Browsing by Author "Joos, F"
20th century changes in carbon isotopes and water-use efficiency: tree-ring-based evaluation of the CLM4.5 and LPX-Bern models Keller, Km; Lienert, S; Bozbiyik, A; Stocker, Tf; Churakova (Sidorova) O; Frank, Dc; Klesse, S; Koven, Cd; Leuenberger, M; Riley, Wj; Saurer, M; Siegwolf, R; Weigt, Rb; Joos, F (2017-05)
Fischer, H; Meissner, Kj; Mix, Ac; Abram, Nj; Austermann, J; Brovkin, V; Capron, E; Colombaroli, D; Daniau, A-L; Dyez, Ka; Felis, T; Finkelstein, Sa; Jaccard, Sk; Mcclymont, El; Rovere, A; Sutter, J; Wolff, Ew; Affolter, S; Bakker, P; Ballesteros-Cánovas, Ja; Barbante, C; Caley, T; Carlson, Ae; Чуракова (Сидорова О.); Cortese, G; Cumming, Bf; Davis, Bas; Vernal, A; Geay, J; Fritz, Sc; Gierz, P; Gottschalk, J; Holloway, Md; Joos, F; Kucera, M; Loutre, M-F; Lunt, Dj; Marcisz, K; Marlon, Jr; Martinez, P; Masson-Delmotte, V; Ahles, C-N; Otto-Bliesner, Bl; Raible, Cc; Risebrobakken, B; Sánchez, Goñi Mf; Arrigo, Js; Sarnthein, M; Sjolte, J; Stocker, T; Alvárez, Pa; Tinner, W; Valdes, Pj; Vogel, H; Wanner, H; Yan, Q; Yu, Z; Ziegler, M; Zhou, L (2018-07)Over the past 3.5 million years, there have been several intervals when climate conditions were warmer than during the preindustrial Holocene. Although past intervals of warming were forced differently than future anthropogenic ...