Papers are solicited related to the understanding and prediction of weather, climate and geophysical extremes, from both an applied sciences and theoretical viewpoint.

In this session we propose to group together the traditional geophysical sciences and more mathematical/statistical approaches to the study of extremes. We aim to highlight the complementary nature of these two viewpoints, with the aim of gaining a deeper understanding of extreme events.

Potential topics of interest include but are not limited to the following:

· How extremes have varied or are likely to vary under climate change;
· How well climate models capture extreme events;
· Attribution of extreme events;
· Emergent constraints on extremes;
· Linking dynamical systems extremes to geophysical extremes;
· Geophysical flows as a dynamical system: classification of large-scale flows and metastable states;
· Advances in diagnosing local and mean properties of the climate system as a dynamical system (e.g. maximum entropy production principles);
· Extremes in dynamical systems;
· Dynamical systems metrics as indicators of climate change;
· Dynamical downscaling of weather and climate extremes.

Confirmed Invited Speakers are:
-David Barriopedro (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)
-Pascale Braconnot (IPSL, France)
-Nikki Vercauteren (Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany)

Co-organized as AS1.14/CL2.07
Convener: Davide Faranda | Co-conveners: Carmen Alvarez-Castro, Gabriele Messori
| Thu, 11 Apr, 10:45–12:30
Room M1
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X4

Attendance time: Thursday, 11 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X4

Chairperson: M Carmen Alvarez-Castro, G Messori, D Faranda
X4.294 |
Flavio Pons, Gabriele Messori, Carmen Alvarez-Castro, and Davide Faranda
Hall X4
X4.295 |
Han-Kyoung Kim, Byung-Kwon Moon, and Jin-Ho Choi
Hall X4
X4.296 |
| solicited
| Highlight
Sandra Chapman, Nicholas Watkins, and David Stainforth
Hall X4
X4.297 |
Stéphane Vannitsem, Davide Faranda, and Gabriele Messori
Hall X4
X4.298 |
Cyclone activity over Baltic region and upper-air atmospheric circulation
Natalia Vyazilova and Alexandr Vyazilov
Hall X4
X4.299 |
Pascal Yiou, M. Carmen Alvarez-Castro, Davide Faranda, and Thomas Noël
Hall X4
X4.300 |
Davide Faranda, M Carmen Alvarez-Castro, Gabriele Messori, David Rodrigues, and Pascal Yiou
Hall X4
X4.301 |
Berengere Dubrulle, Carmen Alvarez-Castro, Pascal Yiou, and Davide Faranda
Hall X4
X4.302 |
Nikolay Kadygrov, Davide Faranda, Soulivanh Thao, M. Carmen Alvarez-Castro, and Pascal Yiou
Hall X4
X4.303 |
Florian Ruff, Haraldur Ólafsson, and Stephan Pfahl
Hall X4
X4.304 |
Davide Faranda, Yuzuru Sato, Gabriele Messori, Nicholas Moloney, and Pascal You
Hall X4
X4.305 |
Jin-Ho Choi, Byung-Kwon Moon, and Han-Kyoung Kim
Hall X4
X4.306 |
Fei Luo, Dim Coumou, Frank Selten, Sonia I. Seneviratne, and Kathrin Wehrli
Hall X4
X4.307 |
Adnane Hamid, Giulia Carella, Soulivanh Thao, Pascal Yiou, Mathieu Vrac, Valerie Gautard, and Davide Faranda
Hall X4
X4.308 |
M. Carmen Alvarez-Castro, Stefano Materia, Davide Faranda, Andrea Borrelli, and Silvio Gualdi
Hall X4
X4.309 |
Anthony Mwanthi, Abubakr Salih, Zewdu Segele, and Guleid Artan