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2015
Jiang D., Tian Z., et al.
Reliability of climate models for China through the IPCC Third to Fifth Assessment Reports
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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
Lin J., Qian T., et al.
Is the tropical atmosphere in convective quasi-equilibrium?
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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
Belda M., Holtanová E., et al.
Evaluation of CMIP5 present climate simulations using the Köppen-Trewartha climate classification
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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
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
Roberts C. D., Palmer M. D., et al.
Quantifying the likelihood of a continued hiatus in global warming
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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
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
Melet A. V., Meyssignac B.
Explaining the Spread in Global Mean Thermosteric Sea Level Rise in CMIP5 Climate Models
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2015
Jiang L., Yan Y., et al.
Scale-Dependent Performance of CMIP5 Earth System Models in Simulating Terrestrial Vegetation Carbon
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2015
Phillips T. J., Bonfils C. J.
Koppen bioclimatic evaluation of CMIP historical climate simulations
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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
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
Chan D., Wu Q.
Attributing Observed SST Trends and Sub-Continental Land Warming to Anthropogenic Forcing during 1979-2005
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2015
Durack P. J.
Ocean salinity and the global water cycle
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2015
Durack P. J., Wijffels S. E., et al.
Long-term sea-level change revisited: the role of salinity
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2015
Nasrollahi N., AghaKouchak A., et al.
How Well Do CMIP5 Climate Simulations Replicate Historical Trends and Patterns of Meteorological Droughts?
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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
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
Steinman B. A., Mann M. E., et al.
Atlantic and Pacific multidecadal oscillations and Northern Hemisphere temperatures
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2015
van Oldenborgh G., Haarsma R. J., et al.
Cold extremes in North America vs. mild weather in Europe: the winter 2013/2014 in the context of a warming world
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2015
Yi S., Yongqiang Y.
Impacts of External Forcing on the Decadal Climate Variability in CMIP5 Simulations
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2015
Bolin D., Guttorp P., et al.
Statistical prediction of global sea level from global temperature
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2015
Plotka H.
Physics of changes in synoptic midlatitude temperature variability
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2015
Haughton N., Abramowitz G., et al.
Weighting climate model ensembles for mean and variance estimates
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2015
Abramowitz G., Bishop C. H.
Climate Model Dependence and the Ensemble Dependence Transformation of CMIP Projections
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2015
C B J., Surendran S., et al.
Robust signals of future projections of Indian summer monsoon rainfall by IPCC AR5 climate models: Role of seasonal cycle and interannual variability
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2015
Drijfhout S., Bathiany S., et al.
Catalogue of abrupt shifts in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change climate models
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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
Melet A. V., Meyssignac B.
Explaining the Spread in Global Mean Thermosteric Sea Level Rise in CMIP5 Climate Models
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2015
Drijfhout S., Bathiany S., et al.
Catalogue of abrupt shifts in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change climate models
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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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2014
Hao Z., AghaKouchak A., et al.
Changes in Concurrent Monthly Precipitation and Temperature Extremes
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2014
Ma Q., Wang K., et al.
Evaluations of Atmospheric Downward Longwave Radiation from 44 Coupled General Circulation Models of CMIP5
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2014
Wang K.
Measurement Biases Explain Discrepancies between the Observed and Simulated Decadal Variability of Surface Incident Solar Radiation
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2014
Taschetto A. S., Sen Gupta A., et al.
Cold tongue and warm pool ENSO events in CMIP5: mean state and future projections
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2014
Wjcik R.
Reliability of the CMIP5 GCM simulations in reproducing atmospheric circulation over Europe and the North Atlantic: a statistical downscaling perspective
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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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2014
Zou Y., Yu J., et al.
CMIP5 model simulations of the impacts of the two types of El Niño on the U.S. winter temperature
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2014
King A. D., Donat M. G., et al.
The ENSO-Australian rainfall teleconnection in reanalysis and CMIP5
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2014
Haughton N., Abramowitz G., et al.
On the generation of climate model ensembles
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2014
Cai W., Purich A., et al.
Did Climate Change%u2013Induced Rainfall Trends Contribute to the Australian Millennium Drought?
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2014
Xu K., Su J., et al.
The natural oscillation of two types of ENSO events based on analyses of CMIP5 model control runs
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2014
Ramesh K. V.
Assessing reliability of regional climate projections: the case of Indian monsoon
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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
Feng X., Tsimplis M. N., et al.
Changes in significant and maximum wave heights in the Norwegian Sea
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2014
Mitchell D. M., Misios S., et al.
Solar Signals in CMIP-5 Simulations: The Stratospheric Pathway
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2014
Laeppe T.
Global and regional variability in marine surface temperatures
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2014
Meehl G. A., co-authors a.
Decadal Climate Prediction: An Update from the Trenches
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2014
England M. H., co-authors a.
Recent intensification of wind-driven circulation in the Pacific and the ongoing warming hiatus
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2014
Wuebbles D., co-authors a.
CMIP5 climate model analyses: Climate extremes in the United States
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2014
Meehl G. A., Teng H.
CMIP5 multi-model initialized decadal hindcasts for the mid-1970s shift and early-2000s hiatus and predictions for 2016-2035
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2014
Elguindi N., Grundstein A., et al.
