university-exeter-college-engineering-mathematics-physical-sciences

University of Exeter College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences

United Kingdom

http://emps.exeter.ac.uk/

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Alessandro Anav Author 2 articles
  1. Evaluating the land and ocean components of the global carbon cycle in the CMIP5 earth system models
  2. Uncertainties in CMIP5 climate projections due to carbon cycle feedbacks
Blanca Ayarzagüena Author 1 article
  1. Future Arctic sea ice loss reduces severity of cold air outbreaks in midlatitudes
Sarah Chadburn Author 1 article
  1. An observation-based constraint on permafrost loss as a function of global warming
Matthew Collins Author 1 article
  1. Increased frequency of extreme La Niña events under greenhouse warming
Peter M. Cox Author 3 articles
  1. An observation-based constraint on permafrost loss as a function of global warming
  2. Evaluating the land and ocean components of the global carbon cycle in the CMIP5 earth system models
  3. Projected land photosynthesis constrained by changes in the seasonal cycle of atmospheric CO2
Pierre Friedlingstein Author 6 articles
  1. An observation-based constraint on permafrost loss as a function of global warming
  2. Delayed detection of climate mitigation benefits due to climate inertia and variability
  3. Evaluating the land and ocean components of the global carbon cycle in the CMIP5 earth system models
  4. Global carbon budget 2014
  5. Projected land photosynthesis constrained by changes in the seasonal cycle of atmospheric CO2
  6. Uncertainties in CMIP5 climate projections due to carbon cycle feedbacks
Federica Pacifico Author 1 article
  1. Sensitivity of biogenic isoprene emissions to past, present, and future environmental conditions and implications for atmospheric chemistry
James A. Screen Author 6 articles
  1. Contribution of sea-ice loss to Arctic amplification is regulated by Pacific Ocean decadal variability
  2. Future Arctic sea ice loss reduces severity of cold air outbreaks in midlatitudes
  3. Projected changes in regional climate extremes arising from Arctic sea ice loss
  4. Recent Arctic amplification and extreme mid-latitude weather
  5. Reduced risk of North American cold extremes due to continued Arctic sea ice loss
  6. The impact of Arctic warming on the midlatitude jet-stream: Can it? Has it? Will it?
David B. Stephenson Author 1 article
  1. On the frequency of heavy rainfall for the Midwest of the United States
Geoffrey K. Vallis Author 1 article
  1. Response of the large-scale structure of the atmosphere to global warming
Renato Vitolo Author 1 article
  1. On the frequency of heavy rainfall for the Midwest of the United States
Alessandro Anav Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Evaluating the land and ocean components of the global carbon cycle in the CMIP5 earth system models
Blanca Ayarzagüena Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Future Arctic sea ice loss reduces severity of cold air outbreaks in midlatitudes
Sarah Chadburn Point of Contact 1 article
  1. An observation-based constraint on permafrost loss as a function of global warming
Pierre Friedlingstein Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Uncertainties in CMIP5 climate projections due to carbon cycle feedbacks
James A. Screen Point of Contact 2 articles
  1. Contribution of sea-ice loss to Arctic amplification is regulated by Pacific Ocean decadal variability
  2. Projected changes in regional climate extremes arising from Arctic sea ice loss
Geoffrey K. Vallis Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Response of the large-scale structure of the atmosphere to global warming
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