Recordings from the conference

O1.2 – Durran, Dale – The influence of an isolated ridge on a mid-latitude cyclone and upper level jet.

O1.3 – Damiens, Florentin – An adiabatic Foehn effect

O1.4 – Gohm, Alexander – Penetration and interruption of Alpine foehn (PIANO): Description of upcoming field experiment

O1.5 – Umek, Lukas – Penetration and interruption of Alpine foehn (PIANO): preliminary high-resolution numerical simulations

O2.1 – Smith, Ron – Broad spectrum mountain waves

O2.2 – Tudor, Martina – Influence of surface roughness on downslope windstorms and mountain waves

O2.3 – Guarino, Maria Vittoria – Mountain wave turbulence in the presence of directional wind shear over the Rocky Mountains

O2.4 – Stefano, Serafin – A simple model for the amplitude of lee waves on the boundary-layer inversion

O2.5 – Ross, Andrew – Wake formation in the lee of a small but high island: modelling and observations

O3.1 – Volkert, Hans – Mountain waves and cloud bands: case studies of 21 May 1937 and 1 February 2014 within a long research tradition

O3.2 – Muraki, David – Gravity waves generated at small Rossby number by large amplitude topography

O3.3 – Colfescu, Ioana – Detection of gravity waves across the Snaefellsnes Peninsula: A case study

O3.4 – Kruse, Christopher – Mountain wave attenuation and momentum deposition in sheared environments

O3.5 – Mayr, Georg – The community foehn classification experiment

O3.6 – Rotunno, Richard – Origin of the lee-side hydraulic jump

O4.1 – Richard, Evelyne – Heavy Precipitation and Flash Flood Events over Eastern Pyrennes

O5.1 – Jóhannesson, Tómas – An invited talk on Icelandic glaciers

O5.2 – Steenburgh, Jim – The Enhancement of Lake-Effect Precipitation over the Tug Hill Plateau during the Ontario Winter Lake-effect Systems (OWLeS) Field Program

O5.3 – Kim, Byung-Gon – Characteristics of Easterly-Induced Snowfall in the Yeongdong region of Korea

O5.4 – James, Curtis – Simulations of convective flash flood events in southern Switzerland

O5.5 – Viale, Maximiliano – Orographic effects of the subtropical and extratropical Andes on precipitating clouds

O5.6 – Kingsmill, David – Terrain-trapped airflows and orographic rainfall along the coast of northern California: Horizontal and vertical structures of kinematics and precipitation

O5.7 – Miglietta, Mario Marcello – Role of the orography in the generation of a tornadic supercell in the Mediterranean

O6.1 – Smith, Samantha – Use of a sub-grid orographic rain enhancement scheme in the MetUM

O6.2 – Panziera, Luca – Dual-pol radar based hydrometeor classification: analysis of orographic precipitation mechanisms

O6.3 – Kim, Yoo-Jun – Study on characteristics of snow crystal from the two-layer cloud structure in Yeongdong region of Korean Peninsula

O6.4 – Smith, Ron – Numerical Study of Physical Processes Controlling Summer Precipitation over the Western Ghats Region

O6.5 – Bailey, Adriana – Precipitation scavenging effects on Mt. Washington cloud chemistry

O7.1 – Bluestein, Howard – The environment of orographic wave clouds in the lee of the Colorado Front Range (and Oklahoma)

O7.2 – Menchaca, Max – The Influence of Mountain-Forced Waves on the Atmospheric Kinetic Energy Spectrum

O7.3 – Romatschke, Ulrike – Photogrammetric analysis of rotor clouds observed during T-REX

O7.4 – Teixeira, Miguel A.C – Trapped lee waves at an inversion in flow over axisymmetric hills: theory and laboratory measurements of the drag

O7.5 – Adler, Bianca – The impact of upstream flow on the boundary layer in a valley – observations and high-resolution simulations

O7.6 – Horvath, Kristian – Observational and numerical analysis of pulsations and turbulence in a bora downslope windstorm event

O8.1 – Grubisic, Vanda – Atmospheric rotors, downslope windstorms and severe turbulence in a deep long valley

O8.2 – Geerts, Bart – Radar kinematic information as surrogate for isentropes in stratiform orographic storms

O8.4 – Choi, Byoung-Choel – Observation plans of ICE-POP2018 and the preliminary results

O9.1 – Dagsson Waldhauserova, Pavla – Impact of Icelandic volcanic dust on cryosphere

O9.2 – Aksamit, Nikolas – Coherent structures in the alpine atmospheric surface layer coupled with blowing snow response

O9.3 – Van Herwijnen, Alec – Investigating time scales in the meteorological forcing on snow avalanche activity

O9.4 – Garavaglia, Federico – MODIS snow cover data for calibration and evaluation of hydrological models in French mountainous regions

O9.5 – Vidal, Jean-Philippe – Hydrometeorological reconstruction of snow-influenced streamflow series in France since 1871

O9.6 – Helbig, Nora – Parameterizing surface wind speed in complex topography for coarse-scale models

O9.7 – Hughes, Mimi – Dynamical downscaling overcomes deficiencies in gridded precipitation products in the Sierra Nevada, California

O10.1 – Zängl, Günther – Cooling by melting snowfall in Alpine valleys: could its predictability get improved in the near future?

