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Posters NH1.7

NH1.7

Addressing the challenge of compound events, multi-risk modelling and cross-risk assessment methods: Extremes, inter-dependencies, non-stationarities, impacts and vulnerability
Convener: Jakob Zscheischler  | Co-Conveners: Marleen de Ruiter , Philip Ward , Simon Michael Papalexiou , Sonia Seneviratne , Gabriele Hegerl , robert vautard , Seth Westra , Michael Leonard , Thomas Wahl , James Daniell , Kostas Andreadis , Paolo De Luca , Martin Hanel , John K. Hillier , Christoforos Pappas , Anna Pelosi , Yannis Markonis 
Orals
 / Tue, 10 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room L6
Posters
 / Attendance Tue, 10 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1

Attendance Time: Tuesday, 10 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
Chairperson: Marleen de Ruiter, Philip Ward
X1.135
EGU2018-286
Independent and interacting wet-dry extremes in Great Britain within a multivariate dependence model
Paolo De Luca, John Hillier, Gregor Leckebusch, and Rob Wilby

X1.136
EGU2018-1929
Risk of Compound Flooding from Coastal and Fluvial Floods over Northwestern Europe
Poulomi Ganguli and Bruno Merz

X1.137
EGU2018-2821
IMPREX – A case study of compound events in The Netherlands Highlight
Femke Davids, Eskedar Gebremehdin, and Klaas-Jan van Heeringen

X1.138
EGU2018-5652
Effects of Mixed Distribution Statistical Flood Frequency Models on Dam Safety Assessments: A Case Study of the Pueblo Dam
K. Joel Roop-Eckart, Benjamin Seiyon Lee, Caitlin Spence, Tess Russo, and Klaus Keller

X1.139 EGU2018-6400
New verifications of the groundwater and tectonic processes possible impact on recent catastrophic floods (2011-2017) (withdrawn)
Sergei Arakelian, Dmitriy Trifonov, Tatiana Trifonova, Sergei Abrakhin, Vyacheslav Koneshov, and Aleksey Nikolaev

X1.140
EGU2018-6990
Compound flood potential in Europe
Dominik Paprotny, Michalis Vousdoukas, Oswaldo Morales-Nápoles, Bas Jonkman, and Luc Feyen

X1.141
EGU2018-8138
Dependence of high sea water level and river discharge at the global scale
Philip Ward, Anaïs Couasnon, Ivan Haigh, Sanne Muis, Ted Veldkamp, Hessel Winsemius, and Thomas Wahl

X1.142 EGU2018-8611
Linking wildfires and rainfall extremes to assess flash-flood hazards in Southern Italy (withdrawn after no-show)
Anna Pelosi, Paolo Villani, and Giovanni Battista Chirico

X1.143 EGU2018-8967
Which are the most critical hazard interactions in Dechang in China? (withdrawn)
Anna Lo Jacomo, Dawei Han, and Alan Champneys

X1.144
EGU2018-9316
Changing risk of compound flooding over Europe in response to climate change
Emanuele Bevacqua, Douglas Maraun, Michalis Vousdoukas, Evangelos Voukouvalas, Mathieu Vrac, Lorenzo Mentaschi, and Martin Widmann

X1.145
EGU2018-9524
Towards an event-based quantitative model for interacting hazard events
Aloïs Tilloy, Bruce Malamud, and Hugo Winter

X1.146
EGU2018-11156
A comparison of flood estimation methods in estuarine regions
Wenyan Wu, Seth Westra, and Michael Leonard

X1.147
EGU2018-11201
High resolution identification of local vulnerabilities to urban heatwaves
Javad Shafiei Shiva and David G. Chandler

X1.148
EGU2018-11492
Changing population dynamics and uneven temperature emergence combine to exacerbate regional exposure to heat extremes under 1.5°C and 2°C of warming
Luke Harrington and Friederike Otto

X1.149 EGU2018-11689
Detection and Attribution of Precipitation at Various Timescales in China using Observations and Model Simulations (withdrawn after no-show)
Chunlüe Zhou, Kaicun Wang, and Dan Qi

X1.150
EGU2018-12606
How do concurrent disasters affect damages and the post-disaster recovery process?
Marleen de Ruiter, Anaïs Couasnon, Hans de Moel, Philip Ward, and James Daniell

X1.151
EGU2018-15227
Storm surge and extreme river discharge: a compound event analysis using ensemble impact modeling
Sonu Khanal, Hylke de Vries, Nina Ridder, Wilco Terink, and Bart van den Hurk

X1.152
EGU2018-16051
Developing the ‘Multihazard Impact Assessment System’ (MImAS) for identifying infrastructure assets at greatest risk from combined hazards.
Katy Mee, Gareth Jenkins, Kathrine Linley, and Kathryn Lee

X1.153
EGU2018-16847
Global hotspots of multi-sector climate risks and vulnerability
Edward A. Byers and the ISWEL team from IIASA / GEF / UNIDO