The European Geosciences Union (EGU) is organising their yearly general assembly from 23 to 27 of May in Vienna, Austria, and online. RECEIPT’s researchers will take part in multiple sessions:
Monday 23 May
- ¨Multi-hazard risk assessment of critical infrastructure at the global scale¨ by Sadhana Nirandjan, Elco Koks, Hans de Moel, Jasper Verschuur, Oliver Wing, Jeroen Aerts and Philip Ward, at 15:31.
- ¨Linking societal impacts to changing weather¨ by Karin van der Wiel, at 19:02.
Tuesday 24 May
- ¨A global-scale vulnerability assessment of human displacement for floods and tropical cyclones¨ by Benedikt Mester, Katja Frieler and Jacob Schewe, at 09:11.
- ¨Advancing critical infrastructure modelling in a complex world¨, organised by Elco Koks, Evelyn Mühlhofer, Jasper Verschuur, Sadhana Nirandjan and Kees van Ginkel, at 10:20.
- ¨Strong increase of probability of Northwestern European multi-year droughts in a warmer climate¨by Karin van der Wiel,Thomas Batelaan and Niko Wandersat, at 13:51.
Wednesday 25 May
- ¨Understanding and quantifying low-likelihood weather and climate extremes¨ organised by Timo Kelder, Erich Fischer, Laura Suarez-Gutierrez and Karin van der Wiel, at 15:10.
- “Analogues of a historical extreme-impact event and their implication for climate change risk assessment” by Henrique Moreno Dumont Goulart, Karin van der Wiel, Christian Folberth, Juraj Balkovic and Bart van den Hurkat, at 15:59.
Thursday 26 May
- ¨Large Ensemble Climate Model Simulations as Tools for Exploring Natural Variability, Change Signals, and Impacts¨ organised by Laura Suarez-Gutierrez, Andrea Dittus, Raul R. Wood, Karin van der Wiel and Flavio Lehner, at 08:30.
- ¨Long-term wind influence on sea level along the Dutch coast¨ by Iris Keizer, Dewi Le Bars, André Jüling, Sybren Drijfhout, and Roderik van de Wal, at 11:09.
Published on : 21 April 2022