Orals OSA2.8/ES1.7

OSA2.8/ES1.7

Atmospheric effects on humans: Air quality, biometeorology, urban climate and UV-radiation (co-organized)
Conveners: Andreas Matzarakis , Charles Chemel , Vincent-Henri Peuch  | Co-Conveners: Alexander Baklanov , Astrid Manders , Tanja Cegnar , Leena Järvi , K. Heinke Schluenzen 
Orals
 / Tue, 05 Sep, 09:45–18:00  / The Theatre
Posters
 / Attendance Wed, 06 Sep, 18:00–19:30  / Display Tue, 05 Sep, 13:00–Wed, 06 Sep, 19:30  / Poster area

Tuesday, 5 September 2017
The Theatre
Chairperson: Andreas Matzarakis
09:45–10:00
EMS2017-826
Long term air quality measurements: are we ready to speak about “chemical climate” and its change?
Edi Baiutti, Marco Bellini, Roberto Cao, Ivano De Simon, Sandro D'Odorico, Lorenzo Fragiacomo, Alessandra Pillon, Angela Roman Rioni, Fulvio Stel, Francesca Tassan Mazzocco, Rossana Michelini, Pierluigi Verardo, Marco Visintin, and Gino Zampa
10:00–10:15
EMS2017-843
Urban heat island and its impact
Tomas Halenka, Peter Huszar, Michal Belda, and Jan Karlicky
10:15–10:45
Poster pitches

Coffee break
11:15–11:45
EMS2017-352
Impacts of Land Cover Change and Urban Parameterization Scheme on Near Surface Temperature and Wind speed using UM
Seon-Ok Hong, HyangSuk Park, Jea-Yong Byon, Yong-Gon Lee, and Baek-Jo Kim
11:45–12:00
EMS2017-94 | presentation
Towards processing chains to estimate the urban heat island intensity using FOSS tools
Jérémy Bernard, Erwan Bocher, Pascal Kéravec, Marjorie Musy, and Isabelle Calmet
12:00–12:15
EMS2017-362
Impact of rivers and lakes on the thermal microclimate – a human-biometeorological perspective
Jana Fischereit and K. Heinke Schlünzen
12:15–12:30
EMS2017-730
Investigation of urban-caused mesoclimatic features of Moscow megacity
Mikhail Varentsov, Pavel Konstantinov, and Hendrik Wouters
12:30–12:45
EMS2017-562
Characterisation of the urban heat island effect over Barcelona city (NE Spain)
Maria-Dolors Martinez, Xavier Lana, Carina Serra, and August Burgueño
12:45–13:00
EMS2017-802
Urban climate impacts on the daily temperature and relative humidity cycles using multi-site measurements in Budapest
Rita Pongracz, Judit Bartholy, Zsuzsanna Dezső, Máté Kurcsics, Dóra Incze, and Kornélia Radics
Lunch break
14:00–14:15
EMS2017-682
Using WUDAPT to explore urban exposure to climate hazards in selected cities
Gerald Mills, Paul Alexander, Benjamin Bechtel, Natalie Theeuws, Jason Ching, Anamika Shreevastava, and Michael Foley
14:15–14:30
EMS2017-195
Modelling urban heat load mitigation strategies on an example of the city of Graz
Maja Zuvela-Aloise, Konrad Andre, Ingrid Kaltenegger, Gudrun Lettmayer, Hannes Schwaiger, and David Neil Bird
14:30–14:45
EMS2017-688
Evaluation of a statistical-dynamical downscaling methodology for the urban heat island, building energy consumption and human thermal comfort
Robert Schoetter, Julia Hidalgo, and Valéry Masson
14:45–15:00
EMS2017-71
Modelling of heat stress in micro scale – Sensitivity studies of thermal comfort indices and influencing parameters
Andreas Matzarakis and Dominik Fröhlich
15:00–15:15
EMS2017-732 | presentation
Heat mitigation with shade trees: the role of landscape design and tree parameters in ameliorating summertime heat stress in a Central-European square
Csilla Gál, Ágnes Gulyás, and Noémi Kántor
15:15–15:30
EMS2017-564
A thermal comfort survey of the UK
Mark McCarthy
15:30–16:00
WMO major challenges and opportunities/ Urban climate and air quality by Dr. Wenjian Zhang, Assistant Secretary-General WMO

Coffee break
16:30–16:45
EMS2017-72
The Heat Health Warning System in Germany
Andreas Matzarakis and Stefan Muthers
16:45–17:00
EMS2017-462
Determining the impact of climate change on population heat exposure in mid-latitude conurbations
Paul Alexander, Paul Nolan, Travis O'Doherty, and Barry O'Dwyer
17:00–17:15
EMS2017-621
Climatology of thermal comfort conditions in Russian big cities during heat wave events in 1966-2015
Pavel Konstantinov, Diana Tattimbetova, Natalia Shartova, and Mikhail Varentsov
17:15–17:30
EMS2017-589 | presentation
Earth System Services communication: bringing science to society
Marta Terrado, Dragana Bojovic, Albert Soret, and Francisco Doblas-Reyes
17:30–17:45
EMS2017-577 | presentation
A new service providing daily UV doses computed from shortwave downwelling radiation at surface from the HelioClim-3v5 database
Claire Thomas, Lucien Wald, Algirdas Švanys, Eric Imbert, Alexis Elbaz, and David Roux
17:45–18:00
EMS2017-288
Clouds formned by human causes: an analysis of 3-years period of observations.
Jordi Mazon, Núria Partal, David Pino, Marcel Costa, Ricard Ripoll, and Xènia del Alamo