convener(s): Dando, P.R. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: EUTERPE 
Chairpersons: Varnavas, S.; Dando, P.R. 

Editors: Varnavas, S.; Dando, P.R. 

14:00 ZIEBIS, W.; FORSTER, S.; BOERNER, R.; 

OA22- MENGER, S. 

(xti Geochemical gradients and biogeochemical processes 
in sediments at hydrothermal vents off Milos, 
Aegean Sea 

14:15 KOLBL, R.; STUBEN, D.; ALIANI, S.; DANADO, 

OA22- P. 

(x )2 Hydrothermal plume composition and distribution 
south of Milos, Aegean Sea, Greece 
14:30 RAHNER, S.; HALBACH, P.; PRIEBE, M.; 

OA22- VARNAVAS, S.P. 

(K )3 Hydrothermal activities in the Saronic Gulf and in 
the Kos-Yali waters, Greece 
14:45 VARNAVAS, S.P.; MEGALOVASILIS, P.; 

OA22- PANAGIOTARAS, D.; DANDO, P. 

(KM Compositional and morphological characterisation of 
particulate matter in hydrothermal fields of the 
Hellenic Volcanic Arc * 

15:00 MAKROPOULOS, K.; KOUSKOUNA, A.; 

OA 22 . KARNASsOPOULOU, A.; DANDO, P.; 
w5 VARNAVAS, S.P. 

Seismicity in the Aegean hydrothermal system in 
relation to biogeochemical parameters * 

15:15 Discussion 
15:30 END OF SESSION 


OA23 Operational oceanography: existing 
systems, developments and future 
potential 

Convener: Flather, R.A. 

Co-Convener(s): Bohle-Carbonell, M. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: URANIE 
Chairperson: N.N. 

09:00 PEREZ GOMEZ, B.; RODRIGUEZ SANCHEZ- 
AREVALO, I.; ALVAREZ FANJUL, E. 
NIVMAR: a storm surge forecast system for the 
Iberian Peninsula. Implementation and hindcast 
benchmark 

09:15 SZTOBRYN, M.; KOWALSKA, B. 

Sea level forecast in the Gulf of Gdansk on the basis 
of integrated system of maritime operational hydro- 
logical forecasting 
09:20 JANSSEN, F. 

The quality of operational water level forecasts in 
dependence upon the formulation of the surface drag 


09:25 FLATHER, R.A.; PROCTOR, R.; JAMES, I.D.; 
JONES, E.; SMITH, J.A.; DAVIES, A.M.; 
KWONG, C.M.; HOLT, M.W.; DAVIES, J. 

Status of UK operational storm surge forecasting for 
the NW European Shelf 

09:40 CARRETERO ALBIACH, J.C.; GOMEZ LAHOZ, 
M.; FANJUL, E.A.; ALFONSO-MUNOYERRO, 
M.A.; LOPEZ MALDONADO, J.D. 

A wave forecasting system for the Spanish harbours 
09:55 OCAMPO-TORRES, F.J. 

Wave field evolution in coastal regions 
10:10 HARGREAVES, J.C. 

Wave prediction in shallow water 
10:15 REICHERT, K.; DITTMER, J.; NIETO BORGE, 
J.C.; HESSNER, K. 

WaMoS II: an operational wave monitoring system 
10:20 GURGEL, K.-W.; WYATT, L.R. 

Applications of HF-radar in operational oceanogra¬ 
phy 

10:25 FUNKQUIST, L. 

HIROMB - an operational 3D model for the North 
Sea-Baltic Sea 

10:30 EIGENHEER, A.; FUNKQUIST, L. 

Performance of the HIROMB 
10:45 VOS, R.J.; BOON, J.G.; TEN BRUMMELHUIS, 
P.G.J., GERRITSEN, H. 

Structured data model integration to assess the state 
of SPM on the northwest European shelft 
11:00 BAHUREL, P.; DOMBROWSKY, E; GIRAUD, S.; 
AUDOUBERT, J.-M. 

Developing operational systems for ocean monitor¬ 
ing: experience and key points to the SOPRANE 
system on the eastern North Atlantic 
11:15 GIRAUD, S.; BAHUREL, P.; GAILLARD, F.; 
DOMBROWSKY, E. 

How an operational ocean forecast system helps 
during an ocean scientific cruise. Application to 
SOPRANE/CAMBIOS98 experiment 
11:30 PARKER, B.B. 

Oceanographic nowcast/forecast model systems for 
bays and harbors 
11:45 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 NOHREN, I.; DUWE, K.; BAUMERT, H.; 
MAHNKE, P. 

An operational model system for a tidal estuary: 
routine investigations and scientific prspects in the 
existing river Elbe development 
14:15 BURWELL, D.; LUTHER, M.E.; SCHMIDT, N.; 
VINCENT, M. 

The Tampa Bay physical oceanographic real-time 
system (PORTS) 

14:30 VAN DEN BOOGAARD, H.F.P., WUST, J.C. 
The potential of neural networks for operational 
oceanography 

14:45 TIMMEN, L.; BASTOS, L.; BOEBEL, T.; 
CUNHA, S.; FORSBERG, R.; GIDSKEHAUG, A.; 
HEHL, K.; MEYER, U.; NESEMANN, M.; 
OLESEN, A.V. 

A new airborne gravimetry/altimetry system for 
coastal oceanography - the AGMASCO project 
14:50 VINCENT, P.; MENARD, Y.; ESCUDIER, P.; 
PARISOT, F.; PERBOS, J.; BOAIN, R. 

Jason-1 altimetry and operational applications 


200 




OA126 CANIAUX, G.; GIORDANI, H.; PLANTON, S. 
Determination of the best data set for the surface 
turbulence fluexes computing: application to the 
MERCATOR project 
OA127 BOONE, C.; LE TRAON, P.Y. 

Operational processing of altimeter data for 
climate studies (DUACS project) 

OA128 BLAYO, E.; DEBREU, L. 

Adaptive mesh refinement and zoom methods for 
ocean prediction 
OA129 NAKAMURA. S 

Interannual sea level variations and the Sa tide in 
the northwestern seismic zone 
OA130 SZTOBRYN, M.; KADSKA, A.; 
KRZYSZTOFIK, K. 

Comparison between observed, hindcast and 
nowcast sea level on the southern part of the 
Baltic Sea 

OA131 WROBLEWSKI, A. 

Dynamic regression and EOF forecast model 
applied for splitting linear and nonlinear forcing 
of the Baltic storm surge 


OA24 Marine data management: assimila¬ 
tion, hindcasting and nowcasting 

Convener: Evensen, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Gerritsen, H. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: ERATO 
Chairperson: N.N. 



15:05 LIONELLO, P.; ELVINI, E.; MALGUZZI, P.; 
TOMASDSf, A.; TOSI, E. 

The MAAMMed project: meteo-marine prediction in 
the Mediterranean Sea 

15:20 HARDING, J.; PRELLER, R.; RHODES, R. 

Coastal ocean prediction at the Naval Research 
Laboratory 

15:35 COURTIER, PH.; ANDRE, J.-C. 

MERCATOR, a French programme for operational 
oceanography 

15:50 CANIAUX, G.; GIORDANI, H.; PLANTON, S. 
Determination of the best data set for the surface 
turbulence fluexes computing: application to the 
MERCATOR project 
15:55 BOONE, C.; LE TRAON, P.Y. 

Operational processing of altimeter data for climate 
studies (DUACS project) 

16:00 BOBANOVIC, J.; THOMPSON, K.R.; SHENG, J. 
Operational modelling of the eastern Canadian Shelf 
seas 

16:15 BARGAGLI, A.; CARILLO, A.; MARIOTH, A.; 
NICASTRO, S; PISACANE, G.; RUTI, P.M.; 
STRUGLIA, M.V.; VALENTINOTTI, F. 

A high resolution integrated forecast system over the 
Mediterranean Basin 
16:30 BLAYO, E.; DEBREU, L. 

Adaptive mesh refinement and zoom methods for 
ocean prediction 
16:35 END OF SESSION 


OA23 Operational oceanography: existing 
systems, developments and future 
potential - Poster Session 

Convener: Flather, R.A. 

Co-Convener(s): Bohle-Carbonell, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA119 SZTOBRYN, M.; KOWALSKA, B. 

Sea level forecast in the Gulf of Gdansk on the 
basis of integrated system of maritime operation¬ 
al hydrological forecasting 
OA120 JANSSEN, F. 

The quality of operational water level forecasts 
in dependence upon the formulation of the 
surface drag 

OA121 HARGREAVES, J.C. 

Wave prediction in shallow water 
OA122 REICHERT, K.; DITTMER, J.; NIETO 
BORGE, J.C.; HESSNER, K. 

WaMoS II: an operational wave monitoring 
system 

OA123 GURGEL, K.-W.; WYATT, L.R. 

Applications of HF-radar in operational oceanog¬ 
raphy 

OA124 FUNKQUIST, L. 

HIROMB - an operational 3D model for the 
North Sea-Baltic Sea 

OA125 TIMMEN, L.; BASTOS, L.; BOEBEL, T.; 
CUNHA, S.; FORSBERG, R.; GIDSKEHAUG, 
A.; HEHL, K.; MEYER, U.; NESEMANN, M.; 
OLESEN, A.V. 

A new airborne gravimetry/altimetry system for 
coastal oceanography - the AGMASCO project 


08:30 EVENSEN, G. 

An Ensemble Kalman Filter with an isophycnic 
coordinate ocean general circulation model 
08:45 MADSEN, H.; CANIZARES, R.; VESTED, H.J.; 
JENSEN, H.R. 

Application of the Kalman filter for data assimilation 
in coastal area modelling 

09:00 ECHEVIN, V.; DE MEY, P.; EVENSEN, G. 

Sensitivity to observations in a coastal model of the 
northwestern Mediterranean Sea 
09:15 VERRON, J.; BRASSEUR, P.; PHAM-DIN-TUAN; 
GOURDEAU, L. 

A singular evolutive extended Kalman filter 
09:30 BRASSEUR, P.; BALLABRERA, J.; VERRON, J. 
Assimilation of altimetric data in eddy-resolving 
primitive-equation models 
09:45 ANNAN, J.D. 

Temperature assimilation in the North Sea 
10:00 NECHAEV, D.; SCHROTER, J.; YAREMCHUK, 
M. 

An inverse finite element model of the large scale 
circulation in the South Atlantic 
10:15 VEERSE, F. 

Estimation of analysis error statistics for variational 
data assimilation 
10:30 BREAK 


11:00 BOBANOVIC, J.; THOMPSON, K.R. 

Hindcasting the synoptic variability in the Gulf of 
Saint Lawrence 


Chairperson: N.N. 


201 


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11:15 KTVMAN, G.A.; GUESSEN, A.V.; KURAPOV, 
A.L. 

Tuning weights and smoothing parameters of the 
general inversion 

11:30 ATHIAS, V.; MAZZEGA, P.; JEANDEL, C. 

Nonlinear inversion of in situ data from oceanic 
dissolved-particulate exchanges 
11:45 NATVIK, L.-J.; EKNES, M.; EVENSEN, G. 

Studying marine ecosystems in terms of data assimi¬ 
lation 

12:00 WIRTH, A.; GHIL, M. 

A quasi-geostraphic data assimilation scheme for 
primitive-equation models 

12:15 TEN BRUMMELHUIS, P.GJ.; BOON, J.G.; 
GERRITSEN, H.; VOS, RJ. 

Sensitivity analysis of an intergrated model for 
suspended sediment transport in the North Sea 
12:30 BLANCHET, I.; COURTIER, R. 

An experimental system for Mercator 
12:45 JACOB, A.; EVENSEN, G.; HAMRE, T. 

A Marine Information System (MIS) in support of a 
coastal zone monitoring and prediction system 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


OA24 Marine data management: assimila¬ 
tion, hindcasting and nowcasting - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Evensen, G. 

Co-Convener(s): Gerritsen, H. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA132 XU, Z.; HENDRY, R.; LODER, J. 

Tidal data assimilation for the Newfoundland and 
South Labrador Shelves by a direct inverse 
method 

OA133 KILLWORTH, P.D.; DIETERICH, CH.; 

OSCHLIES, A.; WILLEBRAND, J.; MOLINES, 
J.-M. 

Improving the mean state of a model by assimi¬ 
lating mean topography together with SSH 
anomalies: results from the DYNAMO project 
OA134 LOUVEL, S. 

Weak-constraint variational assimilation of 
altimeter data in a non-linear ocean model 
OA135 BARCKICKE, J.; MENARD, Y. 

Wave models analysis improvement by using 
altimetric wave heights 

OA136 CARME, S.; PHAM, D.T.; BLAYO, E.; 
VERRON, J. 

Reduced Kalman filter applied to data assimila¬ 
tion with strongly non linear models 
OA137 LEREDDE, Y.; DEKEYSER, I.; DEVENON, 
J.L. 

T-S data assimilation in a 3D circulation model 
to optimize the turbulent viscosity 
OA138 VEERSE, F. 

Multiple-truncation incremental strategies for 
variational data assimilation 
OA139 LANGENBERG, H. 

A 40-year coupled hindcast of ocean and atmo¬ 
sphere in the North Sea region 


OA140 MURRAY, M.J.; ALLEN, M.R. 

Optimal interpolation and statistical analysis of 
SST fields from ATSR 

OA141 SMEDSTAD, O.M.; FOX, D.N.; HURLBURT, 
H.E.; JACOBS, G.A.; METZGER. E.J.; 
RHODES, R.C.; SHRTVER, J.F. 

A nowcast/forecast system based on the global 
NRL Layered Ocean Model (NLOM) 

OA25 Developments in weather forecasting I 

Convener: Gustafsson, N. 

Co-Convener(s): Benard, P. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: Gustafsson, N. 

08:30 BENJAMIN, S.G.; BROWN, J.M. 

Forecasts from the 1-H assimilation cycle in the 
40-km rapid update cycle 
08:45 THERY, C.; DEFER, E.; SOLOMON, R. 

Numerical modelisation of storm dynamics, precipi¬ 
tation and electrisation 
09:00 BAER, F. 

Improving time integration schemes in prediction 
models 

09:15 LORRIMER, S.J.; MILTON, S.F. 

Enhanced resolution in the UK Meteorological 
Office operational NWP system 
09:30 FOX-RABINOVITZ, M.; STENCHIKOV, G.; 
SUAREZ, M.; TAKACS, L.; GOVINDARAJU, R. 
A variable resolution stretched grid dynamical core 
of a finite-difference GCM with a real orography: 
long-and-medium-term integrations 
09:45 MAKIN, V.; PEROV, V. 

On the wind speed dependence of momentum, 
sensible heat and moisture exchange coefficients 
over sea in the 3-D HIRLAM 
10:00 BEST, M.J. 

Representing urban areas in numerical weather 
prediction models 
10:15 WEDI, N.P. 

Advances in the coupling of physical 
parameterizations with the "dynamics" in a global 
NWP model 
10:30 END OF PART I 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


OA25 Developments in weather forecasting 
II 

Convener: Gustafsson, N. 

Co-Convener(s): Benard, P. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: THALIE 
Chairperson: Benard, P. 

08:30 PEROV, V.; IVARSSON, K.-I. 

Implementation of the nonlocal vertical diffusion 
scheme based on E - e approach in 3D HIRLAM 
08:45 GUSTAFSSON, N.; LINDSKOG, M.; BERRE, L.; 
NAVASCUES, B.; HUANG, X.-Y. 

A 3-dimensional variational data assimilation for 
HIRLAM 


202 




09:00 HUANG, X.-Y.; GUSTAFSSON, N.; LINDSKOG, 
M.; BERRE, L.; NAVASCUES, B. 

A comparison between the HIRLAM 01 and the 
HIRLAM 3DVAR systems 

09:15 HUANG, X.-Y.; GUSTAFSSON, N.; KALLEN, E.; 
THORSTEINSSON, S. 

Simplified variational data assimilation techniques 
with a limited area model 

09:30 DEE, D.; STAJNER, I.; RIISHOJGAARD, L.P. 
Estimation of anisotropic forecast error correlation 
parameters for the GEOS-DAS ozone assimilation 
system 

09:45 FOX-RABINOVITZ, M. 

The impact of diabatic initialization of the strato¬ 
spheric data assimilation 
10:00 RIISHOJGAARD, L.P. 

An efficient method for estimating the error variance 
of a meteorological analysis 

10:15 DEE, D.; RUKHOVETS, L.; DA SILVA, A.; 
LARSON, J. 

An adaptive buddy check for on-line quality control 
of observations 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Fox-Rabinovitz, M.S. 

11:00 TODLING, R.; GUO, J.; RIISHOJGAARD, L.P.; 
DA SILVA, A.M. 

Estimating analysis errors with the physical-space 
statistical analysis system 
11:15 NURMI, P. 

Any improvements or trends in the quality of final 
weather forecasts? - Results based on verifications 
over the past 20 years 
11:30 MAISEY, P.E. 

On developments and performance of a site specific 
forecast model 

11:45 TURRONI, E.; CORDOLA, M.; PELOSEVI, R.; 
BONELLI, P. 

Meteorology for the 1997 world championship of 
alpine ski 
12:00 PLAUT, G. 

French stations temperatures empirical forecasting at 
several time scales using space-time principal com¬ 
ponents 

12:15 ADEM, J.; MENDOZA, V.M.; RUIZ, A; 
VILLANUEVA, E.E.; GARDUNO, R. 

Progress in seasonal weather prediction with a 
thermodynamic model 

12:30 BUIZZA, R.; MILLER, M.; PALMER, T.N.; 
ISAKSEN, L. 

Simulating model uncertainties in ensemble predic¬ 
tion 

12:45 TOTH, Z.; ZHU, Y.; IYENGAR, G; MARCHOK, 
T.; KALNAY, E. 

On the relative merits of increasing model resolution 
vs. running an ensemble 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


Attend the Business Meeting of your Section 

on Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, Lecture Room Clio 


OA25 Developments in weather forecasting - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Gustafsson, N. 

Co-Convener(s): Benard, P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 
Chairperson: Benard, P. 

OA319 ANDREJCZUK, M. 

Modelling of mesoscale phenomena on parallel 
and vector computer 

OA320 LINDSKOG, M.; ENGARDT, M. 

the performance of the HIRLAM model in the 
tropics and sulphur transport studies based on its 
forecasts 

OA321 MELONEK, M,; JAKUBIAK, B. 

Implementation of the MOS technique for im¬ 
proved mesoscale forecasts 
OA322 READ, P.L.; THOMAS, N.P.J. 

Validation of numerical advection schemes via 
simulations of baroclinically unstable flow in the 
laboratory 

OA323 KLINGSPOHN, M.; MOLDERS, N.; RAABE, 
A. 

Testing of an explicit subgrid-scheme within the 
Deutschland-Model 
OA324 LINDH, O.; NILSSON, S. 

RIPP; a new forecast production system for 
increased efficiency and automatization in Swe¬ 
den 

OA325 BRUNET, G.; RITCHIE, H.; WANG, R.; 
BOER, G.; ZWIERS, F.; SHENG, J.; PLANTE, 
A.; GAGNON, N.; VAUTARD, R.; PLAUT, G.; 
DEROME, J. 

A multi-model hybrid approach to seasonal 
prediction: optimising a probalistic forecast 


OA26 Will the probabilistic approach be the 
future for numerical weather predic¬ 
tions? 

Convener: Buizza, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Toth, Z. 

Thursday, 23 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: M2 
Chairperson: Smith, L. 

14:00 REED, D.N. 

The future of practical weather forecasting in an 
uncertain world (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 DU, J.; TRACTON, M.S.; TOTH, Z.; JUANG, H. 
Short-Range Ensemble Forecasting (SREF) at 
NCEP/EMC 
14:45 LEGG, T.P. 

Probability forecasting for the National Meteorologi¬ 
cal Centre in Bracknell 

15:00 LANGFJELL, I.; IVERSEN, T.; BARKMEIJER, J.; 
PALMER, T. 

On ensemble prediction in a limited area 
15:15 HERSBACH, H.; MUREAU, R.; OPSTEEGH, J.D.; 
BARKMEUER, J. 

Application of regional singular vectors to the 
ensemble prediction system 


203 


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15:30 ZHU, Y.; TOTH, Z.; KALNAY, E. 

Probabilistic quantitative precipitation forecasts 
(PQPF) based on the NCEP global ensemble 
.15:45 GELMOUR, L; SMITH, L.A. 

Towards internally consistent ensembles in NWP 
16:00 HANSEN, J.; SMITH, L.A.; GILMOUR, I. 

Towards better initial conditions: variational assimi¬ 
lation, nonlinear noise reduction, and i-shadowing 
16:15 BRINI, F.; PASQUERO, C.; TREVISAN, A. 

An economical alternative to four-dimensional 
variational assimilation 
16:30 PIRES, C.; VAUTARD, R. 

Comparing long-range, statistical, dynamical and 
hybrid forecasts in the atmosphere 
16:45 DOBLAS-REYES, F.J.; DEQUE, M. 

Long-range probabilistic forecasts in multimodel 
ensembles 

17:00 Joint Discussion for NP2.1 and OA26 

TOTH, Z.; BUIZZA, R.; TALAGRAND, O.; 
MULLEN, S.; SMITH, L. 

Open discussion on ensemble forecasting: Where are 
we and where do we go? 

17:30 END OF SESSION 


OA26 Will the probabilistic approach be the 
future for numerical weather predic¬ 
tions? - Poster Session 

Convener: Buizza, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Toth, Z. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 -19:00 
Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA326 YUSHKOV, V.P. 

Will the probabilistic approach be the future for 
predictions? 

OA327 SILVA, E.D. 

Us in g nonparametric statistics to measure central¬ 
ity of rainfall distribution 
OA328 CRAIG, G.C. 

Ensemble properties of cumulus convection - 
some inferences from statistical mechanics 


OA27 Marine tropospheric chemistry 

Convener: Brauers, T. 

Co-Convener(s): Schrems, O. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 5 
Chairperson: Hofzumahaus, A. 

08:30 KANAKIDOU, M. 

Chemical processes and interaction with transport in 
the marine troposhere. An overview (Solicited Paper) 
09:00 SCHREMS, O. 

The ALBATROSS campaign 1996: an atmospheric 
chemistry study over the northern and southern 
Atlantic (overview) 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


09:15 Poster Summaries of 3 min. per summary 

BRAUERS, T.; DORN, H.-P.; SCHREMS, O.; 
WELLER, R. 

The ALBATROSS Field campaign: setup and 
meteorological conditions 

GAUTROIS, M.; KOPPMANN, R.; 
LECBCEBUSCH, G.; REINER, A.; SPETH, P. 

The latitudinal distribution of hydrocarbons and 
halocarbons during the ALBATROSS campaign 
FISCHER, R.G.; BALLSCHMITER, K. 

Alkyl nitrates and multifunctional alkyl nitrates in 
remote Atlantic air 

KASTLER, J.; BALLSCHMITER, K. 

Alkyl nitrates - trace constituents of the marine 
troposphere 

DORRLER, S.; BALLSCHMITER, K. 

Levels and patterns of semivolatile 
organohalogenated compounds in marine air of the 
Atlantic Ocean 

NOTHOLT, J.; SCHREMS, O. 

Total column density measurements of atmospheric 
trace gases by solar absorption spectroscopy 
SCHAFER, J.; BEYERLE, G.; SCHREMS, O. 
Lidar measurments of tropospheric water vapour 
over the Atlantic during the ALBATROSS campaign 
BABOUKAS, E.; SCIARE, J.; BARDOUKI, H.; 
GWGOU, A.; MIHALOPOULOS, N. 
Spatio-temporal variability of ionic composition of 
aerosols, DMSO and Aitken nuclei during the 
Albatross campaign 

RAIROUX, P.; NEUBER, R.; SCHREMS, O.; 
FREY, S.; WOSTE, L. 

