8th GEWEX Open Science Conference: Extremes and Water on the Edge

May 6 - 11, 2018 | Canmore, Alberta, Canada

Poster Program and Numbering

Posters are listed by session below. Each poster is assigned to a group (A, B, C, or D) and will be presented for two days of the conference (Monday and Tuesday or Wednesday and Thursday). This is a change from earlier plans to have the posters up for one day. Posters in Groups A and B will be presented on Monday and Tuesday from 1230-1445, and posters in Groups C and D will be presented on Wednesday and Thursday from 1230-1445. Due to the large number of abstracts received for sessions 15 and 23, those sessions have been split into two parts, so please take note of which day your poster will be presented on.

Maps of the poster locations are below. Each poster has been assigned a location in one of the rooms or hallways of the venue. Poster PDFs will be linked to the abstract titles below in the weeks following the Conference. To submit your poster PDF, complete the form at the bottom of the poster guidelines page.

Posters in Groups A and B

Posters in Groups C and D

Posters can be set up in the morning before noon on the day they are scheduled to be presented and must be removed by 2100 the same night. Any poster not removed by 2100 will be discarded.

Lightning talks are indicated by an * to the right of the poster number. Lightning talks in Group A will go on Monday, talks in Group B will go on Tuesday, talks in Group C will go on Wednesday, and talks in Group D will go on Thursday.

Session Number Poster Number First Name Last Name Abstract Ttile
1 A-1 Juris Almonte On the Changing Rain-Snow Transition Region Over the Southern Canadian Cordillera: A Perspective into the Future
1 A-2* Wilhelm May Contributions of soil moisture interactions to the climate biases in the EC-Earth Earth System Model
1 A-3 Salauddin Mohammad Retrieving characteristics of Inertia Gravity Wave parameters with least uncertainties using hodograph method
1 A-4 Marisol Osman Towards the co-production of climate knowledge for Strengthening Societal Adaptation Response to Extreme Events: Strategy for Northeastern Argentina agricultural sector.
1 A-5 Maria Poggi Assessing the analog method for statistical downscaling of daily precipitation in Southeastern South America
1 A-6 Olivia Martius Flood-relevant precipitation thresholds for Switzerland
1 A-7 Zun Yin Evaluation of ORCHIDEE-MICT simulated soil moisture over China and impacts of different atmospheric forcing data
1 A-8 CHOU MING A characteristics analysis and assessment of economic damage of typhoons during 1990-2015 in Guangdong, China
2 C-47 Wang Shijin Analysis of water resource system risk and management in Asian arid areas: a case study in the Chinese Heihe River Basin
2 C-48* Jason Evans OzEWEX: An Australian network focused on climate-water interactions
2 C-49* Kenshi Hibino High resolution monitoring system of hydrological cycle in Japan
2 C-50 Ali Nazemi Benchmarking Global Reservoir Operation Algorithms in a Regional Case Study
2 C-51 Jeffrey Basara Developing a Framework for Seamless Prediction of Sub-Seasonal Extreme Precipitation Events in the United States.
2 C-52 Shuanglin Li Climatic Trend and Future Projection of the Consecutive Rainfall Events over Three Gorges Reservoir Gegion in Spring
3 D-2* Thomas Holmes Evaluation the application of thermal infrared and microwave surface temperature observations to the retrieval of evapotranspiration under clear to cloudy conditions.
3 D-3* Joan Cuxart ET uncertainties linked to surface heterogeneities and energy imbalance
3 D-4 Bob Su Remote sensing of global land surface heat fluxes and evaporation with a turbulent heat exchange parameterization method – A reprisal of SEBS
3 D-5 Sara Vallejo-Bernal Evaluating Diverse Potential Evapotranspiration Methodologies and Datasets in Amazonia under the Budyko Framework
3 D-6 Alain Tamoffo Dynamic of moisture flux, evaporation and precipitation over Central Africa in Reanalysis and RCA4 driven by CMIP5
4 C-35* Julian Giles The diurnal cycle of precipitation over South America and how preceding soil moisture conditions can affect precipitation events.
