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Posters NH5.4/AS4.30/OS2.7

NH5.4/AS4.30/OS2.7 Media

Natural Hazards and climate change impacts in coastal areas (co-organized)
Convener: Joern Behrens  | Co-Conveners: Goneri Le Cozannet , R. Ranasinghe , Michael Herzog , Renske de Winter 
Orals
 / Tue, 25 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / Room L8
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 25 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X3

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 25 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall X3
Chairperson: Goneri Le Cozannet
X3.189
EGU2017-52
Storm surges in the White and Barents Seas: formation, statistics, analysis
Anastasia Korablina and Victor Arkhipkin

X3.190
EGU2017-902 | presentation
Understanding spatial variability in extreme estuarine water levels to inform better coastal management practise.
Charlotte Lyddon, Prof. Andy Plater, Dr. Jenny Brown, and Dr. Nicoletta Leonardi

X3.191
EGU2017-12082
Comparison of empirical and numerical methods for the assessment of coastal vulnerability to erosion
Dimitris Kokkinos and Panagiotis Prinos

X3.192
EGU2017-9412
Assessing Sediment Transport on Estuary-Sea Area Using a Two-Dimensional Coastal topography Evolution Model
Ching-Nuo Chen, Chih-Tsung Huang, and Chih-Heng Tsai

X3.193
EGU2017-1761
Role of beach morphology in wave overtopping hazard assessment
Benjamin Phillips, Jennifer Brown, Jean-Raymond Bidlot, and Andrew Plater

X3.194
EGU2017-16623
The role of beach morphodynamic state on infragravity swash on beaches: field observations.
Paula Gomes da Silva, Mauricio González, and Raul Medina

X3.195
EGU2017-6373
Modelling dune erosion under two different climate change scenarios and storm waves conditions.
Alejandra Rodriguez-Enriquez, Dano Roelvink, and Marta Marcos Moreno

X3.196
EGU2017-15381
The effect of tides and storm surges on sediment transport during overwash events
Daan Wesselman, Renske de Winter, Piet Hoekstra, Albert Oost, Robert McCall, and Maarten van der Vegt

X3.198
EGU2017-5687
Flooding Mitigation of seawalls and river embankments to storm surges in the coastal areas of Guangdong Province, China
Xianwei Wang and Xina Wang

X3.199
EGU2017-7855 | presentation
Extreme water level and their impact on the German Baltic Sea coast
Bärbel Weidig, Jürgen Holfort, Ines Perlet, and Sandra Schwegmann

X3.200
EGU2017-7890
A comparison of observed extreme water levels at the German Bight elaborated through an extreme value analysis (EVA) with extremes derived from a regionally coupled ocean-atmospheric climate model (MPI-OM)
Jens Möller and Hartmut Heinrich

X3.201
EGU2017-7937 | presentation
Kiel Canal: Past and future threats for shipping resulting from precipitation, wind surge and sea level rise
Anette Ganske, Sabine Hüttl-Kabus, Jens Möller, Nils Schade, Hartmut Heinrich, and Birger Tinz

X3.202
EGU2017-10005
Frequency changes of tropical cyclones during the last century recorded in a canyon of the northern Bay of Bengal
Hermann Kudrass, Björn Machalett, Luisa Palamenghi, and Inka Meyer

X3.203
EGU2017-10267
Storm impacts on a high energy sandy beach system, northwest Ireland: short (event) to long term (decadal) behaviour
Emilia Guisado-Pintado, Derek Jackson, Andrew Cooper, and Marianne O'Connor

X3.204
EGU2017-11042
The simulation of the extreme storm waves due to Typhoon CHABA
Jin-Yong Choi, Ki-Cheon Jun, Jae-Il Kwon, and Kwang-Soon Park

X3.205
EGU2017-11056
Introduction on the operational storm surge forecasting system in Korea Operational Oceanographic System (KOOS)
Jae-Il Kwon, Kwang-Soon Park, Jung-Woon Choi, Jong-Chan Lee, Ki-Young Heo, and Sang-Ik Kim

X3.206
EGU2017-13347
Impacts of severe wave event to the coastal environment, east Taiwan: a case study of 2015 Typhoon Soudelor
Shao-Yi Huang, Jiun-Yee Yen, Bo-Lin Wu, Yu-Hsuan Kao, and Ting-Yi Chang

X3.207
EGU2017-13358
Coastal erosion vulnerability estimations by coupling field data and hydrodynamic modeling
Vasilia Finikianaki, George Alexandrakis, Serafim Poulos, George Ghionis, and Nikolaos Kampanis

X3.208
EGU2017-14146
Testing coastal DRR in current and climate change scenarios – Artificial winter dune system in a highly touristic beach in the Northern Adriatic.
Enrico Duo and Clara Armaroli

X3.209
EGU2017-14172
Predicting location-specific extreme coastal floods in the future climate by introducing a probabilistic method to calculate maximum elevation of the continuous water mass caused by a combination of water level variations and wind waves
Ulpu Leijala, Jan-Victor Björkqvist, Milla M. Johansson, and Havu Pellikka

X3.210
EGU2017-14424
Numerical Modelling of Extreme Natural Hazards in the Russian Seas
Victor Arkhipkin, Sergey Dobrolyubov, Anastasia Korablina, Stanislav Myslenkov, and Galina Surkova

X3.211
EGU2017-14482
Simulating storm surge inundation and damage potential within complex port facilities
Robert Mawdsley, Jon French, Taku Fujiyama, and Kamalasudhan Achutan

X3.212
EGU2017-14955
Set-up and validation of a Delft-FEWS based coastal hazard forecasting system
Nikolay Valchev, Petya Eftimova, and Nataliya Andreeva

X3.213
EGU2017-14732
Using Bayesian Network as a tool for coastal storm flood impact prediction at Varna Bay (Bulgaria, Western Black Sea)
Nikolay Valchev, Petya Eftimova, Nataliya Andreeva, and Bogdan Prodanov

X3.215
EGU2017-17349
Regional flood impact assessment for Kiel and Eckernförde, Germany
Iuliia Shustikova, Christophe Viavattene, and Guntram Seiß

X3.216
EGU2017-18671
Coastal flooding impact evaluation using an INtegrated DisRuption Assessment (INDRA) model for Varna region, Western Black Sea
Nataliya Andreeva, Petya Eftimova, Nikolay Valchev, and Bogdan Prodanov

X3.217
EGU2017-19114
Coastal flooding hazard assessment on potentially vulnerable coastal sectors at Varna regional coast
Petya Eftimova, Nikolay Valchev, and Nataliya Andreeva