The European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU) is taking place from 19 to 30 April 2021, bringing together geoscientists from all over the world and providing a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience.

Many CONSTRAIN scientists will be presenting their research through sessions, talks and short presentations.  Some of the highlights are provided below, and we’ll be tweeting throughout @constrain_eu.

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Mon, 26 Apr, 11:00–12:30
CL5.2.1 Simple climate models: development and applications (session)

Christopher Smith, Kalyn Dorheim, Zebedee R. Nicholls, Bjørn Samset and Ben Sanderson

Tue, 27 Apr 11:21–11:23
AS1.22 The vertical structure and variability of the meso-scale motion field in the trades  

Geet George, Bjorn Stevens, Sandrine Bony, and Raphaela Vogel

Tue 27 Apr 11:27–11:29
AS1.22 Quantifying the interplay of clouds and their environment through an energetic lens during EUREC4A  

Anna Lea Albright, Sandrine Bony, Bjorn Stevens, and Raphaela Vogel

Tue 27 Apr 13:30–13:40
AS1.22 On the imprint of the mesoscale organization of tradewind clouds at cloud base and below

Sandrine Bony, Pierre-Etienne Brilouet, Patrick Chazette, Pierre Coutris, Julien Delanoë, Marie Lothon, Nicolas Rochetin, Alfons Schwarzenboeck, and Bjorn Stevens

Tue, 27 Apr, 13:30–13:35
AS1.19 Climate impact of aircraft-induced cirrus assessed from satellite observations before and during COVID-19 

Johannes Quaas, Edward Gryspeerdt, Robert Vautard, and Olivier Boucher

Tue, 27 Apr, 14:04–14:06
AS1.22 Why sometimes its simply sunny (in the trades)

Bjorn Stevens, Ilya Serikov, Anna Lea Albright, Sandrine Bony, Geet George, Lutz Hirsch, Friedhelm Jansen, Tobias Kölling, Hauke Schulz, Raphaela Vogel, and Ludwig Worbes

Wed, 28 Apr, 09:49–09:51
ITS3.2/BG7 The kids aren’t alright 

Wim Thiery, Stefan Lange, Joeri Rogelj, Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Lukas Gudmundsson, Sonia I. Seneviratne, Katja Frieler, Kerry Emanuel, Tobias Geiger, David N. Bresch, Fang Zhao, Sven N. Willner, Matthias Büchner, and Jan Volkholz and the ISIMIP modelling team

Wed, 28 Apr, 13:37–13:39
CL3.1.8  Updated attribution of GSAT changes and implications 

Aurélien Ribes, Saïd Qasmi, and Nathan Gillett

Thu, 29 Apr, 15:30–17:00
CL3.2.18  Towards a net-zero world: remaining carbon budgets, climate response to different emission pathways, and implications for policy (session)

Katarzyna Tokarska, Andrew MacDougall, Joeri Rogelj, and Kirsten Zickfeld

Fri, 30 Apr, 09:00–09:10
AS1.18  Climate effects of changing aerosol emissions over the coming decades 

Bjorn H. Samset, Camilla W. Stjern, and Marianne T. Lund

Fri, 30 Apr, 15:40–15:42
AS3.3  Past, present and future aerosol forcing derived from CMIP6

Christopher Smith, Glen Harris, Matthew Palmer, Nicolas Bellouin, William Collins, Michael Schulz, Gunnar Myhre, Jean-Christophe Golaz, Mark Ringer, Trude Storelvmo, and Piers Forster

Fri, 30 Apr, 15:56–15:58
AS3.3  Cloud rapid adjustments 

Gunnar Myhre