Forschungsbereiche in der IMPRS-ESM

Wir unterscheiden vier große Forschungsbereiche innerhalb der Erdsysteme: Atmosphäre, Land, Ozean und menschliche Dimension. Unsere Wissenschaftler*innen untersuchen, wie diese Systeme intern funktionieren und wie sie zusammenwirken, wodurch die Klimadynamik zu erzeugt oder beeinflusst wird. Von besonderem Interesse sind die Empfindlichkeit des Erdsystems gegenüber Störungen und die Vorhersagbarkeit des Klimas über Zeit- und Raumskalen hinweg.

Das Max-Planck-Instituts für Meteorologie setzt mathematische Modelle als primäres Untersuchungsinstrument in der Forschung ein. Doktorand*innen können bestehende Erdsystemmodelle anwenden, neue Modelleigenschaften entwickeln und die Ergebnisse dieser Modelle analysieren.

Als Doktorand*in sind Sie mit Forschungsgruppen des Max-Planck-Instituts für Meteorologie oder mit der Universität Hamburg verbunden. Die einzelnen Promotionsstudien werden von den wissenschaftlichen Fragestellungen der jeweiligen Forschungsgruppe geleitet und inspiriert.

Im Folgenden erfahren Sie mehr über unsere vier Erdsystemkomponenten sowie die jeweiligen Doktorand*innen, ihre laufenden Forschungsthemen und die abgeschlossenen Veröffentlichungen.

Forschungsbereich Atmosphäre

Wodurch wird die planetarische Albedo gesteuert? Wie regulieren Wolken und Wasserdampf die Energieflüsse im atmosphärischen System? Welche Rolle spielt die Stratosphäre für das Klima der Erde? Dies sind einige der Fragen, denen wir im Forschungsbereich Atmosphäre nachgehen. Die Untersuchungen reichen von der globalen bis zur kleinen Skala (z. B. turbulente Mischungsprozesse) und von mehrjährigen bis zu stündlichen Prozessen. Wir verwenden Strahlungsmodelle, gekoppelte Modelle und Satellitenbeobachtungen als Teil unserer Forschung.

Die Doktorand*innen sind entweder der Abteilung Klimaphysik am Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie oder dem Meteorologischen Institut der Universität Hamburg angegliedert. Die individuellen Forschungsthemen orientieren sich an den Interessen der Forschungsgruppe, die die Doktorand*innen aufnimmt.

Name PhDtopic
Bayley, Clara Development of the Superdroplet Model and Understanding its Uncertainties and Influence in Global Climate Simulations
Campos, Hernan Tropical low cloud feedbacks in storm resolving simulations (tentative)
Chan, Kenneth Radiation and Stratocumulus
Deutloff, Jakob Tropical cirrus cloud coverage and its change with warming
Ding, Hairu Factors influencing the subtropical high-pressure zones in the present and changing climate
Dorff, Henning Clouds and Precipitation in Arctic Atmospheric Rivers at the Hectometer Scale using HALO and ICON
Franke, Henning The quasi-biennial oscillation in a warming climate
Glöckner, Helene Masking and unmasking of the greenhouse effect by clouds
Gnanaraj, Abisha Distribution of Humidity in the Tropics
Guenther, Moritz Volcanic radiative forcing, climate sensitivity and atmospheric feedbacks
Hemshorn de Sanchez, Anna Luisa The complex interactions between land cover change and climate variability at the global scale
Morfa Avalos, Yanmichel Numerical investigations of the two-way interactions between convection and atmospheric waves
Peinado Bravo, Angel Convergence of the simulated tropical convergence zone and ist reponse to climate change with resolution
Pistor, Raphael Microphysical effects in stratocumulus and their dependence on the structure and dynamics of the subtropical highs
Roemer, Florian Radiation Spectrum and Atmospheric Circulation
Sharma, Shivani Parameterization of cloud microphysics using Machine Learning
Schmidt, Luca Precipitation over tropical islands
Tschirschwitz, Janina Water vapor and modelling
Vicari, Robert The coupling between wave- and convection fields on sub-kilometer to mesoscales
Winkler, Marius Boundary layer wind balances and their influence on equatorial sea-surface temperatures
Yoon, Arim Amazon rainforest tipping point

Forschungsbereich Ozean

Im Ozean laufen viele dynamische Prozesse ab, die das Klima beeinflussen: großräumige Zirkulationsmuster, Biogeochemie und Meereis. Im Bereich der Ozeanforschung untersuchen wir diese Prozesse in verschiedenen Maßstäben und zu unterschiedlichen Zeitpunkten in der Erdgeschichte, indem wir gekoppelte Ozean-Atmosphären-Modelle, Beobachtungsdaten und statistische Analysen verwenden.

Die Doktorand*innen sind entweder der Abteilung Klimavariabilität am Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie oder dem Institut für Meereskunde der Universität Hamburg angegliedert. Die individuellen Forschungsthemen orientieren sich an den Interessen der Forschungsgruppe, in der die Doktorand*innen arbeiten.

