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  1. Non-annular, hemispheric signature of the winter North Atlantic Oscillation

    Sensitivity experiments with an atmospheric general circulation model (AGCM) without a proper str...

    Gracia-Serrano, Haarsma | Status: published | Journal: Clim. Dyn. | Volume: 48 | Year: 2017 | First page: 3659 | Last page: 3670 | doi: 10.1007/2Fs00382-016-3292-3

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  2. Remotely sensed vegetation moisture as explanatory variable of Lyme borreliosis incidence

    JM Barrios, WW Verstraeten, P Maes, J Clement, JM Aerts, J Farifteh, K Lagrou, M Van Ranst, P Coppin | Status: published | Journal: International Journal of Applied Earth Observation | Volume: 18 | Year: 2012 | First page: 1 | Last page: 12 | doi: 10.1016/j.jag.2012.01.023

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  3. Thermal Remote Sensing for Global Volcano Monitoring: Experiences From the MIROVA System

    Volcanic activity is always accompanied by the transfer of heat from the Earth’s crust to the atm...

    Diego Coppola Marco Laiolo Corrado Cigolini Francesco Massimetti Dario Delle Donne Maurizio Ripepe Hidran Arias Sara Barsotti Claudia Bucarey Parra Riky Gustavo Centeno Sandrine Cevuard Gustavo Chigna Carla Chun Esline Garaebiti Dulce Gonzales Julie Griswold Javier Juarez Elske de Zeeuw-van Dalfsen Nick Varley and Ricardo William | Journal: Frontiers in Earth Sciences | Volume: 7 | Year: 2020 | doi: 10.3389/feart.2019.00362

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  4. How to measure ecosystem stability? An evaluation of the reliability of stability metrics based on remote sensing time series across the major global ecosystems

    Abstract Increasing frequency of extreme climate events is likely to impose increased stress on e...

    W De Keersemaecker, S Lhermitte, O Honnay, J Farifteh, B Somers, P Coppin | Status: accepted | Journal: Global Change Biology | Year: 2013 | doi: 10.1111/gcb.12495

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  5. Influence of model resolution on bomb cyclones revealed by HighResMIP-PRIMAVERA simulations

    Bomb cyclones are explosively intensifying extratropical cyclones that can cause severe damage to...

    G Jiaxiang, M Shoshiro, MJ Roberts, R Haarsma, D Putrasahan, CD Roberts, E Scoccimarro, L Terray, B Vanniere, PL Vidale | Status: published | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Year: 2020 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab88fa

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