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Publikationen 2016

Chen L, Yu B, Yang F, Mayer H, 2016: Intra-urban differences of mean radiant temperature in different urban settings in Shanghai and implications for heat stress under heat waves: A GIS-based approach. Energy and Buildings, 130: 829-842.

Jung C, 2016: High spatial resolution simulation of annual wind energy yield using near-surface wind speed time series. Energies, 9: 344.

Jung C, Schindler D, 2016: Modelling monthly near-surface maximum daily gust speed distributions in Southwest Germany. International Journal of Climatology, 36: 4058-4070.

Jung C, Schindler D, Albrecht AT, Buchholz A, 2016: The Role of Highly-Resolved Gust Speed in Simulations of Storm Damage in Forests at the Landscape Scale: A Case Study from Southwest Germany.Atmosphere, 7(1): 7.

Lee H, Mayer J, 2016: Validation of the mean radiant temperature simulated by the RayMan software in urban Environments. International Journal of Biometeorology, 60: 1775-1785.

Lee H, Mayer H, Chen L, 2016: Contribution of trees and grasslands to the mitigation of human heat stress in a residential district of Freiburg, Southwest Germany. Landscape and Urban Planning, 148: 37-50.

Lee H, Oertel A, Mayer H, Kapp R, Reuter U, Schmid M, Schulze Dieckhoff R, 2016, Steinerstauch B, Lampen T, 2016: Evaluation method for the human-biometeorological quality of urban areas facing summer heat. Gefahrstoffe - Reinhaltung der Luft, 7-8: 275-282.

Karagiorgos K, Fuchs S, Kitikidou K, Maris F, Paparrizos S, Thaler Th, 2016: Assessment of flood risk perceptions and adaptation capacity: a comparative study between rural and peri-urban areas in Greece.Hydrology and Earth System Science Discussions, DOI: 10.5194/hess-2016-298.

Mölter T, Schindler D, Albrecht AT, Kohnle U, 2016: Review on the Projections of Future Storminess over the North Atlantic European Region. Atmosphere, 7: 60. 

Mohr M, Schindler D, 2016: Coherent Momentum Exchange above and within a Scots Pine Forest. Atmosphere 7(4): 61.

Mohr M, Laemmel T, Maier M, Schindler D, 2016: Analysis of Air Pressure Fluctuations and Topsoil Gas Concentrations within a Scots Pine Forest. Atmosphere, 7: 125.

Paparrizos S, Matzarakis A, 2016: Assessment of future climate change impacts on the hydrological regime of selected Greek areas with different climate conditions. Hydrology Research DOI: 10.2166/nh.2016.018

Paparrizos S, Matzarakis A, 2016: Present and future assessment of Growing Degree Days over selected Greek areas with different climate conditions. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, DOI: 10.1007/s00703-016-0475-8. 

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Matzarakis A, 2016: Mapping of drought for Sperchios River basin in Central Greece. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 61(5): 881-891

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Matzarakis A, 2016: Growing Degree Days and precipitation as assessment factors for future responses in agriculture in Evros region, Greece. In: Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Civil Protection (SafeEvros2016). Alexandroupoli, Greece 22-25 June 2016, 9.

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Matzarakis A, 2016: Integrated analysis of present and future responses of precipitation over selected Greek areas with different climate conditions. Atmospheric Research, 169: 199-208.

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Matzarakis A, 2016: Integrated analysis and mapping of aridity over Greek areas with different climate conditions. Global NEST Journal, 18(1), 131-145.

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Matzarakis A, 2016: Sensitivity analysis and comparison of various Potential Evapotranspiration formulae for selected Greek areas with different climate conditions. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI: 10.1007/s00704-015-1728-z

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Matzarakis A, 2016: A downscaling technique for climatological data in areas with complex topography and limited data. International Journal of Engineering Research and Development (In press)

Paparrizos S, Maris F, Weiler M, Matzarakis A, 2016: Analysis and mapping of present and future drought conditions over Greek areas with different climate conditions. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, DOI: 10.1007/s00016-1964-x704-

Schindler D., Jung C., Buchholz, A., 2016: Using highly resolved maximum gust speed as predictor for forest storm damage caused by the high-impact winter storm Lothar in Southwest Germany. Atmospheric Science Letters, 17: 462-469.

Yang SQ, Matzarakis A, 2016: Implementation of human thermal comfort information in Köppen-Geiger climate classification-the example of China. International Journal of Biometeorology, DOI: 10.1007/s00484-016-1155-6

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