Name PhD topic
Alastrue de Asenjo, Eduardo Influence of oceanic variations on extreme events over Europe
Andernach, Malena Is the mass loss of the Greenland ice sheet reversible?
Behncke, Jacqueline Quantifying the added value and rate of improvement of underway pCO2 data from sailboats
Beobide Arsuaga, Goratz Linking Atlantic seasonal climate variability to heatwave occurrence over Europe
Burt, Daniel Ocean carbon and nutrient cycles and their interaction with climate during the Permian-Triassic transition
Carnier Casaroli, Lucas Effects of Ocean Mesoscale Processes on Biogeochemistry
Fan, Hongdou The Co-variations and Initializations of Temperature and Salinity in the North Atlantic Ocean Circulation
Hellmich, Lara Sub-Decadal Variability of European Summer Heat Extremes
Henry, Clara Numerical ice-sheet modelling in coastal Antarctica
Hillenkötter, Dominic Different sources for eddy dissipation in the ocean
Karvinen, Mikael Tropical cyclones in a warmer world
Kourkouraidou, Zoi Scattering and Refraction of Low-Mode Internal Tides by Interaction with Mesoscale Eddies
Krieger, Daniel Decadal Predictions of Risks and Probabilities of Compound Events
Liu, Jun Hydrology-carbon interactions due to permafrost subsidence in past and future climates
Liu, Quan Ocean-atmosphere interactions and their links to weather patterns, teleconnections and climate extremes over the northern hemisphere
Mayer, Bjoern The sensitivity of the AMOC in Earth System Models based on Machine Learning
Rapanague Sepulveda, Maria Jesus Mechanisms driving variability in Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation
Reinken, Constanze Upscaling High-Latitude Land Processes from Micro-scale to Meso-scale
Ritschel, Markus The role of sea ice for the global carbon cycle
Salinas Matus, Mariana Eddy-induced heat, carbon, and oxygen transports in the Southern ocean
Schanz, Tobias Quantifying Forecast Uncertainties with Neural Networks
Specht, Mia Sophie Ocean-atmosphere variability of the Tropical Atlantic in high-resolution ICON model simulations
Ssebandeke, John Quantifying aspects of ocean?s energetics using eddy-resolving simulations
Zinchenko, Vadim Model-Driven Machine Learning

Forschungsbereich Land

Wie wirken sich unterschiedliche regionale Lebensräume – und Veränderungen in diesen Lebensräumen – auf das globale Klima aus? Im Forschungsbereich Land untersuchen wir die Entwicklung der gegenseitigen Wechselwirkungen zwischen der Landoberfläche, dem Klima und der menschlichen Entwicklung. Wir nutzen mathematische Modelle, In-situ-Messungen und Satellitenbeobachtungen als Untersuchungsinstrumente.

Die Doktorand*innen sind entweder der Arbeitsgruppe Klima-Biosphäre-Wechselwirkung am Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie oder den verschiedenen Forschungsbereichen der Universität Hamburg angeschlossen: dem Meteorologischen Institut, der Forschungsgruppe Nachhaltigkeit und Globaler Wandel oder der Forschungsgruppe Klimaextreme. Die individuellen Forschungsthemen orientieren sich an den Interessen der Forschungsgruppe, die die Doktorand*innen aufnimmt.

Laufende PhD-Projekte im Forschungsbereich Land

Name PhD topic
Duque Villegas, Mateo Understanding the dynamics of the late Quaternary African Humid Periods
Schickhoff, Meike High-resolution feedbacks between hydrological disturbances, the carbon cycle, and climate change in the Arctic
Reinken, Constanze Upscaling High-Latitude Land Processes from Micro-scale to Meso-scale
Specht, Nora Dynamic interaction between climate, lakes and vegetation
Wong, Josephine Dynamic interaction between climate and soil formation

Forschung zur menschlichen Dimension

Die multidisziplinären Forschungsgruppen, die sich mit der menschlichen Dimension des Erdsystems befassen, versuchen, die Auswirkungen der anthropogenen Aktivitäten auf das Erdsystem zu verstehen. Im Mittelpunkt stehen dabei Fragen der nachhaltigen Entwicklung, der Umweltqualität, der wirtschaftlichen Effizienz und der sozialen Gerechtigkeit. Mit Hilfe mathematischer Modellierungstechniken erforschen wir die Wechselwirkungen zwischen den vom Menschen verursachten Umweltveränderungen, dem globalen Klimawandel, der Klimavariabilität und den sozioökonomischen Auswirkungen der Klimaprojektionen. Wir schlagen eine Brücke zwischen Natur- und Sozialwissenschaften, indem wir verschiedene Methoden anwenden, z. B. dynamische Makroökonomie oder agentenbasierte Optimierungsmodellierung.

