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    • High Resolution Model Intercomparison Project (HighResMIP v1.0) for CMIP6 

      Haarsma, Reindert J.; Roberts, Malcolm J.; Vidale, Pier L.; Senior, Catherine A.; Bellucci, Alessio; Bao, Qing; Chang, Ping; Corti, Susanna; Fuckar, Neven S.; Guemas, Virginie; Hardenberg, Jost von; Hazeleger, Wilco; Kodama, Chihiro; Koenigk, Torben; Leung, L. Ruby; Lu, Jian; Luo, Jing-Jia; Mao, Jiafu; Mizielinski, Matthew S.; Mizuta, Ryo; Nobre, Paulo; Satoh, Masaki; Scoccimarro, Enrico; Semmler, Tido; Small, Justin; von Storch, Jing-Song (European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2016-11-22)
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      Robust projections and predictions of climate variability and change, particularly at regional scales, rely on the driving processes being represented with fidelity in model simulations. The role of enhanced horizontal ...
    • Record low northern hemisphere sea ice extent in March 2015 

      Fuckar, Neven S.; Massonnet, François; Guemas, Virginie; Garcia-Serrano, Javier; Omar, Bellprat; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco; Acosta, Mario (American Meteorological Society, 2016-12-01)
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      The record low Northern Hemisphere (NH) winter sea ice maximum stemmed from a strong interannual surface anomaly in the Pacific sector, but it would not have been reached without long-term climate change.
    • The Role of Arctic Sea Ice and Sea Surface Temperatures on the Cold 2015 February Over North America 

      Bellprat, Omar; Massonnet, François; Garcia-Serrano, Javier; Fuckar, Neven S.; Guemas, Virginie; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco (American Meteorological Society, 2016-12-01)
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      The cold spell of February 2015 in North America was predominantly internally generated; reduced Arctic sea ice and anomalous sea surface temperatures may have contributed in establishing and sustaining the anomalous flow.