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2004

Cooley D., Naveau P., Jomelli V., 2004: Spatio-temporal Analysis of Extreme Values from Lichenometric Studies and their Relationships to Climate TIES 2004: The International Environmetrics Society and ACCURACY 2004: 6th International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment Accepted.

Feddema, J.J. 2004: GCM Simulations of the Impacts of Anthropogenic Land Cover Change on Climate, Department of Geography, University Delaware, Newark, DE, April 23.

Naveau P. Jomelli V., Cooley D., Kenji, Cossart E., 2004: A General Probability Model for Analyzing Lichens Growth in the Alps "Holocene climate in the Alps : Toward a common framework ?" The French Moutain Institute and the Savoy University Aix Les Bains (France), 15,18 january 2004. accepted.

Naveau P. and Schneider U., 2004: Threshold selection for modeling exceedances over high thresholds. Power laws in probability and statistics CIRM, Luminy, March 22-26, 2004. accepted.

Pocernich, M., C. Wolff, and T. Fowler, 2004: Statistical models of aircraft icing. Preprints, 17th Conference on Probability and Statistics in Atmospheric Sciences. Seattle, 12-15 January.

Schneider U. and Naveau P., 2004: Threshold selection for modeling precipitation extremes European Geosciences Union 1st General Assembly, Nice, France, 25 - 30 April 2004. Submitted.

Tebaldi, C., 2004: Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation (John McCain chairman) "Impacts of Climate Change" Full Committee Hearing Wednesday, September 15 2004

 

2003

Ammann C.M., 2003: Volcanic aerosols in climate modeling: Obstacles and chances. Seminar at Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark. January 2003.

Ammann, C.M., F. Joos, 2003: Natural climate variations and anthropogenic climate change. CCSM Workshop, Climate Change Working Group, Breckenridge, Colorado.

Ammann, C.M., F. Joos, 2003: Simulations of the Last Millennium. CCSM Workshop, Paleoclimate Working Group, Breckenridge, Colorado.

Ammann C.M., F. Joos and R. Tomas, 2003: Centennial scale climate variations and their spatial dimensions in coupled GCM simulations of the last millennium. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco.

Ammann, C.M., P. Naveau, 2003: A Statistical Study of Explosive Volcanism in the Tropics: Stochastic Evidence of an underlying physical process? IUGG, Poster, Hagiwara Symposium, session JSS01, Sapporo, Japan.

Ammann, C.M., P. Naveau, H.-S. Oh, F. Joos, S. Gerber, D. Schimel, B.L. Otto-Bliesner, 2003: Mutli-resolution methods for extracting fingerprints of external forcing over the last Millennium from Model and Proxy Data. IUGG, invited talk, session MC14, Sapporo, Japan.

Ammann, C.M., H.-S. Oh and P. Naveau, 2003: Fingerprints of solar irradiance changes during the last Millennium: Impact of different background trends on the detection in transient climate simulations. SOURCE Science Meeting, Sonoma, CA, Dec 4-6, 2003.

Ammann, C.M., B.L. Otto-Bliesner, 2003: Climate Impacts from Explosive Volcanism during the Late Maunder Minimum, 1675-1704 AD: Volcanic punches for Europe? IUGG, invited talk session JSV02, Sapporo, Japan.

Ammann C.M., A. Robock, C. Gao, and P.Naveau, 2003: Ice core derived volcanic forcing dataset for General Circulation Model simulations. Poster, InterICE: International Consortium of Ice Core Establishment, Milan, Italy, Aug. 2003.

Casty, C., 2003: Climate in the North Atlantic/European sector since AD 1500: Reconstruction, Verification, and Uncertainties. CGD Seminar.

Cooley D., Jomelli, V., Naveau P., 2003: Extreme value for paleoclimatic data sets with an application in lichenometry. American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2003 Fall Meeting San Fransisco.

Feddema, J.J. 2003: Simulating the impacts of anthropogenic land cover change on climate, Department of Geography, Kansas Sate University, Geography Awareness Week lecture, Manhattan KS, November 21.

