Papers WS 2016

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2016-10-25 (Miriam)
Sulca, J., Vuille, M., Silva, Y. and Takahashi, K.: Teleconnections between the Peruvian Central Andes and Northeast Brazil during Extreme Rainfall Events in Austral Summer, J. Hydrometeorol., 17(2), 499–515, 2016.
2016-11-08 (Max)
Insel, N., Poulsen, C. J., & Ehlers, T. a. (2010). Influence of the Andes Mountains on South American moisture transport, convection, and precipitation. Climate Dynamics, 35, 1477–1492.
2016-11-15 (Michaela)
to interannual climate variability, Clim. Dyn., 46(11–12), 3709–3723.
2016-11-22 (Maria)
Garreaud, R. (1999): Multiscale Analysis of the Summertime Precipitation over the Central Andes, Mon. Weather Rev., 127(5), 901-921.
2016-11-29 (Daniel)
Rougier, N. P., Droettboom, M. and Bourne, P. E.: Ten Simple Rules for Better Figures, PLoS Comput. Biol., 10(9), e1003833, 2014.
Stauffer, R., Mayr, G. J., Dabernig, M. and Zeileis, A.: Somewhere over the rainbow: How to make effective use of colors in meteorological visualizations, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 96(2), 203-216, 2015.
2016-12-13 (Edoardo)
Farinotti, D., & Huss, M. (2013). An upper-bound estimate for the accuracy of glacier volume-area scaling. Cryosphere, 7(6), 1707–1720.
2017-01-10 (Carolina)
Koenig, L. S., Ivanoff, A., Alexander, P. M., MacGregor, J. A., Fettweis, X., Panzer, B., Paden, J. D., Forster, R. R., Das, I., McConnell, J. R., Tedesco, M., Leuschen, C. and Gogineni, P.: Annual Greenland accumulation rates (2009-2012) from airborne snow radar, Cryosphere, 10(4), 1739–1752, doi:10.5194/tc-10-1739-2016, 2016.
2017-01-17 (Florian)
Roe, G. H., Baker, M. B. and Herla, F.: Centennial glacier retreat as categorical evidence of regional climate change, Nat. Geosci., 1(December), doi:10.1038/ngeo2863, 2016.
2017-01-24 (Christopher)
Wilks, D. S.: “The Stippling Shows Statistically Significant Grid Points”: How Research Results are Routinely Overstated and Overinterpreted, and What to Do about It, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 97(12), 2263–2273, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00267.1, 2016.