Predicting the Risk Posed by Tropical and Extra-Tropical Cyclones
Speaker: Professor Gregor C Leckebusch, Professor of Meteorology and Climate, University of Birmingham
Extra-tropical and tropical cyclones form severe threats to society around the globe. This presentation will discuss the latest assessments of the risk of occurrence and related uncertainty assessments.
Based on latest model diagnostics and analysis techniques, the possibility and skill of predictions for different lead times will be discussed. Focus will be on time scales beyond the synoptic weather forecast, thus the range from seasons to decades and climate change horizons to the end of the century.
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