This interactive paper session (10-14 presentations with a 5 minute time limit each) is intended to feature a large variety of climate and weather themed research. Topics that may be included (but not limited to): climate change (including human-environmental interaction and perception), climate modeling, hydroclimatology (droughts, floods, precipitation trends, etc.), weather and societal impacts, biometeorology, atmospheric hazards, urban climatology, paleoclimatology, cryosphere, etc. This session is especially perfect for projects early in their development, research findings with a narrow scope and ongoing project status updates.
Jill Coleman firstname.lastname@example.org and Dagmar Budikova email@example.com
To submit to this session, please send us your PIN and abstract by October 23. Please e-mail us with any questions.
|Presenter||Jill Coleman*, Ball State University, Dagmar Budikova, Illinois State University, Wondwosen Seyoum, Illinois State University, The influence of the El Niño-Southern Oscillation Modoki on eastern U.S. streamflow||7||1:20 PM|
|Presenter||Steve LaDochy*, California State University Los Angeles, Michael Witiw, Certified Consulting Meteorologist, Southern California Fog Disappearance: Global Warming, ENSO or Selective Statistics?||7||1:27 PM|
|Presenter||Adam Burnett*, Colgate University, Arthur Samel, Bowling Green State University, Jason Stower, Bowling Green State University, Development of a single site lake effect snow intensity index over the Tug Hill Plateau of New York State||7||1:34 PM|
|Presenter||Stephen Kreller*, Louisiana State University, Advanced Circulation Model Verification of Tropical Cyclone Storm Surge in the Gulf of Mexico||7||1:41 PM|
|Presenter||Christopher Labosier*, Longwood University, A Preliminary Assessment of Severe Weather Risk Perception, Behaviors, and Preparedness among Undergraduate College Students||7||1:48 PM|
|Presenter||Christopher Gaulin*, Boston University, James Baldwin, Boston University, Impacts of Global Environmental Change on Military Readiness||7||1:55 PM|
|Presenter||Burrell Montz*, East Carolina University, Thomas R Allen, Old Dominion University, Thomas W Crawford, Virginia Tech, Climate Change at the Coast: A Participatory Perspective on Public Health||7||2:02 PM|
|Presenter||Angela Rienzo*, , Jase Bernhardt, Hofstra University, Ivan Bermejo, Hofstra University, Communicating Hurricane Risk With Virtual Reality: A Student Perspective||7||2:09 PM|
|Presenter||Grady Dixon*, Fort Hays State University, Thunderstorm Asthma in the USA: Are We Missing An Important Signal?||7||2:16 PM|
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