19th Conference on Climate Variability and Change

Session 7


Climate and Extreme Weather Events I

 Chairs: Kelly Redmond, Western Regional Climate Center, Reno, NV; Edward O'Lenic (Chair after the Break), NOAA/NWS/CPC, Camp Springs, MD
1:30 PM7.1Tropical cyclones, drought, and the seasonal reversal of the ENSO rainfall signal in the Philippines  
Bradfield Lyon, International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Columbia Univ., Palisades, NY; and S. J. Camargo, H. Cristi, E. R. Verceles, F. D. Hilario, and R. Abastillas
1:45 PM7.2Statistical analysis of factors affecting the genesis of tropical Atlantic cyclones in climate model simulations  
R. Saravanan, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; and S. Mahajan
2:00 PM7.3A Multi-Millennial Record of Intense Hurricanes in New England  
Philip Lane, MIT, Woods Hole, MA; and J. Donnelly
2:15 PM7.4U.S. temperature and precipitation extreme events, 1850–2005  
Michael A. Palecki, ISWS, Champaign, IL; and K. E. Kunkel and J. R. Angel
2:30 PM7.5Closed anticyclones of subtropical and middle latitudes: A 54-year climatology (1950–2003) and three case studies of extreme heat waves  
Thomas J. Galarneau Jr., SUNY, Albany, NY; and L. Bosart
2:45 PM7.6The Influence of Low Frequency and Synoptic Variability on the Timing, Magnitude, and Geographical Distribution of Extreme Wind Events  extended abstract wrf recording
Jeffrey H. Yin, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and G. Branstator
3:00 PMCoffee Break in Exhibit Hall and Raffle  
3:30 PM7.7The behavior of extreme cold-air outbreaks in a greenhouse-warmed world   wrf recording
Stephen J. Vavrus, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and J. E. Walsh, D. Portis, and W. L. Chapman
3:45 PM7.8Changes in North American extremes derived from daily weather data  extended abstract wrf recording
Thomas C. Peterson, NOAA/NESDIS/NCDC, Asheville, NC; and X. Zhang, M. B. India, and J. L. V. Aguirre
4:00 PM7.9A Monte Carlo assessment of uncertainties in heavy precipitation frequency variations  
Kenneth E. Kunkel, ISWS, Champaign, Illinois; and T. R. Karl and D. R. Easterling
4:15 PM7.10Statistical significance of the trends in the extremes of monthly precipitation over the US  
Salil Mahajan, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; and R. Saravanan, G. North, and M. G. Genton
4:30 PM7.11High quality daily temperature and precipitation historical data sets for the Northeast United States: implications for sudies of climate extremes  
Paula J. Brown, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA; and R. S. Bradley
4:45 PM7.12A diagnostic study of atmospheric blocking using Lyapunov exponents over a 50 year period   wrf recording
Athar Hussain, Univ. of Missouri, Columbia, MO; and A. R. Lupo, C. Strong, and S. Dostoglou
5:00 PM7.13An adaptive multi-regressive method for summer seasonal forecast in the Mediterranean area  
Massimiliano Pasqui, Institute of Biometeorology, National Research Council, Firenze, FI, Italy; and L. Genesio, A. Crisci, J. Primicerio, R. Benedetti, and G. Maracchi
5:15 PM7.14The development of standardized anomalies for gradient fields as well as other fields—a preliminary investigation  extended abstract wrf recording
Ivory J. Small, NOAA/NWS, San Diego, CA

Thursday, 18 January 2007: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM, 214B

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