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  1. Emerging signals of climate change over Europe
  2. Evaluating Vegetation Modelling in Earth System Models with Machine Learning Approaches
  3. Heat stored in the Earth system 1960–2020: where does the energy go?
  4. Choice of Forecast Scenario Impacts the Carbon Allocation at the Same Global Warming Levels
  5. Water remains the Achilles heel of climate models and climate change policies
  6. On the Effect of Historical SST Patterns on Radiative Feedback
  7. Heat stored in the Earth system 1960–2020: Where does the energy go?
  8. State of the Climate in 2021
  9. Interruption of the Gulf Stream in 2014 caused the 2014-16 North Atlantic Cold Fresh Anomaly and reciprocal warming/ salinification of the North American coastal region
  10. Global changes in atmospheric moisture since 1979
  11. Consistent Trends in Dry Spell Length in Recent Observations and Future Projections
  12. Worsening drought of Nile basin under shift in atmospheric circulation, stronger ENSO and Indian Ocean dipole
  13. Discrepancies in Simulated Ocean Net Surface Heat Fluxes over the North Atlantic
  14. The Complex and Spatially Diverse Patterns of Hydrological Droughts Across Europe
  15. Observation of the direct effect of aerosols in the South-East Atlantic at high temporal resolution from MSG/SEVIRI
  16. Global changes in water vapor 1979-2020
  17. The complex and spatially diverse patterns of hydrological droughts across Europe
  18. The Physical Climate at Global Warming Thresholds as Seen in the U.K. Earth System Model
  19. Contrasting response of hydrological cycle over land and ocean to a changing CO2 pathway
  20. The 1921 European drought: impacts, reconstruction and drivers
  21. Emerging new climate extremes over Europe
  22. Global Climate
  23. The role of teleconnection patterns in the variability and trends of growing season indices across Europe
  24. Future Changes in Wet and Dry Season Characteristics in CMIP5 and CMIP6 simulations
  25. The 1921 European drought: Impacts, reconstruction and drivers
  26. Aerosol-forced AMOC changes in CMIP6 historical simulations.
  27. The Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation: A Comparison of State-of-the-Art IMERG Observations, CMIP6 Models and ERA5 Reanalysis
  28. Global-scale changes in Earth’s energy budget and implications for the water cycle
  29. Anthropogenic intensification of short-duration rainfall extremes
  30. Cocoa plant productivity in West Africa under climate change: a modelling and experimental study
  31. Advances in understanding large-scale responses of the water cycle to climate change
  32. Advances in understanding large-scale responses of the water cycle to climate change
  33. Observations of planetary heating since the 1980s from multiple independent datasets
  34. Observed variability of intertropical convergence zone over 1998—2018
  35. Variability in the global energy budget and transports 1985–2017
  36. Aerosol‐Forced AMOC Changes in CMIP6 Historical Simulations
  37. Advances in understanding large‐scale responses of the water cycle to climate change
  38. Aerosol-forced AMOC changes in CMIP6 historical simulations.
  39. Global surface energy and water cycle variability 2001-2011 from satellite data
  40. The Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation: A Comparison of State-of-the-Art Observations and Models
  41. New Generation of Climate Models Track Recent Unprecedented Changes in Earth's Radiation Budget Observed by CERES
  42. Changes in atmospheric shortwave absorption as important driver of dimming and brightening
  43. Atmospheric precursors for intense summer rainfall over the United Kingdom
  44. Seasonal Changes in the North Atlantic Cold Anomaly: The Influence of Cold Surface Waters From Coastal Greenland and Warming Trends Associated With Variations in Subarctic Sea Ice Cover
  45. Evaluation of Five Satellite Top-of-Atmosphere Albedo Products over Land
  46. The impact of air–sea coupling and ocean biases on the seasonal cycle of southern West African precipitation
  47. Rainfall decline over Eastern Africa linked to temporarily shorter wet seasons
  48. Later Wet Seasons with More Intense Rainfall over Africa under Future Climate Change
  49. Climatic effects of explosive volcanic eruptions between 1979 and 2015
  50. Publisher Correction: Critical Southern Ocean climate model biases traced to atmospheric model cloud errors
  51. Characterizing the Radiative Effect of Rain Using a Global Ensemble of Cloud Resolving Simulations
  52. Critical Southern Ocean climate model biases traced to atmospheric model cloud errors
  53. The INTENSE project: using observations and models to understand the past, present and future of sub-daily rainfall extremes
  54. Unrealistic Increases in Wind Speed Explain Reduced Eastern Pacific Heat Flux in Reanalyses
  55. Identification of deficiencies in seasonal rainfall simulated by CMIP5 climate models
  56. State of the Climate in 2016
  57. Evaluation of satellite and reanalysis-based global net surface energy flux and uncertainty estimates
  58. Strong constraints on aerosol–cloud interactions from volcanic eruptions
  59. A new, long-term daily satellite-based rainfall dataset for operational monitoring in Africa
  60. Surface flux and ocean heat transport convergence contributions to seasonal and interannual variations of ocean heat content
  61. A multisatellite climatology of clouds, radiation, and precipitation in southern West Africa and comparison to climate models
  62. Interannual variability in the summertime hydrological cycle over European regions
  63. Contrasting fast precipitation responses to tropospheric and stratospheric ozone forcing
  64. Revisiting trends in wetness and dryness in the presence of internal climate variability and water limitations over land
  65. Diagnosing links between atmospheric moisture and extreme daily precipitation over the UK
  66. Recent observed and simulated changes in precipitation over Africa
  67. Combining satellite observations and reanalysis energy transports to estimate global net surface energy fluxes 1985-2012
  68. The DACCIWA Project: Dynamics–Aerosol–Chemistry–Cloud Interactions in West Africa
  69. Metrics for linking emissions of gases and aerosols to global precipitation changes
  70. Observational constraints on atmospheric and oceanic cross-equatorial heat transports: revisiting the precipitation asymmetry problem in climate models
