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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  • Gioli, G., Khan, T., Bisht., S., & Scheffran, J. (2014). Migration as an adaptation strategy and its gendered implications: a case study from the Upper Indus Basin. Mountain Research and Development, 34(3), 255-265. doi:10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-13-00089.1.
  • Kaveckis, G., Bechtel, B., Oßenbrügge, J., & Pohl, T. (2014). Land use modelling – a way of mapping future hazard-sensitive population. In 5th International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC Davos, Switzerland, 2014: Extended Abstracts (pp. 373-376).
  • Kaveckis, G., & Bechtel, B. (2014). Land Use Based Urban Vulnerability to Climate Change Assessment. In International Conference on Environmental Engineering (ICEE) Selected papers (pp. 693-702).
  • Bechtel, B., Zakšek, K., Oßenbrügge, J., Kaveckis, G., & Böhner, J. (2014). Towards a satellite based monitoring of urban air temperatures. In Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Countermeasures to Urban Heat Island, October 13-15, 2014 Venezia (pp. 936-947).
  • Vater, S., & Behrens, J. (2014). Well-balanced inundation modeling for shallow-water flows with discontinuous Galerkin schemes. In J. Fuhrmann, M. Ohlberger, & C. Rohde (Eds.), Finite Volumes for Complex Applications VII - Elliptic, Parabolic, and Hyperbolic Problems, Vol. 78 of the series Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics (pp. 965-973). Berlin: Springer.
  • Shu, K. (2014). Sustainable bioenergy use and climate change in China: a spatial agent model for the case of Jiangsu Province. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
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  • Antsibor, I. (2014). Content, Distribution, and Translocation of Trace Elements in Permafrost-Affected Environments of the Siberian Arctic. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
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  • Beisiegel, N. (2014). High-order Adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Inundation Modeling. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
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  • Dorendorf, J. (2014). Urbanization and the Terrestrial Carbon Cycle: Pools, Processes and Implications for Ecosystem Services in the City of Hamburg. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
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  • Klehmet, K. (2014). A model-based reconstruction of recent Siberian climate - focusing on snow cover. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
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  • Menzel, P. (2014). Reconstruction of the Holocene Indian monsoon climate variability based on biogeochemical analyses of lake sediments. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
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  • Schmidt, K. (2014). Plants in urban environments in relation to global change drivers at different scales. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
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  • Schmidt, A. (2014). Public Communication about Climate Change and Climate Governance in Comparative Perspective. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
  • Beitsch, A. (2014). Uncertainties of a near 90 GHz sea ice concentration retrieval algorithm. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
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  • Liu, J. (2014). Effects of urbanisation on precipitation in Beijing. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Bockermann, C. (2014). Potential temperature-induced changes in soil organic matter in a Mediterranean wetland, Southern Spain. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Obaidullah, A. K. (2014). Vulnerability, Risk and Climate Adaptation in the Coastal Area of Bangladesh. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Rolph, R. (2014). The biogeophysical effects of phytoplancton on Arctic sea ice using an Earth System model. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Schroeder, A. (2014). The impact of oceanic heat transport on the general circulation: a thermodynamic perspective. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Shaker, S. (2014). Historical trends in water quality in the Grand River, Ontario: Reconstruction of Phosphorus budgets. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.