Peer reviewed

2012

  • Misios, S. and Schmidt, H.: Mechanisms involved in the amplification of the 11-yr solar cycle signal in the tropical Pacific Ocean, under review in Journal of Climate

2011

  • Schmidt, H. and Kieser, J. and Misios, S. and Gruzdev, A.M.: The Atmospheric Response to Solar Variability: Simulations with a General Circulation and Chemistry Model for the Entire Atmosphere, in: Climate and Weather of the Sun Earth System, edited by: Lübken, F.-J., Springer

Conference contributions

 

  • S. Misios and H. Schmidt, The atmospheric response to solar cycle variability simulated by MA-ECHAM5 with and without ocean coupling, SCOSTEP Symposium, Berlin, 2010 
  • S. Misios and H. Schmidt, The solar cycle signal in MA-ECHAM5 with and without ocean coupling, SOLARIS meeting, Potsdam, 2010
  • S. Misios, H. Schmidt, K. Tourpali, Solar Cycle and QBO effects on planetary wave amplitude from chemistry-climate model simulations and ERA-40 reanalysis data, SVECSE, Bozeman, Montana,2008
  • S. Kazadzis, A. Bais, D. Balis, A. Kazantzidis, S. Misios, N. Kouremeti, E.Gianakaki, M. Zebila, V. Amiridis, P. Tzoumaka SCOUT aerosol campaign: Temporal and spatial variations of aerosols at Thessaloniki, Greece. Davos, Switzerland, 2007
  • Kazadzis S., Bais S., Balis D., Misios S., Zembila M., Kouremeti N., Amiridis V., Kazantzidis A., Meleti C., Gianakaki E., Tzoumaka V., Topaloglou C., Garane K., Fragkos K. SCOUT aerosol campaign: Temporal and spatial variations of aerosols at Thessaloniki, Greece

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