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Interactive comment on “ Patterns of extreme weather associated with observed and proxy River Ammer flood records ” by Norel Rimbu et al

@inproceedings{2018InteractiveCO,
  title={Interactive comment on “ Patterns of extreme weather associated with observed and proxy River Ammer flood records ” by Norel Rimbu et al},
  author={},
  year={2018}
}
  • Published 2018
  • Environmental Science

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A 450 year spring‐summer flood layer time series at seasonal resolution has been established from the varved sediment record of Lake Ammersee (southern Germany), applying a novel methodological

Atmospheric processes triggering the central European floods in June 2013

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Clustering of Regional-Scale Extreme Precipitation Events in Southern Switzerland

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Large‐scale heavy precipitation over central Europe and the role of atmospheric cyclone track types

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Atmospheric circulation patterns associated with the variability of River Ammer floods: evidence from observed and proxy data

Abstract. The relationship between the frequency of River Ammer floods (southern Germany) and atmospheric circulation variability is investigated based on observational Ammer River discharge data

Solar modulation of flood frequency in central Europe during spring and summer on interannual to multi-centennial timescales

Abstract. Solar influences on climate variability are one of the most controversially discussed topics in climate research. We analyze solar forcing of flood frequency in central Europe during spring

Climatology of Vb cyclones, physical mechanisms and their impact on extreme precipitation over Central Europe

Abstract. Cyclones, which develop over the western Mediterranean and move northeastward are a major source of extreme weather and known to be responsible for heavy precipitation over the northern

Indices for monitoring changes in extremes based on daily temperature and precipitation data

Indices for climate variability and extremes have been used for a long time, often by assessing days with temperature or precipitation observations above or below specific physically‐based