Posters UP1.3

UP1.3

Understanding and modelling of atmospheric hazards and severe weather phenomena
Convener: Fulvio Stel  | Co-Conveners: Victoria Sinclair , Mario Marcello Miglietta , Dario Giaiotti , Jordi Mazon , Sante Laviola 
Orals
 / Fri, 08 Sep, 09:30–15:30  / Room Business school 1
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 08 Sep, 10:30–11:30  / Display Thu, 07 Sep, 09:00–Fri, 08 Sep, 16:00  / Poster area

Display time: Thursday, 7 September 2017 09:00–Friday, 8 September 16:00
Attendance Time: Friday, 8 September 2017, 10:30–11:30
Poster area
Extreme tempertures

Poster area
P89
EMS2017-203
Evaluation of meteorological factors associated with recent severe heat waves and cold spells in EURO-CORDEX RCMs over Central Europe
Ondřej Lhotka, Jan Kyselý, and Eva Plavcová

P90
EMS2017-759
Spatial extent and intensity of temperature extremes - multicomponent analysis in different scales (the example for Europe)
Agnieszka Sulikowska and Agnieszka Wypych

P91
EMS2017-471
Consecutive cold waves over Greece during winter time 2017
Kyriakoula Papachristopoulou, Panagiotis T. Nastos, and Nicholas G. Prezerakos

P92
EMS2017-713
Weather patterns of joint modes of extreme climate indices over Greece.
Iliana D. Polychroni and Panagiotis T. Nastos

P93
EMS2017-407 | presentation | presentation
Threshold correction of regional climate model ensembles for climate extreme assessments on the country level
Peter Hoffmann, Christoph Menz, and Arne Spekat

Heavy rainfall

P94
EMS2017-356
Nowcasting of heavy rainfall using the stability indices obtained from the ground-based microwave radiometer network in Seoul metropolitan area
Yunyoung Song, Moon-Soo Park, Sung-Hwa Park, and Jung-Hoon Chae

P95
EMS2017-310
Flash floods in Portugal in the period 1950 – 2003 and their interconnection to large scale atmospheric drivers
Mónica Santos, Marcelo Fragoso, and João A. Santos

P96
EMS2017-584
The spatial and seasonal variability of extreme precipitation events in Central Europe
Blanka Gvoždíková, Miloslav Müller, and Marek Kašpar

P97
EMS2017-345 | presentation | presentation
Observational study and High Resolution Numerical Experiment for Localized Heavy Precipitation Events in Seoul metropolitan area
Joon-Woo Roh, Jung-Hoon Lee, and Jeong-Gyun Park

Tropical and extratropical cyclones

P98
EMS2017-647 | presentation | presentation
A meteorological analysis and model inter-comparison of Storm Doris over Ireland
Aurélie Tillet and Alan Hally

P99 EMS2017-523
On the kinetic energies of tropical cyclones of different origins (withdrawn)
Márk Iván and Péter Tasnádi

P100
EMS2017-13 | presentation | presentation
An explicit method of mesoscale convective storm prediction for Central region of Russia
Inna Gubenko and Konstantin Rubinstein

P101 EMS2017-617
Ensemble Forecasting on a Tropical -- like Cyclone over Southwestern Greece (withdrawn)
Markos Mylonas Dirdiris, Panagiotis Nastos, and Ioannis Matsangouras

Synoptic patterns and atmospheric hazards

P102
EMS2017-776
On the Relationship Between Atmospheric Rivers, Weather Types and Floods in Galicia (NW Spain)
Jorge Eiras-Barca, Nieves Lorenzo, Juan Taboada, Swen Brands, Alba Robles, and Gonzalo Miguez-Macho

P103
EMS2017-727
Atmospheric circulation conditions during events of high precipitable water content in troposphere (PW) over south-west Poland.
Hanna Ojrzyńska, Maciej Kryza, Marek Błaś, and Mieczysław Sobik

Moisture and aerosols and lightning

P104
EMS2017-226 | presentation | presentation
Spatial and temporal Lightning distribution in Basque Country.
Santiago Gaztelumendi, Joseba Egaña, Arkaitz Etxezarreta, and José Antonio Aranda

P105
EMS2017-757
An unusual fog episode at Lisbon airport (Portugal): Performance of ECMWF and AROME models
Margarida Belo-Pereira and João Andrade Santos

P106
EMS2017-755 | presentation | presentation
Application of GNSS tomography in 3D representation of atmospheric moisture during large scale intense precipitation events with Poland as an example
Marek Błaś, Witold Rohm, Mieczysław Sobik, Hugues Brenot, Estera Trzina, and Maciej Kryza

P107 EMS2017-295
Scavenging of radioactive gases due to adsorption by atmospheric nanoaerosols (withdrawn)
Tov Elperin, Andrew Fominykh, Itzhak Katra, and Boris Krasovitov