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Müller-Plath, G., Lüdecke, H.-J., Lüning, S., 2022. Long‑distance air pressure differences correlate with European rain, Nature Scientific Reports, 12:10191, open unter https://rdcu.be/cPQzt, Supplement (hier).

Lüdecke, H.-J., Müller-Plath, G., Wallace, M.G., Lüning, S., 2021. Decadal and multidecadal natural variability of African rainfall, Journal of Hydrology: Regional studies 34, 100795. open unter https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2214581821000240

Lüdecke, H.-J., Cina, R., Dammschneider, H.-J., Lüning, S., 2020. Decadal and multidecadal natural variability in European temperature, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 205, 105294.

Laurenz, L., Lüdecke, H.-J. , Lüning, S., 2019. Influence of solar activity changes on European rainfall, Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics 185, 29-42, (hier) sowie Supplement.

Lüdecke, H.-J., Weiss, C.O., 2018. PPTX-Poster-Template-A0-1 auf der Konferenz der Europäischen Geophysikalischen Union in Wien (2018) in der Session CL0.00 „Past Climate“, von 9:00h bis 20:30 h am 9. 5.2018 unter Anwesenheit einer der beiden Autoren (Prof. Weiss) gezeigt und erläutert.

Lüdecke, H.-J., Weiss, C.O., 2017. Harmonic analysis of worldwide temperature proxies for 2000 years, The Open Atmospheric Science Journal, 11, p. 44-53, (hier).

Lüdecke, H.-J. , Weiss, C.O., 2016. Simple model for the antropogenically forced CO2 cycle, tested on measured quantities, Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International, 8(4), 1-12, (hier).

Lüdecke, H.-J. , Weiss, C.O., Zhao, X., Feng, X., 2016. Centennial cycles observed in temperature data from Antarctica to central Europe, Polarforschung (Alfred Wegener Institut Bremerhaven), 85 (2), 179-181, (hier).

Lüdecke, H.-J., Hempelmann, A. Weiss, C.O., 2015. Paleoclimate forcing by the solar de Vries / Suess cycle, Climate of the Past Discussion (European Geosciences Union), 11, 279-305, (hier).

Weber, W., Lüdecke, H.-J., Weiss, C.O., 2015. A simple model of the anthropogenically forced CO2 cycle, Earth System Dynamics Discussion (European Geosciences Union), 6, 1-20, (hier).

Glatzle, A., 2015. Reconsidering livestock’s role in climate change, Journal of Fisheries and Livestock Production, 3:2.

Glatzle, A., 2014. Questioning key conclusions of FAO publications ‘Livestock’s Long Shadow’ (2006) appearing again in ‘Tackling Climate Change Through Livestock’ (2013), Pastoralism, Policy and Practice, 4:1, (hier).

Glatzle, A., 2014. Severe methodological deficiencies associated with claims of domestic livestock driving climate change, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering B 2, p. 586-601, (hier).

Limburg, M., 2014. New systematic errors in anomalies of global mean temperature time-series, Energy & Environment, 25, No. 1.

Glatzle, A., (2014). Planet at risk from grazing animals?, Tropical Grasslands – Forrajes Tropicales, Vol. 2, p. 60-62, (hier)

Lüdecke, H.-J., Hempelmann, A., Weiss, C.O., 2013. Multi-periodic climate dynamics: spectral analysis of long-term instrumental and proxy temperature records, Climate of the Past (European Geosciences Union), 9, 447-452, (hier).

Link, R., Lüdecke, H.-J., 2011. A new basic 1-dimension 1-layer model obtains excellent agreement with the observed Earth temperature, International Journal of Modern Physics C, Vol. 22, No. 5, p. 449, (hier).

Lüdecke, H.-J., 2011. Long-term instrumental and reconstructed temperature records contradict anthropogenic global warming, Energy & Environment 22, No, 6, (hier).

Lüdecke, H.-J., Link, R., Ewert, F.-K., 2011. How natural is the recent centennial warming? An Analysis of 2249 Surface Temperature Records, International Journal of Modern Physics C, Vol. 22, No. 10, (hier).

 

Die EIKE-Autoren sind: Prof. Dr. Friedrich-Karl Ewert, Dr. Albrecht Glatzle, Dr. Rainer Link, Dipl.-Ing. Michael Limburg, Prof. Dr. Horst-Joachim Lüdecke, Prof. Dr. Gisela Müller-Plath und Prof. Dr. Carl Otto Weiss. Alle weiteren Autoren sind extern.

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