Poster Presentations

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Monday, 31 Aug 2015
P1 Poster Session 1
10:30 - 11:15 Part 1
15:30 - 17:00 Part 2
P1.1 Bayesian Exploration of Multivariate Orographic Precipitation Sensitivity for nearly moist neutral flows
S. Tushaus, D. J. Posselt, Mario. M. Miglietta (ISAC-CNR, Italy), R. Rotunno, L. Delle Monache
P1.2 The Vertical Structure of Coastal Orographic Feeder Clouds
David Kingsmill (University of Colorado, United States of America)
P1.3 Finescale Orographic Precipitation Variability and Gap-Filling Radar Potential in Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, USA
Leah S. Campbell (University of Utah, United States of America), W. James Steenburgh
P1.4 Sea-effect precipitation processes and orographic enhancement over Hokkaido Island, Japan
Leah S. Campbell (University of Utah, United States of America), Yasushi Fujiyoshi, Yoshinori Yamada, Masayuki Kawashima, W. James Steenburgh
P1.5 Lake-effect snow at Lake Constance, Austria: Case studies of winter precipitation over complex terrain
Lukas Umek (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Lukas Lehner, Alexander Gohm, Susanne Drechsel
P1.6 Lake-effect precipitation at Lake Constance, Austria: Climatology and forecasting
Lukas Lehner (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Lukas Umek, Alexander Gohm, Susanne Drechsel
P1.7 The missing link between Alpine potential-vorticity banners and banded convection: A case study of a severe Alpine snow storm
Simon Siedersleben (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Alexander Gohm
P1.8 Sensitivity Tests and Ensemble Simulations for a Heavy Precipitation Event over Corsica
Phillip Scheffknecht (Université Toulouse, France), Evelyne Richard, Dominique Lambert
P1.9 Simulations of a long-lived supercell over complex terrain
Phillip Scheffknecht (Université Toulouse, France), Stefano Serafin, Vanda Grubišić
P1.10 On the uncertainty of altitudinal precipitation gradients
withdrawn Michael Kuhn (University of Innsbruck, Austria)
P1.11 Analysis of the Recent nivometric conditions in Emilia Romagna territory (Northern Adriatic Italy)
Massimiliano Fazzini (University of Ferrara, Italy), Cesare Govoni, Sandro Nanni, Valentina Pavan, Francesco Russo
P1.12 Time and space distribution of precipitation in the Marche Region (Central Italy): preliminary observations.
Matteo Gentilucci (University of Camerino, Italy), Carlo Bisci, Massimiliano Fazzini, Carmela Vaccaro
P1.13 THORBEX - The Thorbjörn precipitation field experiment in SW-Iceland
Guðrún Nína Petersen, Hálfdán Ágústsson, Haraldur Ólafsson (HI, Iceland), Þórður Arason
P1.14 An Analysis of an extreme Rainstorm Caused by the Interaction of the Tibetan Plateau vortex and the Southwest China vortex during the Intensive Observation Period
Xiaolong Cheng (Institute of Plateau Meteorology, CMA, Chengdu, China, People's Republic of), Yueqing Li
P1.15 Analysis on Environmental Field and Causes for the Abnormal Track of Tibetan Plateau Vortex after Its Moving out of the Plateau
Shuhua Yu, Nini Tu (The Chengdu Institute of Plateau Meteorology, CMA, Chengdu, China, People's Republic of), Jun Peng
P1.16 Observing layout, field experiment of Southwest China vortex and its applications in weather research and forecast
Yueqing Li (Institute of Plateau Meteorology, CMA, Chengdu, China, People's Republic of)
P1.17 The correlation between aerosol and large-scale precipitation in autumn in Sichuan Basin
Pengping Wu (Institute of Plateau Meterology, CMA, Chengdu, China, People's Republic of), Changchun Zhou
P1.18 Newly installed soil moisture monitoring network at middle and high elevation in Switzerland: setup and first results
Cécile Pellet (University of Fribourg, Switzerland), Christian Hauck
P1.19 Soil water content distribution and influence on the thermal regime of the permanently frozen ground at Schilthorn (Swiss Alps)
Cécile Pellet (University of Fribourg, Switzerland), Adrian Wicki, Christin Hilbich, Christian Hauck
