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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A basis set for exploration of sensitivity to prescribed ocean conditions for estimating human contributions to extreme weather in CAM5.1-1degree Stone, Dáithí A.

5-6 C p. 10-19
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2 A bivariate approach to estimating the probability of very extreme precipitation events Ben Alaya, Mohamed Ali

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3 Accounting for the spatial structure of weather systems in detected changes in precipitation extremes Zhang, Likun

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4 A comparison of the correlation between heat stress indices (UTCI, WBGT, WBDT, TSI) and physiological parameters of workers in Iran Zare, Sajad

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5 A comparison of the MATCHES and NCEP1 databases for use in Australian east coast low studies Gray, J.L.

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6 A component-based approximation for trend detection of intense rainfall in the Spanish Mediterranean coast Miró, Juan Javier

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7 A comprehensive risk assessment of Chinese high-speed railways affected by multiple meteorological hazards Sun, Shao

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8 A comprehensive validation for GPM IMERG precipitation products to detect extremes and drought over mainland China Yu, Linfei

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9 A counterfactual perspective on compound weather risk Woo, Gordon

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10 Adapting to climate change and addressing drought – learning from the Red Cross Red Crescent experiences in the Horn of Africa Muller, Joy C.-Y.
2014
5-6 C p. 31-36
6 p.
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11 Adapting to climate change through anticipatory action: The potential use of weather-based early warnings Coughlan de Perez, Erin

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12 A database for characteristics and variations of global compound dry and hot events Feng, Sifang

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13 Added value of convection-permitting simulations for understanding future urban humidity extremes: case studies for Berlin and its surroundings Langendijk, G.S.

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14 A decision tree approach to identify predictors of extreme rainfall events – A case study for the Fiji Islands Sharma, Krishneel K.

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15 A generic risk assessment framework to evaluate historical and future climate-induced risk for rainfed corn and soybean yield in the U.S. Midwest Zhou, Wang

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16 A global perspective on the sub-seasonal clustering of precipitation extremes Tuel, Alexandre

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17 AGRHYMET: A drought monitoring and capacity building center in the West Africa Region Traore, Seydou B.
2014
5-6 C p. 22-30
9 p.
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18 Agricultural and food security impacts from the 2010 Russia flash drought Hunt, Eric

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19 Agricultural extreme drought assessment at global level using the FAO-Agricultural Stress Index System (ASIS) Rojas, Oscar

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20 A high-resolution view of the recent drought trends over the Iberian Peninsula Páscoa, Patrícia

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21 A max-stable process model for rainfall extremes at different accumulation durations Stephenson, Alec G.
2016
5-6 C p. 44-53
10 p.
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22 Analog forecasting of tropical cyclone rainfall in the Philippines Bagtasa, Gerry

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23 Analysis of climate extreme indices over the Komadugu-Yobe basin, Lake Chad region: Past and future occurrences Adeyeri, O.E.

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24 Analysis of climate extremes indices over northeast Brazil from 1961 to 2014 Costa, Rafaela Lisboa

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25 Analysis of diurnal air temperature range change in the continental United States Qu, Michael
2014
5-6 C p. 86-95
10 p.
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26 Analysis of farmers’ adaptation to weather extremes in West African Sudan Savanna Boansi, David
2017
5-6 C p. 1-13
13 p.
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27 An assessment of long-term changes in mortalities due to extreme weather events in India: A study of 50 years’ data, 1970–2019 Ray, Kamaljit

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28 An assessment of the extremes and impacts of the February 2021 South-Central U.S. Arctic outbreak, and how climate services can help Bolinger, Rebecca A.

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29 An assessment of tropical cyclones in North American CORDEX WRF simulations Rendfrey, Tristan S.

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30 A new flood type classification method for use in climate change impact studies Turkington, Thea
2016
5-6 C p. 1-16
16 p.
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31 An extraordinary dry season precipitation event in the subtropical Andes: Drivers, impacts and predictability Valenzuela, Raúl

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32 Annual maximum daily rainfall trends in the Midwest, southeast and southern Brazil in the last 71 years Porto de Carvalho, José Ruy
2014
5-6 C p. 7-15
9 p.
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33 An objective approach to predict the spatial property of anomalous rain-belt of Meiyu Yu, Rong

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34 Anomalous moisture sources of the Rhine basin during the extremely dry summers of 2003 and 2018 Benedict, Imme

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35 A novel ensemble learning for post-processing of NWP Model's next-day maximum air temperature forecast in summer using deep learning and statistical approaches Cho, Dongjin

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36 A robust estimator for the intensity of the Poisson point process of extreme weather events Dalelane, Clementine
2013
5-6 C p. 69-76
8 p.
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37 A simple model for predicting the statistics of spatiotemporal extremes of sub-daily precipitation de Valk, Cees

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38 A spatial model for predicting North Indian Ocean tropical cyclone intensity: Role of sea surface temperature and tropical cyclone heat potential Wahiduzzaman, Md

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39 Assessing climate change and adaptive capacity at local scale using observed and remotely sensed data Mpandeli, S.

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40 Assessing forecasting models on prediction of the tropical cyclone Dineo and the associated rainfall over Botswana Moses, Oliver
2018
5-6 C p. 102-109
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41 Assessing the determinants of women farmers' targeted adaptation measures in response to climate extremes in rural Ghana Owusu, Victor

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42 Assessing the potential for crop albedo enhancement in reducing heatwave frequency, duration, and intensity under future climate change Kala, Jatin

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43 Assessment of changing trends of daily precipitation and temperature extremes in Bamako and Ségou in Mali from 1961- 2014 Touré Halimatou, A.
2017
5-6 C p. 8-16
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44 Assessment of El Niño and La Niña impacts on China: Enhancing the Early Warning System on Food and Agriculture Li, Yanyun

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45 Assessment of mudflow risk in Uzbekistan using CMIP5 models Mamadjanova, Gavkhar

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46 A synthesis of hourly and daily precipitation extremes in different climatic regions Barbero, Renaud