Die Doktorand*innen sind entweder dem Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften oder dem Forschungsbereich Nachhaltigkeit und Globaler Wandel, beide an der Universität Hamburg, angegliedert. Die individuellen Forschungsthemen orientieren sich an den Interessen der Forschungsgruppe, in der die Doktorand*innen arbeiten.

Laufende PhD-Projekte im Forschungsbereich zur menschlichen Dimension

Name PhD topic
Gensch, Luisa Opportunities and Challenges of Large-Scale Organic Agriculture in Europe: An Interdisciplinary Analysis
Grunau, Jonas Essays in Climate Economics
Ratzke, Leonie Assessment of ecosystem services in estuaries and urban areas
Schaumann, Felix Essays on the Potentials and Limitations of Integrated Assessment Models of Climate Change
Thazhissery Pavanan, Aiswarya The impacts of changes in climate extremes on human capital and socio-economic development over time

Unsere Alumni und ihre publizierten Doktorarbeiten

  • Carvalho Oliveira , J. (2023). Towards improved seasonal climate predictions with artificial intelligence: An application on summer teleconnections. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3489354 [ Fulltext]
  • Gieße, C. (2023). Internal variability of sea ice and surface air temperature in a warming Arctic climate. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3489349 [ Fulltext]
  • Keil, P. (2023). Tropical tropospheric temperatures, warming and involved mechanisms. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3509472 [ Fulltext]
  • Kroll, C. (2023). The volcanic impact on moisture fluxes into the stratosphere. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3489355 [ Fulltext]
  • Lang, T. (2023). On the uncertainty in modelling tropical relative humidity. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3501977 [ Fulltext]
  • Prange, M. (2023). Elevated moist layers – exploring a blindspot in the global satellite observing system. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamnurg. doi:10.17617/2.3501979 [ Fulltext]
  • Ramme, L. (2023). Snowball Earth aftermath: Ocean dynamics and carbon cycling under extreme greenhouse conditions. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3505247 [ Fulltext]
  • Specht, M. (2023). On the spatio-temporal variability of instability waves in the Tropical Atlantic Ocean and their impact on mixing. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3508773 [ Fulltext]
  • Dunkl, I. (2022). Earth System Model-based predictability of land carbon fluxes. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3477022 [ Fulltext]
  • Finn, T. (2022). Advancing non-linear methods for coupled data assimilation across the atmosphere-land interface. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3381204 [ Fulltext]
  • Hu, P.-h. (2022). Impact of plant functional diversity on climate – a modelling study using JeDI-BACH in ICON-ESM. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3430193 [ Fulltext]
  • Kirsch, B. (2022). Illuminating convective cold pools with a dense station network. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3432702 [ Fulltext]
  • Kumar, A. (2022). The impact of ocean eddies on tropical cyclone intensity on a global scale and the role of boundary layer dynamics. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3432708 [ Fulltext]
  • Nielsen, D. (2022). An earth system modelling perspective on Arctic coastal erosion under climate change. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3390318 [ Fulltext]
  • Paccini Pena, L. (2022). Sensitivity of resolved convection to ocean and land surfaces in the Tropical Atlantic and Amazon Basin. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3367420 [ Fulltext]
  • Rehder, Z. (2022). Measuring and modeling of methane emissions from ponds in high latitudes. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3384362 [ Fulltext]
  • Rohrschneider, T. (2022). A different view on the AMOC and the timing of climate change. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3396792 [ Fulltext]
  • George, G. (2021). Observations of meso-scale circulation and its relationship with cloudiness in the Tropics. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3340355 [ Fulltext]
  • Hansen, A. (2021). New techniques for ultra-high-resolution circulation model evaluation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3335522 [ Fulltext]
  • Jungandreas, L. (2021). Influence of the representation of convection on the mid-Holocene West African Monsoon. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3357859 [ Fulltext]
  • Krönert, L. (2021). A split-explizit time-stepping scheme for ICON-Ocean. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3311083 [ Fulltext]
  • Mieslinger, T. (2021). Small and optically thin clouds in the trades. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3357892 [ Fulltext]
  • Schulz, H. (2021). Meso-scale patterns of shallow convection in the trades. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3357904 [ Fulltext]
  • Spring, A. (2021). Internal variability and potential predictability of the global carbon cycle in a perfect-model framework. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3289580 [ Fulltext]
  • Wey, H.-w. (2021). Impact of forest drought response on land-atmosphere interactions. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3311475 [ Fulltext]
  • Dacie, S. (2020). Using simple models to understand changes in the tropical mean atmosphere under warming. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3243249 [ Fulltext]
  • Erokhina, O. (2020). A new Eulerian iceberg module for climate studies: Formulation and application to the investigation of the sensitivity of the AMOC to iceberg calving. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3270743 [ Fulltext]
  • Flach , R. (2020). On the interactions between land and water use in Brazilian rainfed agriculture. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Fodor, K. (2020). The influence of large coherent structures on near-surface and entrainment zone properties in convective boundary layers. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3230154 [ Fulltext]
  • Heidkamp, M. (2020). Studying land-atmosphere interactions in an Earth system model - The role of canopy heat storage and leaf thermoregulation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3249212 [ Fulltext]
