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Opening Session
Rolf Brennerfelt - Director General SMHI

Opening Session
Jan Olsson - Environment Ambassador, Ministry of the Environment and Energy, Sweden

Opening session
David Carlson - Director Word Climate Research Programme

Opening Session
Nina Kirchner - Director for Research at Bolin Centre, Stockholm University

Opening session
Filippo Giorgi and William Gutowski - co-chairs WCRP CORDEX

Opening Session
Irene Lake - Director of the  International Project Office for CORDEX

Winners of the Best Posters Awards

Best Posters Awards
Raul Wood - Ludwig Maximilians Universität München, Germany

Best Posters Awards
Csaba Zsolt Torma - The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy

Best Posters Awards
Andreas Prein - NCAR, Boulder, USA

Closing Session
Erik Kjellström - SMHI

The Organizing Committee

 

     
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The presentations given during the conference are available online.

 

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Report on the Early Career Scientist side-event

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Participants of the ICRC CORDEX 2016

 

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ECS Best Poster Competition    

Awards present to the best posters during the closing session of the conference on the 20th of May. The presentations of the highest quality posters award with a WCRP/CORDEX certificate and a souvenir of the conference.

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48 posters participated

  • Each poster assessed by two reviewers
  • Criteria: – Scientific merit and novelty – Originality of work – Aesthetics of display – Clarity of the poster

Congratulations to the three winners:

  • Csaba Zsolt Torma - The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy
  • Andreas Prein - NCAR, Boulder, USA
  • Raul Wood - Ludwig Maximilians Universität München, Germany
     
     
 CORDEX: The science that underpins future climate change policy
  
 WCRP CORDEX information feeds directly into policy-driven research. Take, for example, the IMPACT2C web-atlas, which tells visual stories of the potential impacts of climate change with 2°C global warming for key sectors – energy, water, tourism, health, agriculture, ecosystems and forestry, as well as coastal and low-lying areas – at both the pan-European level and for some of the most vulnerable regions of the world to climate change. The conclusions of IMPACT2C have major implications for possible adaptation strategies on national and international scales. (read more
     
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 ICRC-CORDEX 2016 Programme

 

The International Conference on Regional Climate (ICRC)-CORDEX 2016 will bring together the international community involved in regional climate research focusing on high resolution climate information, and its applications to the vulnerability, impacts and adaptation community and the full spectrum of potential end users of regional climate information.  It will further promote the CORDEX vision to advance and coordinate the science and application of regional climate downscaling through global partnerships.

 

To download the programme, click here!

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 ICRC-CORDEX 2016 Abstract book

 

Poster Sessions

  • A: Benefit of downscaling
  • B: Frontier downscalling tools
  • C: Impacts and applications

 

To download the abstract book, click here!

 

Poster numbering:

PA = Poster Session A

PB= Poster Session B

PC = Poster Session C