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47 Atmospheric circulation influence on temperature and precipitation individual and compound daily extreme events: Spatial variability and trends over southern South America Olmo, Matías

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48 Atmospheric moisture sources associated with extreme precipitation during the peak precipitation month Vázquez, Marta

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49 Attributing heavy rainfall event in Berchtesgadener Land to recent climate change – Further rainfall intensification projected for the future Poschlod, Benjamin

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50 Attributing seasonal variation of daily extreme precipitation events across The Netherlands Rahimpour Golroudbary, Vahid
2016
5-6 C p. 56-66
11 p.
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51 Attribution analyses of temperature extremes using a set of 16 indices Christidis, Nikolaos
2016
5-6 C p. 24-35
12 p.
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52 Attribution and prediction of extreme events: Editorial on the special issue Seneviratne, Sonia I.
2015
5-6 C p. 2-5
4 p.
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53 Attribution of the human influence on heavy rainfall associated with flooding events during the 2012, 2016, and 2018 March-April-May seasons in Kenya Kimutai, Joyce

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54 A typology of drought decision making: Synthesizing across cases to understand drought preparedness and response actions Cravens, Amanda E.

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55 Australian climate extremes in the 21st century according to a regional climate model ensemble: Implications for health and agriculture Herold, N.

5-6 C p. 54-68
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56 A very unusual precipitation event associated with the 2015 floods in Jakarta: an analysis of the meteorological factors Siswanto,
2017
5-6 C p. 23-28
6 p.
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57 Barriers to reducing climate enhanced disaster risks in Least Developed Country-Small Islands through anticipatory adaptation Kuruppu, Natasha
2015
5-6 C p. 72-83
12 p.
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58 Beyond El Niño: Unsung climate modes drive African floods Ficchì, Andrea

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59 Bite without bark: How the socioeconomic context of the 1950s U.S. drought minimized responses to a multiyear extreme climate event Wiener, John D.
2016
5-6 C p. 80-94
15 p.
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60 Bridging forecast verification and humanitarian decisions: A valuation approach for setting up action-oriented early warnings Lopez, Ana

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61 Can models help to forecast rainwater dynamics for rainfed ecosystem? Ahmed, Mukhtar
2014
5-6 C p. 48-55
8 p.
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62 Can public perceptions of Australian climate extremes be reconciled with the statistics of climate change? Lewis, Sophie C.
2016
5-6 C p. 33-42
10 p.
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63 Cascading effects of the Changbai Mountains on an extreme weather disaster in northern Japan in January 2021 Suzuki, Yuto

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64 Challenges of wildland fire management in Botswana: Towards a community inclusive fire management approach Dube, Opha Pauline
2013
5-6 C p. 26-41
16 p.
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65 Changes in compound drought and hot extreme events in summer over populated eastern China Yu, Rong

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66 Changes in extreme daily rainfall characteristics in South Africa: 1921–2020 McBride, Charlotte M.

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67 Changes in extreme ocean wave heights under 1.5 °C, 2 °C, and 3 °C global warming Patra, Anindita

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68 Changes in hourly extreme precipitation in Victoria, Australia, from the observational record Osburn, Luke

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69 Changes in observed rainfall and temperature extremes in the Upper Blue Nile Basin of Ethiopia Ali Mohammed, Jemal

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70 Changes in precipitation extremes projected by a 20-km mesh global atmospheric model Kitoh, Akio
2016
5-6 C p. 41-52
12 p.
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71 Changes of extreme precipitation in the Philippines, projected from the CMIP6 multi-model ensemble Hong, Juyoung

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72 Characteristics and causes of Taiwan's extreme rainfall in 2022 January and February Huang, Shao-Chin

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73 Characteristics of cloud-to-ground lightning activity over hubei province, China Chai, Jian

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74 Characteristics of concurrent precipitation and wind speed extremes in China Zhang, Yuqing

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75 Characterization of future drought conditions in the Lower Mekong River Basin Thilakarathne, Madusanka
2017
5-6 C p. 47-58
12 p.
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76 Characterization of hydro-meteorological drought in Nepal Himalaya: A case of Karnali River Basin Khatiwada, Kabi Raj

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77 Characterization of long period return values of extreme daily temperature and precipitation in the CMIP6 models: Part 1, model evaluation Wehner, Michael

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78 Characterization of long period return values of extreme daily temperature and precipitation in the CMIP6 models: Part 2, projections of future change Wehner, Michael F.

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79 Characterization of the atmospheric environment during extreme precipitation events associated with atmospheric rivers in Norway - Seasonal and regional aspects Michel, Clio

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80 Characterizing extreme values of precipitation at very high resolution: An experiment over twenty European cities Reder, A.

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81 Characterizing temporal trends of meteorological extremes in Southern and Central Ontario, Canada Shah, Lamees

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82 Characterizing the spatiotemporal distribution of meteorological drought as a response to climate variability: The case of rift valley lakes basin of Ethiopia Tesfamariam, Birhane Gebrehiwot

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83 Climate and atmospheric circulation related to frost-ring formation in Picea mariana trees from the Boreal Plains, interior North America Hadad, Martin

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84 Climate change effects on hydrometeorological compound events over southern Norway Poschlod, Benjamin

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85 Climate change impacts to the coastal flood hazard in the northeastern United States Mayo, Talea L.

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86 Climate extremes and agricultural commodity markets: A global economic analysis of regionally simulated events Chatzopoulos, Thomas

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87 Climate extremes and challenges to infrastructure development in coastal cities in Bangladesh Rahman, Sowmen
2015
5-6 C p. 96-108
13 p.
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88 Climate extremes and their impacts on agriculture across the Eastern Corn Belt Region of the U.S. Wilson, Aaron B.

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89 Climate extremes constrain agency and long-term health: A qualitative case study in a Pacific Small Island Developing State Savage, Amy

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90 Climate projections at a convection-permitting scale of extreme temperature indices for an archipelago with a complex microclimate structure Pérez, Juan C.