P1.20 Thermally-driven circulation and convection over a mountainous tropical island
Chun-Chih Wang (McGill University, Canada), Daniel J. Kirshbaum
P1.21 Interaction of a sea breeze and a moist convection over the northeastern Adriatic coast: an analysis of the sensitivity experiments using the high-resolution mesoscale model
Gabrijela Poljak, Maja Telišman Prtenjak (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Marko Kvakić, Kristina Šariri, Željko Večenaj
P1.22 The impact of downslope winds and the urban heat island on fog formation over the Zagreb area
Maja Telišman Prtenjak (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Martin Klaić, Joan Cuxart, Marko Kvakić, Karmen Babić, Darko Koračin, Amela Jeričević
P1.23 Slope and valley flows at the Cerdanya valley in the Pyrenees
Daniel Martínez-Villagrasa (University of the Balearic Islands, Spain), Laura Conangla, Davidde Tabarelli, Maria A. Jiménez, Josep R. Miró, Dino Zardi, Joan Cuxart
P1.24 Revisiting Albert Defant’s (1909) seminal paper “Mountain and valley winds in South Tyrol” - A tribute to a pioneering contribution in mountain meteorology
Dino Zardi, Massimiliano De Franceschi, Lavinia Laiti (University of Trento, Italy), Lorenzo Giovannini
P1.25 A climatological analysis of diurnal winds in the Adige valley in the Alps
Lorenzo Giovannini (University of Trento, Italy), Lavinia Laiti, Stefano Serafin, Dino Zardi
P1.26 Evaluation of the climatological wind speed simulated by the WRF model over complex terrain
Lorenzo Giovannini (University of Trento, Italy), Gianluca Antonacci, Dino Zardi, Lavinia Laiti, Luca Panziera
P1.27 Influence of along-valley terrain heterogeneity on exchange processes over idealized valleys
Johannes S. Wagner (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Germany), Alexander Gohm, Mathias W. Rotach
P1.28 The impact of embedded valleys on daytime pollution transport over a mountain range
Moritz N. Lang (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Alexander Gohm, Johannes S. Wagner
P1.29 Model simulations of inversion buildup and cold-air outflow in a small Alpine sinkhole
Manuela Lehner (University of Utah, United States of America), C. David Whiteman, Manfred Dorninger
P1.30 Global climate change and extreme low temperatures in a sinkhole – a simple relationship?
Manfred Dorninger (University of Vienna, Austria), Benedikt Bica
P1.31 A case study of cold air pool evolution in hilly terrain using field measurements
Bradley Jemmett-Smith, Andrew N Ross (University of Leeds, United Kingdom), Peter Sheridan, John Hughes, Simon Vosper
P1.32 Observations of radiative cooling and heating under clear sky and fog conditions
Sebastian W. Hoch (University of Utah, United States of America), E. R. Pardyjak
P1.33 Forecasting ice formation on roads: Application of a nocturnal cooling model to road surface temperatures for minima prediction in the Adige Valley (Trentino, Italy)
Claudia Di Napoli (Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy), Andrea Piazza, Roberto Apolloni, Ilaria Pretto
P1.34 Topoclimatological investigation of surface inversions over complex terrain
Klemens Stemberger (University of Vienna, Austria), Reinhold Steinacker
P1.35 Nocturnal winds in joining shallow valleys of different sizes – Observational and numerical studies based on the field experiment KASCADE
Gert-Jan Duine (University of Toulouse, France), Pierre Roubin, Thierry Hedde, Pierre Durand
P1.36 The Passy-2015 field experiment: An overview of the campaign and preliminary results
Alexandre Paci (Meteo-France & CNRS, France), Chantal Staquet, Julie Allard, Gabriele Arduini, Hélène Barral, Sébastien Barrau, Manuel Barret, Joel Barrié, Anne Belleudy, Sébastien Blein, Thierry Bourrianne, Gilles Bouhours, Christophe Brun, Frédéric Burnet, Guylaine Canut, Didier Chapuis, Charles Chemel, Florie Chevrier, Jean-Martial Cohard, Alain Dabas, Jean-Marie Donier, Thierry Douffet, Jean-Michel Etcheberry, Rémi Guillot, Hélène Guyard, Jean-Luc Jaffrezo, Yann Largeron, Olivier Garrouste, Dominique Legain, Pauline Martinet, Griša Mocnik, Eric Moulin, Isabel Peinke, Bruno Piguet, Julian-Andres Quimbayo-Duarte, William Maurel, Marie Mazoyer, Stéphane Mercier, Jean-Emmanuel Sicart, Delphine Six, Quentin Rodier, David Suquia, Florence Troude, Diane Tzanos, Isabella Zin
