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First 177 results for ” PD Cotton”

  1. Prolonged Siberian heat of 2020 almost impossible without human influence

    Over the first half of 2020, Siberia experienced the warmest period from January to June since re...

    Andrew Ciavarella, Daniel Cotterill, Peter Stott, Sarah Kew, Sjoukje Philip, Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, Amalie Skålevåg, Philip Lorenz, Yoann Robin, Friederike Otto, Mathias Hauser, Sonia I. Seneviratne, Flavio Lehner and Olga Zolina | Journal: Climatoc Change | Volume: 166 | Year: 2021 | doi: 10.1007/s10584-021-03052-w

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  2. The attribution question

    Understanding how the overall risks of extreme events are changing in a warming world requires bo...

    FEL Otto, GJ van Oldenborgh, J Eden, PA Stott, DJ Karoly, MR Allen | Status: published | Journal: Nature Climate Change | Volume: 6 | Year: 2016 | First page: 813 | Last page: 816 | doi: 10.1038/nclimate3089

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  3. Attribution of human-induced dynamical and thermodynamical contributions in extreme weather events

    We present a new method that allows a separation of the attribution of human influence in extreme...

    R Vautard, P Yiou, FEL Otto, PA Stott, N Christidis, GJ van Oldenborgh, N Schaller | Status: published | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Volume: 11 | Year: 2016 | First page: 114009 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/11/11/114009

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  4. Challenges to understanding extreme weather changes in lower income countries

    The science of event attribution has emerged to routinely answer the question whether and to what...

    FEL Otto, L Harrington, K Schmitt, S Philip, S Kew, GJ van Oldenborgh, R Singh, J Kimutai, P Wolski | Status: published | Journal: Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. | Year: 2020 | First page: E1851 | Last page: E1860 | doi: https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-19-0317.1

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  5. Attribution of extreme climate events

    Extreme weather or climate-related events occur in a particular place, by definition, infrequentl...

    PA Stott, N Christidis, FEL Otto, Y Sun, JP Vanderlinden, GJ van Oldenborgh, R Vautard, H von Storch, P Walton, P Yiou, F Zwiers | Status: published | Journal: WIRES Climate Change | Volume: 7 | Year: 2015 | First page: 23 | Last page: 41 | doi: 10.1002/wcc.380

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