Lidar observation of aerosol in the troposphere 
between 20°N to 30°S above the Atlantic Ocean 

09:45 Change over 

GOGOU, A.; MIHALOPOULOS, N.; 
STEPHANOU, E.G. 

Organic compostion of marine aerosols over the 
Atlantic Ocean: study of their origin and occurence 
during the ALBATROSS campaign 
KRISCHKE, U.; STAUBES, R.; JAESCHKE, W. 
Measurements of SOj and NSS-SO/' over the Atlan¬ 
tic ocean during ALBATROSS: a case study on the 
kinetics of the SOj oxidation in the marine boundary 
layer 

SCIARE, J.; BABOUKAS, E.; KOUVARAKIS, G.; 
BELVISO, S.; MIHALOPOULOS, N. 
Spatio-temporal variability of atmospheric DMS, 
sulfur dioxide, nitric acid, ammonia and organic 
acids during the Albatross campaign 
BELVISO, S.; MIHALOPOULOS, N.; SCIARE, J.; 
CLAUSTRE, H.; MARTIN, V.; DENIS, M. 

Broad scale variability of DMS in the Atlantic. 
Assessment of some controlling factors 
BELVISO, S.; MIHALOPOULOS, N.; SCIARE, J. 
First Atlantic meridional transect of sea surface 
DMS concentration along 30°W with 15 km of 
spatial resolution 

BRAUERS, T.; KRAUS, A.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A.; 
WELLER, R. 

Measurement of the HOx (OH+HOj) production rate 
in the bormdary layer of Ae Atlantic Ocean 


204 




HAUSMANN, M.; BRAUERS, T.; BISTER, A.; 
DORN, H.-P. 

Measurements of the OH concentration in the 
boundary layer of the Atlantic Ocean by differential 
optical absorption spectroscopy 
HOLLAND, F.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A.; 
SEDLACEK, M.; WEBER, M. 

Measurements of the OH and HOj concentrations in 
the marine boundary layer during ALBATROSS 
using laser-induced fluorescene spectroscopy 

10:15 Change over 

BURKERT, J.; ANDRES HERNANDEZ, M.D.; 
STOBENER, D.; BURROWS, J.P. 

Peroxy radical measurements in the marine boundary 
layer 

DORN, BISTER, A.; BRAUERS, T.; 

HAUSMANN, M.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A.; HOL¬ 
LAND, F.; SEDLAZEK, M.; WEBER, M. 
Comparison of long-path laser absorption and laser 
induced fluorescence measurements of OH radicals 
in the marine Atlantic boundary layer 
TUG, H.; GROSS, CHR. 

UV-radiation measurements over northern and 
southern Atlantic 

BISTER, A.; BRAUERS, T.; DORN, H.-P.; 
HAUSMANN, M.; WELLER, R.; KRISCHKE, U. 
Comparison fo HCHO and SO 2 measurements inn 
the boundary layer of the Atlantic Ocean 
WELLER, R.; SCHREMS, O.; BODDENBERG, 
A.; GAB, S.; LEIBROCK, E.; JUNKERMANN, W. 
Hydroperoxides and formaldehyde in the marine 
boundary layer of the Atlantic (48°N-35°S) mea¬ 
sured during the Albatross Campaign 
WEITKAMP, C.; GLAUER, J.; KOHLER, S.; 
BISLING, P.; RASCHKE, E.; KAUFELD, L.; 
WELLER, R.; SCHREMS, O. 

Ozone height-profile measurements over the Atlantic 
Ocean along the 30° W meridian within the Alba¬ 
tross project 

KANAKIDOU, M.; SCIARE, J.; BABOUKAS, E.; 
BELVISO, S.; BRAUERS, T.; DORN, H.P.; 
KRISCHKE, U.; MIHALOPOULOS, N. 

How well can we simulate the atmospheric chemis¬ 
try of the marine boundary layer of the Atlantic 
Ocean? 

GROS, V.; POISSON, N.; MARTIN, D.; 
KANAKIDOU, M.; BONSANG, B. 

Factors controlling the observed seasonal variation of 
surface ozone at Amsterdam Island 
10:45 END OF SESSION 


OA27 Marine tropospheric chemistry - Post¬ 
er Session 

Convener: Brauers, T. 

Co-Convener(s): Schrems, O. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: LES MUSES 

OA400 BRAUERS, T.; DORN, H.-P.; SCHREMS, O.; 
WELLER, R. 

The ALBATROSS Field campaign: setup and 
meteorological conditions 


OA401 GAUTROIS, M.; KOPPMANN, R.; 
LECKEBUSCH, G.; REINER, A.; SPETH, P. 
The latitudinal distribution of hydrocarbons and 
halocarbons during the ALBATROSS campaign 
OA402 FISCHER, R.G.; BALLSCHMITER, K. 

Alkyl nitrates and multifunctional alkyl nitrates 
in remote Atlantic air 

OA403 KASTLER, J.; BALLSCHMITER, K. 

Alkyl nitrates - trace constituents of the marine 
troposphere 

OA404 DORRLER, S.; BALLSCHMITER, K. 

Levels and patterns of semivolatile 
organohalogenated compounds in marine air of 
the Atlantic Ocean 

OA405 NOTHOLT, J.; SCHREMS, O. 

Total column density measurements of atmo¬ 
spheric trace gases by solar Absorption spectros¬ 
copy 

OA406 SCHAFER, J.; BEYERLE, G.; SCHREMS, O. 

Lidar measurments of tropospheric water vapour 
over the Atlantic during the ALBATROSS 
campaign 

OA407 BABOUKAS, E.; SCIARE, J.; BARDOUKI, H.; 
GWGOU, A.; MIHALOPOULOS, N. 
Spatio-temporal variability of ionic composition 
of aerosols, DMSO and Aitken nuclei during the 
Albatross campaign 

OA408 RAIROUX, P.; NEUBER, R.; SCHREMS, O.; 
FREY, S.; WOSTE, L. 

Lidar observation of aerosol in the troposphere 
between 20°N to 30°S above the Atlantic Ocean 
OA409 GOGOU, A.; MIHALOPOULOS, N.; 
STEPHANOU, E.G. 

Organic compostion of marine aerosols over the 
Atlantic Ocean: study of their origin and 
occurence during the ALBATROSS campaign 
OA411 KRISCHKE, U.; STAUBES, R.; JAESCHKE, 
W. 

Measurements of SO 2 and NSS-SO/' over the 
Atlantic ocean during ALBATROSS: a case 
study on the kinetics of the SO 2 oxidation in the 
marine boundary layer 

OA412 SCIARE, J.; BABOUKAS, E.; KOUVARAKIS, 
G.; BELVISO, S.; MIHALOPOULOS, N. 
Spatio-temporal variability of atmospheric DMS, 
sulfur dioxide, nitric acid, ammonia and organic 
acids during the Albatross campaign 
OA413 BELVISO, S.; MIHALOPOULOS, N.; SCIARE, 
J.; CLAUSTRE, H.; MARTIN, V.; DENIS, M. 
Broad scale variability of DMS in the Atlantic. 
Assessment of some controlling factors 
OA414 BELVISO, S.; MIHALOPOULOS, N.; SCIARE, 
J. 

First Atlantic meridional transect of sea surface 
DMS concentration along 30°W with 15 km of 
spatial resolution 

OA415 BRAUERS, T.; KRAUS, A; HOFZUMAHAUS, 
A.; WELLER, R. 

Measurement of the HOx (OH+HO 2 ) production 
rate in the boundary layer of the Atlantic Ocean 
OA416 HAUSMANN, M,; BRAUERS, T.; BISTER, A.; 
DORN, H.-P. 

Measurements of the OH concentration in the 
boundary layer of the Atlantic Ocean by differen¬ 
tial optical absorption spectroscopy 



OA417 HOLLAND, F.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A.; 
SEDLACEK, M.; WEBER, M. 

Measurements of the OH and HOj concentrations 
in the marine boundary layer during ALBA¬ 
TROSS using laser-induced fluorescene spectros¬ 
copy 

OA418 BURKERT,J.; ANDRES HERNANDEZ, M.D.; 
STOBENER, D.; BURROWS, J.P. 

Peroxy radical measurements in the marine 
boundary layer 

OA419 DORN, H.-P.; BISTER, A.; BRAUERS, T.; 
HAUSMANN, M.; HOFZUMAHAUS, A.; 
HOLLAND, F.; SEDLAZEK, M.; WEBER, M. 
Comparison of long-path laser absorption and 
laser induced fluorescence measurements of OH 
radicals in the marine Atlantic bmmdary layer 
OA420 TUG, H.; GROSS, CHR. 

UV-radiation measurements over northern and 
southern Atlantic 

OA421 BISTER, A.; BRAUERS, T.; DORN, H.-P.; 
HAUSMANN, M.; WELLER, R.; KRISCHKE, 
U. 

Comparison fo HCHO and SOj measurements 
inn the boundary layer of the Atlantic Ocean 


OA422 WELLER, R.; SCHREMS, O.; BODDENBERG, 
A.; GAb, S.; LEIBROCK, E.; JUNKERMANN, 
W. 

Hydroperoxides and formaldehyde in the marine 
boundary layer of the Atlantic (48°N-35°S) 
measured during the Albatross Campaign 
OA423 WEITKAMP, C.; GLAUER, J.; KOHLER, S.; 
BISLING, P.; RASCHKE, E.; KAUFELD, L.; 
WELLER, R.; SCHREMS, O. 

Ozone height-profile measurements over the 
Atlantic Ocean along the 30° W meridian within 
the Albatross project 

OA424 KANAKIDOU, M.; SCIARE, J.; BABOUKAS, 
E.; BELVISO, S.; BRAUERS, T.; DORN, H.P.; 
KRISCHKE, U.; MIHALOPOULOS, N. 

How well can we simulate the atmospheric 
chemistry of the marine boundary layer of the 
Atlantic Ocean? 

OA425 GROS, V.; POISSON, N.; MARTIN, D.; 
KANAKIDOU, M.; BONSANG, B. 

Factors controlling the observed seasonal varia¬ 
tion of surface ozone at Amsterdam Island 


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Solar-Terrestrial Sciences 


STl Review session on solar-terrestrial scienc¬ 
es 

Convener: Fabian, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Hapgood, M.A. 

Monday, 20 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: Hapgood, M.A. 

11:00 HARRISON, R.A. 

Our new Sim (Solicited Paper) 

11:25 LOCKWOOD, M.; HAPGOOD, M.A. 

The structure of the dayside magnetopause and of 
dayside auroral precipitations due to pulsed 
magnetopause reconnection (Solicited Paper) 

11:50 SAUVAUD, J.-A. 

The nightside magnetospheric tail (Solicited Paper) 
12:15 ALEXEEV, LI. 

Estimation of the amount of energy transferred from 
solar wind to the Earth magnetosphere and iono¬ 
sphere 

12:30 ZIOMAS, I. 

Ozone layer and solar UV (Solicited Paper) * 

12:55 KRTVOLUTSKY, A.; PEREJASLOVA, N.; 
BAZILEVSKAYA, G. 

Global response of ozone to cosmic influence 
13:10 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


STl Review session on solar-terrestrial scienc¬ 
es - Poster Session 

Convener: Fabian, P. 

Co-Convener(s): Hapgood, M.A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

STOOl PEROV, S.P.; KRUCHENITSKY, G.M.; 
ZVIYAGINTSEV, A.M.; TIMASHEV, S.F.; 
KOSTYUCHENKO, LG. 

Short- and long-term ozone layer variations and 
their correlations with solar activity 
ST002 SOUF ELJIL, R.; GAK, E.Z. 

The solar radiation and models of control pro¬ 
cesses on water storage dynamics in North 
African conditions 
ST002A AVAKYAN, S.V. 

Ionizing radiation of the Sun and solar-terrestrial 
connections 


ST2 'Open session on the middle atmosphere 
(co-sponsored by OA) I 

Convener: Dameris, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Kriiger, B.C. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: Dameris, M. 

14:00 LtiB^N, F.-J.; lARVIS, M.J.; JONES, G.O.L. 
First in situ temperature measurements in the sum¬ 
mer mesosphere at Antarctic latitudes (Solicited 
Paper) 

14:30 SBEBERT, J.; FRICKE, K.H.; STEBEL, K.; 
BARABASH, V.; KIRKWOOD, S. 

Simultaneous measurements of noctilucent clouds 
and polar mesosphere summer echoes above northern 
Scandinavia in August 1997 

14:45 HOFFMANN, P.; SINGER, W.; KEUER, D.; 
BREMER, I.; RUSTER, R. 

Mean diurnal variations of PMSE and winds as 
measured with the ALOMAR-SOUSY radar during 
the summer months from 1994 to 1997 
15:00 LANGE, M.; SCHMINDER, R.; JACOBI, CH.; 
BAIER, F.; GUNTHER, G. 

Simulation of middle atmosphere winds and compar¬ 
ison with long-term mesopause wind measurments at 
Collm Observatory (52°N 15°E) 

15:15 MITCHELL, NJ.; HOWELLS, V.ST.C. 

Variances and spectra of gravity-wave vertical 
velocities at mesopause heights 
15:30 HOWELLS, V.ST.C.; MITCHELL, N.J.; MUL¬ 
LER, H.G. 

Climatology and tidal interactions of short-period 
gravity waves at meteor heights 
15:45 JACOBI, CH.; SCHMINDER, R.; KURSCHNER, 
D. 

The quasi 16-day wave in the summer midlatitude 
mesopause region and its dependence on the equato¬ 
rial quasi-biennial oscillation 

16:00 SOUPRAYEN, C.; HAUCHECORNE, A.; 
GARNIER, A.; HERTZOG, A. 

Middle atmosphere winds at Observatoire de 
Haute-Province (44°N) by Doppler rayleigh lidar: 
seasonal and planetary scale variability 
16:15 RUSTER, R.; NASTROM, G.D.; SCHMIDT, G. 
Radar measurements of fine structures observed in 
the lower atmosphere 
16:30 END OF PART I 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


ST2 Open session on the middle atmosphere 
(co-sponsored by OA) II 

Convener: Dameris, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Kruger, B.C. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: Kruger, B.C. 


In 


Attend the Business Meeting of your Section 

on Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, Lecture Room M8 


08:30 PAWSON, S.; COY, L.; DOUGLASS, A.; ROOD, 
R. 

The southern hemisphere winter of 1997 (Solicited 
Paper) 

09:00 NAUJOKAT, B.; LENSCHOW, R.; PAWSON, S. 
A meteorological review of the stratospheric winter 
1997/98 


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09:15 WAUGH, D.W.;RANDEL.WJ. 

Climatology of Arctic and Antarctic polar vortices 
using elliptical diagnostics 

09:30 WHITEWAY, J.A.; DUCK, T.J.; CARSWELL, A.I. 
Measurements of gravity wave activity and thermal 
structure in the Arctic stratospheric vortex 
09:45 KRUGER, K.; LANGEMATZ, U.; PAWSON, S. 
The "16-day" eastward-travelling wavenumber 2 in 
the stratosphere: a comparison between the hemi- 
spheres 

10:00 CHOI, W.; GRANT, W.B.; LEE, H.; LEE, K.-M.; 
PARK, J.H. 

Evidence of the secondary meridional circulation 
associated with the quasi-biennial oscillation ob¬ 
served in the distributions of trace species 
10:15 MARQUARDT, C. 

Stratospheric low frequency variability in mid and 
high latitudes: "triple peak spectra" or "biennial 
oscillation"? 

10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: N.N. 

11:00 ETLING, D.; GELHARDT, F.; SCHILLING, V. 

Lee-waves in the stratosphere 
11:15 KRIVOLUTSKY, A.; BIRYUSHOV, B.; 
VYUSHKOVA, T.; VARGIN, P.; PANCHEVA, D. 
Transient planetary waves structure in the middle 
atmosphere during 1991-1992: UARS data analysis 
and numerical model runs 
11:30 HALENKA, T.; MLCH, P. 

Global stratospheric circulation analysis by means of 
spectral decomposition 

11:45 FRANZEN, A.; GROSSMANN, K.U.; KULL, V.; 
OFFERMANN, D.; PREUSSE, P.; SPANG, R. 
Atmospheric trace gas correlations as measured by 
CRISTA 

12:00 BACMEISTER, J.T.; EIDMANN, G.; KULL, V.; 
OFFERMANN, D.; PREUSSE, P. 

Comparison of CRISTA I data with ER-2 measure¬ 
ments with the help of a trajectory model 
12:15 PANCHEVA, D.; LASTOVICKA, J. 

Planetary scale waves observed in the lower iono¬ 
sphere durng CRISTA I campaign 
12:30 KOUKER, W.; OFFERMANN, D.; KULL, V.; 
REDDMANN, TH.; RUHNKE, R. 

Transport across the subtropical barrier as observed 
by the CRISTA experiment and the KASIMA/CTM 
12:45 GRIEGER, N.; SCHMITZ, G. 

On the vertical wave-energy propagation from 
troposphere to stratosphere in different geographical 
regions 

13:00 PRASAD, S.S.; ZIPF, E.C. 

Emerging new atmospheric chemistry of nitrous 
oxide and its implications (Poster) 

13:05 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Dameris, M. 

14:00 AUSTIN, J.; BUTCHART, M.; GALLANI, M.; 
SCAIFE, A.A. 

Predicted stratospheric climate change from the UK 
meteorological Office’s unified model 
14:15 LANGEMATZ, U.; ERLEBACH, P. 

Stratospheric sudden warmings in the Berlin TSM 
GCM, part I: sensitivity to radiative heating rates 
and resolution 


14:30 BRAESICKE, P.; LANGEMATZ, U. 

Stratospheric sudden warmings in the Berlin TSM 
GCM. Part 2: diagnosis using the TEM formulation 
14:45 TIMMRECK, C.; FEICHTER, J.; GRAF, H.-F. 
GCM simulations of stratospheric background 
aerosol 

15:00 RICCIARDULLI, L.; GARCIA, R.R. 

On the excitation of equatorial waves by deep 
convection in the NCAR community climate model 
15:15 BAIER, F.; GUNTHER, G. 

Sensitivity studies of the winter middle atmosphere 
with an adjoint mechanistic model 
15:30 BECK, A.; LEDER, S. 

The evolution of the stratosphere in a 3-D global 
gridpoint model at the presence of steady state 
ENSO warm and ENSO cold forcing 
15:45 SCAIFE, A.A.; JAMES, I.N.; SWINBANK, R. 

Response of the stratosphere to interannual variabili¬ 
ty in the troposphere 

16:00 PEUCH, V.-H.; LEFEVRE, F.; SIMON, P. 

Initial conditions and spin-up: comparing strategies 
for use in CTMS 

16:15 RIISHOJGAARD, L.P.; STAINER, I. 

A comprehensive three-dimensional assimilation 
system for ozone and other trace constituents 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


ST2 Open session on the middle atmosphere 
(co-sponsored by OA) - Poster Session 

Convener: Dameris, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Kruger, B.C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

ST003 PRASAD, S.S.; ZIPF, E.C. 

Emerging new atmospheric chemistry of nitrous 
oxide and its implications 
ST004 KRUGER, K. 

Documentation of the eastward-travelling plane¬ 
tary wavenumber 2 in the northern stratosphere: 
1972-1997 

ST005 MULLER, K.M.; BRAESICKE, P.; 
LANGEMATZ, U.; PAWSON, S.; ZHONG, W. 
Tropical waves in the Berlin TSM GCM: an 
intercomparison between two different vertical 
resolutions 

ST006 PIEL, A.; NAUJOKAT, B.; BRAESICKE, P. 

An examination of very cold periods in the lower 
and middle stratosphere of the northern 
hermispheric winter 
ST007 BECK, A. 

Mass exchange across the subtropical barrier in 
a 3-D global model during a simulated sudden 
stratospheric warming 

ST008 RECHOU, A.; BARABASH, V.; CHILSON, P.; 
KIRKWOOD, S.; SAVITSKAYA, S.; STEBEL, 
K. 

Analyse of the waves during fronts passages 
ST009 BEYERLE, G.; SCHAFER, H.-J.; LEBLANC, 
T.; MCDERMID, I.S.; SCHREMS, O. 

Dual wavelength polarization lidar observations 
at tropical latitudes during the ALBATROSS 
campaign 1996 


208 



STOlO RICAUD, PH.; DE LA NOE, J.; WATERS, 
J.W.; FROIDEVAUX, L.; CHIPPERFIELD, M. 
Temporal evolution of stratospheric chlorine 
monoxide over alpine stations 
STOll URBAN, J.; BREMER, H.; EYRING, V.; 
KULLMANN, K.; KUNZI, K.; 
WOHLGEMUTH, J.; GOEDE, A.; DE JONGE, 
A.; KLEIPOOL, Q.; WHYBORN, N.; 
HETZHEIM, H.; SCHWAAB, G.; 
CHIPPERFffiLD, M.P. 

Trace gas measurements in the Arctic winter 
stratosphere with the airborne submillimeter SIS 
radiometer 

ST012 JOHNSTON, J.C.; ROCKMANN, T.; 

BRENNINKMEUER, C.A.M. 

Laboratory and modelling studies of CO 2 + 
0(‘D) isotopic exchange 

ST013 HARTMANN, G.K.; DEGENHARDT, W.; 

HAROGH, P.; JARCHOW, C.; RICHARDS, 
M.L.; LI, S. 

Water in the atmosphere and mesosphere 
ST014 JACOBI, CH.; SCHMINDER, R.; 

KURSCHNER, D.; KASHCHEYEV, B.L.; 
OLEYNIKOV, A.N. 

Measurements of summer mesopause region 
zonal winds over central and eastern Europe 
ST015 BEARD, A.G.; MITCHELL, N.J.; WILLIAMS, 

PJ.S. 

Bispectral analysis of non-linear tidal/planetary- 
wave coupling in the mesosphere and lower 
thermosphere 

ST016 GOKOV, A.M.; TYRNOV, O.F. 

Midlatitudinal lower ionosphere disturbances 
cuased by natural sources 
ST017 GOKOV, A.M.; TYRNOV, O.F. 

Ionospheric parameter variations in the lower D 
region during mangetic storm 
ST018 ERIKSEN, T.; HOPPE, U.-P.; THRANE, E.V.; 

BLDC, T.A. 

In-situ measurements of neutral atmosphere 
dynamics in the polar middle atmosphere 

ST3 Open session on the ionosphere and 
thermosphere - Poster Session 

Convener; Fontaine, D. 

Co-Convener(s): Schlegel, K. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

ST091 BUCHERT, S.C.; ENDO, M.; OGAWA, Y.; 
FUJII, R.; NOZAWA, S.; WATANABE, S.; 
YOSHIDA, N. 

Field-aligned ion flow events observed by the 
EISCAT ESR radar 

ST092 TRISKOVA, L.; TRUHLIK, V.; SMILAUER, J. 
Distribution of major ions in the outer ionosphere 
for the maximum of the 22nd solar cycle (low 
and middle latitudes) 

ST093 GUIO, P. 

A simple model for the velocity distribution of 
particles in a plasma with temperature gradient 
ST094 DAVIES, J.A.; LESTER, M.; MILAN, S.E.; 
ROBINSON, T.R.; YEOMAN, T.K. 

A statistical comparison of measured velocities 
from the CUTLASS system and the EISCAT 
UHF radar 


ST095 DEL POZO, C.F.; WILLIAMS, P.J.S.; NIEL¬ 
SEN, E. 

Simultaneous EISCAT/STARE observations of 
the unstable E-region 
ST096 KIM, V.P.; HEGAI, V.V. 

The structure of the night-time ionospheric 
E-region in the subauroral intense electric field 
strip taking into account the real tilte of geomag¬ 
netic force lines 

ST097 KHALIPOV, V.L.; STEPANOV, A.E.; 
ZIKRACH, E.K. 

The polar blobs by Yakut meridianal chain 
ionosonde data 

ST098 MA, S.Y.; LIU, H.X.; SCHLEGEL, K.; XU, J.S. 
Auroral thermosphere heating and electron 
density depletion in the F-region at high- and 
mid-latitudes during two intense magnetic storms 
ST099 SZOCS, H.; SZOCS, G.M. 

