Presentations

Year 4 (2016)

Kumar, S., R. Allan, F. Zwiers, D. Lawrence, and P. Dirmeyer (2016). Revisiting Trends in Wetness and Dryness in the Presence of Internal Climate Variability. AMS 96th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 10-14 January 2016.

 

Year 3 (2015)

Allchin M A, Déry S J, 2015: Biome-level analysis of trends in Northern Hemisphere snowcover duration and extent, 1971-2013, CanSISE West Workshop, Victoria, BC, 30 October 2015.

 

Ambadan, J, Berg, A A, and Merryfield, W J, 2015:  Influence of snow and soil moisture initialization on sub-seasonal predictability and forecast skill in CanCM3, CanSISE Network Workshop 2, Toronto. (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Ambadan, J, Berg, A A, and Merryfield, W J, 2015: Influence of snow and soil-moisture initialization on sub-seasonal predictability skills of CanCM3 (poster), 49th CMOS Congress, Whistler, BC  (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Bajish CC, Pittana M, Haas C, 2015: Evaluation of Arctic sea ice variability in CanSISE large ensemble of CanESM-2, CanSISE Workshop, Toronto, March 2015

 

Bajish CC, Pittana M, Haas C, 2015: Snow Climatology of Arctic Sea Ice: Comparison of Reanalysis and Climate Model Data with In Situ Measurements, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2015

 

Bichet, A. : Attribution of high northern latitude trends (1980-2010) using pattern scaling. Polar Climate Prediction Initiative Workshop, Reading, UK, March, 2015. (Project C2.1)

 

Bichet, A.: Decadal predictions (2010-2040) using pattern scaled sea surface temperature and sea-ice concentration. ICTP/WCRP Decadal Climate Variability and Predictability workshop, Trieste, Italy, November 2015. (Project C2.1)

 

Blackport, R., Kushner, P.J. (2015).  Update on CESM sea ice perturbation experiments. CanSISE Workshop, Toronto March 2015

 

DeRepentigny, P., B. Tremblay, R. Newton, (2015), “Future geographical pattern of sea ice retreat”, San AGU Fall Meeting, Francisco. Theme C1.2, related to CanSISE science. 

 

DeRepentigny, P., B. Tremblay, R. Newton, (2015), “Future geographical pattern of sea ice retreat”, CMOS Whistler. Theme C1.2, related to CanSISE science.

 

Derksen, C., L. Mudryk, R. Brown. The impact of observational uncertainty in determining variability and change in Arctic snow cover. 2015 Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Conference, Whistler, June 2015.

 

Déry S J, Hernández-Henríquez M A, Derksen C, 2015: Polar amplification and elevation-dependence in trends of Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent, 1971-2014, AGU/CGU Joint Assembly, Montreal, QC, 5 May 2015. 

 

Dirkson A, Merryfield W J, Monahan A H, 2015: Sea Ice Thickness: Estimation in real-time from SLP and SIC through a Maximum Covariance Analysis, CanSISE Network Workshop 2, Toronto. (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Dirkson A, Merryfield W J, Monahan A H, 2015: Skill evaluation of CanCM3 seasonal sea ice hindcasts using improved thickness initialization. CanSISE West Workshop, Victoria. (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Gervais, M., B. Tremblay, J. Gyakum, E. Atallah, (2015), “Arctic sea ice decline and change in air masses”, Cyclone Workshop, November 2015 , Theme C2.1, directly supported by CanSISE. Theme C2.1.

 

Gervais, M., J. Gyakum, B. Termblay, E. Atallah, (2015), “Arctic sea ice decline and change in air masses”, Canadian Network for Regional Climate and Weather Processes, May 2015; Theme C2.1, directly supported by CanSISE.

 

Gervais, M., E. Atallah, J. Gyakum, B. Termblay (2015), “Arctic sea ice decline and change in air masses”, CanSISE workshop, Toronto, March 2015; Theme C2.1, directly supported by CanSISE.

