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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
Kajtar, Jules B., Santoso, Agus, et al.
CMIP5 Intermodel Relationships in the Baseline Southern Ocean Climate System and With Future Projections
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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
Shrestha, Sabin, Sharma, Suresh
Assessment of climate change impact on high flows in a watershed characterized by flood regulating reservoirs
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2021
Tang, Shuaiqi, Gleckler, Peter, et al.
Evaluating Diurnal and Semi-Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation in CMIP6 Models Using Satellite- and Ground-Based Observations
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2021
Hobbs, William R., Roach, Christopher, et al.
Anthropogenic Temperature and Salinity Changes in the Southern Ocean
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2021
Ribes, Aurélien, Qasmi, Saïd, et al.
Making climate projections conditional on historical observations
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2020
Zhang, C., Xie, S., et al.
The ARM Data-Oriented Metrics and Diagnostics Package for Climate Models: A New Tool for Evaluating Climate Models with Field Data
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2020
Hayashi, Michiya, Jin, Fei-Fei, et al.
Dynamics for El Niño-La Niña asymmetry constrain equatorial-Pacific warming pattern
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2020
Grise, Kevin M., Davis, Sean M.
Hadley cell expansion in CMIP6 models
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2020
Tian, Baijun, Dong, Xinyu
The Double‐ITCZ Bias in CMIP3, CMIP5, and CMIP6 Models Based on Annual Mean Precipitation
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2020
Tsutsui, Junichi
Diagnosing Transient Response to CO 2 Forcing in Coupled Atmosphere‐Ocean Model Experiments Using a Climate Model Emulator
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2019
Po‐Chedley, Stephen, Zelinka, Mark D., et al.
Climatology Explains Intermodel Spread in Tropical Upper Tropospheric Cloud and Relative Humidity Response to Greenhouse Warming
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2019
Irving, Damien. B., Wijffels, Susan., et al.
Anthropogenic Aerosols, Greenhouse Gases, and the Uptake, Transport, and Storage of Excess Heat in the Climate System
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2019
Shrestha, Sabin, Sharma, Suresh, et al.
Impact of global climate change on stream low flows: A case study of the great Miami river watershed, Ohio, USA
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2018
Giannini, Alessandra, Kaplan, Alexey
The role of aerosols and greenhouse gases in Sahel drought and recovery
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2018
Po-Chedley, Stephen, Proistosescu, Cristian, et al.
Climate constraint reflects forced signal
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2018
Ferguson, C. R., Pan, M., et al.
The Effect of Global Warming on Future Water Availability: CMIP5 Synthesis
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2018
Po-Chedley, Stephen, Armour, Kyle C., et al.
Sources of Intermodel Spread in the Lapse Rate and Water Vapor Feedbacks
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2017
Esteban Abellán, Shayne McGregor, et al.
Analysis of the southward wind shift of ENSO in CMIP5 models
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2017
Zazulie, N, Rusticucci, M, et al.
Regional climate of the subtropical central Andes using high-resolution CMIP5 models—part I: past performance (1980–2005)
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2016
DeAngelis, Anthony M., Qu, Xin, et al.
Importance of vegetation processes for model spread in the fast precipitation response to CO2 forcing
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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
Pendergrass, Angeline G., Gerber, Edwin P.
The Rain Is Askew: Two Idealized Models Relating Vertical Velocity and Precipitation Distributions in a Warming World
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2016
Danco, James F., DeAngelis, Anthony M., et al.
Effects of a Warming Climate on Daily Snowfall Events in the Northern Hemisphere
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2016
Terai, C. R., Klein, S. A., et al.
Constraining the low-cloud optical depth feedback at middle and high latitudes using satellite observations
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2016
Salzmann, M.
Global warming without global mean precipitation increase?
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2016
Medhaug, Iselin, Drange, Helge
Global and regional surface cooling in a warming climate: a multi-model analysis
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2016
Wills, Robert C., Byrne, Michael P., et al.
Thermodynamic and dynamic controls on changes in the zonally anomalous hydrological cycle
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2016
King, Andrew D., Black, Mitchell T., et al.
Emergence of heat extremes attributable to anthropogenic influences
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2016
Le, Thanh, Sjolte, Jesper, et al.
