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Posters NH1.7/CL2.23/HS11.28

NH1.7/CL2.23/HS11.28

Addressing the challenge of compound events, multi-risk modelling and cross-risk assessment methods (co-organized)
Convener: Jakob Zscheischler  | Co-Conveners: Marleen de Ruiter , Seth Westra , Xuebin Zhang , Bart van den Hurk , Olivia Romppanien-Martius , Philip Ward , Michael Leonard , Thomas Wahl , Gabriele Hegerl , Lisa Alexander , robert vautard , Sonia Seneviratne , James Daniell 
Orals
 / Fri, 28 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room L6
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X3

Attendance Time: Friday, 28 April 2017, 17:30–19:00
Hall X3
X3.122
EGU2017-234
Time-variant risk assessment of a hazard cascade at the example of a rockslide dam - a case study in the Upper Val Venosta / Vinschgau Valley, Italy
Christian Kofler, Kathrin Renner, Francesco Comiti, Bernhard Gems, Stefan Schneiderbauer, Benni Thiebes, and Romy Schlögel

X3.123
EGU2017-854
A comparative review of multi-risk modelling methodologies for climate change adaptation in mountain regions
Stefano Terzi, Silvia Torresan, and Stefan Schneiderbauer

X3.124
EGU2017-2523
A global quantification of compound precipitation and wind extremes
Olivia Martius, Stephan Pfahl, and Clément Chevalier

X3.125
EGU2017-2723
Dependency of high coastal water level and river discharge at the global scale
Philip Ward, Ivan Haigh, Sanne Muis, Ted Veldkamp, and Thomas Wahl

X3.126
EGU2017-4116
Afghanistan Multi-Risk Assessment to Natural Hazards
Ferdinand Diermanse, James Daniell, Maurizio Pollino, James Glover, Laurens Bouwer, Mark de Bel, Andreas Schaefer, Claudio Puglisi, Hessel Winsemius, Andreas Burzel, Walter Ammann, Mojtaba Aliparast, Brenden Jongman, Federica Ranghieri, and Ditte Fallesen

X3.127
EGU2017-5916
Mapping dependence between extreme rainfall and storm surge across the Australian coastline using ROMS
Wenyan Wu, Seth Westra, Michael Lenord, and Kathleen McInnes

X3.128
EGU2017-6578
Temporal Clustering of Regional-Scale Extreme Precipitation Events in Southern Switzerland
Yannick Barton, Paraskevi Giannakaki, Harald Von Waldow, Clément Chevalier, Stephan Pfhal, and Olivia Martius

X3.129
EGU2017-9338
Analysis of present and future potential compound flooding risk along the European coast
Emanuele Bevacqua, Douglas Maraun, Evangelos Voukouvalas, Michalis I. Vousdoukas, Martin Widmann, Colin Manning, and Mathieu Vrac

X3.130
EGU2017-11355
ARISTOTLE (All Risk Integrated System TOwards The hoListic Early-warning)
Alberto Michelini, Gerhard Wotawa, and Delia Arnold-Arias and the ARISTOTLE Team

X3.131
EGU2017-11941
Testing the sensitivity of trade linkages in Europe to compound drought events
Ted Veldkamp, Elco Koks, Mark Thissen, Thomas Wahl, Ivan Haigh, Sanne Muis, and Philip Ward

X3.132
EGU2017-12192
Towards a comprehensive assessment and framework for low and high flow water risks
Alina Motschmann, Christian Huggel, Fabian Drenkhan, and Christian León

X3.133
EGU2017-14967
Meteorological conditions for extreme crop yield seasons
Karin van der Wiel, Frank Selten, and Richard Bintanja

X3.134
EGU2017-16217
A Mulitivariate Statistical Model Describing the Compound Nature of Soil Moisture Drought
Colin Manning, Martin Widmann, Emanuele Bevacqua, Douglas Maraun, Anne Van Loon, and Mathieu Vrac

X3.135
EGU2017-17118
A Multivariate Description of Compound Events of Meteorological Drought and Heat Waves
Colin Manning, Martin Widmann, Douglas Maraun, Mathieu Vrac, Anne Van Loon, and Emanuele Bevacqua

X3.136
EGU2017-17516
Hazards and hazard combinations relevant for the safety of nuclear power plants
Kurt Decker, Hans Brinkman, and Emmanuel Raimond

X3.137
EGU2017-18907
Bivariate return periods of temperature and precipitation explain a large fraction of European crop yields
Jakob Zscheischler, Rene Orth, and Sonia I. Seneviratne

X3.138
EGU2017-19045
The role of spring precipitation deficits on European and North American summer heat wave activity
Tim Cowan and Gabi Hegerl

X3.139
EGU2017-19377
Modeling Stochastic Boundary Conditions in a Coastal Catchment using a Bayesian Network: An Application to the Houston Ship Channel, Texas
Anaïs Couasnon, Antonia Sebastian, and Oswaldo Morales-Nápoles