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Kathrin Wehrli
Kathrin Wehrli
Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss
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Identifying key driving processes of major recent heat waves
K Wehrli, BP Guillod, M Hauser, M Leclair, SI Seneviratne
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124 (22), 11746-11765, 2019
1202019
Storylines of the 2018 Northern Hemisphere heatwave at pre-industrial and higher global warming levels
K Wehrli, M Hauser, SI Seneviratne
Earth System Dynamics 11 (4), 855-873, 2020
362020
Assessing the dynamic versus thermodynamic origin of climate model biases
K Wehrli, BP Guillod, M Hauser, M Leclair, SI Seneviratne
Geophysical research letters 45 (16), 8471-8479, 2018
342018
Summertime Rossby waves in climate models: Substantial biases in surface imprint associated with small biases in upper-level circulation
F Luo, F Selten, K Wehrli, K Kornhuber, P Le Sager, W May, T Reerink, ...
Weather and Climate Dynamics 3 (3), 905-935, 2022
11*2022
Local and remote atmospheric responses to soil moisture anomalies in Australia
O Martius, K Wehrli, M Rohrer
Journal of Climate 34 (22), 9115-9131, 2021
102021
The ExtremeX global climate model experiment: investigating thermodynamic and dynamic processes contributing to weather and climate extremes
K Wehrli, F Luo, M Hauser, H Shiogama, D Tokuda, H Kim, D Coumou, ...
Earth System Dynamics Discussions 2021, 1-31, 2021
102021
Storylines of the 2018 Northern Hemisphere heatwave at pre-industrial and higher global warming levels, Earth Syst. Dynam., 11, 855–873
K Wehrli, M Hauser, SI Seneviratne
102020
The Swiss Alpine zero degree line: Methods, past evolution and sensitivities
SC Scherrer, S Gubler, K Wehrli, AM Fischer, S Kotlarski
International Journal of Climatology 41 (15), 6785-6804, 2021
52021
Systematic quality assessment of an operational seasonal forecasting system
K Wehrli, J Bhend, MA Liniger
MeteoSchweiz, 2017
42017
Hitze-und Trockensommer in der Schweiz: Ursachen und Folgen der Jahrhundertsommer 1947, 2003 und 2018
N Imfeld, P Stucki, S Brönnimann, S Bader, M Bürgi, P Calanca, S Gubler, ...
Geographica Bernensia 98, 2022
22022
ResCool: Klimaanpassung von Neu-, Um-und bestehenden Wohnbauten-effiziente Kühlkonzepte
M Koschenz, S Domingo-Irigoyen, M Niffeler, M Ragettli, B Flückiger, ...
Bundesamt für Energie BFE, 2021
12021
Identifying key driving processes of recent heatwaves and droughts.
K Wehrli, BP Guillod, M Hauser, M Leclair, SI Seneviratne
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
12019
Improved dynamics due to introducing a nudging approach in the Community Earth System Model (CESM) and thermodynamic origin of the remaining errors
K Wehrli, BP Guillod, M Hauser, M Leclair, SI Seneviratne
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 12237, 2018
12018
Building design in a changing climate–Future Swiss reference years for building simulations
K Wehrli, F Sidler, S Gubler, G Settembrini, M Koschenz, SD Irigoyen, ...
Climate Services 34, 100448, 2024
2024
Redefining decision making: introducing probabilistic forecast products to aviation applications
H Barras, R Attinger, G Aznar, M Irrgang, J Landmann, T Reiniger, ...
EGU24, 2024
2024
Similarity-based storylines of future climate extremes in Switzerland
S Kotlarski, A Mastai, K Wehrli, EM Fischer
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU-5133, 2023
2023
Deriving future climate reference data for the Swiss building sector
K Wehrli, S Gubler, G Settembrini, F Sidler, S Kotlarski
EMS2022, 2022
2022
Storylines of future climate extremes in Switzerland
A Mastai, K Wehrli, S Kotlarski, E Fischer
EMS2022, 2022
2022
Jet waveguides-links to persistent surface weather and sub-seasonal predictability
O Romppainen-Martius, K Kornhuber, A Tuel, K Wehrli, R White, V Wirth
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU22-1142, 2022
2022
Étés caniculaires et secs en Suisse. Causes et conséquences des étés records en 1947, 2003 et 2018
N Imfeld, P Stucki, S Brönnimann, S Bader, M Bürgi, P Calanca, S Gubler, ...
Geographica Bernensia, 2022
2022
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