Risk KAN: Compound Events
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People
Information & Activities
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This group exists as part of the Knowledge Action Network on Emergent Risks and Extreme Events ("Risk KAN").
Risk KAN homepage
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Group LeadsMission Statement
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ColinRaymond
colin.raymond@jpl.nasa.gov
heat 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.
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KaiKornhuber
kk3397@columbia.edu
heat waves, extreme weather, mid.-lat. dynamics
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.
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MarkusReichstein
mreichstein@bgc-jena.mpg.de
carbon cycle, integrated risksin more detail:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/177xLE-RsPUQV5CdZK9zP3SvnLNmR_L_fq85sjlEVLEw/edit
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Group Members
This contains a summary of recent ideas, research highlights, and opportunities collected from this page and elsewhere, and will be sent out approximately every 3 months.
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SaranAadhar
saran.aadhar@iitgn.ac.in
drought, heat waves
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AmirAghaKouchak
amir.a@uci.edu
Droughts, heatwaves, coastal floods multivariate models, extreme value statistics
In-Person Networking
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WestonAnderson
weston@iri.columbia.edu
Climate dynamics, heat, drought, soil moisture, crop failures, and food security
We will aim to arrange a lunch or after-hours meet-up at each of the major conferences, timed to line up with any Risk KAN-themed splinter meetings.
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EmanueleBevacqua
e.bevacqua@reading.ac.uk
compound flooding and drought
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David N.Bresch
dbresch@ethz.ch
extreme events socioeconomic impact simulations at high yet globally consistent resolution. www.wcr.ethz.ch and https://wcr.ethz.ch/research/climada.html
Conferences, Workshops, Applications, Special Issues, etc.
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SuzanaCamargo
suzana@ldeo.columbia.edu
Hurricanes, extreme events, hurricane risk, hurricane impacts
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KalpanaChaudhari
isdrklc@hotmail.com
Heat waves, information and communication, risk assessmentEventDateLink
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FeliciaChiang
chiangf@uci.edu
Droughts, concurrent warm and dry extremes, compound events
DAMOCLES Short-Term Scientific Mission exchange application
April 6 (deadline)
http://damocles.compoundevents.org/stsm.php
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EthanCoffel
ecoffel@dartmouth.edu
extreme heat, climate impacts on energy systems, agriculture, infrastructure
EGU 2020 sessions: AS1.15, AS4.2, CL2.6, NH9.22, NH10.6, NH10.7, NP2.3, SMI10
May 3-8Vienna, Austria
https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2020/sessionprogramme
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Paulina Concha
pc2521@columbia.edu
Extreme events and water systems
Understanding Risk Forum
May 18-22Singapore
https://understandrisk.org/events/
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DanCooley
cooleyd@stat.colostate.edu
Multivariate extremes. Impactful events arising from multiple/compound factors. Tail dependence. Statistical modeling.
Weather and Climate Extremes special issue on compound events
May 31 (deadline)
https://www.journals.elsevier.com/weather-and-climate-extremes/call-for-papers/special-issue-on-compound-weather-and-climate-Events
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AnaïsCouasnon
anais.couasnon@vu.nl
Compound flooding, multi-hazard, probabilistic modelling
Workshop/Conference on compond weather and climate events
Jan 13-15, 2021
Bern, Switzerland
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DimCoumou
d.coumou@vu.nl
Heat waves, drought, extreme rain, summer circulation, causal inference, machine learning, S2S forecasting, early warning
HESS, NHESS, BG, and ESD joint special issue on compound events
Feb 28, 2021 (deadline)
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Marleende Ruiter
m.c.de.ruiter@vu.nl
consecutive and multi-risk
Extreme Value Analysis and Application to Natural Hazards (EVAN) Conference
May 25-27, 2021
Orlando, FL, USA
https://evan2021.wordpress.com/
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JamesDone
done@ucar.edu
extreme precipitation, tropical cyclones, damage and insurance
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DirkEilander
dirk.eilander@vu.nl
Compound flooding, model coupling
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MeredithFish
mafish@ucsd.edu
extreme weather events, atmospheric rivers/extreme precipitation, risk management
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SamuelGyamerah
saasgyam@gmail.com
Climate modelling, agricultural index insurance, risk management
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IvanHaigh
idh1g11@soton.ac.uk
Complound flooding and multi-hazards
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MasahikoHaraguchi
mh2905@columbia.edu
compound events; floods; systemic risk; societal impactsOther Resources
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JulioHerrera
jherrera@alumni.princeton.edu
Droughts, risk assessments, climate impacts on energyCompoundEvents.orgCompoundEvents.org
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RadleyHorton
rh142@columbia.edu
Humid heat, sequential extremes, simultaneous extremes in multiple regions, impacts, adaptation
Climate Extremes-Emergent Risks
https://climate-extremes-emergent-risks.org
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CoreyLesk
csl2164@columbia.edu
agriculture, heavy precipitation, compound drought-heat impacts
WCRP Grand Challenge on Extremes
https://www.wcrp-climate.org/gc-extremes-activities
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CharlotteLove
calove@uci.edu
Spatial extreme value analysis, extreme precipitation
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MiguelMahecha
