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2016
Belda, M, Holtanová, E, et al.
Global warming-induced changes in climate zones based on CMIP5 projections
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2016
Zelinka, Mark D., Zhou, Chen, et al.
Insights from a refined decomposition of cloud feedbacks
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2015
Rotstayn, Leon D., Collier, Mark A., et al.
Why Does Aerosol Forcing Control Historical Global-Mean Surface Temperature Change in CMIP5 Models?
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2015
Raybaud V., Beaugrand G., et al.
Climate-induced range shifts of the American jackknife clam Ensis directus in Europe
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2015
Chung E., Soden B. J.
An Assessment of Direct Radiative Forcing, Radiative Adjustments, and Radiative Feedbacks in Coupled Ocean%u2013Atmosphere Models
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2015
Chung E., Soden B. J.
An assessment of methods for computing radiative forcing in climate models
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2015
Schwalm C. R., Williams C. A., et al.
Reduction in carbon uptake during turn of the century drought in western North America
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2015
Tian B.
Spread of model climate sensitivity linked to double-intertropical convergence zone bias
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2015
Rose H., Wang T., et al.
GLOWORM-FL: A simulation model of the effects of climate and climate change on the free-living stages of gastro-intestinal nematode parasites of ruminants
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2015
Frölicher T. L., Paynter D. J.
Extending the relationship between global warming and cumulative carbon emissions to multi-millennial timescales
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2015
Agosta C., Fettweis X., et al.
Evaluation of the CMIP5 models in the aim of regional modelling of the Antarctic surface mass balance
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2015
Ylhäisi J. S., Räisänen J., et al.
How does model development affect climate projections?
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2015
Kamae Y., Ogura T., et al.
Robust cloud feedback over tropical land in a warming climate
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2015
Kamae Y., Ogura T., et al.
Robust cloud feedback over tropical land in a warming climate
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2015
Heuz C., Heywood K. J., et al.
Changes in global ocean bottom properties and volume transports in CMIP5 models under climate change scenarios
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2015
Chavaillaz Y., Joussaume S., et al.
Investigating the pace of temperature change and its implications over the twenty-first century
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2015
Dowdy A. J., Grose M. R., et al.
Rainfall in Australia%u2019s eastern seaboard: a review of confidence in projections based on observations and physical processes
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2015
Ji Z., Wang G., et al.
Potential climate effect of mineral aerosols over West Africa: Part II%u2014contribution of dust and land cover to future climate change
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2015
Ji Z., Wang G., et al.
Potential climate effect of mineral aerosols over West Africa: Part II%u2014contribution of dust and land cover to future climate change
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2015
Fueglistaler S., Radley C., et al.
The distribution of precipitation and the spread in tropical upper tropospheric temperature trends in CMIP5/AMIP simulations
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2015
Fueglistaler S., Radley C., et al.
The distribution of precipitation and the spread in tropical upper tropospheric temperature trends in CMIP5/AMIP simulations
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2015
Hopcroft P. O., Valdes P. J.
How well do simulated last glacial maximum tropical temperatures constrain equilibrium climate sensitivity?
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2015
Willison J., Robinson W. A., et al.
North Atlantic Storm-Track Sensitivity to Warming Increases with Model Resolution
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2015
Qu X., Hall A., et al.
The strength of the tropical inversion and its response to climate change in 18 CMIP5 models
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2015
Sui Y., Lang X., et al.
Temperature and precipitation signals over China with a 2°C global warming
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2015
Durack P. J.
Ocean salinity and the global water cycle
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2015
Chavaillaz Y., Joussaume S., et al.
Spatial stabilization and intensification of moistening and drying rate patterns under future climate change
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2014
Poulter B., Frank D., et al.
Contribution of semi-arid ecosystems to interannual variability of the global carbon cycle
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2014
Durack P. J., Gleckler P. J., et al.
Quantifying underestimates of long-term upper-ocean warming
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2014
Kostov Y., Armour K. C., et al.
Impact of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation on ocean heat storage and transient climate change
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2014
Ganguli P., Kumar D., et al.
Water Stress on US Power Production at Decadal Time Horizons
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2014
Medeiros B., Stevens B., et al.
Using aquaplanets to understand the robust responses of comprehensive climate models to forcing
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2014
Cabre A., Marinov I., et al.
Consistent global responses of marine ecosystems to future climate change across the IPCC AR5 earth system models
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2014
Bintanja R., Selten F.
Future increases in Arctic precipitation linked to local evaporation and sea ice retreat
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2014
Grise K. M., Polvani L. M.
