SWFDP-BAY

Seventh WMO International Workshop on Monsoons (IWM-7) 22-26 March 2022, New Delhi, India


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INVITED TALK

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1RICHARD H. JOHNSON CSU USAPOTENTIAL VORTICITY GENERATION BY WEST AFRICAN SQUALL LINES View View
2ALICE GRIMM FUP BRAZILINTERANNUAL AND INTRASEASONAL VARIABILITY OF THE SOUTH AMERICAN MONSOON AND ITS COMBINATION IN THE MJO MODULATION BY ENSO View View
3LEILA CAVALHO UCSB USANORTH AND CENTRAL SOUTH AMERICAN LOW LEVEL JETS: MECHANISMS AND ASSOCIATION WITH ACTIVE AND BREAK PHASES OF THE SOUTH AMERICAN MONSOON SYSTEM View View
4B.N. GOSWAMI GUWAHATI UNI/IISER INDIATELECONNECTION BETWEEN NORTH ATLANTIC SUMMER SST AND INDIAN SUMMER MONSOON RAINFALL (ISMR) ON SUB-SEASONAL TO MULTI-DECADAL TIME SCALES View View
5DR. SANJAY SRIVASTAVAUN ESCAP BANGKOK MONSOON OUTLOOK TO IMPACT FORECASTING View View
6DR. M MOHAPATRADGM IMD NEW DELHISHORT TO MEDIUM RANGE IMPACT BASED FORECASTING OF MONSOON IN INDIA: View View
7MICHAEL BELLCSU USAINTERACTIONS BETWEEN TROPICAL CYCLONES AND VERTICAL WIND SHEAR View View
8KUNIO YONEYAMAJAMSTECA BRIEF REVIEW OF JAMSTEC YMC ACTIVITIES View View
9KAZUHISA TSUBOKI NAGOYA UNIVERSITY JAPANHIGH-RESOLUTION SIMULATIONS OF HEAVY-RAIN-PRODUCING MESOSCALE CONVECTIVE SYSTEMS USING CLOUD-RESOLVING MODELS View View
10TORU TERAO ASIAPEX KAGAWA UNIVERSITY JAPANGEWEX ASIAPEX: COLLABORATION TOWARD UNDERSTANDING OF MULTISCALE VARIABILITY OF THE ASIAN HYDROCLIMATOLOGICAL SYSTEM View View
11YALI LUO CMA CHINACONVECTIVE AND MICROPHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF EXTREME PRECIPITATION REVEALED BY MULTISOURCE OBSERVATIONS OVER THE PEARL RIVER DELTA AT MONSOON COAST View View
12A.K. SAHAIWWRP SSC INDIAEXTENDED RANGE MONSOON PREDICTION View View
13MING-JEN YANG PSAEVOLUTION OF WATER BUDGET AND PRECIPITATION EFFICIENCY OF MESOSCALE CONVECTIVE SYSTEMS ASSOCIATED WITH SOUTHWESTERLY MONSOON FLOWS OVER THE SOUTH CHINA SEA View View
14BRIAN GOLDING HIWEATHER UKREDUCING THE IMPACT OF HIGH IMPACT WEATHER View View
15PETER J. WEBSTER GEORGIA INS OF TECH USAMONSOON PREDICTION ACROSS SCALES View View
16PAUL ROUNDY SUNYA USAEQUATORIAL ROSSBY WAVES THE MADDEN JULIAN OSCILLATION AND THEIR IMPACTS ON MONSOONS View View
17SURYACHANDRA RAOWCRP MONSOON PANELSST FRONTS/GRADIENTS IN THE BAY OF BENGAL AND THEIR IMPACT ON INDIAN SUMMER MONSOON RAINFALL AT DIFFERENT TIME SCALES View View
18NARENDRA TUTEJAREGIONAL SUPPLY AND FLOOD MODELLING MANAGER WATER NSW AUSTRALIAADVANCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF FORECASTS IN WATER SECTOR View View
19M.RAJEEVANIMS INDIAINDIAN MONSOON MISSION: OPERATIONAL ADVANCES IN SHORT TO MEDIUM RANGE FORECASTS IN INDIA View View
