Presentations


  • Bălteanu, D., M. Micu, M. Sima, V. Chendeş, C. Dragotă, D. Micu, M. Jurchescu, Climate change impact on slope and riverbed evolution in Romania, 7th International Conference on Geomorphology, Melbourne, Australia (http://www.geomorphology2009.com/)

  • Bartholy, J., G. Csima, A. Horányi, A. Hunyady, I. Pieczka, R. Pongrácz, G. Szépszó, C. Torma, Validation of different regional climate models over the Carpathian Basin,
    EMS Annual Meeting and European Conference on Applied Climatology (ECAC), 29 September – 3 October 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (Poster)

  • Bihari, Z., S. Szalai, T. Szentimrey, Improvement of the interpolation of extreme meteorological situation with application of background information. 6th European Conference on Applied Climatology (ECAC), 4-8 September, 2006.

  • Bihari, Z., T. Szentimrey, M. Lakatos, S. Szalai, Verification of radar precipitation measurements with interpolated surface data”, 2007 EGU General Assembly, 2007

  • Bihari, Z., M. Lakatos, T. Szentimrey, S. Szalai, Creation of gridded datasets: theoretical background and applications for Hungary, 6th ECSN Data Management Workshop 2007, Vienna, Austria, 20-22 November, 2007.

  • Bihari, Z., The MISH interpolation method, Summer School on Preparation of Climate Atlas, Sitke, Hungary, 10-14 September, 2007.

  • Cheval, S., T. Szentimrey, A. Manea, Homogenization of monthly temperature series in Romania (1901-2005) using metadata, Meeting of COST-ES0601 (HOME) Action Management Committee and Working Groups and Sixth Seminar for Homogenization and Quality Control in Climatological Databases, Budapest, Hungary, 26-30 May, 2008.

  • Cheval, S., T. Szentimrey, Long-term temperature variability in Romania (1901-2005) based on homogenized data, 6th ECSN Data Management Workshop 2007, Vienna, Austria, 20-22 November, 2007.

  • Dogaru, D., 2007, Population and economic activities in the Dobrogea Plateau and the Black Sea coastal hinterland, Proc. 4th Romanian-Turkish Geographic Seminar "Environment and Society Present-day Diversity and Dynamics", Galati 2006, Ed. Universitară, Bucharest, p.185-194

  • Gobiet, A., Climate change in Central and Eastern Europe: An overview and first results of the CLAVIER project,
    Climate Change III in South-Eastern European Countries: Causes, Impacts, Solutions, 18-19 September, Graz, Austria (Keynote lecture)

  • Gobiet A., D. Jacob, Interfacing regional climate scenarios with climate impact assessment in Eastern and Central Europe (CLAVIER WP2), oral presentation at Ensembles RT8 workshop "Climatic change and impacts in Eastern and Central Europe", Poiana Brasov, Romania, 2006.

  • Gobiet, A., D. Jacob, and the CLAVIER team, Climate Change Modeling and Results from South-Eastern Europe – The CLAVIER Project,
    STATKRAFT workshop on Climate Change and Changing Runoff in South East Europe, Beograd, Serbia, 26. + 27. May 2009. (Invited oral presentation)

  • Gobiet, A., M. Themeßl, S. Pfeifer, P. Lorenz, D. Jacob, On the value of empirical-statistical model error correction methods for climate scenario production,
    EMS Annual Meeting and European Conference on Applied Climatology (ECAC), 29 September – 3 October 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (Oral presentation)

  • Horányi A., J. Bartholy, I. Geresdi, T. Pálvölgyi, Latest results of the Hungarian climate dynamics research (in Hungarian). Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Budapest, Hungary, 20 May, 2008.

  • Horányi A., Climate Change at Central and Eastern Europe: the CLAVIER project. Conference on Adaptation of Water Management to Effects of Climate Change in the Danube River Basin. Vienna, Austria, 3 December, 2007.

  • Józsa, J., T. Krámer and E. Napoli: The impact of terrain roughness and water level changes on wind-induced shallow lake circulation patterns.
    CD-ROM Proc. Fifth International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, 4-7 December 2007, Tampa, Arizona, USA.