O10.2 – Buzzi, Matteo – Real time bias correction of very high resolution weather forecasting models for nowcasting in complex terrain

O10.3 – Yang, Xiaohua – Sub-kilometer modelling in operational NWP for areas with complex orography

O10.4 – Odak Plenkovic, Iris – Wind speed analog-based predictions in complex topography

O10.5 – Wojcik, Damian – Anelastic and compressible EULAG solvers for limited-area numerical Alpine weather prediction in the COSMO consortium

O10.6 – Ólafsson, Haraldur – Mountains and meteorological and climatological extremes in Iceland

O11.1 – Zardi, Dino – Experimental validation of a modelling chain simulating the dispersion of pollutants from the incinerator of Bolzano (Italy)

O11.2 – Staquet, Chantal – On the relationship between atmospheric dynamics and PM10 concentration in the Arve Valley around Passy

O11.3 – Quimbayo-Duarte, Julian – Impact of along-valley orographic variations on the dispersion of passive tracers in a stable atmosphere: an idealized study.

O11.4 – Bauer, Hans-Stefan – Investigation and evaluation of atmospheric processes in orographic terrain applying the WRF model with very high resolution: examples from selected cases

O11.5 – Duine, Gert-Jan – Influence of horizontal grid spacing in mountainous terrain on simulated planetary boundary layer depths in large-scale transport models

O11.6 – Comola, Francesco – Large eddy simulation of snowfall preferential deposition over complex topography

O11.7 – Rotach, Mathias – The spatial variability of the temperature structure in a major east-west oriented valley in the Alps

O13.1 – Doyle, James – Trailing Mountain Waves

O13.2 – Goger, Brigitta – How essential are 3D shear effects for the representation of the turbulence kinetic energy (TKE) structure in an Alpine valley?

O13.3 – Babic, Nevio – Characteristics of the spectral gap in a valley convective boundary layer

O13.4 – Lehner, Manuela – Spatial variations in the diurnal cycle of turbulent fluxes in an east-west oriented valley

O13.5 – Vecenaj, Željko – Integral length scales in atmospheric surface boundary layers

O13.6 – Stiperski, Ivana – Dependence of similarity theory on turbulence anisotropy

O14.1 – Kelsey, Eric P. – The Impact of Mount Washington on the Vertical Structure of Temperature and Moisture and the Height of the Boundary Layer

O14.2 – Ingvaldsen, Kristian – Impact of higher boundary temperatures on simulations of atmospheric ice accretion on structures during the 2015-2016 icing winter in West-Norway

O14.3 – Panziera, Luca – Daily and sub-daily extreme rainfall over the Swiss Alps: a climatology

O14.4 – Gabella, Marco – Multi-sensor precipitation estimation in the Alps: challenges and opportunities

O14.5 – Pattantyus, Andre – US Army Research Lab’s Meteorological Sensor Array

O14.6 – Renfrew, Ian – The causes of foehn warming in the lee of mountains

O14.7 – Bellaire, Sascha – On forecasting snow surface temperature in complex alpine terrain

O15.1 – Ágústsson, Hálfdán – Examples of applications of mesoscale meteorology in the complex orography of Norway

O15.2 – Paci, Alexandre – The Cerdanya-2017 field experiment: an overview of the campaign and a few preliminary results

O15.3 – Udina, Mireia – Downslope windstorms, mountain waves, orographic precipitation and associated processes analysis during 10-17 January 2017 in The Cerdanya-2017 field experiment

O15.4 – Martinez-Villagrasa, Daniel – The Cerdanya Cold Pool Experiment 2015 (CCP15): a field campaign study of the cold pool in the largest pyrenean valley

O15.5 – Falocchi, Marco – Lidar observations and high-resolution modelling of a wind jet at the exit of the Isarco Valley (Italy)

O15.6 – Metzger, Jutta – Periodic wind systems in the Dead Sea valley – first comprehensive measurements of their characteristics and evolution

O15.7 – Baumann-Stanzer, Kathrin – Long-range transport to summits north, south and at the Eastern Alpine divide – an outstanding Sahara dust event

O15.8 – Petersen, Guðrún Nína – Gap wind and wakes in SE-Iceland on 18 October 2016

O16.1 – Whiteman, Dave – Interactions of a mesoscale katabatic flow with a small crater basin to produce cold and warm air intrusions, flow bifurcations and a hydraulic jump

O16.2 – Ivancan-Picek, Branka – Processes leading to heavy precipitation over north-eastern Adriatic during the HyMeX SOP1

O16.3 – Bica, Benedikt – INCA analysis and nowcasting as part of the international collaborative experiments for the PyeongChang Olympic and Paralympic Games 2018 (ICE-POP 2018)