We warmly invite and encourage you to submit an abstract to the “Urban climate, urban biometeorology, and science tools for cities” session at the EGU General Assembly 2024 in Vienna, Austria (14 – 19 April 2024)
CL2.5: Urban climate, urban biometeorology, and science tools for cities
Urban areas play a fundamental role in local- to large-scale planetary processes, via modification of heat, moisture, and chemical budgets. With urbanisation continuing globally it is essential to recognize the consequences of converting natural landscapes into the built environment. Given the capabilities of cities to serve as first responders to global change, considerable efforts are currently dedicated across many cities to monitoring and understanding urban atmospheric dynamics. Further, various adaptation and mitigation strategies aimed to offset impacts of rapidly expanding urban environments and influences of large-scale greenhouse gas emissions are developed, implemented, and evaluated.
This session solicits submissions from the observational, modelling, and science-based tool development communities. Submissions are welcome that cover urban atmospheric and landscape dynamics, urban-climate conditions under global to regional climate change, processes and impacts due to urban-induced climate change, the efficacy of various strategies to reduce such impacts, and human-biometeorological investigations in urban settings. We also welcome techniques highlighting how cities use novel science data products and tools, including those from humanities and social sciences, that facilitate planning and policies on urban adaptation to and mitigation of the effects of climate change. Emerging topics such as citizen science, crowdsourcing, machine learning, and urban-climate informatics are highly encouraged.
Deadline for abstract submission is Wednesday, 10 January 2024, 13:00 CET / 12:00 UTC. Details can be found here: https://www.egu24.eu/programme/how_to_submit.html
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On behalf of the convener team:
Daniel Fenner | University of Freiburg, Germany
Gaby Langendijk | Deltares, The Netherlands
Rafiq Hamdi | Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium, Belgium
Julia Hidalgo | Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France
Ariane Middel | Arizona State University, USA