P1.37 Observing Spatial and Temporal Variations in Air Quality in the Salt Lake Valley Using a Light Rail Vehicle Platform
Erik Crosman (University of Utah, United States of America), Logan Mitchell, John Horel, John Lin, Alex Jacques
P1.38 PANDONIA: ESA Ground-Based Air-Quality and Satellite Validation Network
Martin Tiefengraber (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Alexander Cede
P1.39 Influence of an Idealized Valley on the Carbon Budget
Matthias Reif (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Mathias W. Rotach, Georg Wohlfahrt, Alexander Gohm
P1.40 On the combined impact of boundary layer height, near-surface meteorological conditions and nocturnal CO concentration on CO diurnal cycle patterns at a low mountaintop site: A case study using simultaneous lidar and in-situ observations
Sandip Pal, Temple R. Lee, Stephan F. J. De Wekker (University of Virginia, United States of America)
P1.41 The impact of the planetary boundary layer height on the diurnal variability and representativeness of CO mixing ratios at a low mountaintop in the Appalachian Mountains.
Temple R. Lee, Sandip Pal, Stephan F. J. De Wekker (University of Virginia, United States of America)
P1.42 Effects of intermittent turbulent events on air pollutant dispersion
Mireia Udina (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain), Maria Rosa Soler, Miriam Olid
P1.43 Atmospheric dispersion modelling with AERMOD for comparative impact assessment of different pollutant emission sources in an Alpine valley
Elena Tomasi (University of Trento, Italy), Gianluca Antonacci, Lorenzo Giovannini, Dino Zardi, Marco Ragazzi
P1.44 Problems of atmospheric transport simulation for mountain observatories
Petra Seibert (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien (BOKU), Austria), Anne Philipp, Radek Hofman
P1.45 Improving the quality control of observational data in complex terrain
Birgit Eibl (University of Vienna, Austria), Reinhold Steinacker
P1.46 The National Centre for Atmospheric Science Atmospheric Measurement Facility for Mountain Meteorology
Victoria Smith (National Centre for Atmospheric Science, United Kingdom), Barbara Brooks
P1.47 Using Google Earth for visualization of meteorological data in complex terrain
Lukas Strauss (University of Vienna, Austria), Stefano Serafin, Vanda Grubišić
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Tuesday, 01 Sep 2015
P2 Poster Session 2
10:30 - 11:15 Part 1
15:30 - 17:00 Part 2
P2.1 Lagrangian analysis of foehn air warming in a dry and a moist event over the Swiss Alps
Annette K. Miltenberger (University of Leeds, United Kingdom), Silvia Reynolds, Michael Sprenger
P2.2 Nature and climatology of Pfänderwind
Alexander Gohm (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Maria Siller, Julius Bär
P2.3 Climatology of north foehn in southern Switzerland
Cecilia Cetti, Matteo Buzzi (MeteoSwiss, Switzerland), Michael Sprenger
P2.4 Nowcasting of North Foehn wind gusts in Switzerland using AdaBoosting
Matteo Buzzi (MeteoSwiss, Switzerland), Daniele Nerini
P2.5 New Insights Into Dimmerfoehn in the Alps
Klaus Burri (Alpine Research Group Foehn Rhine Valley/Lake Constance (AGF), Switzerland), Bruno Dürr, Patrick Hächler, Daniel Gerstgrasser, Alfred Neururer, Michael Sprenger, Richard Werner
P2.6 150 years foehn station Altdorf, Switzerland -- a climatology
Hans Richner (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Stephan Bader, Bruno Dürr, Thomas Gutermann
P2.7 Numerical simulation and analysis of the gap flow emanating from the Oštarijska Vrata Pass at the onset of Bora
