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First 75 results for ” RSW vd Wal”

  1. The ocean-atmosphere response to wind-induced thermocline changes in the tropical South Western Indian Ocean

    In the Indian Ocean basin the sea surface temperatures (SSTs) are most sensitive to changes in th...

    I Manola, FM Selten, W de Ruijter, W Hazeleger | Status: published | Journal: Clim. Dyn. | Volume: 45 | Year: 2015 | First page: 989 | Last page: 1007 | doi: 10.1007/s00382-014-2338-7

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  2. Tropospheric mercury vertical profiles between 500 and 10 000 m in central Europe

    The knowledge of the vertical distribution of atmospheric mercury (Hg) plays an important role in...

    A Weigelt, R Ebinghaus, N Pirrone, J Bieser, J Bodewadt, G Esposito, F Slemr, PFJ van Velthoven, A Zahn, H Ziereis | Status: published | Journal: Atm. Chem. Phys. | Year: 2016 | First page: 4135 | Last page: 4146 | doi: 10.5194/acp-16-4135-2016

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  3. Seasonal Climate Extremes: Mechanisms, Predictability & Responses to Global Warming

    Climate extremes are rarely occurring natural phenomena in the climate system. They often pose on...

    ME Shongwe | University: Utrecht University | Year: 2010

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  4. Extreme winds and sea-surges in climate models

    This thesis deals with the problem of how to estimate values of meteorological parameters that co...

    HW van den Brink | University: Universiteit Utrecht | Year: 2005

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  5. Should seasonal forecasts be used for flood preparedness?

    Should seasonal forecasts be used for flood preparedness? Erin Coughlan de Perez, Elisabeth Steph...

    E Coughlan de Perez, E Stephens, K Bischiniotis, M van Aalst, BJJM van den Hurk, S Mason, H Nissan, F Pappenberger | Status: accepted | Journal: Nature Climate Change | Year: 2017

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