In this series of virtual seminars, invited speakers will give a ~30 minute presentation, followed by up to 30 minutes of discussion. The whole webinar session is limited to 60 minutes.
For the next webinars taking place in May, we have a special format: for each webinar (duration 1 hour), we invite 3 speakers who also present in the SMILE session at EGU to talk about their work.
Monday May 10, 5pm (CEST), 11am (EDT), 9am (MDT): EGU special part 1
Alexandra Jahn: Forced Changes in the Arctic Freshwater Budget Emerge in the Early 21st Century
Karin van der Wiel: Physical storylines of future European drought events like 2018 based on ensemble climate modelling
Nicole Ritzhaupt: Robustness of projections of European precipitation for seasonal means and seasonal extremes
Monday May 17, 5pm (CEST), 11am (EDT), 9am (MDT): EGU special part 2
Timo Kelder: Seasonal predictions as a high-resolution large ensemble to study extreme events over recent decades
Gabrielle Dallaire / Richard Arsenault: Calibration of a reinforcement learning method with the ClimEx large ensemble and a weather generator for water management
Christopher Callahan: El Niño variability mediates 21st century growth effects of climate change
In June, we will resume with the standard format: one webinar per month with an invited speaker.