Tanja Trošić (Meteorological and hydrological service, Croatia), Živko Trošić
P2.8 Numerical analysis of microscale properties of a bora windstorm over the eastern Adriatic
Kristian Horvath (Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Croatia), Branko Kosović
P2.9 On the near-ground Bora turbulence
Petra Lepri (Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Croatia), Željko Večenaj, Hrvoje Kozmar, Branko Grisogono
P2.10 Bora-induced near-surface layer turbulence scales
Zeljko Vecenaj (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Danijel Belusic, Branko Grisogono
P2.11 Characteristics of bora wind at the Dubrovnik airport
Zeljko Vecenaj (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Endi Keresturi, Zeljka Pogacic, Jadran Jurkovic, Igor Kos, Branko Grisogono
P2.12 Extreme winds in Iceland: combined effects of cyclonic activity and complex topography
Guðrún Nína Petersen (Icelandic Meteorological Office, Iceland)
P2.13 Wind speed frequency distribution in various terrain
Guðrún Nína Petersen (Icelandic Meteorological Office, Iceland), Haraldur Ólafsson
P2.14 The Advection of Mesoscale Atmospheric Vortices over Reykjavík
Hálfdán Ágústsson (IMO, Iceland), Haraldur Ólafsson
P2.15 The impact of Vatnajökull ice cap on mesoscale atmospheric flow
Hálfdán Ágústsson (IMO, Iceland), Haraldur Ólafsson, Helgi Björnsson, Finnur Pálsson
P2.16 The impact of resolution on the representation of southeast Greenland barrier winds and katabatic flows
G. W. Kent Moore (University of Toronto, Canada), I. A. Renfrew, B. E. Harden, S. Mernild
P2.17 Progress in the observations and simulations of the fine scale structures of airflow over Bergen
Haraldur Ólafsson (HI, Iceland), Jan Asle Olseth, Birgitte Rugaard Furevik, Olafur Rögnvaldsson, Ole Edvard Grov
P2.18 Mapping of the impact of the strength and the height of inversions on the low-level flow field in the vicinity of an isolated mountain
Marius Opsanger Jonassen, Haraldur Ólafsson (HI, Iceland), Hálfdán Ágústsson
P2.19 Incorporating vertical velocity and balloon trajectory data into radiosonde gravity wave analysis: Orographic sources in New Zealand during the DEEPWAVE campaign
Tyler Mixa (University of Colorado, United States of America), Lakshmi Kantha, David Fritts, Andreas Dörnbrack, Sonja Gisinger
P2.20 Gravity wave characteristics derived from radiosonde observations at Lauder (45 S 169 E) during DEEPWAVE-NZ
Sonja Gisinger (DLR, Germany), Andreas Dörnbrack, Benedikt Ehard, Bernd Kaifler, Natalie Kaifler, Markus Rapp, Markus Garhammer, Martina Bramberger, Tanja Portele, Maria Siller
P2.21 Does strong tropospheric forcing cause large amplitude mesospheric gravity waves? A Deepwave Case Study
Martina Bramberger (University of Innsbruck and DLR, Germany), Andreas Dörnbrack, Sonja Gisinger, Bernd Kaifler, Tanja Portele, Markus Rapp, Ivana Stiperski
P2.22 Mountain Wave Propagation under Transient Tropospheric Forcing - A DEEPWAVE case study
Tanja Portele (University of Innsbruck and DLR, Germany), Martina Bramberger, Andreas Dörnbrack, Sonja Gisinger, Alexander Gohm, Bernd Kaifler, Markus Rapp
P2.23 Mountain waves over the Pyrenees: real and ideal simulations using the WRF model
Mireia Udina (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain), Maria Rosa Soler, Ona Sol
P2.24 Equatorial Mountain Torques, Equatorial Angular Momentum and Cold Surges in a GCM
Sylvain Mailler, Francois Lott (CNRS, France)
P2.25 The momentum flux profiles in hydrostatic mountain waves over elliptical mountains
Miguel A. C. Teixeira (University of Reading, United Kingdom), Chau L. Yu
P2.26 Drag produced by 3D trapped lee waves in two-layer atmospheres
Miguel A. C. Teixeira (University of Reading, United Kingdom), Pedro M. A. Miranda
P2.27 Drag produced by trapped lee waves and upward propagating mountain waves in directional shear flow
Chau L. Yu, Miguel A. C. Teixeira (University of Reading, United Kingdom)
P2.28 Analogies between wave trapping- and interfacial wave theory
