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Extreme meteorological and hydrological events induced by severe weather and climate change
Convener: Athanasios Loukas  | Co-Conveners: Maria-Carmen Llasat , Uwe Ulbrich 
Orals
 / Wed, 20 Apr, 13:30–15:00
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 20 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 20 April 2016, 17:30–19:00
Hall D
Chairperson: M-C Llasat, Uwe Ulbrich, Athanasios Loukas
D.1
EGU2016-2937
A Subtropical Cyclone in the Canary Islands: the October 2014 event
Lara Quitian, Maria Luisa Martin, Juan Jesús González-Alemán, Daniel Santos-Muñoz, and Francisco Valero Rodríguez

Hall D
D.2
EGU2016-2125
Alternating flood and drought hazards in the Drava Plain, Hungary
Dénes Lóczy, József Dezső, Péter Gyenizse, and Adrienne Ortmann-Ajkai

Hall D
D.3 EGU2016-3094
Multivariate Analysis of Extreme Natural Hazards Combination: Basics and Examples. (withdrawn)
Anne Dutfoy

Hall D
D.4
EGU2016-3919
Comparison between Two Methods for agricultural drought disaster risk in southwestern China
lanying han and qiang zhang

Hall D
D.5
EGU2016-4221
Identification of anomalous motion of thunderstorms using daily rainfall fields
Anna del Moral, Maria Carmen Llasat, and Tomeu Rigo

Hall D
D.6
EGU2016-4287 | presentation
Considerations about gust wind thresholds related to social impact: study of different regions in Catalonia
Laura Barberia, Jéssica Amaro, Montserrat Aran, and Maria del Carmen Llasat

Hall D
D.7
EGU2016-5535
Evaluation of Spatio-temporal Drought using Water Resource Quantile Map
Soojin Moon, Aesook Suh, and Boosik Kang

Hall D
D.8
EGU2016-6036
Changes in heat waves characteristics over Extremadura (SW Spain): duration, intensity and frequency
Javier Acero, Sylvie Parey, María Isabel Fernández-Fernández, Víctor Manuel Carrasco, and José Agustín García

Hall D
D.9
EGU2016-7849
Characterization of droughts using Copulas: frequency analysis and spatial patterns in Guangdong, China
Dong Hua

Hall D
D.10
EGU2016-10674
tropical cyclone risk analysis: a decisive role of its track
C. Chelsea Nam, Doo-Sun R. Park, and Chang-Hoi Ho

Hall D
D.11
EGU2016-12448
Assessment of Coastal and Urban Flooding Hazards Applying Extreme Value Analysis and Multivariate Statistical Techniques: A Case Study in Elwood, Australia
Gabriela Guimarães Nobre, Karsten Arnbjerg-Nielsen, Dan Rosbjerg, and Henrik Madsen

Hall D
D.12
EGU2016-14542
Estimation of Hail Risk in the UK and Europe
Eric Robinson, Melanie Parker, and Stephanie Higgs

Hall D
D.13
EGU2016-14668
Multivariate Statistical Modelling of Drought and Heat Wave Events
Colin Manning, Martin Widmann, Mathieu Vrac, Douglas Maraun, and Emanuele Bevaqua

Hall D
D.14 EGU2016-15503
Frequency analysis of future landslide occurrences by using rainfall point processes and hydrological models (withdrawn)
Davide Luciano De Luca, Ennio Ferrari, and Pasquale Versace

Hall D
D.15
EGU2016-16208
Evaluation of various modelling approaches in flood routing simulation and flood area mapping
George Papaioannou, Athanasios Loukas, Lampros Vasiliades, and Giuseppe Aronica

Hall D
D.16
EGU2016-1376
Characteristics and changes of regional wet and dry heat wave events in China during 1960-2013
Ting Ding, Zongjian Ke, and Jin Li

Hall D
D.17
EGU2016-14104
A novel approach for detecting heat waves: the Standardized Heat-Wave Index.
Marco Cucchi, Marcello Petitta, and Sandro Calmanti

Hall D
D.18
EGU2016-18252
Estimating temporal changes in extreme rainfall in Sicily Region (Italy)
Brunella Bonaccorso and Giuseppe Aronica

Hall D
D.19
EGU2016-7921
Effects of sea surface temperature anomaly on flooding events in Hunan province
Xinjia Hu and Ming Wang

Hall D
D.20
EGU2016-13500
Statistical Modelling of Compound Floods
Emanuele Bevacqua, Douglas Maraun, Mathieu Vrac, Martin Widmann, and Colin Manning

Hall D
D.21
EGU2016-6652
A Combined Kohonen Networks and Complex Networks approach for the analysis of Large Scale Atmospheric Features and River Floods in England and Germany
Federico Conticello, Francesco Cioffi, Upmanu Lall, and Bruno Merz

Hall D
Extreme Meteorological and Hydrological Events and Related Risks