HS7.7 | PICO

Over the last decades, a significant body of empirical and theoretical work has revealed the departure of statistical properties of hydrometeorological processes from the classical statistical prototype, as well as the scaling behaviour of their variables in general, and extremes in particular, in either state, space and/or time. This PICO session (i.e., a 2-minute oral presentation, nicknamed "2-minute madness", followed by an interactive poster presentation on dedicated touch-screens) aims at presenting the latest developments on:
- Coupling stochastic approaches with deterministic hydrometeorological predictions, in order to better represent predictive uncertainty;
- Stochastic-dynamic approaches that are more consistent with the hydrometeorological reality than both deterministic and statistical models separately;
- Variability at climatic scales and its interplay with the ergodicity of space-time probabilities;
- Linking underlying physics and scaling stochastics of hydrometeorological extremes;
- Development of parsimonious representations of probability distributions of hydrometeorological extremes over a wide range of scales and states;
- Understanding and using parsimonious parametrizations of extremes in risk analysis applications and hazard prediction.
The suggested session description is submitted to the HS division of EGU and is sponsored by the International Commission on Statistical Hydrology of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (ICSH-IAHS, former STAHY).

Co-organized as NH1.23, co-sponsored by ICSH-IAHS
Convener: Jose Luis Salinas | Co-conveners: Marco Borga, Auguste Gires, Rui A. P. Perdigão, Alberto Viglione
| Tue, 09 Apr, 10:45–12:30
PICO spot 5b

Tuesday, 9 April 2019

PICO spot 5b
Chairperson: José Luis Salinas, Alberto Viglione
10:45–10:55 |
PICO5b.1 |
Andràs Bàrdossy
10:55–10:57 |
PICO5b.2 |
Francesco Marra, Davide Zoccatelli, Moshe Armon, and Efrat Morin
10:57–10:59 |
PICO5b.3 |
Laurent Courty, Robert L. Wilby, John Hillier, and Louise J. Slater
10:59–11:01 |
PICO5b.4 |
Ruud van der Ent, Gaby Gründemann, Hylke Beck, Marc Schleiss, and Nick van de Giesen
11:01–11:03 |
PICO5b.5 |
Non-stationary variation of extreme precipitation in Yangtze River Basin of China and possible linkages with climate change and urbanization
Jian Fang, Yuanyuan Jing, Wentao Yang, and Lin Zhao
11:03–11:05 |
PICO5b.6 |
Dirk Diederen and Ye Liu
11:05–11:07 |
PICO5b.7 |
Dong An, Linus Zhang, and Yiheng Du
11:07–11:09 |
PICO5b.8 |
Emmanuel Paquet
11:09–11:11 |
PICO5b.9 |
Changrang Zhou, Ronald van Noijen, Nick van de Giesen, and Alla Kolechkina
11:11–11:13 |
PICO5b.10 |
Luzie Marlene Wietzke, Björn Guse, Heidi Kreibich, Lars Gerlitz, Sergiy Vorogushyn, and Bruno Merz
11:15–11:17 |
PICO5b.12 |
David Lun, Alberto Viglione, and Günter Blöschl
11:17–11:19 |
PICO5b.13 |
Catherine Wilcox, Claire Aly, Théo Vischel, Gérémy Panthou, Juliette Blanchet, Guillaume Quantin, and Thierry Lebel
11:19–11:21 |
PICO5b.14 |
\textbf{Studying the relationships between hourly precipitation extremes and dew point temperature in Sicily}
Leonardo Valerio Noto, Giuseppina Carlino, Antonio Francipane, and Dario Pumo
11:21–11:23 |
PICO5b.15 |
Climate change impacts on precipitation and streamflow in the Daqinghe River Basin, North China
Chuanzhe Li, Jia Liu, Yufei Jiao, and Wei Wang