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  • Earth System Model Evaluation Tool (ESMValTool) v2.0 – diagnostics for extreme events, regional and impact evaluation, and analysis of Earth system models in CMIP 

    Weigel, Katja; Bock, Lisa; Gier, Bettina K.; Lauer, Axel; Lauer, Axel; Caron, Louis-Philippe; Hunter, Alasdair; Lledó, Llorenç; Pérez-Zanón, Núria; Vegas-Regidor, Javier (Copernicus Publications, 2021)
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    This paper complements a series of now four publications that document the release of the Earth System Model Evaluation Tool (ESMValTool) v2.0. It describes new diagnostics on the hydrological cycle, extreme events, impact ...
  • Summer temperature response to extreme soil water conditions in the Mediterranean transitional climate regime 

    Materia, Stefano; Ardilouze, Constantin; Prodhomme, Chloé; Donat, Markus; Benassi, Marianna; Doblas-Reyes, Francisco; Peano, Daniele; Caron, Louis-Philippe; Ruggieri, Paolo; Gualdi, Silvio (Springer, 2021)
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    Land surface and atmosphere are interlocked by the hydrological and energy cycles and the effects of soil water-air coupling can modulate near-surface temperatures. In this work, three paired experiments were designed to ...
  • Multi-annual prediction of drought and heat stress to support decision making in the wheat sector 

    Solaraju Murali, Balakrishnan; Gonzalez-Reviriego, Nube; Caron, Louis-Philippe; Ceglar, Andrej; Toreti, Andrea; Zampieri, Matteo; Bretonnière, Pierre-Antoine; Samso Cabre, Margarida; Doblas Reyes, Francisco (Springer Nature, 2021-06-01)
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    Drought and heat stress affect global wheat production and food security. Since these climate hazards are expected to increase in frequency and intensity due to anthropogenic climate change, there is a growing need for ...
  • Can we trust CMIP5/6 future projections of European winter precipitation? 

    Moreno Chamarro, Eduardo; Caron, Louis-Philippe; Ortega Montilla, Pablo; Loosveldt Tomas, Saskia; Roberts, Malcolm J (IOP Publishing, 2021)
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    IPCC models project a likely increase in winter precipitation over northern Europe under a high-emission scenario. These projections, however, typically rely on relatively coarse ~100 km resolution models that can misrepresent ...
  • Impacts of Atlantic multidecadal variability on the tropical Pacific: a multi-model study 

    Ruprich-Robert, Yohan; Moreno Chamarro, Eduardo; Levine, Xavier; Bellucci, Alessio; Cassou, Christophe; Tourigny, Etienne (Nature Research, 2021)
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    Atlantic multidecadal variability (AMV) has been linked to the observed slowdown of global warming over 1998–2012 through its impact on the tropical Pacific. Given the global importance of tropical Pacific variability, ...
  • Internal consistency of the IAGOS ozone and carbon monoxide measurements for the last 25 years 

    Blot, Romain; Nedelec, Philippe; Boulanger, Damien; Wolff, Pawel; Sauvage, Bastien; Petetin, Hervé (Copernicus Publications, 2021)
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    The In-service Aircraft for a Global Observing System (IAGOS) is a European research infrastructure that equips the Airbus A340/330 with a system for monitoring atmospheric composition. The IAGOS instruments have three ...
  • The Multi-Scale Infrastructure for Chemistry and Aerosols (MUSICA) 

    Pfister, Gabriele G.; Eastham, Sebastian D.; Arellano, Avelino F.; Aumont, Bernard; Guevara, Marc (American Meteorological Society, 2020)
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    To explore the various couplings across space and time and between ecosystems in a consistent manner, atmospheric modeling is moving away from the fractured limited-scale modeling strategy of the past toward a unification ...
  • Deep mixed ocean volume in the Labrador Sea in HighResMIP models 

    Koenigk, Torben; Fuentes-Franco, Ramon; Meccia, Virna L.; Ortega Montilla, Pablo; Arsouze, Thomas (Springer, 2021)
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    Simulations from seven global coupled climate models performed at high and standard resolution as part of the high resolution model intercomparison project (HighResMIP) are analyzed to study deep ocean mixing in the Labrador ...
  • Estimating lockdown-induced European NO2 changes using satellite and surface observations and air quality models 

    Barré, Jérôme; Petetin, Hervé; Guevara, Marc; Pérez García-Pando, Carlos; Bowdalo, Dene; Jorba Casellas, Oriol (Copernicus Publications, 2021)
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    This study provides a comprehensive assessment of NO2 changes across the main European urban areas induced by COVID-19 lockdowns using satellite retrievals from the Tropospheric Monitoring Instrument (TROPOMI) onboard the ...
  • Atmospheric feedback explains disparate climate response to regional Arctic sea-ice loss 

    Levine, Xavier; Cvijanovic, Ivana; Ortega Montilla, Pablo; Donat, Markus; Tourigny, Etienne (Nature Research, 2021)
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    Arctic sea-ice loss is a consequence of anthropogenic global warming and can itself be a driver of climate change in the Arctic and at lower latitudes, with sea-ice minima likely favoring extreme events over Europe and ...
  • Global continental and marine detrital εNd: An updated compilation for use in understanding marine Nd cycling 

    Robinson, Suzanne; Ivanovic, Ruza; Flierdt, Tina van de; Blanchet, Cécile L.; Tachikawa, Kazuyo; Martin, Ellen E.; Cook (Falco), Carys P.; Williams, Trevor; Gregoire, Lauren; Plancherel, Yves; Arsouze, Thomas (Elsevier, 2021)
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    Understanding the role of sediment-water interactions in the oceanic cycling of neodymium (Nd) isotopes is essential for its reliable use as a modern and palaeoceanographic tracer of ocean circulation. However, the exact ...
  • El Niño teleconnection to the Euro-Mediterranean late-winter: the role of extratropical Pacific modulation 

    Benassi, Marianna; Conti, Giovanni; Gualdi, Silvio; Ruggieri, Paolo; Materia, Stefano; García Serrano, Javier; Palmeiro, Froila M.; Batté, Lauriane; Ardilouze, Constantin (Springer, 2021)
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    El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) represents the major driver of interannual climate variability at global scale. Observational and model-based studies have fostered a long-standing debate on the shape and intensity of ...

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