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This session will welcome all technical and scientific contributions devoted to increasing our understanding of atmospheric phenomena that might represent a hazard for people, property and environment. Studies devoted to enhance physical understanding of severe weather phenomena (for example deep convection or intense straight lines winds) are of particular interest even if the severe weather phenomena are not linked directly to a specific hazard. Embracing the proposal given by the organizers for this year, particularly welcome will be the contributions dealing (directly or indirectly) with the Artic area or underlining aspects connected to artic drivers of atmospheric hazards.
Moreover, in line with the suggestions given by EMS 2019 meeting committee, we would encourage contributors to underline intercultural aspects of their methods and findings, and to point their attention not only to the physical and meteorological characteristics of atmospheric hazards, but also to their relevance in a changing climate including possible impacts on human activities and the environment.
Contributions dealing with studies of specific episodes (case studies) will be welcome, provided they further increase physical understanding and are representative at least for the area where these events took place.
Particularly welcome will be contributions incorporating both numerical and conceptual modelling to improve our understanding of severe weather phenomena.
In general we will encourage the exchange of expertise and experiences related to the various topics connected to hazardous atmospheric phenomena and severe weather events. For this reason an interdisciplinary approach will be particularly welcome.
Potential topics for this session include i.a.:
• Flash-floods and heavy rain events;
• Hail;
• Freezing rain, icing and intense snow falls;
• Cold/heat events, even those occurring at small time scales;
• Fog;
• Tornadoes, waterspouts, derechos and downbursts;
• Severe wind storms;
• Intense Mediterranean cyclones;
• Tropical like cyclones;
• Lightning;
• Polar lows, their evolution and impacts;
• Severe katabatic or foehn winds;
• Gap and orographic flows;
• Breaking of gravity waves, as well as severe turbulence;
The above-listed topics are of course not exclusive and the session’s Conveners eagerly anticipate papers on new ideas and approaches and novel understanding covering all aspects of atmospheric hazards and severe weather events.

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Conveners: Fulvio Stel, Arne Spekat | Co-Conveners: Dario Giaiotti, Mario Marcello Miglietta, Sante Laviola, Jordi Mazon, Victoria Sinclair
Orals
| Wed, 11 Sep, 10:30–15:30|Room M1
Posters
| Attendance Thu, 12 Sep, 09:30–10:30 | Display Wed, 11 Sep, 13:30–Fri, 13 Sep, 13:30|Sports Hall
Display time: Wednesday, 11 September 2019 13:30–Friday, 13 September 13:30

Attendance time: Thursday, 12 September 2019, 09:30–10:30 | Sports Hall

Chairperson: 16912
Observations and climatology
Sports Hall
Chairperson: 16912
P129 |
EMS2019-53
Observed Characteristics Change of Tropical Cyclones during Rapid Intensification over Western North Pacific Using CloudSat Data
(withdrawn)
Fengmei Yao and Da Zhang
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
P131 |
EMS2019-290
Daniel Celiński-Mysław
Chairperson: 16912
P132 |
EMS2019-287
Sabina Stefan, Bogdan Antonescu, Cristian Necula, and Ana Denisa Urlea
Chairperson: 16912
Heat fluxes and severe weather
Chairperson: 16912
P133 |
EMS2019-32
Cloud radiative effects on rainfall during the landfall of Typhoon Soudelor (2015)
(withdrawn)
Guoqing Zhai and Xiaofan Li
Chairperson: 16912
P134 |
EMS2019-115
Seasonal contributions of a large lake on Tibetan Plateau to regional precipitation
(withdrawn)
Yufeng Dai
Chairperson: 16912
Large scale circulation and severe weather
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
Sea and severe weather
Chairperson: 16912
P137 |
EMS2019-496
Inchae Na, Junghan Kim, and Inhyuk Kwon
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
P139 |
EMS2019-362
Kostas Douvis, Iliana Polychroni, Markos Mylonas, Nadia Politi, and Panagiotis Nastos
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
P141 |
EMS2019-483
Taru Olsson, Anna Luomaranta, Kirsti Jylhä, Lichuan Wu, Julia Jeworrek, Christian Dieterich, and Anna Rutgersson
Chairperson: 16912
Case studies
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
P143 |
EMS2019-395
Joseba Egaña, Olatz Principe, David Pierna, and Santiago Gaztelumendi
Chairperson: 16912
P144 |
EMS2019-391
Joseba Egaña, Olatz Principe, David Pierna, and Santiago Gaztelumendi
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
P146 |
EMS2019-144
Dominic Matte, Jens H. Christensen, Rasmus Anker Pedersen, Henrik Vedel, and Henrik Feddersen
Chairperson: 16912
Numerical modeling
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
P149 |
EMS2019-33
Karol Ćorko, Barbara Malečić, Damjan Jelić, Kristian horvath, Nataša Strelac Mahović, Petra Mikuš Jurković, and Maja Telišman Prtenjak
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
Historical records
Chairperson: 16912
P151 |
EMS2019-948
Fulvio Stel and Dario. B. Giaiotti
Chairperson: 16912
Chairperson: 16912
P153 |
EMS2019-536
Laura Zubiate, Len Shaffrey, Panos Athanasiadis, Ari Venalainen, George Emmanouil, Paula Camus, Oyvind Breivik, and Henk van den Brink

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