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Dense water formations in the NWMed: from the physical forcings to the biogeochemical consequences
Call for Papers - Submission deadline extended to 01.12.2016
This joint special section of JGR-Atmospheres & JGR-Oceans will compile the results of the June 2012 to September 2013 observation and modelling effort conducted by the MerMeX, HyMeX and MOOSE components of the MISTRALS programme. Call for papers and manuscript submission on JGR-Atmospheres & JGR-Oceans websites.

Recent publications
Davolio, S., Volonté, A., Manzato, A., Pucillo, A., Cicogna, A. and Ferrario, M.E., 2016: Mechanisms producing different precipitation patterns over north-eastern Italy: insights from HyMeX-SOP1 and previous events. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 142, 188-205.
Adler, B., Kalthoff, N., Kohler, M., Handwerker, J., Wieser, A., Corsmeier, U., Kottmeier, C., Lambert, D. and Bock, O., 2016: The variability of water vapour and pre-convective conditions over the mountainous island of Corsica. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 142, 335-346.
Ribaud, J-F., Bousquet, O. and Coquillat, S., 2016: Relationships between total lightning activity, microphysics, and kinematics during the 24 September 2012 HyMeX bow echo system. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 142, 298-309.

HyMeX in brief
HyMeX aims at a better understanding, quantification and modelling of the hydrological cycle in the Mediterranean, with emphasis on the predictability and evolution of extreme weather events, inter-annual to decadal variability of the Mediterranean coupled system, and associated trends in the context of global change. The multidisciplinary research and associated database developed within HyMeX aim to improve the observational and modelling systems, better predict extreme events, simulate the long-term water-cycle, and provide guidelines for adaptation measures.
Upcoming events
MetMed Conference
20-22 February 2017, Zagreb
10th HyMeX International Workshop
4-7 July 2017, Barcelona
HyMeX mid-term review

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