The influence of external forcing on subdecadal variability of regional surface temperature in CMIP5 simulations of the last millennium
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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
Pendergrass, Angeline G., Lehner, Flavio, et al.
Does extreme precipitation intensity depend on the emissions scenario?
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2015
Marvel, Kate, Zelinka, Mark, et al.
External Influences on Modeled and Observed Cloud Trends
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2015
Rotstayn, L D, Collier, M A, et al.
Effects of declining aerosols on projections of zonally averaged tropical precipitation
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2015
Melet A. V., Meyssignac B.
Explaining the Spread in Global Mean Thermosteric Sea Level Rise in CMIP5 Climate Models
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2015
Ferraro A. J., Lambert F. H., et al.
Physical Mechanisms of Tropical Climate Feedbacks Investigated using Temperature and Moisture Trends
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2015
Fläschner D., Mauritsen T., et al.
Understanding the inter-model spread in global-mean hydrological sensitivity
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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
Strobach E., Bel G.
Improvement of climate predictions and reduction of their uncertainties using learning algorithms
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2015
Boisier J., Ciais P., et al.
Projected strengthening of Amazonian dry season by constrained climate model simulations
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2015
Fläschner D., Mauritsen T., et al.
Understanding the inter-model spread in global-mean hydrological sensitivity
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2015
Magi B. I.
Global Lightning Paramterization from CMIP5 Climate Model Output
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2015
Tian D., Guo Y., et al.
Future Changes and Uncertainties in Temperature and Precipitation over China based on CMIP5 models
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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
Flamant C., Fiedler S., et al.
An analysis of aeolian dust in climate models
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2015
Flamant C., Fiedler S., et al.
An analysis of aeolian dust in climate models
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2015
Phillips T. J., Bonfils C. J.
Koppen bioclimatic evaluation of CMIP historical climate simulations
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2015
Chan D., Wu Q.
Attributing Observed SST Trends and Sub-Continental Land Warming to Anthropogenic Forcing during 1979-2005
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2015
Wild M., Folini D., et al.
The energy balance over land and oceans: An assessment based on direct observations and CMIP5 climate models
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2015
Wang G., Power S. S., et al.
Unambiguous warming in the western tropical Pacific primarily caused by anthropogenic forcing
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2015
Guo Y., Zhao Z., et al.
Two dominant modes of winter temperature variations over China and their relationships with large-scale circulations in CMIP5 models
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2015
Lin J., Qian T., et al.
Is the tropical atmosphere in convective quasi-equilibrium?
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2015
Swart N. C., Fyfe J. C., et al.
Influence of internal variability on Arctic sea-ice trends
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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
Melia N., Haines K., et al.
Improved Arctic sea ice thickness projections using bias-corrected CMIP5 simulations
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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
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
Gong H., Wang L., et al.
Diverse Influences of ENSO on the East Asian%u2013Western Pacific Winter Climate Tied to Different ENSO Properties in CMIP5 Models
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2015
Boisier J., Rondanelli R., et al.
Anthropogenic and natural contributions to the Southeast Pacific precipitation decline and recent megadrought in central Chile
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2015
Melet A. V., Meyssignac B.
Explaining the Spread in Global Mean Thermosteric Sea Level Rise in CMIP5 Climate Models
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2015
Melet A. V., Meyssignac B.
Explaining the Spread in Global Mean Thermosteric Sea Level Rise in CMIP5 Climate Models
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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
Evan A. T., Flamant C., et al.
Water Vapor%u2013Forced Greenhouse Warming over the Sahara Desert and the Recent Recovery from the Sahelian Drought
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2015
Melia N., Haines K., et al.
Improved Arctic sea ice thickness projections using bias corrected CMIP5 simulations
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2015
DeAngelis A. M., Qu X., et al.
An observational radiative constraint on hydrologic cycle intensification
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2015
Guo F., Liu Q., et al.
Three types of Indian Ocean Dipoles
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2015
Wang W., Zhou W., et al.
Statistical modeling and CMIP5 simulations of hot spell changes in China
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2015
Shuai-Lei Y., Gang H., et al.
INHOMOGENEOUS warming of the Tropical Indian Ocean in the CMIP5 model simulations during 1900-2005 and associated mechanisms
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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
Schnorbus M. A., Cannon A. J.
