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Posters CL1.02

CL1.02

Historical Climatology
Convener: Stefan Grab 
Co-Conveners: Rudolf Brazdil , David Nash , Georgina Endfield 
Session details
Orals
 / Wed, 26 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room 0.14
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X5
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Attendance Time: Wednesday, 26 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Hall X5
Chairperson: Rudolf Brázdil
X5.22
EGU2017-19328
Reported weather events in medieval Hungary: the 11th-15th centuries
Andrea Kiss

X5.23
EGU2017-19353
The advantages and disadvantages of medieval narrative sources regarding winters in South Baltic countries
Piotr Oliński

X5.24
EGU2017-17923
The analysis on the extreme water shortage event in Hangzhou in 1247 AD and its natural and social backgrounds
Haolong Liu

X5.25
EGU2017-7029
Critical analysis of documentary sources for Historical Climatology of Northern Portugal (17th-19th centuries)
Inês Amorim, Luís Sousa Silva, and João Carlos Garcia

X5.26
EGU2017-12508
Recovery of early meteorological data from Latin-America and the Caribbean
Fernando Domínguez-Castro and the EMERLAC team

X5.27
EGU2017-12070
Spatiotemporal variability of hydrometeorological extremes and their impacts in the Jihlava region in the 1650–1880 period
Lukas Dolak, Rudolf Brazdil, Katerina Chroma, Hubert Valasek, and Ladislava Reznickova

X5.28
EGU2017-14175
Summer half-year hailstorms in South Moravia, Czech Republic: a long-term chronology
Kateřina Chromá, Rudolf Brázdil, Hubert Valášek, Lukáš Dolák, Ladislava Řezníčková, Pavel Zahradníček, and Petr Dobrovolný

X5.29 EGU2017-6922
Long-term windstorm variability in the Czech Lands derived from documentary evidence (withdrawn)
Rudolf Brázdil, Petr Dobrovolný, Ladislava Řezníčková, Lukáš Dolák, Oldřich Kotyza, Hubert Valášek, and Kateřina Chromá

X5.30
EGU2017-7068
Two outstanding windstorms on 7 December 1868 and 26/27 October 1870 in the Czech Lands: course, extent, impacts
Rudolf Brázdil, Peter Stucki, Péter Szabó, Petr Dobrovolný, Ladislava Řezníčková, Oldřich Kotyza, Hubert Valášek, Lukáš Dolák, Pavel Zahradníček, and Silvie Suchánková

X5.31
EGU2017-7177
Windstorms and forest disturbances in the Czech Lands: 1801–2015
Rudolf Brazdil, Petr Dobrovolný, Péter Szabó, Peter Stucki, Ladislava Řezníčková, Oldřich Kotyza, Hubert Valášek, Lukáš Dolák, Radim Tolasz, Kateřina Chromá, and Silvie Suchánková

X5.32
EGU2017-2231
Analysis of extreme hydrological phenomena in southern Italy (Calabria region)
Tommaso Caloiero, Luigi Aceto, A. Aurora Pasqua, and Olga Petrucci

X5.33
EGU2017-18082
Development of a Historical Hydrological online research and application platform for Switzerland – Historical Hydrological Atlas of Switzerland (HHAS)
Oliver Wetter

X5.34
EGU2017-19288
Drought multiproxy reconstruction in the Czech Lands from AD 1500
Petr Dobrovolný, Rudolf Brázdil, Martin Možný, Miroslav Trnka, Michal Rybníček, and Tomáš Kolář

X5.35
EGU2017-19285
Drought events in the Czech Republic: past, present, future
Rudolf Brázdil, Miroslav Trnka, Jiří Mikšovský, Radim Tolasz, Petr Dobrovolný, Ladislava Řezníčková, and Lukáš Dolák

X5.36
EGU2017-19337
Climatic and other responses to the Lakagígar 1783 and Tambora 1815 volcanic eruptions in the Czech Lands
Rudolf Brázdil, Ladislava Řezníčková, Hubert Valášek, Lukáš Dolák, and Oldřich Kotyza

X5.37
EGU2017-19507
Drought, ecological crisis and famine in late nineteenth century south-eastern Africa
Kathleen Pribyl, David J. Nash, Jørgen Klein, and Georgina H. Endfield

X5.38
EGU2017-17972
The weather diaries of a hunting and fishing estate in Connemara, Co. Galway, Ireland from 1898 to 1972
Kieran Hickey

X5.39
EGU2017-1288
Obtaining meteorological data from historical newspapers: La Integridad
Ignacio A Ramírez-González, Juan A. Añel, Guadalupe Saenz, Luis Gimeno, Laura de la Torre, Eleni Polychroniadou, and Renán Vidal-Mina

X5.40
EGU2017-7336
Historical halo displays as past weather indicator
Dagmar Neuhäuser and Ralph Neuhäuser

X5.41
EGU2017-17268
Integrating data rescue into the classroom
Ciara Ryan, Broderick Ciaran, Curley Mary, Daly Conor, Duffy Catriona, Peter Thorne, Mairead Treanor, Seamus Walsh, and Conor Murphy