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Title (Primary) Compound climate events and extremes in the midlatitudes: Dynamics, simulation, and statistical characterization
Author Messori, G.; Bevacqua, E.; Caballero, R.; Coumou, D.; De Luca, P.; Faranda, D.; Kornhuber, K.; Martius, O.; Pons, F.; Raymond, C.; Ye, K.; Yiou, P.; Zscheischler, J.;
Journal Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Year 2021
Department CHS;
Volume 102
Issue 4
Language englisch;
Keywords Atmospheric circulation; Extreme events; Statistical techniques
Abstract What: The workshop, conducted virtually due to travel restrictions related to COVID-19,
gathered scientists from six countries and focused on the mechanistic understanding,
statistical characterization, and modeling of societally relevant compound climate
events and extremes in the midlatitudes. These ranged from co-occurring hot–humid
or wet–windy extremes, to spatially compounding wet and dry extremes, to temporally
compounding hot–wet events and more. The aim was to bring together selected
experts studying a diverse range of compound climate events and extremes to present
their ongoing work and outline challenges and future developments in this societally
relevant field of research.
When: 7–9 September 2020
Where: Held digitally
ID 24738
Persistent UFZ Identifier https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=24738
Messori, G., Bevacqua, E., Caballero, R., Coumou, D., De Luca, P., Faranda, D., Kornhuber, K., Martius, O., Pons, F., Raymond, C., Ye, K., Yiou, P., Zscheischler, J. (2021):
Compound climate events and extremes in the midlatitudes: Dynamics, simulation, and statistical characterization
Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. 102 (4), E774 - E781