  • Jiménez de la Cuesta Otero, D. (2020). Historical warming and climate sensitivity. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3243040 [ Fulltext]
  • Keppler, L. (2020). Variability of the contemporary Southern Ocean carbon fluxes and storage. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3243301 [ Fulltext]
  • Kluft, L. (2020). Benchmark calculation of the climate sensitivity of radiative-convective equilibrium. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3274272 [ Fulltext]
  • Koul, V. (2020). Decadal prediction of shelf-sea marine ecosystems in the eastern North Atlantic: The role of the Subpolar Gyre. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Lang, A. (2020). Extreme high sea levels in the German Bight: Past variability and future changes. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3243031 [ Fulltext]
  • Lemburg, A. (2020). On the relationship between the Tropical Easterly Jet over West Africa and Sahel rainfall across various time scales. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3228391 [ Fulltext]
  • Lüschow, V. (2020). The deep western boundary current in an eddying ocean. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3243036 [ Fulltext]
  • Müller, A. (2020). Evaluating and systematically improving the European Union’s nature protection network towards current and potential ecoregion representation targets. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3243038 [ Fulltext]
  • Torres Mendonca, G. (2020). Response characteristics of the global carbon cycle in earth system models. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3264280 [ Fulltext]
  • Winkler, A. (2020). The response of global terrestrial photosynthesis to rising CO2. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3190373 [ Fulltext]
  • Bruns, H. (2019). Environmental policy: How context affects behaviour. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg.
  • Burgard, C. (2019). Rethinking the relationship between the observed, simulated and real Arctic sea-ice evolution. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3165898 [ Fulltext]
  • Haghshenas, A. (2019). On entrainment in sheared convective boundary layers. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3065449 [ Fulltext]
  • Haufschild, T. (2019). Stratospheric controls on northern hemisphere storm tracks. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3065565 [ Fulltext]
  • Kalidindi, S. (2019). Multiple climate states and bifurcations on Earth-like terra-planets. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3167700 [ Fulltext]
  • Li, C. (2019). Atmospheric chemistry reactions in a turbulent flow: applications to an urban environment. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3069134 [ Fulltext]
  • Milinski, S. (2019). Internal variability in a changing climate: A large ensemble perspective on tropical Atlantic rainfall. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3165869 [ Fulltext]
  • Müller, S. (2019). Convectively generated gravity waves and convective aggregation in numerical models of tropical dynamics. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3025587 [ Fulltext]
  • Neddermann, N. (2019). Seasonal prediction of European summer climate: a process-based approach. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3175317 [ Fulltext]
  • Roshan, E. (2019). Climate-energy-economy integrated assessment of mitigation and solar radiation management. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg.
  • Schulz, B. (2019). On the role of wind shear and cloud droplet sedimentation of entrainment in stratocumulus. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3065430 [ Fulltext]
  • Suarez-Gutierrez, L. (2019). Internal variability in summertime heat extremes under global warming. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3167683 [ Fulltext]
  • Abis, B. (2018). Multiple tree-cover states in the earth system. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2627743 [ Fulltext]
  • 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 [ Fulltext]
  • 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 [ Fulltext]
  • Chouksey, M. (2018). Disentangling gravity waves from balanced flow. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3000108 [ Fulltext]
  • 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 [ Fulltext]
  • 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 [ Fulltext]
  • Galfi, V. (2018). Mathematics of extreme events in atmospheric models. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3016821 [ Fulltext]
  • Olonscheck, D. (2018). Understanding internal variability of sea ice and surface air temperature. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2639899 [ Fulltext]
  • 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 [ Fulltext]
  • Vissio, G. (2018). Statistical mechanical methods for parametrization in geophysical fluid dynamics. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.3012736 [ Fulltext]
  • Ackmann, J. (2017). Error estimation algorithms for ocean models. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2383652 [ Fulltext]
  • Ansorge, C. (2017). Analyses of turbulence in the neutrally and stably stratified planetary boundary layer. Phd Thesis, Cham: Springer International Publ.. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45044-5
  • Belaia, M. (2017). Integrated assessment of climate tipping points. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2472743 [ Fulltext]
  • Burdanowitz, J. (2017). Point-to-area validation of passive microwave satellite precipitation with shipboard disdrometers. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2385648 [ Fulltext]
  • Ferrer-Gonzalez, M. (2017). Climate engineering by enhancement of ocean alkalinity: impacts on the Earth system and a comparison with solar radiation management. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2472753 [ Fulltext]
  • Ghosh, R. (2017). Impact of the multidecadal variations in the North Atlantic Sea Surface Temperature on European summer climate. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2391979 [ Fulltext]
