Posters UP3.3

UP3.3

Synoptic climatology
Conveners: Radan Huth , Rasmus Benestad 
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 / Tue, 05 Sep, 09:45–14:45  / Gallery
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 / Attendance Wed, 06 Sep, 18:00–19:30  / Display Tue, 05 Sep, 13:00–Wed, 06 Sep, 19:30  / Poster area
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Display time: Tuesday, 05 Sep 13:00–Wednesday, 06 Sep 19:30
Attendance Time: Wednesday, 06 Sep, 18:00–19:30
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Chairperson: Rasmus Benestad
P108
EMS2017-16 | Presentation
An objective circulation pattern classification for the Antarctic Peninsula Region
Klara Ambrozova and Kamil Laska

P109
EMS2017-35
A climatology of explosive cyclones using a multi tracking approach
Marco Reale, Margarida L.R. Liberato, Piero Lionello, Joaquim G. Pinto, Sven Ulbrich, and Urs Neu and the IMILAST TEAM

P110
EMS2017-76 | Presentation
The issues in the detection of teleconnection patterns by principal component analysis: Examples of the Arctic, Barents, and North Atlantic Oscillations
Romana Beranova and Radan Huth

P111
EMS2017-108
An investigation into the spatial variability of air temperature field: Lithuania’s case
Arūnas Bukantis

P112
EMS2017-133
Synoptic analysis of heat waves over Croatia 2012-2016
Dunja Plačko-Vršnak, Krunoslav Mikec, and Marija Mokorić

P113
EMS2017-269
Proposed numerical definition of persistent cold air pools over the Carpathian Basin
Karolina Szabóné André, Judit Bartholy, and Rita Pongrácz

P114
EMS2017-348
Heavy Rainfall Related Weather Patterns during the Baiu Season and their Future Changes
Masamichi Ohba

P115
EMS2017-435
Climatological Study of Mediterranean Cyclones Affecting South-East of Europe between 1980 and 2016
Sabina Stefan, Florinela Georgescu, and Nicu Barbu

P116
EMS2017-443
An operative chain of probabilistic seasonal forecast based on circulation type classifications driven by an ensemble global model
Gianni Messeri, Alfonso Crisci, Roberto Vallorani, Matteo Rossi, Bernardo Gozzini, and Giampiero Maracchi

P117
EMS2017-596
How has the Northern Hemisphere circulation changed during the 20th century?
Vladimír Piskala and Radan Huth

P118
EMS2017-758
Atmospheric moisture content over Europe and its circulation conditionings
Agnieszka Wypych, Bogdan Bochenek, and Zbigniew Ustrnul

P119
EMS2017-761
Air masses typology for the territory of Poland – methodological approach
Michal Rozycki, Bogdan Bochenek, Zbigniew Ustrnul, and Agnieszka Wypych

P120
EMS2017-655
Heavy precipitation over Central Europe and the role of atmospheric cyclone track types
Michael Hofstätter, Günter Blöschl, Annnemarie Lexer, and Markus Homann

P121
EMS2017-528 | Presentation
Drivers of precipitation extremes in Poland in different spatial and temporal scales
Joanna Wibig and Piotr Piotrowski