|A novel bias correction methodology for climate impact simulations|
S Sippel, FEL Otto, M Forkel, MR Allen, BP Guillod, M Heimann, ...
Earth System Dynamics 7, 71-88, 2016
|Beyond climatological extremes-assessing how the odds of hydrometeorological extreme events in South-East Europe change in a warming climate|
S Sippel, FEL Otto
Climatic Change 125 (3-4), 381-398, 2014
|Do water-saving ground cover rice production systems increase grain yields at regional scales?|
M Liu, S Lin, M Dannenmann, Y Tao, G Saiz, Q Zuo, S Sippel, J Wei, ...
Field crops research 150, 19-28, 2013
|Quantifying changes in climate variability and extremes: Pitfalls and their overcoming|
S Sippel, J Zscheischler, M Heimann, FEL Otto, J Peters, MD Mahecha
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (22), 9990-9998, 2015
|Impacts of droughts and extreme temperature events on gross primary production and ecosystem respiration: A systematic assessment across ecosystems and climate zones|
J von Buttlar, J Zscheischler, A Rammig, S Sippel, M Reichstein, A Knohl, ...
Biogeosciences Discussions, 2017
|Nitrogen dynamics at undisturbed and burned Mediterranean shrublands of Salento Peninsula, Southern Italy|
M Dannenmann, G Willibald, S Sippel, K Butterbach-Bahl
Plant and soil 343 (1-2), 5-15, 2011
|Refining multi-model projections of temperature extremes by evaluation against land-atmosphere coupling diagnostics|
S Sippel, J Zscheischler, MD Mahecha, R Orth, M Reichstein, M Vogel, ...
Earth System Dynamics 8 (2), 387-403, 2017
|Stakeholder perspectives on the attribution of extreme weather events: an explorative enquiry|
S Sippel, P Walton, FEL Otto
Weather, climate, and society 7 (3), 224-237, 2015
|Ecosystem impacts of climate extremes crucially depend on the timing|
S Sippel, J Zscheischler, M Reichstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (21), 5768-5770, 2016
|Combining large model ensembles with extreme value statistics to improve attribution statements of rare events|
S Sippel, D Mitchell, MT Black, AJ Dittus, L Harrington, N Schaller, ...
Weather and climate extremes 9, 25-35, 2015
|Detecting impacts of extreme events with ecological in situ monitoring networks|
MD Mahecha, F Gans, S Sippel, JF Donges, T Kaminski, S Metzger, ...
Biogeosciences 14 (18), 4255-4277, 2017
|Have precipitation extremes and annual totals been increasing in the world's dry regions over the last 60 years?|
S Sippel, J Zscheischler, M Heimann, H Lange, MD Mahecha, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1609.00154, 2016
|Asymmetric responses of primary productivity to altered precipitation simulated by ecosystem models across three long-term grassland sites|
D Wu, P Ciais, N Viovy, AK Knapp, KR Wilcox, M Bahn, MD Smith, S Vicca, ...
Biogeosciences 15 (11), 3421-3437, 2018
|Contrasting and interacting changes in simulated spring and summer carbon cycle extremes in European ecosystems|
S Sippel, M Forkel, A Rammig, K Thonicke, M Flach, M Heimann, FEL Otto, ...
Environmental Research Letters 12 (7), 075006, 2017
|The role of anthropogenic warming in 2015 central European heat waves|
S Sippel, FEL Otto, M Flach, GJ van Oldenborgh
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 97 (12), S51-S56, 2016
|Contrasting biosphere responses to hydrometeorological extremes: revisiting the 2010 western Russian heatwave|
M Flach, S Sippel, F Gans, A Bastos, A Brenning, M Reichstein, ...
Biogeosciences 16, 6067-6085, 2018
|Drought, heat, and the carbon cycle: A review|
S Sippel, M Reichstein, X Ma, MD Mahecha, H Lange, M Flach, D Frank
Current Climate Change Reports 4 (3), 266-286, 2018
|Extreme heat-related mortality avoided under Paris Agreement goals|
D Mitchell, C Heaviside, N Schaller, M Allen, KL Ebi, EM Fischer, ...
Nature climate change 8 (7), 551-553, 2018
|Ground cover rice production systems increase soil carbon and nitrogen stocks at regional scale|
M Liu, M Dannenmann, S Lin, G Saiz, G Yan, Z Yao, DE Pelster, H Tao, ...
Biogeosciences 12 (15), 4831-4840, 2015
|From hazard to risk|
J Sillmann, S Russo, S Sippel, K Alnes
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99 (8), 1689-1693, 2018