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Poster Session I (May 29, 3:00pm-4:10pm)
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NumberSessionLast NameFirst NameOrganizationTitle
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1Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesChaudhari*SomitaChellaram College
Application of Artificial Intelligence for flooding studies focusing on tsunamis and extreme water related Disasters along Coastal Regions in the Asia-Pacific region
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2Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesLesk*CoreyColumbia University
Disentangling the joint impacts of heat and moisture on global crop yield variability
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3Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesLiberatoMargarida
Universidade de Tres-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD)
Synergy between drought, heatwaves and vegetation on the exceptional fire activity over Mediterranean Europe
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4Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesMahechaMiguel
Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry
The Impacts of Compound Events on the Terrestrial Carbon Cycle
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5Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesMcKinnonKarenUCLA
Observed and modeled changes in the distribution of daily temperature and humidity
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6Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesOlmo*MatiasUniversity of Buenos Aires
Daily extreme temperature and precipitation compound events in different datasets in Southeastern South America
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7Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesRibeiro*Andreia
Instituto Dom Luiz (IDL), Faculdade de Ciencias, Universidade de Lisboa
Using copulas for joint modelling of droughts and associated losses in agricultural crops
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8Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesSalvadoriGianfaustoUniversity of Salento
A distributional multivariate approach for assessing performance of climate-hydrology models
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9Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesSemenovaInna
Odessa State Environmental University
Distribution of dry and hot conditions in Ukraine at the present time and near future
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10Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesSharma*ShailzaIndian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Estimating the risk of compound extremes in a drought prone region
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11Compound Events: Diverse ApproachesWhite*CharlieUniversity of Toronto
Large-Scale Climate Drivers of Extreme Ozone Pollution Episodes in Summertime North America
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20Compound Events: Storms & FloodsCattoJenniferUniversity of Exeter
Global analysis of compound precipitation, wind and wave extremes and their relationship with cyclones, fronts and thunderstorms
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21Compound Events: Storms & FloodsChen*ZiyuStevens Institute of Technology
Assessing Compound Rain/Coastal Flood Hazards on Small Urban Watersheds
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22Compound Events: Storms & FloodsDe MicheleCarloPolytechnic University of Milan
Statistical dependence of flood peaks in compound event perspective: illustration of some case studies
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23Compound Events: Storms & FloodsJane*RobertUniversity of Central Florida
Compound flood risk in Miami Dade County from surge, rainfall and antecedent catchment conditions
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24Compound Events: Storms & FloodsLiberatoMargarida
Universidade de Tres-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD)
Catalogue of weather compound events for the Iberian Peninsula
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25Compound Events: Storms & FloodsNajafiRezaWestern University
Investigating compound flooding in a Caribbean island using hydrodynamic modelling
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26Compound Events: Storms & FloodsO'Brien*JohnUniversity of California Santa Cruz
Metrics for Understanding Large-scale Controls of Multivariate Temperature and Precipitation Variability
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27Compound Events: Storms & FloodsRidderNina Nadine
ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes, University of New South Wales
Statistical relationship between the three physical variables behind the most damaging natural hazards in New South Wales, Australia
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28Compound Events: Storms & FloodsTowey*Katherine
The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Track and Circulation Analysis of Tropical and Extratropical Cyclones that Cause Strong Precipitation and Streamflow Events in the New York City Watershed
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30Concurrent EventsAmonkar*YashColumbia University
Clustered Climate Risk Analysis of Dams in the Ohio River Basin
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31Concurrent EventsAvgi*ArielCity College of New York
Characterizing Concurrent Hot and Dry Spell Events Across Crucial Breadbasket Regions
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32Concurrent EventsGoss*MichaelStanford University
Climate change is increasing the risk of extreme wildfire conditions across California
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33Concurrent EventsHaraguchi*MasahikoHarvard University
Correlated Risks for Heavy Precipitation in Mega-cities in East Asia
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34Concurrent EventsPappada*RobertaUniversity of Trieste
