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Hasselmann, K.
Hasselmann, Klaus
Klaus Ferdinand Hasselmann (deutscher Klimaforscher, Meteorologe und Ozeanologe)
Klaus Hasselmann
Klaus Hasselmann (Duits natuurkundige)
Klaus Hasselmann (Oceanographer and climate modeller)
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1931-
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Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum Affiliation (see also from)
Hasselmann, Susanne
Institut für Geophysik Hamburg Affiliation (see also from)
Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics Riverside, Calif. Affiliation (see also from)
Inter-Union Commission on Radio Meteorology
Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie Affiliation (see also from)
Mikolajewicz, Uwe
Munk, Walter (1917-)
Munk, Walter Heinrich (1917-....))
naturwiss. F
Olbers, Dirk Jürgen
Phillips, O. M. (1930-)
Phillips, Owen M.
Phillips, Owen M. (1930-)
Storch, H. v. (1949-)
Storch, Hans von (1949-....))
Storch, Hans von (1949-)
Universität Hamburg Affiliation (see also from)
University of Cambridge Affiliation (see also from)
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Affiliation (see also from)
Titles: 
Assimilation of microwave data in atmospheric and wave models.
Assimilation of wave data into the wave model WAM using an impulse response function method
Challenge of Long-Term Climate Change, The
Climate change : Linear and nonlinear signatures
Climate-change research after Kyoto
Climate response to smoke from the burning oil wells in Kuwait.
Climate system modeling in the framework of the tolerable windows approach: The ICLIPS climate model
Climate variability and change
Comparison of assimilation results from an optimal interpolation and the Green's function method using ERS-1 SAR wave mode spectra
Computations of the response of a wave spectrum to a sudden change in wind direction
Conventional and Bayesian approach to climate change detection and attribution
Coupled ocean-atmosphere models with flux correction
Data assimilation in wave models.
Detecting anthropogenic climate change with an optimal fingerprint method
Detecting greenhouse-gas-induced climate change with an optimal fingerprint method
Detection and Attribution of Recent Climate Change: A Status Report
Detection of anthropogenic climate change using a fingerprint method
Extraction of mixed layer advection velocities, diffusion coefficients, feedback factors, and atmospheric forcing parameters from the statistical analysis of North Pacific SST anomaly fields
Extraction of wave data from ERS-1 SAR wave mode image spectra
first evaluation of ERS-1 synthetic aperture radar wave mode data, A
Gene therapy for HIV infection: what does it need to make it work?
High-frequency radar observations of sea waves travelling in opposition to the wind
Horizontal diffusion of tracers by surface waves
Impact of gene-modified T cells on HIV infection dynamics.
Implementation of an efficient scheme for calculating nonlinear transfer from wave-wave interactions.
improved algorithm for the retrieval of ocean wave spectra from synthetic aperture radar image spectra, An
Interpretation and application of SAR wave image spectra in wave models
Intertemporal accounting of climate change--harmonizing economic efficiency and climate stewardship
Interview mit Klaus Hasselmann am 15. Februar 2006
Interview mit Reimar Lüst 2. Dezember 2002
Investigation of processes governing the large-scale variability of the atmosphere using low-order barotropic spectral models as a statistical tool
Math.-naturwiss. F., Diss. - Göttingen
Mean circulation of the Hamburg LSG OGCM and its sensitivity to the thermohaline surface forcing
Measurements of wind-wave growth and swell decay during the Joint North Sea Wave Project (Jonswap).