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91 Climate risk assessments and management options for redevelopment of the Parliamentary Complex in Samoa, South Pacific Hay, John E.
2019
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92 Climate trends and variability at adaptation scale: Patterns and perceptions in an agricultural region of the Ethiopian Highlands Ademe, Dereje

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93 Climate variability and trends in climate extremes in the priority conservation area El Tokio and adjacent areas in northeastern Mexico Baez-Gonzalez, Alma Delia
2018
5-6 C p. 36-47
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94 Climatic and anthropogenic factors changing spawning pattern and production zone of Hilsa fishery in the Bay of Bengal Shohidullah Miah, M.
2015
5-6 C p. 109-115
7 p.
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95 Climatological characteristics and long-term variation of rainy season and torrential rain over DPR Korea Om, Kum-Chol
2018
5-6 C p. 48-58
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96 Climatology of extreme downslope windstorms in the Russian Arctic Shestakova, Anna A.

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97 Clustering bivariate dependencies of compound precipitation and wind extremes over Great Britain and Ireland Vignotto, Edoardo

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98 Combined role of ENSO and IOD on compound drought and heatwaves in Australia using two CMIP6 large ensembles Reddy, P. Jyoteeshkumar

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99 Combining large model ensembles with extreme value statistics to improve attribution statements of rare events Sippel, Sebastian
2015
5-6 C p. 25-35
11 p.
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100 Comparative climatology of outer tropical cyclone size using radial wind profiles Pérez-Alarcón, Albenis

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101 Comparing regional precipitation and temperature extremes in climate model and reanalysis products Angélil, Oliver
2016
5-6 C p. 35-43
9 p.
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102 Comparing scientists and delegates perspectives on the use of extreme event attribution for loss and damage Jézéquel, Aglaé

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103 Comparing smallholder farmers’ perception of climate change with meteorological data: A case study from southwestern Nigeria Ayanlade, Ayansina
2017
5-6 C p. 24-33
10 p.
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104 Comparing Universal Thermal Climate Index (UTCI) with selected thermal indices/environmental parameters during 12 months of the year Zare, Sajad

5-6 C p. 49-57
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105 Comparison of drought indices for appraisal of drought characteristics in the Ken River Basin Jain, Vinit K.
2015
5-6 C p. 1-11
11 p.
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106 Compound precipitation and wind extremes over Europe and their relationship to extratropical cyclones Owen, Laura E.

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107 Conclusion to the special issue: Observed and projected changes in weather and climate extremes Hay, John E.
2016
5-6 C p. 103-105
3 p.
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108 Constructing a framework for National Drought Policy: The way forward in Mexico Federman, David Korenfeld
2014
5-6 C p. 90-94
5 p.
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109 Constructing a framework for national drought policy: The way forward – The way Australia developed and implemented the national drought policy Stone, Roger C.
2014
5-6 C p. 117-125
9 p.
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110 Contrasting factors on the trends in hot days and warm nights over Northern Hemisphere land during summer Yeh, Sang-Wook

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111 Contribution of landfalling tropical system rainfall to the hydroclimate of the eastern U.S. Corn Belt 1981–2012 Kellner, Olivia
2016
5-6 C p. 54-67
14 p.
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112 Contribution of mean climate to hot temperature extremes for present and future climates Di Luca, Alejandro

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113 Convective environments leading to microburst, macroburst and downburst events across the United States Romanic, Djordje

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114 Copula-based agricultural conditional value-at-risk modelling for geographical diversifications in wheat farming portfolio management Nguyen-Huy, Thong
2018
5-6 C p. 76-89
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115 Corrigendum to “Assessing the potential for crop albedo enhancement in reducing heatwave frequency, duration, and intensity under future climate change” [Weather Clim. Extrem. 35 (2022) 100415] Kala, Jatin

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116 Corrigendum to “Evaluation of course change detection of Ramganga river using remote sensing and GIS, India” [Weather and Climate Extremes 13 (2016) 68–72] Maurya, Satya Prakash
2017
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117 Could crop albedo modification reduce regional warming over Australia? Kala, Jatin

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118 Critical increase in the occurrence of heat stress during reproductive growth in Russian wheat beyond 1.5 C global warming Templ, Barbara

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119 Decline of sea-ice in the Greenland Sea intensifies extreme precipitation over Svalbard Müller, Malte

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120 Design of a severe climate change early warning system Travis, William R.
2013
5-6 C p. 31-38
8 p.
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121 Detecting the effect of urban land use on extreme precipitation in the Netherlands Rahimpour Golroudbary, Vahid
2017
5-6 C p. 36-46
11 p.
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122 Detection and attribution of climate extremes in the observed record Easterling, David R.
2016
5-6 C p. 17-27
11 p.
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123 Detection and attribution of extreme precipitation events over the Asian monsoon region Dong, Tianyun

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124 Detection of variations in precipitation at different time scales of twentieth century at three locations of Italy Vijaya Kumar, P.
2013
5-6 C p. 7-15
9 p.
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125 Determinants of farmers' perceptions of climate variability, mitigation, and adaptation strategies in the central highlands of Kenya Mairura, Franklin S.

