CNDS presentations and sessions at EGU 2019


EGU 2019: Presentations (*) and Sessions (#) by CNDS Fellows (italics):

(The list may not be complete. Please inform if more presentations/sessions should be added)

Monday 8 April

* NH1.10 A virtual experiment to compare statistical vs. process-based methods for design flood estimation (Kenechukwu OkoliKorbinian Breinl, Maurizio Mazzoleni, and Giuliano Di Baldassarre) Hall X3, 16:15-18:00

Tuesday 9 April

# HS1.2.2 Hydrology, society and environmental change: Panta Rhei (everything flows) (Convener: Giuliano Di Baldassarre, Co-conveners: Enrica Caporali, Heidi Kreibich, Tobias Krueger) PICO spot 5b, 08:30-10:15

* HS1.2.2 Understanding Human Settlement Dynamics in Flood-Prone Areas Using Global Data (Johanna MårdMaurizio Mazzoleni and Giuliano Di Baldassarre) PICO spot 5b, 08:30-10:15

HS1.2.2 Human impacts and responses to hydrological extremes: Large scale modeling over Europe to unravel the role of reservoir operations (Elena Ridolfi, Niko Wanders, and Giuliano Di Baldassarre) PICO spot 5b, 08:30-10:15

# NH9.1 Global and continental scale risk assessment for natural hazards: methods and practice (Convener: Hessel Winsemius, Co-conveners: Hannah Cloke, James Daniell, Melanie J. Duncan) Room L6, 10:45-12:30, 14:00-18:00

* NH9.1 Global water risk dynamics – Plinius Medal Lecture: Philip Ward (Philip is an invited lecturer for the CNDS/EGU Summer School) Room L6, 17:00-18:00

* NH9.1 Analysing shifts in the timing of extreme dry spells at the global scale (Korbinian BreinlGiuliano Di BaldassarreMaurizio Mazzoleni, and Giulia Vico) Room L6, 16:45-17:00

Wednesday 10 April

# HS5.2.2 Advances in Socio-Hydrology (Convener: Britta Höllermann, Co-conveners: Giuliano Di Baldassarre, Marcus Nüsser, Saket Pande) Hall A, 10:45-12:30; Room B, 14:00-18:00

HS5.2.2 Who follows whom: Reservoirs and population dynamics in the USA (Maurizio Mazzoleni and Giuliano Di Baldassarre) Room B, 17:15-17:30

* HS4.1.1 Trade-offs and synergies between ecosystem services within the water-energy-food-land-climate nexus in Sweden (Lotte van den Heuvel, Malgorzata Blicharska, and Claudia Teutschbein) Hall A, 14:00-15:45

* NP5.3 Impacts of a Changing Climate on Spatio-Temporal Trends and Patterns of Streamflow Droughts Using a Large-Sample Dataset (Beatriz Quesada, Thomas Grabs, and Claudia Teutschbein) Hall A, 14:00-15:45

Thursday 11 April

# NH9.2 New scientific approaches and data to unravel the interplay between natural hazards and vulnerable societies (Convener: Johanna Mård, Co-conveners: Korbinian Breinl, Steffi Burchardt, Giuliano Di Baldassarre, Michael Hagenlocher) PICO spot 1, 08:30-10:15

* NH9.2 Are fatality potentials of natural disasters increasing? Examining how natural and human factors affect societal vulnerability (Niranjan JoshiRoland Roberts, and Ari Tryggvason) PICO spot 1, 08:30-10:15

* NH9.2 Changes in hydrogeological risk perception over time: Longitudinal evidence in the North-eastern Italian Alps (Elena MondinoFrederike AlbrechtJohanna Mård, Marco Borga, Anna Scolobig, and Giuliano Di Baldassarre) PICO spot 1, 08:30-10:15

* NH9.2 Instrumental case studies of hydrosocial extremes (Elisa SavelliMaria RuscaHannan Cloke, and Giuliano Di Baldassarre) PICO spot 1, 08:30-10:15

NH9.2 Global patterns of the human interplay with floods and droughts (Sara Andersson) PICO spot 1, 08:30-10:15

* HS5.4.3 A culture of proactive drought management? Unraveling the perception and management of droughts in Swedish municipalities (Claudia Teutschbein, Elin Lundkvist, Frederike Albrecht and Malgorzata Blicharska) Hall A, 14:00-15:45

Friday 12 April

* NH9.11 Cartograms for use in forecasting weather driven natural hazards (Hannah Cloke, Florian Pappenberger, and Calum Baugh) Room L1, 14:30-14:45

* NP5.3 Comparison of bivariate copula-based bias correction of regional climate model (RCM) precipitation and temperature (Faranak Tootoonchi, Jan Haerter, and Claudia Teutschbein) Hall X4, 16:15-18:00