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Multi-hazard susceptibility mapping of cryospheric hazards in a high-Arctic environment: Svalbard Archipelago

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Earth System Science Data, Vol 15, Pp 447-464 (2023)

Abstract: The Svalbard Archipelago represents the northernmost place on Earth where cryospheric hazards, such as thaw slumps (TSs) and thermo-erosion gullies (TEGs) could take place and rapidly develop under the influence of climatic variations. Svalbard permafr...

Bioclimatic change as a function of global warming from CMIP6 climate projections

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Biogeosciences, Vol 20, Pp 451-488 (2023)

Abstract: Climate change is predicted to lead to major changes in terrestrial ecosystems. However, substantial differences in climate model projections for given scenarios of greenhouse gas emissions continue to limit detailed assessment. Here we show, using a t...

SHAFTS (v2022.3): a deep-learning-based Python package for simultaneous extraction of building height and footprint from sentinel imagery

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Geoscientific Model Development, Vol 16, Pp 751-778 (2023)

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Abstract: Building height and footprint are two fundamental urban morphological features required by urban climate modelling. Although some statistical methods have been proposed to estimate average building height and footprint from publicly available satellite...

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Isotopic measurements in water vapor, precipitation, and seawater during EUREC4A

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Earth System Science Data, Vol 15, Pp 465-495 (2023)

Abstract: In early 2020, an international team set out to investigate trade-wind cumulus clouds and their coupling to the large-scale circulation through the field campaign EUREC4A: ElUcidating the RolE of Clouds-Circulation Coupling in ClimAte. Focused on the w...

Modulation of the seasonal cycle of the Antarctic sea ice extent by sea ice processes and feedbacks with the ocean and the atmosphere

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): The Cryosphere, Vol 17, Pp 407-425 (2023)

Abstract: The seasonal cycle of the Antarctic sea ice extent is strongly asymmetric, with a relatively slow increase after the summer minimum followed by a more rapid decrease after the winter maximum. This cycle is intimately linked to the seasonal cycle of the...

Observations of extreme wave runup events on the US Pacific Northwest coast

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, Vol 23, Pp 107-126 (2023)

Abstract: Extreme, tsunami-like wave runup events in the absence of earthquakes or landslides have been attributed to trapped waves over shallow bathymetry, long waves created by atmospheric disturbances, and long waves generated by abrupt breaking. These runup ...

ICON-Sapphire: simulating the components of the Earth system and their interactions at kilometer and subkilometer scales

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Geoscientific Model Development, Vol 16, Pp 779-811 (2023)

Abstract: State-of-the-art Earth system models typically employ grid spacings of O(100 km), which is too coarse to explicitly resolve main drivers of the flow of energy and matter across the Earth system. In this paper, we present the new ICON-Sapphire model con...

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Ocean Modeling with Adaptive REsolution (OMARE; version 1.0) – refactoring the NEMO model (version 4.0.1) with the parallel computing framework of JASMIN – Part 1: Adaptive grid refinement in an idealized double-gyre case

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Geoscientific Model Development, Vol 16, Pp 679-704 (2023)

Abstract: High-resolution models have become widely available for the study of the ocean's small-scale processes. Although these models simulate more turbulent ocean dynamics and reduce uncertainties of parameterizations, they are not practical for long-term sim...

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Monthly-scale extended predictions using the atmospheric model coupled with a slab ocean

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Geoscientific Model Development, Vol 16, Pp 705-717 (2023)

Abstract: Given the good persistence of sea surface temperature (SST) due to the slow-varying nature of the ocean, an atmospheric model coupled with a slab ocean model (SOM) instead of a 3-D dynamical ocean model is designed as an efficient approach for extended...

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Introducing CRYOWRF v1.0: multiscale atmospheric flow simulations with advanced snow cover modelling

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Geoscientific Model Development, Vol 16, Pp 719-749 (2023)

Abstract: Accurately simulating snow cover dynamics and the snow–atmosphere coupling is of major importance for topics as wide-ranging as water resources, natural hazards, and climate change impacts with consequences for sea level rise. We present a new modellin...

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