  • Groner, V. (2017). Effects of plant diversity on simulated climate-vegetation interaction towards the end of the African Humid Period. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2479574 [ Fulltext]
  • Hedemann, C. (2017). Conflicting expectations of global surface warming. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2482982 [ Fulltext]
  • Klockmann, M. (2017). The AMOC and its sensitivity to different climate forcings in the range of glacial to modern conditions. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2472757 [ Fulltext]
  • Mayer, D. (2017). Potentials and side-effects of herbaceous biomass plantations for climate change mitigation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2479582 [ Fulltext]
  • Meraner, K. (2017). Towards modeling climate effects of energetic particle precipitation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2399968 [ Fulltext]
  • Nyawira, S.-S. (2017). Modelling the effects of land use change on soil carbon on global scale. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2503104 [ Fulltext]
  • Petrova, I. (2017). Understanding soil moisture - precipitation coupling on mesoscales using observations over North Africa. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2399973 [ Fulltext]
  • Salameh, J. (2017). Climate dynamics of a slowly rotating aquaplanet. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2482990 [ Fulltext]
  • van Stratum, B. (2017). The influence of misrepresenting the nocturnal boundary layer on daytime convection in large-eddy simulation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2383650 [ Fulltext]
  • Vogel, R. (2017). The influence of precipitation and convective organization on the structure of the trades. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2503092 [ Fulltext]
  • Winckler, J. (2017). Local and nonlocal biogeophysical effects of deforestation in a climate model. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2513896 [ Fulltext]
  • Cremades Rodeja, R. (2016). Assessment of policy and climate variability impacts on food, water and energy in the Asian monsoon region under diverse adaptation scenarios. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2353125 [ Fulltext]
  • Engels, J. (2016). The impact of black carbon aerosol induced snow darkening on the radiation balance in ECHAM6: Quantifying the contribution of wildfires for present and future conditions. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2308910 [ Fulltext]
  • Fläschner, D. (2016). Intermodel spread in global and tropical precipitation changes. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2321127 [ Fulltext]
  • Li, Z. (2016). Internal tides simulated by a 1/10° OGCM. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2297244 [ Fulltext]
  • Moreno-Chamarro, E. (2016). Climate and ocean variability during the last millennium in paleo-observations and Earth system model simulations. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2327224 [ Fulltext]
  • Naipal, V. (2016). Modelling long-term, large-scale sediment dynamics in an Earth System Model framework. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2247041 [ Fulltext]
  • Schöngaßner, T. (2016). Climate impact on geophysical thermokarst processes during the past 6000 years. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2297305 [ Fulltext]
  • Siongco, A. (2016). Drivers of precipitation biases in the tropical Atlantic sector. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2321074 [ Fulltext]
  • Tian , F. (2016). Effects of coupling frequency on climate simulated by a coupled AO-GCM. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2321078 [ Fulltext]
  • Bittner, M. (2015). On the discrepancy between observed and simulated dynamical responses of Northern Hemisphere winter climate to large tropical volcanic eruptions. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2239264 [ Fulltext]
  • de Vrese, P. (2015). Impact of surface heterogeneities on land surface water and energy fluxes. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2239245 [ Fulltext]
  • Geppert, G. (2015). Analysis and application of the ensemble Kalman filter for the estimation of bounded quantities. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2161673 [ Fulltext]
  • Heinze, M. (2015). Modelling the carbon cycle during the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Keitzl, T. (2015). Turbulent enhancement of the melt-rate at an ice-ocean interface. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2239535 [ Fulltext]
  • Mielke, C. (2015). The North Atlantic deep western boundary current : seasonal cycle, decadal variability and relation to the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2095773 [ Fulltext]
  • Naumann, A. (2015). Cloud structures and rain formation in the atmospheric boundary layer. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2166985 [ Fulltext]
  • Park, J.-Y. (2015). West African monsoon rainfall in a warming climate. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2239532 [ Fulltext]
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  • Schemann, V. (2014). Towards a scale aware cloud process parameterization for global climate models. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1932864 [ Fulltext]
  • Schirber, S. (2014). The role of convectively generated gravity waves in driving the Quasi-Biennial Oscillation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2075943 [ Fulltext]
  • Trapp, N. (2014). The economic impacts of climate change and options for adaptation: A study of the farming sector in the European Union. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2075942 [ Fulltext]
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  • Bunzel, F. (2013). Numerical studies of stratosphere-troposphere dynamical coupling in a changing climate. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1827325 [ Fulltext]
  • Dass , P. (2013). The role of bioenergy production in the terrestrial carbon cycle and energy balance. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Goll, D. (2013). The influence of phosphorus cycling and temperature acclimation of photosynthesis on the land carbon cycle. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.1669156 [ Fulltext]
