European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Vienna, 22-27 April 2012
CATS Members gave the following presentations at the EGU General Assembly 2012:
Lopez, A. and Smith, L.A. 'Will current probabilistic climate change information, as such, improve adaptation?'
Jarman, A. and Smith, L.A. 'Misleading estimates of forecast quality: quantifying skill with sequential forecasts'.
Surminski, S. and Ranger, N. 'The impact of climate change on the BRICS economies: The case of insurance demand'.
Chapman, S.C., Stainforth, D.A. and Watkins, N.W. 'Evaluating the sensitivity of local temperature distributions to global climate change'.
Suckling, E. and Smith, L.A. 'Do quantitative decadal forecasts from GCMs provide decision relevant skill?'
Stainforth, D.A. and Smith, L.A. 'Linearity, climate sensitivity and climate changes in the surface temperature field'.
Smith, L.A. 'Sustainable odds: Towards quantitative decision support when relevant probabilities are not available'.
Surminski, S., Holt Andersen, B., Hohl, R. and Andersen, S. 'Applying Earth Observation Data to agriculture risk management: a public-private collaboration to develop drought maps in North-East China'.
Suckling, E. and Smith, L.A. 'Gradient descent assimilation for the point vortex model'.
A number of posters were also presented at the EGU 2012. Please click here to view them.