Assessment of CMIP5 global model simulations and climate change projections for the 21 st century using a modified Thornthwaite climate classification
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2014
Marcos M., Amores A.
Quantifying anthropogenic and natural contributions to thermosteric sea level rise
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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
Sandeep S., Ajayamohan R.
Poleward shift in Indian summer monsoon low level jetstream under global warming
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2014
Palmer M. D., McNeall D. J.
Internal variability of Earth's energy budget simulated by CMIP5 climate models
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2014
Sandeep S., Ajayamohan R.
Origin of cold bias over the Arabian Sea in Climate Models
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2014
Dwyer J. G., Biasutti M., et al.
The Effect of greenhouse gas-induced changes in SST on the annual cycle of zonal mean tropical precipitation
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2014
Guttorp P., Bolin D., et al.
Assessing the uncertainty in projecting local mean sea level from global temperature
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2014
Noda A. T., Satoh M.
Intermodel variances of subtropical stratocumulus environments simulated in CMIP5 models
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2014
Young P. J., Davis S. M., et al.
Modeling the climate impact of Southern Hemisphere ozone depletion: The importance of the ozone dataset
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2014
Terzago S., von Hardenberg J., et al.
Snowpack Changes in the Hindu Kush%u2013Karakoram%u2013Himalaya from CMIP5 Global Climate Models
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2014
Wan H., Zhang X., et al.
Attributing northern high-latitude precipitation change over the period 1966%u20132005 to human influence
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2014
Sun Y., Zhang X., et al.
Rapid increase in the risk of extreme summer heat in Eastern China
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2014
Wang C., Zhang L., et al.
A global perspective on CMIP5 climate model biases
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2014
Lebsock M. D., Su H.
Application of Active Spaceborne Remote Sensing for Understanding Biases Between Passive Cloud Water Path Retrievals
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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
Saha A., Ghosh S., et al.
Failure of CMIP5 climate models in simulating post-1950 decreasing trend of Indian monsoon
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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
Wu Q., Zhang J., et al.
Interannual Variability and Long-Term Changes of Atmospheric Circulation over the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas
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2014
Ohba M., Tsutsui J., et al.
Statistical parameterization expressing ENSO variability and reversibility in response to CO2 concentration changes
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2013
Smith I. N., Syktus J., et al.
The relative performance of Australian CMIP5 models based on rainfall and ENSO metrics
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2013
Dunstone N. J., Smith D. M., et al.
Anthropogenic aerosol forcing of Atlantic tropical storms
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2013
Weller E., Cai W.
Asymmetry in the IOD and ENSO Teleconnection in a CMIP5 Model Ensemble and Its Relevance to Regional Rainfall
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2013
Cowan T., Cai W., et al.
Forcing of anthropogenic aerosols on temperature trends of the sub-thermocline southern Indian Ocean
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2013
Chen L., Pryor S. C.
Assessing the performance of IPCC AR5 Climate Models in simulating and projecting wind speeds over China
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2013
Mitchell D. M., Thorne P. W., et al.
Revisiting the controversial issue of tropical tropospheric temperature trends
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2013
Barnes E. A., Polvani L. M., et al.
Model projections of atmospheric steering of Sandy-like superstorms
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2013
Purich A., Cowan T., et al.
Autumn Precipitation Trends over Southern Hemisphere Midlatitudes as Simulated by CMIP5 Models
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2013
Huntingford C., Jones P. D., et al.
No increase in global temperature variability despite changing regional patterns
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2013
Wilcox L. J., Highwood E. J., et al.
The influence of anthropogenic aerosol on multi-decadal variations of historical global climate
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2013
Marvel K., Bonfils C.
Identifying external influences on global precipitation
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2013
Orlowsky B., Seneviratne S. I.
Elusive drought: uncertainty in observed trends and short- and long-term CMIP5 projections
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2013
Friedman A. R., Hwang Y., et al.
Interhemispheric temperature asymmetry over the 20th century and in future projections
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2013
Zou Y., Yu J., et al.
CMIP5 Simulations of US Winter Responses to El Niño Diversity
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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
Collins M., AchutaRao K., et al.
CORRESPONDENCE: Observational challenges in evaluating climate models
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2013
Torres R. R., Marengo J. A.
Climate change hotspots over South America: from CMIP3 to CMIP5 multi-model datasets
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2013
Wild M., Folini D., et al.
The global energy balance from a surface perspective
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2013
Perez J., Menendez M., et al.
Evaluating the performance of CMIP3 and CMIP5 global climate models over the north-east Atlantic region
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2013
Eyring V., Arblaster J. M., et al.
Long-term ozone changes and associated climate impacts in CMIP5 simulations
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2013
Hu y., Tao L.
Poleward Expansion of the Hadley Circulation in CMIP5 Simulations
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2013
Smith I. N., Syktus J., et al.
Squeezing information from regional climate change projections - results from a synthesis of CMIP5 results for south-east Queensland, Australia.
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2013
Sabeerali C. T., Dandi R. A., et al.
Simulation of boreal summer intraseasonal oscillations in the latest CMIP5 coupled GCMs
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2013
Zhang X., Wan H., et al.
Attributing intensification of precipitation extremes to human influence
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2013
Lutz A. F., Immerzeel W. W., et al.
Comparison of climate change signals in CMIP3 and CMIP5 multi-model ensembles and implications for Central Asian glaciers
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