 

Hernández-Henríquez M A, Déry S J, Derksen C, 2015: Polar amplification and elevation-dependence in trends of Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent, 1971-2014, CanSISE Workshop II, Toronto, ON, 12 March 2015.

 

Hernández-Henríquez M A, Déry S J, Derksen C, 2015: Polar amplification and elevation-dependence in trends of Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent, 1971-2014, 49th Annual CMOS Congress & 13th AMS Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography, Whistler, BC, 3 June 2015.

 

Hsieh, WW, Cannon, AJ, Schnorbus, M, 2015: Using artificial neural networks to emulate the VIC hydrological model: Application to streamflow and snow water equivalent projections. Oral presentation at Congress of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Whistler, BC.  (Theme A)

 

Islam S. and Déry S., 2015: Assessing climate change impacts on the snowpacks and water availability of the Fraser River Basin, British Columbia, 49th CMOS/13th AMS Congress, Whistler, BC

 

Islam S. and Déry S., 2015: Assessing climate induced future changes in the hydrology of the Fraser River Basin, 2015 CanSISE workshop, Mar 11-13, 2015, Toronto, ON

 

Islam S, Déry S. and Werner A. T., 2015: Future climate change impacts on snow and water resources of the Fraser River Basin, British Columbia, 2015 CanSISE west workshop, October 30, 2015, Victoria, BC 

 

Kang, DH, Gao, H, Shi, X, and Déry SJ, 2014: Canada’s Fraser River Basin transitioning from a nival to a hybrid system in the late 20th century, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 18th 2014

 

Kushner, P.J. et al.: Estimating the continental response to global warming using pattern-scaled sea surface temperatures and sea ice. Presented at 1) International Detection and Attribution (IDAG) workshop, Boulder, CO, January 2015; 2) NCAR CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, CO, June 2015; 3) ICTP/WCRP Decadal Climate Variability and Predictability workshop, Trieste, Italy, November 2015. (Project C2.1)

 

Kushner, P.J. (Tandon and Kushner paper): Does external forcing interfere with the AMOC's influence on North Atlantic & Arctic climate? Presented at 1) Polar Climate Prediction Initiative Workshop, Reading, UK, March, 2015, 2) NCAR CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, CO, June 2015. (Project C1.1-ii)

 

McCusker, K.E., J.C. Fyfe, M. Sigmond: The linkage between human-induced Arctic sea ice loss and cold Eurasian winters, High Latitude Dynamics Workshop, Rosendal Norway, March 2015

 

McCusker, K.E., J.C. Fyfe, M. Sigmond: Impact of human-induced Arctic sea ice loss on the atmosphere in the face of internal variability, U of Washington Climate dynamics seminar (invited), Seattle, WA, April 2015

 

McCusker, K.E., J.C. Fyfe, M. Sigmond: Exploring the link between human-induced Arctic sea ice loss and cold Eurasian winters, CMOS congress, Whistler, BC, June 2015

 

McCusker, K.E., J.C. Fyfe, M. Sigmond: Understanding the Eurasian winter cooling trend and its linkage to sea ice loss, U of Toronto Physics seminar, Toronto, December 2015

 

Merryfield, W J, Sospedra-Alfonso, R, Mudryk, L, Derksen, C, Kharin, V V, Initialization, potential predictability and skill of CanSIPS forecasts of snow water equivalent. CanSISE Network Workshop 2, Toronto. (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Mudryk, Derksen, Brown, Kushner (2015). "Consistency and Uncertainty Among Gridded SWE Products", Oral. SnowPEx Workshop II, Boulder.

 

Mudryk, Derksen, Kushner, Brown (2015). "Creation of an Observation-based Multi-dataset Snow Water Equivalent Product", Oral. CanSISE Workshop II, Toronto.

 

Mudryk, L., C. Derksen, R. Brown, K. Luojus, and G. Krinner. 2015. Characterization of northern hemisphere snow datasets, 1981–2010 CMIP6 land modelling “LandMIP” Workshop, Zurich, October 2015.

