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Society will feel the impacts of climate change mainly through extreme weather and climate events, such as heat waves and droughts, heavy rainfall and associated flooding, and extreme winds. Determining from the observational record whether there have been significant changes in the frequency, amplitude and persistence of extreme events poses considerable challenges. Changes in the distributional tails of climate variables may not necessarily be coherent with the changes in their mean values. Also, attributing any such changes to natural or anthropogenic drivers is a challenge.

The aim of this session will be studies that bridge the spatial scales and reach the timescales of extreme events that impact all our lives. Papers are solicited on advancing the understanding of causes of observed changes in mean climate, in its variability and in the frequency and intensity of extreme events. In particular, papers are invited on trends in the regional climate of Europe, not just the mean, but variability and extremes, often for the latter measured through well-chosen indices.

Convener: Martine Rebetez | Co-Conveners: Simona Fratianni, Albert M.G. Klein Tank, Monika Lakatos
| Tue, 10 Sep, 14:00–18:30|Oticon Hall
| Attendance Wed, 11 Sep, 09:30–10:30 | Display Mon, 09 Sep, 09:30–Wed, 11 Sep, 12:30|Sports Hall
Display time: Monday, 9 September 2019 09:30–Wednesday, 11 September 12:30

Attendance time: Wednesday, 11 September 2019, 09:30–10:30 | Sports Hall

Chairperson: 16916
Chairperson: 16916
P126 |
Arne Spitzer, Uwe Pfeifroth, Steffen Kothe, Jörg Trentmann, Johannes W. Kaiser, and Rainer Hollmann
Chairperson: 16916
P127 |
Masamichi Ohba and Soichiro Sugimoto
Chairperson: 16916
P128 |
Ondrej Lhotka, Martin Dubrovský, Miroslav Trnka, Jan Balek, Jan Kyselý, and Martin Možný
Chairperson: 16916
P129 |
Liliya Bocheva, Dimitar Nikolov, Krastina Malcheva, and Radoslav Evgeniev
Chairperson: 16916
P130 |
Inter-annual variability and trends of the rainy season in the Altiplano region in Peru
Katrin Sedlmeier, Cornelia Schwierz, Noemi Imfeld, Stefanie Gubler, Grinia Avalos, Yury Escajadillo, Karim Quevedo, and Christoph Spirig
Chairperson: 16916
P131 |
Javier Portero, Francisco Javier Acero, and José Agustín García
Chairperson: 16916
Chairperson: 16916
P133 |
Pavel Faško, Ladislav Markovič, and Jozef Pecho
Chairperson: 16916
P134 |
Wenping He, Xiaoqiang Xie, and Shiquan Wan
Chairperson: 16916
P135 |
Evaluation of climatic trends in Romania linked with atmospheric circulation types constructed with different reanalysis datasets
Ion-Andrei Nita, Liviu Apostol, Marius-Victor Birsan, and Alexandru Dumitrescu
Chairperson: 16916
P136 |
Monika Lakatos, Beatrix Izsák, Lilla Hoffmann, and Olivér Szentes
Chairperson: 16916
P137 |
Wind speed changes in the Iberian Peninsula under different climate change scenarios
Emilio Romero-Jiménez, Matilde García-Valdecasas-Ojeda, Patricio Yeste-Donaire, Juan José Rosa-Cánovas, Sonia Raquel Gámiz-Fortis, Yolanda Castro-Díez, and María Jesús Esteban-Parra
Chairperson: 16916
P138 |
Gianna Kitsara, Tim Van der Schriek, Vasilis E. Psiloglou, and Christos Giannakopoulos
Chairperson: 16916
P139 |
Marius-Victor Birsan, Ion-Andrei Nita, and Alexandra Craciun
Chairperson: 16916
P140 |
Agnieszka Sulikowska and Agnieszka Wypych
Chairperson: 16916
P141 |
Snow cover trends 1998-2018 over the Alpine region based on snow depth numerical hindcast
Giulio Betti, Valerio Capecchi, and Bernardo Gozzini
Chairperson: 16916
P142 |
Alba Llabrés, Marc Prohom, Jordi Cunillera, José María Cuadrat, Roberto Serrano-Notivoli, Miguel Ángel Saz, Laura Trapero, Marc Pons, Jean Michel Soubeyroux, and Ernesto Rodríguez
Chairperson: 16916
Chairperson: 16916
Chairperson: 16916
P145 |
Uwe Pfeifroth, Joerg Trentmann, Roswitha Cremer, and Martin Stengel
Chairperson: 16916
P146 |
European climate change under 1.5 and 2.0 °C warming in a multi-model large ensemble
Camille Li, Clio Michel, Lise S. Graff, Ingo Bethke, and Giuseppe Zappa and the HappiMIP team

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