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SPARCCLE Researchers at EGU 2024

Apr 12, 2024

SPARCCLE researchers will participate in the European Geosciences Union (EGU) 2024 conference, presenting research on climate change, risk and resilience, energy, citizen science, and more.

The General Assembly 2024 of the EGU will take place at the Austria Center Vienna (ACV) in Vienna, Austria and online, from 14-19 April 2024.

The EGU General Assembly 2024 brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience.

SPARCCLE researchers at EGU 2024

Monday, 15 April

08:30-12:25 (CEST), 14:00-15:40 (CEST) Room 0.49/50
Land-atmosphere interactions and climate extremes
Convener: Wim Thiery | Co-conveners: Inne Vanderkelen, Adriaan J. (Ryan) Teuling, Diego G. Miralles, Sonia Seneviratne

10:05-10:15 (CEST) Room 0.49/50
The cooling effect induced by the Three Gorges Reservoir operation in observations and model simulations
Hongbin Li, Weiguang Wang, and Giovanni Forzieri

10:45-12:30 (CEST) Hall X5, X5.61 (Posters on site)
Spatial analysis of CDR implications for global biodiversity refugia
Ruben Prütz, Joeri Rogelj, Sabine Fuss, Jeff Price, Nicole Forstenhäusler, Rachel Warren, Andrey Lessa Derci Augustynczik, Petr Havlík, and Florian Kraxner

10:45-12:30 (CEST) Hall X5, X5.80 (Posters on site)
First applications of the Rapid Impact Model Emulator
Edward A. Byers, Michaela Werning, Volker Krey, and Keywan Riahi

16:50-17:00 (CEST) Room E2
Beyond the Peak: What we know and don’t know about temperature overshoot
Carl-Friedrich Schleussner

17:05-17:15 (CEST) Room 0.49/50
Long-Term Legacy of Climate Overshoot on Economic Productivity: An Emulator-Based Modeling Approach
Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Sarah Schöngart, Moritz Schwartz, Jonas Schwaab, and Felix Pretis

17:15–17:25 (CEST) Room 0.49/50
Using regional ESM emulators to assess climate feedbacks to IAMs: The “FASTMIP” experimental protocol
Sonia Seneviratne, Yann Quilcaille, Michael Windisch, Lukas Gudmundsson, Bianca Biess, Felix Jaeger, Matthias Hauser, and Martin Hirschi

17:20–17:30 (CEST) Room E2
Exploring risks and benefits of overshooting a 1.5 ◦C carbon budget over space and time
Nico Bauer, David Keller, Julius Garbe, Kristine Karstens, Franziska Piontek, Werner von Bloh, Wim Thiery, Maria Zeitz, Matthias Mengel, Jessica Strefler, Kirsten Thonicke, and Ricarda Winkelmann

Tuesday, 16 April

10:45–12:30 (CEST) Hall X1 | X1.10 (Posters on site)
Reconstructing 20th century burned area by combining global fire model input, satellite observations and machine learning
Seppe Lampe, Lukas Gudmundsson, Vincent Humphrey, Inne Vanderkelen, Bertrand Le Saux, and Wim Thiery

 11:25–11:35 (CEST) Room N2
Achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions critical to limit climate tipping risks
Annika (Ernest) Högner, Tessa Möller, Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Samuel Bien, Niklas H. Kitzmann, Robin D. Lamboll, Joeri Rogelj, Jonathan F. Donges, Johan Rockström, and Nico Wunderling

14:00–15:45 (CEST) Room 2.31
From research to practice in managing the water-energy-food-environment nexus in a changing world
Convener: Yue Qin | Co-conveners: Edo Abraham, Zarrar Khan, Elisabeth Krueger, Edward A. Byers

14:20–14:30 (CEST) Room F1
Collective attribution of historical heatwaves to anthropogenic climate change
Yann Quilcaille, Lukas Gudmundsson, Thomas Gasser, and Sonia I. Seneviratne

14:35–14:45 (CEST) Room 1.31/32
Assessment of heat exposure under a high-end climate change scenario and projected population scenario around Africa’s Lake Victoria region
Delphine Ramon, Clare Heaviside, Oscar Brousse, Charles Simpson, Irene Amuron, Eddie Jjemba, Jonas Van de Walle, Wim Thiery, and Nicle O.M. van Lipzig

14:50–15:00 (CEST) Room F1
Children disproportionally exposed to attributable heatwaves at low-latitude low-income countries
Rosa Pietroiusti, Erich Fischer, Rupert Stuart-Smith, Luke Harrington, Luke Grant, Annalisa Savaresi, Sam Adelman, and Wim Thiery

 16:15–18:00 (CEST) Hall X1, X1.86 (Posters on site)
Improving high-resolution spatial information on agricultural land use management in Europe for economic land use modelling and the assessment of policy impacts
Linda See, Orysia Yashchun, Zoriana Romanchuk, Juraj Balkovič, Rastislav Skalsky, Žiga Malek, Dmitry Schepaschenko, Andre Deppermann, Tamás Kriztin, and Petr Havlík

