P40 Regional climate change in Europe
The potential global warming will certainly affect the European climate conditions in the coming decades and centuries. Therefore it is essential to provide reliable estimations for different types of end-users (from the field of agriculture, forestry, hydrology, energy use, human health, risk management, and even for the purpose of governmental strategy planning). Potential consequences of the regional climate changes are also important to analyze in details because they might add specific relevant information.
In this session any regional climate change projection is particularly welcome using either statistical and/or dynamical methods. Further focuses of the session include extreme event analysis, evaluation of reference climatological data, comparison of different climate projections and/or different methods, analysis of different applications, and various impact studies based on climate projections.
- Analyses of temperature and precipitation extreme indices in the Carpathian region in the period 1961-2010 , , *, , :
- Analysis of cold extreme and variability indices related to air temperature in the Romanian Carpathians and Intra-Carpathian areas *, :
- Contemporary changes in precipitation extremes in Poland in comparison to changes in other parts of Baltic Sea Basin , *:
- Regional climate model validation study for European regions *, , , :
- Uncertainty assessment based on results of global and regional climate models , *:
- Evaluation of estimated changes in precipitation-related extremes using raw vs. bias-corrected regional climate model outputs *, , :
- Analysis of future wind climatology based on regional climate model projections *, , , :
- Impact of climate on wine quality and quantity in the Matra region *, , , :