Publications

Below you will find all publications by CliSAP researchers since the start of CliSAP-1. You can also search according to the following genres:

In order to view publications of particular authors, please refer to their personal profiles in our staff database.

What types of publication are added to the list?

Publications added to the website have to be related to and/or financed by CliSAP.

This includes:

  • Peer reviewed paper
  • Books / book chapters
  • Reports
  • Conference proceedings (only if a poster / abstract was submitted)
  • Working paper
  • Master or doctoral theses (referee jobs do not appear on the personal page)

How to add publications to a list?

Please send an email with the complete reference information, including title, authors, year, journal, and Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to both the Library for Earth System Science and the CliSAP/CEN research coordination.

Library: bis.erdsystemdummy@mpimet.mpgdummy2.de (contact person: Alexandra Nebert, Carola Kauhs, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)
Research coordination: foko.cendummy@uni-hamburgdummy2.de

How to acknowledge CliSAP?

Please, follow that form for any CliSAP publications:

  • Experiment/work was supported through the Cluster of Excellence 'CliSAP' (EXC177), Universität Hamburg, funded through the German Science Foundation (DFG).
  • Please note: KlimaCampus is not used any more.

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  • Suarez-Gutierrez, L., Li, C., Thorne, P., & Marotzke, J. (2017). Internal variability in simulated and observed tropical tropospheric temperature trends. Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 5709-5719. doi:10.1002/2017gl073798.
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  • Neumann, M., Mues, V., Moreno, A., Hasenauer, H., & Seidl, R. (2017). Climate variability drives recent tree mortality in Europe. Global Change Biology, early view, available online. doi:10.1111/gcb.13724.
  • Petzold, J., Ratter, B., & Holdschlag, A. (2017). Competing knowledge systems and adaptability to sea-level rise in The Bahamas. Area, early view, available online. doi:10.1111/area.12355.
  • Goll, D. S., Winkler, A., Raddatz, T., Dong, N., Prentice, I. C., Ciais, P., & Brovkin, V. (2017). Carbon-nitrogen interactions in idealized simulations with JSBACH (version 3.10). Geoscientific Model Development, 10, 2009-2030. doi:10.5194/gmd-10-2009-2017.
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  • Böhner, J., Lucarini, V., & ul Hasson, S. (2017). Prevailing climatic trends and runoff response from Hindukush–Karakoram–Himalaya, upper Indus basin. Earth System Dynamics, 8, 337-355. doi:10.5194/esd-8-337-2017.
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  • Blender, R., & Badin, G. (2017). Construction of Hamiltonian and Nambu forms for the shallow water equations. Fluids, 2: 24. doi:10.3390/fluids2020024.
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  • Bechtel, B., Demuzere, M., Sismanidis, P., Fenner, D., Brousse, O., Beck, C., Van Coillie, F., Conrad, O., Keramitsoglou, I., Middel, A., Mills, G., Niyogi, D., Otto, M., See, L., & Verdonck, M.-L. (2017). Quality of Crowdsourced Data on Urban Morphology—The Human Influence Experiment (HUMINEX). Urban Science, 1: 15. doi:10.3390/urbansci1020015.
  • Brüggemann, M. (2017). Traditional and shifting roles of science journalists and environmental reporters covering climate change. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.013.354.
  • Claussen, M., Dallmeyer, A., & Bader, J. (2017). Theory and modeling of the African humid period and the green Sahara. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.013.532.
  • Schmidt, J., Böhner, J., Brandl, R., & Opgenoorth, L. (2017). Mass elevation and lee effects markedly lift the elevational distribution of ground beetles in the Himalaya-Tibet orogen. PLoS One, 12(3), 1-17. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172939.
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  • Yi, X., Hünicke, B., Tim, N., & Zorita, E. (2018). The relationship between Arabian Sea upwelling and Indian Monsoon revisited in a high resolution ocean simulation. Climate Dynamics, 50(1-2), 201-213. doi:10.1007/s00382-017-3599-8.
  • Schwab, N., Schickhoff, U., Müller, M., Böhner, J., Chaudhary, R. P., Scholten, T., & Oldeland, J. (2017). Implications of tree species – environment relationships for the responsiveness of Himalayan krummholz treelines to climate change. Journal of Mountain Science, 14(3), 453-473. doi:10.1007/s11629-016-4257-z.
  • Barcikowska, M., Feser, F., Zhang, W., & Mei, W. (2017). Changes in intense tropical cyclone activity for the western North Pacific during the last decades derived from a regional climate model simulation. Climate Dynamics, 49, 2931-2949. doi:10.1007/s00382-016-3420-0.
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  • Peng, J., Loew, A., Merlin, O., & Verhoest, N. (2017). A review of spatial downscaling of satellite remotely sensed soil moisture. Reviews of Geophysics, 55, 341-366. doi:10.1002/2016RG000543.
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  • Fischer, M., Domeisen, D., Müller, W. A., & Baehr, J. (2017). Changes in the seasonal cycle of the Atlantic meridional heat transport in a RCP 8.5 climate projection in MPI-ESM. Earth System Dynamics, 8, 129-146. doi:10.5194/esd-8-129-2017.
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  • Flohr, P., Fleitmann, D., Zorita, E., Sadekov, A., Cheng, H., Bosomworth, M., Edwards, L., Matthews, W., & Matthews, R. (2017). Late Holocene droughts in the Fertile Crescent recorded in a speleothemfrom northern Iraq. Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 1528-1536. doi:10.1002/2016GL071786.
  • Franzke, C., O'Kane, T., Monselesan, D., Risbey, J., & Horenko, I. (2017). On memory, dimension, and atmospheric teleconnections. Mathematics of Climate and Weather Forecasting, 3, 1-27. doi:10.1515/mcwf-2017-0001.
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  • Koldunov, N., Stammer, D., Köhl, A., & Serra, N. (2017). Sea Ice Assimilation into a Coupled Ocean-Sea Ice Adjoint Model of the Arctic Ocean. The Cryosphere. doi:10.5194/tc-2017-2.
  • Arneth, A., Sitch, S., Pongratz, J., Stocker, B., Ciais, P., Poulter, B., Bayer, A., Bondeau, A., Calle, L., Chini, L., Gasser, T., Fader, M., Friedlingstein, P., Kato, E., Li, W., Lindeskog, M., Nabel, J. E. M. S., Pugh, T., Robertson, E., Viovy, N., Yue, C., & Zaehle, S. (2017). Historical carbon dioxide emissions caused by land-use changes are possibly larger than assumed. Nature Geoscience, 10, 79-84. doi:10.1038/ngeo2882.
  • Müller, M., Oelmann, Y., Schickhoff, U., Böhner, J., & Scholten, T. (2017). Himalayan treeline soil and foliar C:N:P stoichiometry indicate nutrient shortage with elevation. Geoderma, 291, 21-32. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2016.12.015.