4 C-36 Yukari Takayabu Upper tropospheric controls of the extreme precipitation in the western north Pacific sector
4 C-37 Brian Mapes Extreme precipitation on 0.25-4 degree and daily scales: Case studies, data product comparisons, and an interactive atlas where you can do the same
4 C-38 Geremy Panthou The Sahelian rainfall regime intensification: From daily to sub-daily timescales.
4 C-39 Geert Lenderink Super Clausius Clapeyron scaling of convective rain intensities and its relation to large-scale atmospheric conditions and convective cell size
4 C-40 Bodo Ahrens Diurnal cycles and tracks of convective cells in radar and lightning observations vs. convection permitting simulations
5 C-1* Wim Thiery Irrigation versus global warming
5 C-2* Zun Yin How irrigation affects water budget in China with different irrigation schemes
5 C-3* Felix Zaussinger Mapping irrigated cropland over the contiguous United States by combining satellite and modelled soil moisture data (Presented by Wouter Dorigo)
5 C-4 Liang Chen Observed and Simulated Impacts of Global Irrigation on Local Surface Temperature
5 C-5 Patricia Lawston Irrigation Signals Detected from Satellite Soil Moisture Retrievals / Also an oral presentation in S5 on Wednesday, 9 May at 11:30 AM in the Ladyslipper-Arnica Room
6 C-41* Toby Marthews The impact of uncertainty in rainfall on water resource prediction.
6 C-42 Sujan Koirala Spatiotemporal association of the modelled groundwater recharge and precipitation
6 C-43 Xinyao Zhou The change of spatiotemporal characteristics of extreme rainfall and its link with urban flooding in Beijing Metropolitan Area
6 C-44 Jean-Luc Martel Evolution of daily and hourly precipitation and streamflow extremes in three large ensembles of climate simulations over North American catchments
6 C-45 Yonghui Yang Linking trends in urban extreme rainfall to urban flooding in China
6 C-46 Georges-Noel Longandjo On the large-scale circulation over Central Africa and its associated water vapour budget
6 C-55 Joel Zeder On the large-scale circulation over Central Africa and its associated water vapor budget (Erich Fischer presenting)
6 C-56 David Gochis Quantifying the impacts of a warming climate on water supply and hydrologic extremes using the community
7 B-19* Christopher McCray Long-Duration Freezing Rain Events over North America: Regional Climatology and Maintenance Mechanisms
7 B-20* Tina Trautmann Understanding terrestrial water storage variations in northern latitudes across scales
7 B-21 Marzi Azarderakhsh High Resolution Freeze and Thaw States Detection using Sentinel SAR Measurements
7 B-22 Tristan L’Ecuyer Observational Constraints on the Representation of Polar Energy Budgets in Global Models
7 B-23 Sébastien Marinier Precipitation characteristics during winter storms over eastern Canada using convection-permitting climate model simulations
7 B-24 Michael Allchin A spatial analysis of Northern Hemisphere seasonal snow replenishment trends, 1971-2014
7 B-25 Dominic Matte Projected changes of mixed precipitation over southern Québec, Canada, using high-resolution regional climate simulations
7 B-26 Sebastian Krogh Past, Present and Future Arctic hydrology under changing climate and vegetation
7 B-27 Ryan Crumley Using Citizen Science Observations to Improve Snow Modeling in Alaska and Beyond
7 B-28 Hilary Smith Major Precipitation Events and Red River Flooding
7 B-29 Anne Sophie Daloz Comparison of snowfall estimates in CloudSat versus reanalyses and climate models
7 B-30 Okan Aygün Simulation of snow transport and sublimation in an agricultural river catchment, southern Quebec, Canada
8 D-16* Jan Rajczak Projections of future precipitation extremes over Europe: a multi-model assessment of climate simulations
8 D-17* Hailan Wang Simulation and prediction of warm season drought in North America
8 D-18 Kevin Reed Investigating potential changes in tropical cyclones impacting the U.S. using a high-resolution global model
