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  • Suarez, L. (2016). Internal variability in tropical tropospheric temperature trends: Simulations vs. observations. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Ludwig, V. (2016). Comparison of SMOS and SMAP satellite sea ice concentrations derived from 1.4 GHz brightness temperatures. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Gardner, E. (2015). Barriers to Migration as an Adaptation Strategy to Climate Change (and Other Governance Failures): A Case Study of Hamburg. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Bejer, B. (2015). Climatology of Mediterranean cyclones. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Borchert, L. (2015). Integrated Assessment and Adaptive Management of Climate Engineering. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Hudy, A. (2015). Modelling Remobilization of Volcanic Ash from the 1991 Eruption of Mount Hudson Utilizing the Model REMOTE. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Pieper, P. (2015). Investigation of Spatial Sensitivities in view of a Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Stratospheric Sulfur Aerosol Solar Radiation Management. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Abubakar, A. (2015). Sensitivity of Tropical Cyclone Activity to Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies in a Global Climate Model. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Borth, S. (2015). Mediterranean Cyclones in a High-Resolution Model. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Hoeppli, L. (2015). Carbon dioxide production potential in soils of a degraded peatland. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Mojtabavi, S. H. (2015). Uncertainty in estimations of sea level change in northern Europe due to internal climate variability. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Ziarani, M. R. (2015). Assessment of Medicane characteristics in reanalysis and station data. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Cheung, T. T. T. (2015). Energy Transition in Hamburg and Hong Kong. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Sommer, P. (2015). Bioenergy and Irrigation in an integrated Climate Model Analysis. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Burgard, C. (2015). Drivers of past and future Arctic sea-ice evolution in CMIP5 models. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Li, S. (2015). SPARE-ICE Satellite Cloud Ice Retrievals. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Neske, S. (2015). Ocean Velocity and Tracer Wavenumber Spectra inferred from Remote Sensing Data and Numerical Simulations. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Zeller, M. (2015). Predictability of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation at 26.5°N in two differently initialized hindcast ensembles. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Winkler, A. (2015). Temporal and spatial extrapolation of carbon dioxide exchange fluxes of polygonal tundra applying a satellite and reanalysis data-driven model. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.
  • Rahimi, A. (2015). Estimating Ocean Bottom Friction by Assimilating Tidal Information into a Global Barotropic Tidal Model. Master Thesis, Universität Hamburg, School of Integrated Climate System Science (SICSS), Hamburg.