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3rd Baltic Earth Conference
Earth system changes and Baltic Sea coasts
Jastarnia, Hel peninsula, Poland
1 - 5 June 2020



14-16 March 2018: MedCordex-BalticEarth-COST Workshop on
Regional Climate System Modelling for the European Sea Reagions

Conference presentations

Wednesday 14 March 2018

Opening Session

Baltic Earth and Integrated Earth System Modeling for the Baltic Sea Region
H.E. Markus Meier

The MedCORDEX ‐2 Initiative
Gabriel Jorda

Topic 1: Development and evaluation of regional climate system models and reanalyses

A 15‐year history of coupled regional climate modelling for the Mediterranean: success stories and current challenges
S. Somot

A regional coupled Earth system model to study climate variations in the regions of the Baltic Sea
Brunnabend S‐E, Frauen C, Placke N, Börgel F, Meier HEM

A North Sea‐Baltic Sea regional models: coupling of ocean and atmosphere through a dynamic wave interface
Staneva J, Schrum C, Behrens A, Grayek S, Wiese A, Ho‐Hagemann H, Rockel B, Geyer B, Breivik Ø, Bidlot J, Fegnollio‐Marc L

The Regional Earth System Model of IPSL (RegIPSL), a contribution to MEDCORDEX
Polcher J, Pennel R, Arsouze T, Bastin S, Fita L, Béranger K, Stéfanon M, Drobinski P

The Regional Climate System CNRM‐RCSM6: description and first results of a 1980‐ 2013 hindcast simulation
Sevault F, Somot S, Adloff F, Waldmann R, Alias A

Modeling the Mediterranean circulation: skills and flaws of present day models
Soto‐Navarro J, Jordà G

Assessment of biogeochemical models in the NW Mediterranean
Ramirez‐Romero E, Jordà G, Calalan I, Segura‐Noguera M, Amores A

Topic 2: Studies on the added value of air‐sea coupling and/or high resolution

Coupled Regional Climate Modelling Systems: Pros and Cons
Ahrens B, Pothapakula PK, Leps N, Akhtar N, Primo Ramos C

Coordinated Experiments of coupled Atmosphere‐Ocean Regional Climate Models for North Sea and Baltic Sea regions
Ho‐Hagemann H and the Coordinated Experiments team (HZG, AWI, DWD, IOW, SMHI)

Role of atmospheric forcing resolution in the long‐term seasonal variability of the Tyrrhenian Sea circulation from a set of ocean hindcast simulations (1997 ‐ 2008)
de la Vara A, Galan del Sastre P, Arsouze T, Gallardo C, Angel Gaertner M

A global integration technique for a better description of the Mediterranean water cycle using satellite data
Pellet V, Filipe Aires, Simon Munier, Gabriel Jordà, Wouter Dorigo, Jan Polcher, Fuxing Wang, Luca Brocca, Stefania Camici, Christian Massari

Role of air‐sea coupling in the simulation of moisture sources over the Mediterranean Basin
Batibeniz F, Ashfaq M, Turuncoglu UU, Onol B

Role of the ocean thermal structure in the modulation of heavy precipitations over the Ligurian Sea
Meroni A, Renault L, Parodi A, Pasquero C

Cascading ocean basins: numerical simulations of the circulation and inter‐basin exchange in the Azov‐Black‐Marmara‐Mediterranean Seas system
Stanev E

The comparison of observational data with the results from ROMS model in the Porsanger fjord, Norway.
Aniskiewicz P

Thusday 15 March 2018

Topic 2: Studies on the added value of air‐sea coupling and/or high resolution

Modeling study of the Svalbard fjord ‐ Hornsund
Jakacki J, Przyborska A

Mesoscale eddy properties in the Mediterranean sea from high‐resolution models.
Amores A, Jordà G

First evaluation of a high resolution model of the Central Mediterranean Sea
Harzallah A, Mehra A, Thiaw W

Topic 3: Regional process studies and extreme and high impact events

Effects of ocean‐atmosphere coupling in regional climate models on the simulation of medicanes: present climate representation and future projections
Gaertner MA, Gonzalez‐Aleman JJ, Gutierrez J, De la Vara A

