Show Citations Show BibTex

All: Land surface


Year

Author

Title

2017
Quesada Benjamin, Arneth Almut, et al.
Atmospheric, radiative, and hydrologic effects of future land use and land cover changes: A global and multimodel climate picture
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2016
DeAngelis, Anthony M., Qu, Xin, et al.
Importance of vegetation processes for model spread in the fast precipitation response to CO2 forcing
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2016
Belda, M, Holtanová, E, et al.
Global warming-induced changes in climate zones based on CMIP5 projections
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Basharin, Dmitry, Polonsky, Alexander, et al.
Projected precipitation and air temperature over Europe using a performance-based selection method of CMIP5 GCMs
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Wieder, William R., Cleveland, Cory C., et al.
Future productivity and carbon storage limited by terrestrial nutrient availability
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Phillips T. J., Bonfils C. J.
Koppen bioclimatic evaluation of CMIP historical climate simulations
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Lindvall J., Svensson G.
The diurnal temperature range in the CMIP5 models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Wild M., Folini D., et al.
The energy balance over land and oceans: An assessment based on direct observations and CMIP5 climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Belda M., Holtanová E., et al.
Evaluation of CMIP5 present climate simulations using the Köppen-Trewartha climate classification
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Belda M., Holtanová E., et al.
Evaluation of CMIP5 present climate simulations using the Köppen-Trewartha climate classification
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Drijfhout S., Bathiany S., et al.
Catalogue of abrupt shifts in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Drijfhout S., Bathiany S., et al.
Catalogue of abrupt shifts in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Kamae Y., Ogura T., et al.
Robust cloud feedback over tropical land in a warming climate
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Kamae Y., Ogura T., et al.
Robust cloud feedback over tropical land in a warming climate
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Scheff J., Frierson D. M.
Terrestrial aridity and its response to greenhouse warming across CMIP5 climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Asadieh B., Krakauer N. Y.
Global trends in extreme precipitation: climate models versus observations
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2015
Tian D., Guo Y., et al.
Future Changes and Uncertainties in Temperature and Precipitation over China based on CMIP5 models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Todd-Brown, K. E. O., Randerson, J. T., et al.
Changes in soil organic carbon storage predicted by Earth system models during the 21st century
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Kamae Y., Shiogama H., et al.
Attributing the increase in Northern Hemisphere hot summers since the late 20th century
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Maloney E. D., Camargo S. J., et al.
North American climate in CMIP5 experiments: Part III: Assessment of 21st century projections.
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Scheff J., Frierson D. M.
Scaling Potential Evapotranspiration with Greenhouse Warming
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Van den Hurk B. J., Van Oldenborgh G. J., et al.
Drivers of mean climate change around the Netherlands derived from CMIP5
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Hoffman F. M., Randerson J. T., et al.
Causes and Implications of Persistent Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Biases in Earth System Models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Lutz A. F., Immerzeel W. W., et al.
Consistent increase in High Asia%u2019s runoff due to increasing glacier melt and precipitation
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