  71. Atmospheric rivers do not explain UK summer extreme rainfall
  72. Metrics for linking emissions of gases and aerosols to global precipitation changes
  73. Changes in Earth's heating rate since 1960 in observations and simulations
  74. Extension of the TAMSAT Satellite-Based Rainfall Monitoring over Africa and from 1983 to Present
  75. The 30 year TAMSAT African Rainfall Climatology And Time series (TARCAT) data set
  76. Current changes in Earth's heating rate
  77. Salinity changes in the World Ocean since 1950 in relation to changing surface freshwater fluxes
  78. Comparing Tropical Precipitation Simulated by the Met Office NWP and Climate Models with Satellite Observations*
  79. Quantifying present and projected future atmospheric moisture transports onto land
  80. Have greenhouse gases intensified the contrast between wet and dry regions?
  81. Future changes in atmospheric rivers and their implications for winter flooding in Britain
  82. Observed and simulated precipitation responses in wet and dry regions 1850–2100
  83. Assessment of intercalibration methods for satellite microwave humidity sounders
  84. Modelling the diurnal cycle of tropical convection across the ‘grey zone’
  85. Improving a convection-permitting model simulation of a cold air outbreak
  86. Physically Consistent Responses of the Global Atmospheric Hydrological Cycle in Models and Observations
  87. Climate Warming–Related Strengthening of the Tropical Hydrological Cycle
  88. The detection of atmospheric rivers in atmospheric reanalyses and their links to British winter floods and the large-scale climatic circulation
  89. Diagnosing atmosphere–land feedbacks in CMIP5 climate models
  90. Co-variation of temperature and precipitation in CMIP5 models and satellite observations
  91. Multisatellite observed responses of precipitation and its extremes to interannual climate variability
  92. Observed changes in top-of-the-atmosphere radiation and upper-ocean heating consistent within uncertainty
  93. Evaluation of satellite-based and model re-analysis rainfall estimates for Uganda
  94. Winter floods in Britain are connected to atmospheric rivers
  95. The Role of Water Vapour in Earth’s Energy Flows
  96. Energetic Constraints on Precipitation Under Climate Change
  97. Changes in water vapor transports of the ascending branch of the tropical circulation
  98. Combining satellite data and models to estimate cloud radiative effect at the surface and in the atmosphere
  99. Clear-sky biases in satellite infrared estimates of upper tropospheric humidity and its trends
  100. Regime dependent changes in global precipitation
  101. Motivation, rationale and key results from the GERBILS Saharan dust measurement campaign
  102. Variability in the summer season hydrological cycle over the Atlantic-Europe region 1979-2007
  103. Examination of long-wave radiative bias in general circulation models over North Africa during May-July
  104. Evaluation of the model representation of the evolution of convective systems using satellite observations of outgoing longwave radiation
  105. Summertime precipitation variability over Europe and its links to atmospheric dynamics and evaporation
  106. Anticipated changes in the global atmospheric water cycle
  107. Current changes in tropical precipitation
  108. A case study of the radiative forcing of persistent contrails evolving into contrail-induced cirrus
  109. How robust are observed and simulated precipitation responses to tropical ocean warming?
  110. Examination of Relationships between Clear-Sky Longwave Radiation and Aspects of the Atmospheric Hydrological Cycle in Climate Models, Reanalyses, and Observations
  111. Overview of observations from the RADAGAST experiment in Niamey, Niger: Meteorology and thermodynamic variables
  112. Atmospheric Warming and the Amplification of Precipitation Extremes
  113. Modeled and observed atmospheric radiation balance during the West African dry season: Role of mineral dust, biomass burning aerosol, and surface albedo
  114. Contrasting interannual variability of atmospheric moisture over Europe during cold and warm seasons
  115. Evaluation of the Met Office global forecast model using Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget (GERB) data
  116. Large discrepancy between observed and simulated precipitation trends in the ascending and descending branches of the tropical circulation
  117. Observations of the diurnal cycle of outgoing longwave radiation from the Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget instrument
  118. Improved simulation of water vapour and clear-sky radiation using 24-hour forecasts from ERA40
  119. Observations of the impact of a major Saharan dust storm on the atmospheric radiation balance
  120. Variability in clear-sky longwave radiative cooling of the atmosphere
  121. The ERA-40 re-analysis
  122. Exploitation of Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget data using simulations from a numerical weather prediction model: Methodology and data validation
  123. The Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget Project
  124. Water vapor variability in the tropics and its links to dynamics and precipitation
  125. Can desert dust explain the outgoing longwave radiation anomaly over the Sahara during July 2003?
  126. Simulation of the Earth's radiation budget by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts 40-year reanalysis (ERA40)
  127. Evaluation of moisture in the Hadley Centre climate model using simulations of HIRS water-vapour channel radiances
  128. Simulations of the effects of interannual and decadal variability on the clear-sky outgoing long-wave radiation spectrum
  129. Inconsistencies between satellite estimates of longwave cloud forcing and dynamical fields from reanalyses
  130. Diagnostic analysis of atmospheric moisture and clear-sky radiative feedback in the Hadley Centre and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL) climate models
  131. Analysis of moisture variability in the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts 15-year reanalysis over the tropical oceans
  132. Can current climate model forcings explain the spatial and temporal signatures of decadal OLR variations?