Climatology, precipitation types and atmospheric conditions of extreme precipitation events in western Turkey
Baltaci H

Long‐term variability of extreme storm surges in the German Bight
Lang A, Mikolajewicz U

Sensitivity of Mediterranean Sea function to uncertainties in the surface freshwater forcing
Jordà G, Martinez‐Asensio A, Amores A, Sevault F, Somot S

Is there a need for coupled chemistry/climate simulations for modelling Mediterranean heat waves? The role of atmospheric aerosols
Jiménez‐Guerrero P, Palacios‐Peña L, Jerez S, Gómez‐Navarro J, López‐Romero J, Lorente‐Plazas R, Montávez J

The future regime of Atlantic nutrient supply to the Northwest European Shelf
Mathis M, Elizalde A, Mikolajewicz U

Exploring future scenarios for the NW Mediterranean Sea for the horizon 2030. Consequences for marine productivity and resources exploitation
Macias D, Piroddi C, Garcia‐Gorriz E, Stips A

Drought assessment and projection under climate change in northern Tunisia
Mathlouthi, M, Fehthi L

The climate change signal for temperature and salinity in the Western Mediterranean Sea in a regionally coupled ocean‐atmosphere model
Cabos W, Sein D, Parras I, Izquierdo A

The individual role of temperature and salinity change for different trophic levels in global climate scenarios downscaled for the Baltic Sea and North Sea
Gröger M, Andersson H, Dieterich C, Meier HEM, Wåhlström I, MacKenzie B

Projected Changes in Baltic Sea Upwelling in Climate Change Scenarios
Dieterich C, Gröger M, Schimanke S, Meier HEM

Future droughts in Southern Ukraine – reasons and possible consequences for water resources and agriculturek
Khokhlov V, Yermolenko N, Zamphirova M

Friday 16 March 2018

Outbreak sessions MedCORDEX/Baltic Earth

Overall workshop discussion and wrap‐up


Topic 1: Development and evaluation of regional climate system models

Integration of Engineering Data of ocean floor in Environmental and Ecosystem Modeling with Geophysics Precursors Invading Impact of Global Warming on Deep Sea Creatures
Hadi N, Glaser S, Ziran Z

Closing the water balance in a regional coupled system model over the North and the Baltic Sea
Hagemann S, Ho‐Hagemann H

Comparison of satellite and in situ soil moisture measurements for modelling
Mačiulytė V

Preliminary results of the RegCM‐ES model with an active biogeochemical component (BFM) over the Med‐CORDEX domain
Reale M, Giorgi F, Solidoro C, Di Biagio V, Mariotti L, Farneti R

Topic 2: Studies on the added value of air‐sea coupling and/or high resolution

Activities with COSMO‐CLM and NEMO for the North and Baltic seas at DWD
Brauch J, Dröse M, Stegert C, Van Pham T, Früh B

Adaptation of the MIKE 3d model for the fjord Hornsund
Przyborska A, Jakacki J

Topic 3: Regional process studies and extreme and high impact events

Comparison of regional and global oceanic reanalyses in the Mediterranean Sea
Beuvier J, Drévillon M, Lellouche J‐M, Garric G, Drillet Y

The Impact of Water Constituents on Radiative Heat Transfer in the Open Ocean and Shelf Seas
Cahill B, Fischer J, Graewe U, Burchard H, Wilkin J, Warner J, Ganju N

Haline convection due to sea ice brine rejection in the Northern Baltic Sea
Gieße C, Meier HEM

Global warming, new energy balance, new atmospheric circulation and extreme meteorological phenomena in Western Mediterranean
Karrouk M‐S

Regional model of forming catastrophic spring runoff in condition climate change on the plain rivers Black sea basin in Ukraine
Ovcharuk V, Gopchenko E

Assessing the climate Impacts of the Atlantic Multidecadal Variability on the Mediterranean basin
Sanchez‐Gomez E, Qasmi S, Cassou C, Boe J

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