Feddema, J.J. 2003: Simulating Anthropogenic Land Cover Change in Global Circulation Models, Terrestrial and Sciences Section, Climate and Global Dynamics Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, July 17.

Feddema, J.J. 2003: Developing a global urbanization database and its use for developing past, present and future surface change scenarios, CCSM workshop Land Surface modeling Group, Breckenridge, CO, June 27.

Gerber, S., C.M. Ammann, F. Joos, E. Monnin, and U. Siegenthaler, 2003: Variability in Solar Forcing, Climate and Atmospheric CO2 over the past millennium. EGS/AGU Meeting, Nice.

Jomelli V., Cooley D., Naveau P., 2003: The Little Ice Age in the tropical Andes. American Geophysical Union (AGU) 2003 Fall Meeting San Fransisco. Invited talk.

Mann M.E., B. Adams, C.M. Ammann, R. Miller, S. Rutherford, G.A. Schmidt, and D.T. Shindell, 2003: Spatially and seasonally specific responses to forcing as detected in paleoclimate reconstructions of past centuries. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. Invited talk.

Mearns, L.O., D. Nychka, J. Meehl, 2003: NCAR Initiative on Weather and Climate Impact Assessment Science. NCAR Director's Committee, Boulder, Colorado. Aug 21, 2003.

Naveau P., C.M. Ammann and H.-S. Oh, 2003: Stochastic simulation of large explosive volcanic eruptions and their impacts on climate. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco.

Oh H.-S., C.M. Ammann, P. Naveau, R. Tomas and F. Joos, 2003: Statistical properties and spatial distribution of the low-frequency solar signal in paleoclimate reconstructions and a coupled model. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. Invited talk.

Wahl E and C.M. Ammann, 2003: Examination of Long-Term Proxy Stationarity Using AOGCM Output: AD 1000-1999. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco.

Wahl, E.R., N. Graham, C.M. Ammann, L. Mearns, 2003: Using AOGCM Output to Assess the Performance of Teleconnection Patterns Derived from Climate Proxies. International Conference on Earth System Modeling, Hamburg.

Wigley, T.M.L., C.M. Ammann, B. D. Santer, and S. C. B. Raper, 2003: The effect of climate sensitivity on the response to volcanic forcing. CCSM Workshop, Breckenridge, Colorado.

 

2002

Adams, B., C.M. Ammann and M.E. Mann, 2002: Using Paleoclimatic reconstructions of ENSO variability during the past few centuries to re-examine the 'Volcano-ENSO' hypothesis. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 2002.

Ammann C.M., 2002: Influence of explosive volcanism on the strength and variability of the Hadley circulation. The Hadley Circulation: Present, Past and Future. International Pacific Research Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 2002.

Feddema, J.J. 2002: Development of surface based anthropogenic climate change scenarios for GCMs, AAG annual meetings, March 23, Los Angeles, CA.

Feddema, J.J. 2002: Simulating Anthropogenic Land Cover Change in Global Circulation Models, Department of Geography, University of Iowa, Iowa City, September 19.

Feddema, J.J. 2002: Climate variability and change: from scenarios to adaptation, Presentation at the workshop on GIS in Weather, Climate and Impacts. National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, 12-14 August. www.gis.ucar.edu/02workshop/presentations/feddema/index.html

Feddema, J.J. 2002: Developing a global urbanization database and its use for developing past, present and future surface change scenarios, CCSM workshop Land Surface modeling Group, Breckenridge, CO, June 27.

Feddema, J.J. 2002: Status of Land Use Change Dataset Preparation and Experiments, CCSM workshop Land Surface modeling Group, Breckenridge, CO, June 26.

Feddema, J.J. 2002: The Value of GIS to Human Induced Surface Change Scenario Development," GIS seminar Series, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder CO.

Feddema, J.J. 2002: Developing GCM surface change scenarios using GIS, a population model and soil degradation data," Department of Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, April 12.

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