Global Teleconnections in the Earths Climate System  Processes, Modelling and Advanced Analysis Methods

GOTHAM International Summer School
18-22 September 2017
Potsdam, Germany

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Name Surname Institute Poster
Hugh Baker Univeristy of Oxford, UK Using a linear statistical method to estimate the sensitivity of the North Atlantic Jet Stream to SST Anomalies
Ana Bastos LSCE / IPSL, France The role of SST variability in the extreme Northern Hemisphere greening in 2015
Stella Dafka Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen, Germany Estimation of the mid and late century extreme summer winds over the Eastern Mediterranenan from EUROCORDEX models
Giorgia Di Capua Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany & VU Amsterdam, Netherlands Detecting far-away causal drivers of the Indian Summer Monsoon
Karin van der Wiel KNMI, Netherlands Meteorological conditions for extreme crop yield seasons
Ivonne Mariela Garcia Martinez The University of Edinburgh, Scotland Mechanisms of long-term climate variation over Central America: the role of atmospheric teleconnections
Rohit Ghosh Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Germany The atmospheric pathway between Atlantic Multidecadal Variability and European summer in a climate model
Matias Heino Aalto University, Finland Two-thirds of global cropland area impacted by climate oscillations
Nathanael Harwood Brunel University London, UK Using Bayesian Networks to investigate the role of Arctic change in the rise of extreme weather at mid-latitudes
Bernat Jimenez Esteve GEOMAR Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany Separating the Extratropical Tropospheric and Stratospheric Pathways of ENSO
Sunyong Kim Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea What controls ENSO teleconnection to East Asia?
Woon Mi Kim Universitat Hamburg, Germany Atmospheric Teleconnection Patterns and Drought in the Southern Hemisphere
James King University of Oxford, UK Rainfall Processes and Change in East Africa: Tackling the Climate Paradox
Kai Kornhuber Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany Influence of changing surface temperature gradients on mid-latitudinal circulation and synchronised heat extremes
Haiyan Li GEOMAR Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany The interaction between the QBO and ENSO in tropical regions
Sem Vijverberg VU Amsterdam, Netherlands The non-local link between evaporation and precipitation
Bianca Mezzina Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain ENSO influence on the Euro-Atlantic sector
Dario Nicoli Ca Foscari University of Venice & Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change, Italy Global Climate Impacts of the Atlantic Multidecadal Variability: a model-based approach
Peer Johannes Nowack Imperial College, UK The role of ozone feedback in the ENSO response under global warming
Priya Pattancheri Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, India Global teleconnections and regional processes during boreal summer extreme precipitation over Northwest Himalayas
Sarah Perry University of New South Wales, Australia Future changes to El Niño-Southern Oscillation temperature and precipitation teleconnections
Yann Plant Institut Pierre Simon Laplace, France Precursors, mechanisms and predictability of extreme El Niño events
Alexander Todd University of Exeter, UK ENSO-related precipitation changes in response to prescribed SST conditions
Nicholas Tyrrell Finish Meteorological Institute, Finland Influence of Siberian snow extent and the QBO on European temperatures
Michael Walz University of Birmingham, UK Modelling serial clustering of European winter windstorms based on large-scale drivers
Zhihong Zhuo Free University of Berlin, Germany Model ensemble analysis of historical volcanic aerosols' hydrological impacts in Asia monsoon region
George Zittis The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus Century-long observed precipitation trends in the Middle East and North Africa. Connection with large scale teleconnection patterns?