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First 2143 results for ” BJH van de Wiel”

  1. Regime transitions in near-surface temperature inversions: a conceptual model.

    A conceptual model is used in combination with observational analysis to understand regime transi...

    BJH van de Wiel, E Vignon, P Baas, IGS van Hooijdonk, SJA van der Linden, JA van Hooft, FC Bosveld, SR de Roode, AF Moene, CG Genthon | Status: accepted | Journal: J. Atmos. Sci. | Volume: 74 | Year: 2017 | First page: 1057 | Last page: 1073 | doi: 10.1175/JAS-D-16-0180.1

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  2. Contribution of climatic changes in mean and variability to monthly temperature and precipitation extremes

    The frequency of climate extremes will change in response to shifts in both mean climate and clim...

    K van der Wiel, R Bintanja | Journal: Communications Earth and Environment | Volume: 2 | Year: 2021 | First page: 1 | Last page: 11 | doi: 10.1038/s43247-020-00077-4

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  3. The impact of hydrological model structure on the simulation of extreme runoff events

    Hydrological extremes affect societies and ecosystems around the world in many ways, stressing th...

    G van Kempen, K van der Wiel, LA Melsen | Journal: Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences | Volume: 21 | Year: 2021 | First page: 961 | Last page: 976 | doi: 10.5194/nhess-21-961-2021

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  4. Sub-seasonal statistical forecasts of eastern United States hot temperature events.

    Extreme summer temperatures can cause severe societal impacts. Early warnings can aid societal pr...

    S Vijverberg, M Schmeits, K van der Wiel, D Coumou | Status: published | Journal: Mon. Wea. Rev. | Volume: 148 | Year: 2020 | First page: 4799 | Last page: 4822 | doi: 10.1175/MWR-D-19-0409.1

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  5. Subseasonal Statistical Forecasts of Eastern U.S. Hot Temperature Events

    Extreme summer temperatures can cause severe societal impacts. Early warnings can aid societal pr...

    S Vijverberg, M Schmeits, K van der Wiel, D Coumou | Status: published | Journal: Mon. Wea. Rev. | Volume: 148 | Year: 2020 | First page: 4799 | Last page: 4822 | doi: 10.1175/MWR-D-19-0409.1

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