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  List of Accepted Contributions - NP2.04 Dynamical systems theory and ULFV in the atmosphere (co-listed in AS, CL & OS)

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Brojewski, R.; Jakubiak, B.; Jasinski, J.
Absolutely stable explicit scheme for the diffusion equation

Pierini, S.
Global bifurcations in a double-gyre model of the Kuroshio Extension

Dethloff, K.; GLIMPSE
Dynamical links between the Arctic and the global climate system and influences on atmospheric low-frequency variability

Knopf, B. ; Flechsig, M.
Multi parameter uncertainty analysis of a bifurcation point

Hachay, Olga
Monitoring of structure and state of geological medium,research of selforganization.

Sempf, M.; Dethloff, K.; Handorf, D.; Kurgansky, M. V.
On the origin of atmospheric regime behavior: multiple equilibria or chaotic itinerancy?

lucarini, v; speranza, a; vitolo, r
Physical and mathematical properties of a quasi-geostrophic model of intermediate complexity of the mid-latitudes atmospheric circulation

Handorf, D.; Dethloff, K. ; Sempf, M.; Benkel, A.; Zorita, E.; Stendel, M.; Hesselberg-Christensen, J.
The Influence of improved Arctic Parameterizations on the regime Behaviour of coupled Atmosphere-Ocean GCMs

Plaut, G.
The role of large scale circulation changes in the global warming increase of extreme heatwaves over western Europe

Raible, C. C.; Casty, C.; Stocker, T. F.; Wanner, H.; Luterbacher, J.
Independent reconstruced European pattern climatology 1766-2000

Kravtsov, S.
Eddy-driven coupled variability in a mid-latitude climate model

Kravtsov, S.
Bimodal behavior in the Northern Hemisphere's zonal-mean zonal flow and its possible association with decadal-scale coupled climate variability

Branstator, G.
Patterns of interannual variability in a changing climate

Ross, I.; Valdes, P. J.; Wiggins, S.
Towards a framework for stochastic bifurcation analysis of atmospheric models

Yajima, T.; Nagahama, H.
Differential geometry of nonlinear dynamical systems: Rikitake dynamo system and Lorentz model

D'Andrea, F.
A simple model of coupled ocean-atmosphere decadal variability in midlatitudes

Huybers, P. ; Curry, W.
Links between the Annual, Milankovitch, and Continuum of Temperature Variability

Kwasniok, F.
Nonlinear Stochastic Low-Order Models of Atmospheric Low-Frequency Variability

Crommelin, D.T.; Vanden-Eijnden, E.
Reconstruction of effective stochastic dynamics from data, with application to subgrid-scale modeling.

Crommelin, D.T.; Vanden-Eijnden, E.
Effective drifts and diffusions for large-scale variability patterns

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