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  9:00-  9:30
registration

  9:30-  9:50 Bill RANDEL (NCAR)
                     Shigeo YODEN (Kyoto University) 
opening

   < Session 1 >  Overviews and GCM studies   

Chair: Karen ROSENLOF (NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory)

  9:50-10:30 Ted SHEPHERD (University of Toronto)
Issues in stratosphere-troposphere coupling

 break 

11:00-11:40 V. RAMASWAMY (Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory)
Importance of stratosphere-troposphere coupling in climate change studies

11:40-12:20 Masaaki TAKAHASHI (University of Tokyo)
Ozone variations in middle atmosphere general circulation models with chemistry

 lunch 

Chair: Makoto KOIKE (University of Tokyo)

14:00-14:40 David RIND (NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies)
Increased CO
2 and solar variability influences on the troposphere through wave-mean flow interactions

14:40-15:20
Toshihiko HIROOKA (Kyushu University)
Interannual variations of the general circulation and polar stratospheric ozone losses in a general circulation model

15:20-16:00 Byron BOVILLE (NCAR)
Coupled modeling of the lower and middle atmosphere

 break 

16:30-17:10
Hitoshi MUKOUGAWA (Hokkaido University)
Formation of the zonal asymmetry in wintertime circulations in an idealized AGCM: Westerly jet core, stationary eddy, and storm track

17:10-17:50 John SCINOCCA (Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling & Analysis)
Nonhydrostatic effects in the parameterization of non-orographic gravity-wave drag

18:00-19:30  welcome reception 





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