Published papers acknowledging the XAIDA project

Bevacqua, E., Zappa, G., Lehner, F., Zscheischler, J. (2022) Precipitation trends determine future occurrences of compound hot–dry events. Nature Climate Change.


Bevacqua et al. (2021). Guidelines for Studying Diverse Types of Compound Weather and Climate Events. Earth’s Future. Volume 9, Issue 11. 25 October 2021.


Sippel, S., Meinshausen, N., Székely, E., Fischer, E., Pendergrass, A. G., Lehner, F., and Knutti, R. (2021). Robust detection of forced warming in the presence of potentially large climate variabilityScience Advances. 7, eabh4429.


Zscheischler & Lehner (2021). Attributing compound events to anthropogenic climate change. BAMS.

Pre-prints and work documents

Sébastien Gardoll, Olivier Boucher (2022). Classification of tropical cyclone containing images using a convolutional neural network: performance and sensitivity to the learning dataset. EGU sphere.

Davide Faranda, Stella Bourdin, Mireia Ginesta, Meriem Krouma, Gabriele Messori, et al. (2022). A climate-change attribution retrospective of some impactful weather extremes of 2021hal-03558636⟩.

Davide Faranda, Gabriele Messori, Pascal Yiou, Soulivanh Thao, Flavio Pons, Berengere Dubrulle. (2022) Hurricanes as unstable fixed points of the tropical atmospheric dynamicshal-03219409v2⟩.
Davide Faranda, Gabriele Messori, Stella Bourdin, Mathieu Vrac, Soulivanh Thao, Jacopo Riboldi, Sebastien Fromang, Pascal Yiou. (2022). Correcting biases in tropical cyclone intensities in low-resolution datasets using dynamical systems metrics. ⟨hal-03631098⟩ 
Robert Vautard, Geert Jan van Oldenborgh, Rémy Bonnet, Sihan Li, Yoann Robin, Sarah Kew, Sjoukje Philip, Jean-Michel Soubeyroux, Brigitte Dubuisson, Nicolas Viovy, Markus Reichstein, Friederike Otto, and Iñaki Garcia de Cortazar-Atauri (2022). Human influence on growing-period frosts like the early April 2021 in Central France, Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss.
In review, 2022.
Camille Cadiou, Nemo Malhomme, Robin Noyelle, Davide Faranda. (2022). Challenges in attributing the 2022 Australian rain bombs to climate change. ⟨hal-03722233⟩