Contributions to modelling of coupling between 
ionosphere and interplanetary magnetic field 
STIOO PAVLOV, A.V.; BUONSANTO, M J. 

Anomalous electron density events in the quiet 
summer ionosphere at solar minimum over 
Millstone Hill 

STIOI BENCZE, P.; POOR, A.; SOL, G.; ALBERCA, 
L.F. 

Long-term variation of the height of the maxi¬ 
mum electron density in the ionosphere 
ST102 BOSKA, J.; SAULI, P. 

Height dependence of the gravity wave activity 
calculated from rapid sequence ionospheric 
vertical sounding 

ST103 LIU, J.Y.; SHIAO, C.C.; TSAI, L.C.; LIU, CH.; 
KUO, F.S.; LUE, H.Y.; HUANG, C.M. 

Vertical phase and group velocities of ionospher¬ 
ic gravity waves derived fi-om ionograms 
ST104 MARTYNENKO, S.I. 

Coupling between temporal and spatial scales and 
modelling disurbances caused by external electric 
field in the lower ionosphere 
ST105 BLANC, E.; FAROES, T.; MAMADOU, S. 

Effects of a magnetic storm on the equatorial 
ionosphere, observed by HF radar during the 
THE Y 

ST106 FAROES, T. 

Interpretation of equatorial ionospheric irregulari¬ 
ties observed by HF radar in the upper E region 
ST107 VILA, P.M. 

Small-scale structures of quiet day F2 layer 
ionisation density at very low magnetic latitudes 
ST108 SCHERLIESS, L.; FEJER, B.G. 

Variability of equatorial F-region vertical plasma 
drifts 

ST109 THIEMANN, H.; MAYER, G.; PIEL, A. 

First results of low-latitude rocket project DEOS: 
Dynamics of the Equatorial ionosphere Over 
SHAR 

STlll SIZOVA, L. 

Critical frequency foFj variations at equator 
ST112 KUNITSYN, V.E.; ANDREEVA, E.S.; 
RAZINKOV, O.G.; ZAKHAROV, V.I. 

Methods of the nearspace environment tomogra¬ 
phy 

STl 13 LILENSTEN, J.; MOISAN, E.; 

LATHUILLERE, C.; PIBARET, B.; KOFMAN, 
W. 

Predictor scheme for the EISCAT data process¬ 
ing 


209 





ST114 CHERNYAKOV, S.M.; EVSTAFJEV, O.V. 

A digital ionospheric station in the observatory 
Loparskaya 

STl 15 KOSCH, M.J.; HAGFORS, T.; KOHSIEK, A.; 
REES, D. 

The MPAE Fabry-Perot interferometer for neutral 
atmosphere and ionosphere interaction studies 
with EISCAT 

STl 16 SCHLEGEL, K.; KOHSIEK, A.; KOSCH, M. 

A new method for advanced Fabry-Perot data 
processing 

STl 17 SCHNELLER, W.J.; KERR, R.B.; NOTO, J. 

New near-IR experimental techniques to deter¬ 
mine thermospheric composition and dynamics 
STl 18 NOTO, J.; KERR, R.B.; SCHNELLER, WJ.; 
RUDY, R.J.; HECHT, J.H. 

Production of metastable helium in the thermo¬ 
sphere by He"^ recombination 
STl 19 WITASSE, O.; LILENSTEIN, J.; 

LATHUILLERE, C.; BLELLY, P.L. 

Atomic oxygen forbidden lines modelized during 
a WINDII-EISCAT coordinated measurements 
ST120 KRASNOPOLSKY, V.A. 

HST detection of terrestrial deuterium 
ST121 PAVLOV, A.V. 

New electron energy transfer and cooling rates 
by excitation of N 2 and O 2 

ST122 LIU, J.Y.; ROTTGER, J.; PAN, C.J.; LIU, C.H.; 
RIETVELD, M.T.; LEE, C.C. 

VHF radar and MF/HF dynasonde observations 
during polar mesosphere summer echo conditions 
at EISCAT 
ST123 ASTIN, 1. 

Descent rates in PMSE type layers observed by 
the UK MST radar at Aberystwyth 
ST124 JACOBI, CH. 

Nonlinear interaction of planetary waves and 
tides as seen from midlatitude upper 
mesosphere/lower thermosphere wind measure¬ 
ments at Collm, Germany (52°N, 15°E) 

ST125 JACOBI, CH.; SCHMINDER, R.; 
KURSCHNER, D.; HOFFMANN, P.; SINGER, 
W.; KASHCHEYEV, B.L.; OLEYNIKOV, A.N.; 
FAHRUTDINOVA, A.N.; SOLNTSEV, R.N.; 
SOLOVIEVA, T.V.; PORTNYAGIN, YU.L 
Climatology of the mesopause region semidiurnal 
tide over central and eastern Europe 
ST126 BELYAEV, P.P.; LISOV, A.A.; BELOVA, N.L; 
YAKUNIN, M.N. 

Observations of wave motions in the mesopause 
of Earth’s atmosphere with using of very low 
frequency signals 

ST127 MIRKOTAN, S.F.; PANCHELUGA, V.A. 

Percolation model of F2 layer critical frequency 
ST128 GOKOV, A.M.; MARTYNENKO, S.L; 

ROZUMENKO, V.T.; TSYMBAL, A.M.; 
TYRNOV, O.F. 

Variations in the electron collision frequency and 
electric fields in the lower ionosphere at middle 
latitudes 

ST129 CHERNOGOR, L.F.; , GARMASH, K.P.; 

ROZUMENKO, V.T.; TYRNOV, O.F. 

On the possibility of energetic particle precipita¬ 
tion from the magnetosphere into the middle 
latitude ionosphere 


* not included in the Book of Abstracts 


ST130 CHERNOGOR, L.F.; GARMASH, K.P.; 

KOSTROV, L.S.; LEUS, S.G.; POKHIL’KO, 
S.N.; ROZUMENKO, V.T.; TSYMBAL, A.M.; 
TYRNOV, O.F. 

HF Doppler probing of ionospheric perturbations 
which accompanied the space shuttle Atlantis 
launch with a geomagnetic storm as a 
background 

STl 31 CHERNOGOR, L.F.; GARMASH, K.P.; 

GRITCHIN, A.I.; KOSTROV, L.S.; 
ROZUMENKO, V.T.; TSYMBAL, A.M.; 

TYRNOV, O.F. 

Observations of ionospheric D region perturba¬ 
tions which accompanied the space shuttle orbiter 
Atlantis laimch with a geomagnetic storm as a 
background by partial reflection rechmque 
STl32 KIM, V.P.; HEGAI, V.V. 

Night-time F2-region electron density changes 
due to acoustic gravity waves excited before 
strong earthquakes 
STl 33 CHERNOGOR 

Infrasound effects of earthquakes and their 
precursors on parameters of the ionosphere and 
magnetosphere 

ST134 ALIMOV, O.A.; NEGMATULLAEV, S.H. 

Usage of meteorologic and ionospheric data for 
thepurposes of earthquake predictions 
STBS KUZNETSOV, V.V.; KHOMUTOV, S.Y.; 
PLOTKIN, V.V.; GREKHOV, O.E.; PAVLOV, 
A.F.; FEDOROV, A.N. 

Seismo-ionospheric effects imder the influence of 
the power seismovibrator to the lithosphere 
ST136 MITCHELL, C.N.; PRYSE, S.E.; KERSLEY, L.; 

WILLSON, C.A.; CANNON, P. 

Routine tomographic imaging of the ionosphere 
over UK * 


ST3 Open session on the ionosphere and 
thermosphere 

Convener: Fontaine, D. 

Co-Convener(s): Schlegel, K. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M6 
Chairperson: Fontaine, D. 

10:45 FEJER, B.G.; SCHERLIESS, L. 

Magnetospheric and ionospheric disturbance dynamo 
effects in the low- and mid-latitude ionosphere 
(Solicited Paper) 

Ionospheric effects 

11:15 LILENSTEN, J.; WITASSE, O. 

Electron and ion temperature dependence of the 
electric field above EISCAT over a full solar cycle 
11:30 PRYSE, S.E.; KERSLEY, L.; SMITH, A.M.; 
MITCHELL, C.N.; BERRY, S.T. 

Electron density signatures of high-latitude plasma 
processes 

11:45 THOROLFSSON, A.; CERISIER, J.C. 

Flux transfer events in the ionosphere: model and 
data 

12:00 FUJII, R.; ENDO, M.; OGAWA, Y.; BUCHERT, 
S.C.; NOZAWA, S.; WATANABE, S.; YOSHIDA, 
N. 

Field-aligned ion flow events from the ionosphere 
observed by the EISCAT VHF radar 


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12:15 FORME, F.; FONTAINE, D. 

Enhanced ion acoustic fluctuations and ion outflows 
in the upper ionosphere 

12:30 STROMME, A.; BJORNA, N.; LOVHAUG, U.P.; 
VAN EYKEN, A.P. 

An attempt to interpret non-Maxwellian spectra from 
the EISCAT Svalbard Radar (ESR) 

12:45 GONZALEZ, S.A.; SULZER, M.P. 

Recent advances in incoherent scatter radar measure¬ 
ment capabilities of the topside ionosphere and 
plasmasphere at Arecibo Observatory 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Fontaine, D. 

14:00 KOSCH, M.J.; HONARY, F.; STAMATIOU, N.; 
HAGFORS, T. 

A comparison of auroral optical images, riometer 
absorption patterns and EISCAT radar data (Solicited 
Paper) 

14:30 GRYDELAND, T.; MJOLHUS, E.; BJORNA, N. 
Simultaneous observations of enhanced ion spectra 
and strong plasma lines with the EISCAT UHF radar 
system 

14:45 GUIO, P. 

Doppler frequency interpretation of incoherent 
scatter plasma lines 

15:00 MASSON, A.; LEFEUVRE, F.; LAGOUTTE, D.; 
RAUCH, J.L.; ZHAO, Z.YU. 

On the involvement of Schumann resonances in high 
latitudes plasma structuring 
15:15 LOBZIN, V.V.; PAVLOV, A.V. 

Correlations between SAR-arc intensity and solar 
and geomagnetic activity 
15:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Schlegel, K. 

Ionosphere-thermosphere coupling 

16:00 KOHSIEK, A.; KOSCH, MJ.; SCHLEGEL, K. 
Comparison of neutral and ion parameters in the 
high latitude E- and F-region observed by the 
MPAE-FPI and EISCAT 

16:15 FORBES, J.M.; PALO, S.; PORTNYAGIN, YU.L; 
MAKAROV, N.A.; MERZLYAKOV, E.G. 
Intradiurnal oscillations in Antarctic lower thermo¬ 
sphere winds: south pole observations and global 
implications 

16:30 COX, R.M.; ROLLASON, R.M.; PLANE, J.M.C. 
An ion-molecule mechanism for the formation of 
neutral sporadic layers of sodium and iron 
16:45 PALO, S.E.; ROBLE, R.G. 

The quasi-two-day wave in the thermosphere: a 
study using the time-GCM 

17:00 PEYMIRAT, C.; RICHMOND, A.D.; EMERY, 
B.A.; ROBLE, R.G. 

Evaluation of the effect of the neutral winds on the 
inner magnetospheric convection with a 
magnetosphere-thermosphere-ionosphere electrody¬ 
namics general-circulation model 
17:15 MULLER-WODARG, I.C.F. 

Propagation of planetary waves into the thermo¬ 
sphere and ionosphere - a modelling study 
17:30 END OF SESSION 


ST4 Open session on the magnetosphere I 

Convener: Rycroft, M.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Sandahl, I. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M5 
Chairperson: Rycroft, M.J. 

14:00 GRAFE, A. 

Are our ideas about Dst correct? 

14:15 BOURDARIE, S.A.; BOSCHER, D.; VACARESSE, 
A. 

A radiation belt model based on convection-diffusion 
theory including a time dependent magnetic field 
14:30 VACARESSE, A.; BOSCHER, D.; BOURDARIE, 

S. 

A long term physical model for high energy low 
altitude protons 

14:45 LEMAIRE, J.F.; DACHEV, TS.P.; TOMOV, B.T.; 
MATVIICHUK, YU.N.; KOLEVA, R.T.; 
SEMKOVA, J.V.; PETROV, V.M.; 
SHURSHAKOV, V.A. 

Overview on the inner magnetosphere variations 
observed by Lliulin instrument on MIR space station 
15:00 PETRUKOVICH, A.A.; ZELENYI, L.M.; MUKAI, 

T. 

Multi-spacecraft studies or substorms (Solicited 
Paper) 

15:30 PEDERSEN, A.; MOZER, F.S.; RUSSELL, C.T. 
Quasistatic electric fields in and near the Northern 
Cusp 

15:45 ZAKHAROV, V.E.; MEISTER, C.-V. 

Large-scale anomalous resistivity caused by electro¬ 
static ion-cyclotron turbulence in the plasma of the 
auroral ionosphere 

16:00 HAPGOOD, M.; LOCKWOOD, M. 

Ordering of electron anisotropy in the low-latitude 
boundary layer 

16:15 DEZEEUW, D.L.; GOMBOSI, T.L; GROTH, 
C.P.T.; MARSHALL, H.G.; SONG, P.; POWELL, 
K.G.; STOUT, Q.F. 

The response of the global magnetosphere-iono¬ 
sphere system to changing IMF conditions: results 
from a 3D multiscale simulation 
16:30 HERRERO, F.A.; CHORNAY, D.J. 

Grazing incidence neutral atom (GINA) surface 
conversion for the new generation of energetic 
neutral atom imagers in remote sensing of the 
magnetosphere 
16:45 END OF PART I 


ST4 Open session on the magnetosphere - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Rycroft, M.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Sandahl, I. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 
Chairperson: Rycroft, M.J. 

ST169 BLAGOVESCHENSKY, D.V.; CHERNYAKOV, 
S.M. 

A ground facility for high-latitude magneto- 
spheric sounding 

ST170 HAPGOOD, M.; LOCKWOOD, M. 

The magnetopause transition parameter and the 
Whalen test 




ST171 KOZELOVA, T.V.; KOZELOV, B.V.; 
LAZUTIN, L.L.; SINGER, H.; RASINKANGAS, 
R.; KORTH, A. 

Substorm differential magnetospheric currents 
estimated by CRRES data 
ST172 KUNITSYN, V.E.; SILIN, LV. 

Possibility of tomographic investigation of mag¬ 
netic recoimection in Earth’s magnetosphere 
ST173 LEVITIN, A.E. 

Magnetic effects of field-aligned currents 
ST174 MARTIANOV, S.A. 

Penetration of the solar wind plasma into 
magnetosphere 

ST175 MARTIANOV, S.A. 

On the selfconsistent profiles in collisionless 
plasma with adiabatic particle motion 
ST177 RAKHMATULIN, R.A.; TABANAKOV, I.V. 

On a possible source of global Pi2 pulsations on 
midlatitudes 

ST178 VACARESSE, A.; BOSCHER, D.; 

BOURDARIE, S.; KORTH, A.; FRIEDEL, R. 
Linear correlations between the global geomag¬ 
netic index Kp, CRRES in flight measurements, 
and SALAMMBO 2D proton code results 
ST179 YUKHIMUK, A.K.; YUKHIMUK, V.A.; 

FEDUN, V.N.; FALKO, O.G. 

Nonlinear mechanism of electromagnetic radia¬ 
tion in the magnetized plasma 

ST4 Open session on the magnetosphere II 

Convener: Rycroft, M.I. 

Co-Conveneif^s): Sandahl, I. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M5 
Chairperson: Rycroft, M.I. 

09:00 MEZIANE, K.; WILBER, M.; PARKS, G.K.; LIN, 
R.P.; LARSON, D.E.; MAZELLE, C.; LEQUEAU, 
D. 

Dependence of upstream ion beam densities upon 
distance from the Earth’s bow shock 
09:15 DE KEYSER, I.; ROTH, M. 

AMPTE/IRM observations of magnetic field rotation 
at the dayside magnetopause 

09:30 IVCHENKO, N.V.; SIBECK, D.G.; TAKAHASHI, 
K. 

Magnetopause motions as observed by Geotail 

09:45 WILKEN, B.; ZONG, Q.-G.; DOKE, T.; 
KOKUBUN, S.; MUKAI, T.; YAMAMOTO, T.; 
REEVES, G.D.; ULLALAND, S. 

CIR related substorm activity observed in the distant 
tail 

10:00 KAYMAZ, Z. 

IMP 8 observations of magnetically open 
magnetotail during equatorial IMFs: implications for 
reconnection 

10:15 SAMSONOV, A.A.; PUDOVKIN, M.I.; MEISTER, 
C.V. 

The solar wind flow aroimd the Earth in dependence 
on the magnetopause boundary conditions 
10:30 BREAK 


Chairperson: Rycroft, M.I. 

11:00 MAZELLE, C.; MEZIANE, K.; LE QUEAU, D.; 
LIN, R.P.; LARSON, D.; PARKS, G.; LEPPING, 
R.P. 

Nongyrotropic gyrating ion distributions and low 
frequency waves in the Earth’s foreshock: a detailed 
case study 

11:15 RUNOV, A.V.; PUDOVKIN, M.I.; MEISTER, 

C.-V. 

Dynamics of tail-like current layer caused by anoma¬ 
lous resistivity 
11:30 ALEXEEV, I.I. 

A model of disturbed magnetosphere 
11:45 ARYKOV, A.A.; MALTSEV, YU.P.; 
OSTAPENKO, A.A. 

Geomagnetic and solar wind control of 
magnetospheric mapping 

12:00 ALEXEEV, I.L; BOBROVNIKOV, S.YU. 

Equilibrium of the magnetosphere and tail current 
dynamics 

12:15 ALEXEEV, L; KALEGAEV, V. 

Magnetosheath’s magnetic field and magnetopause 
structure for high magnetic shear 
12:30 FESHCHENKO, E.YU.; MALTSEV, YU.P. 

Magnetospheric plasma pressure restored from the 
magnetic data 

12:45 MALTSEV, YU.P.; OSTAPENKO, A.A. 

Storm effect on the bulk magnetic field in the 
magnetosphere 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Rycroft, M.I. 

14:00 MALTSEV, YU.P.; REZHENOV, B.V. 

Effects of Bz and By IMF components onthe Dst 
variation 

14:15 SANTOLIK, O.; PARROT, M. 

On the wave propagation and polarization of ELF 
emissions observed by Freja around local proton 
gyro-frequency 

14:30 VAGINA, L.I.; SERGEEV, B.A. 

Viewing the dipolarization region during substorm 
onset 

14:45 PUDOVKIN, M.I.; SAMSONOV, A.A.; MEISTER, 
C.V. 

The solar wind flow around the Earth in the CGL 
approximation 

15:00 EROKHIN, N.S.; RYCROFT, M.I.; NUNN, D.; 
ZOLNIKOVA, N. 

About phase space occupied by synchronous elec¬ 
trons under the extended second-order gyroresonance 
interaction with whistler 

15:15 DOUDKIN, F.; KOREPANOV, V.; GOUGH, M.P. 

Imaging of boundaries in magnetosphere 
15:30 END OF SESSION 


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STS Open session on solar and heliospheric 
physics I 

Convener: Marsden, R.G. 

Co-Convener(s): Marsch, E. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M5 
Chairperson: Marsden, R.G. 

09:00 OLIVER, R. 

Nonlinear fast magnetohydrodynamic waves in solar 
coronal holes 

09:15 ORLANDO, S.; PERES, G.; CIARAVELLA, A.; 
BETTA, R.; REALE, F.; KOHL, J.; NOCI, G.; 
FINESCHI, S.; ROMOLI, M.; BREKKE, P.; 
FLUDRA, A.; GURMAN, J.B.; LEMAIRE, P.; 
SCHUHLE, U. 

UVCS/SOHO observations of the polar high speed 
solar wind 

09:30 FREDVIK, T.; MALTBY, P. 

Temporal variation and redshift of He I 584 A in 
solar active regions 

09:45 VAN DER LINDEN, R.A.M.; HOOD, A.W. 

Methods for a complete ideal MHD stability study of 
ID line-tied coronal loops 
10:00 LEBLANC, F.; HUBERT, D. 

A multispecies multimoment model for the expan¬ 
sion of the solar wind 

10:15 BRANDT, J,; PETERSEN, C.C.; SNOW, M.; YI, 
Y.; ULYSSES COMET WATCH 
Cometary plasma tails as probes of latitudinal 
structure in the solar wind 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Marsden, R.G. 

11:00 BREEN, A.R.; VARLEY, C.A.; WILLIAMS, P.J.S.; 
LECnsrSKI, A.; THOMPSON, B.; COLES, W.A. 
Interplanetary scintillation measurements of the solar 
wind during whole Sun month 
11:15 ISSAUTIER, K.; MEYER-VERNET, N.; 
MONCUQUET, M.; HOANG, S. 

High-speed solar wind structure from Ulysses radio 
measurements 

11:30 BREEN, A.R.; MCKENZIE, J.F.; MORAN, P.J.; 
VARLEY, C.A.; WILLIAMS, P.J.S.; DEFOREST, 
C. 

Acceleration of the solar wind: measurements of 
irregularity velocities and model results 
11:45 FAHR, H.-J.; LAY, G.; NASS, H.U. 

Observations of solar and geocoronal LY-a 
12:00 KYROLA, E.; SUMMANEN, T.; SCHMIDT, W.; 
MAKINEN, T.; BERTAUX, J.L.; LALLEMENT, 
R.; QUEMERAIS, E.; COSTA, J. 

Remote sensing of the solar wind by SWAN/SOHO 
Lyman a measurements 

12:15 SCHERER, K.; WOCH, J.; FAHR, H.-J. 

Short variability of the solar wind parameter 
12:30 SCHERER, K.; MARSCH, E.; FAHR, H.-J. 

Longterm variability of the solar wind parameters 
12:45 VARLEY, C.; WILLIAMS, P.J.S.; MORAN, P.J.; 
WILKINSON, W.; FALLOWS, R.; BREEN, A.R.; 
COLES, W.A. 

Estimates of scale size of irregularities in the fast 
and slow solar wind using EISCAT observations of 
interplanetary scintillation 
13:00 LUNCH 


Chairperson: Marsch, E. 

14:00 MEYER-VERNET, N.; ISSAUTIER, K. 

Electron temperature in the solar wind from kinetic 
models 

14:15 BAUMGARTEL, K.; SAUER, K.; DUBININ, E.; 
TARRASOV, V.; DOUGHERTY, M. 

Solar wind interaction with the Phobos gas torus: 
Phobos events 

14:30 DE KEYSER, J.; ROTH, M.; SODING, A. 

Flow shear and magnetic field orientation at solar 
wind directional discontinuities: WIND observations 
14:45 IVANOV, K.G.; ROMASHETS, E.P. 

Interplanetary disturbances with forward rotational 
discontinuities 

15:00 SMITH, EJ.; BURTON, M.E.; MCCOMAS, D.J.; 
ANDERSON, K.A. 

Ulysses observations of a pair of slow mode shocks 
inside a comal mass ejection 

15:15 REINER, M.J.; KAISER, M.L.; FAINBERG, J.; 
STONE, R.G. 

Remote radio tracking of CMEs 
15:30 GROTH, C.P.T.; GOMBOSI, T.I.; DEZEEUW, 
D.L.; MARSHALL, H.G.; POWELL, K.G.; STOUT, 
Q.F. 

3D MHD simulation of coronal mass ejections 
15:45 FORSYTH, R.J.; BALOGH, A.; SMITH, E.J.; 
TSURUTANI, B.T. 

Recent heliospheric magnetic field observations as 
Ulysses approaches Aphelion 
16:00 MORAN, P.J.; BREEN, A.R.; COLES, W.A.; 
VARLEY, C.A.; WILKINSON, W.P.; WILLIAMS, 
P.J.S. 

