Dynamics, monsoon circulations and teleconnections on anomalous weather over East Asia
Convener: Yafei Wang  | Co-Convener: Cholaw Bueh 
 / Mon, 07 Sep, 17:00–19:00  / Room Kyoto
 / Attendance Mon, 07 Sep, 16:15–17:00  / Display Mon, 07 Sep, 09:00–Wed, 09 Sep, 18:00  / Sofia I

Separate Poster Introduction:

East Asia has its own particular weather conditions in the world. More factors, i.e., ENSO, the effect of Tibetan Plateau and Asian monsoon etc. may affect weather there than that in most of European regions. However, global warming makes situation being more complex. Many studies have pointed out that under this background of the climate change , the extreme weather events in East Asia are increasingly happening. There is no doubting that more in-depth studies are needed for understanding the anomalous weather in the most populous region.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

Mechanical and thermal effects of Tebetan Plateau on the East Asian monsoon circulation
Impacts of ENSO on weather over East Asia
Dynamics of teleconnections or blocking and predictability
Extreme weather events in East Asia and the underlying mechanisims
Dynamics of the teleconnection pattern and blocking
Variability and predictability of the teleconnection pattern and blocking