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  • Möbis, B. (2013). Factors controlling the position of the inter-tropical convergence zone on an aquaplanet. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1695418 [ Fulltext]
  • Peng, J. (2013). Estimation of evapotranspiration using satellite TOA radiances. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Radermacher, C. (2013). Causes for regional changes in heavy precipitation over Europe. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1746784 [ Fulltext]
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  • Schubert, S. (2013). Development and evaluation of a double-canyon urban canopy scheme, and estimation of urban heat island mitigation effects. Phd Thesis, Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin. [ Fulltext]
  • Schuldt, R. (2013). Modelling interactions between boreal wetlands, carbon cycle and climate. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1737723 [ Fulltext]
  • Weerasinghe, H. (2013). Designing a dynamically integrated water management scheme as an adaptation strategy for global change induced water stress. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1752490 [ Fulltext]
  • Ziemen, F. (2013). Glacial climate variability. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1827332 [ Fulltext]
  • Dueben, P. (2012). Finite element methods, grid refinement, and boundary currents in geophysical modeling. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.1539447 [ Fulltext]
  • Exarchou, E. (2012). Tidal mixing and large-scale circulation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.1404598 [ Fulltext]
  • Freier, K. (2012). Modelling alternative land-use regimes in semi-arid Morocco. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1321948 [ Fulltext]
  • Grimm, R. (2012). Simulating the early Holocene eastern Mediterranean sapropel formation using an ocean biogeochemical model. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.1602273 [ Fulltext]
  • Krapp, M. (2012). Middle Miocene climate evolution: the role of large-scale ocean circulation and ocean gateways. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1362599 [ Fulltext]
  • Li, C. (2012). Long-term stability and adjustment toward equilibrium in a future warm climate. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.1539444 [ Fulltext]
  • Misios, S. (2012). Influences of the 11-year solar cycle on the tropical atmosphere and oceans. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.1404597 [ Fulltext]
  • Pavlick, R. (2012). Development and evaluation of a diverse dynamic global vegetation model based on plant functional tradeoffs. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Seethala, C. (2012). Evaluating the state-of-the-art of and errors in 1D satellite cloud liquid water path retrievals with large eddy simulations and realistic radiative transfer models. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1404650 [ Fulltext]
  • Sudarchikova, N. (2012). Modeling of mineral dust in the Southern Hemisphere with focus on Antarctica for interglacial and glacial climate conditions. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.1539441 [ Fulltext]
  • Tietsche, S. (2012). Initialization and predictability of Arctic sea ice in a global climate model. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.1539461 [ Fulltext]
  • Winkelmann, R. (2012). The future sea-level contribution from Antarctica: Projections of solid ice discharge (Kumulative Dissertation). Phd Thesis, Potsdam: Universität Potsdam. [ Fulltext]
  • Adloff, F. (2011). Early Holocene Eastern Mediterranean ocean climate and the stability of its overturning circulation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1404664 [ Fulltext]
  • Badawy, B. (2011). Quantifying carbon processes of the terrestrial biosphere in a global atmospheric inversion based on atmospheric mixing ratio, remote sensing and meteorological data. Phd Thesis, Jena: Universität Jena. [ Fulltext]
  • Behringer, T. (2011). Earth system dynamics in the Anthropocene: Modelling key processes of climate-human interactions in the terrestrial biosphere. Phd Thesis, Berlin: Humbold-Universität zu Berlin. [ Fulltext]
  • Calzadilla Rivera, A. (2011). Water, agriculture and climate change: A global computable general equilibrium analysis. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Fader, M. (2011). Flows of virtual land and water through global trade of agricultural products. Phd Thesis, Potsdam: Universität Potsdam. [ Fulltext]
  • Fischer, N. (2011). Holocene and Eemian climate variability. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Haensler, A. (2011). Impact of climate change on the coastal climate of South-Western Africa. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Jantke, K. (2011). Systematic conservation planning in Europe – the case of wetland biodiversity. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1412640 [ Fulltext]
  • Klocke, D. (2011). Assessing the uncertainty in climate sensitivity. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1217565 [ Fulltext]
  • Miller, L. (2011). Limits and consequences of the large-scale deployment of renewable energy technologies. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Nam, C. (2011). Using CALIPSO and CloudSat satellite retrievals to evaluate low-level cloud parameterizations in ECHAM5 for cloud-climate feedback implications. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1231566 [ Fulltext]
  • Parida, B. (2011). The influence of plant nitrogen availability on the global carbon cycle and N2O emissions. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Peters, K. (2011). Ship emission influence on clouds in satellite and model data. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1404657 [ Fulltext]
  • Rauser, F. (2011). Error estimation in geophysical fluid dynamics through learning. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.2389949 [ Fulltext]
  • Riemann-Campe, K. (2011). Can convective precipitation variability be deduced from the variability in CAPE and CIN? An analysis of global CAPE and CIN variability in present and future climates. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1412642 [ Fulltext]
  • Saeed, S. (2011). Relative contribution of the mid-latitude circumglobal wave train to the South Asian summer monsoon. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1404665 [ Fulltext]
