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Posters AS1.14

AS1.14

Mid-latitude Cyclones and Storms: Diagnostics of Observed and Future Trends, and related Impacts
Convener: Gregor C. Leckebusch  | Co-Conveners: Joaquim G. Pinto , Uwe Ulbrich 
Orals
 / Wed, 30 Apr, 08:30–12:00
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 30 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Poster Summaries & DiscussionsPSD14.14  / Thu, 01 Jan, 01:00–14:15  

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 30 April 2014, 17:30–19:00
Yellow Posters
Chairperson: U. Ulbrich
Z60
EGU2014-3127 | presentation
Moisture sources for subtropical cyclogenesis over Southwestern South Atlantic
Luiz Felippe Gozzo, Luis Gimeno, and Rosmeri P. da Rocha

Yellow Posters
Z61
EGU2014-3431
Transient hysteresis of storm tracks response to anthropogenic forcing variation
Yuliya Martynova and Vladimir Krupchatnikov

Yellow Posters
Z62
EGU2014-15735
Kinematic vorticity number - a tool for estimating circulations and cyclone sizes
Lisa Schielicke, Annette Müller, Peter Nevir, Uwe Ulbrich, and Rupert Klein

Yellow Posters
Z63
EGU2014-15403
Weather Regimes and cyclonic activity in the North Atlantic European region: present and future climates
Tiago Rodrigues, Alfredo Rocha, Paulo Melo-Gonçalves, João A. Santos, and Joaquim G. Pinto

Yellow Posters
Z64
EGU2014-3448
From cyclone tracks to the costs of European winter storms: A probabilistic loss assessment model
Dominik Renggli, Thierry Corti, Stefan Reese, Marc Wueest, Elisabeth Viktor, and Peter Zimmerli

Yellow Posters
Z65
EGU2014-3888
Large-scale atmospheric flow conditions and sea surface temperatures associated with hazardous winter winds in Switzerland
Christoph Welker and Olivia Martius

Yellow Posters
Z66
EGU2014-4041
Climate change of Southern Hemisphere cyclone activity and its possible mechanisms
Mareike Schuster, Markus Donat, Jens Grieger, Gregor C. Leckebusch, and Uwe Ulbrich

Yellow Posters
Z67
EGU2014-5191 | presentation
Storm surges in Danish waters: tide gauge data as proxy for storm winds
Peter Thejll

Yellow Posters
Z68
EGU2014-5463
Cyclone tracking in the Mediterranean region using a multi-variable ensemble technique
Fanni Dora Kelemen, Judit Bartholy, and Rita Pongrácz

Yellow Posters
Z70
EGU2014-6670
Intercomparison of mid latitude storm diagnostics (IMILAST) - project update
Urs Neu and the IMILAST Team

Yellow Posters
Z71
EGU2014-7013
Rossby wave-breaking analysis of explosive cyclones in the Euro-Atlantic sector
Iñigo Gómara, Joaquim G. Pinto, Tim Woollings, Giacomo Masato, Pablo Zurita-Gotor, and Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca

Yellow Posters
Z72
EGU2014-7737
The relation of objectively detected Rossby-Wave-Trains and extratropical cyclones in the North Atlantic
Mareike Schuster, Ingo Kirchner, Philip Lorenz, Uwe Ulbrich, and Andreas Will

Yellow Posters
Z73
EGU2014-12240
Extreme Precipitation Events over the Iberian Atlantic Margin: The Role of Atmospheric Rivers
Jorge Eiras and Gonzalo Miguez-Macho

Yellow Posters
Z74
EGU2014-9587
Toward the climatological study of polar lows over the Japan Sea
Wataru Yanase

Yellow Posters
Z75
EGU2014-11627
Influence of magnitude and location of tropospheric growth factors for the transformation of cyclones to severe storms over the North Atlantic
Simon Wild and Gregor C. Leckebusch

Yellow Posters
Z76
EGU2014-864
Satellite information and NCEP / NCAR reanalysis application for the analysis of cyclonic activity in the Mediterranean-Black Sea region
Veronika Maslova, Elena Voskresenskaya, Tatiana Bayankina, and Aleksander Yurovsky

Yellow Posters
Z77
EGU2014-1851
A stream-based classification of European cyclone tracks
Michael Hofstätter, Barbara Chimani, Reinhold Steinacker, and Günther Blöschl

Yellow Posters
Z78
EGU2014-8913
Extreme Windstorms and Related Impacts on Iberia
Margarida L. R. Liberato, Paulina Ordóñez, Joaquim G. Pinto, Alexandre M. Ramos, Melanie K. Karremann, and Isabel F. Trigo

Yellow Posters
Z79
EGU2014-11868
Dynamics of the Gong windstorm (Jan 2013) in the context of a 20-year high-resolution simulation of Iberian climate
Pedro M.A. Miranda, Maria João Chinita, Rita Cardoso, Pedro Soares, Pedro Viterbo, Paulo Pinto, and Manuel Mendes