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

  • Olonscheck, D. (2018). Understanding internal variability of sea ice and surface air temperature. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2639899 [pdf]
  • Borchert, L. (2018). Decadal climate predictions in the North Atlantic region: The role of ocean heat transport. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2639896 [pdf]
  • Abis, B. (2018). Multiple tree-cover states in the earth system. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2627743 [pdf]
  • Cioni, G. (2018). Large-eddy simulations of land-atmosphere interactions and mid-latitude storms: from conceptual models to realistic cases. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2627741 [pdf]
  • Paulsen, H. (2018). The effects of marine nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria on ocean biogeochemistry and climate – an Earth system model perspective. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2598976 [pdf]
  • Timmreck, C. (2018). Climatic effects of large volcanic eruptions. Habilitation Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2566000 [pdf]
  • Egerer, S. (2018). Linking marine dust records to Saharan landscape evolution during the Holocene: a theoretical study. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2552057 [pdf]
  • Becker, T. (2018). On the interaction of precipitating convection with its environment and the role of convective organization. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2525402 [pdf]