Wednesday, 17 April

10:45–12:30 (CEST) Hall X1, X1.72 (Posters on site)
Towards Evaluating the Financial Responsibility of Carbon Majors for Climate-Related Damages
Marina Andrijevic, Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, Jarmo Kikstra, Richard Heede, Joeri Rogelj, Sylvia Schmidt, and Holly Simpkin

10:45–12:30 (CEST) Hall X1, X1.76 (Posters on site)
Contributions of carbon majors to historical heatwaves
Yann Quilcaille, Lukas Gudmundsson, Thomas Gasser, and Sonia I. Seneviratne

10:45–12:30 (CEST) Hall X4 | X4.30 (Posters on site)
So, will you live an unprecedented life?
Wim Thiery

10:45–12:30 (CEST) Hall X1 | X1.74 (Posters on site)
Does climate change violate children’s rights? Investigating the use of scientific evidence in child and youth-led climate litigation
Rosa Pietroiusti, Sam Adelman, Annalisa Savaresi, and Wim Thiery

10:45–12:30 (CEST) Hall X1 | X1.77 (Posters on site)
Four roles for geoscientists in climate litigation
Wim Thiery, Rosa Pietroiusti, Annalisa Savaresi, and Stefan Smis

12:20–12:30 (CEST) Room B
A new climate impact database using generative AI
Ni Li, Wim Thiery, Jakob Zscheischler, Gabriele Messori, Liane Guillou, Joakim Nivre, Olof Görnerup, Seppe Lampe, Clare Flynn, Mariana Madruga de Brito, and Aglae Jezequel

Thursday, 18 April

09:35–09:45 (CEST) Room N2
Comprehensive assessment of hazard, exposure, and vulnerability using a new database of climate impact indicators to identify hotspots for adaptation needs
Michaela Werning, Edward Byers, Daniel Hooke, Marina Andrijevic, Volker Krey, and Keywan Riahi

10:45–12:30 (CEST) Hall X1 | X1.59 (Posters on site)
Irrigation-induced impacts on near-surface climate under future scenarios
Yi Yao, Yusuke Satoh, Nicole van Maanen, Sabin Taranu, Seppe Lampe, Yoshihide Wada, David Lawrence, Bill Sacks, Will Weider, Jonas Jägermeyr, Carl-Friedrich Schleussner, and Wim Thiery

14:35–14:45 (CEST) Room 2.17
Why representing gender (in)equality in climate change scenarios matters for the challenges space
Marina Andrijevic, Caroline Zimm, Jonathan Moyer, Raya Muttarak, Shonali Pachauri

16:15–18:00 (CEST) Hall X1, X1.86 (Posters on site)
Improving high-resolution spatial information on agricultural land use management in Europe for economic land use modelling and the assessment of policy impacts
Linda See, Orysia Yashchun, Zoriana Romanchuk, Juraj Balkovič, Rastislav Skalsky, Žiga Malek, Dmitry Schepaschenko, Andre Deppermann, Tamás Kriztin, and Petr Havlík

16:20–16:40 (CEST) Room N1
Extreme events and land use changes in the climate crisis
Sonia Seneviratne, Michael Windisch, Bianca Biess, Felix Jaeger, Lukas Gudmundsson, Mathias Hauser, Laibao Liu, Quilcaille Yann, Schwaab Jonas, and Sieber Petraq 

16:38–16:40 (CEST) PICO spot 3 | PICO3.10
Data rescue of millions of daily precipitation and temperature records collected within the Congo Basin
Derrick Muheki, Bas Vercruysse, Christophe Verbruggen, Dominique Kankonde Ntumba, Ed Hawkins, Félicien Meunier, Fils Makanzu Imwangana, Hans Verbeeck, Julie M. Birkholz, José Mbifo, Kim Jacobsen, Koen Hufkens, Krishna K. T. Chandrasekar, Olivier Dewitte, Olivier Kapalay Moulasa, Pascal Boeckx, Peter Thorne, Seppe Lampe, Théophile Besango Likwela, and Wim Thiery

Friday, 19 April

09:45–09:55 (CEST) Room M2
Is Europe’s Transportation Network ready to face Climate Change?
Crisitna Deidda and Wim Thiery

10:45–12:30 (CEST) Hall X4, X4.157 (Posters on site)
Achieving renewable energy-centered sustainable development futures for rural Africa
Giacomo Falchetta, Adriano Vinca, Gregory Ireland, Marta Tuninetti, André Troost, Manfred Hafner, Edward Byers, and Ackim Zulu

16:15–18:00 (CEST) Hall X4, X4.89 (Posters on site)
Food loss & waste of staple crop products: mapping environmental impacts within the Nexus paradigm
Francesco Semeria, Giacomo Falchetta, Adriano Vinca, Francesco Laio, Luca Ridolfi, and Marta Tuninetti

16:15–18:00 (CEST) Hall A (Posters on site)
Adaptive capacity in the water sector under socio-economic and climate uncertainty
Adriano Vinca, Marina Andrijevic, and Edward Byers

17:50–18:00 (CEST) Room 2.23
Overlapping US-Australia fire seasons reduce the window of opportunity for firefighting cooperation
Andreia F. S. Ribeiro, Doug Richardson, Yann Quilcaille, Fulden Batibeniz, Andrew Pitman and Jakob Zscheischler


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