Interplanetary scintillation measurements of the large 
scale structure of the heliospheric magnetic fields 
using EISCAT 

16:15 KIRSCH, E.; MALL, U.; WILKEN, B.; CIERPKA, 
K.; GALVIN, A.B.; GLOECKLER, G.; CHOTOO, 
K. 

Suprathermal solar wind and pickup ions measured 
by the WIND/SMS-experiment near the libration 
point LI 

16:30 END OF PART I 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


STS Open session on solar and heliospheric 
physics II 

Convener: Marsden, R.G. 

Co-Convener(s): Marsch, E. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: M5 
Chairperson: Mall, U. 

09:00 FAHR, H.-J.; FICHTNER, H.; SCHERER, H. 

Extreme-ultraviolet diagnostics of pick-up ions in 
regions close to the solar corona 
09:15 GRUNWALDT, H.; MANN, I.; HILCHENBACH, 
M.; BOCHSLER, P. 

Correlated C^ and source near 0.2 AU 
09:30 FAHR, H.-J.; CHALOV, S.V. 

Phase space diffusion and anisotropic pick-up ion 
distributions in the solar wind 
09:45 RUCINSKI, D.; BZOWSKI, M. 

Solar cycle-induced modulations of the 
inter-planetary pickup ion fluxes 


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10:00 FORSYTH, R.J.; WIMMER-SCHWEINGRUBER, 
R.F. 

Corotating interaction regions: magnetic field 
behaviour in the vicinity of stream interfaces and 
heliospheric current sheet crossings 
10:15 WEMMER-SCHWEEVGRUBER, R.F.; VON 
STEIGER, R.; PAERLI, R. 

Solar wind stream interfaces in corotating interaction 
regions: SWICSAJlysses results II 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Mall, U. 

11:00 KEPPLER, E. 

Is CIR acceleration dependent on heliographic 
latitude in the light of Ulysses data? 

11:15 BOGDANOV, A.T.; MOBIUS, E.; 
HILCHENBACH, M.; KLECKER, B.; 
HOVESTADT, D.; KISTLER, L.M.; POPECKI, 
M.A.; LUND, E.J.; HEIRTZLER, D.; GALVIN, 
A.B.; BOCHSLER, P.; GRUENWALDT, H.; 
IPAVICH, F.M.; GLIEM, F. 

Analysis of a ^He rich solar energetic particle event 
observed with ACE/SEPICA and SOHO/HSTOF 
11:30 LARIO, D.; SANDERSON, T.R.; MARSDEN, 
R.G.; MAKSIMOVIC, M.; FORSYTH, RJ.; 
BALOGH, A. 

Ulysses and WIND observations of the transient 
particle events in November 1997 
11:45 CHAIZY, P.A.; LANZEROTTI, LJ.; LEPPING, 
R.P.; KOKUBUN, S.K.; LIN, R.P.; BOSQUED, 
J.M.; SANDERSON, T.R.; YAMAMOTO, T. 
Analysis of transport conditions of energetic 
heliospheric electrons (WIND and GEOTAIL data) 
12:00 BZOWSKI, M.; RUCINSKI, D.; IZMODENOV, V. 
Physical phenomena determining interstellar hydro¬ 
gen distribution in the inner heliosphere 
12:15 BZOWSKI, M.; FAHR, J.H.; RUCINSKI, D. 

On the applicability of fluid-mechanics approach in 
the modelling of interstellar hydrogen gas within the 
heliosphere 

12:30 QUEMAERAIS, E.; COSTA, J.; LALLEMENT, R.; 
BERTAUX, J.L.; KYROLA, E.; SCHMIDT, W. 
Interstellar neutral hydrogen velocity and tempera¬ 
ture from SWAN/SOHO hydrogen cell measure¬ 
ments 

12:45 SCHERER, K. 

The influence of the neutral gas drag in the outer 
heliosphere 

13:00 IZMODENOV, V.V.; GEISS, J.; GLOECKLER, G.; 
BARANOV, V.B.; LALLEMENT, R.; MALAMA, 
YU.G. 

Interstellar atom filtration in the heliospheric inter¬ 
face: inferences on the LIC electron density 
13:15 END OF SESSION 


Attend the Poster Session 
and the 
Exhibition 


STS Open session on solar and heliospheric 
physics - Poster Session 

Convener: Marsden, R.G. 

Co-Convener(s): Marsch, E. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 
Chairperson: Marsden, R.G. 

ST193 JENSEN, J.M.; JACOBSEN, B.H.; 
CHRISTENSEN-DALSGAARD, J. 

Rapid inversion of helioseismic time-distance 
data 

ST194 MEISTER, C.-V.; RUNOV, A.V.; PUDOVKIN, 
M.L; ZAITSEVA, S.A.; ZAKHAROV, V.E. 
Modelling of sunspot equilibriae for finite flux 
tube diameters 

ST195 SUKHORUKOVA, G.V.; AXFORD, W.I.; 

MCKENZIE, J.F. 

The connection of the fast solar wind to the 
chromospheric network pattern 
ST196 ORLANDO, S.; VENTURA, R.; PERES, G.; 
SPADARO, D. 

Propagation of three-dimensional Alfven waves 
in the high speed solar wind: effects on the 
LYalpha and LY beta and O VI lines observed 
by UVCS/SOHO 

ST 197 KERN, O.; WIMMER-SCHWEINGRUBER, 

R.F.; BOCHSLER, P.; ZURBUCHEN, T.H.; 
HAMILTON, D.C. 

Ca, Si, and Fe elemental abundances in the slow 
and cold solar wind determined from the mass 
instrument on WIND 

ST198 MALL, U.; KIRSCH, E.; CIERPKA, K; 
WILKEN, B.; SOEDING, A.; NEUBAUER, F.; 
GLOECKLER, G.; GALVIN, A.; CHOTOO, S. 
Direct observation of lunar pick-up ions with 
WIND-STICKS 

ST199 SUMMANEN, T.; KYROLA, E.; SCHMIDT, 

W.; MAKINEN, T.; BERTAUX, J.L.; 
LALLEMENT, R.; QUEMERAIS, E.; COSTA, 
J. 

Temporal variations of interplanetary lyman a 
radiation measured by SWAN 
ST200 SCHERER, K.; FAHR, H.-J.; 
BANASZKIEWICZ, M. 

The dynamics of interplanetary dust particles 
close to the Sun: the plasma-Poynting-Robertson 
effects of the solar wind near the corona 
ST201 WIMMER-SCHWEINGRUBER, R.F.; 

BOCHSLER, P.; WIELER, R.; BAMERT, K. 
Suprathermal solar particles in lunar soils - a 
comparison with long-time flux averages inferred 
from spacecraft measurements 
ST202 LAUTH, U.; KEPPLER, E. 

Intersection of heliospheric current sheet with 
forward shock of corotating interaction region 
ST203 CLASSEN, H.-T.; MANN, G.; KEPPLER, E. 

Particle acceleration efficiency and MHD charac¬ 
teristics of CIR related-shocks 
ST204 SCHERER, K.; FICHTNER, H. 

Comparison of the cosmic ray fluxes measured 
onboard of Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11 
ST205 IZMODENOV, V.V.; KALININ, A.P.; 

MALAMA, YU.G. 

Estimation of elastic H-H, H-ET collision influ¬ 
ence on the interstellar atom distribution in the 
heliospheric interface 


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ST206 BADALYAN, O.G.; VALCHUK, T.E.; 
YERMOLAEV, YU.L; LIVSHITS, M.A. 

Study of helium abundance in low-speed solar 
wind streams on the basis of Prognoz 7 and 8 
data 

ST206A YERMOLAEV, YU.L 

Do all solar atmosphere areas provide equal solar 
wind kinetic energy flux? 

ST6 Nonlinear dynamics in the heliosphere 
(co-sponsored by NP) 

Convener: Macek, W.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Carbone, V.; Grappin, R. 

Tuesday, 21 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: GALLIENI 5 
Chairperson: Marsch, E. 

Shocks 

08:45 GEDALIN, M. 

Fine structure of collisionless shocks: theory and 
observations (Solicited Paper) 

09:15 SCHOLER, M.; KUCHAREK, H.; TRATTNER, 
K.J. 

Ion injection, acceleration, and wave generation at 
the quasi-parallel bow shock (Solicited Paper) 

09:45 LOUARN, P.; MANGENEY, A. 

On the universal importance of small scale electro¬ 
static structures in acceleration/heating processes 
10:00 RATKIEWICZ, R.; BARNES, A.; SPREITER, 
J.R.; STAHARA, S.S. 

Termination shock excursions: possibilities for 
Voyager encounter 

10:15 ERDOS, G.; BALOGH, A.; KOTA, J. 

Mixing of the heliospheric magnetic field lines 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Macek, W.M. 

11:00 GALTIER, S.; FOURNIER, J.-D. 

Shocks and antishocks in the MHD-Thomas model 

Solitons and nonlinear waves 

11:15 BAUMGARTEL, K.; HACKENBERG, P.; MANN, 
G. 

Magnetohydrodynamic solitary waves: relevance to 
solar wind observations 

11:30 HACKENBERG, P.; MANN, G.; MARSCH, E. 

Solitary waves in multi-ion plasmas 
11:45 CHAMPEAUX, S.; PASSOT, T.; SULEM, P.L. 
Alfven wave collapse in the small-dispersion limit 


12:45 PRIMAVERA, L.; MALARA, F.; VELTRI, P. 

A numerical study of the correlation between density 
and temperature fluctuations observed in solar wind 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Scholer, M. 

14:00 MARSCH, E. 

Structure functions and scalings analysis of solar 
wind fluctuations (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 POLITANO, H.; POUQUET, A. 

Exact scaling laws for turbulent MHD flows 
14:45 VELTRI, P.; MANGENEY, A. 

On the nature of intermittency in the solar wind 
MHD turbulence 

15:00 VOROS, Z.; KOVACS, P.; KORMENDI, A.; 
GREEN, A.W.; PLYASOVA BAKOUNINA, T.A.; 
JUHASZ, A. 

Self-similarity concepts for geomagnetic pulsations 
(Solicited Paper) 

15:30 WERNIK, A.W. 

Properties of the solar wind turbulence as revealed 
by the wavelet transform 
15:45 MACEK, W.M. 

Testing for fractal structure in the low-speed solar 
wind in the inner heliosphere 
16:00 REDAELLI, S.; MACEK, W.M. 

Entropy of the solar wind flow in the inner 
heliosphere 

16:15 CHIGIRINSKAYA, Y.; SCHERTZER, D.; 
LOVEJOY, S. 

Scaling gyroscope cascade models and the 
multifractal MHD intermittency 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


ST6 Nonlinear dynamics in the heliosphere 
(co-sponsored by NP) - Poster Session 

Convener: Macek, W.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Carbone, V.; Grappin, R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

ST207 OBOJSKA, L.; MACEK, W.M. 

Singular system analysis of the solar wind 
ST208 SALEM, C.; MANGENEY, A.; LACOMBE, C.; 
KELLOGG, P.J. 

Small electrostatic potential drops in the solar 
wind 

ST209 KOVACS, P.; VOROS, Z.; KORMENDI, A.; 
GREEN, A.W.; HEGYMEGI, L. 

Wavelet analysis of geomagnetic time series 


Fractals and turbulence 

ST7 Nonlinear processes in the ionosphere 
12:00 GRAPPIN, R.; LEORAT, J. and magnetosphere (co-sponsored by NP) 

Role of coronal conditions in the development of 

streams, instabilities and turbulence in the solar wind Convener: Rycroft, M.J. 

12:15 SORRISO-VALVO, L.; BRUNO, R.; CARBONE, Co-Convener(s): Fontaine, D. 

V.; VELTRI, P. Wednesday, 22 April 1998 

Probability distribution functions of turbulent fluctu- Lecture Room: M8 
ations in the solar wind Chairperson: Rycroft, M.J. 

12:30 MILOVANOV, A.V.; ZELENYI, L.M. 

Multiscale structure of the interplanetary magnetic 09:00 SUKHORUKOV, A.I.; STUBBE, P. 
field: fracton excitations and the power-law spectra Sprite effects on the ionosphere 

09:15 BUCHERT, S.C.; SAITO, S. 

On the Pedersen current carried by electrons 


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09:30 RYCROFT, M.J.; DEMEKHOV, A.G.; 
TRAKHTENGERTS, V.Y.; MANNINEN, J.; 
TURUNEN, T. 

Demodulation of HE radio transmitter signals by the 
polar electrojet 

09:45 BELYAEV, P.P.; KANGAS, J.; BOSINGER, T.; 
TRAKHTENGERTS, V.YU.; ISAEV, S.V.; 
RIETVELD, M. 

Electromagnetic remote sounding of resonance 
properties of polar ionosphere in the ULF frequency 
range 0.1 - 5 Hz with using of HE powerful heating 
facility 

10:00 BELYAEV, P.P.; TRAKHTENGERTS, V.YU.; 
ISAEV, S.V.; KANGAS, J.; BOSINGER, T. 

First evidence of spectral resonance structure (SRS) 
of ULF background electromagnetic noises at the 
polar region 

10:15 DUDOK DE WIT, T. 

Recent developments in the characterization of 
nonlinear wave phenomena in space plasmas (Solic¬ 
ited Paper) 

10:45 BORISOV, N.; STUBBE, P.; GORBUNOV, L. 
Parametric decay of electromagnetic pump wave in 
two-dimensional inhomogeneous plasma 
11:00 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Rycroft, M.J. 

14:00 MISHIN, E.; HAGFORS, T. 

On particle acceleration bylower hybrid turbulence 
during ionospheric modification experiments 
14:15 POPEL, S.I. 

Modulational interaction of lower-hybrid waves and 
formation of coherent structures in the 
magnetosphere 

14:30 LEFEBVRE, B.; KRASNOSEL’SKIKH, V. 

A dynamical study of induced scattering 
14:45 MANNINEN, R.; KAILA, K.; OIKARINEN, A.; 
MANNINEN, J. 

Pulsating auroras and their connection with VLF 
emissions observed in northern Finland 
15:00 NUNN, D.; MANNINEN, J.; TURUNEN, T.; 
TRAKHTENGERTS, V.; EROKHIN, E. 

On the nonlinear triggering of VLF emissions by 
power line harmonic radiation 
15:15 PUDOVKIN, M.I.; BESSER, B.P.; LEBEDEVA, 
V.V.; ZAITSEVA, S.A. 

Magnetosheath’s model in the CGL approximation 
15:30 VLADIMIROV, S.V. 

Collective charging processes in dusty plasmas 
15:45 VLADIMIROV, S.V.; CRAMER, N.F. 

Linear and nonlinear properties of Alfven waves in 
plasmas containing highly charged impurities or dust 
16:00 Concluding Remarks 
16:15 END OF SESSION 


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ST7 Nonlinear processes in the ionosphere 
and magnetosphere (co-sponsored by NP) 
- Poster Session 

Convener: Rycroft, M.J. 

Co-Convener(s): Fontaine, D. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 -19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 
Chairperson; Rycroft, M.J. 

ST137 BUTS, A.V.; CHATSKAYA, V.A.; TYRNOV, 
O.F. 

Influence of plasma density fluctuations on 
plasma-beam interaction 

ST138 BUTS, V.A.; CHATSKAYA, V.A.; TYRNOV, 
O.F. 

Dynamical ray focusing in inhomogeneous 
plasma 

ST139 BELYAEV, P.P.; POLYAKOV, S.V.; 

ERMAKOVA, E.N.; ISAEV, S.V. 

Experimental investigations of the ionospheric 
Alfven resonator from electromagnetic noise 
background over the solar cycle 1985-1995 
ST140 BELYAEV, P.P.; SOBCHAKOV, L.A.; 

VASILYEV, A.V.; ASTAKHOVA, N.L.; 

POLYAKOV, S.V.; ISAEV, S.V. 

First test measurements of artificial ULF signals 
at the long distance 1500 km 
ST141 SITNOV, M.L; MALOVA, H.V. 

The role of the electron-to-ion temperature ratio 
and transient electrons in the linear stability of 
the quasi-neutral sheet tearing mode 
ST142 ZOTOV, O.D. 

Self-affine fractal dynamics of the activities of 
the Sun and magnetosphere of the Earth 
ST142A VOLOKITIN, A.S.; KRAFFT, C. 

Nonlinear interaction of whistler waves with a 
modulated thin electron beam 


STS The high-latitude ionosphere and 

magnetosphere: coupling and solar wind 
forcing 

Convener: Woch, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Villain, J.-P. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M6 
Chairperson: Cowley, S.W. 

08:45 POPIELAWSKA, B.; GUSTAFSSON, G.; 

STASIEWICZ, K.; MOZER, F.Z.; RUSSELL, C.T. 
Electric field characteristics of the high latitude 
magnetopause 

09:00 STASIEWICZ, K.; GUSTAFSSON, G.; 
POPIELAWSKA, B. 

Alfvenic structures in the outer cusp 
09:15 PERRY, C.H.; GRANDE, M.; KELLETT, B.J.; 
REES, A.; FENNELL, J.F.; LIVl, S.; FRITZ, T. 
Statistics of cusp and magnetosheath ion populations 
observed with Polar 
09:30 VENNERSTROEM, S. 

Dayside high-altitude irregular magnetic pulsations 
of 2-10 minutes period, and their relationship to the 
solar wind 


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09:45 NEUDEGG, D.A.; FRASER, BJ.; MENK, F.W.; 
BURNS, G.B.; MORRIS, R.J.; UNDERWOOD, MJ. 
Local polar magnetosphere-ionosphere topology 
determined by ULF wave signatures using an Ant¬ 
arctic magnetometer array 

10:00 PROVAN, G.; YEOMAN, T.K.; MILAN, S.E. 
CUTLASS Finland radar observations of the iono¬ 
spheric signatures of flux transfer events and the 
resulting plasma flows 
10:15 JACOBSEN, B.; LYATSKY, W. 

Optical signatures of travelling convection vortex 
events 

10:30 MALKKI, A.M.; KOSKINEN, H.E.J.; 
PULKKINEN, T.L; SANDAHL, L; PETERSON, 
W.K.; BUDNICK, E.YU.; FEDEROV, A. 
Dispersive proton injections at high latitutde, ob¬ 
served by INTERBALL auroral proble on January 
11, 1997 
10:45 BREAK 

Chairperson: Villain, J.-P. 

11:00 SANDHOLT, P.E.; FARRUGIA, C.J.; COWLEY, 

S. W.H. 

Pulsating cusp aurora for northward IMF 
11:15 TAYLOR, J.R.; COWLEY, S.W.H.; YEOMAN, 

T. K.; LESTER, M.; JONES, T.B.; GREENWALD, 
R.A.; SOFKO, G.; VILLAIN, J.-P.; LEPPING, R.P.; 
HAIRSTON, M.R. 

Superdam studies of the ionospheric convection 
response to a northward turning of the interplanetary 
magnetic field (Solicited Paper) 

11:45 GREBOWSKY, J.M.; ERLANDSON, R.E. 

Observed polar cap ionosphere dependence on IMF 
12:00 MAKELA, J.S.; MALKKI, A.; KOSKINEN, H.E.J.; 
BOEHM, M.H.; ELIASSON, L.; HOLBACK, B. 
Particle signatures within mesoscale auroral cavities 
12:15 KHAN, H.; COWLEY, S.W.H. 

Investigation of dayside and nightside ionospheric 
response delays to changes in the IMF conditions 
using simultaneous satellite and EISCAT data 
12:30 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Woch, J. 

14:00 ISRAELEVICH, P.L.; ERSHKOVICH, A.I. 

New method for reconstmction of the polar convec¬ 
tion pattern 

14:15 ANDRE, R.; VILLAIN, J.P.; 

KRASNOSEL’SKIKH, V.; HANUISE, C. 

Superdam observations of small-scale expanding 
stmctures 

14:30 Vn^LAIN, J.P.; ANDRE, R.; HANUISE, C.; 
GRESILLON, D. 

Application of collective wave scattering to 
superdam radars: spatio-temporal evolution of 
turbulence parameters for specific geophysical events 
14:45 WALKER, A.D.M.; PINNOCK, M.; BAKER, K.B.; 
DUDENEY, J.R.; RASH, J.P.S. 

Strong flow bursts in the nightside ionosphere during 
extremely quiet conditions 

15:00 KETTMANN, G.; WOCH, L; MALL, U.; LIVI, S.; 
WILKEN, B.; FRITZ, T.A.; FENNELL, J.F.; 
GRANDE, M. 

Ion composition in the high-latitude nightside 
magnetosphere: a statistical study 


15:15 SCHLEGEL, K.; SCHWENN, R.; WOCH, J. 

The January 1997 CME and its terrestrial impact - 
an example of multi-instrument studies (Solicited 
Paper) 

15:45 OPGENOORTH, H.J. 

Solar wind influence on plasma sheet processes: 
substorm onset and cessation (Solicited Paper) * 
16:15 SAVIN, S.; ZELENYI, L.; BUDNIK, L.; 
BORODKOVA, N.; FEDOROV, A.; NIKOLAEVA, 
N.; NOZDRACHEV, M.; ROMANOV, S.; 
PETRUKOVICH, A.; YERMOLAEV, YU.; 
MUKAI, T.; KAWANO, H.; KOKUBUN, S.; 
LUNDIN, R.; SANDAHL, L; RUSSELL, C.T.; 
MAYNARD, N.; PARKS, G.; AMATA, E.; 
SAFRANKOVA, J.; NEMECEK, Z.; BLECKI, J. 
Boundary layer dynamics and substorms view from 
ISTP spacecraft 

16:30 LEWIS, R.V.; FREEMAN, M.P.; REEVES, G.D. 
The relationship of HF radar backscatter to the 
accumulation of open magnetic flux prior to 
substorm onset 

16:45 STOREY, J.; LESTER, M.; COWLEY, S.W.H.; 
GRANDE, M.; FRITZ, T.A. 

Investigation of substorm-associated features in the 
plasma sheet observed by the Polar satellite 
17:00 ZONG, Q.-G.; WILKEN, B.; WOCH, J.; REEVES, 
G.D.; DOKE, T.; YAMAMOTO, T.; KOKUBUN, 
S.; ULLALAND, S. 

Energetic oxygen beams in the plasmoids with both 
By and Bz bipolar magnetic field signatures 
17:15 DE KEYSER, J.; ROTH, M.; LEMAIRE, J. 

Formation and evolution of SAID in the course of a 
substorm 

17:30 END OF SESSION 


STS The high-latitude ionosphere and 
magnetosphere: coupling and solar wind 
forcing - Poster Session 

Convener: Woch, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Villain, J.-P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:30 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 



ST143 LILENSTEN, J.; GALAND, M.; KOFMAN, 
W.; CATTELL, C.; SIGSBEE, K.; CARLSON, 
C.; MCFADDEN, J; ERGUN, R.; 
STRANGEWAY, R.; PFAFF, R.; BLELLY, P.L. 
Electron-proton precipitation effects on the 
ionosphere during FAST/EISCAT/ESR coordinat¬ 
ed experiments 

ST144 BELENKAYA, E.S. 

High-latitude ionosphere and magnetosphere 
dependent on the solar wind magnetic field 
ST145 FU, S.Y.; WILKEN, B.; ZONG, Q.-G. 

Inner magnetosphere response to the passage of 
heliosphere current sheet 


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217 





ST9 Effects of geomagnetic storms and 
high-energy particle events on the iono¬ 
sphere, thermosphere, and middle atmo¬ 
sphere 

Convener; Lastovicka, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Forster, M. 

Monday, 20 Aprfl 1998 
Lecture Room: M6 
Chairperson: Lastovicka, J. 

09:00 LASTOVICKA, J. 

Introduction 

09:15 FORSTER, M.; JAKOWSKI, N. 