20QING BAOPROFESSOR INSTITUTE OF ATMOS. PHYSICS CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCESFGOALS-F2 SEAMLESS PREDICTION SYSTEM OF IAP-CAS AND APPLICATION IN THE ASIAN MONSOON View View
21SHIGEO YODEN TKYOTO U JAPANMODULATION OF GLOBAL MONSOON SYSTEMS BY THE EQUATORIAL QUASI-BIENNIAL OSCILLATION View View
22YUHEI TAKAYA(S2S CORE PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE)SUB-SEASONAL TO SEASONAL (S2S) PREDICTIONS SUB-SEASONAL TO SEASONAL (S2S) PREDICTIONS OF THE ASIAN SUMMER MONSOON: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS View View
23BIN WANG UH USAGLOBAL AND REGIONAL MONSOONS: CONCEPT AND DYNAMIC RESPONSE TO ANTHROPOGENIC WARMING View View
24KYUNG-JA HA PNU S.KOREACLIMATE EXTREMES IN THE HYDROCLIMATE CHANGE View View
25ANDREW TURNER U. READING U.K.THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE GLOBAL AND REGIONAL MONSOONS View View
26TIM LI UH USADISTINCTIVE SOUTH AND EAST ASIAN MONSOON CIRCULATION RESPONSES TO GLOBAL WARMING View View
27R. KRISHNAN WCRP JSC INDIAIMPLICATIONS OF VOLCANIC AEROSOLS FOR SEASONAL FORECASTING OF THE INDIAN MONSOON IN A CHANGING CLIMATE View View
28DR. HEIDI KREIBICHPOTSDAM GFZ GERMAN RESEARCH CENTRE FOR GEOSCIENCESIMPACT-BASED FORECASTING OF URBAN FLOODING View View
29D.S. PAI IMD INDIASEASONAL PREDICTION OF INDIAN MONSOONS View View
30D. R. PATTANAIKIMD NEW DELHI MEDIUM AND EXTENDED RANGE FORECAST OF MONSOON OVER INDIA : APPLICATION IN AGRICULURE View View
31DEV NIYOGI UTEXAS USA LAND PROCESSES AND FEEDBACKS WITHIN NWP AND EARTH SYSTEM MODELS: HUMAN DOMINATED LANDSCAPES, AND THE ROLE OF AI/ML, DIGITAL TWINS, FOR SENSING THE UNSENSED View View
32YUKARI TAKAYABU U TOKYO JAPANWARM SEASON HEAVY PRECIPITATION OBSERVED FROM SATELLITE EARTH OBSERVATIONS View View
33HATSUKI FUJINAMIINSTITUTE FOR SPACE-EARTH ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH NAGOYA UNIVERSITY JAPANPRECIPITATION AND ITS VARIABILITY IN THE HIGH ELEVATION AREA OF THE NEPAL HIMALAYAS View View
34CHIDONG ZHANGNOAA USA/PMELAIR-SEA TRANSITION ZONE IN THE CONTEXT OF MONSOONS View View
35SULOCHANA GADGIL IISC INDIAECONOMIC AND SOCIETAL IMPACTS OF THE INDIAN SUMMER MONSOON View View
36ROHINTON EMMANUEL GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNI. U.K.THE INCREASING OVERHEATING PROBLEM IN URBAN SOUTH ASIA: MITIGATION OPTIONS View View
37U. C. MOHANTYIIT BHUBANESWAR INDIAROLE OF LAND SURFACE PROCESSES ON INDIAN SUMMER MONSOON RAINFALL: UNDERSTANDING AND IMPACT ASSESSMENT View View
38NACHIKETA ACHARYATHE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY USA.A MACHINE LEARNING APPROACH FOR PROBABILISTIC MULTI-MODEL ENSEMBLE PREDICTIONS OF INDIAN SUMMER MONSOON RAINFALL View View
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