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First 2377 results for ” JPM Witte”

  1. How to interpret expert judgment assessments of 21st century sea-level rise

    In a recent paper Bamber and Aspinall (2013) (BA13) investigated the sea-level rise that may resu...

    H de Vries, RSW van de Wal | Status: published | Journal: Climatic Change | Volume: 130 | Year: 2015 | First page: 87 | Last page: 100 | doi: DOI 10.1007/s10584-015-1346-x

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  2. Multi-method attribution analysis of extreme precipitation in Boulder, Colorado

    Understanding and attributing the characteristics of extreme events that lead to societal impacts...

    JM Eden, K Wolter, FEL Otto, GJ van Oldenborgh | Status: published | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Volume: 11 | Year: 2016 | First page: 124009 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/11/12/124009

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  3. Trends in moderate rainfall extremes: A regional monotone regression approach

    Rainfall extremes are thought to have increased over recent years. Typically linear trends have b...

    M Roth, TA Buishand, G Jongbloed | Status: published | Journal: J. Climate | Volume: 28 | Year: 2015 | First page: 8760 | Last page: 8769 | doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00685.1

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  4. Crowdsourcing for climate and atmospheric sciences: current status and future potential

    Crowdsourcing is traditionally defined as obtaining data or information by enlisting the services...

    CL Muller, L Chapman, S Johnston, C Kidd, S Illingworth, G Foody, A Overeem, RR Leigh | Status: published | Journal: Int. J. Climatology | Volume: 35 | Year: 2015 | First page: 3185 | Last page: 3203 | doi: 10.1002/joc.4210

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  5. Sea surface height variability in the North East Atlantic from satellite altimetry

    Data from 21 years of satellite altimeter measurements are used to identify and understand the ma...

    P Sterlini, et al. | Status: published | Journal: Clim. Dyn. | Year: 2015 | doi: DOI 10.1007/s00382-015-2901-x

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