Johannes Sachsperger (University of Vienna, Austria), Stefano Serafin, Vanda Grubišić
P2.29 Observations of lee wave and rotor development over double ridges in a stratified water tank
Ivana Stiperski, Hálfdán Ágústsson, Peter G. Baines, Anne Belleudy, Vanda Grubišić, Kristian Horvath, Christoph Knigge, Alexandre Paci, Johannes Sachsperger, Stefano Serafin (University of Vienna, Austria), Lukas Strauss
P2.30 Estimating the convective boundary layer depth during a fair weather day in the Owens Valley, CA
Nevio Babic, Erin Dougherty, Kelsey Everard, Seth Garland, Stephan F. J. De Wekker (University of Virginia, United States of America)
P2.31 Investigating the boundary layer structure in a valley using an instrumented multi-rotor copter
Stephan F. J. De Wekker (University of Virginia, United States of America)
P2.32 The nature of turbulence in the atmospheric boundary layer over an isolated mountain during the Mountain Terrain Atmospheric Modeling and Observations Program
Mark Sghiatti, Sandip Pal, George. D. Emmitt, Stephan F. J. De Wekker (University of Virginia, United States of America)
P2.33 On the state of the i-Box
Ivana Stiperski (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Mathias W. Rotach, Brigitta Goger, Eleni Sfyri
P2.34 Scale interactions of atmospheric flows over mountainous terrain
Ivana Stiperski (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Mathias W. Rotach
P2.35 Towards a local similarity framework for scalar turbulence in very complex terrain
Eleni Sfyri (University of Innsbruck, Austria), M. W. Rotach, I. Stiperski, F. Obleitner
P2.36 Spectral turbulence characteristics of the stable boundary layer over non-homogeneous terrain
Karmen Babić (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Mathias W. Rotach, Zvjezdana Bencetić Klaić
P2.37 Wind regime and filtering turbulent data in the CividatEX Experiment
Marco Falocchi (Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy), Stefano Barontini, Lorenzo Giovannini, Dino Zardi, Roberto Ranzi
P2.38 Katabatic drainage flow characteristics on a low-angle slope around Arizona's Meteor Crater
Norbert Kalthoff, Bianca Adler (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany), Manuela Lehner, C. David Whiteman, Sebastian W. Hoch
P2.39 Visualization of high-resolution surface temperature data collected in the Barringer Meteor Crater during METCRAX II
Iris Feigenwinter (University of Basel, Switzerland), Roland Vogt, Mathias Müller, Eberhard Parlow, Martina Grudzielanek, Mateja Maric, C. David Whiteman, Manuela Lehner, Sebastian W. Hoch
P2.40 Infrared imaging for air flow analyses in the Barringer Meteor Crater, Arizona, as part of METCRAX II
A. Martina Grudzielanek (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany), Roland Vogt, Jan Cermak, Iris Feigenwinter, Mateja Maric, C. David Whiteman, Manuela Lehner, Sebastian W. Hoch, Mathias G. Krausz, Christian Bernhofer, Andrea Pitacco
P2.41 Evaluation of infrared imaging for measuring near-ground flow dynamics at the Barringer Meteor Crater as part of METCRAX II
Mateja Maric (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany), A. Martina Grudzielanek, Roland Vogt, Jan Cermak, Iris Feigenwinter, C. David Whiteman, Manuela Lehner, Sebastian W. Hoch
P2.42 Parameterization of subgrid wind speed sheltering/exposure in complex topography
Nora Helbig (WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Switzerland), Henning Löwe, Adam Winstral, Tobias Jonas
P2.43 Parameterization of orographic effects on surface radiation in AROME
Clemens Wastl (ZAMG, Austria), Alexandre Mary, Yann Seity, Laura Rontu, Christoph Wittmann
P2.44 Olympic HARMONIE 2014
Laura Rontu (Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland), Sami Niemelä, Alexander Mary, Yann Seity, Clemens Wastl
P2.45 High-resolution forecasts of the thermal comfort in the urban area of Trento
Lorenzo Giovannini (University of Trento, Italy), Dino Zardi
P2.46 Prognostic deep convection interaction with mountains in 2-8 km resolution