  • Sauer, T. (2011). Irrigation and global change: new applications for integrated global land use modeling. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1253595 [ Fulltext]
  • Stacke, T. (2011). Development of a dynamical wetlands hydrology scheme and its application under different climate conditions. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Vamborg, F. (2011). Vegetation - albedo - precipitation interactions in North Africa during the Holocene. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1139653 [ Fulltext]
  • Weber, T. (2011). Impact of inhomogeneities on non-linear cloud processes. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.1231563 [ Fulltext]
  • Chidichimo, M. (2010). Eastern-boundary baroclinic variability and the meridional overturning circulation at 26.5°N. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993696 [ Fulltext]
  • Gehlot, S. (2010). Feedbacks between convection and climate: Analysis with global modeling and satellite observations. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993684 [ Fulltext]
  • Hernández Deckers, D. (2010). Warming up the atmosphere’s heat engine: atmospheric energetics with higher greenhouse gas concentrations. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993658 [ Fulltext]
  • Koldunov, N. (2010). Variability of Arctic sea ice. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993708 [ Fulltext]
  • Lapola, D. (2010). Modeling the interplay between land use, bioenergy production and climate change. Phd Thesis, Kassel: Universität Kassel. [ Fulltext]
  • O'Donnell, D. (2010). Towards the assessment of the climate effects of secondary organic aerosols. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993722 [ Fulltext]
  • Otto, J. (2010). Interactions between climate and vegetation at high northern latitudes during the mid-Holocene. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993697 [ Fulltext]
  • Ross, O. (2010). Simulation of atmospheric krypton-85 transport to assess the detectability of clandestine nuclear reprocessing. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.2166357 [ Fulltext]
  • Sicardi, V. (2010). Using atmospheric potential oxygen to gain insight into climate drivers of ocean biogeochemistry. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Teichmann, C. (2010). Climate and air pollution modelling in South America with focus on megacities. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993870 [ Fulltext]
  • Voigt, A. (2010). Snowball Earth – Initiation and Hadley Cell Dynamics. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993685 [ Fulltext]
  • Anthoff, D. (2009). Equity and climate change: Applications of FUND. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. doi:10.17617/2.993887 [ Fulltext]
  • Bhend, J. (2009). Detection of an anthropogenic influence on the observed changes in near-surface temperature and precipitation in Northern Europe. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Gupta, S. (2009). A modeling analysis of changing global land use as affected by changing demands for wood products. Phd Thesis, Kassel: Universität Kassel. [ Fulltext]
  • Heinemann, M. (2009). Warm and sensitive Paleocene-Eocene climate. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.993927 [ Fulltext]
  • Lessmann, K. (2009). Endogenous technological change in strategies for mitigating climate change. Phd Thesis, Berlin: Technische Universität Berlin. [ Fulltext]
  • Osmani, D. (2009). Stability and burden sharing emissions in international environmental agreements: a game-theoretic approach. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Hamburg University. [ Fulltext]
  • Pongratz, J. (2009). A model estimate on the effect of anthropogenic land cover change on the climate of the last millennium. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.993955 [ Fulltext]
  • Santos, G. (2009). The Effect of Halogens on global tropospheric Ozone. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994078 [ Fulltext]
  • Schleupner, C. (2009). GIS as integrating tool in sustainability and global change. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994096 [ Fulltext]
  • Seiffert, R. (2009). Impact of small-scale fluctuations on climate sensitivity and its stochastic analysis. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994113 [ Fulltext]
  • Sillmann, J. (2009). Extreme climate events and Euro-Atlantic atmospheric blocking in present and future climate model simulations. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.993990 [ Fulltext]
  • Verzano, K. (2009). Climate change impacts on flood related hydrological processes: Further development and application of a global scale hydrological model. Phd Thesis, Kassel: University of Kassel. doi:10.17617/2.993926 [ Fulltext]
  • Wan, H. (2009). Developing and testing a hydrostatic atmospheric dynamical core on triangular grids. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.993988 [ Fulltext]
  • Banse, D. (2008). The influence of aerosols on North Atlantic cyclones. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994176 [ Fulltext]
  • Guglielmo, F. (2008). Global cycling of semivilatile organic compoundsa in the marine and total environment - a study using a comprehensive model. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994161 [ Fulltext]
  • Hünicke, B. (2008). Atmospheric forcing of decadal Baltic Sea level variability in the last 200 years: a statistical analysis. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Jung, M. (2008). Uncertainties of terrestrial carbon cycle modelling: Studies on gross carbon uptake of Europe. Dissertation. Phd Thesis, Jena: Universität Jena. [ Fulltext]
  • Katrynski , K. (2008). Quantifying the terrestrial carbon budget of middle latitude ecosystems: the role of Volatile Organic Compounds. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Punge, H. (2008). The quasi-biennial oscillation: representation in numerical models and effects on stratospheric transport and trace gases. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994149 [ Fulltext]
  • Thomas, M. (2008). Simulation of the climate impact of Mt. Pinatubo eruption using ECHAM5. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994206 [ Fulltext]