 

Mudryk, Kushner, Derksen (2014). "Reinterpreting Simulated Northern Hemisphere Snow Trends in the Context of Multiple Observational Estimates". Oral. EGU Annual Meeting.

 

Mudryk, Derksen, Kushner, Merryfield (2014). "Evaluation of Snow Water Equivalent Hindcasts in the Canadian Seasonal to Interannual Prediction Systems", EGU Annual Meeting.

 

Mueller, B., Gillett, N., Zwiers, F., Monahan, A., (2015), "Application of the Optimal Fingerprinting Method to Detection and Attribution of Arctic Sea Ice Change", 49th CMOS/13th AMS Congress, Whistler, BC

 

Pittana, M, Bajish CC, Haas C, 2015: Snow climatology on Arctic Sea Ice: Comparison of reanalysis and climate model data with in-situ measurements. CanSISE East regional meeting, Toronto, July 2015.

 

Renaud-Desjardins; L., B. Tremblay, (2015), “Rapid sea ice decline and ocean heat flux”, CanSISE workshop, Toronto, March, 2015; Theme C1.3, directly supported by CanSISE

 

Renaud-Desjardins; L., B. Tremblay, (2015), “Rapid sea ice decline and ocean heat flux”, Differential Equations, Probability and Sea Ice workshop, Salt Lake City, June, 2015; Theme C1.3, directly supported by CanSISE.

 

Renaud-Desjardins; L., B. Tremblay, (2015), “Rapid sea ice decline and ocean heat flux”, Conference on Mathematics of Sea Ice, Vancouver, September, 2015, Theme C1.3, supported by CanSISE.

 

Snauffer, Andrew, 2015:  Development of a Machine Learning SWE Estimation Model for BC: Early Results. Oral presentation at CanSISE Workshop, Toronto, ON.  (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Snauffer, AM, Cannon, AJ, Hsieh, WW, 2015:  Development of a Statistical Model for Snow Water Equivalent Estimates in British Columbia, Canada. Oral presentation at Congress of the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Whistler, BC.  (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Snauffer, AM, 2015:  Fusion of Snow Water Equivalent Data Products Using Machine Learning. Oral presentation at CanSISE West Regional Workshop, Victoria, BC.  (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Snauffer, AM, Cannon, AJ, Hsieh, WW, 2015:  Snow Water Equivalent Estimation Via Machine Learning in the Mountainous Region of British Columbia, Canada, accepted poster for AGU Fall Meeting, December 14-18, 2015, San Francisco, CA.  (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Slavin A., B Tremblay, D. Straub, (2015), “Idealized simulation of Ekman pumping beneath active sea ice leads”, , CanSISE workshop, Toronto, March 2015. Theme C1.3, directly supported by CanSISE.

 

Sospedra-Alfonso, R, Merryfield, W J, Changing influences of temperature and precipitation on snowpack variability in the Northern Hemisphere CanSISE Network Workshop 2, Toronto. (Theme C, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Sospedra-Alfonso, R, Merryfield, W J, Changing influences of temperature and precipitation on snowpack variability in the Northern Hemisphere, 49th CMOS Congress, Whistler, BC (accepted for oral presentation) (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Sospedra-Alfonso, R, Merryfield, W J, Initialization and potential predictability of snow in the Canadian Seasonal to Interannual Prediction System (CanSIPS), 49th CMOS Congress, Whistler, BC (accepted for poster presentation) (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

N. F. Tandon and P. J. Kushner, 2015: "Interference Between Forced and Unforced Climate Variability: Implications for the North Atlantic and the Arctic." CLIVAR-ICTP International Workshop on Decadal Climate Variability and Predictability, 16-20 November 2015, Trieste, Italy.

 

N. F. Tandon and P. J. Kushner, 2015: "Clarifying the Atmospheric Circulation's Role in Driving Arctic Sea Ice Loss." CanSISE Workshop, 24 July 2015, Toronto, Canada.

