Reports on Earth System Science

The Reports on Earth System Science are published by the Max Planck Institute of Meteorology and contain scientific and technical contributions, thesis included. This series is the successor to the former Reports and Examensarbeiten

 

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The Latest Reports

  • Neddermann, N. (2019). Seasonal prediction of European summer climate: a process-based approach. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3175317 [ Fulltext]
  • Kalidindi, S. (2019). Multiple climate states and bifurcations on Earth-like terra-planets. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3167700 [ Fulltext]
  • Suarez-Gutierrez, L. (2019). Internal variability in summertime heat extremes under global warming. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3167683 [ Fulltext]
  • Burgard, C. (2019). Rethinking the relationship between the observed, simulated and real Arctic sea-ice evolution. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3165898 [ Fulltext]
  • Milinski, S. (2019). Internal variability in a changing climate: A large ensemble perspective on tropical Atlantic rainfall. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3165869 [ Fulltext]
  • Haufschild, T. (2019). Stratospheric controls on northern hemisphere storm tracks. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3065565 [ Fulltext]
  • Schulz, B. (2019). On the role of wind shear and cloud droplet sedimentation of entrainment in stratocumulus. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3065430 [ Fulltext]
  • Li, W. (2019). Atmospheric chemistry reactions in a turbulent flow: applications to an urban environment. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3069134 [ Fulltext]
  • Haghshenas, A. (2019). On entrainment in sheared convective boundary layers. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3065449 [ Fulltext]
  • Müller, S. (2019). Convectively generated gravity waves and convective aggregation in numerical models of tropical dynamics. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3025587 [ Fulltext]