8 D-19 Martin De Kauwe Are we underestimating the capacity of the vegetation to moderate heat extremes?
8 D-20 Mi Yan Simulating centennial extreme climate event during 4.2ka BP with a long-term experiment using CCSM3
8 D-21 Kefan Chen Simulation of Ming Dynasty drought based on Community Earth System Model
8 D-22 Daithi Stone Progress in the International CLIVAR C20C+ Detection and Attribution Project
8 D-23 Charlotte Love Comparison of extreme precipitation return levels using spatial Bayesian hierarchical modeling versus regional frequency analysis
8 D-24 Nabir Mamnun Forcing ocean model with atmospheric model outputs to simulate storm surge in the Bangladesh coast
8 D-25 Yimin Liu A New Synoptic Scale Resolving Climate Model FAMIL and Its Performance in Tropical Cyclones Simulation: Climatology, Variability, and A case study
8 D-26 Sara Vallejo-Bernal Statistical Scaling of the Percentiles of the Daily Flow Duration Curve with the Long-Term Mean Discharge in Colombian Rivers
8 D-27 Jing Yang Summer extreme precipitation over Eastern China: comparison among observation, reanalysis and models
8 D-28 Zhang Hongyue The Characteristics of centennial-scale changes of East Asian Summer Monsoon and impact on extreme event over the Past 2000 Years
8 D-29 Imme Benedict The effect of model resolution on the representation of the hydrological cycle in the Rhine and Mississippi basin
9 A-17* Seiji Kato Temporal variability of atmospheric column energy balance residual
9 A-18 Qingyun Duan Achieving better global water and energy budgets through model calibration
9 A-19 Shin-Ya Ogino Tropical coastal dehydrator in global atmospheric water circulation: An overview
9 A-20 Keith Haines Structural uncertainties on EO flux products using multiple products with in situ observations
9 A-21 Andreas Becker The water cycle over land as evaluated from the 2018-version of GPCC’s precipitation analysis products
9 A-22 Miklos Zagoni Regularities and Direct Surface – Top-Of-Atmosphere Flux Relationships in the CERES Data Sets
10 B-57* Paul Stackhouse An Assessment of Multi-year Period Surface Radiative Fluxes from The GEWEX Surface Radiation Budget Project Release 4 Integrated Product
10 B-58 Aihui Wang The 30-year global land surface products and their validations: multi-forcing simulations
10 B-59 Marc Schroeder EUMETSAT’s Climate Monitoring SAF: A sustained provision of Climate Data Records for Evaluation and Climate Monitoring
10 B-60 Miklos Zagoni A New Global Energy Budget Diagram, with Flux Integer Tables for Clear, Cloudy and All-sky Conditions
10 B-61 Tianbao Zhao Historical and Future Changes of Atmospheric Precipitable Water over China Simulated by CMIP5 Models
11 A-51* Dohyuk “DK” Kang Toward Korea Land Data Assimilation Systems within Asia Land Data Assimilation System by using NASA GSFC Land Information System
11 C-6* Shailendra Mandal Effects of Climate Extremes on Urban Freshwater Availability: A Case Study of An Indian Metropolitan City
12 D-30* Phu Nguyen Global satellite precipitation observations from weather to climate scales: progress to date and challenges ahead
12 D-31* Huan Wu Global Floods and Their Connections with the El Nino-Southern Oscillation During the TRMM/GPM Era
12 D-33 Guojun Gu Climatology and Variations of Daily Precipitation Intensity and Extremes Derived from Satellite-Based Precipitation Products
12 D-34 Francisco Lahoud Quantifying Total Water Storage in Minnesota River Watershed
12 D-35 Isabella Pfeil Satellite surface soil moisture trends in Austria
12 D-36 Quan Cui Modeling and uncertainty analysis of wetland’s water storage volume in Alberta, Canada
12 D-37 Kosuke Yamamoto The Effect of Satellite Data on a Global Hydrological Simulation
12 D-38 Christopher Beale Diurnal cycles of surface temperatures using satellite, UAV remote sensing, and in situ measurements.
