Munich Re research programme: conference presentations in 2009
Below is a list of workshops/conference presentations related to the Munich Re research programme, held in 2009.
Presentations from other years can also be accessed:
The Search for Relevant Climate Change Information to Support Adaptation Decision Makers: lessons from reductionism, emergence and the past: David Stainforth, AGU USA, 15 December.
Shadowing the Rotating Annulus: F. Niehörster, R. Binter, R.M.B. Young and L.A. Smith, Australia and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics Seminars, Perth, Australia, December.
Establishing Skill in ENSEMBLES Probability Forecast: R. Binter, H. Du, F. Niehoerster and L.A. Smith, ENSEMBLES final symposium, Exeter, UK, November.
Managing Extreme Events in a Changing Climate: key questions in the context of UK and EU adaptation policy: Nicola Ranger, 'Challenging the European Climate-Energy package', UK and France, November.
Skill of Ensemble Seasonal Probabilistic Forecast: H. Du, F. Niehoerster, R. Binter and L.A. Smith, ENSEMBLES final symposium, Exeter, UK, November.
At War with the Weather and Other Extreme Events: managing large-scale risks in a new era of catastrophes (event information): Howard Kunreuther, LSE, London, UK, 14 October.
One Two Three More: challenges to describing a warmer world: Leonard Smith, '4 degrees and beyond' workshop, Oxford, UK, 28-30 September.
Experimental Design and Interpretation of Policy-relevant Climate Model Ensembles: Leonard Smith, SAMSI 2009-10 Program on Space-time Analysis for Environmental Mapping, Epidemiology and Climate Change, opening workshop on Climate Change, 13-16 September.
Climate Models and their Information Content for the Insurance Industry: Leonard Smith (with David Stainforth, Ana Lopez and Edward Tredger), ABI Climate Change Data seminar, 27 August.
Adaptation and Insurance: reducing risk and maintaining the insurability of people and property in the face of rising hazards: Nicola Ranger, IARU Scientific Congress, 'Climate Change: global risks, challenges and decisions, Copenhagen, March.