 

N. F. Tandon and P. J. Kushner, 2015: "Interference Between Forced and Unforced Climate Variability in the North Atlantic and the Arctic." University of Bergen GFI Seminar (invited), 4 May 2015, Bergen, Norway.

 

Thackeray, C.W., Fletcher C.G., Derksen C., 2015: The influence of canopy snow parameterizations on snow albedo feedback in boreal forest regions. 26th IUGG General Assembly 2015, Prague, Czech Republic (Theme C, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Thackeray, C.W., Fletcher C.G., and Derksen C., 2015: Quantifying the skill of CMIP5 models in simulating seasonal albedo and snow cover evolution. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2015 (Theme C, directly supported by CanSISE)

 

Tremblay, B., (2015), “Arctic Climate Change”, Canadian Climate Forum, Ottawa. Theme C1.3 science related to CanSISE.

 

Tremblay, B (2015), “Global Climate Change”, Northwest Passage Expedition – Worldwide Quest, Canadian Alumni Association, Northwest Passage – Kapitan Yoffe.

 

Tremblay, B (2015), “Arctic Climate Change”, Northwest Passage Expedition – Worldwide Quest, Canadian Alumni Association, Northwest Passage – Kapitan Yoffe.

 

Tremblay, B (2015), “Sea ice restoration” , Northwest Passage Expedition – Worldwide Quest, Canadian Alumni Association, Northwest Passage – Kapitan Yoffe.

 

Tremblay, B (2015), “Arctic Climate Change”, American Chest Physician Annual Meeting, Montreal, 

 

Tremblay, B., R. Cullather, P. DeRepentigny, R. Newton, S. Pfirman, (2015), Seasonal sea ice extent: How free is free?”, AGU- Fall meeting, San Francisco.

 

Williamson, M., T. Rowlandson, J. Ambadan, A. Berg, W. Helgason. 2015. Assessing the Sensitivity of the Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) Observed Brightness Temperature for Soil Freeze- Thaw Detection during Wet Snow Conditions. Joint Assembly of the 

American and Canadian Geophysical Union. Montreal, PQ, Canada.

Williams, J., B. Tremblay, (2015), “Plastic waves and stability of numerical scheme for sea ice models”, Forum for Arctic Modeling & Observational Synthesis, November 2015, Cape Cod, MA, USA. Theme C1.3, science related to CanSISE.

 

Williams, J., B. Tremblay, (2015), “Plastic waves and stability of numerical scheme for sea ice models”, Canadian Sea-ice Modeling Workshop, December 2015, Montreal, QC, Canada. Theme C1.3, science related to CanSISE.

 

Kumar, S., F. Zwiers, P. A. Dirmeyer, D. M. Lawrence, R. Shrestha, and A. T, Werner (2015). Robust and heterogeneous hydrological changes under global warming, AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco, 14-18 Dec. 2015.

 

Kumar, S.(2015). Robust hydrologic change under global warming – Theory and its application, CanSISE Workshop meeting, Toronto, ON., 11-13 Mar.

 

Kumar, S., P. A. Dirmeyer, and D. M. Lawrence (2015). Trends in wetness and dryness – revisited, Land Model and Biogeochemistry Working Group Meeting, Boulder, CO, 2-4 Mar.

 

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Gillett N., “Optimal Fingerprinting Approach to Detect Anthropogenic Signal in the Regional Hydrologic Cycle ”, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 2015.

 

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Kumar S., Gillett N., “Attribution of Hydroclimatic Changes in Western Canada to Human Influence”, 49th Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Congress, Whistler, 2015.

 

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Kumar S., Gillett N., “Detection and Attribution of Changes in the Hydrologic Quantities of Western Canada”, CanSISE Network Workshop, University of Toronto, March 11-13, 2015.

 

Zwiers, F., "Attributing causes to observed changes in Northern Climate", CanSISE Network Meeting, University of Toronto, 2015.

 

Zwiers, F., "CanSISE northern climate detection and attribution research contributions", International ad hoc Detection and Attribution Group, NCAR, Boulder, CO, 2015.