Martina Tudor (Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Croatia), Stjepan Ivatek-Šahdan, Antonio Stanešić
P2.47 The overview of the operational forecast using ALADIN model with NH dynamics
Martina Tudor (Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Croatia), Stjepan Ivatek-Šahdan, Antonio Stanešić
P2.48 Verification of extreme weather warnings in Austria
Christoph Zingerle (ZAMG, Austria), Simon Hölzl
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Thursday, 03 Sep 2015
P3 Poster Session 3
10:30 - 11:15 Part 1
15:30 - 17:00 Part 2
P3.1 Wind Forecast Verification during Various Bora Events at Dubrovnik Airport
Jadran Jurković (Croatia control ltd, Croatia), Igor Kos
P3.2 Scale dependent evaluation of mesoscale low level winds obtained with ALADIN MNWP model
Mario Hrastinski (Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Croatia), Kristian Horvath, Iris Odak, Stjepan Ivatek-Šahdan, Alica Bajić
P3.3 The Turb-i-Sim project: Evaluation of COSMO-simulated diurnal valley winds in the Swiss Alps
Jürg Schmidli (ETH Zurich, Switzerland), Steven Böing, Oliver Fuhrer
P3.4 The impact of assimilating data from a remotely piloted aircraft on simulations of weak-wind orographic flow
Hálfdán Ágústsson (IMO, Iceland), Haraldur Ólafsson, Marius O. Jonassen, Ólafur Rögnvaldsson
P3.5 Spatial and temporal variability in snow surface temperatures induced by boundary layer processes
Lisa Dirks (WSL Schnee- und Lawinenforschungsinstitut SLF, Switzerland), Sebastian Schlögl, Rebecca Mott
P3.6 Validation of bulk-transfer parameterizations of sensible heat flux over snow in complex terrain
Mathias Dusch, Marc Olefs, Ivana Stiperski, Friedrich Obleitner (University of Innsbruck, Austria)
P3.7 Contribution of the turbulent heat fluxes to the summer melt of Saint-Sorlin glacier in the French Alps
Maxime Litt, Jean Emmanuel Sicart (IRD, France), Delphine Six, Warren D. Helgason
P3.8 Radiative properties of clouds over a tropical Bolivian glacier: seasonal variations and relationship with regional atmospheric circulation
Jean Emmanuel Sicart (IRD, France), Jhan Carlo Espinoza, Louis Quéno, Melissa Medina
P3.9 The energy and mass balance of tropical Lewis Glacier, Mount Kenya, and its sensitivity to climate
Rainer Prinz (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Lindsey Nicholson, Wolfgang Gurgiser, Thomas Mölg, Georg Kaser
P3.10 Simulation of snow dynamics at different scales in a high-elevation catchment
Michael Engel (Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy), Giacomo Bertoldi, Claudia Notarnicola, Stefano Endrizzi, Georg Niedrist, Francesco Comiti
P3.11 Potential of the use of high-resolution meteorological forecasts for snowpack modelling in the Pyrenees
Louis Quéno (Centre d'Etudes de la Neige, CNRM-GAME, France), Vincent Vionnet, Ingrid Dombrowski-Etchevers, Matthieu Lafaysse, Fatima Karbou, Samuel Morin
P3.12 Trend analysis of snow water equivalent in the Alps
Anna-Maria Tilg (WSL - Institut für Schnee- und Lawinenforschung SLF, Switzerland), Christoph Marty, Tobias Jonas, Michael Kuhn
P3.13 Snow melt frequency in a mountainous temperate maritime environment
Michael Spencer (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom), Richard Essery
P3.14 Snow depth extremes in Austria: Spatial modeling with extremal coefficients
Harald Schellander (ZAMG, Austria), Naomi Auer, Tobias Hell, Stefan Rainer, Claudia Schmuck, Christoph Zingerle
P3.15 Spatial validation of an operational snow cover model over the eastern Alps using remote sensing data
Marc Olefs (ZAMG, Austria), Gabriele Bippus, Elisabeth Ripper
P3.16 Proposal for avalanche risk management on the access road to the ski area of Campitello Matese (mountain massif of Matese - Molise region - Central Italy)
Antonio Cardillo (Agenzia Regionale Di Protezione Civile, Italy), Massimiliano Fazzini, Sandra Scarlatelli
P3.17 Study on snow, snow avalanches and danger levels in Bucegi and Făgăraş Mountains-Southern Carpathians (Romanian Carpathians). Preliminary results