Geomagnetic storm effects on the topside ionosphere 
and plasmasphere (Solicited Paper) 

09:45 MARTINEZ-GARCIA, M.; HERNANDEZ- 
PAJARES, M.; JUAN, J.M.; SANZ, J. 

Obtaining the ionospheric total electron content at 
real-time under high geomagnetic activity conditions 
10:00 HERNANDEZ-PAJARES, M.; JUAN, J.M.; SANZ, 
J. 

Global tomography during ionospheric storms using 
GPS data 

10:15 TRAKHTENGERTS, V.Y. 

Contribution of energetic particle precipitation to the 
subauroral 3D current system and polarisation jet 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson; Lastovicka, J. 

11:00 JIRICEK, F.; KUDELA, K.; SMILAUER, J.; 
STETIAROVA, J.; TITOVA, E. 

Energetic electron precipitation as a signature of cold 
plasma structure near plasmapause 
11:15 DACHEV, TS.P.; TOMOV, B.T.; MATVIICHUK, 
YU.N.; KOLEVA, R.T.; SEMKOVA, J.V.; 
PETROV, V.M.; SHURSHAKOV, VA.; LEMAIRE, 

J. F. 

Study of the trapped radiation dependence by the 
neutral atmosphere variations at the altitude of the 
MIR space station 

11:30 KERR, R.B.; NOTO, J.; SCHNELLER, WJ. 

Low latitude enhancements of exospheric atomic 
hydrogen column abundances following geomagnetic 
storm onset 
11:45 PR6LSS,G.W. 

Ionospheric storms: outstanding problems (Solicited 
Paper) 

12:15 PAVLOV, A.V. 

The role of vibrationally excited oxygen and nitro¬ 
gen on the ionosphere during the undisturbed and 
geomagnetic storm period of 6-12 April 1990 
12:30 MIKHAILOV, A.; SCHLEGEL, K. 

Different physical mechanisms of strong negative 
F2-layer storm effects observed with EISCAT 
12:45 DEL POZO, C.F.; WILLIAMS, P.J.S.; FREEMAN, 

K. S.; SMITH, P.N.; KOSCH, M.; HONARY, F. 
Electrodynamics of auroral arcs during various 
phases of a substorm 

13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Forster, M. 

\ 

14:00 CODRESCU, M.; FULLER-ROWELL, T.J. 

Modelling the effects of geomagnetic storms on the 
ionosphere/thermosphere system (Solicited Paper) 


14:30 ALPEROVICH, L. 

On the sensivitivy of the global current systems to 
the high latitude perturbations 
14:45 MIKHAILOV, A.V.; FORSTER, M.; FOSTER, J.C. 
Some F2-layer effects during Jan 06-11, 1997 cedar 
storm period as observed with the Millstone Hill 
incoherent scatter facility 

15:00 PAVLOV, A.V.; BUONSANTO, M.J.; 
SCHLESIER, A.C.; RICHARDS, P.G. 

Comparison of models and data at Millstone Hill 
during the June 5-11, 1991, storm 
15:15 MLCH, P.; LASTOVICKA, J. 

Geomagnetic storms and total ozone (Solicited 
Paper) 

15:45 SCHLEGEL, K.; FULLEKRUG, M. 

Changes of Schumann-resonance parameters during 
high energy solar particle events 
16:00 END OF SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


ST9 Effects of geomagnetic storms and 
high-energy particle events on the iono¬ 
sphere, thermosphere, and middle atmo¬ 
sphere - Poster Session 

Convener: Lastovicka, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Forster, M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 
Chairperson: Forster, M. 

ST147 NAMGALADZE, A.A.; YURIK, R.YU.; 
FORSTER, M. 

Numerical modelling of the Earth’s upper atmo¬ 
sphere during a geomagnetic storm 
STMS ALMAR, I.; ILLES-ALMAR, E.; BENCZE, P. 

Effect of geomagnetic storms on thermospheric 
neutral density and wave activity 
ST149 BURESOVA, D.; SAULI, P.; MOSERT DE 
GONZALEZ, M. 

FI region electron density profiles during geo¬ 
magnetic storms as measured at Pruhonice 
ST150 FEDULINA, L; KOZIN, I.; SMUSHLYAEV, S. 

Modelling the effects of Forbush decrease in 
galactic cosmic rays on ozone content 
ST151 BOCHNICEK, J.; HEJDA, P.; BUCHA, V.; 
PYCHA, J. 

Temperature-pressure deviations and prevailing 
winds in the N.H. winter troposphere in years of 
high and low geomagnetic activity 
ST152 LIBIN, I.YA.; PEREZ-PERAZA, J.; JAANI, A. 

Effects of geomagnetic storms and atmospheric 
processes 

ST153 SILBERGLEIT, V.M. 

The most geomagnetic disturbed 24-hours 
ST154 MEHAJLOVIC, S.J.; OBRADOVIC, M. 

Structure spectrum variations registrated in 
intensive magnetic storm 


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STIO Ionospheric modelling and predictions 


Convener: Hanbaba, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Zolesi, B. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M6 

Co-sponsored by: FRANCE TELECOM-CNET, Istituto 
Nazionale di Geofisica 
Chairperson: Bourdillon, A. 

Editors: Hanbaba, R.; Zolesi, B. 

14:00 LEITINGER, R. 

sTio-ooi Mapetic field aligned modelling for the upper F 
region and for the plasmasphere 
14:15 LEITINGER, R.; COST 251 TROUGH TASK 
STlO-002 FORCE 

Modelling of the main trough of the F region for 
COST 251 
14:30 PICOT, N. 

STio-003 Doris based ionospheric correction 

14:45 BOURBILLON, A.; DE FRANCESCHI, G.; LE 

STio-004 ROUX, Y. 

Improvements in target ranging by HF radar us in g 
the European ionospheric model prime 
15:00 REINISCH, B.W.; HUANG, X. 
sTio-005 Improving the IRI profile defmition 
15:15 HANBABA, R. 

sTio -006 A regional model of the F-region day-to-day vari¬ 
ability 

15:30 BILITZA, D.; HERNANDEZ-PAJARES, M.; 
sTio-007 JUAN, J.M.; SANZ, J. 

Comparison between IRI and GPS-IGS derived 
electron content during 1991-97: first results 
15:45 ZOLESI, B.; CANDER, LJ.R.; DE FRANCESCHI, 

STlO-008 G. 

A regional ionospheric model for the extended 
European area 

16:00 KOURIS, S.S.; FOTIADIS, D.N.; ZOLESI, B. 
sTio-009 Specifications of the F-region variations for quiet 
and disturbed conditions 

16:15 KUTIEV, L; MUHTAROV, P.; CANDER, L.Rl; 
STIO-OIO LEVY, M.F. 

Short-term prediction of ionospheric parameters 
based on the autocorrelation analysis 
16:30 PULENETS, S.A.; RADICELLA, S.M.; DEPUEV, 
STio-oii V.KH.; ZHANG, M.-L. 

Topside electron density profiles modelling on the 
basis of vertical topside soimding data 
16:45 MIKHAILOV, A. 

sTio -012 Ionospheric index MF2 for monthly median foFj and 
M(3000)F2 modelling and long-term prediction over 
European area 
17:00 END OF PART I 


Attend the Business Meeting of your Section 

Wednesday, 22 April, 12.00-14.00, Lecture Room M8 


STIO Ionospheric modelling and predictions 
- Poster Session 

Convener: Hanbaba, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Zolesi, B. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

Co-sponsored by: FRANCE TELECOM-CNET, Istituto 
Nazionale di Geofisica 
Chairperson: Mikhailov, A.V. 

Editors: Hanbaba, R.; Zolesi, B. 

ST155 TRUHLIK, V.; TRISKOVA, L.; SMILAUER, J. 
sTio -021 Empirical models of electron temperature and 
density in the outer ionosphere for period of 
solar maxima 

ST 156 LEITINGER, R.; HOCHEGGER, G. 

STio -022 Mapping monthly quartiles of ionospheric elec¬ 
tron content and of foFj 

ST157 RUFFINI, G.; CUCURULL, L.; FLORES, A.; 
ST1(MI23 RIUS, A.; SEDO, M.J. 

A PIM-aided Kalman filter for GPS tomography 
of the ionospheric electron content 
ST158 FLECHTNER, F.; BEDRICH, S.; TEUBEL, A. 
sTio4)24 Comparisons of PRARE TEC with TOPEX 
measurements and with ionospheric models 
ST159 SHAGMURATOV, I.L; YAKMOVA, G.A.; 
sTio-025 BARAN, L.W. 

Regional model of TEC from GPS oservations 
ST160 ZAKHAROV, I.G.; TYRNOV, O.F. 
sTio4)26 Short-term critical frequency Variations and their 
predictions in the midlatitude ionospheric F2 
region 

ST161 PUSHKIN, V.F.; FEDORENKO, V.N.; 

sTio4)27 FEDORENKO, YU.P.; TYRNOV, P.F.; 

SHAGIMURATOV, LI. 

Space correction of global models of electron 
number density in the ionosphere by receiving at 
one site signals from low-orbit satellites 
ST162 SCOTTO, C. 

sTio-028 Recent results about the occurrence of FI layer 
ST163 DRAGO, A.; SCOTTO, C.; ZOLESI, B.; 

ST104)29 ZUCCHERETTI, E. 

A test of electron density profiles models based 
on data of the digisonde DPS-4 
ST164 VILA, P.; FLEURY, R. 

STio4)3o Mesoscale structures at equatorial F2 latitudes 
and new oblique HF telecommunications in the 
subsahelain bush areas 

ST165 LITVENE, A.; KOFMAN, W.; CABRIT, B. 
STio4)3i The ion composition measurements and model¬ 
ling at altitudes from 140 to 350 km using 
EISCAT measurements 
ST166 CIRAOLO, L.; SPALLA, P. 
sTio4)32 Latitudional dependence of total electron content 

evaluated by GPS and NNSS observations at 
middle latitudes 

ST167 GASSE, V.; LEMUR, D.; BERTEL, L. 

STio4)33 A 3D ray tracing procedure to study ionospheric 
tilts 

ST168 STANISAWSKA, I. 

STio-034 Comparison of different instantaneous models of 
N(h) rofiles at single location 
ST168A BILGE, A.H.; TULUNAY, Y. 
sTio-035 Semi empirical single station modelling of foFj 
variations: spectral analysis * 



STIO Ionospheric modelling and predictions 
II 

Convener: Hanbaba, R. 

Co-Convener(s): Zolesi, B. 

Friday, 24 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: M6 

Co-sponsored by: FRANCE TELECOM-CNET, Istituto 
Nazionale di Geofisica 
Chairperson: Leitinger, R. 

Editors: Hanbaba, R.; Zolesi, B. 

08:30 BENIGUEL, Y. 

ST 1 M 13 Characterization of ionospheric inhomogeneities a 
comparison between different models 
08:45 BROUSSEAU, C.; PARION, P.; BERTEL, L. 
sTi(W)i 4 Possible use of the LOCAPI ionospheric prediction 
software to digital communications 
09:00 BRUN, E.; SAILLANT, S. 
sTio-()i 5 NOSTRADAMUS skywave radar: a 360 ionospheric 
sounder 

09:15 WU, J.; LI, K.; WANG, X.; SUO, Y. 

ST 10 - 0 I 6 Effects of magnetic activity on the ionospheric 
monthly median value f0F2 
09:30 LAMMING, X.; GANDER, LJ.R. 
sT)o-oi 7 Monthly median ionospheric frequencies prediction 
with neural networks 

09T45 STANISAWSKA, L; GULYAEVA, T.L.; 
sTio -018 HANBABA, R. 

Ionospheric despatch centre in Europe 
10:00 ZERNOV, N.N.; GHEM, V.E.; RADICELLA, S.M. 
ST 1 O- 0 I 9 The effect of the electron density profile variability 
with time on the HF channel scattering function 
10:15 HUAR, A.; SAILLANT, S. 

sTio -020 Viewing ionospheric irregularities with 360 degrees 
azimuthal scanning using OTH radar NOSTRA¬ 
DAMUS 

10:30 END OF SESSION 


STll New results on the dynamics of the 
Earth’s magnetosphere from the 
Interhall muKi-spacecraft missions I 

Convener: Sauvaud, J.-A. 

Co-Convener(s): Zelenyi, L.M. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M2 
Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 SANDAHL, I.; EKLUND, U.; KOSKINEN; H.; 
MLKKI, A.; BUDNICK, EYU. 

PROMICS-3 investigations of plasma entry into the 
magnetosphere 

14:15 EIGES, P.; ZASTENKER, G.; NOZDRACHEV, 
M.; YERMOLAEV, YU.; SAFRANKOVA, J.; 
NEMECEK, Z. 

Fast variations of ion flux and IMF in the Earth’s 
foreshock region: INTERBALL-1 and MAGION-4 

T¥l ^ d Cl 1 T*A tn p n f c 

14:30 BORODKOVA, N.; KOKUBUN, S.; LEPPING, 

R.P., LIN, R.; MUKAI, T.; NEMECEK, Z.; OWEN, 

C. ; PARKS, G.; PHAN, T.; ROMANOV, S.; 
SAFRANKOVA, J.; SAUVAUD, J.-A.; SIBECK, 

D. G.; SCHWARTZ, S.; SINGER, H.; SZABO, A.; 
TAKAHASHI, K.; ZASTENKER, G. 

The large amplitude wave on the dayside MP 


14:45 BUDNICK, E.; SHEVELEVA, E.; FEDOROV, A.; 
BORODKOVA, N.; SCALSKY, A. 

Structure and properties of entry layer under differ¬ 
ent orientation of interplanetary magnetic field 
15:00 FEDOROV, A.; DUBININ, E.; SONG, P.; 
BUDNICK, E.; SCALSKY, A. 

Structure of the flank magnetopause for horizontal 
IMF: INTERBALL observations 
15:15 SKALSKY, A.; FEDOROV, A.; NOZDRACHEV, 
M.; ZELENYI, L.; NEMECEK, Z.; 
SAFRANKOVA, J. 

Rotational waves at the flank magnetopause 
15:30 SAVIN, S.; ZELENYI, L.; BUDNIK, E.; 
BORODKOVA, N.; FEDOROV, A.; KLIMOV, S.; 
NIKOLAEVA, N.; ROMANOV, S.; SKALSKY, A.; 
YERMOLAEV, Y.; ROMANOV, V.; SANDAHL, 

I. ; SAUVAUD, J.A.; SAFRANKOVA, J.; 
NEMECEK, Z.; TRISKA, P.; RUSSELL, C.T.; 
ZHOU, X.; AMATA, E.; FEDDER, A.; 
URQUHART, A.; FUSELIER, S.; RAUCH, J.L.; 
BLECKI, J.; JOCHNIEWICZ, J. 

The cusp/magnetosheath connection: magnetopause 
identation and turbulent boundary effects 
15:45 DUBOULOZ, N.; MALINGRE, M.; BERTHELIER, 

J. -J.; DELCOURT, D.; GALPERIN, Y.; 
CHUGUNIN, D.; MULARCHIK, T.; ZININ, L. 
Analysis of 3D ion distributions observed by 
Interball AP in the cleft ion fountain 

16:00 SAUVAUD, J.A.; POPESCU, D.; PARKS, G.K., 
BRITTNACHER, M.; DELCOURT, D.; PERRAUT, 

S.; KOVRAZHKIN, R.A. 

INTERBALL and POLAR correlated measurements 
of velocity dispersed ions inside auroral surges 
16:15 YAHNIN, A.G. 

Substorms and pseudo-breakups as seen from coordi¬ 
nated Interball, Geotail, LANL, and ground-based 
observations 
16:30 END OF PART I 


STll New results on the dynamics of the 
Earth’s magnetosphere from the 
Interball mufii-spacecraft missions II 

Convener: Sauvaud, J.-A. 

Co-Convener(s): Zelenyi, L.M. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: N.N. 

09:00 BOSINGER, T.; SERGEEV, V.A.; YAHNIN, A.G.; 
KORNILOV, I.A.; PELLINEN, R.J.; PULKINEN, 

T.I.; BORODKOVA, N.L.; lUTSENKO, V.N.; 
NOZDRACHEV, M.M.; PROKHORENKO, V.L; 
SKALSKY, A.A.; SAUVAUD, J.-A.; KUDELAV, 

K.; SLIVKA, M.; SARRIS, E.T.; MILLING, D. 
Plasmasheet response to multiple substorm 
acitvations 

09:15 JACQUEY, C.; ROUQUETTE, S; SAUVAUD, 
J.A.; POPESCU, D.; REME, H.; KLIMOV, S.L; 
ROMANOV, S.A.; LEPPING, R.P.; SIBECK, D.G.; 
WILLIAMS, D.J.; MCENTIRE, R.W.; KOKUBUN, 
S. 

Large scale dynamics of the magnetotail during 
substorm expansion: Interball, Geotail, IMP-8 
observations 


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09:30 YERMOLAEV, YU.L; BORODKOVA, N.L.; 
BUDNIK, E.YU.; CHUGUNIN, D.V.; FEDOROV, 
A.O.; GALPERIN, YU.L; KOVRAZHKIN, R.A.; 
LUTSENKO, V.N.; MOGILEVSKY, M.M.; 
NOZDRACHEV, M.N.; PETRUKOVICH, A.A.; 
PISSARENKO, N.F.; ROMANOV, S.A.; SAVIN, 

S. P.; SAUVAUD, J.-A.; SKALSKY, A.A.; 
SMIRNOV, V.N.; STEPANOV, V.A.; ZELENYI, 

L. M. 

INTERBALL dual-spacecraft observations of serie of 
substorms on December 22-23, 1997 
09:45 SMETS, R.; DELCOURT, D.C.; SAUVAUD, J.A. 
Evolution of the electron pitch angle distributions 
during dipolarization phase of substorms observed by 
INTERBALL-TAIL 

10:00 HANASZ, J.; SCHREIBER, R.; DE FERAUDY, 
H.; PERRAUT, S.; LEFEUVRE, F.; SAUVAUD, 
J.A.; DUBOULOZ, N.; MOGILEVSKY, M.M.; 
ROMANTSOVA, T.V. 

Observations of the AKR at the entries into the 
nightside auroral region from Interball-2 
10:15 PERRAUT, S.; ROUX, A.; DUBOULOZ, N.; 
SAUVAUD, J.A.; POPESCU, D.; MOGILEVSKY, 

M. 

ULF waves observed in the auroral region by the 
Interball auroral probe 

10:30 LEFEUVRE, F.; PARROT, M.; RAUCH, J.L. 
HANASZ, J.; SCHREIBER, R.; MOGILEVSKY, 

M. ; DE FERAUDY, H.; SAUVAUD, J.A.; 
DUBOULOZ, N. 

AKR and associated events: first Interball 2 results 
on propagation characteristics 
10:45 CHUGUNIN, D.V.; GALPERIN, YU.L; 
MULIARCHIK, T.M.; ZININ, L.V.; DUBOULOZ, 

N. ; BERTHELIER, J.-J.; MALINGRE, M. 
Distribtuion functions of the thermal IT, He^ and O^ 
ions in different zones of the magnetospehre 

11:00 EKLUND,U. 

Plasma composition in the outer high latitude 
magnetosphere 

11:15 MOGILEVSKY, M.; PARROT, M.; RAUCH, J.L.; 
PERRAUT, S.; SAUVAUD, J.A.; KOVRAZHKIN, 
R.; JIRICEK, F.; TRISKA, P.; PETROV, V.; 
BOSINGER, T.; RIETVELD, M.; ROMANTSOVA, 

T. ; RUSANOV, A. 

Observation of electromagnetic field and plasma in 
the magnetosphere above Tromso HF heating facility 
11:30 LUTSENKO, V.N.; KUDELA, K. 

Almost monoenergetic ions near the Earth’s 
magnetosphere boundaries (Poster) 

11:35 PISSARENKO, N.; LUTSENKO, V.; 
BORODKOVA, N.; BUDNICK, E.; MOROZOVA, 
E.; MOSZHUKHINA, A.; PETRUKOVITCH, A.; 
ROMANOV, S.; SANDAHL, L; SAVIN, S.; 
YERMOLAEV, YU. 

Observations of energetic particles injection at 
Interball-Tail probe during substorms in October 22- 
23, November 14-15 and December 22, 1996 
11:50 END OF SESSION 
12:00 Business Meetings 


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STll New results on the dynamics of the 
Earth’s magnetosphere from the 
Interball multi-spacecraft missions - 
Poster Session 

Convener: Sauvaud, J.-A. 

Co-Convener(s): Zelenyi, L.M. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

ST181 LUTSENKO, V.N.; KUDELA, K. 

Almost monoenergetic ions near the Earth’s 
magnetosphere boundaries 

ST182 YERMOLAEV, YU.L; ZASTENKER, G.N.; 
BORODKOVA, N.L.; KOVRAZHKIN, R.A.; 
NIKOLAEVA, N.S.; NEMECEK, Z.; 
NOZDRACHEV, M.N.; SAFRANKOVA, J.; 
SAUVAUD, J.-A.; SKALSKY, A.A.; ZELENYI, 
L.M. 

Magnetosphere response to magnetic clouds: 
INTERBALL multi-satellite observations 
ST183 NEMECEK, Z.; SAFRANKOVA, J.; PRECH, 
L.; ZASTENKER, G.N.; NOZDRACHEV, M.N.; 
PAULARENA, K.I.; KUDELA, K. 

Variations of the magnetosheath flow 
ST184 SAFRANKOVA, J.; NEMECEK, Z.; PRECH, 

L. ; ZASTENKER, G.; NIKOLAEVA, N.; 
SKALSKY, A.; SIBECK, D. 

Flank magnetopause position and its variations 
ST185 FEDOROV, A.; FEDDER, J.A.; BUDNICK, E.; 

RUSSELL, C.T.; SCALSKY, A.; SAVIN, S. 
High latitude magnetopause in the vicinity of 
cusp dining strong northward IMF. Evidence for 
reconnection 

ST186 MERKA, J.; SAFRANKOVA, J.; NEMECEK, 
Z.; SANTOLIK, O.; FEDOROV, A.; 
BORODKOVA, N.; SAVIN, S.; SKALSKY, A.; 
ROMANOV, S. 

The strcuture of the cusp-magnetospheath inter¬ 
face under different solar wind conditions 
ST187 NIKUTOWSKI, B.; BUCHNER, J.; KUSKA, 
J.-P.; KLIMOV, S.; ROMANOV, S.; SAVIN, S. 
Investigation of a possible longitudinal variation 
of reconnection signatures using Interball-1 data 
ST188 AMATA, E.; KLIMOV, S.; NOZDRACHEV, 

M. ; ROMANOV, S.; SAVIN, S.; SKALSKY, A.; 
PETRUKOVICH, A.; ROMANOV, V.; BLECKI, 
J.; JUCHNIEWICZ, J.; BUECHNER, J.; 
NIKUTOWSKI, B.; IVCHENKO, V.; 
KOREPANOV, V.; RAUCH, J.L.; 
TROTIGNON, J.G.; PARROT, M.; GUARD, R.; 
RUSTENBACH, J.; TRISKA, P.; VOiTA, J. 
Waves and fields as tracers of solar wind energy 
input to the magnetosphere; Interball-1 results 

ST189 BUDNICK, E.; BORODKOVA, N.; 

CHUGUNIN, D.; FEDOROV, A.; GALPERIN, 
YU.; KOSKINNEN, H.; KOVRASHKIN, R.; 
LUTSENKO, V.; MOGILEVSKY, M.; 
PETRUKOVITCH, A.; PISSARENKO, N.; 
ROMANTSOVA, T.; SANDAHL, I.; 
SAUVAUD, J.-A.; SERGEEV, V.; SKALSKY, 
A.; STEPANOV, V.; YERMOLAEV, YU.; 
ZASTENKER, G.; ZELENYI, L. 

Strong storm on October 22, 1996: multispace¬ 
craft study 


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ST190 YERMOLAEV, YU.I.; MIFTAHOVA, E.G.; 
PROKHORENKO, V.I.; ZELENYI, L.M. 

