Programme

For Download: CRIAS-Workshop Programme (update 7/10)

MONDAY, 7 October 2019

13:00 – 13:15 Bauch, Martin; Huhtamaa, Heli
Valero Garces, Blas
Welcome and Introduction on behalf of CRIAS and PAGES
ASIA
13:15

13:30

Liu, Yang Reconstruction of spring phenology and analysis of extreme phenophase delays with natural forces, between AD 1741 and AD 2000 in Bejing
13:35

13:50

Bhattacharya, Atreyee Accounting for climate variability in understanding societal outcomes
13:55
-14:10
Liu, Yachen Phenological and Temperature Changes Reconstructed by the Phenological Records in Poems of the Tang and Song Dynasties(618-1260 AD) in China
14:15 Coffee break
AFRICA
14:45

15:00
Adamson, George Examining reconstruction reliability in documentary climate reconstruction
15:05
-15:20
Grab, Stefan Constructing the southern hemisphere’s longest daily weather chronology – Cape of Good Hope (Cape Town), South Africa:  1654present

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15:30 Coffee break

 

EUROPE
16:00

16:15
Brázdil, Rudolf Extreme drought of 1842 in Europe as described by documentary data and instrumental measurements
16:20

16:35
Kiss, Andrea Beyond the bridgemasters‘ accounts: Winters, weather extremes, Danube high and low flows in the Pressburg accounts
16:40
-16:55
Olinski, Piotr Severe winters in the south Baltic zone in the 15th century
17:00
-17:15
Pribyl, Kathleen Climate variability and the grain trade, East Anglia 1400-1440
18:30 Williamson, Fiona (Keynote) Historical Climate Data Recovery and Humanities Research in China and Southeast Asia: the international ACRE initiative and beyond
19:30 Working Dinner with discussion

 

 

TUESDAY, 8 October

GLOBAL
9:30
-10:00
Brönnimann, Stefan

(Keynote)

A global inventory of pre-1850 instrumental meteorological records
10:15

10:30
Burgdorf, Angela-Maria Unveiling climate history since the 14th century by means of historical documentary evidence: A preliminary global inventory
10:35

10:50
Sert, Özlem A project presentation – RICOTTO: Rice and Climate in the Ottoman Balkans
10:55 Coffeebreak
METHODOLOGIES
11:15
– 11:30
Nash, David The use of indices in historical climate reconstruction – a review of global practice
11:35

11:50
Maughan, Nicolas Respective Role of Textual and Natural Archives in Writing a Climate History of Mediterranean France: Current Knowledge and Future Directions (1200 – 1950 AD)
11:55

12:10
Kuanhui Elaine Lin Experiments on the reconstruction methods and calibration ft he climate series derived from REACHES historical database of China in 1644-1911
12:15
– 12:30
Sam White / Chantal Camenisch / Qing Pei Bayesian approach and its application on existing data
12:35
– 12:50
Martin Bauch / Annabell Engel Digital humanities methods in climate history: Text corpus analysis and Hand-written Text Recognition
13:00 Lunch break
14:00

14:30
Breakout groups Weathered History: Potential of the Virtual Exhibition Early instrumental records and possibility of calibration to Chinese historical sources International comparisons of methods and indices
14:30 – 14:45 Results of Breakout groups
14:45
– 15:00
Adam Izdebksi / CRIAS Steering committee Final remarks