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Climate models have become a widespread tool to simulate the behavior of the climate system over longer time periods (e.g. multi-decadal to centennial). They are also increasingly employed to obtain climate predictions on timescales of seasons to decades. And as computational power has increased the ability to run these models at so-called convection permitting scales (<4km grid spacing) has lead to an explosion of activity that targets explicitly resolving multi-scalar aspects of the climate system and opens new lines of inquiry. Climate modeling contributes to the understanding of the complex interaction processes in the earth system and provides scenarios for future climate conditions. The results of climate modeling form the basis for recommendations and decisions on how to prepare for and adapt to climate change and forms the backbone of downstream development of many climate services. This session will be devoted to different aspects of climate modeling, including:
• advances and challenges in convection-permitting atmospheric modeling,
• development and refinement of global and regional climate models,
• numerical aspects of climate models,
• ensemble climate modeling,
• representation of physical earth system processes in climate models,
• sources and drivers of biases in climate models from subgrid scale parameterizations to higher level physical interactions,
• verification and intercomparison of climate model results, including new evaluation methods/metrics,
• data treatment and visualization of climate model results.

Convener: Stefan Sobolowski | Co-Conveners: Bodo Ahrens, Barbara Chimani
| Tue, 10 Sep, 11:00–16:00|Room S1
| Attendance Wed, 11 Sep, 09:30–10:30 | Display Mon, 09 Sep, 09:30–Wed, 11 Sep, 12:30|Sports Hall

Tuesday, 10 September 2019 | Room S1

Chairperson: Stefan Sobolowski
11:30–11:45 |
Petter Lind, David Lindstedt, Danijel Belušić, Fuxing Wang, Erik Kjellström, Andreas Dobler, Oskar Landgren, Erika Toivonen, Joni-Pekka Pietikäinen, Rasmus Anker Pedersen, Ruth Mottram, and Dominic Matte
11:45–12:00 |
Cécile Caillaud, Samuel Somot, Antoinette Alias, Quentin Fumière, Aurélien Ribes, and Isabelle Bernard-Bouissières
12:00–12:15 |
Peter Berg, Ole B. Christensen, Katharina Klehmet, Geert Lenderink, Jonas Olsson, Claas Teichmann, and Wei Yang
12:15–12:30 |
Fuxing Wang, Danijel Belušić, Petter Lind, Heiner Körnich, David Segersson, and Jorge H. Amorim
12:30–12:45 |
Dmitry Sein, William Cabos, Dmitry Sidorenko, Sergey Danilov, Nikolay Koldunov, Thomas Rackow, Tido Semmler, Qiang Wang, and Thomas Jung
12:45–13:00 |
Katharina Bülow, Sven Kotlarski, Christian Steger, and Claas Teichmann
Lunch break
Chairperson: Stefan Sobolowski
14:00–14:15 |
Influence of vegetation on the climate variability of the Iberian Peninsula
Juan Pedro Montávez, Jose Manuel Jiménez-Gutierrez, Jesús Ruiz, and Francisco Valero
14:15–14:30 |
Christopher Purr, Erwan Brisson, and Bodo Ahrens
14:30–14:45 |
Cristina Primo, Fanni Dora Kelemen, Hendrik Feldmann, and Bodo Ahrens
15:00–15:15 |
Maria Ángeles Burgos Simón, Gloria Titos, Elisabeth Andrews, Huisheng Bian, Virginie Buchard, Gabriele Curci, Alf Kirkevåg, Hitoshi Matsui, Cynthia Randles, Kai Zhang, and Paul Zieger
15:15–15:30 |
Tomas Halenka, Michal Belda, Peter Huszar, jan Karlicky, and Tereza Novakova

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