A copula-based algorithm for clustering concurrent flood risks
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35Concurrent EventsSokol*NicholasUniversity of South Carolina
The Influence of ENSO on Drought-Precipitation Periods in the United States
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36Concurrent EventsSwenson*LeifUC Davis
Algorithmically Identifying the Meteorological Processes Behind Extreme Precipitation Events
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37Concurrent EventsTozerCarly
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
The influence of global scale wave trains on compound and concurrent weather extremes in Tasmania and beyond
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Poster Session II (May 30, 4:35pm-5:45pm)
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SessionSessionLast NameFirst NameOrganizationTitle
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40Sequential or Persistent EventsAadhar*Saran
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Gandhinagar
Increased dryness in South Asia under the warming climate
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41Sequential or Persistent EventsHausteinKarstenUniversity of Oxford
Correlated analysis of the dynamics behind the European summer heat wave 2018
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42Sequential or Persistent EventsNakamuraJenniferColumbia Univ. LDEO
C-cubed HITS: Cluster Climate Conditioned Hurricane Intensity and Track Simulator with North Atlantic Ocean Applications for Risk Assessment
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43Sequential or Persistent EventsPascaleSalvatorePrinceton University
Potential Increase in Hazard From Mediterranean Hurricane Activity With Global Warming
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44Sequential or Persistent EventsPfleiderer*PeterHumboldt University
More persistent boreal summer weather in a 2 C world
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45Sequential or Persistent EventsPintoJoaquim
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Serial clustering of extra-tropical cyclones over Western Europe: Dynamics and associated impacts
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46Sequential or Persistent EventsRisbeyJamesCSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere
The dynamics and regime characteristics of recurring heat extremes
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47Sequential or Persistent EventsStansfield*AlyssaStony Brook University
Tropical Cyclone Contribution to Extreme Precipitation over the Eastern United States
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van der Linden*
EvelineWageningen University
Twin hazards in an increasingly variable climate: the future of drought-to-flood events
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49Sequential or Persistent EventsVogel*
Johannes Joscha
Technical University of Berlin
Analysis of concurrent climate extremes driving land degradation and recovery in the Mediterranean regions
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50Sequential or Persistent EventsWhiteRachelBarcelona Supercomputing Center
Heatwaves and Atmospheric Waveguides
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51Sequential or Persistent EventsZhengHaifeng
Chinese Academy of Sciences and Columbia University
Drought area and its effects on water and crops in Northeast China
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60Sectoral Perspectives on Societal ImpactsBalchJenniferUniversity of Colorado, Boulder
Understanding and predicting extreme wildfires in the contiguous United States
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61Sectoral Perspectives on Societal ImpactsBraschi*LeaCBCL Limited
Impacts of Compound Events on Infrastructure and Communities in Atlantic Canada & Importance of Including Probabilities of Compound Events in Engineering Assessments
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62Sectoral Perspectives on Societal ImpactsGyamerah*Samuel
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
Spatio-temporal regime-switching weather derivatives: Agricultural risk management in Africa
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63Sectoral Perspectives on Societal ImpactsLiangAizhen
Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology (China)
Effect of conservation tillage on soil microbial community and maize yield under drought stress
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64Sectoral Perspectives on Societal ImpactsPetersLauraOregon State University
How should conflict be considered in disaster risk reduction?
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65Sectoral Perspectives on Societal ImpactsViemeisterCharlesConsolidated Edison
Correlated Extremes (Dry- and Wet-Bulb Temperature): Con Edison's Climate Change Vulnerability Study
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66Sectoral Perspectives on Societal ImpactsWereValerie
NOAA Center for Earth System Sciences and Remote Sensing Technologies
The impact of monsoon extremes and ENSO on fish catch volume in Bangladesh
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Systemic Risk: Identification, Response, and Societal Feedbacks
JossetLaurelineColumbia University
Assessing the impact of correlated climate signals on water allocation strategies
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Systemic Risk: Identification, Response, and Societal Feedbacks
Serafin*KatherineStanford University
Compound flood risk in the south San Francisco Bay: Coupling climatic and seismic hazards at the Anderson Dam
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ShaoWanyunUniversity of Alabama
Social vulnerability and exposure to flooding: understanding the geographic distribution of people seeking rescues during Hurricane Harvey
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TedescoMarcoColumbia University
Mapping the impact of floods on house markets from space: a test case of Hurricane Florence in 2018
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