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The exceptional amplitude and rate of warming recorded at global, hemispherical and regional scales within contemporary instrumental records should be placed in the context of longer-term multi-centennial and millennial climate variability in order to both assess its uniqueness and better understand the mechanisms that contribute to the background of natural climate variability. Systematic meteorological measurements only span over a relatively short time interval. Thus, documentary evidence and natural climate proxies are used for the reconstruction and understanding of longer term past climate variability.

This session welcomes presentations related to various topics related to this frame:
• early instrumental meteorological measurements, their history and use for the long-term series
• documentary evidence and its features (advantages, disadvantages limits)
• natural climate proxies and its features (advantages, disadvantages, limits)
• methodological improvements and analysis of climate reconstruction approaches both from documentary evidence and natural climatic proxies
• results of climate reconstructions over different regions based on various climatic sources
• hydrological and meteorological extremes (e.g. floods, hurricanes, windstorms, tornadoes, hailstorms, frosts) and their human impacts in relation to climate variability beyond the instrumental period.
• climate modelling of the last 2K and comparison of model outputs with reconstructed/observed climatological data
• past impacts of climate variability on natural processes and human society
• past and recent perception of the climate and its variability
• history of meteorology and meteorological and climatological knowledge
• discussion of natural and anthropogenic forcings as well as recent warming at global, regional and local scales in a long-term context.

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Convener: Rudolf Brazdil | Co-Conveners: Ricardo García-Herrera, Fidel González-Rouco
Orals
| Thu, 12 Sep, 16:00–18:00|Room S1
Posters
| Attendance Fri, 13 Sep, 10:30–11:30 | Display Wed, 11 Sep, 13:30–Fri, 13 Sep, 13:30|Sports Hall

Thursday, 12 September 2019 | Room S1

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16:30–16:45 |
EMS2019-300
Junpei Hirano, Takehiko Mikami, Masumi Zaiki, Gunther Können, and Fons Baede
Chairperson: 16861
16:45–17:00 |
EMS2019-933
The Weather and Tidal Data of the Clare Slobland Reclamation Company 1885-1887
(withdrawn)
Kieran Hickey
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17:15–17:30 |
EMS2019-74
Rudolf Brazdil, Andrea Kiss, Ladislava Řezníčková, and Mariano Barriendos
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17:30–17:45 |
EMS2019-863
Conor Murphy, Robert, L. Wilby, Tom K.R. Matthews, Peter Thorne, Ciaran Broderick, Rowan Fealy, Julia Hall, Shaun Harrigan, Philip Jones, Gerard McCarthy, Neil Macdonald, Simon Noone, and Ciara Ryan
Chairperson: 16861
17:45–18:00 |
EMS2019-93
Eugene Rozanov, Tatiana Egorova, Pavle Arsenovic, and Eugene Rozanov
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