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126 Development of habitation vulnerability assessment framework for coastal hazards: Cuddalore coast in Tamil Nadu, India—A case study Saxena, S.
2013
5-6 C p. 48-57
10 p.
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127 Diagnosing conditional anthropogenic contributions to heavy Colorado rainfall in September 2013 Pall, Pardeep
2017
5-6 C p. 1-6
6 p.
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128 Dietary and agricultural adaptations to drought among smallholder farmers in South Africa: A qualitative study Hawkins, Poppy

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129 Different mechanisms for daytime, nighttime, and compound heatwaves in southern China Luo, Ming

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130 Disaster loss indicators for reporting to DesInventar Sendai and enabling rapid monetary valuation in Malaysia Bhuiyan, Tariqur Rahman

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131 Discrepancies in changes in precipitation characteristics over the contiguous United States based on six daily gridded precipitation datasets Mallakpour, Iman

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132 Does the winter storm-related wind gust intensity in Germany increase under warming climate? – A high-resolution assessment Jung, Christopher

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133 Downscaling of climate extremes over South America – Part I: Model evaluation in the reference climate Dereczynski, Claudine

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134 Drivers of 2016 record Arctic warmth assessed using climate simulations subjected to Factual and Counterfactual forcing Sun, Lantao

5-6 C p. 1-9
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135 Drought and its impacts in Ethiopia Mera, Getachew Alem
2018
5-6 C p. 24-35
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136 2019/2020 drought impacts on South America and atmospheric and oceanic influences Gomes, Mariah Souza

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137 Drought management plans and water availability in agriculture: A risk assessment model for a Southern European basin Pérez-Blanco, Carlos Dionisio
2014
5-6 C p. 11-18
8 p.
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138 Drought preparedness and drought mitigation in the developing world׳s drylands Solh, Mahmoud
2014
5-6 C p. 62-66
5 p.
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139 Drought preparedness in Brazil Gutiérrez, Ana Paula A.
2014
5-6 C p. 95-106
12 p.
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140 Drought projections for Australia: Updated results and analysis of model simulations Kirono, Dewi G.C.

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141 Drought-related hot summers: A joint probability analysis in the Iberian Peninsula Ribeiro, Andreia F.S.

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142 Drought risk management for increased cereal production in Asian Least Developed Countries Karim, Md. Rezaul
2015
5-6 C p. 24-35
12 p.
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143 Droughts in Asian Least Developed Countries: Vulnerability and sustainability Miyan, M. Alimullah
2015
5-6 C p. 8-23
16 p.
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144 Dust storm frequency and impact over Eastern Australia determined by state of Pacific climate system Speer, Milton S.
2013
5-6 C p. 16-21
6 p.
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145 Early 21st century anthropogenic changes in extremely hot days as simulated by the C20C+ detection and attribution multi-model ensemble Wehner, Michael

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146 Editorial Board 2018
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147 Editorial Board
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148 Editorial Board Page 2017
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149 Editorial Board Page 2017
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150 Editorial: Innovations in managing climate risks and building resilience in agriculture Ramasamy, Selvaraju

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151 Effectiveness of vegetated patches as Green Infrastructure in mitigating Urban Heat Island effects during a heatwave event in the city of Melbourne Imran, H.M.
2019
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152 Effects of Barents–Kara Seas ice and North Atlantic tripole patterns on Siberian cold anomalies Chen, Yanan

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153 Ensemble forecast for storm tide and resurgence from Tropical Cyclone Isaias Ayyad, Mahmoud

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154 Estimates of changes in surface wind and temperature extremes in southwestern Norway using dynamical downscaling method under future climate Xu, Yiwen

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155 Estimating concurrent climate extremes: A conditional approach Huang, Whitney K.

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156 Estimating the impact of urbanization on non-stationary models of extreme precipitation events in the Yangtze River Delta metropolitan region Yao, Rui

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157 European extreme precipitation: The effects of spatio-temporal resolution of the data Hamouda, Mostafa E.

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158 European West Coast atmospheric rivers: A scale to characterize strength and impacts Eiras-Barca, Jorge

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159 Evaluating and projecting of climate extremes using a variable-resolution global climate model (VR-CESM) Xu, Zexuan

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160 Evaluating performance of 20 global and quasi-global precipitation products in representing drought events in Ethiopia I: Visual and correlation analysis Degefu, Mekonnen Adnew

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161 Evaluating prospects for subseasonal-to-seasonal forecast-based anticipatory action from a global perspective Lala, Jonathan

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162 Evaluating storm surge predictability on subseasonal timescales for flood forecasting applications: A case study for Hurricane Isabel and Katrina Khalid, Arslaan

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163 Evaluating the effects of climate extremes on crop yield, production and price using multivariate distributions: A new copula application Alidoost, Fakhereh

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164 Evaluating the MSG satellite Multi-Sensor Precipitation Estimate for extreme rainfall monitoring over northern Tunisia Dhib, Saoussen
2017
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9 p.
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165 Evaluation and comparison of CMIP6 and CMIP5 model performance in simulating the seasonal extreme precipitation in the Western North Pacific and East Asia Chen, Chao-An

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166 Evaluation and joint projection of temperature and precipitation extremes across Canada based on hierarchical Bayesian modelling and large ensembles of regional climate simulations Singh, Harsimrenjit

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167 Evaluation of a GCM in seasonal forecasting of extreme rainfall events over continental India Gouda, K.C.
2018
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168 Evaluation of bulk microphysics parameterizations for simulating the vertical structure of heavy rainfall between Korea and the United States Song, Hwan-Jin

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169 Evaluation of course change detection of Ramganga river using remote sensing and GIS, India Maurya, Satya Prakash
2016
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5 p.
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170 Evaluation of extreme precipitation climate indices and their projected changes for Brazil: From CMIP3 to CMIP6 Jeferson de Medeiros, Felipe

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171 Evaluation of historical CMIP6 model simulations of extreme precipitation over contiguous US regions Srivastava, Abhishekh

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172 Evaluation of summer monsoon climate predictions over the Indochina Peninsula using regional spectral model Nguyen, Thang V.

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173 Evaluation of the CMIP6 multi-model ensemble for climate extreme indices Kim, Yeon-Hee

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174 Evidence of a continent-wide shift of episodic rainfall in Australia Dey, Raktima

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175 Evolution of mean, variance and extremes in 21st century temperatures Lewis, Sophie C.
2017
5-6 C p. 1-10
10 p.
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176 Evolution of some observed climate extremes in the West African Sahel Mouhamed, Ly
2013
5-6 C p. 19-25
7 p.
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177 Excess Heat Factor climatology, trends, and exposure across European Functional Urban Areas Oliveira, Ana

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178 Experiment design of the International CLIVAR C20C+ Detection and Attribution project Stone, Dáithí A.