The plasma sheet asymmetry as function of IMF 
Bz and By: tail probe observations 
ST191 BORODKOVA, N.L.; BUDNICK, E.YU.; 
GALPERIN, YU.I.; KOVRAZHKIN, R.A.; 
NOZDRACHEV, M.N.; PISSARENKO, N.F.; 
ROMANOV, SA.; SAUVAUD, J.-A.; 
SERGEEV, V.; SKALSKY, AA.; SMIRNOV, 
V.N.; VLADIMIROVA, GA.; ZASTENKER, 
G.N.; ZELENYI, L.M. 

Multi-satellite observations of the substorm 
dynamics during the event on November 14, 
1996 

ST192 KOPERSKI, P.; SAUVAUD, J.-A.; SMETS, R.; 
DELCOURT, D.; ROMANOV, S.; 
BORODKOVA, N. 

Observations of electron pitch angle distributions 
in the nightside magnetosphere for different 
phases of a substorm 

ST192A BLECKI, J.; KOSSACKI, K.; WRONOWSKI, 
R.; NEMECEK, Z.; SAFRANKOWA, J.; 
SAVIN, S.; SAUVAUD, J.A.; ROMANOV, S.; 
JUCHNIEWICZ, J.; KLIMOV, S.; TRISKA, P.; 
SMILAUER, J.; SMUNEK, J. 

VLF plasma wave observations in the polar cusp 
onboard MAGlON-4 Interball-1 subsatellite 
ST192B MALINGRE, M.; DUBOULOZ, N.; 
BERTHELIER, J.J.; GALPERIN, Y.; 
CHUGUNIN, D.; MULARCHIK, T.; ZININ, L.; 
SAUVAUD, J.A. 

Signatures of the soft electron precipitation 
region at the poleward boundary of the nightside 
auroral oval: INTERBALL AP observations 
ST192C SANTOLIK, O.; SAFRANKOVA, J.; 
NEMECEK, Z.; PRECH, L. 

Statistical study of particle fluxes in the 
magnetosphere 

ST192D KOVRAZHKIN, R.A.; SAUVAUD, J.-A.; 
DELCOURT, D.C. 

Gaps in the ion spectra in the inner 
magnetosphere 

ST192E VESELOV, M.V.; GALPERIN, YU.L.; 
AFONIN, V.V.; TORICAR, K.; RIEDLER, W.; 
PEDERSEN, A.; PERRAUT, S. 

On the Interball-2 electric potential 


ST12 Theory and simulations of solar sys¬ 
tem plasmas 1 

Convener: Buchner, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Belmont, G. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M8 
Chairperson: Belmont, G. 

09:00 SCHINDLER, K. 

Nonlinear dynamics aspects of magnetospheric 
activity (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 WIECHEN, H. 

New aspects of plasma sheet dynamic: MHD and 
kinetic theory (Solicited Paper) 

10:00 BtiCHNER, J.; KUSKA, J.-P. 

Substorm onset as a transition to globally coherent 
reconnection 

10:15 KUSKA, J.-P.; BUCHNER, J. 

PIC-code studies of reconnection in two and three 
dimensions 


10:30 LAPENTA, G.; BRACKBILL, J.U. 

Three dimensional study of reconnection in the 
Earth’s magnetotail 
10:45 BREAK 

Chairperson: Schindler, K. 

11:15 CHANTEUR,G. 

The stability of thin current layers form 
bidimensional hybrid simulations (Solicited Paper) 
11:45 SCHOLER, M.; KUCHAREK, H.; TERASAWA, 
T. 

Injection and acceleration of pickup ions at inter¬ 
planetary shocks (Solicited Paper) 

12:15 MANN, G. 

Electron acceleration at shock waves in the 
heliosphere (Solicited Paper) 

12:45 SALEM, C.; MANGENEY, A. 

Vlasov simulations of very weak double layers; 
application to the solar wind 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Bingham, R. 

14:00 DELCOURT, D.C. 

Nongyrotropic ion distributions in the near-Earth 
magnetotail (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 CHAPMAN, S.C.; ROWLANDS, G.;YNNERMAN, 
A.; TSALAS, M. 

Stochasticity and trapping in single particle dynamics 
in slow and fast varying reversals (Solicited Paper) 
15:00 BUCHNER, J.; KUSKA, J.-P.; WILKEN, B.; 
ZONG, Q. 

Remote determination of reconnection parameters by 
the energetic H^, He^ and O^ ion spectra 
15:15 IP, W.-H. 

Saturn’s thermal plasma and neutral cloud-ring 
complex (Solicited Paper) 

15:45 MONCUQUET, M.; MEYER-VERNET, N.; 
HOANG, S. 

Modelling collisionless plasma near a potential well: 
the examples of the lo plasma torus 
16:00 MAZELLE, C.; BELMONT, G.; CAO, J.B. 

Stationary nongyrotropy near comets (Solicited 
Paper) 

16:30 END OF PART I 


ST12 Theory and simulations of solar sys¬ 
tem plasmas - Poster Session 

Convener: Buchner, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Belmont, G. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 

Authors in Attendance; Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 

Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

ST211 HEINEMANN, M.; ERICKSON, G.M. 

Field-aligned currents and parallel electric fields 
in the plasma sheet boundary layer 
ST212 BUCKLEY, A.M.; GOUGH, M.P.; MOUIKIS, 
C.G.; CHAPMAN, S.C.; ALLEYNE, H.; 
YEARBY, K.H.; WATKINS, N.W. 
Wave-particle interactions to be measured by 
Cluster: modelling the DWP particle correlator 
ST213 SAUER, K.; DUBININ, E.; BAUMGARTEL, 
K.; TARASOV, V. 

Low-frequency electromagnetic waves caused by 
small-scale bio-ion interaction 


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ST214 ROTH, I.; TEMERIN, M.; HUDSON, M.; 
REEVES, G. 

Resonant enhancement of relativistic electron 
fluxes in geomagnetic storms 
ST215 WODNICKA, E.B. 

Solar wind - Earth magnetospheric coupling 
ST216 WIIK, J.E.; SCHMIEDER, B.; SIMNETT, G. 

Relationship between CME and prominence 
ST217 CHUST, T.; LE QUEAU, D. 

Kinetic model of Alfven wave light-ion 
gyroresonance heating 


ST12 Theory and simulations of solar sys¬ 
tem plasmas II 


Convener: Buchner, J. 

Co-Convener(s): Belmont, G. 

Friday, 24 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: M8 
Chairperson: Delcourt, D. 

09:00 MOTSCHMANN, U.; GLASSMEffiR, K.-H. 

Concerning nongyrotropic particle distributions in 
space plasmas (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 BRINCA, A. 

Stability of stationary and time-varying nongyro¬ 
tropic particle distributions (Solicited Paper) * 
10:00 BINGHAM, R.; SHAPIRO, V.; DAWSON, J.M.; 
KELLETT, BJ. 

Solar wind interaction with cometary plasmas: 
consequences for the problem of the cometary X-ray 
emission (Solicited Paper) 

10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Delcourt, D. 

11:00 FARIA JR.; R.T.; SHUKLA, P.K.; MIRZA, A.M. 
Nonlinear Alfven waves in multi-ion plasmas (Solic¬ 
ited Paper) 

11:30 STASIEWICZ, K. 

Kinetic/inertial Alfven waves in the Earth’s 
magnetosphere (Solicited Paper) 

12:00 GENOT, V.; LOUARN, P.; LEQUEAU,.D. 

Small scale density gradients as preferential sites for 
the dissipation of Alfven wave poynting flux 
12:15 VOM ENDT, A.; SCHLEGEL, K. 

Implicit PIC simulations of the Farley-Buneman 
instability 

12:30 REZEAU, L.; BELMONT, G.; REBERAC, F. 

Resonant amplification of magnetosheath waves at 
magnetopause: magnetic field effects 
12:45 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Buchner, J. 

14:00 AXFORD, W.I.; MCJCENZIE, J. 

Heating of the solar corona (Solicited Paper) * 
14:30 PRIEST, E.R.; GALSGAARD, K. 

Heating the solar corona by magnetic reconnection 
(Solicited Paper) * 

15:00 BREUS, T.K.; KRYMSKII, A.M.; BOJSKOV, D.I.; 
AXFORD, W.I. 

Two-dimensional models of the coronal magnetic 
field 


15:15 INNES, D. 

Simulation of small-scale explosive events on the 
Sun * 

15:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Buchner, J. 

16:00 TRAKHTENGERTS, V.Y. 

A new mechanism of a solar flare (Solicited Paper) 
16:30 LEMAIRE, J.F. 

Convective instability in the outer plasmasphere 
(Solicited Paper) 

17:00 KRASNOSELSKIKH, V.; LEFEBVRE, B. 

Statistical properties of amplitudes and phases in the 
ensemble of interacting waves (Solicited Paper) 
17:30 BERTHOMIER, M.; POTTELETTE, R.; 
TREUMANN, R. 

Parametric study of kinetic Alfven solitons in a two 
electron temperature plasma 

17:45 TUR, A.V.; MAURICE, S.; BLANC, M.; 
YANOVSKY, V.V. 

Exact and approximative solutions of the plasma 
equilibrium within the magnetic field of a punctual 
dipole 

18:00 SOMOV, B.V. 

Theory and simulation of 3D reconnection in solar 
18:15 END OF SESSION 


ST13 The Sun: SOHO and related results 
.1 Plasma diagnosis of the solar atmo¬ 
sphere by ^oton spectroscopy and 
remote particle measurements I 

Convener: Hilchenbach, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Hansteen, V. 

Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M5 
Chairperson: Hansteen, V. 

14:00 AXFORD, W.I. 

Coronal heating and the origin of the fast solar wind 
(Solicited Paper) 

14:30 LEER, E. 

Solar wind theory - in light of recent observations 
(Solicited Paper) 

15:00 MANN, G.; CLASSEN, H.-T.; AURASS, H.; 
KLASSEN, A.; KUNOW, H.; DROGE, W. 

Highly energetic electrons accelerated by coronal 
shock waves 

15:15 KLECKER, B.; MOBIUS, E.; BOGDANOV, A.T.; 
HOVESTADT, D.; KISTLER, L.M.; POPECKI, 
M.A.; LUND, E.J.; HEIRTZLER, D. 

Temperature of the source region as derived fi-om 
high resolution ionic charge measurements with 
SEPICA/ACE 

15:30 BOTHMER, V.; ST. CYR, C.; CLASSEN, H.-T; 
POSNER, A.; HOWARD, R.A.; KUNOW, H.; 
MANN, G.; MULLER-MELLIN, R.; WIBBERENZ, 
G. 

Electron acceleration in the onset phase of coronal 
mass ejections: implications for the structure of the 
solar corona from observations of the SOHO space¬ 
craft and ground based radiowave measurements 
15:45 SPADARO, D. 

SOHO observations of the outer solar atmosphere: 
status and prospects (Solicited Paper) 


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16:15 WILHELM, K.; MARSCH, E.; DWIVEDI, B.N.; 
HASSLER, D.M.; LEMAIRE, P.; GABRIEL, A.; 
HUBER, M.C.E. 

The solar corona above polar coronal holes seen by 
SUMER on SOHO 

16:30 MARSCH, E.; TU, C.-Y.; WILHELM, K.; CURDT, 
W. 

Ion temperatures in a solar polar coronal hole 
observed by SUMER on SOHO 
16:45 POLETTO, G.; UVCS TEAM 

UVCS observations of polar regions 
17:00 ORLANDO, S.; PERES, G. 

Effects of plasms flows confined in coronal loops on 
SOHO observations 
17:15 END OF PART I 


ST13 The Sun: SOHO and related results 
.1 Plasma diagnosis of the solar atmo¬ 
sphere hy j^oton spectroscopy and 
remote particle measurements II 

Convener: Hilchenbach, M. 

Co-Convener(s): Hansteen, V. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M5 
Chairperson: Spadaro, D. 

09:00 HIBBERT, A. 

The provision of atomic data and estimations of 
accuracy (Solicited Paper) 

09:30 BODMER, R. 

The electron temperature in the solar corona and 
charge states in the solar wind (Solicited Paper) 
10:00 AELLIG, M.R.; BOCHSLER, P.; GRUNWALDT, 
H.; HEFTI, S.; WURZ, P.; HILCHENBACH, M.; 
HOVESTADT, D.; IPAVICH, F.M.; GLIEM, F. 
The influence of suprathermal electrons on the 
derivation of coronal electron temperatures from 
solar wind minor ion charge state spectra obtained 
from SOHO/CELIAS/CTOF 
10:15 BOCHSLER, P.; BODMER, R. 

Isotope fractionation processes in the solar wind 
10:30 KALLENBACH, R.; IPAVICH, F.M.; 
KUCHAREK, H.; BOCHSLER, P.; GEISS, J.; 
GLIEM, F.; GLOECKLER, G.; GALVIN, A.B.; 
GRUNWALDT, H.; HILCHENBACH, M.; 
HOVESTADT, D. 

Solar wind isotopic abundance ratios of Ne, Mg, and 
Si measured by SOHO/CELIAS/MTOF as diagnostic 
tool for the inner solar corona 
10:45 GRUNWALDT, H.; HILCHENBACH, M.; 
MARSCH, E.; BOCHSLER, P. 

The search with CELIAS/CTOF for O^^ as a solar 
wind constituent 

11:00 WURZ, P.; IPAVICH, F.M.; BOCHSLER, P.; 
AELLIG, M.R.; HEFTI, S.; KALLENBACH, R.; 
GALVIN, A.B.; GRUNWALDT, H.; 
HILCHENBACH, M. 

The silicon, oxygen, and iron abundance in the solar 
wind 

11:15 HEFI, S.; BOCHSLER, P.; GRUNWALDT, H.; 
AELLIG, M.R.; IPAVICH, F.M.; HILCHENBACH, 
M.; WURZ, P.; HOVENSTADT, D. 

Kinetic properties of oxygen, silicon, and iron ions 
measured with SOHO/CELIAS 
11:30 END OF SUB-SESSION 
12:00 Business Meetings 


ST13 The Sun: SOHO and related results 
.2 Multi-wavelength observations of 
solar atmospheric structure, evolu¬ 
tion and eruptions I 

Convener: Harrison, RA. 

Co-Convener(s): Delaboudiniere, J.-P. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M5 
Chairperson: Harrison, RA. 

14:00 MACPHERSON K.P.; JORDAN, C. 

Studies of helium line formation in the solar transi¬ 
tion region based on SOHO JOP 62 
14:15 JORDAN, S.; ANDRETTA, V.; GARCIA, A. 

A lower limit on nonthermal velocities of quiet-Sun 
He II ions 

14:30 WIKSTOL, O.; HANSTEEN, V.H.; MALTBY, P.; 
KJELDSETH-MOE, O.; JUDGE, P.G.; WILHELM, 
K.; TARBELL, T.D. 

Time variations and dynamics of the quiet Sun 
transition region 

14:45 IP, W.-H.; DAMMASCH, I.E.; WILHELM, K.; 
TARBELL, T.D. 

Correlative study of coronal and transition region 
emission patterns with the magnetic field structure 
using SOHO observations (Solicited Paper) 

15:15 HARRISON, R.A. 

Quiet Sun transient activity: blinkers, explosive 
events and the magnetic carpet 
15:30 BRYNILDSEN, N.; BREKKE, P.; HAUGAN, 
S.V.H.; KJELDSETH-MOE, O.; MALTBY, P.; 
WIKSTOL, O. 

Bright EUV sunspot plumes exist 
15:45 ALETTI, V.; BOCCHIALINI, K.; VIAL, J.C. 

Multi-wavelength analysis of intensity distribution in 
bright points 

16:00 PATZOLD, M.; BIRD, M.K. 

Polar plumes and fine-scale coronall structures - on 
the interpreation of coronal radio sounding data 
16:15 ARTZNER, G. 

Four wavelengths 3D geometry of solar structures 
16:30 END OF PART I 


ST13 The Sun: SOHO and related results 
.2 Multi-wavelength observations of 
solar atmospheric structure, evolu¬ 
tion and eruptions - Poster Session 

Convener: Harrison, R A. 

Co-Convener(s): Delaboudiniere, J.-P. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Wednesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

ST219 GARCIA, A.; JORDAN, S.; BROSIUS, J.; 
ANDRETTA, V. 

Observational support for "velocity redistribu¬ 
tion" of the He II ions 

ST220 BREKKE, P.; THOMPSON, W.T.; WOODS, 
T.; EPARVIER, F. 

The EUV solar irradiance spectrum observed 
with CDS on SOHO 
ST222 VERNETA, A.I. 

Three dimensional magnetic reconnection in a 
light of XUV lines analysis 


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ST13 The Sun: SOHO and related results 
.2 Multi-wavelength observations of 
solar atmospheric structure, evolu¬ 
tion and eruptions II 

Convener: Harrison, R.A. 

Co-Convener(s): Delaboudiniere, J.-P. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M5 
Chairperson: Harrison, R.A. 

09:00 LANG, K.R.; WILLSON, R.F. 

VLA and SOHO observations of solar activity 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:30 KJELDSETH-MOE, O.; BREKKE, P.; HAUGAN, 
S.V.H.; WIKSTOL, O. 

Rapid time variation and strong dynamics of loops 
in active regions 

09:45 BREKKE, P.; BRYNE.DSEN, N.; KJELDSETH- 
MOE, O.; MALTBY, P.; WILHELM, K. 

Multiple flows in the active region NOAA 7995 
10:00 BREAK 

Chairperson: Harrison, R.A. 

10:45 VAN DRIEL-GESZTELYI, L.; SCHMIEDER, B.; 
MARTENS, P.C.H.; ZARRO, D.; DEFOREST, C.; 
THOMPSON, B.; AULANIER, G.; DEMOULIN, P.; 
STCYR, C.; KUCERA, T.; BURKEPILE, J.T.; 
WHITE, O.R.; HANAOKA, Y.; NITTA, N.; MEIN, 
P.; MALHERBE, J.M. 

Ground-based and space-based multi-instrument 
observations of the disparition brusque and CME 
activity of 25/26 September 1996 (Solicited Paper) 
11:15 ANDREWS, M.D.; STRACHAN, L.; RAYMOND, 
J.C.; FINESCHI, S.; O’NEAL, R.; KOHL, J.L.; 
MORRIL, J.S.; HOWARD, R.A.; MODIGLIANI, 
A.; NOCI, G.; BIESECKER, D.A.; SCHWENN, R.; 
LAMY, P.L. 

LASCO and UVCS observations and characterization 
of streamer CME on 13-14 August 97 
11:30 STRACHAN, L.; RAYMOND, J.C.; FINESCHI, S.; 
O’NEAL, R.; KOHL, J.L.; MODIGLIANI, A.; 
NOCI, G.; ANDREWS, M.D.; MORRIL, J.S.; 
HOWARD, R.A. 

Comparison of outflow velocity determinations with 
UVCS and LASCO for the coronal mass ejection jof 
13-14 August 1997 

11:45 INNES, D.E.; INHESTER, B.; HARRISON, R.; 
MATTHEWS, S.; NOENS, J.C.; SCHMIEDER, B. 
Observations of an erupting prominence 
12:00 DELANNEE, C.; DELABOUDINIERE, J.P. 

Classification of coronal mass ejections in regards to 
the SOHO new view 

12:15 HASSLER, D.M.; DAMMASCH, I.; LEMAIRE, P.; 
WILHELM, K. 

Solar coronal hole outflow velocities and the chro¬ 
mospheric network * 

12:30 PICK, M.; MAIA, D.; HOWARD, R.; LAMY, P.; 
SCHWENN, R. 

Coronal mass ejections and large scale structure of 
the corona * 

12:45 KUZHEVSKIJ, B.M.; TROITSKAIA, E.V. 

Absorption of gamma-rays and diagnosis of solar 
plasma density altitude profile from the time depen- 
I dence of solar flare gamma-line 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


ST14 Solar imprints in terrestrial archives 
(co-sponsored by OA) 

Convener: Cini-Castagnoli, G. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M4 
Chairperson: N.N. 

14:00 SVENSMARK, H. 

Earth’s cloud cover and cosmic ray flux variations 
14:15 BEER, J.; MASARIK, J. 

Reconstruction of the solar activity based on the 
analysis of cosmogenic radionuclides in ice cores 
14:30 CHARVATOVA, I. 

The basic 180-yr and 2200-yr cycles in the solar 
motion 

14:45 CECCHINI, S.; GALLI, M.; NANNI, T.; 
PAGLIARIN, A. 

Results of cyclogram analysis of El Nino occurrenc¬ 
es to search for possible phase relationship with 
solar activity 

15:00 CINI-CASTAGNOLI, G.; BERNASCONI, S.; 
BONING, G.; DELLA MONICA, P.; TARICCO, C. 
Solar variability imprinted in the 8'®0 time series of 
a shallow water Mediterranean core 
15:15 MORNER, N.-A. 

Solar wind variations and terrestrial responses 
15:30 END OF SESSION 


ST15 Atmospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 

.1 Modelling and validation with satel¬ 
lite data I 

Convener: Vardavas, I.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Taylor, F.W. 

Wednesday, 22 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: Taylor, F.W. 

Editors: Taylor, F.W.; Vardavas, I.M. 

14:00 KANAKIDOU, M.; DENTENER, F.J.; BERNSTEN, 
STI5.1- T.K.; COLLINS, W.J.; HAUGLUSTAINE, D.A.; 

(K)i HOUWELING, S.; ISAKSEN, I.; KROL, M.; 
LAWRENCE, J.G.; MULLER, j.F.; POISSON, N.; 
ROELOFS, G.J.; WANG, Y.; WAUBEN, W.M.F.; 
LEVY, C. 

3-D global simulations of tropospheric O 3 budget - 
results of the GIM/IGAC intercomparison 1997 
exercise (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 CLERBAUX, C.; HAUGLUSTAINE, D.; MILLER, 
ST15.I- J.F.; GRANIER, C. 

(102 Tropospheric ozone and its precursors: IMG mea¬ 
surements and atmospheric models 
14:45 I^IGHT, J.R.; AUSTIN, J.; BUTCHART, N. 
ST15.1- Simulation of stratospheric constituents in a unified 
(x )3 climate/forecast model 

15:00 LEVELT, P.F.; KHATTATOV, B.V.; TIE, X.X.; 
STI5.1- BRASSEUR, G.P.; GILLE, J.C.; KELDER, H. 

(KM Assimilation of the UARS/MLS ozone measurements 
in a 3-D stratospheric chemistry transport model 
15:15 BLAISON, D.; KARCHER, F. 

ST15.1- Inversion of ozone profiles from high resolution 
(x )5 IASI spectra 

15:30 NOEL, S.; BOVENSMANN, H.; BURROWS, J.P.; 
ST15.1- FRERICK, J.; CHANCE, K.V.; GOEDE, A.H.P. 

(XM Global atmospheric monitoring with SCIAMACHY 
(Solicited Paper) 


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16:00 VARDAVAS, I.M.; VLASTOU, G. 

sTis.i- The role of water vapour photodissociation on 

007 mesopause ozone 

16:15 BRUHL, CH.; INGHAM, T. 

STIS.I- Effect of HOBr on catalytic destruction of ozone in 
008 the lower stratosphere of midlatitudes, model studies 
initialized with UARS/HALOE data 
16:30 BARON, PH.; RICAUD, PH.; DE LA NOE, J. 
sTis.i- Measiuement of middle atmospheric trace gases 
009 from the sub-millimeter radiometer instrument 
aboard the Odin satellite 
16:45 PUTZ, K; PFISTER, G. 

STIS.I- Sensitivity of photolysis rates J(0,D) and J(N02) to 
010 different atmospheric conditions 
17:00 END OF PART I 


ST15 Atmospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 
OA) 

.1 Modelling and validation with satel¬ 
lite data II 

Convener: Vardavas, I.M. 

