Poster Programme CL3.1

CL3.1

Monthly, seasonal and decadal forecasting
Convener: Geert Jan van Oldenborgh  | Co-Conveners: Francisco J. Doblas-Reyes , Mark A. Liniger 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 03 May, 10:30–12:00  / Room 17
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 03 May, 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Monday, 3 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
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XY377
EGU2010-15271
Risk of model weighting in multi-model climate projections - lessons learnt from seasonal forecasting
Andreas Weigel, Mark Liniger, Christof Appenzeller, and Andreas Fischer

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XY378
EGU2010-9583
Stochastic Climate Change Scenario Generator: its Use in Probabilistic Climate Change Impact Assessments and in Estimating Missing Climatic Elements
Martin Dubrovsky

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XY379
EGU2010-13255
Frequentist and Bayesian analyses of the uncertainty associated with regional wind estimations
E. García-Bustamante, J. F. González-Rouco, P. A. Jiménez, J. Navarro, and J. P. Montávez

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XY380
EGU2010-13118
Long-range Prediction of climatic Change in the Eastern Seaboard of Thailand over the 21st Century using various Downscaling Approaches
Werapol Bejranonda, Manfred Koch, and Sucharit Koontanakulvong

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XY381
EGU2010-15384
A pause in the rise in upper ocean heat content: how unusual is it, and where does the heat go?
Caroline Katsman and Geert Jan van Oldenborgh

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XY382
EGU2010-866
Constructing and Validating a Decadal Prediction Model
I. Foss, D.K. Woolf, A.S. Gagnon, and C.J. Merchant

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XY383
EGU2010-11134
Decadal Prediction Experiments using EC-EARTH
Bert Wouters, Wilco Hazeleger, and Geert Jan van Oldenborgh

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XY384
EGU2010-12425
Impact of Different Ocean Reanalyses on Decadal Climate Prediction
Jürgen Kröger, Wolfgang Müller, and Jin-Song von Storch

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XY385
EGU2010-12960
Initializing decadal climate predictions over the North Atlantic region
Daniela Mihaela Matei, Holger Pohlmann, Johann Jungclaus, Wolfgang Müller, Helmuth Haak, and Jochem Marotzke

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XY386
EGU2010-13972
Nudging atmosphere and ocean reanalyses for seasonal climate predictions
Robert Piontek, Johanna Baehr, Luis Kornblueh, Wolfgang Alexander Müller, Helmuth Haak, Michael Botzet, and Daniela Matei

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XY387
EGU2010-1328
Climatological Analysis of Solar Surface Irradiation Data Sets for Central Europe
Christine Traeger-Chatterjee, Richard W. Mueller, and Joerg Trentmann

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XY388
EGU2010-11809
Sensitivity of fall seasonal forecasts over Western Europe to atmospheric resolution and physics.
Jean-François Guérémy, Nabil Laanaia, and Jean-Pierre Céron

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XY389
EGU2010-1960
Seasonal Prediction of drought classes by Markov chains coupled with atmospheric regime transitions
Carlos Pires and João Sousa

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XY390
EGU2010-3476
Predictability of Atlantic Nino
Reindert Haarsma and Wilco Hazeleger

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XY391
EGU2010-10200
Affections of SSTa in North Atlantic and Arctic Ocean on cold air activity over the east China marginal seas
Jilin Sun, Xiaomeng Shi, Yan Jiao, and Xinxin Ye

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XY392
EGU2010-9839
Tropical storm variability and its relationship to large-scale modes of climate variability
Wan-Ling Tseng, Noel Keenlyside, and Kevin Hodges

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XY393
EGU2010-5024
Representation and predictability of North Atlantic winter storms in DEMETER and ENSEMBLES seasonal hindcast data
Dominik Renggli, Gregor C. Leckebusch, Stephanie Gleixner, Uwe Ulbrich, and Eberhard Faust

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XY394
EGU2010-10430
Simulated atmospheric response to Gulf Stream variability
Ralf Hand, Noel Keenlyside, Nour-Eddine Omrani, Mojib Latif, and Shoshiro Minobe

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XY395
EGU2010-15292
Changes in storm tracks and planetary wave structure
Reindert Haarsma

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XY396
EGU2010-14874
Energy budget of the extreme Autumn 2006 in Europe
Mxolisi Shongwe, Rune Graversen, Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, and Bart van den Hurk

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XY397
EGU2010-11304
Improving ECMWF's monthly precipitation forecasts in France with an analog method
Marie Berthelot, Laurent Dubus, and Joël Gailhard

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XY398
EGU2010-3868
Impact of Atmospheric Tides on Climate Models
Francis Gachari, David M. Mulati, and John N. Mutuku