 

Zwiers, F., "Past and future climate change in British Columbia", Capital Region District Round Table on the Environment, Victoria(invited), 2015.

 

Year 2 (2014)

Blackport, R., Kushner, P.J. (2014). The climate response to sudden sea ice loss in CCSM4. International workshop on polar-lower latitude linkages and their role in weather and climate prediction, Barcelona, Spain, December 2014

Derksen, C., L. Mudryk, R. Brown, and K. Luojus. (invited) High latitude snow cover from satellite and model-derived products: observational uncertainty relative to CMIP-5 simulations. 2014 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December, 2014.

 

Derksen, C., L. Mudryk, R. Brown. Observational uncertainty and inter-model spread: challenges in determining projected changes to Arctic snow cover. WCRP/EUMETSAT Climate Symposium, Darmstadt, Germany, October 2014.

Derksen, C., and R. Brown. Arctic snow in a changing cryosphere: What have we learned from observations and CMIP5 simulations? EARSeL Special Interest Group of Land Ice and Snow workshop, Bern, Switzerland, February 2014.

Déry S J, Hernández-Henríquez M A, 2014: Polar amplification and elevation-dependence in trends of Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent, 1972-2012, Climate Science Informal Seminars, UNBC, Prince George, BC (Thursday October 2nd, 2014 (Themes B2 and C3.1, directly supported by CanSISE).

Dirkson A, Monahan A H, Merryfield W J, 2014: Estimation of Sea Ice Thickness through Maximum Covariance Analysis, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

Dirkson A, Monahan A H, Merryfield W J, 2014:  Estimating sea ice thickness from concentration using coupled SVD analysis, Victoria, BC, 9 May 2014 (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

Kang D., Gao H., Shi X., and Déry S., 2014:  Canada’s Fraser River Basin transitioning from a nival to a hybrid system in the late 20th century, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California. (Theme B3, directly supported by CanSISE)

Kumar, S., M. R. Najafi, M. Schnorbus, R. Shrestha, and A. Werner, (2014): Asymmetry in hydrologic response to climate change in Western North America – A Land-Atmosphere Interactions Perspective, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco. (Project B3, (directly supported by CanSISE).

McCusker, K.E., M. Sigmond, J.C. Fyfe: Impact of human-induced Arctic sea ice loss on the atmosphere in the face of internal variability, AGU fall meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2014

Mudryk L, Derksen C, Kushner P, Brown R. 2014. Creation and characterization of an observation-based, multi-dataset snow water equivalent product for climate model and climate forecast validation. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, December 2014. (Theme A, CanSISE supported science)

Mueller, B., Gillett, N., Zwiers, F., Monahan, A., (2014), "Detection and Attribution of Arctic Sea Ice Change", FAMOS, October 2014, Woods Hole MA

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Gillett N, 2014: Detection and Attribution of Changes in Arctic Temperature, Canadian Seas Ice and Snow Evolution Network (CanSISE) West Meeting, Victoria, 2014. (Project B1, directly supported by CanSISE)

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Gillett N, 2014: Multi-Model Detection and Attribution of Arctic Temperature Change, 48th Rimouski, 2014. (Project B1, directly supported by CanSISE)

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Gillett N., Attribution of Snow Cover Extent Decline in High Latitudes to Anthropogenic Influence, 48th Congress, Rimouski, 2014. (Project B2)

Najafi, M.R., Kumar S., Zwiers F., Gillett N., Schnorbus M., Cannon A., Shrestha R., Werner A, 2014: Anthropogenic Influence on Multi-Decadal Changes in Hydrology of Western Canada, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco. (Project B3, directly supported by CanSISE)

Snauffer, AM, Cannon, AJ, Hsieh, WW, 2014:  Evaluation of Gridded Snow Water Equivalent Products in British Columbia, Canada, accepted poster for AGU Fall Meeting, December 15-19, 2014. (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