Co-Convener(s): Taylor, F.W. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: Vardavas, I.M. 

Editors: Taylor, F.W.; Vardavas, I.M. 

08:30 GUIRLET, M.; KECKHUT, P.; GODIN, S.; 

STIS.I- MEGIE, G. 

on Long-term monitoring of stratospheric ozone at the 
Observatoire de Haute-Provence using ground-based 
and satellite instruments (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 ESKES, H.J.; PITERS, A.J.M.; LEVELT, P.F.; 
STIS.I- ALLAART, M.A.F. 

012 Variational assimilation of ozone total column 
satellite data in a 2D lat-lon tracer-transport model 
09:15 TEYSSEDRE, H.; DE RUDDER, A.; LEFEVRE, 
STIS.I- F.; SIMON, P. 

013 Climatology of the REPROBUS Chemistry-Transport 

Model coupled to the ARPEGE General Circulation 
Model 

09:30 JAMES, P.M. 

STIS.I- The wind field structure around ozone mini-holes: a 

014 Lagrangian perspective 

09:45 DAMERIS, M.; GREWE, V.; HEIN, R.; 

STIS.I- SCHNADT, C.; BRUHL, C.; STEIL, B. 

015 Calculating the future development of the ozone 
layer with a dynamic-chemical GCM 
10:00 ENTZIAN, G.; PETERS, D. 

STIS.I- Aimual variation of the statistical link between 
016 zonally asymmetric total ozone trend and decadal 
change in dynamics 

10:15 BERTAUX, J.L.; HAUCHECORNE, A.; MANGIN, 
ST 15 . 1 - A.; COT, C.; TALAGRAND, O.; SIMON, P.; 

017 KYROLA, E.; ROSCOE, H.; HEMBISE, O.; 
BRASSEUR, G.P. 

The MSDOL project: assimilation of GOMOS ozone 
data in a 3-D chemistry-transport model 

10:30 Poster Sxunmaries 

STIS.I- ELANSKY, N.F.; POSTYLYAKOV, O.V.; MITIN, 
018 LV. 

Application of Monte Carlo simulation of multi 
scattering radiation transferee to error analysis of 
extended Brewer Umkehr method for ozone profile 
determination 


STIS.I- PAPAYANNIS, A.; PORTENEUVE, J.; BALIS, D.; 
019 ZEREFOS, C.; GALANI, E. 

Design of a new dial system for tropospheric and 
lower straospheric ozone monitoring in northern 

STIS.I- LEZEAUX, O.; DE LA NOE, J.; RICAUD, PH.; 
020 PETER, R.; CALISESI, Y.; GODIN, S.; WATERS, 
J.W.; FROIDEVAUX, L.; CHIPPERFIELD, M. 
Validation of ground-based microwave measure¬ 
ments at the Bordeaux Observatory, France 
STIS.I- BONASONI, P.; EVANGELISTI, F.; BONAFE, U.; 
021 FELDMANN, H.; MEMMESHEIMER, M.; STHOL, 

A.; TOSITTI, L.; KROMP-KOLB, L.H. 
Stratosphere-troposphere exchange: case studies 
recorded at Mt. Cimone during VOTALP project 
STIS.I- BRAMSTEDT, K.; WEBER, M.; ROZANOV, V.; 
022 HOOGEN, R.; DE BEEK, R.; BURROWS, J.P.; 
EICHMANN, K.-U. 

Ozone vertical distributions from GOME/ERS-2 
satellite data - II: observations in the arctic winters 
1996/97 and 97/98 

STIS.I- ROZANOV, V.; BRAMSTEDT, K.; EICHMANN, 
023 K.-U.; WEBER, M.; DE BEEK, R.; BURROWS, 

J.P.; HOOGEN, R. 

Ozone vertical distributions with GOME/ERS-2 
satellite data - I: comparison with independent 
measurements 

STIS.I- ROZANOV, E.; ZUBOV, V.; SCHLESINGER, M.; 
024 YANG, F.; ANDRONOVA, N. 

Three-dimensional simulations of ozone in the 
stratosphere and comparison with UARS data 
STIS.I- EGOROVA, T.; ZUBOV, V.; YAGOVKINA, S.; 
025 ROZAVOV, E. 

Simulation of the atmospheric ozone distributions 
with the 2-D model and validations with HALOE 
and TOMS data 

STIS.I- EGOROVA, T.; ZUBOV, V.; YAGOVKINA, S.; 
026 ROZAVOV, E. 

Lightning production of NO,( and atmospheric ozone 
STIS.I- ORSOLINI, Y.J.; STEPHENSON, D.B.; 

027 DOBLAS-REYES, F.J. 

Storm track signature in total ozone during the 
northern hemisphere winter 
STIS.I- ILYUSHIN, Y.A.; TEREKHOVA, O.A. 

030 Approximate limb soimding data inversion 

Stand-by papers 
LANGEN, J. 

STIS.I- Stratospheric chemistry and climate research using a 
028 limb sounding infrared spectrometer - the MIPAS 
instrument onboard ENVISAT * 

LANGEN, J. 

sTis.-i Ozone monitoring from space using the star 
029 occultation technique - the GOMOS instrument 
onboard ENVISAT * 

11:00 END OF SESSION 


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ST15 Atmospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 

.1 Modelling and validation with satel¬ 
lite data - Poster Session 

Convener: Vardavas, LM. 

Co-Convener(s): Taylor, F.W. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 ■ 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 
Chairperson: N.N. 

Editors: Taylor, F.W.; Vardavas, LM. 

ST019 ELANSKY, N.F.; POSTYLYAKOV, O.V.; 

ST15.1.018 MITIN, LV. 

Application of Monte Carlo simulation of multi 
scattering radiation transferee to error analysis of 
extended Brewer Umkehr method for ozone 
profile determination 

ST020 PAPAYANNIS, A.; PORTENEUVE, 1; BALIS, 
sTi5.i.«i9 D.; ZEREFOS, C.; GALANI, E. 

Design of a new dial system for tropospheric and 
lower straospheric ozone monitoring in northern 
Greece 

ST021 LEZEAUX, O.; DE LA NOE, J.; RICAUD, 
ST15.1-020 PH.; PETER, R.; CALISESI, Y.; GODIN, S.; 
WATERS, J.W.; FROIDEVAUX, L.; 
CHIPPERHELD, M. 

Validation of ground-based microwave measure¬ 
ments at the Bordeaux Observatory, France 
ST022 BONASONI, P.; EVANGELISTI, F.; BONAFE, 
ST15.1-02I U.; FELDMANN, H.; MEMMESHEIMER, M.; 

STHOL, A.; TOSITTI, L.; KROMP-KOLB, L.H. 
Stratosphere-troposphere exchange: case studies 
recorded at Mt. Cimone during VOTALP project 
ST023 BRAMSTEDT, K.; WEBER, M.; ROZANOV, 
ST15.I.022 V.; HOOGEN, R.; DE BEEK, R.; BURROWS, 

J.P.; EICHMANN, K.-U. 

Ozone vertical distributions from GOME/ERS-2 
satellite data - II: observations in the arctic 
winters 1996/97 and 97/98 
ST024 ROZANOV, V.; BRAMSTEDT, K.; 
sTi5,i.()23 EICHMANN, K.-U.; WEBER, M.; DE BEEK, 
R.; BURROWS, J.P.; HOOGEN, R. 

Ozone vertical distributions with GOME/ERS-2 
satellite data - I: comparison with independent 
measurements 

ST025 ROZANOV, E.; ZUBOV, V.; SCHLESINGER, 
ST15.I-024 M.; YANG, F.; ANDRONOVA, N. 

Three-dimensional simulations of ozone in the 
stratosphere and comparison with UARS data 
ST026 EGOROVA, T.; ZUBOV, V.; YAGOVKINA, 
STI5. 1-025 S.; ROZAVOV, E. 

Simulation of the atmospheric ozone distributions 
with the 2-D model and validations with HALOE 
and TOMS data 

ST027 EGOROVA, T.; ZUBOV, V.; YAGOVKINA, 
ST15.1-026 S.; ROZAVOV, E. 

Lightning production of NO,; and atmospheric 
ozone 

ST028 ORSOLINI, Y.J.; STEPHENSON, D.B.; 
sTi5,i-027 DOBLAS-REYES, F.J. 

Storm track signature in total ozone during the 
northern hemisphere winter 
ST028A ILYUSHIN, Y.A.; TEREKHOVA, O.A. 

ST15.1.30 Approximate limb sounding data inversion 


ST15 Atoospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 

S^olar ozone 

Convener: Krivolutsky, A.A. 

Thursday, 23 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: Krivolutsky, A.A. 

11:30 STOWASSER, M.; OELHAF, H.; WETZEL, G.; 
FISCHER, H.; FRIEDL-VALLON, F.; MAUCHER, 
G.; SEEFELDNER, M.; TRIESCHMANN, O.; V. 
CLARMANN, T. 

Stratospheric arctic winter profiles of N 2 O, CH4, 
H 2 O and HDO, measured by MIPAS-B 
11:45 MULLER, K.P.; BAUMGARTEN, G.; SIEBERT, 
J.; FRICKE, K.H. 

Lidar observations of leewave induced PSCS above 
esrange in northern Sweden 

12:00 FIERLI, F.; HACUHE^ORNE, A.; MEHRTENS, 

PSC lidar measurements interpretation by a Mie 
model 

12:15 RENARD, J.B.; PAYAN, S.; CAMY-PEYRET, C.; 
HAWAT, T.; HUGUENIN, D.; JESECK, P.; 
KANZAWA, H.; LEFEVRE, F.; PIRRE, M.; ROB¬ 
ERT, C.; SASANO, Y. 

NO 2 balloon-borne measurements during the ILAS 
validation campaign 

12:30 FRANKE, B.; KLEIN, U.; KUNZI, K.F.; LANGER, 
J.; SINNHUBER, B.-M.; WOHLTMANN, I. 
Measurements of stratospheric ozone and chlorine 
monoxide over Ny-Alesund, Spitsbergen, in 1997 
and 1998 

12:45 AIKIN, A.C.; MORRIS, G.A. 

Polar ozone as observed by ADEOS ILAS and 
TOMS instruments 
13:00 LUNCH 

Chairperson: Baier, F. 

14:00 KRIVOLUTSKY, A.; VARGIN, P. 

QBO variability of total ozone for Antarctic springs 
and its relation to planetary waves intensity 
14:15 GUNTHER, G.; BAIER, F. 

Simulation of the dynamics and chemistry of the 
Arctic stratosphere during the winters 1995/96 and 
1996/97 

14:30 ENELL, C.F.; MEIER, A.; STEEN, A.; COORAY, 
V.; WAGNER, T.; PFEILSTICKER, K.; PLATT, 
U.; JOHNSTON, P. 

A discussion on the variability of atmospheric trace 
gas concentrations and other high latitude phenome¬ 
na 

14:45 LEFEVRE, F.; CARSLAW, K.S.; PETER, T. 

The 1998 Arctic ozone depletion quantified from 
three-dimensional model simulations 
15:00 ROZANOV, E.; ZUBOV, V.; SCHLESINGER, M.; 
YANG, F.; ANDRONOVA, N. 

Simulation of the annual cycle of total ozone over 
northern high latitudes and comparison with TOMS 
data 

15:15 BECKER, G.; MCLLER, R.; MCKENNA, D.S.; 
REX, M. 

Modeled ozone loss in the Arctic stratosphere in 
comparison to results of the Match experiments 


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15:30 VAN DEN BROEK, M.M.P.; GOEDE, A.; 
BREGMAN, A.; LELIEVELD, J. 

Stratospheric chemistry modelling: results of a box 
model and a three-dimensional chemistry transport 
model 

15:45 KNUDSEN, B.M.; LAHOZ, W.A.; O’NEILL, A.; 
MORCRETTE, J.-J. 

Evidence for a substantial role for dilution in north¬ 
ern mid-latitude ozone depletion 
16:00 FLENTJE, H.; RENGER, W.; WIRTH, M.; 
O’NEILL, A.; LAHOZ, W.A.; HEAPS, A. 
Comparison of airborne lidar measurements with 
high resolution tracer transport models 
16:15 KRIVOLUTSKY, A. 

Concluding remarks 
16:30 END OF SESSION 


ST15 Atmospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 

.2 Polar ozone - Poster Session 

Convener: Krivolutsky, A.A. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 
Chairperson: Krivolutsky, A.A. 

ST029 SHUMILOV, O.L; KASATKINA, E.A.; 

RASPOPOV, O.M. 

Tropospheric ozone recording in high latitudes 
ST030 BOJKOV, B.R.; BEINE, H.J. 

Ozone measurements in the lower troposphere 
over Ny-Alesund, Svalbard (78°55’N, 11°53’E) 
ST031 SPICHTINGER-RAKOWSKY, N.; FABIAN, 
P. 

The thermal structure of the Antarctic lower 
stratosphere before and after the detecting of the 
ozone hole 

ST032 REDAELLI, G.; MACKENZIE, A.R.; RIZI, V.; 
VISCONTI, G.; CHIPPERFIELD, M.P.; 
RUDAKOV, V.V.; STEFANUTTI, L. 

Transport related O 3 variations during the air¬ 
borne polar experiment 

ST033 JADIN, E.A.; KADYGROV, V.E.; DIANSKY, 
N.A. 

Analysis of interannual variations in total ozone 
and stratospheric circulation 
ST034 BELOGOLOV, V.S. 

Total ozone content over Murmansk 
ST035 KIVI, R.; KYRO, E.; RONTU, L.; 
WEDEKIND, C.; STEIN, B.; WILLE, H.; 
DORNBRACK, A.; MITEV, V.; MATTHEY, R.; 
ROSEN, J.; RIZI, V.; LAZZAROTTO, B.; 
CALPINI, B.; STEFANUTTI, L.; DEL 
GUASTA, M. 

Polar stratospheric cloud measurements by lidar 
and balloon borne sondes at Sodankyla in 
1996/1997 

ST036 ZAHARIEV, V.; KOLEV, S.L; GERNANDT, 
H. 

About the changes of the ozone content over the 
east Antarctica 


ST15 Atmospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 
OA) 

.3 Changes in UV-B radiation - Poster 
Session 

Convener: Kruger, B.C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 
Chairperson: N.N. 

ST037 PEETERS, P.; MULLER, J.-F.; SIMON, P.C.; 
CELARIER, E.A.; HERMAN, J.R. 

Using satellite measurements from GOME for 
the estimation of the UV irradiance at the Earth’s 
surfHCC 

ST038 TOURPALI, K.; TSELIOUDIS, G.; 
VASSARAS, A.; BAIS, A.F.; ZEREFOS, C.S. 
Relationships between the attenuation of surface 
UV irradiance and the radiative properties of the 
satellite-derived cloud field 

ST039 RENAUD, A.; STAEHELIN, J.; PHILIPONA, 
R.; HEIMO, A. 

Snow and clouds effects on the erythemal UV 
radiation. Analysis of Swiss measurements and 
modelization 

ST040 KUZNETSOV, G.I.; MANOILO, A.V. 

Volcanic eruptions impact on ultra violet radia¬ 
tion regime 

ST041 DUBROVSKY, M. 

The dependence of the solar UV-B radiation on 
total ozone and solar zenith angle 
ST042 BRONNIMANN, S.; NEU, U. 

Can increased UV radiation cause surfacce ozone 
episodes? 

ST043 KRUGER, B.C.; KIRCHNER, F.; PEREGO, S. 

The influence of radiation on tropospheric chem¬ 
istry 

ST044 BEINE, H.J.; DAHLBACK, A. 

J(N02) at Ny-Alesund: measurement and model 
calculation 

ST045 PHILIPONA, R.; SHILLING, A.; FROHLICH, 
C.; HEIMO, A.; RENAUD, A. 

Maximum UV-levels measured on alpine radia¬ 
tion stations 

ST046 KRZYSCIN, J.W.; BORKOWSKI, J. 

Long-term changes of the surface UV radiance at 
Belisk, Poland, 1966-1996 

ST047 CASALE, G.R.; DEBUS, S.; MELONI, D.; 
SIANI, A.M.; PALMIERI, S. 

UV-B radiation and ozone behaviour at Rome 
station in the recent six years 
ST048 ZEREFOS, C.S. 

Preliminary results from PAUR 1 
ST048A RAJEWSKA-WIECH, B.; KRZYSCIN, J.W.; 
DEGORSKA, M. 

Impact of ozone profile on the surface UV 
radiation: analyses of the Umkehr and UV data 
taken at Belsk, Poland, 1976-1997 


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ST15 Atoospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 

.4 'l^ronospheric ozone with emphasis 
on the Mediterranean region - Post¬ 
er Session 

Convener: Varotsos, C. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Thursday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 
Chairperson: Beekmann, M. 

Editors: Varotsos, C.; Kondratyev, K.Ya. 

ST049 MOLLER, D.; KALASS, D.; ACKER, K.; 
ST15.4-0I6 WIEPRECHT, W. 

Five-year record of ozone at Mt. Brocken (Ger¬ 
many) - implications for changing heterogeneous 
chemistry 

ST050 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; MARTIN, L; 

ST15.4-017 GARCIA, R.; HERNANDEZ, E. 

Diurnal variations of the surface ozone in Spain 
ST051 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; MARTIN, I.; 
sTi5.44)i8 GARCIA, R.; HERNANDEZ, E. 

Monthly variation of the surface ozone in Spain 
ST052 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; MARTIN, I.; 

STi5.4-()i9 GARCIA, R.; HERNANDEZ, E. 

Geographical sources of surface ozone in Spain 
ST053 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; MARTIN, I.; 
sTi5.4-02(> GARCIA, R.; HERNANDEZ, E. 

On the origin of the elevated surface ozone 
concentration in Spain 
ST054 BRONNIMANN, S. 

STI5.4-021 Early spring ozone episodes: occurrence and case 
study 

ST055 VAROTSOS, C.; CHRONOPOULOS, G. 
sTi5.4-()22 Vertical ozone distribution in the troposphere at 
Athens, Greece 

ST056 CHRONOPOULOS, G.; ALEXANDRIS, D.; 

STI5.4-()23 VAROTSOS, C. 

A statistical model for the relationship of ozone 
and its precursors at Athens basin 
ST057 COEUR, C.; JACOB, V.; FOSTER, P. 

ST15.4-024 Gas phase reaction of hydroxyl radical with the 
natural hydrocarbon bornyl acetate 
ST058 VAROTSOS, C.; lATROU, T. 

5X15.4-025 Surface ozone measurements over Athens based 
on the historical data for the period 1901-1940 
ST059 VAROTSOS, C.; ALEXANDRIS, D. 

5X15.4-026 The role of water vapour on the tropospheric 
ozone depletion 
ST060 VAROTSOS, C. 

5X15.4-027 On the role of sea salt particles in polluted 
marine areas 

ST061 CATSAMBAS, A.; FERETIS, E.; 

5X15.4-028 SAKELARIOU, N.; KONDRATYEV, K.YA.; 
ANTONIOU, C. 

Tropospheric ozone related changes in biological¬ 
ly active ultraviolet radiation 
ST062 CATSAMBAS, A.; FERETIS, E.; 

5X15.4-029 SAKELARIOU, N.; KONDRATYEV, K.YA.; 
ANTONIOU, C. 

On the role of air pollution on the solar radiation 
reaching the ground 

ST063 SHAROBIEM, W.M.; ZAKEY, A.S. 

5X15.4-030 Tropospheric ozone and supher dioxide in Cairo 
atmosphere 


ST064 KOLOUTSOU-VAKAKIS, S.; CARRICO, C.M.; 
5X15.4-031 LI, Z.; ROOD, M.J.; OGREN, J. 

Characterization of aerosol properties and direct 
radiative forcing at an anthropogenically per¬ 
turbed continental site 

ST065 KONDRATYEV, K.YA.; MELNIKOVA, I.; 

5X15.4-032 VAROTSOS, C.; BORISENKOV, E.; 

GUSCHIN, G.; VOEYKOV, A.I. 

Surface ultraviolet radiation and ozone content as 
indicators of environmental quality 
ST066 VAROTSOS, C.; KONDRATYEV, K.YA.; 
5X15.4-033 MELNIKOVA, I.N.; GUSCHIN, G.P. 

Cloud impact on surface ultraviolet radiation 
ST066A JAROSLAWSKI, J.; PRZYBYLSKA, G. 
5X15.4-034 Surface ozone concentrations at rural locations in 
Poland in 1996 


ST15 Atoospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 

.4 l^ropospheric ozone with emphasis 
on tne Mediterranean region 

Convener: Varotsos, C. 

Friday, 24 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: Varotsos, C. 

Editors: Varotsos, C.; Kondratyev, K.Ya. 


08:45 ANCELLET, G.; BEEKMANN, G. 

5X15.4- Short and long term variability of the vertical ozone 
(xii profile in the Mediterranean region 
09:00 VAROTSOS, C.; ALEXANDRIS, D.; 

5X15.4- CHRONOPOULOS, G. 

(K)2 On the role of the lower-stratospheric circulation to 
the vertical ozone structure 
09:15 ALEXANDRIS, D. 

5X15.4- Free tropospheric ozone variations at Athens, Greece 

(K)3 

09:30 MUNZENBERG-ST. DENIS, A.; RENNER, E.; 
5X15.4- WOLKE, R. 

(x)4 Numerical investigation of the influence of biogenic 
emissions on ozone in Saxony (Germany) 

09:45 CHRONOPOULOS, G.; VAROTSOS, C. 

5X15.4- On the seasonal variation of photo-oxidants at the 
(X)5 greater Athens area 

10:00 SANZ, M.J.; CARRATALA, A.; MANTILLA, E.; 
5X15.4- MILLAN, M. 

(x)6 Daily ozone patterns and AOT40 index in east coast 
of the Iberian peninsula 

10:15 BASTRUP-BIRK, A.; BRANDT, J.; ZLATEV, Z. 
5X15.4- Studying periods of high ozone concentrations in the 
(x)7 ^ Mediterranean region during a 7-year period 
10:30 BREAK 

Chairperson: Ancellet, G.M. 

Editors: Varotsos, C.; Kondratyev, K.Ya. 

11:00 SANZ, M.J.; CALTAYUD, A; CALVO, E. 

5X15.4- Ozone injury spatial pattern in Aleppo pine and air 
(X)8 pollution dynamics in the Mediterranean 
11:15 IATROU,T. 

5X15.4- On the ozone content of the free troposphere over 
m Athens, Greece, as derived by using in situ tech¬ 
niques 

11:30 EFSTATHIOU, M. 

5X15.4- On the statistical analysis of tropospheric and strato- 
(»o spheric ozone content over Athens, Greece 




11:45 ALEXANDRIS, D. 

ST15.4- Tropospheric ozone contribution to surface warming 
oil at Athens, Greece 

12:00 RAPPENGLUCK, B.; OYOLA, P.; OLAETA, I.; 
ST15.4- FABIAN, P. 

012 Photochemical smog in Santiago de Chile - relation¬ 
ships between precursors NO^, CO, NMHC and 
secondary compounds ozone and PAN 
12:15 VARINOU, M.; KALLOS, G.; SISTLA, G. 

ST15.4- The role of anthropogenic and biogenic emissions on 
013 tropospheric ozone formation over Greece 
12:30 KREUZWIESER, J.; RENNENBERG, H. 

ST15.4- Production and eimission of acetaldehyde in trees 

014 

12:45 VAROTSOS, C.; ALEXANDRIS, D.; 

ST15.4- CHRONOPOULOS, G. 

015 Solar effective UV irradiance at height levels form 
the surface to the tropopause 
13:00 END OF SESSION 


ST15 Atmospheric ozone (co-sponsored by 

oa} 

.5 Ozone as a climate gas 

Convener: Shine, K.P. 

Co-Convener(s): Hauglustaine, D.A. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M7 
Chairperson: Shine, K.P. 

14:00 ROELOFS, GJ.; LELIEVELD, J. 