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
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Schoetter R., Cattiaux J., et al.
Changes of western European heat wave characteristics projected by the CMIP5 ensemble.
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Laine A., Nakamura H., et al.
A diagnostic study of future evaporation changes projected in CMIP5 climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Boysen L. R., Brovkin V., et al.
Global and regional effects of land-use change on climate in 21st century simulations with interactive carbon cycle
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Koirala S., Hirabayashi Y., et al.
Global assessment of agreement among streamflow projections using CMIP5 model outputs
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Krause A., Kloster S., et al.
The sensitivity of global wildfires to simulated past, present, and future lightning frequency
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Belda M., Halenka T., et al.
On the integrated climate assessment using climate classification
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Mortin J., Graversen R. G., et al.
Evaluation of pan-Arctic melt-freeze onset in CMIP5 climate models and reanalyses using surface observations
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Ma Q., Wang K., et al.
Evaluations of Atmospheric Downward Longwave Radiation from 44 Coupled General Circulation Models of CMIP5
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Torres-Alavez A., Cavazos T., et al.
Land-sea thermal contrast and intensity of the North American monsoon under climate change conditions.
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Mueller B., Seneviratne S. I.
Systematic land climate and evapotranspiration biases in CMIP5 simulations
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Dirmeyer P. A., Wang Z., et al.
Intensified land surface control on boundary layer growth in a changing climate
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Exbrayat J., Pitman A., et al.
Response of microbial decomposition to spin-up explains CMIP5 soil carbon range until 2100
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Exbrayat J. -., Pitman A. J., et al.
Response of microbial decomposition to spin-up explains CMIP5 soil carbon range until 2100
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Exbrayat J. F., Pitman A. J., et al.
Disentangling residence time and temperature sensitivity of microbial decomposition in a global soil carbon model
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Yu M., Wang G., et al.
Future changes of the terrestrial ecosystem based on a dynamic vegetation model driven with RCP8.5 climate projections from 19 GCMs
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2014
Kamae Y., Watanabe M., et al.
Summertime land-sea thermal contrast and atmospheric circulation over East Asia in a warming climate. Part I: Past changes and future projections
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Hagemann S., Loew A., et al.
Combined evaluation of MPI-ESM land surface water and energy fluxes
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Ramirez-Villegas J., Challinor A. J., et al.
Implications of regional improvement in global climate models for agricultural impact research
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Davy R., Esau I.
Surface air temperature variability in global climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Wild M., Folini D., et al.
The global energy balance from a surface perspective
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Loranty M. M., Berner L. T., et al.
Vegetation controls on northern high latitude snow%u2010albedo feedback: observations and CMIP5 model predictions
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Lambert F. H., Webb M. J.
An explanation for the difference between twentieth and twenty-first century land%u2013sea warming ratio in climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Halenka T., Belda M., et al.
Climate classi%uFB01cation revisited: From Köppen to Trewartha for models evaluation
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
He T., Liang S., et al.
Greenland surface albedo changes in July 1981%u20132012 from satellite observations
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Friend A. D., Lucht W., et al.
Carbon residence time dominates uncertainty in terrestrial vegetation responses to future climate and atmospheric CO2
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Friedman A. R., Hwang Y., et al.
Interhemispheric temperature asymmetry over the 20th century and in future projections
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Dirmeyer P. A., Jin Y., et al.
Evolving land-atmosphere interactions over North America from CMIP5 simulations
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Dirmeyer P. A., Jin Y., et al.
Trends in land-atmosphere interactions from CMIP5 simulations
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Anav A., Friedlingstein P., et al.
EVALUATING THE LAND AND OCEAN COMPONENTS OF THE GLOBAL CARBON CYCLE IN THE CMIP5 EARTH SYSTEM MODELS
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2013
Pu S., Xubin Z.
oil microbial respiration from observations and Earth System Models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Williams C. J., Allan R. R., et al.
Diagnosing atmosphere%u2013land feedbacks in CMIP5 climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Wang K., Dickinson R.
A review of global terrestrial evapotranspiration: Observation, modeling, climatology, and climatic variability
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Yuan W., Dong W., et al.
Effects of increased CO2 on land water balance from 1850 to 1989
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Brutel-Vuilmet C., Menegoz M., et al.
An analysis of present and future seasonal Northern Hemisphere land snow cover simulated by CMIP5 coupled climate models
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Ji Z., Kang S.
Projection of snow cover changes over China under RCP scenarios
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Yin L., Fu R., et al.
How well can CMIP5 simulate precipitation and its controlling processes over tropical South America?
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Sheffield J., Wood E. F.
Global and regional drought from CMIP5: 20th Century evaluations, future projections and comparison with CMIP3
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Sheffield J., Barrett A., et al.
North American Climate in CMIP5 Experiments. Part I: Evaluation of 20th Century Continental and Regional Climatology
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Sheffield J., Camargo S., et al.
North American Climate in CMIP5 Experiments. Part II: Evaluation of 20th Century Intra-Seasonal to Decadal Variability
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2012
Fyfe J. C., Cole J. N., et al.
Biogeochemical carbon coupling influences global precipitation in geoengineering experiments
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2011
Watanabe S., Sudo K., et al.
Future projections of surface UV%u2010B in a changing climate
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)

2011
Watanabe S., Hajima T., et al.
MIROC-ESM 2010: model description and basic results of CMIP5-20c3m experiments
(Citation) (More Info) (Abstract) (BibTex)