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2021
von der Gathen, Peter, Kivi, Rigel, et al.
Climate change favours large seasonal loss of Arctic ozone
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2021
Shiogama, Hideo, Fujimori, Shinichiro, et al.
How many hot days and heavy precipitation days will grandchildren experience that break the records set in their grandparents’ lives?
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2021
Koch, Alexander, Hubau, Wannes, et al.
Earth System Models Are Not Capturing Present‐Day Tropical Forest Carbon Dynamics
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2021
Liddicoat, Spencer K., Wiltshire, Andy J., et al.
Compatible Fossil Fuel CO2 Emissions in the CMIP6 Earth System Models’ Historical and Shared Socioeconomic Pathway Experiments of the Twenty-First Century
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2021
Griffiths, Paul T., Murray, Lee T., et al.
Tropospheric ozone in CMIP6 simulations
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2021
Nicholls, Zebedee, Lewis, Jared, et al.
Regionally aggregated, stitched and de‐drifted CMIP‐climate data, processed with netCDF‐SCM v2.0.0
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2021
Allen, Robert J., Horowitz, Larry W, et al.
Significant climate benefits from near-term climate forcer mitigation in spite of aerosol reductions
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2021
Shiogama, Hideo, Ishizaki, Noriko N., et al.
Selecting CMIP6-Based Future Climate Scenarios for Impact and Adaptation Studies
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2020
McKenna, C. M., Maycock, A. C., et al.
Stringent mitigation substantially reduces risk of unprecedented near-term warming rates
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2020
Burke, Eleanor, Krinner G., et al.
Evaluating permafrost physics in the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 6 (CMIP6) models and their sensitivity to climate change
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2019
Séférian, Roland, Nabat, Pierre, et al.
Evaluation of CNRM Earth System Model, CNRM‐ESM2‐1: Role of Earth System Processes in Present‐Day and Future Climate
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