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Posters AS1.28/CL3.02

AS1.28/CL3.02

Mid-latitude Cyclones and Storms: Diagnostics of Observed and Future Trends, and related Impacts (co-organized)
Convener: Gregor C. Leckebusch  | Co-Conveners: Joaquim G. Pinto , Uwe Ulbrich 
Orals
 / Tue, 10 Apr, 15:30–17:00
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 10 Apr, 17:30–19:00

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 10 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X5
Chairperson: Joaquim Pinto, Uwe Ulbrich
X5.42
EGU2018-625
Future evolution of cyclones with tropical characteristics in the Mediterranean basin: effect of atmosphere-ocean coupling high resolution
Jesús Gutierrez-Fernandez, Juanje Jesús Gonzalez-Aleman, and Miguel Angel Gaertner

Hall X5
X5.43
EGU2018-1749
The WASTEX Field Campaign: Observing the Formation of Wind Gusts with a Doppler Lidar
Florian Pantillon, Andreas Wieser, Bianca Adler, Ulrich Corsmeier, Peter Knippertz, and Akio Hansen

Hall X5
X5.44
EGU2018-2174
Increased wind risk from sting-jet mid-latitude cyclones in a warmer climate Highlight
Oscar Martinez-Alvarado, Suzanne Gray, Neil Hart, Peter Clark, Kevin Hodges, and Malcolm Roberts

Hall X5
X5.45
EGU2018-6217
Seasonal cycle of the cyclone activity around Europe (A case study for 2000)
Yusuke Kuwana and Kuranoshin Kato

Hall X5
X5.46
EGU2018-7881
Highlights on the dynamics of sting jets and associated mesoscale instability in real-case and idealised simulations
Ambrogio Volonté, Peter A. Clark, and Suzanne L. Gray

Hall X5
X5.47
EGU2018-8542
Long term changes in the wintertime surface Arctic Oscillation, and Northern hemisphere storminess in the ERA20C re-analysis
Hannah Bloomfield, Len Shaffrey, Kevin Hodges, and Pier Luigi Vidale

Hall X5
X5.48
EGU2018-11519
Mid-latitude cyclones and storms in the context of solar wind-magnetosphere-ionosphere-atmosphere coupling
Paul Prikryl, Takumi Tsukijihara, Robert Bruntz, and Vojto Rušin

Hall X5
X5.49
EGU2018-12249
Variability of intensification mechanisms of extra-tropical cyclones analysing ERA20C reanalysis
Jens Grieger, Joaquim G. Pinto, Andreas H. Fink, and Uwe Ulbrich

Hall X5
X5.50
EGU2018-17935
Xavier and Herwart 2017, an evidence for a changing seasonality of severe storm activity in Central Europe?
Peter Hoffmann

Hall X5
X5.51
EGU2018-2841
Synoptic classification in 21st Century CMIP5 predictions over the Eastern Mediterranean with focus on cyclones
Assaf Hochman, Tzvi Harpaz, Hadas Saaroni, and Pinhas Alpert

Hall X5
X5.52
EGU2018-19638
Abrupt transitions in the NAO control of explosive North Atlantic cyclone development
Iñigo Gómara, Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca, Pablo Zurita-Gotor, Sven Ulbrich, and Joaquim G. Pinto

Hall X5
X5.53
EGU2018-19082
The role of SST gradients in the development of North Atlantic maritime storms
Thomas Moran and Uwe Ulbrich

Hall X5
X5.54
EGU2018-18708
European Winter Storm Frequency in Relation to North Atlantic Sea Surface Temperature in the Previous Autumn
Gregor C. Leckebusch, Simon Wild, and Daniel J. Befort

Hall X5
X5.55
EGU2018-15652
Stratospheric Warming Events Affect Winter North Atlantic Storm Tracks and European Hydrological Cycle
Yulia Zyulyaeva, Natalia Tilinina, Sergey Gulev, Olga Zolina, Ambroise Dufour, and Igor Zveryaev

Hall X5
X5.56
EGU2018-475
Factors affecting the structural evolution and predictability of the tropical transition of Hurricane Alex (2016)
Juan Jesús González-Alemán, Jenni L. Evans, Alex M. Kowaleski, and Miguel Ángel Gaertner

Hall X5
X5.57
EGU2018-1051
Do Sting Jets Form in Mediterranean Cyclones?
Mihaela Brancus, David M. Schultz, Chris Dearden, and Bogdan Antonescu

Hall X5
X5.58
EGU2018-4783 | presentation
Assessment of slantwise convection within mid-latitude cyclones from reanalysis data
Ting-Chen Chen, Peter M. K. Yau, and Daniel J. Kirshbaum

Hall X5
X5.59
EGU2018-7639 | presentation
Polar low variability and future change diagnosed by a dynamically downscaled global climate model ensemble
Oskar Landgren, Ivar Seierstad, Øyvind Seland, Jan Erik Haugen, and Trond Iversen

Hall X5
X5.60
EGU2018-7866
Impact of Climate Change on the Climatology of Vb Cyclones
Martina Messmer, Christoph C. Raible, and Juan José Gómez-Navarro