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  Oral Programme - NH1.05 Diagnosis, modelling and forecasting of meteorological and hydrological hazards produced by extreme weather and climate change.

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Convener: Loukas, A.
Co-Convener: Llasat, M., Ulbrich, U.
Co-Sponsorship: AS, CL, HS

Tuesday, 26 April 2005

Lecture Room: Lecture Room 18

Chairperson: LOUKAS, A.

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8:30 - 8:45
EGU05-A-02326;  NH1.05-1TU1O-001
Jung, T.; Klinker, E. ; Uppala, S.
Reanalysis and reforecast of three major storms of the 20th century using the ECMWF forecasting system

8:45 - 9:00
EGU05-A-05423;  NH1.05-1TU1O-002
Becker, B
Developments in monthly forecasting at the Met Office

9:00 - 9:15
EGU05-A-06800;  NH1.05-1TU1O-003
Radziejewski, M; Pinskwar, I; Kundzewicz, Z W
Intense summer precipitation vs temperature in Europe, observations and projections

9:15 - 9:30
EGU05-A-09016;  NH1.05-1TU1O-004
Kunz, M.; Steller, H.
Precipitation enhancement over low mountain ranges

9:30 - 9:45
EGU05-A-09893;  NH1.05-1TU1O-005
Mezghani, A.; Hingray, B.; Musy, A.
Stochastic Generation of Spatial Temporal Weather Variable fields Using Circulation Indices

9:45 - 10:00
EGU05-A-02380;  NH1.05-1TU1O-006
Amengual, A.; Alonso, S.; Romero, R.; Martín, A.; Gómez, M.
A hydro-meteorological modeling study of a flash-flood event over Catalonia (Spain)

Coffee Break

Chairperson: ULBRICH, U.

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10:30 - 11:15
EGU05-A-03304;  NH1.05-1TU2O-001
Doswell, C.
Progress toward developing a practical societal response to severe convection (Soloviev Medal Lecture)

11:15 - 11:30
EGU05-A-05206;  NH1.05-1TU2O-002
Wang, S.; McGrath, R.; Semmler, T.; Sweeney, C.; Nolan, P.
The impact of the climate change on river flooding under different climate scenarios

11:30 - 11:45
EGU05-A-05350;  NH1.05-1TU2O-003
Cole, S.; Moore, R.; Bell, V.; Jones, D.
Extreme rainfall and flood response

11:45 - 12:00
EGU05-A-05479;  NH1.05-1TU2O-004
Loukas, A.; Vasiliades, L.
Identification of the relationship between meteorological and hydrological drought

12:00 - 12:15
EGU05-A-06289;  NH1.05-1TU2O-005
Dubrovsky, M.; Trnka, M.; Svoboda, M.; Hayes, M.; Wilhite, D.; Zalud, Z.; Semeradova, D.
Drought Conditions in the Czech Republic in Present and Changed Climate


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