Mircea Voiculescu (West University of Timisoara, Romania), Narcisa Milian, Dana Micu
P3.18 Studies of snow climatology at the local scale: examples of the Fiemme Valley (Trentine Dolomites) and in Monte Cimone massif (Northern Apennines)
Massimiliano Fazzini (University of Ferrara, Italy), Francesco Fanari, Vincenzo Romeo, Sergio Zeni
P3.19 The incorrect information of extreme weather events: the case of the "record snowfall" in the mountains of Abruzzo and Molise of March 2015
Antonio Cardillo, Claudio Cassardo, Massimiliano Fazzini (University of Ferrara, Italy), Sandra Scarlatelli
P3.20 Permafrost modelling to estimate the future evolution of mountain permafrost in the Swiss Alps
Christian Hauck (University of Fribourg, Switzerland), Antoine Marmy, Jonas Wicky, Nadine Salzmann, Martin Hoelzle
P3.21 Monitoring tree growth in alpine regions in Tyrol
David Leidinger (BOKU Vienna, Austria), Herbert Formayer, Sonja Vospernik, José Groff, Kurt Nicolussi
P3.22 Near-surface wind climatology over the eastern Adriatic coast in an ensemble of RCM simulations
Andreina Belušić (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Ivan Güttler, Maja Telišman Prtenjak
P3.23 Climatic Maps of the Tatra Mountains
Zbigniew Ustrnul (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
P3.24 Influence of surface-based temperature inversions on extreme low minimum temperature over the Western Carpathians
Angelika Palarz (Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, Poland)
P3.25 Is it possible to characterize the climate of an Alpine region by means of synoptic circulation types?
Luca Panziera (MeteoSwiss, Switzerland), Lorenzo Giovannini, Lavinia Laiti, Dino Zardi
P3.26 A high-resolution solar radiation atlas for the Trentino region in the Alps
Lavinia Laiti (University of Trento, Italy), Lorenzo Giovannini, Luca Panziera, Dino Zardi
P3.27 Fog and low stratus over the Swiss Plateau - a climatological study
Simon C. Scherrer (MeteoSwiss, Switzerland), Christof Appenzeller
P3.28 Moderate extremes of hourly precipitation: Trends and relation to temperature in observed Swiss data
Simon C. Scherrer (MeteoSwiss, Switzerland), Mischa Croci-Maspoli
P3.29 Long-term air temperature and precipitation trends in Swiss Alps and Polish Carpathians
Agnieszka Wypych (Jagiellonian University, Poland), Zbigniew Ustrnul, Dirk Schmatz, Niklaus E. Zimmermann
P3.30 Cross-scale conditioning of rare extreme precipitation events in the south-eastern Alpine forelands
Katharina Schroeer (University of Graz, Austria), Gottfried Kirchengast
P3.31 Projected changes in precipitation extremes in mountain regions of Europe
Jan Kysely (Institute of Atmospheric Physics AS CR, Czech Republic), Ladislav Gaal, Romana Beranova
P3.32 Daily precipitation in a changing climate: lessons learnt from Swiss national climate change scenario initiatives
Andreas Fischer (MeteoSwiss, Switzerland), Mark Liniger, Elias Zubler, Simon Scherrer, Denise Keller, Jan Rajczak, Christoph Schär
P3.33 3PClim – a comprehensive study of past, present and perspective climate in the region of Tyrol, South Tyrol, Trentino and Belluno
Christoph Zingerle (ZAMG, Austria), Silke Adler, Manfred Bauer, Reinhard Böhm, Barbara Chimani, Giovanni Cenzon, Andrea Crepaz, Francesco Domenichini, Susanne Drechsel, Georg Erlacher, Andrea Fischer, Manfred Ganekind, Günther Geier, Klaus Haslinger, Johann Hiebl, Anita Paul, Gianni Marigo, Vera Meyer, Johanna Nemec, Andrea Rossa, Gernot Resch, James Rudolph, Harald Schellander, Bernd Seiser, Philipp Tartarotti, Mauro Tollardo, Werner Verant, Johannes Vergeiner
P3.34 A Convection Climatology in the Alpine Region
Vera Meyer, James Rudolph, Giovanni Cenzon, Francesco Domenichini, Luciano Lago, Mauro Tollardo, Christoph Zingerle (ZAMG, Austria)
P3.35 Radar-based severe storm climatology for Austrian complex orography related to vertical wind shear and atmospheric instability.