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179 Explaining recent trends in extreme precipitation in the Southwestern Alps by changes in atmospheric influences Blanchet, Juliette

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180 Exploring climate variability and its impact on drought occurrence: Evidence from Godavari Middle sub-basin, India Masroor, Md

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181 Extreme avalanche cycles: Return levels and probability distributions depending on snow and meteorological conditions Evin, Guillaume

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182 Extreme events as sources of health vulnerability: Drought as an example Ebi, Kristie L.
2016
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8 p.
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183 Extreme heat events in the Iberia Peninsula from extreme value mixture modeling of ERA5-Land air temperature Barbosa, Susana

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184 Extreme high surface temperature events and equity-related physical climate risk Griffin, Paul

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185 Extreme precipitation in the Netherlands: An event attribution case study Eden, Jonathan M.
2018
5-6 C p. 90-101
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186 Extreme rainfall risk and climate change impact assessment for Edinburgh World Heritage sites O'Neill, Shane

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187 Extreme temperature differences in the city of Lahti, southern Finland: Intensity, seasonality and environmental drivers Suomi, Juuso

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188 Extreme-value analysis for the characterization of extremes in water resources: A generalized workflow and case study on New Mexico monsoon precipitation Towler, Erin

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189 Extreme value analysis of air pollution data and their comparison between two large urban regions of South America Martins, Leila Droprinchinski
2017
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190 Extreme weather events induced deaths in India 2001–2014: Trends and differentials by region, sex and age group Mahapatra, Bidhubhusan
2018
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191 Extreme wind climate of the Arabian Peninsula characterized by using WRF simulation Li, Si Han

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192 Extreme wind projections over Europe from the Euro-CORDEX regional climate models Outten, Stephen

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193 Factors affecting extreme rainfall events in the South Pacific Pariyar, Sunil Kumar

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194 Flood vulnerability, local perception and gender role judgment using multivariate analysis: A problem-based “participatory action to Future Skill Management” to cope with flood impacts Rakib, M.A.
2017
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195 Forecasting the extreme rainfall, low temperatures, and strong winds associated with the northern Queensland floods of February 2019 Cowan, T.

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196 Forecasting the heavy rainfall during Himalayan flooding—June 2013 Dube, Anumeha
2014
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197 Foreword Jarraud, Michel
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198 Foreword Stevenson, Linda Anne
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199 Foreword Carlson, Dave
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200 Formation factors of the most electrically active thunderstorm days over Poland (2002–2020) Sulik, Sławomir

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201 Fostering the development of climate services through Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) for agriculture applications Buontempo, Carlo

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202 From national to regional plans – the Integrated Drought Management Programme of the Global Water Partnership for Central and Eastern Europe Bokal, Sabina
2014
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203 Future change in extreme precipitation in East Asian spring and Mei-yu seasons in two high-resolution AGCMs Chen, Chao-An

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204 Future changes in extreme precipitation over the San Francisco Bay Area: Dependence on atmospheric river and extratropical cyclone events Patricola, Christina M.

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205 Future changes in extreme temperature events using the statistical downscaling model (SDSM) in the trans-boundary region of the Jhelum river basin Mahmood, Rashid
2014
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206 Future changes in heat wave characteristics and their impacts on the electricity demand in South Korea Kim, Yujin

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207 Future changes in heatwave severity, duration and frequency due to climate change for the most populous cities Brown, Simon J.

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208 Future intensification of precipitation and wind gust associated thunderstorms over Lake Victoria Van de Walle, Jonas

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209 Future trends in compound concurrent heat extremes in Swiss cities - An assessment considering deep uncertainty and climate adaptation options Vaghefi, Saeid Ashraf

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210 Generating samples of extreme winters to support climate adaptation Leach, Nicholas J.

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211 GIS-based climate variability and drought characterization in Ethiopia over three decades Suryabhagavan, K.V.
2017
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212 Global analysis of cyclone-induced compound precipitation and wind extreme events Messmer, Martina

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213 Global environmental change and vulnerability of Least Developed Countries to extreme events: Editorial on the special issue Pauline Dube, Opha
2015
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214 Global estimates of damaging hail hazard Prein, Andreas F.
2018
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215 Global observed long-term changes in temperature and precipitation extremes: A review of progress and limitations in IPCC assessments and beyond Alexander, Lisa V.
2016
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216 Hazardous weather affecting European airports: Climatological estimates of situations with limited visibility, thunderstorm, low-level wind shear and snowfall from ERA5 Taszarek, Mateusz

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217 Heat and cold waves in mainland Spain: Origins, characteristics, and trends Serrano-Notivoli, Roberto

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218 Heavy precipitation forecasts over Switzerland – An evaluation of bias-corrected ECMWF predictions Schauwecker, Simone

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219 Heavy snow in Polish–German lowlands – Large-scale synoptic reasons and economic impacts Bednorz, Ewa
2013
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220 Higher acclimation temperature modulates the composition of muscle fatty acid of Tor putitora juveniles Akhtar, M.S.
2014
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221 High-frequency sea-level extremes: Global correlations to synoptic atmospheric patterns Zemunik, Petra

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222 High impact compound events in Australia Ridder, Nina N.