mmahecha@bgc-jena.mpg.de
impacts of compund events in natural and human systems
Brainstorming Space
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Yannis Markonis
markonis@fzp.czu.cz
Droughts, multiscale statistics, paleoclimatic reconstructions
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OliviaMartius
olivia.martius@giub.unibe.ch
dynamics and statistics of compound events, insurance loss modelling
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Tom Matthews
t.matthews@lboro.ac.uk
Extreme heat (mainly tropics/cub-tropics); tropical cyclones; climate model projections
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KarenMcKinnon
kmckinnon@ucla.edu
heat waves, heat/humidity compound extremes, statistical methods
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HamedMoftakharihmoftakhari@eng.ua.eduCoastal hydrology, compound extremes, estuarine dynamics, flood risk
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VeruskaMuccione
veruska.muccione@geo.uzh.ch
climate risks, high mountains, adaptation
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RezaNajafi
mnajafi7@uwo.ca
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MatiasOlmo
molmo@at.fcen.uba.ar
statistical downscaling and regional modeling of climate extremes
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JasonOtkin
jasono@ssec.wisc.edu
droughts, heat waves, impact on agriculture and environment
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Perkins-Kirkpatrick
sarah.kirkpatrick@unsw.edu.au
heatwaves, detection and attribution, health impacts
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MariaPregnolato
maria.pregnolato@bristol.ac.uk
flood, infrastructure resilience,impact assessment, multi-hazard, interdependecy
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AlexandreRamos
amramos@fc.ul.pt
compound flooding, Atmospheric Rivers, heat waves,
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MamunurRashid
rasmy009@mymail.unisa.edu.au
flood, drought, heatwave,extreme sea level, downscaling, multi-hazard and compound events
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NinaRidder
n.ridder@unsw.edu.au
storm surge, atmospheric rivers, bushfires/fireweather, air quality, HWs
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NorelRimbu
Norel.Rimbu@awi.de
Reconstruction of extreme climate variability from proxy data (ice cores, corals, lake sediments, etc); main drivers of extremes from a paleoclimate perspective, seasonal to multidecadal predictability of extremes
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JamesRisbey
james.risbey@csiro.au
large scale atmospheric circulation and associated surface extremes
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CassandraRogers
cassandra.rogers@wsu.edu
Concurrent heatwaves and large-scale atmospheric circulation
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AlexRuane
alexander.c.ruane@nasa.gov
compound and connected hazards, cascading impacts and risk; multi-breadbasket failures and food system shocks
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MojtabaSadegh
mojtabasadegh@boisestate.edu
Wildfires, droughts, heatwaves
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AntoniaSebastian
asebastian@unc.edu
hydrology; compound floods; coastal resilience; risk assessment; climate adaptation
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RuishanSha
chenrsh04@gmail.com
compound natural events and cascading socioeconomic impacts, insurance
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ShailzaSharma
shailzas@iisc.ac.in
Hydro-climatic extremes
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Deepti Singh
deepti.singh@wsu.edu
concurrent heat extremes, droughts, monsoons, precipitation extremes, attribution, impacts
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AlyssaStansfield
alyssa.stansfield@stonybrook.edu
climate modelling, tropical cyclones, extreme precipitation
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LauraSuarez-Gutierrez
laura.suarez@mpimet.mpg.de
heat waves, concurrent heat and dry/humid extremes, high-impact&low-probability events, large ensembles
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LisaThalheimer
lisa.thalheimer@chch.ox.ac.uk
Extreme weather events, climate impacts on human mobility and conflict
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WimThiery
wim.thiery@vub.be
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CarlyTozer
carly.tozer@csiro.au
Extreme events on varying timescales, atmospheric and oceanic processes influencing extremes
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Karinvan der Wielwiel@knmi.nldrought, heat waves, energy meteorology, societal impacts
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EdoardoVignotto
edoardo.vignotto@unige.ch
Extreme value statistical modeling
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MarthaVogel
martha.vogel@env.ethz.ch
Temperature extremes, climate model projections
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ThomasWahl
t.wahl@ucf.edu
Extreme sea levels, compound flooding, consecutive extremes
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PhilipWard
philip.ward@vu.nl
compound floods; consecutive events; systemic risk
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MichaelWehner
mfwehner@lbl.gov
Multi-variate extreme value statistics. Hot, dry, windy vs. Hot, moist, stagnant. Etc.
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RalfWeisse
ralf.weisse@hzg.de
coastal storms
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RachelWhite
rachel.white@eoas.ubc.ca
heat extremes, atmospheric dynamics, atmospheric waveguides
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GregYetman
gyetman@ciesin.columbia.edu
Exposure data development (human population, infrastructure)
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YiZhang
yz8@princeton.edu
Tropical heat stress, precipitation
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ShaZhou
sz2766@columbia.edu
drought, heat waves, heavy precipitation, flood, compound extreme events
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JakobZscheischler
jakob.zscheischler@climate.unibe.ch
heat waves and droughts, model evaluation
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