  • Winterfeldt, J. (2008). Comparison of measured and simulated wind speed data in the North Atlantic. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Aghedo, A. (2007). The impact of African air pollution: A global chemistry climate model study. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994334 [ Fulltext]
  • Heil, A. (2007). Indonesian forest and peat fires: emissions, air quality, and human health. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994286 [ Fulltext]
  • Kotlarski, S. (2007). A subgrid glacier parameterisation for use in regional climate modelling. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994357 [ Fulltext]
  • Landerer, F. (2007). Sea level and hydrological mass redistribution in the earth system: variability and anthropogenic change. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994314 [ Fulltext]
  • Matei, D. (2007). Pacific decadal variability: internal variability and sensitivity to subtropics. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994355 [ Fulltext]
  • Mueller, C. (2007). Climate change and global land-use patterns: quantifying the human impact on the terrestrial biosphere. Phd Thesis, Potsdam: University of Potsdam. doi:10.17617/2.994374 [ Fulltext]
  • Pfeffer, M. (2007). The relative influences of volcanic and anthropogenic emissions on air pollution in Indonesia as studied with a regional atmospheric chemistry and climate model. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994325 [ Fulltext]
  • Tanaka, K. (2007). Inverse estimation for the simple Earth system model ACC2 and its applications. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Zhu, X. (2007). Low frequency variability of the meridional overturning circulation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994368 [ Fulltext]
  • Criscuolo, L. (2006). Assessing the agricultural system and the Carbon cycle under climate change in Europe using a dynamic global vegetation model. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994633 [ Fulltext]
  • Gaslikova, L. (2006). High-resolution wave climate analysis in the Helgoland area. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Grossmann, I. (2006). Future perspectives for the Lower Elbe region 2000-2030: Climate trends and globalisation. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Heistermann, M. (2006). Modelling the global dynamics of rain-fed and irrigated croplands. Phd Thesis, Kassel: Universität Kassel. doi:10.17617/2.2388683 [ Fulltext]
  • Hoelzemann, J. (2006). Global wildland fire emission modeling for for atmospheric chemistry studies. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994555 [ Fulltext]
  • Kloster, S. (2006). DMS cycle in the ocean-atmosphere system and its response to anthropogenic perturbations. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Li, Q. (2006). Climatological analysis of planetary wave propagation in northern hemisphere winter. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994489 [ Fulltext]
  • Link, P. (2006). Modeling the economic impacts of changes in thermohaline circulation with an emphasis on the Barents Sea fisheries. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994496 [ Fulltext]
  • Narayan, C. (2006). CO2 fluxes and concentration patterns over Eurosiberia: a study using terrestrial biosphere models and the regional atmosphere model REMO. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994572 [ Fulltext]
  • Ronneberger, K. (2006). The global agricultural band-use model KLVM - a coupling tools for integrated assessment. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994553 [ Fulltext]
  • Schurgers, G. (2006). Long-term interactions between vegetation and climate: Model simulations for past and future. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994539 [ Fulltext]
  • Schwoon, M. (2006). Managing the transition to hydrogen and fuel cells vehicles: insights from agent-based and evolutionary models. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994753 [ Fulltext]
  • Trusilova, K. (2006). Urbanization impacts on the climate in Europe. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Vizcaino, M. (2006). Long-term interactions between ice sheets and climate under anthropogenic greenhouse forcing: Simulations with two complex Earth System Models. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Weis, P. (2006). Ocean tides and the earth's rotation: results of a high-resolving ocean model forced by the lunisolar tidal potential. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994758 [ Fulltext]
  • Cui, X. (2005). Interactions between climate and landcover changes on the Tibetan Plateau. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994794 [ Fulltext]
  • Devasthale, A. (2005). Aerosol indirect effect in the thermal spectral range as seen from satellites. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994822 [ Fulltext]
  • Jung, M. (2005). Carbon sequestration options in the international climate regime. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Stehfest, E. (2005). Modelling of global crop production and resulting N2O emissions. Phd Thesis, Kassel: Universität Kassel. [ Fulltext]
  • Stier, P. (2005). Towards the assessment of the aerosol radiative effects: A global modelling approach. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994951 [ Fulltext]
  • Tiwari, Y. (2005). Constraints of satellite derived CO2 on carbon sources and sinks. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Wetzel, P. (2005). Interannual and decadal variability in the air-sea exchange of CO₂ - a model study. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: University of Hamburg. doi:10.17617/2.994977 [ Fulltext]
  • Woth, K. (2005). Regionalization of global climate change scenarios: An ensemble study of possible changes in the North Sea storm surge statistics. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Zandersen, M. (2005). Valuing forest recreation in Europe: Time and spatial considerations. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Zhou, Y. (2005). Economic analysis of selected environmental issues in China. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]
  • Zuo, X. (2005). Annual hard frosts and economic growth. Phd Thesis, Hamburg: Universität Hamburg. [ Fulltext]

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