Presentations

Erich Fischer and Reto Knutti, ETH Zurich 

Update from Reto and Erich: From theory and models to observations

 

Nathan Gillet, Environment and Climate Change Canada.

The detection and attribution component of CMIP6: DAMIP

 

Alexis Hannart, UBA Germany

Attribution of individual events based on data assimilation

 

Martin Hoerling, NOAA Federal

Some Lessons in Event Attribution: The Texas/Oklahoma Rains of May 2015

 

Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, KMNI Netherlands

Decmeber 2015 in Europe

 

David Karoly, University of Melbourne

Attribution of extreme events in Australia using Weather@Home ANZ


Flavio Lehner, National Center for Atmospheric Research

The importance of ENSO phase during volcanic eruptions for detection and attribution


Karen McKinnon, National Center for Atmospheric Research

Observed changes in daily temperature distributions and the probability of extremes


Friederike Otto, University of Oxford

Framing the event atrribution question- conditioning probabilities, thermodynamics and circulation, event definition

 

Angeline Pendergrass, CIRES

Does the scaling of extreme participation depend on forcing?


Aurélien Ribes, Météo France

D&A at Météo France - CNRM

 

Hideo Shiogama, National Institute for Environmental Studies Japan

Database for Policy Decision Making for Future Climate Change (d4PDF)

 

Richard Smith, University of North Carolina and SAMSI

Bayesian Hierarchial Models for Extreme Event Attribution


Peter Stott, Met Office Hadley Centre

Met Office Hadley Centre Update

 

Ying Sun, China Climate Center

Detection and Attribution Studies in China

 

Jun Yan and Yujing Jiang, University of Connecticut

Extreme Value Modeling for Detection and Attribution of Climate Extremes 

 

Xuebin Zhang, Environment and Climate Change Canada

Updates

 

Francis Zwiers, Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium

Victoria Updates