Southern Hemisphere cloud-dynamics biases in CMIP5 models and their implications for climate projections
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2014
Maloney E. D., Camargo S. J., et al.
North American climate in CMIP5 experiments: Part III: Assessment of 21st century projections.
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2014
Hourdin F., Grandpeix J., et al.
LMDZ5B: the atmospheric component of the IPSL climate model with revisited parameterizations for clouds and convection
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2014
Van den Hurk B. J., Van Oldenborgh G. J., et al.
Drivers of mean climate change around the Netherlands derived from CMIP5
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2014
Chung E., Soden B. J., et al.
Upper-tropospheric moistening in response to anthropogenic warming
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2014
Mortin J., Graversen R. G., et al.
Evaluation of pan-Arctic melt-freeze onset in CMIP5 climate models and reanalyses using surface observations
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2014
Ramesh K. V.
Assessing reliability of regional climate projections: the case of Indian monsoon
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2014
Cheruy f., Dufresne J., et al.
Role of clouds and land-atmosphere coupling in midlatitude continental summer warm biases and climate change amplification in CMIP5 simulations
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2014
Lutz A. F., Immerzeel W. W., et al.
Consistent increase in High Asia%u2019s runoff due to increasing glacier melt and precipitation
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2014
Huneeus N., Boucher O., et al.
Forcings and feedbacks in the GeoMIP ensemble for a reduction in solar irradiance and increase in CO2
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2014
Hoffman F. M., Randerson J. T., et al.
Causes and Implications of Persistent Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Biases in Earth System Models
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2014
Grise K. M., Polvani L. M.
Is climate sensitivity related to dynamical sensitivity? A Southern Hemisphere perspective
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2014
Adam O., Schneider T., et al.
Role of changes in mean temperatures vs. temperature gradients in the recent widening of the Hadley circulation
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2014
Kamae Y., Watanabe M., et al.
Summertime land-sea thermal contrast and atmospheric circulation over East Asia in a warming climate-Part II: Importance of CO2-induced continental warming
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2014
Douville H., Voldoire A., et al.
The recent global warming hiatus: What is the role of Pacific variability?
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2014
Su H., Jiang J. H., et al.
Weakening and strengthening structures in the Hadley Circulation change under global warming and implications for cloud response and climate sensitivity
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2014
Sherwood S. C., Bony S., et al.
Spread in model climate sensitivity traced to atmospheric convective mixing
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2013
Giorgetta M. A., Jungclaus J., et al.
Climate and carbon cycle changes from 1850 to 2100 in MPI-ESM simulations for the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project phase 5
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2013
Carvalho L. M., Jones C.
MIP5 simulations of low-level tropospheric temperature and moisture over tropical Americas
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2013
Kamae Y., Watanabe M.
Tropospheric adjustment to increasing CO2: its timescale and the role of land-sea contrast
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2013
Bony S., Bellon G., et al.
Robust direct effect of carbon dioxide on tropical circulation and regional precipitation
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2013
Stevens B., Bony S.
What Are Climate Models Missing?
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2013
Dufresne J., Foujols M., et al.
Climate change projections using the IPSL-CM5 Earth System Model: from CMIP3 to CMIP5
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2013
vial j., Dufresne J., et al.
On the interpretation of inter-model spread in CMIP5 climate sensitivity estimates
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2013
Davy R., Esau I.
Surface air temperature variability in global climate models
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2013
KAGEYAMA M., Braconnot P., et al.
Mid-Holocene and Last Glacial Maximum climate simulations with the IPSL model%u2014part I: comparing IPSL_CM5A to IPSL_CM4
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2013
Qu X., Hall A.
On the presistent spread in snow-albedo feedback
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2013
Qu X., Hall A., et al.
On the spread of changes in marine low cloud cover in climate model simulations of the 21st century
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2013
Karlsson J., Svensson G.
Consequences of poor representation of Arctic sea-ice albedo and cloud-radiation interactions in the CMIP5 model ensemble
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2013
Jones A., Haywood J. M., et al.
The impact of abrupt suspension of solar radiation management (termination effect) in experiment G2 of the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project (GeoMIP)
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2013
Kravitz B., Caldeira K., et al.
Climate model response from the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project (GeoMIP)
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2013
Stevens B., Giorgetta M., et al.
Atmospheric component of the MPI-M Earth System Model: ECHAM6
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2013
Lohmann G., Pfeiffer M., et al.