Statistical emulation of streamflow projections from a distributed hydrological model: Application to CMIP3 and CMIP5 climate projections for British Columbia, Canada
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2015
Smith S. J., Edmonds J. A., et al.
Near-term acceleration in the rate of temperature change
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2015
Cheng L., AghaKouchak A., et al.
Non-stationary Return Levels of CMIP5 Multi-Model Temperature Extremes
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2015
Steinman B. A., Mann M. E., et al.
Atlantic and Pacific multidecadal oscillations and Northern Hemisphere temperatures
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2015
Belda M., Holtanová E., et al.
Evaluation of CMIP5 present climate simulations using the Köppen-Trewartha climate classification
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2015
Niznik M. J., Lintner B. R., et al.
The Role of Tropical-Extratropical Interaction and Synoptic Variability in Maintaining the South Pacific Convergence Zone in CMIP5 Models
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2015
Roberts C. D., Palmer M. D., et al.
Quantifying the likelihood of a continued hiatus in global warming
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2015
Grenier P., de Elía R., et al.
Chances of Short-Term Cooling Estimated from a Selection of CMIP5-Based Climate Scenarios during 2006%u201335 over Canada
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2015
Iles C. E., Hegerl G. C.
Systematic change in global patterns of streamflow following volcanic eruptions
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2015
Zhang R.
Mechanisms for low-frequency variability of summer Arctic sea ice extent
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2015
Srivastava A. K., DelSole T.
Robust Forced Response in South Asian Summer Monsoon in a Future Climate
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2015
Villamayor J., Mohino E.
Robust Sahel drought due to the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation in CMIP5 simulations
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2015
Chang E. K., Zheng C., et al.
Significant Modulation of Variability and Projected Change in California Winter Precipitation by Extratropical Cyclone Acitivity
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2015
Lindvall J., Svensson G.
The diurnal temperature range in the CMIP5 models
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2015
Belda M., Holtanová E., et al.
Evaluation of CMIP5 present climate simulations using the Köppen-Trewartha climate classification
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2015
Fountalis I., Bracco A., et al.
ENSO in CMIP5 simulations: network connectivity from the recent past to the twenty%u2011third century
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2015
Sierra J. P., Arias P. A., et al.
Precipitation over Northern South America and Its Seasonal Variability as Simulated by the CMIP5 Models
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2015
Cannon A. J.
Selecting GCM Scenarios that Span the Range of Changes in a Multimodel Ensemble: Application to CMIP5 Climate Extremes Indices
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2015
Tian B.
Spread of model climate sensitivity linked to double-intertropical convergence zone bias
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2015
Jiang J. H., Su H., et al.
Evaluating the diurnal cycle of upper tropospheric ice clouds in climate models using SMILES observations
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2015
Bezeau P., Sharp M., et al.
Variability in summer anticyclonic circulation over the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and west Greenland in the late 20th/early 21st centuries and its effect on glacier mass balance
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2015
Loik M. E., Griffith A. B., et al.
Impact of intra- vs. inter-annual snow depth variation on water relations and photosynthesis for two Great Basin Desert shrubs
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2015
Liu C., Hofstra N., et al.
Preparing suitable climate scenario data to assess impacts on local food safety
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2015
Takao S., Kumagai N. H., et al.
Projecting the impacts of rising seawater temperatures on the distribution of seaweeds around Japan under multiple climate change scenarios
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2015
Durack P. J.
Ocean salinity and the global water cycle
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2015
Jiang D., Tian Z., et al.
The concept of global monsoon applied to the last glacial maximum: A multi-model analysis
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2015
Menary M. B., Hodson D. L., et al.
Exploring the impact of CMIP5 model biases on the simulation of North Atlantic decadal variability
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2015
Wright D. B., Knutson T. R., et al.
Regional climate model projections of rainfall from U.S. landfalling tropical cyclones
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2015
Wang X. L., Feng Y., et al.
Climate change signal and uncertainty in CMIP5-based projections of global ocean surface wave heights
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2015
Lute A. C., Abatzoglou J. T., et al.
Projected changes in snowfall extremes and interannual variability of snowfall in the western United States
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