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Climate Services - Underpinning SciencePICO session
Convener: Alessandro Dell'Aquila 
Co-Conveners: Carlo Buontempo , Mathew Stiller-Reeve , Daniela Domeisen , Marta Bruno Soares , Nube Gonzalez-Reviriego 
Session details
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / PICO spot 5a
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Friday, 13 Apr 2018
PICO spot 5a
Climate Services initiatives

COPERNICUS activites

08:30–08:32 PICO5a.1
Developing operational climate services within C3S
Jean-Noël Thepaut, carlo Buontempo, Dick Dee, Freja Vamborg, Anca Brookshaw, and Cedric Bergeron
08:32–08:34 PICO5a.2
Copernicus Climate Change Service Greenhouse Gases: Analysis of recent satellite derived CO2 growth rates variation
Maximilian Reuter, Michael Buchwitz, Oliver Schneising, Stefan Noel, Bettina Gier, Heinrich Bovensmann, and John P. Burrows
08:34–08:36 PICO5a.3
Towards the C3S Roadmap for European Climate Projections
Bernd Eggen, Jane Strachan, Chris Hewitt, Carley Iles, Robert Vautard, and Sylvie Joussaume
08:36–08:38 PICO5a.4
Towards integrated and interactive climate services: Examples and experiences from European research projects
Johannes Lückenkötter, Wim som de Cerff, and Peter Thijsse
H2020 initiatives

08:38–08:40 PICO5a.5
User engagement in H2020 project PRIMAVERA: progress and challenges
Erika Palin, Helen Hanlon, Galina Guentchev, Dragana Bojovic, Eveline van der Linden3, Janette Bessembinder, Isadora Christel, Daniel San Martin, and Markel Garcia-Diez
08:40–08:42 PICO5a.6
EGU2018-6430 | Presentation
Turning climate-related information into added value for traditional MEDiterranean Grape, OLive and Durum wheat food systems: the MED-GOLD project
Alessandro Dell'Aquila, Luigi Ponti, Sandro Calmanti, and Matteo De Felice
08:42–08:44 PICO5a.7
Tools and recommendations aimed to improve the matching of supply and demand of climate services
Adriaan Perrels, Andrea Damm, Raffaele Giordano, Peter Stegmaier, Ines Vaittinen, Patrizia Pawelek, Atte Harjanne, Klaasjan Visccher, Judith Koeberl, Raffaele Mattarrese, Karoliina Pilli-Sihvola, Ivan Portoghese, and Riina Haavisto

08:44–08:46 PICO5a.8
Integrated approach for the development across Europe of user oriented climate indicators for GFCS high-priority sectors: agriculture, disaster risk reduction, energy, health, water and tourism (INDECIS). Project Presentation.
Joan Ramon Coll and Enric Aguilar and the INDECIS
08:46–08:48 PICO5a.9
Climate services for renewable electricity planning in West Africa
Sebastian Sterl, Nicole van Lipzig, and Wim Thiery
08:48–08:50 PICO5a.10
ISIpedia, the open climate-impacts encyclopedia: First activities and future milestones
Quentin Lejeune, Inga Menke, Gina Maskell, Samuel Pleeck, Lila Warszawski, Ted Veldkamp, Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Yusuke Satoh, Yoshihide Wada, and Katja Frieler

08:50–08:52 PICO5a.11
Institutional perspectives on climate services
Atte Harjanne
08:52–08:54 PICO5a.12
EGU2018-12398 | Presentation
Training on Seasonal Climate Forecast: enabling a more informed climate related risk management and services.
Elena Rapisardi, Massimiliano Pasqui, Vieri Tarchiani, Edmondo Di Giuseppe, and Marina Baldi
08:54–08:56 PICO5a.13
User-tailored seasonal forecasts for agriculture – creating socio-economic benefit through climate services in the Andes
Sara De Ventura, Grinia Avalos, Andrea Rossa, Marlene Dapozzo, Moritz Flubacher, Teresa Garcia, Stefanie Gubler, Mark A. Liniger, Karim Quevedo, Gabriela Rosas, Cornelia Schwierz, Katrin Sedlmeier, and Christoph Spirig
Interactive presentations at PICO screens

Coffee break
Climate services application: good (and bad) practices

10:30–10:40 PICO5a.1
Describing “bad” practices: improving climate services by learning from what can go wrong when using climate data | Highlight
Janette Bessembinder
10:40–10:42 PICO5a.2
On the predictability of snow conditions in the European Alps, from meteorological to seasonal time scales
Samuel Morin, Carlo Carmagnola, Matthieu Lafaysse, Matthieu Vernay, Christian Viel, Lauriane Batté, and Jean-Michel Soubeyroux
10:42–10:44 PICO5a.3
Downscaling temperature and precipitation seasonal forecasts for vineyard applications
Raül Marcos, Nube González-Reviriego, Verónica Torralba, Sara Hernández, Andrea Manrique, Nicola Cortesi, Albert Soret, and Francisco J. Doblas-Reyes
10:44–10:46 PICO5a.4
Time for tea: lessons from co-producing future climate information for tea production in Kenya and Malawi
Neha Mittal, Andrew Dougill, Bernd Becker, Dave Rowell, David Mkwambisi, Joseph Sang, John Bore, John Marsham, Paul Maisey, Anne Tallontire, and Rachel Cracknell
10:46–10:48 PICO5a.5
Developing tailor-made climate services for agriculture production – Approach and experience from the Waterapps research (withdrawn)
Long Hoang, Erik van Slobbe, Art Dewulf, Saskia Werners, Uthpal Kumar, Talardia Gbangou, Rebecca Sarku, and Fulco Ludwig
10:48–10:50 PICO5a.6
Interactive visualization of climate change diagnostics in a modern web application
Richard Wartenburger, Martin Hirschi, Markus G. Donat, Peter Greve, Andy J. Pitman, and Sonia I. Seneviratne
10:50–10:52 PICO5a.7
Comparing diversity: Communicating CMIP3 and CMIP5 results
Heike Huebener, Katharina Bülow, Klaus Keuler, Kirsten Warrach-Sagi, Arne Spekat, Christoph Menz, and Christian Steger
10:52–10:54 PICO5a.8
A hackathon-like workshop to inspire dialogue and find solutions to improve climate services in Norway
Mathew Stiller-Reeve, Hanna Kvamsås, Erik Kolstad, Simon Neby, Stefan Sobolowski, Snorre Waage, and Tarje Wanvik
10:54–10:56 PICO5a.9
The Climate Service Market in the Critical Energy Infrastructure Sector
Katja Lamich, Joerg Cortekar, and Markus Groth
10:56–10:58 PICO5a.10
1.5°C, 2°C, and 3°C global warming: detection of European regions affected by multiple changes
Susanne Pfeifer, Diana Rechid, Maximilian Reuter, Elisabeth Viktor, and Daniela Jacob
10:58–11:00 PICO5a.11
What drives foodborne diseases outbreak in Chandigarh?
Joseph Boyard-Micheau and Xavier Rodó
Interactive presentations at PICO screens