Frauke Feser
Frauke Feser
Research Associate, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
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A spectral nudging technique for dynamical downscaling purposes
H von Storch, H Langenberg, F Feser
Monthly weather review 128 (10), 3664-3673, 2000
8112000
A review on regional convection‐permitting climate modeling: Demonstrations, prospects, and challenges
AF Prein, W Langhans, G Fosser, A Ferrone, N Ban, K Goergen, M Keller, ...
Reviews of geophysics 53 (2), 323-361, 2015
4742015
Regional climate models add value to global model data: a review and selected examples
F Feser, B Rockel, H von Storch, J Winterfeldt, M Zahn
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 92 (9), 1181-1192, 2011
3972011
Northeast Atlantic and North Sea storminess as simulated by a regional climate model during 1958–2001 and comparison with observations
R Weisse, H Von Storch, F Feser
Journal of Climate 18 (3), 465-479, 2005
1882005
Multi‐decadal atmospheric modeling for Europe yields multi‐purpose data
F Feser, R Weisse
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 82 (28), 305-310, 2001
1762001
Four decades of gasoline lead emissions and control policies in Europe: a retrospective assessment
H Von Storch, M Costa-Cabral, C Hagner, F Feser, J Pacyna, E Pacyna, ...
Science of the Total Environment 311 (1-3), 151-176, 2003
1712003
Storminess over the North Atlantic and northwestern Europe—A review
F Feser, M Barcikowska, O Krueger, F Schenk, R Weisse, L Xia
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 141 (687), 350-382, 2015
1662015
Uncertainties of modeling gross primary productivity over Europe: A systematic study on the effects of using different drivers and terrestrial biosphere models
M Jung, M Vetter, M Herold, G Churkina, M Reichstein, S Zaehle, P Ciais, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 21 (4), 2007
1412007
Analyzing the causes and spatial pattern of the European 2003 carbon flux anomaly using seven models
M Vetter, G Churkina, M Jung, M Reichstein, S Zaehle, A Bondeau, ...
1342008
Analyzing the causes and spatial pattern of the European 2003 carbon flux anomaly using seven models
M Vetter, G Churkina, M Jung, M Reichstein, S Zaehle, A Bondeau, ...
1342008
Inconsistencies between long-term trends in storminess derived from the 20CR reanalysis and observations
O Krueger, F Schenk, F Feser, R Weisse
Journal of Climate 26 (3), 868-874, 2013
1292013
Regional meteorological–marine reanalyses and climate change projections: Results for northern Europe and potential for coastal and offshore applications
R Weisse, H von Storch, U Callies, A Chrastansky, F Feser, I Grabemann, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 90 (6), 849-860, 2009
1232009
Enhanced detectability of added value in limited-area model results separated into different spatial scales
F Feser
Monthly weather review 134 (8), 2180-2190, 2006
1022006
Evaluation of a method to reduce uncertainty in wind hindcasts performed with regional atmosphere models
R Weisse, F Feser
Coastal Engineering 48 (4), 211-225, 2003
972003
A dynamical downscaling case study for typhoons in Southeast Asia using a regional climate model
F Feser, H von Storch
Monthly Weather Review 136 (5), 1806-1815, 2008
642008
A spatial two-dimensional discrete filter for limited-area-model evaluation purposes
F Feser, H Von Storch
Monthly weather review 133 (6), 1774-1786, 2005
572005
Usability of best track data in climate statistics in the western North Pacific
M Barcikowska, F Feser, H Von Storch
Monthly weather review 140 (9), 2818-2830, 2012
412012
The influence of spectral nudging on typhoon formation in regional climate models
F Feser, M Barcikowska
Environmental Research Letters 7 (1), 014024, 2012
392012
Relationship between SAR-derived wind vectors and wind at 10-m height represented by a mesoscale model
W Koch, F Feser
Monthly weather review 134 (5), 1505-1517, 2006
382006
Regional modelling of the western Pacific typhoon season 2004
F Feser, H von Storch
Meteorologische Zeitschrift 17 (4), 519-528, 2008
342008
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