Sospedra-Alfonso R, Merryfield W, 2014: Initialization of snow in the Canadian Seasonal to Interannual Prediction System, International Conference on Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction, College Park, MD, USA, 10-13 Feb 2013 (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

Sospedra-Alfonso R, Merryfield W, 2014: Initialization of snow in the Canadian Seasonal to Interannual Prediction System (CanSIPS), CanSISE West Meeting, Victoria, BC, 9 May 2014. (Theme A, directly supported by CanSISE)

Thackeray, C.W.*, Fletcher, C. G., and Derksen, C., 2014: The influence of canopy snow parameterizations on snow albedo feedback in boreal forest regions. 19th Annual CESM Workshop, Breckenridge, Colorado and Connaught Summer Institute in Arctic Science, Alliston, Ontario. Poster. (Theme C, directly supported by CanSISE)

Thackeray, C. W, 2014: Seasonal biases in simulated boreal snow cover and their influence on snow albedo feedback. CanSISE Ottawa CIS Meeting, Feb. 2014. Oral. (Theme C, directly supported by CanSISE)

Thackeray, C.W., 2014: Seasonal albedo and snow cover evolution of CMIP5 models in boreal forest regions. CanSISE Regional Meeting – Toronto, July 2014. Oral. (Theme C, directly supported by CanSISE)

Kumar, S., M. R. Najafi, M. Schnorbus, R. Shrestha, and A. Warner (2014), Asymmetry in hydrologic response of climate change in Western North America – A Land-Atmosphere Interactions Perspective, AGU Fall Meeting, 15-19 Dec., 2014.

Najafi M.R., Kumar S., Zwiers F., Gillett N., Schnorbus M., Cannon A., Shrestha R., Werner A., “Anthropogenic Influence on Multi-Decadal Changes in Hydrology of Western Canada”, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 2014.

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Gillett N., “Multi-Model Detection and Attribution of Arctic Temperature Change”, 48th Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Congress, Rimouski, 2014.

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Gillett N., “Attribution of Snow Cover Extent Decline in High Latitudes to Anthropogenic Influence”, 48th Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Congress, Rimouski, 2014.

Najafi M.R., Zwiers F., Gillett N., “Detection and Attribution of Changes in Arctic Temperature”, Canadian Seas Ice and Snow Evolution Network (CanSISE) West Meeting, Victoria, 2014.

Zwiers, F., "Attributing northern high-latitudes precipitation change in late 20th century to Human Influence", Canadian Snow and Sea-Ice Evolution Network Workshop, University of Victoria, 2014.

Year 1 (2013)

Berg A. 2013: Overview of snow and land surface initialization plans for CanSIPS. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Carrerra M. 2013: Advances in Land Surface Data Assimilation at EC: Focus upon improved analysis of snow cover. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Derksen C. 2013: Observation-based snow analyses and modeling applications. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Dery S.J., Hernández-Henríquez, M H 2013: On the changing hydrologic regime of the Fraser River Basin, Canada. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Dery S J., and Hernández-Henríquez M.H. 2013: On Polar amplification and elevation dependence of snow cover extent in the Northern Hemisphere, 1972-2012. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Flato G. 2013: IPCC WG-1 Overview. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Fletcher C. 2013: Research on snow processes and feedbacks, and integration with CanSISE. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Fyfe J., von Salzen K., Gillet N.P., Arora V.K., Flato G.M., and McConnell J.R. 2013: One hundred years of Arctic surface temperature variation due to anthropogenic influence. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Haas C. 2013: Arctic field and satellite observations. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Haas C. 2013: Arctic Sea Ice - Where are we headed? Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions (POAC2013), Helsinki, Finland, Jun. 09 - 13, 2013.

Kushner P. 2013: CanSISE Workshop 1 Introduction and Discussions. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Kushner P. 2013: Snow Trends of the Last 20 Years. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Kushner P. 2013: Linkages between Arctic Sea Ice Loss and Midlatitude Weather Patterns. CanSISE East Meeting, Waterloo, Ontario, Oct. 02, 2013.