Changing distribution of tropospheric O, and its 
radiative forcing of climate: past, present, and future 
(Solicited Paper) 

14:30 STEVENSON, D.S.; JOHNSON, C.E.; COLLINS, 
WJ.; DERWENT, R.G.; EDWARDS, J.M.; SHINE, 
K.P. 

The time evolution of tropospheric ozone radiative 
forcing 

14:45 HAUGLUSTAINE, D.A.; BRASSEUR, G.P. 

Impact of anthropogenic activities on tropospheric 
ozone 

15:00 PFEILSTICKER, K.; FUNK, O.; KURZ, C.; 
VEITEL, HJ.; PLATT, U. 

Levy flights by photons in cloudy skies? Implica¬ 
tions for the SW-heating of tropospheric ozone 
15:15 KAROL, I.L.; KISELEV, A.A. 

The tropospheric carbon monoxide distribution in the 
northern temperate belt as the 2-D model calculation 
result 

15:30 DEGORSKA, M.; KRZYSCIN, J.W.; RAJEWSKA- 
WIECH, B. 

Longitudinal differences in seasonal ozone changes 
over northern midlatitudes 
15:45 BREAK 

Chairperson: Hauglustaine, D.A. 

16:00 PAWSON, S.; LABITZKE, K.; LEDER, S. 

Lower stratospheric temperatures and their relation¬ 
ship with ozone trends (Solicited Paper) 

16:30 KYRO, E.; KIVI, R.; TURUNEN, T. 

Trends in tropospheric and lower stratospheric ozone 
in European Arctic 

16:45 TOURPALI, K.; ZEREFOS, C.S.; BOJKOV, B.R.; 
KOEHLER, U.; DE MUER, D. 

Ozone and temperature variability over the north 
European and Canadian regions 


17:00 CHRISTIANSEN, B. 

Ozone: radiative forcing and climate sensitivity 
17:15 PONATER, M.; SAUSEN, R.; FENEBERG, B.; 
ROECKNER, E. 

Present-day and future impact of aircraft induced 
ozone changes 

17:30 ROSIER, S.M.; FORSTER, P.M. DE F. 

Experiments employing ozone changes in a general 
circulation model 

17:45 FORTUIN, P.; SIEGMUND, P.; ROECKNER, E. 
The effect of a more realistic ozone distribution on 
climate simulation with a GCM 
18:00 SHINDELL, D.T. 

Future trends in upper stratospheric ozone: progres¬ 
sion from halogen to climate control * 

18:15 END OF SESSION 


ST16 Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange 
(co-sponsored by OA) I 

Convener: Wirth, V. 

Co-Convener(s): Haynes, P.H. 

Wednesday, 22 AprU 1998 
Lecture Room: M 6 
Chairperson: Haynes, P.H. 

1. Large-scale transport/exchange/processes 
a) General circulation questions 

08:45 PLUMB, R.A. 

Dynamics and transport in the lower stratosphere 
(Solicited Paper) 

09:15 SIEGMUND, P.; VAN VELTHOVEN, P.; 
KELDER, H. 

The residual mean meridional circulation in the 
lower stratosphere, diagnosed from 15 years of 
ECMWF-reanalysis data 
09:30 JUCKES, M.N. 

The meridional circulation in the lowermost strato¬ 
sphere 

09:45 CRAIG, G.C.; THUBURN, J. 

The radiative constraint on tropopause height 

2. Chemical distributions in the lowermost strato- 
sphere/tropopause region 

a) Lowermost stratosphere 

10:00 BORRMANN, S. 

Heterogenous chemistry in the tropopause region 
(Solicited Paper) 

10:30 BREGMAN, A.; LELIEVELD, J. 

Mixing of tropospheric air into the mid-latitude 
stratosphere and its role in atmospheric chemsitry 
10:45 EICKE, N.; BUJOK, O.; FISCHER, H.; 
MCKENNA, D.S.; SCHILLER, C.; SCHLAGER, 
H.; ZOGER, M. 

The dry lowermost stratosphere in the arctic winter: 
evidence for local dehydration 
11:00 ZAHN, A.; PLATT, U. 

Airborne COj, CH 4 , O 3 and SF^ measurements to 
study tracer transport around the tropopause 
11:15 BUHLER, S.A.; KUNZl, K. 

Microwave limb-sounding of water vapour in the 
tropopause region 

11:30 BUJOK, O.; EICKE, N.; ENGEL, A.; LELIEVELD, 
J.; MCKENNA, D.S.; SCHILLER, C.; ZOGER, M. 
Experimental evidence for the existence of a very 
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11:45 HESS, P. 

Analysis of the seasonal transport of ozone and 
water vapor into the lower stratosphere 
12:00 LUNCH 
12:00 Business Meetings 

Chairperson: Borrmann, S. 

b) Tropics/subtropics 

14:00 WEINSTOCK, E.M.; HINTSA, E.J.; ANDERSON, 

J. G.; BOERING, K.A.; DAUBER, B.C.; WOFSY, 
S.C.; HERMAN, R.L.; MAY, R.D.; WEBSTER, 
C.R. 

Evaluation of the seasonal cycle of water vapor in 
the stratosphere derived from monthly average 
tropical tropopause temperatures using a CO photo¬ 
chemical clock (Solicited Paper) 

14:30 SUHRE, K.; CAMMAS, J.-P.; NEDELEC, P.; 
ROSSET, R.; MARENCO, A.; SMIT, H.GJ. 
Ozone-rich transients in the upper equatorial Atlantic 
troposphere 

14:45 DETHOF, A.; O’NEILL, A.; SLINGO, J. 

Water vapour transport associated with the Asian 
summer monsoon 

15:00 CAMMAS, J.-P.; JACOBY-KOALY, S.; SUHRE, 

K. ; ROSSET, R.; MARENCO, A. 
Stratosphere-troposphere exchange across the poten¬ 
tial vorticity barrier of the subtropical jet as seen 
with MOZAIC-ozone measurement 

Chairperson: Wirth, V. 

3. Synoptic- and small-scale exchange/processes 

a) Folds, laminae, relevant processes 

15:15 MCKENNA, D.; LERNER, A. 

Observations of trace gases in the vicinity of a 
tropopause fold 

15:30 MANCIER, C.; BEEKMANN, M.; ANCELLET, 

G. ; MARENCO, A. 

Spatial and temporal variability of tropopause folds 
occurrence - implications for the cross tropospheric 
ozone flux 

15:45 CAMMAS, J.-P.; RAVETTA, F.; ANCELLET, G. 

Life cycle of a tropopause fold 
16:00 WORTHINGTON, R.M.; VAUGHAN, G. 

Case study of stratosphere troposphere exchange 
using VHF wind profiler, ozonesonde, radiosonde 
and E.CM.W.F. data 
16:15 FORSTER, C.; WIRTH, V. 

Radiative decay of stratospheric laminae in the 
troposphere 

b) VOTALP 

16:30 FELDMANN, H.; MEMMESHEIMER, M.; 
STOHL, A.; TRICKL, T.; BONASONI, P.; 
GAEGGELER, H.; GRABER, W.; KROMP-KOLB, 

H. 

VOTALP: observation and simulation of a strato¬ 
spheric intrusion event over the Alps 
16:45 ZANIS, P.; SCHUEPBACH, E.; GGGELER, H.W.; 
HBENER, S.; STOHL, A. 

A summer stratospheric intrusion event at 
Junglfaujoch (3,580 m ASL) in Switzerland 
17:00 END OF PART I 


ST16 Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange 
(co-sponsored by OA) II 

Convener: Wirth, V. 

Co-Convener(s): Haynes, P.H. 

Thursday, 23 AprQ 1998 
Lecture Room: M6 
Chairperson: Craig, G.C. 

c) Various other case studies etc. 

08:30 KOWOL-SANTEN, J.; RAVETTA, F.; EBEL, A. 
Analysis of transport and exchange processes in the 
tropopause region by means of Lagrangian methods 
08:45 GOUGET, H.; VAUGHAN, G. 

Case study of a cut-off low during TOASTE-C 
campaign 

09:00 RAVETTA, F.; ANCELLET, G.; KOWOL- 
SANTEN, J. 

Stratosphere-troposphere exchange within a cut-off 
low: airborne measurement campaign and mesoscale 
modelling 

09:15 WIRTH, V.; EGGER, J. 

Diagnosing extratropical stratosphere-troposphere 
exchange: a case study 
09:30 TAFFERNER, A. 

Stratosphere-troposphere exchange in a stratospheric 
intrusion 

09:45 HEREIL, P.; VAN BAELEN, J. 

Nonhydrostatic numerical simulations and wind 
profilers observations of a cut-off low episode near 
the Alps 

10:00 PERSSON, K.; NILSSON, H.; KIRKWOOD, S; 
CHILSON, P. 

Study of stratosphere troposphere exchange at high 
latitudes with MST radar and ozonesondes 
10:15 BREAK 

Chairperson: Hess, P. 

10:45 SCHULZ-SCHOLLHAMMER, K.; 

MARQUARDT, C.; SINGER, W.; HOFFMANN, P. 
A case study to identify layers with laminor or 
turbulent flows using ST radar and radiosonde 
observations and trajectory calculations 
11:00 SINGER, W.; HOFFMANN, P.; KEUER, D.; 
CZECHOWSKY, P. 

Observations of the tropopause region above 
Andenes during the break up of the polar vortex in 
March 1995 with the ALOMAR SOUSY radar 

Lb) GCMs 

11:15 BOURQUI, M.; WERNLI, H.; BRUNNER, D. 

A climatology of stratosphere-troposphere ozone 
exchange for the Atlantic-European sector 
11:30 MANZBMI, E.; FEICHTER, J. 

Transport in the middle atmosphere (MA) ECHAM 
general circulation model 
11:45 LAND, C.; FEICHTER, J.; SAUSEN, R. 

Transport simulations of natural tracers with the 
ECHAM GCM: sensitivity of stratosphere-tropo¬ 
sphere exchange to the vertical resolution 
12:00 TIMMRECK, C. 

Stratospheric-tropospheric-exchange: a Pinatubo case 
study 


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12:15 JACKSON, D.R.; PAMMENT, J.A.; METHVEN, 

J. ; POPE, V.D. 

Transport in the low latitude tropopause region as 
simulated by the UK Meteorological Office Unified 
Model 

12:30 PLANTEVIN, PJI.; SHALLCROSS, D.E.; LAW, 

K. S.; PYLE, J.A. 

Chemical impact on the troposphere of tropopause 
fold events during TOASTE campaigns 
12:45 KENTARCHOS, A.; ROELOFS, GJ.; 
LELIEVELD, J. 

Simulation of a stratospheric intrusion event at 
subtropical latitudes using a coupled chemistry- 
general circulation model 
13:00 LUNCH 

Joint Session ST16/NP3.5 to continue in Lecture 
Room M3 at 14.00 

Lecture Room: M3 
Chairperson: Waugh, D.W. 

4. Joint session ST16/NP3.5 
a) Techniques such as RDF 

14:00 MCKENNA, D.; BUJOK, O.; THOMAS, N. 

Comparison of RDF with in-situ data (Solicited 
Paper) 

14:30 AMBAUM, M.; BUJOK, O. 

Correction for phase errors in lagrangian modelling 
of tracer filameters 
14:45 BITHELL, M.; GRAY, L.J. 

Isentropic and ttuee dimensional trajectories near the 
tropopause 

15:00 METHVEN, J.; HOSKINS, B. 

On the advection of high resolution tracers by low 
resolution winds 

15:15 MARIOTTI, A.; LEGRAS, B.; MECHOSO, C.R. 
Pseudo-contour advection with surgery 

bl Studies using observed/model winds 

15:30 SHUCKBURGH, E. 

Investigating transport across the tropopause 
15:45 BAGLIANI, M.; FRAEDRICH, K.; VON 
HARDENBERG, J.; LUNKEIT, F. 

Lagrangian climatology of a simplified general 
circulation model 

16:00 LAPEYRE, G.; LEGRAS, B. 

A criterion for the formation of filaments around the 
polar vortex 

16:15 BRUNET, G.; GRAVEL, S.; ROCH, M.; 
GAUTHIER, P.; PELLERIN, S.; EK, N.; 
EDOUARD, S. 

High resolution forecasts of polar stratospheric ozone 
using the Canadian Global Environmental Multiscale 
Model 

16:30 END OF PART II 


Attend the Poster Session 
and the 
Exhibition 


ST16 Stratosphere-troposphere-exchange 
(co-sponsored by OA) III 

Convener: Wirth, V. 

Co-Convener(s): Haynes, P.H. 

Friday, 24 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M3 
Chairperson: McKenna, D. 

Joint ST16/NP3.5 session continued 

cl Lower stratospheric tracer studies 

08:30 WAUGH, D.W. 

Seasonal variation of stirring and mixing in the 
lower stratosphere (Solicited Paper) 

09:00 ALFIER, R.; PAWSON, S.; KETELSEN, K. 

Fine structure of water vapour transport at the polar 
vortex 

09:15 LEDER, S.; BECK, A. 

The relationship between the exchange across the 
subtropical barrier and planetary wave activity in a 
global model 

09:30 GODIN, S.; BERGERET, V.; BEKKI, S.; DAVID, 
C.; HAUCHECORNE, A. 

Lidar aerosol measurements showing the stratified 
structure of the Antarctic polar votex in the spring of 
1992 

09:45 HAUCHECORNE, A.; GODIN, S.; SOUPRAYEN, 
C. 

Meridional transport of ozone in the lower strato¬ 
sphere at middle latitudes: lidar observations and 
simulation with a high resolution advection model 
10:00 ROZANOV, E.; ZUBOV, V.; SCHLESINGER, M.; 
YANG, F.; ANDRONOVA, N. 

Simulation of trace-gas distributions with the UIUC 
3-D atmospheric chemical-transport model and 
comparison of source gas distributions with observa¬ 
tions 

10:15 CAHILL, M.; PLANTEVIN, P.H.; LAW, K.S.; 
SHALLCROSS, D.E.; CHIPPERFIELD, M.; EV¬ 
ANS, M.; PYLE, J.A.; GERBIG, C.; RICHER, H.; 
BAUGUITTE, S.; BANDY, B.; MILLS, G.; 
PENKETT, S. 

A comparison of flight measurements from summer 
’97 with TOMCAT 
10:30 BREAK 

End of Session ST16/Session NP3.5 to continue 


ST17 Aviation and space flight (co-spon¬ 
sored by OA) 

.1 Aviation impact on the atmosphere 

Convener: Kelder, H. 

Co-Convener(s): Sausen, R. 

Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M8 
Chairperson: Kelder, H. 

08:30 SCHLAGER, H.; SCHUMANN, U. 

The POLINAT-2 experiment: a study of large-scale 
air traffic effects (Solicited Paper) 

08:55 MEIJER, E.W.; WAUBEN, W.M.F.; VAN 
VELTHOVEN, P.F.J.; KELDER, H.M. 

The impact of air traffic in the NAFC: model results 
versus measurements 


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09:10 DENTENER, F.J.; ABILOVA, E.; BERNSTEN, T.; 
GREWE, V.; ISAKSEN, I.; MUELLER, J.F.; 
STEVENSON, D.; WANG, Y.; VAN WEELE, M. 
The IPCC special report on aviation and the global 
atmosphere: the impact of future subsonic aircraft 
emisions 

09:25 GREWE, V.; DAMERIS, M.; KOHLER, L; 
PONATER, M.; SAUSEN, R. 

The impact of NO, aircraft emissions on atmospheric 
composition and climate 
09:40 SIMON, P.; DESSENS, O. 

Simulation of the airccraft effects upon the atmo¬ 
spheric chemistry 

09:55 STEVENSON, D.S.; JOHNSON, C.E.; COLLINS, 
WJ.; DERWENT, R.G. 

Aircraft NO, impacts on tropospheric ozone 
10:10 GROSE, W.L.; ECKMAN, R.S. 

Global impact of a future High-Speed Civil Trans¬ 
port (HSCT) aircraft fleet on the atmospheric ozone 
column: a three-dimensional model simulation 
10:25 BREAK 

Chairperson: Sausen, R. 

10:40 HOFMANN, D.J.; WOOD, M.; STONE, R.;. 
DESHLER, T. 

Analysis of 24 years of balloon-borne aerosol data to 
determine the effects of subsonic aircraft (Solicited 
Paper) 

11:05 PETRY, H.; HENDRICKS, J.; LIPPERT, E.; 
MEIER, A.; EBEL, A.; SAUSEN, R. 

Chemical conversion of aircraft emissions in the 
disprsing plume: calculation of effective emissions 
indices 

11:20 MULLER, J.-F. 

Upper tropospheric HOx: sources and role in the 
aircraft impact issue 

11:35 HENDRICKS, J.; LIPPERT, E.; PETRY, H.; 
EBEL, A. 

Impact of subsonic aircraft on atmospheric chemis¬ 
try: mesoscale simulations on the role of heteroge¬ 
neous reactions on/in sulfate aerosols 
11:50 PRASAD, S.S.; ZIPF, E.C. 

Emerging new atmospheric chemistry of nitric oxide 
and its implications for the aviation impact on the 
atmosphere 

12:05 SCHRODER, F.; KARCHER, B.; PETZOLD, A. 

In situ observations of aerosol particles in jet aircraft 
plumes 

12:20 SLEMR, F.; GIEHL, H.; SLEMR, J.; BUSEN, R.; 
SCHULTE, P.; HASCHBERGER, P. 

In-flight measurements of aircraft non-methane 
hydrocarbon emission indices 
12:35 BOUCHER, O. 

Is there any observable increase in cirrus cloud due 
to aviation during 1982-1991? 

12:50 WYSER, K.; STROM, J. 

A possible change in cloud radiative forcing due to 
aircraft exhaust 

13:05 PONATER, M.; GIERENS, K; SAUSEN, R.; 
BRINKOP, S.; INCLAN, G. 

Parametrization of contrails in a climate model 
13:20 END OF SUB-SESSION 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


ST17 Aviation and space flight (co-spon¬ 
sored by OA) 

.1 Aviation impact on the atmosphere 
- Pdster Session 

Convener: Kelder, H. 

Co-Convener(s): Sausen, R. 

Display Time: Monday, 09:00 - Friday, 13:00 
Authors in Attendance: Tuesday, 17:00 - 19:00 
Poster Area: AGORA 3 - ST 

ST067 ECKMAN, R.S.; GROSE, W.L. 

Three-dimensional modelling studies of the 
impact of aircraft emissions on atmospheric 
ozone: sensitivity to emission indices HjO, and 
sulfur conversion 

ST068 GABRIEL, A.; SCHMITZ, G. 

Climate impact of aircraft emissions in the upper 
troposphere. Studies with a 2D-model 
ST069 KAROL, LL.; KISELEV, A.A. 

Model study of atmospheric pollution by aviation 
engines in the northern temperate belt 
ST070 LINDERMEIR, E.; HASCHBERGER, P.; 
TANK, V. 

Remote measurements of aircraft exhaust gas 
using FTIR spectrometry at industrial test-rigs 
ST072 ROZANOV, E.; ZUBOV, V.; SCHLESINGER, 
M.; YANG, F.; ANDRONOVA, N. 

The influence of aircraft emissions on the geo¬ 
graphical distributions of ozone and reservoir 
species in the upper troposphere and stratosphere 
ST073 SAUSEN, R.; GIERENS, K.; SCHUMANN, U. 
A diagnostic study of die present and future 
coverage by contrails 
ST074 SOROKIN, A. 

Ice contrail formation in jet of ATTAS aircraft * 
ST075 ZIEREIS, H.; SCHLAGER, H.; SCHULTE, P.; 
KOHLER, I. 

In situ measurements of NO„ in the North Atlan¬ 
tic flight corridor 

ST076 WUNRAM, C.; BAKAN, S. 

Environmental conditions for longlived contrails 
as derived from Mozaic data 


ST17 Aviation and space flight (co-spon- 
sored by OA) 

.2 Air traffic meteorology and weather 
impact on aviation 1 

Convener: Hauf, T. 

Co-Convener(s): Andre, J.-C.; Carriere, J.-M.; Corjon, A. 
Monday, 20 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M8 
Chairperson: Carriere, J.-M. 

14:00 HAUF, T.; SCHRODER, F. 

Observations of aircraft and supercooled large drops 
14:15 TAFFERNER, A.; HAUF, T.; HAFNER, T. 

Diagnosis of icing and nowcasting for aviation 
(Poster) 

14:20 IMPERATO, L; LEONE, G. 

In-flight icing cloud measurements by an airborne 
droplet analyser (Poster) 

14:25 JENTINK, H.W. 

Supercooled large droplets in icing conditions 


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14:40 PIGEONNEAU, F.; GUFFOND, D.; 
FEUILLEBOIS, F. 

Theoretical study of the drizzle formation by 
co-alescence 

14:55 SANCHEZ, J.L.; VEGA, A.; MARCOS, J.L.; 
FRAILE, R. 

Giant supercooled drops in Cb 
15:10 EVANS, J. 

Impact of adverse weather on major US airports 
(Solicited Paper) 

15:40 EVANS, J. 

Reducing the impact of adverse terminal weather on 
major US airports with the Integrated Terminal 
Weather System (ITWS) (Poster) 

15:45 PEKELA, W.D. 

Influence of wind prediction on the capacity of a 
time-based ATM system 

16:00 BENJAMIN, S.G.; SCHWARTZ, B.E.; JARDIN, 
M.; GREEN, S. 

Wind and aircraft trajectory errors in the Denver 
terminal airspace from versions of the RUC 
16:15 GIMENO, L.; RUA, A.; VIDAL, O.; FERNANDEZ, 
D. 

Weather impact on the air traffic in the three airports 
of Galicia (Spain) (Poster) 

16:20 UTNES, T.; EIDSVIK, K.J. 

Computation of wind effects in the wake of build¬ 
ings close to a runway (Poster) 

16:25 PATTON, R.; LUNNON, R.W. 

Investigation into lightning strikes to helicopters 
operating over the North Sea (Poster) 

16:30 TURNER, J. 

An automated scheme for predicting mountain wave 
induced turbulence for civil aviation (Poster) 

16:35 END OF PART 1 
17:00 Opening 
19:30 Reception 


ST17 Aviation and space flight (co-spon- 
sored by OA) 

.2 Air traffic meteorology and weather 
impact on aviation 11 

Convener: Hauf, T. 

Co-Convener(s): Andrd, J.-C.; Carriere, J.-M.; Corjon, A. 
Tuesday, 21 April 1998 
Lecture Room: M8 
Chairperson: Hauf, T. 

08:30 SHERRETZ, L.A.; RODGERS, D.; WILSON, A. 
Developing grid interaction and product generation 
tools for NWS aviation forecasters 
08:45 MAHONEY, J.; HENDERSON, J. 

Developing the real time verification system to 
support aviation forecasting and product develop¬ 
ment 

09:00 MARROQUIN, A.; GIRZ, C.M.I.R.; MAHONEY, 
J.L. 

Forecasting turbulence in the upper troposphere 
09:15 PRATT. G. 

Enhancing the aviation digital data service 
09:30 VERRET, R.; TURCOTTE, M.-F.; SOUVANLASY, 
V.; BALTAZAR, M. 

An interactive Aviation Weather Database (AWeD) 
(Poster) 


09:35 WIENS, B. 

Investigation of a graphical area forecast in Canada 
(Poster) 

09:40 ENGFER, D. 

AMETISl system for windshear and inversion 
warnings at the Zurich airport (Poster) 

09:45 HUYNH, H.T.; DESCATOIRE, F.; HAHN, K.U.; 
KONIG, R.; HAVERDINGS, H.; ROUWHORST, 
W.FJ.A. 

Simulation investigations into airborne reactive and 
forward looking windshear detection systems 
10:00 LAROCHE, P.; BLANCHET, P.; DEFER, E.; 
THERY, C. 

Comparison of ASR weather channel echo and 3D 
lightning observa