  • Kirschner, E., C. Habsburg-Lothringen, Climate Change - Research and Network Activities in Austria and Southeastern Europe. The Climate Change Platform and Related Research Activities,
    International conference "Global Environmental Change: Challenges to Science and Society in Southeastern Europe", 19-21 May 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria. (Oral presentation)

  • Lakatos M,, T. Szentimrey, Z. Bihari, S. Szalai, Procedure for spatio-temporal analysis of extreme climate indices. EGU (European Geosciences Union) conference, Vienna, 15-20 April, 2007.

  • Lakatos, M., T. Szentimrey, J. Bartholy, R. és Pongrácz, Meteorological extremes and their expected future tendency (in Hungarian). Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Budapest, Hungary, 20 May, 2008.

  • Lakatos, M., T. Szentimrey, Z. Bihari, S. Szalai, Homogenization of daily data series for extreme climate indices calculation, Meeting of COST-ES0601 (HOME) Action Management Committee and Working Groups and Sixth Seminar for Homogenization and Quality Control in Climatological Databases, Budapest, Hungary, 26-30 May, 2008.

  • Lakatos, M., T. Szentimrey, B. Birszki, Z. Kövér, Z. Bihari, S. Szalai, Climate indices calculations on homogenized daily data series. 6th European Conference on Applied Climatology (ECAC), 4-8 September, 2006.

  • Mishev, P., M. Mochurova, Climate change impacts on tourism, Proc. International conference "Global Environmental Change: Challenges To Science And Society In Southeastern Europe", 19-21 May 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria.

  • Mishev, P., M. Mochurova, System of Criteria and Indicators for Evaluating Socio-Economic Impacts of Climate Change, Proc. First Scientific and Applied Conference with International Participation "Ecology And Environment – Regional And National Issues And Trends", 5-6 June 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria.

  • Mochurova, M., Pl. Mishev, Climate Change and Its Impacts on Tourism,
    National forum “TOURISM AND NATURE” 20-22 September 2007, Gabrovo, Bulgaria, (Oral presentation)

  • Moseley, C., Climate Change and Variability: Impact on Central and Eastern Europe,
    International conference "Global Changes: Vulnerability, Mitigation and Adaptation", 17-19 April 2008
    Sofia, Bulgaria. (Oral presentation)

  • Pálvölgyi T. , Impact of climate change on built environment and infrastructure. (In: Environmental concerns of sustainable development and renewable natural resources in Carpathian Basin. eds. Fodor I. és Suvák A.). Institute of Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Pécs, 2008

  • Pálvölgyi T., Economy, society, infrastructures. In: "Klímaváltozásról mindenkinek" (eds.: Harnos Zs., Gaál M. és Hufnagel L.). Corvinus University, Budapest, 2008

  • Pfeifer, S., D. Jacob, G. Balint, D. Balteanu, A. Gobiet, A. Horanyi , L. Li, F. Prettenthaler, T. Palvolgyi, G. Szepszo, Climate Change Impact assessment in Central and Eastern Europe: TheCLAVIER project  (oral, invited) 2nd International Lund RCM Workshop, 4 – 8 May 2009, Lund University, Sweden, May 2009

  • Pfeifer, S., D. Jacob, L. Kotova, P. Lorenz, CLAVIER: Climate ChAnge and Variability: Impact on Central and Eastern EuRope,
    European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2007, Vienna, Austria, 15 – 20 April 2007. (Poster)

  • Szentimrey, T., Development of MASH homogenization procedure for daily data, Proceedings of the Fifth Seminar for Homogenization and Quality Control in Climatological Databases, Budapest, Hungary, 2006.

  • Szentimrey, T., Basic methodological questions of the homogenisation and the MASH procedure, 10th International Meeting of Statistical Climatology 20-24 August, 2007, Beijing, China

  • Szentimrey, T., Homogenisation of meteorological time series, Proceedings of the V. Forest and Climate Conference, 25-27, October, 2006 (in Hungarian)

  • Szentimrey, T., Statistical spatio-temporal modelling and methods for different climatological topics. 6th European Conference on Applied Climatology (ECAC), 4-8 September, 2006.