Kushner P., Screen J., and Barnes, E. 2013: The Role of Artic Sea Ice Loss vs. Other Factors. US National Academy of Sciences workshop on Linkages between Arctic Sea Ice Loss and Mid Latitude Weather Patterns, College Park, Maryland, Sept. 19, 2013.

Kushner P. 2013: Roles of the Stratosphere and Seasonal Snow Cover in Arctic/Midlatitude linkages. US National Academy of Sciences workshop on Linkages between Arctic Sea Ice Loss and Mid Latitude Weather Patterns, College Park, Maryland, Sept. 19, 2013.

Kushner P., Mudryk L., and Derksen, C. 2013: Large Ensemble Analysis of Northern Hemisphere Snow Trends. Community Earth System Model Workshop, Breckenridge, Colorado,

Kushner P. and Mudryk L. (2013) Interpreting observed Northern Hemisphere snow trends with large ensembles of climate simulations. Seasonal to Decadal Prediction Workshop, Toulouse, France, May 15, 2013.

Luojus K., J. Pulliainen, M. Takala, J. Lemmetyinen, T. Smolander, J. Ikonen, J. Cohen, C. Derksen, and S. Pinnock. 2013: Evolution of the GlobSnow snow water equivalent retrieval methodology for  climate research purposes. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Melbourne, July, 2013.

Merryfield B. 2013: Results from EC's CanSIPS prediction system. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Merryfield B. 2013: Results CanSIPS prediction system development plans. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013

Scinocca J. 2013: Seasonal forecasts of Arctic sea ice area. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Sigmond M. 2013: Seasonal forecasts of Arctic sea ice area. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Slavin A. 2013: Vertical ocean heat fluxes beneath Linear Kinematic Features: a potential mechanism for rapid sea-ice decline in the Arctic, Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly, Davos, Switzerland.

Slavin A. 2013: Vertical ocean heat fluxes beneath Linear Kinematic Features: a potential mechanism for rapid sea-ice decline in the Arctic, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA.

Smith D. 2013: Seasonal to decadal prediction of the Arctic Oscillation. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria,British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Snauffer A., Hseih W., and Cannon A. 2013: Large-scale snow water equivalent measurement in British Columbia: an evaluation of gridded data products. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Thackeray C., Fletcher C., and Derksen C. 2013: Assessing the impact of snow albedo on climate feedbacks over the northern boreal forest in climate models. CanSISE East Meeting Toronto, March 2013, June 2013. CanSISE East Meeting Waterloo, Ontario, Oct. 02, 2013.

Tremblay B. 2013: Rapid sea ice decline: an ocean mechanism. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Tremblay B. 2013: Vertical ocean heat fluxes beneath Linear Kinematic Features: a potential mechanism for rapid sea-ice decline in the Arctic ,Ouranos, Montreal, Canada.

Tremblay B. 2013: Vertical ocean heat fluxes beneath Linear Kinematic Features: a potential mechanism for rapid sea-ice decline in the Arctic, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, USA.

Tremblay B. 2013: Landfast sea ice variability and modelling, FAMOS workshop, WHOI, Woods Hole, MA, USA.

Tremblay B. 2013: La dynamique de la glace de mer et le climat, Gestion de risques face aux changements climatiques dans le domaine de l’eau - Les enjeux d’adaptation dans les domaines sanitaires, agricoles et environnementaux, Les Entretiens Jacques Cartier, Lyon, France.  

von Salzen K. 2013: Parameterization of Arctic Climate Processes in CanAM. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Zweirs F. 2013: Observed and Projected High Latitude Regional Climate Change. CanSISE Workshop 1, Victoria, British Columbia, Oct. 28 - Nov. 01, 2013.

Zwiers, F., "Foreseeing long term and short term hydrologic changes in BC drainage basins",Hydropower Operations and Planning Interest Group Workshop, Manitoba Hydro, Winnipeg, Man, 2013.

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