Poster Programme NH1.9

NH1.9

Hydrometeorological modeling under extremes: issues of scale, dependence and robust frameworks for collective risk assessment
Convener: Boyko Dodov  | Co-Conveners: András Bárdossy , Murugesu Sivapalan , Antonio Parodi , Efi Foufoula-Georgiou 
Oral Programme
 / Tue, 04 May, 13:30–17:00  / Room 3
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 04 May, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00
 / Attendance Tue, 04 May, 17:30–19:00  /  / Attendance 17:30–19:00  / Halls X/Y

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 4 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Chairperson: Boyko Dodov
Statistical approaches to modeling dependant extremes and assessing collective hydrometeorological risk

Halls X/Y
XY523
EGU2010-11926
An integrated statistical and hydraulic modelling approach for collective flood risk assessment
Rob Lamb, Caroline Keef, Jonathan A Tawn, Barry Hankin, and Paul Dunning

XY524
EGU2010-15150
Are rainfall fields pairwisely structured?
Jhan Rodriguez-Fernandez and Andras Bardossy

XY525
EGU2010-15310
Annual precipitation and maximum daily flow relationship in Southern Spain basins
Cristina Aguilar, Marta Egüen, María José Polo, and Miguel Losada

XY526
EGU2010-6609
Using elliptical copulas to model spatial dependence in regional frequency analysis : pros and cons.
benjamin renard

XY527
EGU2010-11036
Analysis of the dependence of extreme rainfalls
Simone Padoan, Christophe Ancey, and Marc Parlange

XY528
EGU2010-10964
A simple approach for stochastic generation of spatial rainfall patterns
Angelica Tarpanelli, Marco Franchini, Stefania Camici, Luca Brocca, Florisa Melone, and Tommaso Moramarco

XY529 EGU2010-4117
New discrete Markov chain-based modeling for flash flood prediction (withdrawn)
Alexandre Cunha Costa and Axel Bronstert

XY530
EGU2010-10996
A stochastic rainfall-runoff model explains Schreiber's (1904) empirical equation
Klaus Fraedrich

Understanding the physical origins of scaling and dependence in hydrometeorological phenomena

XY531
EGU2010-8387
The importance of convective equilibrium and non-equilibrium conditions for the characterization of the predictability of severe storms in Italy
Luca Molini, Antonio Parodi, Nicola Rebora, and George C. Craig

XY532 EGU2010-10209
Comparing model-state and model-physics ensembles for high-resolution NWP simulation of the Boscastle flood (withdrawn)
Robert Plant, Giovanni Leoncini, and Suzanne Gray

XY533
EGU2010-7472
Abnormal storm waves in the East/Japan Sea in winter: Generation process and hindcasting
Han Soo Lee, Takao Yamashita, and Jae-Seol Shim

XY534
EGU2010-6325
Tropical cyclogenesis and the gravitational field of Earth
Borys Kapochkin, Valery Mikhaylov, Nataliya Kucherenko, and Vadim Dilya

XY535
EGU2010-5190
Reduction Continuous Rank Probability Score for Hydrological Ensemble Prediction System
Nguyen Bao Trinh, Jutta Thielen del-Pozo, Florian Pappenberger, Hannah L. Cloke, and Konrad Bogner

XY536
EGU2010-13351
Quantifying the hydrometeorological origins and space-time characteristics of trans-basin floods
Steffi Uhlemann, Janek Zimmer, Yeshewatesfa Hundecha, and Bruno Merz

XY537
EGU2010-3549
Vulnerability Assessment of Housing Damage in the Philippines Due to an Increase Increase in Typhoon Intensity
Miguel Esteban, Per Stromberg, and Alexandros Gasparatos