  • Szentimrey, T., Methodological questions of series comparison, Meeting of COST-ES0601 (HOME) Action Management Committee and Working Groups and Sixth Seminar for Homogenization and Quality Control in Climatological Databases, Budapest, Hungary, 26-30 May, 2008.

  • Szentimrey, T., Methodological, mathematical questions of homogenization and the MASH procedure, Summer School on Preparation of Climate Atlas, Sitke, Hungary, 10-14 September, 2007.

  • Szentimrey, T., Spatial interpolation and climatology, Summer School on Preparation of Climate Atlas, Sitke, Hungary, 10-14 September, 2007.

  • Szentimrey, T., Z. Bihari, Meteorological interpolation system (MISH) using climatological informations, Proceedings of the III. Geological Conference, Budapest, 6-7. September, 2006 (in Hungarian)

  • Szentimrey, T., M. Lakatos, S. Szalai, Z. Bihari, Some comments on the crucial questions of homogenization: comparison, detection and correction, 6th ECSN Data Management Workshop 2007, Vienna, Austria, 20-22 November, 2007.

  • Szépszó, G., G. Csima, A. Horányi P. Szabó, What details can the regional climate models add to the global projections in the Carpathian Basin?,
    2nd Lund Regional-scale Climate Modelling Workshop: 21st Century Challenges in Regional-scale Climate Modelling, Lund, Sweden, 4 - 8 May 2009. (Poster)

  • Szépszó, G., First results with the REMO regional climate model at the Hungarian Meteorological Service,
    Second International Conference on Earth System Modelling, Hamburg, Germany, 27 - 31 August 2007. (Poster)

  • Szépszó, G., Validation of the REMO regional climate model over the Carpathian Basin,
    European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2008, Vienna, Austria, 13 – 18 April 2008. (Poster)

  • Szépszó, G., Preliminary results based on climate change simulation with the REMO model over the Carpathian Basin,
    EMS Annual Meeting and European Conference on Applied Climatology (ECAC), 29 September – 3 October 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (Oral presentation)

  • Szőcs, E., B. Bíró, A klίmaváltozás növénytermesztésre gyakorolt hatásai az Északnyugati régióban (Impacts of climate change on the crop production in the North-West region of Romania), Közgazdász Fórum (Economist’s Forum), Romániai Magyar Közgazdász Társaság (Hungarian Economists' Association in Romania) and UBB Faculty of Economics and Business Administration - July, 2009. (language: Hungarian)

  • Szőcs, E., M. Vincze, B. Bíró, Az éghajlatváltozás hatása a növénytermesztésre (Impacts of climate change on crop production),
    A Magyar Tudomány Napja Erdélyben (Day of Hungarian Science in Transylvania), organized by Erdélyi Múzeum Egyesület (Transylvanian Museum Society), Cluj-Napoca, November 22th, 2008. (Oral presentation, language: Hungarian)

  • Themeßl, M., A. Gobiet, Evaluation of empirical-statistical error correction of daily precipitation from a regional climate model in the Alpine Region,
    EMS Annual Meeting and European Conference on Applied Climatology (ECAC), 29 September – 3 October 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (Poster)

  • Themeßl, M., A. Gobiet, G. Heinrich, A. Leuprecht, Empirical-statistical error correction of daily precipitation from a regional climate model and its impacts on the climate change signal (oral), FREE workshop on precipitation downscaling and modelling, 28-30 April, Climate Research Unit, Norwich, Great Britain, April, 2009

  • Vincze, M., I. Pete, E. Szocs, B. Biro, 2007, The main factors influencing Romanian crop production, Proc. International Conference Competitiveness and European Integration, Oct. 26-27 2007, Cluj, Romania, 268 - 277. [For reprints please contact Maria Vincze]

  • Vincze, M., E. Szőcs, B. Bíró, A CLAVIER projekt bemutatása (Presentation of the CLAVIER project),
    Kolozsvári Egyetemi Kutatócsoportok Nyílt Napja (Open days of the researcher groups from Cluj-Napoca) organized by Kolozsvári Magyar Egyetemi Intézet (Hungarian University Federation from Cluj-Napoca) & UBB Hungarian line, Cluj-Napoca, December 13th, 2008. (Oral presentation, language: Hungarian)