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Nina Nadine Ridder
Nina Nadine Ridder
ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes
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A typology of compound weather and climate events
J Zscheischler, O Martius, S Westra, E Bevacqua, C Raymond, RM Horton, ...
Nature reviews earth & environment 1 (7), 333-347, 2020
7172020
Global hotspots for the occurrence of compound events
NN Ridder, AJ Pitman, S Westra, A Ukkola, HX Do, M Bador, AL Hirsch, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 5956, 2020
1752020
Increased occurrence of high impact compound events under climate change
NN Ridder, AM Ukkola, AJ Pitman, SE Perkins-Kirkpatrick
Npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 5 (1), 3, 2022
912022
Evolutionary leap in large‐scale flood risk assessment needed
S Vorogushyn, PD Bates, K de Bruijn, A Castellarin, H Kreibich, S Priest, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 5 (2), e1266, 2018
832018
Do CMIP6 climate models simulate global or regional compound events skillfully?
NN Ridder, AJ Pitman, AM Ukkola
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (2), e2020GL091152, 2021
732021
The role of atmospheric rivers in compound events consisting of heavy precipitation and high storm surges along the Dutch coast
N Ridder, H De Vries, S Drijfhout
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 18 (12), 3311-3326, 2018
542018
Storm surge and extreme river discharge: A compound event analysis using ensemble impact modeling
S Khanal, N Ridder, H De Vries, W Terink, B Van den Hurk
Frontiers in Earth Science 7, 224, 2019
422019
Sensitivity of ocean oxygenation to variations in tropical zonal wind stress magnitude
NN Ridder, MH England
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 28 (9), 909-926, 2014
302014
Projected changes in the frequency of climate extremes over southeast Australia
N Herold, SM Downes, MH Gross, F Ji, N Nishant, I Macadam, NN Ridder, ...
Environmental Research Communications 3 (1), 011001, 2021
252021
CMIP6 MultiModel Evaluation of Present‐Day Heatwave Attributes
AL Hirsch, NN Ridder, SE Perkins‐Kirkpatrick, A Ukkola
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (22), e2021GL095161, 2021
242021
Acute climate risks in the financial system: examining the utility of climate model projections
AJ Pitman, T Fiedler, N Ranger, C Jakob, NN Ridder, ...
Environmental Research: Climate, 2022
192022
Global hotspots for the occurrence of compound events, Nat. Commun., 11, 5956
NN Ridder, AJ Pitman, S Westra, A Ukkola, HX Do, M Bador, AL Hirsch, ...
182020
Understanding the spatial variation of sea level rise in the N orth S ea using satellite altimetry
P Sterlini, D Le Bars, H de Vries, N Ridder
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 122 (8), 6498-6511, 2017
182017
Combined role of ENSO and IOD on compound drought and heatwaves in Australia using two CMIP6 large ensembles
PJ Reddy, SE Perkins-Kirkpatrick, NN Ridder, JJ Sharples
Weather and Climate Extremes 37, 100469, 2022
162022
Extreme storm surge modelling in the North Sea: The role of the sea state, forcing frequency and spatial forcing resolution
N Ridder, H de Vries, S Drijfhout, H van den Brink, E van Meijgaard, ...
Ocean Dynamics 68, 255-272, 2018
132018
Storm surge and extreme river discharge: a compound event analysis using ensemble impact modelling
S Khanal, N Ridder, H de Vries, W Terink, B van den Hurk
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 2018, 1-25, 2018
122018
High impact compound events in Australia
NN Ridder, AJ Pitman, AM Ukkola
Weather and Climate Extremes 36, 100457, 2022
112022
Global hotspots for the occurrence of compound events, Nat. Commun., 11, 1–10
NN Ridder, AJ Pitman, S Westra, A Ukkola, XD Hong, M Bador, AL Hirsch, ...
82020
Sensitivity of the oceanic carbon reservoir to tropical surface wind stress variations
NN Ridder, KJ Meissner, MH England
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (10), 2218-2223, 2013
62013
Three ways forward to improve regional information for extreme events: An early career perspective
GS Langendijk, C Aubry-Wake, M Osman, C Gulizia, F Attig-Bahar, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 7, 434096, 2019
52019
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