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Lecture Notes:

IPCC 5th Assessment Report, Working Groups I and II: (all material available at

Articles in Reviewed Journals:

  • Lehner, F., C.C. Raible, D. Hofer, T.F. Stocker, 2012, The freshwater balance of polar regions in transient simulations from 1500 to 2100 AD using a comprehensive coupled climate model. Climate Dyn. 39, 347-363. PDF (1.8 MB)

  • Raible, C.C., S. Kleppek, M. Wüest, D.N. Bresch, A. Kitoh, H. Murakami, T.F. Stocker, 2012, Atlantic hurricanes and associated insurance loss potentials in future climate scenarios: Limitation of high-resolved AGCM simulations. Tellus 64, 15672. PDF (1.3 MB)

  • Wilmes, S.B., C.C. Raible, T. F. Stocker, 2012, Climate variability of the mid- and high-latitudes of the southern hemisphere in ensemble simulations from 1500 to 2000 AD. Clim. Past 8, 373-390. PDF (4.7 MB)

  • Schmitt, J., R. Schneider, J. Elsig, D. Leuenberger, A. Lourantou, J. Chappellaz, P. Köhler, F. Joos, T.F. Stocker, M. Leuenberger, H. Fischer, 2012, Carbon isotope constraints on the deglacial CO2 rise from ice cores. Science 336, 711-714. PDF (1.6 MB), Perspective in Science PDF (0.4 MB)

  • Lehner, F., C.C. Raible, T.F. Stocker, 2012, Testing the robustness of a precipitation proxy-based North Atlantic Oscillation reconstruction. Quat. Sci. Rev. 45, 85-94. PDF (3.8 MB)

  • Bereiter, B., D. Lüthi, M. Siegrist, S. Schüpbach, T.F. Stocker, H. Fischer, 2012, Mode change of millennial CO2 variability during the last glacial cycle associated with a bipolar marine carbon seesaw. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 109, 9755-9760. PDF (2.2 MB), Supporting Information PDF (0.6 MB)

  • Rempfer, J., T.F. Stocker, F. Joos, J.-C. Dutay, 2012, On the relationship between Nd isotopic composition and ocean overturning circulation in idealized freshwater discharge events. Paleoceanogr., PA3211. PDF (6.2 MB)

  • Capron, E., A. Landais, J. Chappellaz, D. Burion, H. Fischer, S.J. Johnsen, J. Jouzel, M. Leuenberger, V. Masson-Delmotte, T. F. Stocker, 2012, A global picture of the first abrupt climatic event occurring during the last glacial inception. Geophys. Res. Lett., L15703. PDF (0.8 MB)

  • Baumgartner, M., A. Schilt, O. Eicher, J. Schmitt, J. Schwander, R. Spahni, H. Fischer, T.F. Stocker, 2012, High-resolution interpolar difference of atmospheric methane around the Last Glacial Maximum. Biogeosciences 9, 3961-3977. PDF (9.2 MB)

  • Rempfer, J., T.F. Stocker, F. Joos, J.-C. Dutay, 2012, Sensitivity of Nd isotopic composition in seawater to changes in Nd sources and paleoceanographic implications. J. Geophys. Res. 117, C12010. PDF (1.4 MB)

  • Stocker, T.F., 2012, The closing door of climate targets. Science, (Sciencexpress, November 29). PDF (0.5 MB). Figures in high quality: PDF (0.5 MB)

Other Articles:

  • Stocker, T., 2012, "The Scientist's Dilemma". Keynote Address at the occasion of the Award Ceremony of the National Latsis Prize 2011, 12 January 2012, City Hall Berne. PDF (0.1 MB)

  • Stocker, T., 2012, "Wenn es kalt wird, wird die Frage gestellt, ob es den Klimawandel gibt". Samstagsinterview 25.2.2012, Der Bund, Ausgabe 25.2.2012, 2-3. PDF (2.6 MB)

  • Stocker, T., 2012, "Tausende Beobachtungen belegen menschengemachten Klimawandel". Tagesanzeiger, Ausgabe 20.3.2012, 38. PDF (1.8 MB)

  • Stocker, T., 2012, "Das Hausdach ist auch ein Kraftwerk". Eco2Friendly Magazin, Ausgabe Frühling/Sommer 2012, 18-23. PDF (2.3 MB)

  • Würsten, F., 2012, "Mut zur Prognose". Horizonte, Juni 2012, 26-27. PDF (1.3 MB)

  • Stocker, T., 2012, "Klimaschutz als Chance". 20 Minuten, Ausgabe 15.6.2012, 23. PDF (0.2 MB)

  • Stocker, T., U. Winzenried, 2012, "Das Problem nur der anderen". Credit Suisse Bulletin, Ausgabe 4/12. PDF (0.2 MB)

  • Stocker, T., 2012, "Avec le climat Obama pourrait laisser une trace dans l'histoire". L'Hébdo, Ausgabe 22.11.2012, 22-23. PDF (0.2 MB)

  • Stocker, T., 2012, "Wir dürfen ruhig sagen, dass wir die Besten sein wollen". Zentralschweiz am Sonntag, Ausgabe 9.12.2012, 9. PDF (0.6 MB)


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