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First 2168 results for ” BJH van de Wiel”

  1. Added value of large ensemble simulations for assessing extreme river discharge in a 2 °C warmer world

    The assessment of return periods of extreme hydrological events often relies on statistical analy...

    K van der Wiel, N Wanders, FM Selten, MFP Bierkens | Status: published | Journal: Geophysical Research Letters | Volume: 46 | Year: 2019 | First page: 2093 | Last page: 2102 | doi: 10.1029/2019GL081967

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  2. Meteorological conditions leading to extreme low variable renewable energy production and extreme high energy shortfall

    To mitigate climate change a renewable energy transition is needed. Existing power systems will n...

    K van der Wiel, LP Stoop, BRH van Zuijlen, R Blackport, MA van den Broeke, FM Selten | Status: published | Journal: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews | Volume: 111 | Year: 2019 | First page: 261 | Last page: 275 | doi: 10.1016/j.rser.2019.04.065

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  3. Rapid attribution of the August 2016 flood-inducing extreme precipitation in south Louisiana to climate change

    A stationary low pressure system and elevated levels of precipitable water provided a nearly cont...

    K van der Wiel, SB Kapnick, GJ van Oldenborgh, K Whan, S Philip, GA Vecchi, RK Singh, J Arrighi, H Cullen | Status: published | Journal: Hydrology and Earth System Sciences | Volume: 21 | Year: 2017 | First page: 897 | Last page: 921 | doi: 10.5194/hess-21-897-2017

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  4. Strong future increases in Arctic precipitation variability linked to poleward moisture transport

    The Arctic region is projected to experience amplified warming as well as strongly increasing pre...

    R Bintanja, K van der Wiel, EC van der Linden, J Reusen, L Bogerd, F Krikken, FM Selten | Status: published | Journal: Science Advances | Volume: 6 | Year: 2020 | First page: eaax6869 | doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aax6869

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  5. Climate change increases the probability of heavy rains in Northern England/Southern Scotland like those of storm Desmond - a real-time event attribution revisited

    On 4–6 December 2015, storm Desmond caused very heavy rainfall in Northern England and Southern S...

    FEL Otto, K van der Wiel, GJ van Oldenborgh, S Philip, S Kew, P Uhe, H Cullen | Status: published | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Volume: 13 | Year: 2018 | First page: 024006 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/aa9663

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