ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY
1
People
Information & Activities
2
This group exists as part of the Knowledge Action Network on Emergent Risks and Extreme Events ("Risk KAN").
Risk KAN homepage
3
4
Group LeadsMission Statement
5
ColinRaymondcolin.raymond@jpl.nasa.govheat waves, humidity, atmospheric rivers
1. To facilitate the international cross-disciplinary sharing of opportunities, ideas, and best practices related to compound weather and climate events and their impacts.
6
KaiKornhuberkk3397@columbia.eduHeat Waves, Atmosphere dynamics, Impacts on Agriculture
2. To aid in developing projects that trace the integrated physical, ecological, and anthropogenic causes of such events, through bridging existing efforts and expertises, in support of the UN SDGs.
7
MarkusReichsteinmreichstein@bgc-jena.mpg.decarbon cycle, integrated risksin more detail:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/177xLE-RsPUQV5CdZK9zP3SvnLNmR_L_fq85sjlEVLEw/edit
8
Communications
9
Group Members
Listserv sign-up page:
https://listserv.gwdg.de/mailman/listinfo/risk-kan-compound-events
10
SaranAadharsaran.aadhar@iitgn.ac.indrought, heat waves
A newsletter containing a summary of recent papers and upcoming events and opportunities will be appended to each month's webinar announcement.
11
AnkitAgarwalagarwal@pik-potsdam.de
Hydroclimatic extremes, Multi-scale complex network, Wavelet
12
AmirAghaKouchakamir.a@uci.eduDroughts, heatwaves, coastal floods, multivariate models, extreme value statisticsWebinars
(all take place at 14:00 UTC, unless otherwise noted)
13
JavedAlijavedali28@gmail.comMulti hazards, Hydrometeorological extremes, CNH system modelling, Compound flooding, Social vulnerability
YouTube Channel containing all recordings:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKpQW6FRcytGlIcN5Xy7HaA
14
Mohammad Reza
Alizadeh
mohammadreza.alizadeh@mail.mcgill.ca
Wildfires, droughts, heatwaves
2020/04/16: Dan Cooley and Marleen de Ruiter
Recording
15
WestonAndersonweston@iri.columbia.eduClimate dynamics, heat, drought, soil moisture, crop failures, and food security
2020/05/20: Lisa Thalheimer and Gabriele Messori
Recording
16
OliverAndrewsoliver.andrews@bristol.ac.uk
2020/06/30: Michael Puma and Michela De Dominicis
Recording
17
CorneliaAuercornelia.auer@pik-potsdam.de
2020/07/29: Miguel Mahecha and Julio Herrera Estrada
Recording
18
Amanda Barrosoabarr232@fiu.edu
2020/08/25: Vimal Mishra and Daniela Domeisen
Recording
19
Mohammad Mehdi
Batenimehdi.bateni@iusspavia.itDroughts, Multivariate modeling, extreme events
2020/10/15 @ 15:00 UTC: Danielle Touma and Emanuele Bevacqua
Recording
20
EmanueleBevacquae.bevacqua@reading.ac.ukcompound flooding and drought
2020/11/24 @ 20:00 UTC: Noah Diffenbaugh and Lauren Rickards
Recording
21
David N.Breschdbresch@ethz.chextreme events socioeconomic impact simulations at high yet globally consistent resolution. www.wcr.ethz.ch and https://wcr.ethz.ch/research/climada.html
2021/02/25 @ 15:00 UTC: Deepti Singh and Jordan Christian
Recording
22
ManuelaBrunnermanuela.i.brunner@gmail.comFloods, droughts, spatial extremes
2021/04/06: Bruno Merz/Massimiliano Pittore and Brian Golding
Recording
23
IsabelCaballero Leivaicaballero@meteo.ub.educompound events, cascade impacts, flooding, storm surge
24
SuzanaCamargosuzana@ldeo.columbia.eduHurricanes, extreme events, hurricane risk, hurricane impacts
Conferences, Workshops, Applications, Special Issues, etc.