Rudolf Kaltenboeck (Austro Control, Austria), Anderas Lanzinger, Martin Steinheimer
P3.36 Climatological Characteristics and Inland Penetration of Atmospheric Rivers over the Western United States
W. James Steenburgh (University of Utah, United States of America), Jon Rutz
P3.37 Large scale heavy precipitation events in terms of climate change in Central Europe
Annemarie Lexer (ZAMG - Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik, Austria), Michael Hofstätter, Barbara Chimani, Günther Blöschl, Markus Homann, Andreas Phillip, Christoph Beck, Jucundus Jacobeit
P3.38 Multidecadal precipitation patterns in a densely glaciated region of western Himalaya: A pointer to orographic control and large scale meteorological phenomena
Arindan Mandal (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, India), Al. Ramanathan, Thupstan Angchuk, Jose George Pottakkal, Mohd. Soheb
P3.39 Investigating potential precipitation changes and related impacts on peasant agriculture and rural life in mountain villages, Cordillera Blanca, Peru
Wolfgang Gurgiser (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Irmgard Juen, Georg Kaser, Katrin Singer, Martina Neuburger, Marlis Hofer, Simone Schauwecker
P3.40 A review on regional convection-permitting climate modeling: demonstrations, prospects, and challenges
Andreas F. Prein (National Center for Atmospheric Research, United States of America), Wolfgang Langhans, Giorgia Fosser, Ferrone Andrew, Nikolina Ban, Klaus Goergen, Michael Keller, Merja Tölle, Oliver Gutjahr, Frauke Feser, Erwan Brisson, Stefan Kollet, Schmidli Jürg, Nicole Van Lipzip, L. Ruby Leung
P3.41 An evaluation of regional climate model simulated fractional snow cover using high-resolution satellite data (with implications for the simulated snow-albedo feedback)
Justin R. Minder (University at Albany, United States of America), Theodore Letcher
P3.42 Orographic errors in dynamic downscalings of atmospheric flows
Andréa Massad, Haraldur Ólafsson (HI, Iceland), Guðrún Nína Petersen, Hálfdán Ágústsson, Ólafur Rögnvaldsson
P3.43 The influence of spectral nudging in simulating Vb-events with COSMO-CLM
Ivonne Anders (ZAMG, Austria), Manuela Paumann
P3.44 Mesoscale atmospheric models forcing strategies for glacio-hydrological studies in complex terrain
Fabien Maussion (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Emily Collier
P3.45 Atmospheric Downscaling for Glaciated mountain environments: DoG starting up
Marlis Hofer (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Mathias W. Rotach, Ben Marzeion Und Georg Kaser
P3.46 Synthetic future daily weather time-series over Switzerland in consistency with RCM projections
Denise Keller (Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss, Switzerland), Andreas Fischer, Mark Liniger, Simon Scherrer, Christof Appenzeller, Reto Knutti
P3.47 High-Resolution Spatio-Temporal Precipitation Climatologies in Complex Terrain
Reto Stauffer (University of Innsbruck, Austria), Nikolaus Umlauf, Jakob Messner, Georg J. Mayr, Achim Zeileis
P3.48 A statistical post-processing for ECMWF-derived 6-hours maximum rain in NE Italy
Agostino Manzato (ARPA FVG, Italy)
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