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  List of Accepted Contributions - NP5.01 Quantifying predictability including high impact weather (THORPEX) and hydrology (HEPEX) (co-listed in HS & NH)

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Kuchment, L.S.; Gelfan, A.N.
Long-term ensemble forecasting of snowmelt floods

Titley, H.; Hewson, T.; Johnson, C.; Swinbank, R.
Predicting high-impact weather using medium-range ensemble forecasts

Tang, Y
Comparison of Information-based Measures of Forecast Uncertainty in Ensemble ENSO Prediction

Rousset-Regimbeau, F. ; Noilhan, J. ; Thirel, G. ; Martin, E. ; Habets, F.
Medium-range Ensemble Streamflow forecast over France

Thirel, G.; Rousset-Regimbeau, F.; Martin, E.; Noilhan, J.; Habets, F.
A comparison of short-range forecasts from two Ensemble Streamflow Prediction Systems

Mu, M.; Zhou, F.F.; Wang, H.L.; Ge, F.H.
Applications of Conditional nonlinear optimal perturbations to adaptive observations

Andel van, S. J.; Lobbrecht, A. H.; Price, R. K.
Anticipatory Water Management; cost-benefit analysis

Diomede, T.; Marsigli, C.; Montani, A.; Paccagnella, T.
The COSMO-LEPS system as tool to drive a real-time flood forecasting chain

Zelazny, R.; Malinowski, S.P. ; Jakubiak, B.; Lobocki, L.; Witek, M.L.; Kurowski, M.; Bednarek, K.; Piotrowski, Z.P. ; Struzewska, J.; Zdunek, M.
A multimodel regional ensemble over Central Europe: preliminary results.

Argence, S.; Lambert, D.; Richard, E.; Chaboureau, J.-P.
Application of local potential vorticity modifications to improve the numerical prediction of an intense Mediterranean cyclone

Hohenegger, C.; Schär, C.
Atmospheric predictability at synoptic versus cloud-resolving scales

Candille, G.
The Multi-Ensemble Approach: the NAEFS Example

Schaake, J
Analysis of uncertainty in the distribution of wet precipitation events

Cui, B.; Toth, Z.; Zhu, Y.; Hou, D.
Statistical bias correction and downscaling methods

Kwasniok, F.; Feudel, U.
The Structure of Predictability in a Quasigeostrophic Atmospheric Model

Toth, Z.; Bougeault, P.
Activities and plans for TIGGE

Zhina, J.; Mu, M.
An investigation on the application of conditional nonlinear optimal perturbation to ensemble prediction

Montani, A.; Marsigli, C.; Diomede, T.
Basin-oriented verification of COSMO-LEPS system

Schultz, P.; Yuan, H.; Charles, M.; Krzysztofowicz, R.; Toth, Z.
A continuous variable for the statistical processing of precipitation

Schaake, J.; Thielen, J.
A review of the 2007 HEPEX workshop

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