25
MercèCasas-Pratmerce.casasprat@canada.caEventDateLocationLink
26
AlexanderChacónalequech@gmail.com
DAMOCLES Short-Term Scientific Mission exchange application
Continuous until Apr 30, 2021
http://damocles.compoundevents.org/stsm.php
27
KalpanaChaudhariisdrklc@hotmail.comHeat waves, information and communication, risk assessmentEGU General AssemblyApr 19-30, 2021Online
https://www.egu2021.eu
28
RuishanChenchenrsh04@gmail.comcompound natural events and cascading socioeconomic impacts, insurance
*see especially the following accepted sessions*:
29
FeliciaChiangchiangf@uci.eduDroughts, concurrent warm and dry extremes, compound events
Climate extremes, biosphere and society: impacts, cascades, feedbacks, and resilience (ITS3.2/BG7)
30
Bratati Chowdhurybchowdhury@hy.iitr.ac.inheat extremes, precipitation extremes
Compound weather and climate events (NH10.4)
31
EthanCoffelecoffel@dartmouth.eduextreme heat, climate impacts on energy systems, agriculture, infrastructure
Implications of multi-hazards: finance, built environment and infrastructure (NH10.3)
32
Paulina Conchapc2521@columbia.eduExtreme events and water systems
Modelling and managing systemic risks of natural and environmental hazards (NH10.2)
33
DanCooleycooleyd@stat.colostate.eduMultivariate extremes. Impactful events arising from multiple/compound factors. Tail dependence. Statistical modeling.
Natural hazard event analyses for risk reduction and climate adaptation (NH9.5)
34
AnaïsCouasnonanais.couasnon@vu.nlCompound flooding, multi-hazard, probabilistic modelling
Sustainability Research and Innovation Conference
Jun 12-15, 2021
Brisbane, AU, and online
https://sri2021.org
35
DimCoumoud.coumou@vu.nlHeat waves, drought, extreme rain, summer circulation, causal inference, machine learning, S2S forecasting, early warning
International Conference on Natural Hazards and Extreme Weather
Jun 21-22, 2021Vienna, AT
https://waset.org/natural-hazards-and-extreme-weather-conference-in-june-2021-in-vienna
36
DeenDayalddayal@wr.iitr.ac.in
Extreme Value Analysis Conference
Jun 28-Jul 2, 2021Online
https://www.maths.ed.ac.uk/school-of-mathematics/eva-2021
37
PaoloDe Lucap.deluca@vu.nl
HESS, NHESS, BG, and ESD joint special issue on compound events
Aug 31, 2021 (deadline)
https://hess.copernicus.org/articles/special_issue11_1091.html
38
Yannde Meyyann.demey@wur.nlRisk in agriculture
Adaptation Futures Conference
Oct 4-8, 2021
New Delhi, IN, and online
http://adaptationfutures2020.in/index.php
39
Marleende Ruiterm.c.de.ruiter@vu.nlconsecutive and multi-risk
International Conference on Natural Hazards and Risks in a Changing World
Oct 5-6, 2021
Potsdam, DE, and online
https://www.uni-potsdam.de/en/natriskchange/activities/second-international-natriskchange-conference-2021
40
GiulianoDi Baldassarregiuliano.dibaldassarre@geo.uu.se
ERL special issue on societal resilience and tipping points
Oct 31, 2021 (deadline)
41
JamesDonedone@ucar.eduextreme precipitation, tropical cyclones, damage and insuranceAGU Fall MeetingDec 13-17, 2021New Orleans and online
42
ReikDonnerreik.donner@h2.de
43
NoémieEhstandn.ehstand@ifisc.uib-csic.es
Other Resources & Initiatives
44
DirkEilanderdirk.eilander@vu.nlCompound flooding, model couplingCompoundEvents.orgCompoundEvents.org
45
AlejandraEnriqueza.enriquez@ucf.edu
Climate Extremes-Emergent Risks
https://climate-extremes-emergent-risks.org
46
MichaelEvansmnevans@umd.edu
DAMOCLES (EU COST Action)
http://damocles.compoundevents.org
47
AlirezaFarahmandalireza.farahmand@jpl.nasa.govFuture Earthhttps://futureearth.org
48
Pierre-SandreFarrugiapierre-sandre.farrugia@um.edu.mt
49
MeredithFishmafish@ucsd.eduextreme weather events, atmospheric rivers/extreme precip, risk mgmt
50
DorotheaFrankdfrank@bgc-jena.mpg.de
51
ThomasFrölicherthomas.froelicher@climate.unibe.ch
