Friedrich-Wilhelm Gerstengarbe

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In studies of spatially confined networks, network measures can lead to false conclusions since most measures are boundary-affected. This is especially the case if boundaries are artificial and not inherent in the underlying system of interest (e.g. borders of countries). An analytical estimation of boundary effects is not trivial due to the complexity of(More)
2 Abstract The development of a daily historical European – North Atlantic mean sea level pressure data set for 1850-2003 on a 5° latitude by longitude grid is described. This product, known as EMSLP, was produced using 86 continental and island stations distributed over the region 70° W-50° E, 25° – 70° N, blended with marine data from the International(More)
(2015): Complex networks for climate model evaluation with application to statistical versus dynamical modeling of South American climate. Abstract In this study we introduce two new node-weighted difference measures on complex networks as a tool for climate model evaluation. The approach facilitates the quantification of a model's ability to reproduce the(More)
Dieser Bericht zum Modellvorhaben der Raumordnung-Raumentwicklungsstrategien zum Klimawandel für die Region Havelland-Fläming wurde durch die Regionale Planungsgemeinschaft Havelland-Fläming in Auftrag gegeben. Abstract The project region MORO ‚Havelland-Fläming' is part of the East-German Lowland in the transitional zone between a maritime and continental(More)
After introductory remarks on the fundamental problems of circulation patterns (ZF) and the classification of the " Großwetterlagen " (GWL) as well as their compilation to a few mean types of circulation (GWT) the individual patterns of the " Großwetterlagen " are described in detail. A complete overview concerning the statistical investigations of the(More)
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