EMS, 3-7 September 2018, Budapest

During the annual conference of the European Meteorological Society a session was organized by partners from the EUSTACE and the GlobTemperature projects:

OSA3.2: Combining in-situ and satellite observations for understanding climate change and its impacts

Convenors: J. Bessembinder, D. Ghent, I. Trigo, P. Van Der Linden

Orals (Thursday 06 September 2018):

16:30-17:00  A seamless global land evapotranspiration with thermal remote sensing energy balance method (Xuelong Chen, Zhong Bo, Yaoming Ma, Cunho Han, Isabel Trigo, Pierre Gentine, Glynn Hulley)

17:00-17:15  A global precipitation observation data set at daily resolution for the evaluation of decadal predictions (Marloes Gutenstein-Penning de Vries, Andreas Becker, Felix Dietzsch, Marc Schröder, Thomas Spangehl, Markus Ziese)

17:15-17:30  Using spatial variations of surface radiation to constrain the global temperature sensitivity (Maik Renner, Axel Kleidon, Chirag Dhara, Hisashi Ozawa) 

17:30-18:00  The EUSTACE project: delivering global, daily information on surface air temperature (Nick Rayner and the EUSTACE project team)

18:00- 18:15  Assessing the EUSTACE estimates of air temperature from satellite and their uncertainties: selection of reference data and validation results (Karen Veal and Darren Ghent) 

18:15-18:30  Poster pitches


Detection of phenological occurrence dates from space with Sentinel-2 and MODIS (Hans Ressl, Christoph Matulla, Helfried Scheifinger, and Barbara Chimani)

Precipitation morphing: TAHMO-adjusted satellite products over the Volta Basin region (Camille Le Coz, Arnold W. Heemink, Martin Verlaan, Marie-claire ten Veldhuis, and Nick van de Giesen) 

Heatwaves and Cold Spells in the SATSTACE Daily Global Temperature Data Set  (Stefan Bronnimann and Yuri Brugnara and the Students at Oeschger Centre for Climate Change Research and Institute of Geography)