CliSAP successfully finished in 2018. Climate research continues in the Cluster of Excellence "CLICCS".


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: (contact person: Alexandra Nebert, Carola Kauhs, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)
Research coordination:

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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  • Ehrmann, W., Seidel, M., & Schmiedl, G. (2013). Dynamics of Late Quaternary North African humid periods documented in the clay mineral record of central Aegean Sea sediments. Global and Planetary Change, 107, 186-195. doi:10.1016/j.gloplacha.2013.05.010.
  • Koldunov, N., Serra, N., Köhl, A., Stammer, D., Henry, O., Cazenave, A., Prandi, P., Knudsen, P., Andersen, O., Gao, Y., & Johannessen, J. (2015). Multi-model Simulations of Arctic Ocean Sea Surface Height Variability in the Period 1970-2009. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 119, 8936-8954. doi:10.1002/2014JC010170.
  • Wang, W., Zhu, X., Wang, C., & Köhl, A. (2014). Deep Meridional Overturning Circulation in the Indian Ocean and Its Relation to Indian Ocean Dipole. Journal of Climate, 27, 4508-4520. doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-13-00472.1.
  • Nagel, B., Gaye, B., Lahajnar, N., Struck, U., & Emeis, K. (submitted). Effects of current regimes and oxygenation on particulate matter preservation on the Namibian shelf: insights from amino acid biogeochemistry.
  • Sobiech, C. (2012). Agent-based Simulation of Vulnerability Dynamics: A Case Study of the German North Sea Coast. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
  • Scheffran, J., & Vollmer, R. (2012). Migration und Klimawandel: globale Verantwortung der EU statt Angstdebatte. In B. Schoch, C. Hausdewell, I. Kursawe, & M. Johannsen (Eds.), Friedensgutachten 2012 (pp. 209-221). Münster: LIT Verlag.
  • Salize, J. P. (2012). Umweltschutzorganisationen als Akteure in der Friedenspolitik: Selbst- und Fremdwahrnehmung von Greenpeace vor dem Hintergrund des Zusammenrückens von Umweltschutz und Sicherheit. Magister Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
  • Scheffran, J., & Brauch, H. G. (2014). Conflicts and Security Risks of Climate Change in the Mediterranean Region. In S. Goffredo, & Z. Dubinskz (Eds.), The Mediterranean Sea: Its History and Present Challenges (pp. 625-640). Berlin: Springer.
  • Haefele, S., Knoblauch, C., Gummert, M., Konboon, Y., & Koyama, S. (2009). Black carbon in rice-based systems: Characteristics and opportunities. In W. I. Wood, W. Teixeira, J. Lehmann, C. Steiner, A. Prins, & L. Rebellato (Eds.), Amazonian Dark Earths: Wim Sombroek's Vision (pp. 445-463). New York: Springer.
  • Scheffran, J. (2008). Preventing Dangerous Climate Change - Adaptive Decision-making and Cooperative Management in Long-term Climate Policy. In Global Warming and Climate Change - Ten Years after Kyoto and Still Counting (pp. 449-482). Science Publishers.
  • Andersson, A., Fennig, K., Klepp, C., Bakan, S., Graßl, H., & Schulz, J. (2010). The Hamburg Ocean Atmosphere Parameters and Fluxes from Satellite Data – HOAPS-3. Earth System Science Data, 2, 215-234. doi:10.5194/essd-2-215-2010.
  • Blender, R., Zhu, X., Zhang, D., & Fraedrich, K. F. (2011). Yangtze runoff, precipitation, and the East Asian monsoon in a 2800 years climate control simulation. Quaternary International, 244(2), 194-201. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2010.10.017.
  • Humbert, A., & Steinhage, D. (2011). The evolution of the western rift area of the Fimbul Ice Shelf, Antarctica. CRYOSPHERE, 5(4), 931-944. doi:10.5194/tc-5-931-2011.
  • Roose, J., Schäfer, M. S., & Schmidt-Lux, T. (2010). Fans in theoretischer Perspektive. In Fans - Soziologische Perspektiven (pp. 27-45). VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
  • Gazovic, M., Kutzbach, L., Schreiber, P., Wille, C., & Wilmking, M. (2009). Pronounced short-term temporal dynamics of methane fluxes during the snowmelt period at a boreal peatland in NW Russia. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (pp. 9149).
  • Vasquez, J. A., Diehl, P. F., Flint, C., Scheffran, J., Chi, S.-H., & Rider, T. J. (2011). The ConflictSpace of Cataclysm: The International System and the Spread of War 1914-1917. Foreign Policy Analysis, 7(2), 143-168. doi:10.1111/j.1743-8594.2011.00128.x.
  • Bray, D., & von Storch, H. (2010). How do scientists assess the skill of climate models? Climate Science & Policy.
  • Faranda, D., Lucarini, V., Turchetti, G. a., & Vaienti, S. (2011). Numerical Convergence of the Block-Maxima Approach to the Generalized Extreme Value Distribution. Journal of Statistical Physics, 143(5), 1156-1180. doi:10.1007/s10955-011-0234-7.
  • Bungert, U., & Schlünzen, K. H. (2011). Impact of Nesting Methods on Model Performance. In Integrated Systems of Meso-Meteorological and Chemical Transport Models (pp. 201-206). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  • Androsov, A., Behrens, J., & Danilov, S. (2010). Nonlinear interaction tsunami and tidal waves. In EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts (pp. 5144).