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D'Andrea, Fabio - Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, Ecole Normale Supérieure
Low-frequency variability in the Southern Ocean region in a simplified coupled model
Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc. (2002), 128, pp. 10591073 Extratropical low-frequency variability as a low-dimensional problem.
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Climate Dynamics (1999) 15:773}793 Springer-Verlag 1999 M. Kageyama' F. D:Andrea ' G. Ramstein' P. J. Valdes
Hot European Summers and the Role of Soil Moisture in the Propagation of Mediterranean Drought
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2 nature reports climate change | VOL 1 | JUNE 2007 | www.nature.com/reports/climatechange RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
A model for soil-vegetation-atmosphere interactions in water-limited ecosystems
Climate Dynamics (1997) 13 : 649--666 Climatology of Northern Hemisphere blocking in the ECHAM model
A validation of heat and carbon fluxes from highresolution land surface and regional models
Reducing Systematic Errors by Empirically Correcting Model Errors
Fixed points, stable manifolds, weather regimes, and their predictability Bruno Deremble, Fabio D'Andrea, and Michael Ghila
Correction to ``Low-frequency variability in the Southern Ocean region in a simplified coupled model''
Summertime European heat and drought waves induced by wintertime Mediterranean rainfall deficit
r in each principal direction. Mixture model centroids showing geopotential
An idealized model for treegrass coexistence in savannas: the role of life stage structure and fire
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