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Posters NH5.4/AS4.29/CL3.10/HS11.32/OS2.11

NH5.4/AS4.29/CL3.10/HS11.32/OS2.11 Media

Natural Hazards and climate change impacts in coastal areas (co-organized)
Convener: Renske de Winter  | Co-Conveners: Goneri Le Cozannet , R. Ranasinghe , Michael Herzog , Joern Behrens , Luke Jackson 
Orals
 / Fri, 13 Apr, 15:30–17:00  / Room L4/5
Posters
 / Attendance Fri, 13 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Hall X1

Attendance Time: Friday, 13 April 2018, 17:30–19:00
Hall X1
X1.145
EGU2018-1999
Assessing the inundation risk resulting from extreme water levels under sea-level rise: A case study of Rongcheng, China
Aiqing Feng

X1.146
EGU2018-6179
Tidal range evolution at the port of Esbjerg, Denmark station: 129 years of high resolution data.
Peter Thejll, Mads Hvid Ribergaard, Jacob Woge Nielsen, Torben Schmith, Fredrik Boberg, and Christian Rodehacke

X1.147
EGU2018-8004
simulating extreme sea levels through machine learning reveals the origin of extreme sea levels world-wide
Hessel Winsemius, Anaïs Couasnon, Alba Cid Carrera, Thomas Wahl, Sanne Muis, Dirk Eilander, and Philip Ward

X1.148
EGU2018-8545
Global possibilistic sea-level projections and their regional implications
Goneri Le Cozannet, Gael Durand, Jean-Charles Manceau, Angélique Melet, Benoit Meyssignac, Catherine Ritz, Jeremy Rohmer, and David Salas-y-Mélia

X1.149
EGU2018-9003
Expected sea level rise scenarios by 2100 along targeted coasts of the Mediterranean: new results from the SAVEMEDCOASTS project
Marco Anzidei, Petros Patias, Charalampos Georgiadis, Fawzi Doumaz, Dimitrios Kaimaris, Christos Pikridas, Carlo Alberto Brunori, Xenia I. Loizidou, Melania Michetti, Demetra Petsa, Demetra Orthodoxou, Silvia Torresan, Elisa Furlan, Maria Lucia Trivigno, Michele Greco, Enrico Serpelloni, Antonio Vecchio, and Luca Pizzimenti

X1.150
EGU2018-10306
Scoping the risks associated with accelerated coastal permafrost thaw: lessons from Bykovsky (Sakha Republic) and Tuktoyaktuk (Northwest Territories)
Jean-Paul Vanderlinden, Paul Overduin, Donald L. Forbes, Vyacheslav Shadrin, and Natalia Doloisio

X1.151
EGU2018-10742
Field survey of the damage to infrastructures due to the September 2017 Hurricane Maria in Dominica
Mohammad Heidarzadeh, Richard Teeuw, Simon Day, and Carmen Solana

X1.152
EGU2018-11200
Disaster Vulnerability Assessment in the Korean Coasts
Kwang-Young Jeong, Eunil Lee, Do-Seong Byun, Tae-Soon Kang, Hyeong-Min Oh, and Songmin Do

X1.153
EGU2018-4870 | presentation | presentation
To mitigate, or not to mitigate, that is not the question: reducing risk to coastal cities from sea-level rise.
Luke Jackson, Luis Adabie, Ibon Galarraga, Svetlana Jevrejeva, and Elisa Sainz de Murieta

X1.154
EGU2018-11589
Numerical model of 1771 Meiwa tsunami and influence of sea level rise on the inundation
Marine Le Gal, Kirk Sato, and Satoshi Mitarai

X1.155
EGU2018-11848
High-Resolution Observations of a Meteo-Tsunami
Jelle Assink, Läslo Evers, Madelon Smink, and Arnoud Apituley

X1.156
EGU2018-12065
Reconstruction of the storm surges on the German coastline in 1872 and 1906
Elke Meyer

X1.157
EGU2018-12336
Impact of Sea level rise and inundation due to tropical cyclone on West Bengal coastal area
Sudha Rani Nalakurthi N V, Satyanarayana Achanta N V, and Prasad Kumar Bhaskaran

X1.158
EGU2018-12340
Current practices and potential improvements in shoreline change studies supporting sea level rise and coastal adaptation in France
Aurélie Maspataud, Gonéri Le Cozannet, Franck Desmazes, and Stéphane Costa

X1.159
EGU2018-12717
The effect of decadal variability on the extreme sea levels on the west coast of Norway
Ulpu Leijala, Jan Even Øie Nilsen, Oda Ravndal, and Hilde Sande

X1.160
EGU2018-14820
The joint occurrence of extreme water levels with high precipitation events and their consequences for the dewatering of the Kiel-Canal in the past and in the future
Jens Möller

X1.161
EGU2018-15514
Long-term statistics of wind wave parameters for the Gulf of Gdańsk over years 1958–2001
Witold Cieślikiewicz and Aleksandra Cupiał

X1.162
EGU2018-17390
Hazardous sea states in the North Sea hindcast simulation
Tobias Teich, Nikolaus Groll, and Ralf Weisse

X1.163
EGU2018-17233
Feedbacks of schematic sea-level rise induced topographic changes of the Wadden Sea on tidal dynamics
Benno Wachler, Caroline Rasquin, and Frank Kösters

X1.164
EGU2018-18183
A gradient analysis of human settlement patterns and the potential sea level rise impact
Chunzhu Wei, Patrick Leinenkugel, Thomas Esch, Juliane Huth, Christina Eisfelder, and Claudia Kuenzer