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Yangouliba, Gnibga Issoufou, Zoungrana, Benewindé Jean-Bosco, Hackman, Kwame Oppong, Koch, Hagen, Liersch, Stefan, Sintondji, Luc Ollivier, Dipama, Jean-Marie, Kwawuvi, Daniel, Ouedraogo, Valentin, Yabré, Sadraki, Bonkoungou, Benjamin, Sougué, Madou, Gadiaga, Aliou, Koffi, Bérenger (2023): Modelling past and future land use and land cover dynamics in the Nakambe River Basin, West Africa - Modeling Earth Systems and Environment
Ruhnau, Oliver, Stiewe, Clemens, Müßel, Jarusch, Hirth, Lion (2023): Natural gas savings in Germany during the 2022 energy crisis - Nature Energy
Sambou, Mame Henriette Astou, Liersch, Stefan, Koch, Hagen, Vissin, Expédit Wilfrid, Albergel, Jean, Sane, Moussé Landing (2023): Synergies and Trade-Offs in Water Resources Management in the Bafing Watershed under Climate Change - Water
Marwan, Norbert, Braun, Tobias (2023): Power spectral estimate for discrete data - Chaos
Chuvieco, E., Yebra, M., Martino, S., Thonicke, Kirsten, Gomez-Gimenez, M., San-Miguel-Ayanz, J., Oom, D., Velea, R., Mouillot, F., Molina, J. R., Miranda, A. I., Lopes, D., Salis, M., Bugaric, M., Sofiev, M., Kadantsev, E., Gitas, I. Z., Stavrakoudis, D., Eftychidis, G., Bar-Massada, A., Neidermeier, A., Pampanoni, V., Pettinari, M. L., Arrogante-Funes, F., Ochoa, C., Moreira, B., Viegas, D. (2023): Towards an Integrated Approach to Wildfire Risk Assessment: When, Where, What and How May the Landscapes Burn - Fire
Ji, Peng, Ye, Jiachen, Mu, Yu, Lin, Wei, Tian, Yang, Hens, Chittaranjan, Perc, Matjaž, Tang, Yang, Sun, Jie, Kurths, Jürgen (2023): Signal propagation in complex networks - Physics Reports
Riechers, Keno, Rydin Gorjão, Leonardo, Hassanibesheli, Forough, Lind, Pedro G., Witthaut, Dirk, Boers, Niklas (2023): Stable stadial and interstadial states of the last glacial's climate identified in a combined stable water isotope and dust record from Greenland - Earth System Dynamics
von Jeetze, Patrick José, Weindl, Isabelle, Johnson, Justin Andrew, Borrelli, Pasquale, Panagos, Panos, Molina Bacca, Edna J., Karstens, Kristine, Humpenöder, Florian, Dietrich, Jan Philipp, Minoli, Sara, Müller, Christoph, Lotze-Campen, Hermann, Popp, Alexander (2023): Projected landscape-scale repercussions of global action for climate and biodiversity protection - Nature Communications
Lessmann, Kai, Kalkuhl, Matthias: Climate finance intermediation: interest spread effects in a climate policy model - Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
Warszawski, Lila, Kriegler, Elmar, Lenton, Timothy M., Gaffney, Owen, Jacob, Daniela, Klingenfeld, Daniel, Koide, Ryu, Máñez Costa, María, Messner, Dirk, Nakicenovic, Nebojsa, Schellnhuber, Hans Joachim, Schlosser, Peter, Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, van der Leeuw, Sander, Whiteman, Gail, Rockström, Johan (2023): Corrigendum: All options, not silver bullets, needed to limit global warming to 1.5 °C: a scenario appraisal (2021 Environ. Res. Lett.16 064037) - Environmental Research Letters
Shajan, Emilda , Ghosh, Dibakar , Kurths, Jürgen, Shrimali, Manish Dev (2023): Direction-dependent noise-induced synchronization in mobile oscillators - Chaos