13 D-39* Aseem Sharma Quantifying the impacts of flow regulation and climate change on streamflow trends in British Columbia’s Nechako River Basin
13 D-40 Stephan Thober Climate change alters low flows in Europe under a global warming of 1.5, 2, and 3 degrees
13 D-41 Yuanbo LIU Droughts in the Yangtze River: Impact from Climatic and Anthropogenic changes
13 D-42 Jiafu Mao Detection and attribution of US runoff for the period 1950-2010
13 D-43 Monireh Faramarzi Assessment of future water endowments: establishing a robust foundation to study regional water, food, energy, and environment dynamics
13 D-44 Chunlin Wang Temporal-spatial variation of meteorological drought Based on SAPI in recent 50 years, South China
13 D-45 Richard Lawford GEO (Group on Earth Observations) Global Water Sustainability (GEOGLOWS): Earth Observations for enhancing sustainability in water management
13 D-46 Bethel Ukazu Groundwater in emergencies: Impact of large scale Humanitarian response on groundwater resources, a case study of Boko Haram Crisis in Maiduguri, Northeast Nigeria.
14 A-42* Andre Bertoncini GPM-IMERG Snowfall Estimates in Cold Mountainous Regions
14 A-43* Travis Roth Advances in canopy snow interception understanding and modeling framework within a maritime forest
14 A-44 John Pomeroy Climate Change and Mountain Hydrology: Results from the Global Energy and Water Exchange Project’s International Network for Alpine Research Catchment Hydrology
14 A-45 Roy Rasmussen Snowfall and Snowpack Future Trends in the Western U.S. as Revealed by a Convection Resolving Climate Simulation
14 A-46 Kabir Rasouli Interaction between climate and vegetation changes in affecting hydrological processes in mountainous regions
14 A-47 David Lawrence Improving terrestrial hydrologic process representation in Earth System Models: Groundwater flow through representative hillslopes
14 A-48 Kristoffer Aalstad Snow history matching in mountainous terrain
14 A-49 Joanna Young Estimating recent glacier mass loss for the Juneau Icefield, Alaska, using GRACE gravimetry and water balance modeling
14 A-50 José Daniel Pabón-Caicedo On the föhn effect in the mountainous regions of Colombia
15 C-14* Xiaodan Guan Decadal signal of energy to hiatus over Tibet Plateau
15 C-15* Siqiong Luo Improving CLM4.5 Simulations of Land-Atmosphere Exchange during Freeze-Thaw Processes on the Tibetan Plateau
15 C-16* Dambaru Kattel Temperature Prediction Model for High Elevation Mountain Terrain: An Example from the Southeastern Tibetan Plateau
15 C-17 Rong Liu Determination of microwave vegetation optical depth and water content in the source region of the Yellow River
15 C-18 Anmin DUAN Quantitative analysis of surface warming amplification over the Tibetan Plateau after the late 1990s using surface energy balance equation
15 C-19 Tonghua WU Characteristics of hydrochemical properties of ground ice in permafrost regions of the Tibetan Plateau
15 C-20 Duoying Ji Tibetan Plateau glacier change and its impact on regional hydrological cycle
15 C-21 Linyun Yang Evaluation of multi-physics on the simulation of extreme hot summer in 2003 over CORDEX-EA-II Region
15 D-8 Weiqiang Ma Modelling and validation land-atmospheric heat fluxes using land surface parameters over the Tibetan Plateau
15 D-9 Likun Ai Third Pole Environment (TPE) Programme: Recent progresses
15 D-10 Xiaoduo Pan Evaluation of the linkage between evapotranspiration and precipitation over Tibetan Plateau based on WRF model and remote sensing products
15 D-11 Tao Che Quantifying snow albedo radiative forcing and its feedback during 2003-2016
15 D-12 Furrukh Bashir A Hydrometeorological Perspective on the Karakoram Anomaly Using Unique Valley-Based Synoptic Weather Observations
15 D-13 xiaohua hao Accuracy assessment of four cloud-free snow cover products over the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau
15 D-14 Changwei Xie Change of permafrost with the change of lakes area in the Hoh Xil region, China
15 D-15 Youhua Ran A high resolution permafrost thermal stability map in the third pole
16 A-32* Daniel Betancourt Trends in heat extremes and dynamic/thermodynamic driving mechanisms at Vancouver, British Colombia
16 A-33* Reinhard Schiemann Representation of blocking in a multi-model ensemble of high-resolution coupled global climate models
16 A-34 Jess Barbier Spring Sahelian heat waves: detection, characteristics and trends
16 A-35 Zhiwei Wu Can the Tibetan Plateau Snow Cover influence the interannual variations of Eurasian Heat Wave Frequency?