Marine heatwaves, multiple ocean ecosystem stressors, carbon cycle, fisheries
52
FreyaGarryfreya.garry@metoffice.gov.ukMultiple hazards and risk (UK focus)
53
FranziskaGauppgaupp@iiasa.ac.at
54
Luis Gimenol.gimeno@uvigo.es
compound extremes, drought, moisture transport
55
AvantikaGoriagori@princeton.eduCompound flooding; Tropical cyclone risk assessment
56
Lauren Grimleylgrimley@unc.edu
57
SelmaGuerreiroselma.guerreiro@newcastle.ac.ukheat waves, droughts, extreme rainfall
58
Ravi kumarGuntuguntu_r@hy.iitr.ac.in
Compound extremes, complex network, Entropy and atmospheric rivers
59
SamuelGyamerahsaasgyam@gmail.comClimate modelling, agricultural index insurance, risk management
60
IvanHaighidh1g11@soton.ac.ukCompound flooding and multi-hazards
61
RaedHamedraed.hamed@vu.nl
62
MasahikoHaraguchimh2905@columbia.educompound events; floods; systemic risk; societal impacts
63
JulioHerrerajherrera@alumni.princeton.eduDroughts, risk assessments, climate impacts on energy
64
HolgerHoffhhoff@pik-potsdam.de
65
RadleyHortonrh142@columbia.eduHumid heat, sequential extremes, simultaneous extremes in multiple regions, impacts, adaptation
66
MichelleHummelmichelle.hummel@uta.edu
67
LaurieHuninglhuning@uci.edu
68
MoniqueInguanezmonique.inguanez@um.edu.mt
69
Monica IonitaMonica.Ionita@awi.deDroughts, Floods, Heatwaves, Atmospheric dynamics
70
CaseyIvanovichcci2107@columbia.edu
71
LindseyJonesl.jones3@lse.ac.uk
72
Bor-TingJongbor-ting.jong@noaa.govwarm season hydroclimate variability, drought, flash drought, S2S predictability & prediction
73
Dmitri Kalashnikovdmitri.kalashnikov@wsu.eduair quality extremes, wildfires, lightning
74
AlanKennedy-Asseralan.kennedy@bristol.ac.uk
75
PatrykKubiczekpatryk.kubiczek@pik-potsdam.de
76
Rohini Kumarrohini.kumar@ufz.deFloods, Droughts, Heatwaves, Energy, Vulnerability and Risk analysis
77
CoreyLeskcsl2164@columbia.eduagriculture, heavy precipitation, compound drought-heat impacts
78
MattLewism.j.lewis@bangor.ac.ukoceanography, combination hazard, model process coupling
79
SidaLis.li@knights.ucf.edu
80
CharlotteLovecalove@uci.eduSpatial extreme value analysis, extreme precipitation
81
MiguelMahechammahecha@bgc-jena.mpg.deimpacts of compound events in natural and human systems
82
VictorMalagon Santosvmalagon@knights.ucf.edu
83
Yannis Markonismarkonis@fzp.czu.czDroughts, multiscale statistics, paleoclimatic reconstructions
84
OliviaMartius
olivia.martius@giub.unibe.chdynamics and statistics of compound events, insurance loss modelling
85
Tom Matthewst.matthews@lboro.ac.ukExtreme heat (mainly tropics/cub-tropics); tropical cyclones; climate model projections
86
KarenMcKinnonkmckinnon@ucla.eduheat waves, heat/humidity compound extremes, statistical methods
87
GabrieleMessorigabriele.messori15@gmail.comlarge-scale atmospheric drivers of mid and high-latitude extremes; dynamical systems theory applied to extremes
88
Benedikt Mestermester@pik-potsdam.de
89
Vimal Mishravmishra@iitgn.ac.inDroughts, Floods, Heatwaves, land surface hydrology
90
ArashModaresi Radarashmodaresirad@u.bosiestate.eduremote sensing, drought anlysis
91
HamedMoftakharihmoftakhari@eng.ua.eduCoastal hydrology, compound extremes, estuarine dynamics, flood risk
92
VeruskaMuccioneveruska.muccione@geo.uzh.chclimate risks, high mountains, adaptation
93
David F.Muñozdfmunoz1@crimson.ua.edu
94
RezaNajafi mnajafi7@uwo.cacompound flooding, coastal resilience, infrastructure impacts
95
AhmedNasrahmed.nasr@knights.ucf.edu
96
M PNavajyothn.manjeriputhiyavee@wsu.edu
97
MicheleNguyenmichele.nguyen@ntu.edu.sgstatistical modelling, connected extremes, risk analysis
98
MatiasOlmomolmo@at.fcen.uba.arstatistical downscaling and regional modeling of climate extremes
99
JasonOtkinjasono@ssec.wisc.edudroughts, heat waves, impact on agriculture and environment
100
TarasParpantarasparpan@gmail.comecology, forestry