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223 High-impact weather and urban flooding in the West African Sahel – A multidisciplinary case study of the 2009 event in Ouagadougou Miller, James

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224 High Level Meeting on National Drought Policy: Summary and Major Outcomes Sivakumar, Mannava V.K.
2014
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225 High-resolution downscaling with interpretable deep learning: Rainfall extremes over New Zealand Rampal, Neelesh

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226 High-resolution time-lagged ensemble prediction for landfall intensity of Super Typhoon Haiyan (2013) using a cloud-resolving model Wang, Chung-Chieh

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227 High return level estimates of daily ERA-5 precipitation in Europe estimated using regionalized extreme value distributions Rivoire, Pauline

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228 Historical and projected trends in temperature and precipitation extremes in Australia in observations and CMIP5 Alexander, Lisa V.
2017
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229 Historical extreme rainfall events in southeastern Australia Ashcroft, Linden
2019
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230 Hot spots of extreme precipitation change under 1.5 and 2 °C global warming scenarios Xu, Lianlian

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231 How did the late 1920s drought affect northern Chinese society? Chen, Xudong

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232 How do groundwater dynamics influence heatwaves in southeast Australia? Mu, Mengyuan

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233 How explosive volcanic eruptions reshape daily precipitation distributions Paik, Seungmok

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234 How well do satellite and reanalysis precipitation products capture North American monsoon season in Arizona and New Mexico? Ehsani, Mohammad Reza

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235 Human influence on the 2021 British Columbia floods Gillett, Nathan P.

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236 Hurricane names: A bunch of hot air? Smith, Gary
2016
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237 Identifying drivers of streamflow extremes in West Africa to inform a nonstationary prediction model Chun, Kwok Pan

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238 Impact assessment of coastal hazards due to future changes of tropical cyclones in the North Pacific Ocean Mori, Nobuhito
2016
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239 Impact of different microphysical parameterizations on extreme snowfall events in the Southern Andes Comin, Alcimoni Nelci
2018
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240 Impact of soil moisture on extreme maximum temperatures in Europe Whan, Kirien
2015
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241 Impact of the false intensification and recovery on the hydrological drought internal propagation Wu, Jiefeng

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242 Impacts of floods on forest trees and their coping strategies in Bangladesh Basak, Shukla Rani
2015
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243 Implications of the Pacific meridional mode for summer precipitation extremes over China Liu, Zhen

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244 Implications of warming on western United States landfalling atmospheric rivers and their flood damages Rhoades, Alan M.

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245 Improved quantitative prediction of power outages caused by extreme weather events Watson, Peter L.

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246 Improved Regional Frequency Analysis of rainfall data Le Gall, Philomène

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247 Improvements in subseasonal forecasts of rainfall extremes by statistical postprocessing methods Li, Ming

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248 Improving the drought monitoring capability of VHI at the global scale via ensemble indices for various vegetation types from 2001 to 2018 Zeng, Jingyu

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249 Increased extreme fire weather occurrence in southeast Australia and related atmospheric drivers Richardson, Doug

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250 Increased flood risk in Indian sub-continent under the warming climate Ali, Haider
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251 Increase in extreme precipitation events under anthropogenic warming in India Mukherjee, Sourav

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252 Increase in the frequency of extreme daily precipitation in the United Kingdom in autumn Cotterill, Daniel

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253 Increases in summertime concurrent drought and heatwave in Eastern China Kong, Qinqin

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254 Increasing compound warm spells and droughts in the Mediterranean Basin Vogel, Johannes

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255 Increasing impacts of extreme winter warming events on permafrost Pascual, Didac

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256 Index insurance benefits agricultural producers exposed to excessive rainfall risk Kath, Jarrod
2018
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257 Influences of surface heat flux on twin cyclone structure during their explosive development over the East Asian marginal seas on 23 January 2008 Yokoyama, Yutaro

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258 Information systems in a changing climate: Early warnings and drought risk management S. Pulwarty, Roger
2014
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259 Inside Front Cover - Editorial Board Page
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260 Inside Front Cover - Editorial Board Page
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261 Inside Front Cover - Editorial Board Page/Cover image legend if applicable 2017
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262 Interactions between typhoons Parma and Melor (2009) in North West Pacific Ocean Liou, Yuei-An

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263 International Symposium on Weather and Climate Extremes 2014
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264 Intervention pathways towards improving the resilience of pastoralists: A study from Borana communities, southern Ethiopia Ambelu, Argaw
2017
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265 Introducing NARCliM1.5: Evaluation and projection of climate extremes for southeast Australia Ji, Fei

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266 Introduction to the special issue: Compound weather and climate events Zscheischler, Jakob

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267 Introduction to the special issue: Observed and projected changes in weather and climate extremes Hay, John E.
2016
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268 Investigating the merits of gauge and satellite rainfall data at local scales in Ghana, West Africa Atiah, Winifred Ayinpogbilla

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269 Investigating the potential of a global precipitation forecast to inform landslide prediction Khan, S.

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270 Irrigation impacts on minimum and maximum surface moist enthalpy in the Central Great Plains of the USA Zhang, Tianyi

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271 Is the Indian monsoon rainfall linked to the Southern Ocean sea ice conditions? Bajish, C.C.

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272 “It never rains in California”: Constructions of drought as a natural and social phenomenon Becker, Sarah

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273 Kerala floods in consecutive years - Its association with mesoscale cloudburst and structural changes in monsoon clouds over the west coast of India Vijaykumar, P.

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274 Landslides in West Coast metropolitan areas: The role of extreme weather events Biasutti, Michela
2016
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275 Lengthening of the growing season in wheat and maize producing regions Mueller, Brigitte
2015
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276 Less climatic resilience in the Arctic Overland, James E.

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277 Linking climate forecasts to rural livelihoods: Mapping decisions, information networks and value chains Nidumolu, Uday

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278 Local early warning systems for drought – Could they add value to nationally disseminated seasonal climate forecasts? Andersson, Lotta

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279 Long term spatial and temporal rainfall trends and homogeneity analysis in Wainganga basin, Central India Taxak, Arun Kumar
2014
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280 Long-term trends in daily extreme air temperature indices in Ireland from 1885 to 2018 Mateus, Carla

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281 Long-term trends in daily temperature extremes over Mongolia Dashkhuu, Dulamsuren
2015
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282 Long-term variability of the leading seasonal modes of rainfall in south-eastern Australia Montazerolghaem, Maryam
2016
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283 Managing drought risk in a changing climate: The role of national drought policy Wilhite, Donald A.
2014
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284 Managing vulnerability to drought and enhancing livelihood resilience in sub-Saharan Africa: Technological, institutional and policy options Shiferaw, Bekele
2014
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285 Mapping future droughts under global warming across China: A combined multi-timescale meteorological drought index and SOM-Kmeans approach Zeng, Peng

