28 – 30 June 2023
in Toulouse, FR
The conference will cover the following topics:
1 – MedCyclones: A community effort to coordinate scientific research – Flaounas et al.
2 – A brief history of the European windstorm workshops – David Stephenson
1 – Toward the definition of Medicane – Miglietta et al.
2 – A physical de scriptor phase space for Mediterranean cyclones – Gonzáles-Alemán et al.
3 – Process based classification of Mediterranean cyclones using potential vorticity – Givon et al.
4 – Quantifying relationships between measures of extra tropical cyclone intensity – Cornér et al.
1 – The Linkage of Serial Cyclone Clustering in Western Europe and Weather Regimes in the North Atlantic European Region in Boreal Winter – Pinto et al.
2 – Atmospheric blockings and downstream cyclones in the Euro Mediterranean sector – Loizou & Raveh-Rubin
3 – he upstream downstream connection between North Atlantic and Mediterranean cyclones – Scherrmann et al.
1 – The Eastern Mediterranean Catastrophic Flash Floods in Antalya Turkey – Demirtas, et al.
2 – Five year climatology and composite study of precipitation bands associated with extratropical cyclones over the British Isles – Zhang, et al.
1 – Low level winds jets leading to damaging surface winds in Storm Eunice – Gray, et al.
2 – Identification and climatology of high wind features within European winter storms – Eisenstein, et al.
3 – A global climatology of sting jet cyclones – Harvey, et al.
4 – Global analysis of cyclone induced compound precipitation and wind extreme events – Messmer, et al.
5 – Cyclonic com pound 'wet' and 'windy' extremes in the Eastern Mediterranean – Hochman, et al.
1 – The cold front identification scheme MedFTS_DT in the Mediterranean and the estimation of related frontal precipitation – Flocas et al.
2 – Impacts of global warming on the development of extratropical cyclones in idealized simulations – Chen et al.
3 – Unravelling the large scale forcing of projected drying in the Mediterranean region – Keller & Garfinkel
4 – Return levels of extreme European windstorms, their dependency on the NAO, and potential future risks – Priestley et al.
5 – Using seasonal forecasts to enhance our understanding of extreme windstorms – Hansen & Maddison
1 – Future changes to risk from extratropical wind storms in Europe using Lagrangian feature tracking – Catto et al.
2 – The impacts of European windstorms based on regional climate models and insurance perspective – Alifdini et al.
3 – Windstorm losses in Europe What to gain from damage datasets – Mömken et al.
4 – A framework for understanding the correlation between aggregated losses of compound events – Jones et al.
5 – From High Waters to High Stakes, Attributing Acqua Alta Event s in Venice to Climate Change and the Efficacy of MoSE adaptation strategy – Faranda et al.
1 – A model intercomparison project (MIP) to improve predictions of Mediterranean cyclones – Pantillon, et al.
2 – Enhancement of the predictability of intense Medicane via warmer SST – Sanchez, et al.
3 – Extreme weather forecasting at kilometre scale: insights from two case studies within the Destination Earth Initiative – Gascon, et al.
4 – Investigating the predictability of Mediterranean cyclones and their severity – Doiteau, et al.
5 – Seasonal forecast skill of severe winter windstorms over Europe and assessing the influence of dynamical factors – Degenhardt, et al.