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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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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
English J. M., Gettelman A., et al.
Arctic Radiative Fluxes: Present-Day Biases and Future Projections in CMIP5 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
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
Frölicher T. L., Sarmiento J. L., et al.
Dominance of the Southern Ocean in Anthropogenic Carbon and Heat Uptake 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
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
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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2014
Donohoe, Aaron, Armour, Kyle C., et al.
Shortwave and longwave radiative contributions to global warming under increasing CO 2
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2014
Lima N. E., Lima-Ribeiro M. S., et al.
Phylogeography and ecological niche modelling, coupled with the fossil pollen record, unravel the demographic history of a Neotropical swamp palm through the Quaternary
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2014
Dolinar E. K., Dong X., et al.
Evaluation of CMIP5 Simulated Clouds and TOA Radiation Budgets Using NASA Satellite Observations
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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
Zelinka M. D., Andews T., et al.
Quantifying components of aerosol-cloud-radiation interactions in climate models
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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
Barton N. P., Klein S. A., et al.
On the Contribution of Longwave Radiation to Global Climate Model Biases in Arctic Lower Tropospheric Stability
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2014
Wang F., Yang S., et al.
Radiation budget biases in AMIP5 models over the East Asian monsoon region
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2014
Allan R. P., Liu C., et al.
Changes in global net radiative imbalance 1985-2012
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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
Medeiros B., Stevens B., et al.
Using aquaplanets to understand the robust responses of comprehensive climate models to forcing
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2013
Collevatti R. G., Telles M. P., et al.
Demographic history and the low genetic diversity in Dipteryx alata (Fabaceae) from Brazilian Neotropical savannas
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2013
Williams K. D., Bodas-Salcedo A., et al.
The Transpose-AMIP II experiment and its application to the understanding of Southern Ocean cloud biases in climate models
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2013
Roehrig R., Bouniol D., et al.
The present and future of the West African monsoon: a process-oriented assessment of CMIP5 simulations along the AMMA transect.
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2013
Watterson I. G., Hirst A. C., et al.
A skill-score based evaluation of simulated Australian climate
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2013
Long D. J., Collins M.
Quantifying global climate feedbacks, responses and forcing under abrupt and gradual CO2 forcing
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2013
Lauer A., Hamilton K.
Simulating clouds with global climate models: A comparison of CMIP5 results with CMIP3 and satellite data
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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
Kamae Y., Watanabe M.
Tropospheric adjustment to increasing CO2: its timescale and the role of land-sea contrast
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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
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
Guemas V., Doblas-Reyes F. J., et al.
Retrospective prediction of the global warming slowdown in the past decade
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2013
Wild M., Folini D., et al.
The global energy balance from a surface perspective
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2013
Pendergrass A. G., Hartmann D. L.
The atmospheric energy constraint on global-mean precipitation change
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2013
Ma H., Xie S., et al.
On the correspondence between mean forecast errors and climate errors in CMIP5 models
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2013
Kim J., Grise K. M., et al.
Thermal characteristics of the cold-point tropopause region in CMIP5 models
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2013
Perrette M., Landerer F. W., et al.
A scaling approach to project regional sea level rise and its uncertainties
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2012
Kamae Y., Watanabe M.
On the robustness of tropospheric adjustment in CMIP5 models
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2012
Sperber K. R., Annamalai H., et al.
The Asian Summer Monsoon: An Intercomparison of CMIP5 vs. CMIP3 Simulations of the Late 20th Century
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2012
Wang H., Su W.
Evaluating and Understanding Top-of-Atmosphere Cloud Radiative Effects in IPCC-AR5/CMIP5 Models using Satellite Observations
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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
Shindell D. T., al e.
Radiative forcing in the ACCMIP historical and future climate simulations
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2012
lahellec a., Dufresne J.
A Formal Analysis of the Feedback Concept in Climate Models: exclusive and inclusive feedback analyses
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2012
DUVEL J., BELLENGER H., et al.
An event-by-event assessment of tropical intraseasonal perturbations for general circulation models
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2012
Bentsen M., Bethke I., et al.
The Norwegian Earth System Model, NorESM1-M. Part 1: Description and basic evaluation
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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
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
Shin S., Lee M.
A novel method for selecting climate projections based on cloud variations: Results from CMIP5 multi-models
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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
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
Tsushima Y., Ringer M. A., et al.
Quantitative Evaluation of the Seasonal Variations in Climate Model Cloud Regimes
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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
DU Z., HUANG R., et al.
How Well can CMIP5 CGCMs Simulate the EAP/PJ Teleconnection Pattern and its Corresponding Summer Climate in the East Asian Monsoon Region
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2012
Nam C., Bony S., et al.
The "too few, too bright" tropical low-cloud problem in CMIP5 models
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