16 A-36 Martin Leduc Characterization of extreme heat waves using the ClimEx high-resolution regional climate model large ensemble
16 A-37 Ting Hu Projected changes in China temperature extremes for global warming of 1.5ºC and 2ºC
16 A-38 Yang Chen An Inter-comparison of Three Types of Hot Extremes in China during 1961-2015: overlooked compound extremes and significant changes
16 A-39 Peng Wang How do forest and grassland ecosystems respond differently to heat waves?
16 A-40 Weilin Liao Local hydroclimate controls the urban-rural contrast of long-term trends in heat waves
16 A-41 Frederique Cheruy What the IPSL climate reconstruction teach us on the realism of the simulated heat waves?
17 B-41 Ernesto Berbery On the Predictability of Winter Storm Tracks and their Storm-related Losses over North America
17 B-42* Neil Tandon Understanding the Dynamics of Future Changes in Extreme Precipitation Intensity
17 B-43 Paolo Ruti Building resilience to weather-related hazards through better preparedness
17 B-44 Cassiano Bortolozo Integration of Geophysical Methods, Geotechnical Soundings and Soil Characterization Applied in Landslide Study in Campos do Jordão – São Paulo State, Brazil
17 B-45 Chunxia Liu A Method of Tropical Cyclone Generation Prediction in South China Sea
17 B-46 Melinda Brugman Precipitation Intensity and Snow Level Feedbacks in a Changing Storm Track over Mountains
17 B-47 Bethany Woodhams High-resolution model case studies of the lake breeze and severe storms over the Lake Victoria Basin
17 B-48 Lance Bosart Large-Scale Upstream Circulation Influences on California’s 2017 Record Winter Rains
17 B-49 Hong Lu Analysis of freezing rain and snow storm events variation characteristics over South China
17 B-50 Remy Roca Observational estimate of the contribution of long lasting mesoscale convective systems to the extreme daily precipitation in the tropics
17 B-51 Benoit Guillod Flood impact modelling: economics and adaptation at the global scale
17 B-52 Kyoungmi Cho Evaluation of Medium-Range Forecasts by the KIAPS Global Model for Local Extreme Weather Events on the Korean Peninsula for Summer 2017
17 B-53 Margarida Liberato Historical Extreme and High-Impact Storms in Portugal: Consistent Catalogues and Dependency on Datasets
17 B-54 Julia Curio Climatology of Tibetan Plateau Vortices in reanalysis data and a high-resolution global climate model
17 B-55 Christina Aragon Large-scale meteorological patterns associated with precipitation extremes over Portland, OR
17 B-56 Rongcai Ren Seeking a leading indicator of continental scale cold air outbreaks in the northern winter from the global mass circulation variability
17 B-62 Jana Sillmann Translating the October 2014 flood event in western Norway into the future
18 B-31* Margarida Liberato Assessing Compound Extreme Events Using Expert Crowdsourcing for Semantic Annotation
18 B-32* Martha Vogel Spatially concurrent heatwaves and their relevance for global crop production
18 B-33 Jakob Zscheischler Future climate risk: The challenge of compound events
18 B-34 Donghui Shangguan Quick release of internal water storage in a glacier leads to underestimation of   the hazard potential of glacial lake outburst floods from Lake Merzbacher in central Tian shan Mountains
18 B-35 Mohamed Ali Ben Alaya Probable maximum precipitation using bivariate extreme value analysis
19 B-1* Siyan Dong Attribution of precipitation extremes to human influence at mid- and high-latitudes in Asia
19 B-2* In-Hong Park Attribution of the Indo-Pacific warm pool expansion: Seasonal changes
19 B-3 Jacob Hunter Can Greater-than-Gaussian Increases in Extreme Warm Temperature Threshold Exceedances in Regions of non-Gaussian Short Tails be Detected in the Observational Record?
