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Patrick Scholz
Patrick Scholz
PostDoc Alfred Wegener Institut für Polar und Meeresforschung
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The European 2015 drought from a climatological perspective
M Ionita, LM Tallaksen, DG Kingston, JH Stagge, G Laaha, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (3), 1397-1419, 2017
2552017
Assessment of droughts in Romania using the Standardized Precipitation Index
M Ionita, P Scholz, S Chelcea
Natural Hazards 81, 1483-1498, 2016
1032016
The relative influence of atmospheric and oceanic model resolution on the circulation of the North Atlantic Ocean in a coupled climate model
DV Sein, NV Koldunov, S Danilov, D Sidorenko, C Wekerle, W Cabos, ...
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 10 (8), 2026-2041, 2018
532018
Predicting the June 2013 European flooding based on precipitation, soil moisture, and sea level pressure
M Ionita, M Dima, G Lohmann, P Scholz, N Rimbu
Journal of Hydrometeorology 16 (2), 598-614, 2015
532015
Evaluation of FESOM2. 0 coupled to ECHAM6. 3: preindustrial and HighResMIP simulations
D Sidorenko, HF Goessling, NV Koldunov, P Scholz, S Danilov, D Barbi, ...
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 11 (11), 3794-3815, 2019
512019
Linkages between atmospheric blocking, sea ice export through Fram Strait and the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation
M Ionita, P Scholz, G Lohmann, M Dima, M Prange
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 32881, 2016
502016
Past megadroughts in central Europe were longer, more severe and less warm than modern droughts
M Ionita, M Dima, V Nagavciuc, P Scholz, G Lohmann
Communications Earth & Environment 2 (1), 61, 2021
462021
Fast EVP solutions in a high‐resolution sea ice model
NV Koldunov, S Danilov, D Sidorenko, N Hutter, M Losch, H Goessling, ...
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 11 (5), 1269-1284, 2019
322019
Evaluation of a Finite-Element Sea-Ice Ocean Model (FESOM) set-up to study the interannual to decadal variability in the deep-water formation rates
P Scholz, G Lohmann, Q Wang, S Danilov
Ocean Dynamics 63, 347-370, 2013
302013
Eddy kinetic energy in the Arctic Ocean from a global simulation with a 1‐km Arctic
Q Wang, NV Koldunov, S Danilov, D Sidorenko, C Wekerle, P Scholz, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 47 (14), e2020GL088550, 2020
292020
Scalability and some optimization of the Finite-volumE Sea ice–Ocean Model, Version 2.0 (FESOM2)
NV Koldunov, V Aizinger, N Rakowsky, P Scholz, D Sidorenko, S Danilov, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 12 (9), 3991-4012, 2019
272019
Spatio‐temporal variability of dryness/wetness in the Danube River Basin
M Ionita, P Scholz, S Chelcea
Hydrological Processes 29 (20), 4483-4497, 2015
272015
Dominant modes of Diurnal Temperature Range variability over Europe and their relationships with large‐scale atmospheric circulation and sea surface temperature anomaly patterns
M Ionita, G Lohmann, N Rimbu, P Scholz
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 117 (D15), 2012
262012
Long-term drought intensification over Europe driven by the weakening trend of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation
M Ionita, V Nagavciuc, P Scholz, M Dima
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 42, 101176, 2022
222022
Vanishing river ice cover in the lower part of the Danube basin–signs of a changing climate
M Ionita, CA Badaluta, P Scholz, S Chelcea
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 7948, 2018
212018
Evidence of sea ice-driven terrigenous detritus accumulation and deep ventilation changes in the southern Okhotsk Sea during the last 180 ka
J Zou, X Shi, A Zhu, MT Chen, S Kao, Y Wu, K Selvaraj, P Scholz, Y Bai, ...
Journal of Asian Earth Sciences 114, 541-548, 2015
212015
September Arctic sea ice minimum prediction–a skillful new statistical approach
M Ionita, K Grosfeld, P Scholz, R Treffeisen, G Lohmann
Earth System Dynamics 10 (1), 189-203, 2019
192019
Moisture transport and Antarctic sea ice: austral spring 2016 event
M Ionita, P Scholz, K Grosfeld, R Treffeisen
Earth System Dynamics 9 (3), 939-954, 2018
192018
Assessment of the Finite-volumE Sea ice-Ocean Model (FESOM2. 0)–Part 1: Description of selected key model elements and comparison to its predecessor version
P Scholz, D Sidorenko, O Gurses, S Danilov, N Koldunov, Q Wang, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 12 (11), 4875-4899, 2019
182019
Scalability and some optimization of the Finite-volumE Sea ice–Ocean Model, Version 2.0 (FESOM2), Geosci. Model Dev., 12, 3991–4012, 10.5194
NV Koldunov, V Aizinger, N Rakowsky, P Scholz, D Sidorenko, S Danilov, ...
gmd-12-3991-2019, 2019
172019
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