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286 Mapping the sensitivity of citrus crops to freeze stress using a geographical information system in Ramsar, Iran Zabihi, Hasan
2016
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287 Mapping the vulnerability hotspots over Hindu-Kush Himalaya region to flooding disasters Elalem, Shada
2015
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288 Measuring the effects of extreme weather events on yields Powell, J.P.
2016
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289 Mechanism of early-summer low-temperature extremes in Japan projected by a nonhydrostatic regional climate model Murata, Akihiko
2014
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290 Mesoscale extreme rainfall events in West Africa: The cases of Niamey (Niger) and the Upper Ouémé Valley (Benin) Zahiri, Eric-Pascal
2016
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291 Mesoscale patterns associated with two distinct heatwave events in coastal Santa Barbara, California, and their impact on local fire risk conditions Duine, Gert-Jan

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292 Meteotsunamis in the northern Baltic Sea and their relation to synoptic patterns Pellikka, Havu

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293 Modeling recent climate change induced extreme events in Bangladesh: A review Dastagir, M. Rehan
2015
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294 Modeling the effect of a heat wave on maize production in the USA and its implications on food security in the developing world Chung, Uran
2014
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295 Modelling frost generates insights for managing risk of minimum temperature extremes Gobbett, David L.

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296 Modulating influence of drought on the synergy between heatwaves and dead fine fuel moisture content of bushfire fuels in the Southeast Australian region Jyoteeshkumar reddy, P.

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297 Modulation of mid-Atlantic tropical cyclone landfalls by the Madden-Julian Oscillation Manganello, Julia V.

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298 Moving Earth (not heaven): A novel approach to tropical cyclone impact modelling, demonstrated for New Zealand Boutle, Ian A.

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299 Multi-model event attribution of the summer 2013 heat wave in Korea Kim, Yeon-Hee

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300 Multi-type assessment of global droughts and teleconnections Nikraftar, Zahir

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301 Multivariate and multi-temporal analysis of meteorological drought in the northeast of Thailand Khadka, Dibesh

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302 Multi-year drought storylines for Europe and North America from an iteratively perturbed global climate model Gessner, Claudia

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303 Natural and traditional defense mechanisms to reduce climate risks in coastal zones of Bangladesh Ataur Rahman, Mohammed
2015
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304 Natural disasters over France a 35 years assessment Boccard, Nicolas
2018
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305 NMDI application for monitoring different vegetation covers in the Atlantic Forest biome, Brazil Oliveira Santos, Raquel de

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306 Nonlinear effect of compound extreme weather events on ozone formation over the United States Gao, Yang

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307 Nonstationary seasonal model for daily mean temperature distribution bridging bulk and tails Krock, Mitchell

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308 Non-uniform changes in different daily precipitation events in the contiguous United States Li, Mei

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309 Novel multivariate quantile mapping methods for ensemble post-processing of medium-range forecasts Whan, Kirien

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310 Numerical study of severe downslope windstorm Sun, Wen-Yih
2013
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311 Observation and modeling of Hurricane Maria for damage assessment Pokhrel, Rabindra

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312 Observed and CMIP6 simulated occurrence and intensity of compound agroclimatic extremes over maize harvested areas in China Li, Zitong

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313 Observed and projected changes in temperature and rainfall in Cambodia Thoeun, Heng Chan
2015
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314 Observed extreme precipitation trends and scaling in Central Europe Zeder, Joel

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315 On estimating long period wind speed return levels from annual maxima Ben Alaya, M.A.

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316 On the causes of tropical cyclone driven floods in India Rajeev, Akshay

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317 On the conditions of formation of Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclones Pillay, Micheal T.

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318 On the observed variability of monsoon droughts over India Niranjan Kumar, K.
2013
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319 On the occurrence of the observed worst flood in Mahanadi River basin under the warming climate Pandey, Deeptija

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320 On the temporal clustering of European extreme precipitation events and its relationship to persistent and transient large-scale atmospheric drivers Barton, Yannick

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321 On the use of mean and extreme climate indices to predict sugar yield in western Fiji McGree, Simon

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322 Outdoor heat stress and cognition: Effects on those over 40 years old in China Yi, Fujin

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323 Past (1950–2017) and future (−2100) temperature and precipitation trends in Egypt Mostafa, Amira N.

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324 Perceived effects of drought on household food security in South-western Uganda: Coping responses and determinants Twongyirwe, Ronald

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325 Performance-based projection of precipitation extremes over China based on CMIP5/6 models using integrated quadratic distance Veiga, Sandro F.

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326 Performance evaluation of ERA-5, JRA-55, MERRA-2, and CFS-2 reanalysis datasets, over diverse climate regions of Pakistan Arshad, Muhammad

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327 Persistent impact of spring floods on crop loss in U.S. Midwest Shirzaei, Manoochehr

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328 Physically-based landfalling tropical cyclone scenarios in support of risk assessment Bruyère, Cindy L.

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329 Physical storylines of future European drought events like 2018 based on ensemble climate modelling van der Wiel, Karin

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330 Possible impact of urbanization on extreme precipitation–temperature relationship in East Asian megacities Oh, Seok-Geun

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331 Post-typhoon forest damage estimation using multiple vegetation indices and machine learning models Chen, Xinyu

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332 Potential role of local contributions to record-breaking high-temperature event in Xiamen, China Wang, Fan

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333 Preconditions for extreme wet winters over the contiguous United States Hoell, Andrew

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334 Predictability and prediction of decadal hydrologic cycles: A case study in Southern Africa Mehta, Vikram M.
2014
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335 Predicting property damage from tornadoes with zero-inflated neural networks Diaz, Jeremy
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336 Prediction of storm surge and coastal inundation using Artificial Neural Network – A case study for 1999 Odisha Super Cyclone Sahoo, Bishnupriya

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337 Predictive Livestock Early Warning System (PLEWS): Monitoring forage condition and implications for animal production in Kenya Matere, Joseph

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338 Preface Sivakumar, Mannava V.K.
2014
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339 Probabilistic simulation of big climate data for robust quantification of changes in compound hazard events Economou, Theodoros

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340 Problems of drought and its management in Yobe State, Nigeria Hassan, A.G.