19 B-4 Katsiaryna Sumak Weather extremes and their relation with cyclonic circulation over the territory of Belarus
19 B-5 Zhihong Jiang Additional risk in extreme precipitation in China from 1.5 degrees C to 2.0 degrees C global warming levels
19 B-6 Yamin Hu The possible cause of the summer drought over Southwest China since 2002/2003
19 B-7 Jesse Dickinson Regionalized variability of annual peak and seasonal maximum streamflow in the conterminous United States
19 B-8 Jilong Chen Decadal Changes of Summer Heavy Rainfall in China and Their Large-scale Circulation Backgrounds
19 B-9 Qingxiang Li China experiencing the recent warming hiatus
19 B-10 zhonghua qian Regularities of Temporal-spatial Distribution of Extreme Temperature Events about China Daily Minimum Temperature Records in Different Climate States against the Background of Most Probable Temperature
20 C-22* Juan Rivera Assessing the severity, duration and impacts of the recent hydrological drought (2010-2015) across the Central Andes of Argentina in a climate change context.
20 C-23* Eveline Linden Impact of model resolution on future soil moisture droughts over central Europe
20 C-24 Barrie Bonsal An Assessment of Summer Hydro-Climatic Variability and Extremes on the Canadian Prairies
20 C-25 Dean Walker Seasonal Prediction Skill of the Long and Short Rains in East Africa
20 C-26 Zhenhua Li Madden-Julian Oscillation and the Canadian Prairies’ Summer Precipitation: Historical Period and Future
20 C-27 Lifeng Luo Reexamining the prediction of the 2012 Great Plains drought
20 C-28 David Mocko Representation of severe droughts in the North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS) multi-model ensemble
20 C-29 Samuel Sutanto Can we forecast meteorological and hydrological drought events few months ahead?
20 C-31 Jiexia Wu A new framework for determining causes of drought demise over CONUS
20 C-32 David Burrows Multi-scale interaction of drought and the low-level jet in the Great Plains
20 C-33 Zilefac Elvis Asong Spatiotemporal evolution of hydroclimatic drought over Canada under present conditions
20 C-34 Inna Semenova Distribution of dry winds in Ukraine under related atmospheric macrocirculation processes
20 C-54 Ben Livneh Characterizing the Robustness of Snowpack-based Drought Indicators in the Upper Colorado River Basin
21 C-7* Erik Behrens Oceanic Heat Waves around New Zealand
21 C-8* Yeon-Hee Kim Event attribution of 2013 Korean summer heat wave using multi-model ensemble
21 C-9 Francis Zwiers How much information is required to well-constrain local estimates of future precipitation extremes?
