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Climate State Dependence of Arctic Precipitation Variability

Ensemble climate-impact modelling: Extreme impacts from moderate meteorological conditions

Future continental summer warming constrained by the present-day seasonal cycle of surface hydrology

Strong future increases in Arctic precipitation variability linked to poleward moisture transport

Differences between Arctic Interannual and Decadal Variability across Climate States

Minimal influence of reduced Arctic sea ice on coincident cold winters in mid-latitudes

Nudging the Arctic Ocean to Quantify Sea Ice Feedbacks

Oceanic heat transport into the Arctic under high and low CO2 forcing

Validation of Stratification-Driven Phytoplankton Biomass and Nutrient Concentrations in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean as Simulated by EC-Earth

Attributing the increase in Arctic rainfall to atmospheric warming

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Extreem weer niet alleen door klimaatopwarming

Onderzoek: extreme neerslag veroorzaakt door variabiliteit van het weer

Verklaring voor extremen in weer ligt niet alleen in klimaatopwarming

University Rebellion overhandigt duurzaamheidsmanifest aan RUG

Interview NRC – Van 60 onder nul naar 38 graden

Interview NEMO Kennislink – Zes vragen over de hitte in Siberië

KNMI-klimaatbericht: De permafrost ontdooit

Interview – 38 graden in Siberië: hoogste temperatuur ooit gemeten binnen poolcirkel

KNMI-klimaatbericht: Het klimaat en de koolstofcyclus

RUG/ESRIG News: The future of summer heat waves

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