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    • Evaluation of FESOM2.0 Coupled to ECHAM6.3: Preindustrial and HighResMIP Simulations 

      Sidorenko, D.ORCIDiD; Goessling, H.F.ORCIDiD; Koldunov, N.V.ORCIDiD; Scholz, P.; Danilov, S.ORCIDiD; Barbi, D.; Cabos, W.; Gurses, O.ORCIDiD; Harig, S.; Hinrichs, C.ORCIDiD; Juricke, S.ORCIDiD; Lohmann, G.ORCIDiD; Losch, M.ORCIDiD; Mu, L.ORCIDiD; Rackow, T.ORCIDiD; Rakowsky, N.; Sein, D.ORCIDiD; Semmler, T.ORCIDiD; Shi, X.ORCIDiD; Stepanek, C.ORCIDiD; Streffing, J.; Wang, Q.ORCIDiD; Wekerle, C.ORCIDiD; Yang, H.; Jung, T.ORCIDiD (Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 2019)
      A new global climate model setup using FESOM2.0 for the sea ice-ocean component and ECHAM6.3 for the atmosphere and land surface has been developed. Replacing FESOM1.4 by FESOM2.0 promises a higher efficiency of the new ...
    • Fast EVP Solutions in a High-Resolution Sea Ice Model 

      Koldunov, Nikolay V.ORCIDiD; Danilov, SergeyORCIDiD; Sidorenko, DmitryORCIDiD; Hutter, NilsORCIDiD; Losch, MartinORCIDiD; Goessling, HelgeORCIDiD; Rakowsky, NataljaORCIDiD; Scholz, PatrickORCIDiD; Sein, DmitryORCIDiD; Wang, QiangORCIDiD; Jung, ThomasORCIDiD (Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 2019)
      Sea ice dynamics determine the drift and deformation of sea ice. Nonlinear physics, usually expressed in a viscous-plastic rheology, makes the sea ice momentum equations notoriously difficult to solve. At increasing sea ...
    • Simulated Signatures of Greenland Melting in the North Atlantic: A Model Comparison With Argo Floats, Satellite Observations, and Ocean Reanalysis 

      Stolzenberger, SophieORCIDiD; Rietbroek, RoelofORCIDiD; Wekerle, ClaudiaORCIDiD; Uebbing, BerndORCIDiD; Kusche, JürgenORCIDiD (Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 2022-11-22)
      Increased Greenland ice sheet melting has an impact on global mean and regional sea level rise and the ocean circulation. In this study, we explore whether Greenland melting signatures found in ocean model simulations are ...