Poster CL8

CL8

Synoptic Climatology
Conveners: R. Huth , R.E. Benestad 
Session details
Oral
 / Mon, 09 Sep, 14:00–19:00 / Room 109
Poster
 / Attendance Mon, 09 Sep, 16:00–17:00 / Display Mon, 09 Sep, 09:00–Tue, 10 Sep, 19:00 / Poster Area 2
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Display time: Monday, 09 Sep 09:00–Tuesday, 10 Sep 19:00
Attendance Time: Monday, 09 Sep, 16:00–17:00
Poster Area 2
Chairperson: Radan Huth, Rasmus Benestad
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EMS2013-127 | Presentation
Characterizing the connection between large-scale atmospheric conditions and local PM10 concentrations in Bavaria by means of circulation and weather type classification
C. Weitnauer, C. Beck, and J. Jacobeit

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EMS2013-100
Diagnosis of an episode with severe thunderstorms in Portugal
J. Sousa, M. Fragoso, and J.A Santos

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EMS2013-398
Are subseasonal temperature trends in Europe determined by changes in atmospheric circulation?
M. Cahynova and L. Pokorna

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EMS2013-402
Suitability of various sea-level pressure datasets for synoptic studies in European regions
M. Cahynova and E. Plavcova

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EMS2013-124 | Presentation
Heavy Precipitation and it causing Atmosphere Circulation Processes in Lithuanian River Basins
A. Bukantis and K. Grinevič

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EMS2013-595
Weather regimes and the evolution of circulation in the North Atlantic/European region
D. Fereday

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EMS2013-477
A climatology of North Atlantic upper-tropospheric weather patterns under present and future climates
E. Irvine, K. Shine, and B. Hoskins

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EMS2013-589
Precipitation Episodes and their association to weather types over Mainland Portugal
S. C. Pereira, A. C. Carvalho, and A. Rocha

FF39 EMS2013-551
Atmospheric circulation response to Arctic sea ice loss (withdrawn)
R. Petrie, L. Shaffrey, and R. Sutton

FF40 EMS2013-679
Frequency of occurrence of drought in southern part of Romania. Correlations with air circulations types (withdrawn)
C. Burada, S. Stefan, N. Barbu, and L. Velea

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EMS2013-594
Comparison of cyclone climatology from a regional climate model simulation and from two reanalyses
F.D. Kelemen, J. Bartholy, R. Pongrácz, and T. Práger