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341 Projected future changes in water availability and dry spells in Japan: Dynamic and thermodynamic climate impacts Ohba, Masamichi

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342 Projected mean and extreme precipitation based on bias-corrected simulation outputs of CORDEX Southeast Asia Ngai, Sheau Tieh

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343 Projecting changes in regional temperature and precipitation extremes in the United States Schoof, Justin T.
2016
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344 Projections of precipitation extremes based on a regional, non-stationary peaks-over-threshold approach: A case study for the Netherlands and north-western Germany Roth, M.
2014
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345 Publisher Note 2016
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346 Publisher's note 2016
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347 Publisher’s Note 2019
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348 Quantifying CMIP6 model uncertainties in extreme precipitation projections John, Amal

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349 Quantifying statistical uncertainty in the attribution of human influence on severe weather Paciorek, Christopher J.

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350 Quantifying the impact of weather extremes on global food security: A spatial bio-economic approach Gbegbelegbe, Sika
2014
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351 Quantile-based bias correction and uncertainty quantification of extreme event attribution statements Jeon, Soyoung
2016
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352 Rainfall distribution and change detection across climatic zones in Nigeria Ogungbenro, Stephen Bunmi
2014
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353 Rapid detection of stressed agricultural environments in Africa under climatic change 2000–2050 using agricultural resource indices and a hotspot mapping approach De Pauw, Eddy

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354 Rapid rises in the magnitude and risk of extreme regional heat wave events in China Wang, Jun

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355 Recent changes in Georgia׳s temperature means and extremes: Annual and seasonal trends between 1961 and 2010 Keggenhoff, I.
2015
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356 Recent droughts in the United States are among the fastest-developing of the last seven decades Iglesias, Virginia

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357 Recent nationwide climate change impact assessments of natural hazards in Japan and East Asia Mori, Nobuhito

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358 Recent trends and ENSO influence on droughts in Northern Chile: An application of the Standardized Precipitation Evapotranspiration Index Meza, Francisco J.
2013
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359 Reducing vulnerability to hydro-meteorological extremes in Africa. A qualitative assessment of national climate disaster management policies: Accounting for heterogeneity Tall, Arame
2013
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360 Regional approach for the analysis of annual maximum daily precipitation in northern Morocco Moujahid, Mohammed
2018
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361 Regional decision-makers as potential users of Extreme Weather Event Attribution - Case studies from the German Baltic Sea coast and the Greater Paris area Schwab, Maria
2017
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362 Regional extreme precipitation index: Evaluations and projections from the multi-model ensemble CMIP5 over Thailand Rojpratak, S.

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363 Regional hotspots of temperature extremes under 1.5 °C and 2 °C of global mean warming Lewis, Sophie C.

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364 Regionally-stratified tornadoes: Moisture source physical reasoning and climate trends Molina, Maria J.

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365 Reported weather shocks and rural household welfare: Evidence from panel data in Northeast Thailand and Central Vietnam Nguyen, Trung Thanh

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366 Revisiting future extreme precipitation trends in the Mediterranean Zittis, George

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367 Revisiting the link between extreme sea levels and climate variability using a spline-based non-stationary extreme value analysis Rohmer, Jérémy

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368 Rise in Northeast US extreme precipitation caused by Atlantic variability and climate change Huang, Huanping

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369 Robust regional differences in marine heatwaves between transient and stabilization responses at 1.5 °C global warming Liu, Jiawei

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370 Saharan air intrusions as a relevant mechanism for Iberian heatwaves: The record breaking events of August 2018 and June 2019 Sousa, Pedro M.

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371 Scales for rating heavy rainfall events in the West African Sahel Salack, Seyni
2018
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372 Sea-level extremes of meteorological origin in the Red Sea Antony, Charls

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373 Seasonal and aridity influences on the relationships between drought indices and hydrological variables over China Xu, Hao-jie

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374 Seasonal dependence of rainfall extremes in and around Jakarta, Indonesia Lestari, Sopia

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375 Seasonal predictability of onset and cessation of the east African rains MacLeod, Dave
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376 Seasonal prediction of summer extreme precipitation over the Yangtze River based on random forest Wei, Wenguang

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377 Season-dependent variability and influential environmental factors of super-typhoons in the Northwest Pacific basin during 2013–2017 Pandey, Ravi Shankar

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378 Simulating the storm environment responsible for Nepal's first observed tornado Meyer, Jonathan David Douglas

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379 Simulating wind-driven extreme sea levels: Sensitivity to wind speed and direction Andrée, Elin

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380 Simulation of extreme temperature over Odisha during May 2015 Gouda, K.C.
2017
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381 Skill of precipitation projectionin the Chao Phraya river Basinby multi-model ensemble CMIP3-CMIP5 Supharatid, S.
2016
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382 Smallholder farmers’ awareness and perceptions of climate change in Adama district, central rift valley of Ethiopia Hundera, Hurgesa

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383 Societal impacts and vulnerability to floods in Bangladesh and Nepal Dewan, Tanvir H.
2015
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384 South African drought, deconstructed Chikoore, Hector

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385 Spatial analysis of outdoor wet bulb globe temperature under RCP4.5 and RCP8.5 scenarios for 2041–2080 across a range of temperate to hot climates Hall, Andrew

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386 Spatial and temporal analysis of outdoor human thermal comfort during heat and cold waves in Iran Roshan, GholamReza

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387 Spatial clustering of summer temperature maxima from the CNRM-CM5 climate model ensembles & E-OBS over Europe Bador, Margot
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