Mechanisms of wave transformation in finite-depth water
Method for Computing the Fraction of Attributable Risk Related to Climate Damages, A
Metron Model, The : Elements of a Unified Deterministic Theory of Fields and Particles, Part 4: The Standard Model
metron model: towards a unified deterministic theory of fields and particles, The
Multi-fingerprint detection and attribution analysis of greenhouse gas, greenhouse gas-plus-aerosol and solar forced climate change
Multi-pattern fingerprint method for detection and attribution of climate change
Nonlinear and linear bottom interaction effects in shallow water
Ocean circulation and climate change
Ocean model for climate variability studies
Ocean variability and its influence on the detectability of greenhouse warming signals
On multi-fingerprint detection and attribution of greenhouse gas- and aerosol forced climate change
On the cold start problem in transient simulations with coupled atmosphere-ocean models
On the coupling between a surface wave model and a model of the mixed layer in the ocean
On the existence of a fully developed wind-sea spectrum
On the extraction of ocean wave spectra from ERS-1 SAR wave mode image spectra
On the sensitivity of the global ocean circulation to changes in the surface heat flux forcing
On the signal-to-noise problem in atmospheric response studies
On the spectral dissipation of ocean waves due to white capping.
On the spectral energy balance and numerical prediction of ocean waves
Optimal fingerprints for the detection of time dependent climate change
Optimization of CO2 emissions using coupled integral climate response and simplified cost models a sensitivity study
PIPs and POPs: the reduction of complex dynamical systems using principal interaction and oscillation patterns
Radar measurements of wind and waves
Reframing the problem of climate change from zero sum game to win-win solutions
response of synthetic aperture radar to ocean surface waves., The
Satellite data assimilation in the wave model 3G-WAM
Sensitivity study of optimal CO2 emission paths using a simplified structural integrated assessment model (SIAM)
Seventy years of exploration oceanography a prolonged weekend discussion with Walter Munk
Signal-to-noise analysis of time-dependent greenhouse warming experiments. Part 1: Pattern analysis
Significance Test for Regression Model Hierarchies.
similarity relation for the nonlinear energy transfer in a finite-depth gravity-wave spectrum, A
simple algorithm for the direct extraction of the two-dimensional surface image spectrum from the return signal of a synthetic aperture radar, A
Some problems in the numerical simulation of climate variability using high-resolution coupled models
Spectral signal to clutter and thermal noise properties of ocean wave imaging synthetic aperture radars.
Specular point scattering contribution to the mean synthetic aperture radar image of the ocean surface
Statistical analysis and intercomparison of WAM model data with global ERS-1 SAR wave mode spectral retrievals over 3 years
Statistical prediction of seasonal air temperature over Eurasia
Stern Review and the IPCC fourth assessment report: implications for interaction between policymakers and climate experts. An editorial essay, The
Stochastic dynamic analysis of polar sea ice variability
Surface Wave Environment in the GATE B/C Scale - Phase III., The
symmetrical method of computing the nonlinear transfer in a gravity wave spectrum
Techniques of Linear Prediction for Systems With Periodic Statistics.
Techniques of linear prediction, with application to oceanic and atmospheric fields in the tropical Pacific
three year global intercomparison of ERS-1 SAR wave mode spectral retrievals with WAM model data, A
Time-dependent greenhouse warming computations with a coupled ocean-atmosphere model
tolerable windows approach: Theoretical and methodological foundations, The
Turbulent fluxes through the sea surface, wave dynamics, and prediction
two-frequency microwave technique for measuring ocean-wave spectra from an airplane or satellite, The
Über eine Methode zur Bestimmung der Reflexion und Brechung von Stoßfronten und von beliebigen Wellen kleiner Wellenlängen an der Trennungsfläche zweier Medien
Validation and assimilation of Seasat altimeter wave heights using the WAM wave model.
variational technique for extracting directional spectra from multi-component wave data, A
WAM model -- a third generation ocean wave prediction model., The
Wave dynamics and radio probing of the ocean surface
Wave model fitting using the adjoint technique
What to do? Does science have a role?
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CLIMATE DYNAMICS
CLIMATIC CHANGE
EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL SPECIAL TOPICS
NATURE -LONDON-
PHYSICS ESSAYS
QUARTERLY JOURNAL- ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY
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Göttingen, Math.-naturwiss. F., Diss. v. 30. Juli 1957 (Nicht f. d. Aust.)
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ZETO