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Dates:
27.06 - 30.06.2016  
Venue:
Saint Martin d’Hères, France
Contact person:
Bruno Wilhelm, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Floods Working Group will hold their first workshop in Grenoble, France from 27-30 June 2016.

Download the workshop flyer here.

Acccess the final program here.

Access the book of summaries here.

Venue

Maison des Sciences de l’Homme-Alpes, 1221 avenue Centrale, Domaine Universitaire, 38400 Saint Martin d’Hères, France.

Workshop aims

The Cross community workshop on past flood variability aims to:

- gather scientists from different archive communities and promote collaboration
- discuss archive-specific methodological aspects
- discuss advantages/challenges/limitations of each archive and exchange experiences
- intensify work on database
- define and discuss goals, products and timelines for the coming year and the complete first three-year period of the Floods Working Group.

Sessions and discussion topics

The following sessions and discussion topics are being prepared:

Session I: What archives can be used to reconstruct past flood variability?
Session II: How to develop a multi-archive approach?
Session III: How to proceed from paleo-flood data sets to statistical analysis, hydro-climate modelling and flood-hazard assessment?

Archive-specific group discussions:
i) Discuss the potential of and the interest in archive-specific review papers in the frame of a post-conference special journal issue.
ii) Discuss the ‘ideal’ data format (required fields) for a paleo-flood database.

Plenary discussions:
I. Summary of group discussions
II. How to proceed with the collection of data and the database
III. Goals, products and timelines for the first 3-year period of the working group.

 

Post-workshop material

floods group photo wshop 2016

> List of participants (PDF)

> Report summarizing main points (PDF)

Session 1 - What archives can be used to reconstruct past flood variability?

Keynote speakers:

Neil MACDONALD > Documentary flood records, so much more than just a flood magnitude
Scott ST GEORGE > Trees as flood sensors
Rhawn DENNISTON > Speleothems as Records of Discrete Flood Events
Mark MACKLIN > Flood records from river sediments and the geomorphology of climate change impacts
Blas VALERO-GARCES et al. > Millennial–scale flood variability in the Iberian Peninsula from Lake Records: a review

Oral presentations

Flavio ANSELMETTI et al. > Patterns and controls of Holocene flood frequency across the Swiss Alps on the basis of 4700 lacustrine flood layers
Fabien ARNAUD > Is deeper the better? The potential of deep coring in deep large perialpine lakes to get plurimillenial flood records
Juan A. BALLESTEROS et al. > Paleoflood reconstruction in the Indian Himalayas based on tree rings
Mariano BARRIENDOS > Contribution of documentary archives to past flood variability. Limitations and opportunities in Western Mediterranean Basin
Sebastien BERTRAND et al. > The potential of fjord sediment geochemistry for high-resolution paleohydrological reconstructions
Laurent DEZILEAU et al. > A multi-dating approach applied to historical slackwater flood deposits of the Gardon River, SE France
Pierre FRANCUS et al. > Diversity of the signature of floods within varves sediments of North America
Rüdiger GLASER et al. > Floods in Central Europe since AD1000 – data, methods and results in the context of modern risk analysis …
Lin JI et al. > Extraordinary paleofloods response to Holocene climatic change over the East Asia monsoon zone (...)
Uday KUNWAR THAPA et al. > An evaluation of the Nepal Himalaya tree-ring network and its potential application to paleodischarge studies
Mark LÜTSCHER > Tracking extreme precipitation events in speleothems: examples from the Alpine and Mediterranean regions
Matthew THERRELL et al. > Anatomical variability in tree-rings related to large-scale flooding
Maria VELEZ et al. > Late Holocene Paleoflood History of the Cauca River, Colombia (SA)

Poster presentations

Michel LANG et al. > BDHI: a French national database on historical floods
Jessica MOLONEY et al. > Extending the palaeoflood record: assessing the reliability and viability of palaeoflood records
Samual MUNOZ et al. > Overbank flooding of the Mississippi River in the context of the late Holocene climatic variability and land use change
Aurel PERSOIU et al. > Holocene floods in the inner Carpathian Region, Eastern Europe
Georges PICHARD et al. > A multi-secular database (AD 1300-2000) on the historical flood variability in the Lower Rhone Valley
Pierre SABATIER et al > Mid to Late Holocene flood activity in Northern French Alps (Lake Savine)

Session 2 - How to develop a multi-archive approach?

Keynote speaker:

Lothar SCHULTE > The challenge of multidisciplinary reconstruction of paleofloods

Oral presentations

Gerardo BENITO > Palaeoflood analysis from fluvial and lake records in Spain
Richard CHIVERELL et al. > Quantifying magnitude and frequency of recent extreme floods using lake sediment records from the UK
Markus CZYMZIK et al. > Calibrating detrital layers in varved lake sediments for quantified flood reconstruction
Tina SWIERCZYNSKI et al. > Understanding floods and risks of the last 7000 years at Lake Mondsee

Poster presentations

Tobias SCHNEIDER et al. > Ultra-high resolution flood history in lake sediments from SW Ecuador of the past two thousand years: El Niño or not?


Session 3 - How to proceed from paleo-flood data sets to statistical analysis, hydro-climate modeling and flood-hazard assessment?

Keynote speaker:

Manfred MUDELSEE > Statistical Flood Risk Analysis: From Paleo to Present

Oral presentations

Libor ELLEDER > Hydrological Approach for Flood Reconstruction
Tao LIU et al. > Paleoflood Hydrology in China, a Review
Josué POLANCO MARTINEZ et al. > The BINCOR R package: a computational software to estimate the correlation between two irregular paleoclimate time series
Willem TOONEN > Historical and palaeoflood records to assess flood risk and the impacts of climate change (…)
Arturo VALDES > Historical floods in Tabasco and Chiapas during sixteenth–twentieth centuries
Oliver WETTER > Reconstruction of peak water levels, peak discharges and long-term occurrence of (…) flood events of rivers (…) in Switzerland

Poster presentations

Andres ANTICO et al. > Anatomies of extreme Paraná River floods: Contributions of different time scales
Carles BALASCH > Spatial and temporal flood variability in the Ebro basin since 1600 AD
Xavier CASTELLFORT et al. > A method to evaluate the average holocene palaeoflood
Monica IONITA et al. > Patterns of extreme climate indices associated with observed and proxy Ammer river floods
Juan Carlos PENA et al. > Climate drivers of high-summer floods in Switzerland (1800-2010)
David PINO > Synoptic conditions, convective indexes and timescale during the major flash floods in NE Iberian Peninsula since 1871

Additional talks

Pierre FRANCUS et al. > Discuss the ‘ideal’ data format (required fields) for a palaeoflood database
Scott ST GEORGE > Discuss experience from another PAGES WG
Victor R. BAKER > Global extreme flood archive for advancing science and hazard mitigation

 

 

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