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Posters AS1.30

AS1.30

Dynamical Meteorology (General Session)
Convener: Helen Dacre  | Co-Conveners: Hanna Joos , Jennifer Catto 
Orals
 / Wed, 11 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room E2
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 11 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X5

Attendance Time: Wednesday, 11 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X5
X5.1 EGU2018-829
Orographic induced blocking, mountain wave, channelling and expansion fan observations in small-scale complex terrain (withdrawn)
Markus Geldenhuys, Liesl Dyson, and Deon van der Mescht

X5.2
EGU2018-1601
Sensitivity of idealised baroclinic waves to mean atmospheric temperature and meridional temperature gradient changes
Mika Rantanen, Jouni Räisänen, Victoria A. Sinclair, and Heikki Järvinen

X5.3 EGU2018-2497
Interdecadal variability in the thermal difference between western and eastern China and its association with summer monsoon anomalies (withdrawn after no-show)
Zhou Liantong

X5.4
EGU2018-3365
Three-dimensional generalization of the ageostrophic wind: How it changes our view on baroclinic waves.
Almut Gaßmann

X5.5
EGU2018-4330
Beyond Warm and Cold: An Objective Classification for Maritime Mid-Latitude Fronts
Clemens Spensberger and Michael Sprenger

X5.7
EGU2018-5457
Cutoff Lows over the Southeast Pacific off the Coast of the Atacama Desert under Present Day Conditions and in the Last Glacial Maximum
Mark Reyers and Yaping Shao

X5.8
EGU2018-5989
How do fronts of differing types arise?
Clemens Spensberger and Michael J. Reeder

X5.9
EGU2018-6332
Quantification of Ridge/Trough amplitude evolution within Rossby Wave Packets: A composite Study
Franziska Teubler and Michael Riemer

X5.10
EGU2018-6724
Quantifying the impact of non conservative processes on Rossby wave packets using local finite amplitude wave activity.
Paolo Ghinassi, Georgios Fragkoulidis, and Volkmar Wirth

X5.11
EGU2018-6729
Dynamics of Rossby Wave Initiation Events in a quantitative PV framework
Franziska Teubler, Matthias Röthlisberger, Michael Riemer, and Olivia Martius

X5.12 EGU2018-6813
Impacts of convection activities over the Tibetan Plateau on the precipitation in downstream regions (withdrawn after no-show)
Shenming Fu

X5.13
EGU2018-8749
The concurrence of Atmospheric Rivers and explosive cyclogenesis in the North Atlantic and North Pacific basins
Jorge Eiras-Barca, Alexandre M. Ramos, Joaquim G. Pinto, Ricardo M. Trigo, Margarida L.R. Liberato, and Gonzalo Miguez-Macho

X5.14
EGU2018-8801
Climatology and dynamics of the link between dry intrusions and cold fronts
Jennifer Catto and Shira Raveh-Rubin

X5.15
EGU2018-11078 | presentation
Midwinter suppression of the North Pacific storm track: local wave activity perspective
Hyeong-Oh Cho and Seok-Woo Son

X5.16
EGU2018-11106
Identification of Tropical-Extratropical Interactions and Extreme Precipitation Events in the Middle East based on Potential Vorticity and Moisture Transport
Andries Jan De Vries, Huug G. Ouwersloot, Steven B. Feldstein, Michael Riemer, Ahmed M. El Kenawy, Matthew F. McCabe, and Jos Lelieveld

X5.17 EGU2018-11890
The characteristics of east-moving MCS over the second-step terrain along Middle Yangtze River in East China (withdrawn after no-show)
Yuanchun Zhang, Ruyi Yang, and Jianhua Sun

X5.18
EGU2018-12103
Maintenance of Baroclinicity: Global Climatology of the Slope of Isentropic Surfaces and their Tendencies
Thomas Spengler and Chris Weijenborg

X5.19
EGU2018-12258
Amplification of forecast errors in a quantitative PV framework
Marlene Baumgart, Michael Riemer, Franziska Teubler, Volkmar Wirth, and Simon Lang

X5.20
EGU2018-12646
The Impact of Stratospheric Waves on the Deepening of North Atlantic Winter Cyclones
Gregor Pante, Seraphine Hauser, and Peter Knippertz

X5.21
EGU2018-15037
The influence of the meridional gradients in incoming solar radiation and water vapor on Earth’s climate
Nicholas Lutsko and Max Popp

X5.22
EGU2018-16414
Applying New 3D Jet Core Visualisation Techniques to the Study of Extreme Cyclones Highlight
Timothy Hewson, Michael Kern, and Marc Rautenhaus

X5.23
EGU2018-16641
Investigating the predictability of a Mediterranean Tropical-like Cyclone using a non-hydrostatic high-resolution model
Guido Cioni, Diego Cerrai, and Daniel Klocke

X5.24
EGU2018-18866
Southeastern Australian heat waves from a trajectory viewpoint
Julian Quinting and Michael Reeder