Professor Anders Levermann

Head of Department



Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)
T +49 (0)331 288 2560
P.O. Box 60 12 03
14412 Potsdam


Selection (Click here for full publication list):

Kotz, Wenz, Stechemesser, Kalkuhl, Levermann (2021)
Day-to-day temperature variability reduces economic growth
Nature Climate Change

Garbe, Albrecht, Levermann, Donges, Winkelmann (2020)
The Hysteresis of the Antarctic Ice Sheet

Glanemann, Willner, Levermann (2020)
Paris Climate Agreement passes the cost-benefit test
Nature Communications

Feldmann, Levermann, Mengel (2019)
Stabilizing the West Antarctic Ice Sheet by surface mass deposition
Science Advances

Willner, Otto, Levermann (2018)
Global economic response to river floods
Nature Climate Change

Willner, Levermann, Zhao, Frieler (2018)
Adaptation required to preserve future high-end river flood risk at present level
Science Advances

Wenz, Levermann, Auffhammer (2017)
North-South polarization of European electricity consumption under future warming
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Wenz & Levermann (2016)
Enhanced economic connectivity to foster heat stress-related losses
Science Advances

Mengel, Levermann, Frieler, Robinson, Marzeion, Winkelmann (2016)
Future sea-level rise constrained by observations and long-term commitment
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science

Feldmann & Levermann (2015)
Collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet after local destabilization of the Amundsen Basin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Winkelmann, Levermann, Ridgwell, Caldeira (2015)
Combustion of available fossil-fuel resources sufficient to eliminate the Antarctic Ice Sheet
Science Advances

Mengel & Levermann (2014)
Ice plug prevents irreversible discharge from East Antarctica
Nature Climate Change

Levermann et al. (2014)
The multi-millennial sea-level commitment of global warming
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Winkelmann, Levermann, Martin, Frieler (2012)
Increased future ice discharge from Antarctica owing to higher snowfall

Levermann et al. (2009)
Basic mechanism for abrupt monsoon transitions
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.