A model-data comparison of the Holocene global sea surface temperature evolution
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2013
Meraner K., Mauritsen T., et al.
Robust increase in equilibrium climate sensitivity under global warming
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2013
Mauritsen T., Graversen R., et al.
Climate feedback efficiency and synergy
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2013
Wan H., Zhang X., et al.
Effect of data coverage on the estimation of mean and variability of precipitation at global and regional scales
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2012
Williams C. J., Allan R. R., et al.
Diagnosing atmosphere%u2013land feedbacks in CMIP5 climate models
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2012
Schmidt H., Alterskjær, K., et al.
Solar irradiance reduction to counteract radiative forcing from a quadrupling of CO2: climate responses simulated by four earth system models
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2012
Kamae Y., Watanabe M.
On the robustness of tropospheric adjustment in CMIP5 models
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2012
Greene A. M., Hellmuth M., et al.
Stochastic decadal climate simulations for the Berg and Breede Water Management Areas, Western Cape province, South Africa
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2012
Po-Chedley S., Fu Q.
Discrepancies in tropical upper tropospheric warming between atmospheric circulation models and satellites
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2012
Yin L., Fu R., et al.
How well can CMIP5 simulate precipitation and its controlling processes over tropical South America?
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2012
Telford R. J., Li C., et al.
Mismatch between the depth habitat of planktonic foraminifera and the calibration depth of SST transfer functions may bias reconstructions
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2012
Kuhlbrodt T., Gregory J. M.
Ocean heat uptake and its consequences for the magnitude of sea level rise and climate change
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2012
Iversen T., Bentsen M., et al.
The Norwegian Earth System Model, NorESM1-M. Part 2: Climate Response and Scenario Projections
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2012
Sen Gupta A., Jourdain N. C., et al.
Climate Drift in the CMIP5 models
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2012
Swart N. C., Fyfe J. C.
Observed and simulated changes in the Southern Hemisphere surface westerly wind-stress
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2012
Armour K. C., Bitz C. M., et al.
Time-varying climate sensitivity from regional feedbacks
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2012
Tomassini L., Geoffroy O., et al.
The respective roles of surface temperature driven feedbacks and tropospheric adjustment to CO2 in CMIP5 transient climate simulations
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2012
Kim O., Wang B.
How do weather characteristics change in a warming climate?
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2012
Funk C. C., Hoell A., et al.
Water vapor and the post-1999 Pacific climate shift
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2012
Zelinka M. D., Klein S. A., et al.
Contributions of Different Cloud Types to Feedbacks and Rapid Adjustments in CMIP5
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2012
Peings Y., Cattiaux J., et al.
Evaluation and response of winter cold spells over Western Europe in CMIP5 models
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2012
Notz D.
Sea-ice extent provides a limited metric of model performance
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2012
Notz D., Haumann F. A., et al.
Arctic sea-ice evolution as modeled by MPI-ESM
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2012
Su H., Jiang J. H., et al.
Diagnosis of Regime-dependent Cloud Simulation Errors in CMIP5 Models Using %u201CA-Train%u201D Satellite Observations and Reanalysis Data
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2012
Keenlyside N. S., Latif M., et al.
Uncertainty in Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation Projections for the 21st Century and the North Atlantic/Ar
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2012
Jones G. S., Stott P. A., et al.
Attribution of observed historical near surface temperature variations to anthropogenic and natural causes using CMIP5 simulations
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2012
Jiang J. H.
Evaluation of Cloud and Water Vapor Simulations in CMIP5 Climate Models Using NASA A-Train Satellite Observations
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2012
Geoffroy O., Saint-Martin D., et al.
Quantifying the sources of spread in climate change experiments
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2012
Geoffroy O., Saint-Martin D., et al.
Transient climate response in a two-layer energy-balance model. Part II: representation of the efficacy of deep-ocean heat uptake and validation for CMIP5 AOGCMs.
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2012
Geoffroy O., Saint-Martin D., et al.
Transient climate response in a two-layer energy-balance model. Part I: analytical solution and parameter calibration using CMIP5 AOGCM experiments.
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2012
Myhrvold N., Caldeira K.
Time scale of thermal response of an abrupt change in atmospheric CO2 content in CMIP5 simulations
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2012
Mauritsen T., Stevens B., et al.
Tuning the climate of a global model
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2012
Andrews T., Gregory J. M., et al.
Forcing, feedbacks and climate sensitivity in CMIP5 coupled atmosphere-ocean climate models
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2012
Qu X., Huang G.
Projected changes of the South Asian High in CMIP5 models
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