21 C-10 Nestor Bernal On the anisotropy in the spatial distribution of the correlation of precipitation in Upper Magdalena river basin in Colombia
21 C-11 Gaby Langendijk Regional-to-local climate impact modeling for urban applications
21 C-12 Omid Mazdiyasni Increasing probability of mortality during Indian heat waves
21 C-13* Faten ATTIG BAHAR Mapping a Changing Energy Landscape in North Africa with Relation to Climate Change and Extreme events: Tunisia Case
22 D-7* Laura Araque Application of software (Solam) for the interpretation of data of geotechnical rainfall stations
23 A-9* Cheng Tao The regional water budget for different convection regimes at the Southern Great Plains
23 A-10* Hong Chen Impacts of Eurasian Snow Condition on Spring Climate Predictability over China by a Global Climate Model
23 A-11* Ikechukwu Mbachu Quantifying the Impacts of Climate Variability and Land Use Changes on the Hydrological Response of the Niger Delta
23 A-12 Carla Gulizia Relationship between rainfall and runoff variability in the La Plata Basin at seasonal to decadal timescale
23 A-13 Sun Xuan Relationship between Elevation Dependency of Warming and Albedo Changes over the Tibetan Plateau
23 A-14 Shujuan Hu Three-pattern decomposition of global atmospheric circulation: Part II – dynamical equations of horizontal, meridional and zonal circulations
23 A-15 Christopher Taylor Mesoscale Rainfall Patterns Observed around Wetlands in Sub-Saharan Africa
23 A-16 Yongkang Xue Spring Land Surface and Subsurface Temperature Anomalies and Subsequent Downstream Late Spring-Summer Droughts/Floods in North America and East Asia
23 B-11 Igor Zveryaev Summertime Soil Moisture Variability in European Russia and its Links to the Key Climate Parameters
23 B-12 Heewon Moon Temporal and Spatial Soil Moisture Effects on Afternoon Rainfall in Global Climate Models
23 B-13 Weizhong Zheng Understanding Near Surface Fields Forecasting in the NCEP Global Forecast System
23 B-14 Tomoko Nitta The impact of representing snow-fed wetlands on summer warm and dry biases through land atmosphere interaction in MIROC5 AGCM experiment
23 B-15 Xueli SHI Land cover change analysis and simulated climate effects of cropland changes with BCC_CSM component models by using the CG-LTDR datasets during 1982-2012
23 B-16 Zhe Zhang Climate-Groundwater Interaction on Modeling Wetlands in Prairie Pothole Region
23 B-17 Jingfeng Wang A Coupled Force-restore Model of Surface Temperature, Surface Soil moisture, and Near-surface Air Temperature using the Maximum Entropy Production Model of Heat Fluxes
23 B-18 Geng Xia Simulating Impacts of Real-World Wind Farms on Land Surface Temperature Using the WRF Model: Physical Mechanisms
24 D-1 Martyn Clark Novel approaches for benchmarking
25 A-23* Jason Flemke Central U.S. WRF statistical verification of simulated composite radar
25 A-24 Steven Chan The character of hourly extreme precipitation in Europe-wide 2.2km hindcast simulations
25 A-25 Yanping Li Projected changes over western Canada using convection-permitting regional climate model
25 A-26 Justin Minder Characterizing and constraining uncertainties in convection permitting simulations lake-effect snowfall associated with parameterization of surface fluxes
25 A-27 Travis O’Brien Convective Aggregation and the Intensity, Duration, Area and Frequency of Precipitation
25 A-28 Kyung-Hee Seol Verification of near-surface temperature from KIM numerical simulation
25 A-29 Alexander Baker Extratropical cyclones and extreme precipitation in high-resolution global climate models
25 A-30 Zhenyu HAN Ensemble projection of temperature and precipitation under the 1.5°C warming in East Asia using regional climate models
25 A-31 Shuyu Wang Future Climate Projection under IPCC A1B Scenario in the Source Region of Yellow River with Complex Topography using RegCM3
26 B-36* Mia Gross The sensitivity of daily temperature variability and extremes to dataset choice
26 B-37* Matilde Ungerovich Characterization and predictability of extreme rainfall events in Southern Uruguay in Summer and Spring
26 B-38 Lisa Alexander An overview of how observations are contributing to the WCRP Grand Challenge on Extremes
26 B-39 Wenmin Zhang Zhang Spatio-temporal changes of Sahelian rainfall observed with daily satellite data from 1983 to 2015
26 B-40 Luana Pampuch Spatial Clustering for Maxima Preciptiation over South America