Rousi, Eftychia, Fink, A., Andersen, Lauren, Becker, F., Beobide-Arsuaga, G., Breil, M., Cozzi, G., Heinke, Jens, Jach, L., Niermann, D., Petrovic, D., Richling, A., Riebold, J., Steidl, S., Suarez-Gutierrez, L., Tradowsky, J., Coumou, Dim, Düsterhus, A., Ellsäßer, F., Fragkoulidis, G., Gliksman, D., Handorf, D., Haustein, K., Kornhuber, Kai, Kunstmann, H., Pinto, J.G., Warrach-Sagi, K., Xoplaki, E. (2023): The extremely hot and dry 2018 summer in central and northern Europe from a multi-faceted weather and climate perspective - Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences
Luo, Ning, Meng, Qingfeng, Feng, Puyu, Qu, Ziren, Yu, Yonghong, Liu, De Li, Müller, Christoph, Wang, Pu (2023): China can be self-sufficient in maize production by 2030 with optimal crop management - Nature Communications
Bauer, Nicolas, Keller, David P., Garbe, Julius, Karstens, Kristine, Piontek, Franziska, von Bloh, Werner, Thiery, Wim, Zeitz, Maria, Mengel, Matthias, Strefler, Jessica, Thonicke, Kirsten, Winkelmann, Ricarda (2023): Exploring risks and benefits of overshooting a 1.5 °C carbon budget over space and time - Environmental Research Letters
Sun, Fenglan, Wu, Xiaoshuai , Kurths, Jürgen, Zhu, Wei (2023): Group Consensus for Heterogeneous Multiagent Systems With Time Delays Based on Frequency Domain Approach - IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics: Systems
Romanovska, Paula, Gleixner, Stephanie, Gornott, Christoph (2023): Climate data uncertainty for agricultural impact assessments in West Africa - Theoretical and Applied Climatology
Fu, Jin, Jian, Yiwei, Wang, Xuhui, Li, Laurent, Ciais, Philippe, Zscheischler, Jakob, Wang, Yin, Tang, Yanhong, Müller, Christoph, Webber, Heidi, Yang, Bo, Wang, Qihui, Cui, Xiaoqing, Huang, Weichen, Liu, Yongqiang, Zhao, Pengjun, Piao, Shilong, Zhou, Feng (2023): Extreme rainfall reduces one-twelfth of China’s rice yield over the last two decades - Nature Food
Nyawanda, Bryan O., Beloconi, Anton, Khagayi, Sammy, Bigogo, Godfrey, Obor, David, Otieno, Nancy A., Lange, Stefan, Franke, Jonas, Sauerborn, Rainer, Utzinger, Jürg, Kariuki, Simon, Munga, Stephen, Vounatsou, Penelope (2023): The relative effect of climate variability on malaria incidence after scale-up of interventions in western Kenya: A time-series analysis of monthly incidence data from 2008 to 2019 - Parasite Epidemiology and Control
Becker, Rike, Schüth, Christoph, Merz, Ralf, Khaliq, Tasneem, Usman, Muhammad, Beek, Tim aus der, Kumar, Rohini, Schulz, Stephan (2023): Increased heat stress reduces future yields of three major crops in Pakistan’s Punjab region despite intensification of irrigation - Agricultural Water Management
van der Wijst, Kaj-Ivar, Bosello, Francesco, Dasgupta, Shouro, Drouet, Laurent, Emmerling, Johannes, Hof, Andries, Leimbach, Marian, Parrado, Ramiro, Piontek, Franziska, Standardi, Gabriele, van Vuuren, Detlef (2023): New damage curves and multimodel analysis suggest lower optimal temperature - Nature Climate Change
Warszawski, Lila, Kriegler, Elmar, Lenton, Timothy, Gaffney, Owen, Jacob, Daniela, Klingenfeld, Daniel, Koide, Ryu, Manez Costa, Maria, Messner, Dirk, Nakicenovic, Nebojsa, Schellnhuber, Hans Joachim, Schlosser, Peter, Takeuchi, Kazuhiko, Van Der Leeuw, Sander, Whiteman, Gail, Rockström, Johan (2023): All options, not silver bullets, needed to limit global warming to 1.5 °C: a scenario appraisal: parameter table