Final Conference ClimXtreme

Have past weather extremes been affected by climate change? Will future weather extremes change in intensity, frequency and spatial location due to climate change? The researchers of the BMBF measure ClimXtreme presented their results.

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New Paper

Title: Meteorological, impact and climate perspectives of the 29 June 2017 heavy precipitation event in the Berlin metropolitan area

New publication

Title: Swabian MOSES 2021: An interdisciplinary field campaign for investigating convective storms and their event chains

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Are hailstones getting bigger?

SZ in conversation with Susanna Mohr (in German).

 Sebastian Becht
How do large-scale processes influence local-scale thunderstorm activity?

In parts of Europe, thunderstorm activity decreased over the last two decades. Large-scale processes could be an explanation for this.

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HyWa Podcast WasserGespräche

CEDIM in conversation with the journal "Hydrologie & Wasserbewirtschaftung (HyWa)" about the collaboration between meteorologists and hydrologists and about the Eifel flood in July 2021 (in German)

Devastating storms - how climate change is making wind dangerous

Michael Kunz and Susanna Mohr in an NZZ contribution about the consequences of increasing severe storms (starting at 20:55)

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Discussion-Paper PART2 on the July Flood 2021

Title: A multi-disciplinary analysis of the exceptional flood event of July 2021 in central Europe. Part 2: Historical context and relation to climate change

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Climate Change and Land-use Changes Increase Likelihood of Flood Events

New Studies on the 2021 Floods in the Eifel Region and on Future Trends of Such Extreme Events

to press release
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One year after the flood

One year has passed since the flood disaster in the Ahr valley. What are the most important advances that have been initiated in dealing with flash floods? Are there important areas where too little progress has been made? Researchers, including Michael Kunz and Susanna Mohr, address these and other questions in the Helmholtz Flood Focus:

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Impressions: CEDIM at Hannover Messe 2022

From May 30 to June 2, 2022, CEDIM together with KIT spin-off Risklayer presented their work on disaster research at Hannover Messe.

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Recently published Highlight Paper in NHESS

PART1 of the July Flood 2021 two-paper series "A multi-disciplinary analysis of the exceptional flood event of July 2021 in central Europe" was selected by the NHESS editors as a Highlight Paper.

CEDIM at Hannover Messe 2022

From May 30 to June 2, 2022, KIT presents selected highlights from risk research at the Hannover Messe. Susanna Mohr, General Manager of the CEDIM, presents the contributions of the CEDIM during the press preview of the Hannover Messe 2022.

Germany lacks disaster competence

As part of the new LookKIT magazine issue, Michael Kunz, spokesperson for CEDIM, looks back on 20 years of disaster research (from p. 14).

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Recently published

Title: The Karlsruhe temperature time series since 1779