Publications Using climpred


Publications Using climpred#

Below is a list of publications that have made use of climpred in their analysis. We appreciate a reference to climpred, e.g., in your acknowledgements section to help build the community. Please cite [Brady and Spring, 2021].

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Riley X. Brady and Aaron Spring. Climpred: Verification of weather and climate forecasts. Journal of Open Source Software, 6(59):2781, March 2021. doi:10/gh9646.


Aaron Spring. Internal Variability and Potential Predictability of the Global Carbon Cycle in a Perfect-Model Framework. PhD thesis, Universität Hamburg Hamburg, June 2021. doi:10.17617/2.3289580.


Aaron Spring, István Dunkl, Hongmei Li, Victor Brovkin, and Tatiana Ilyina. Trivial improvements in predictive skill due to direct reconstruction of the global carbon cycle. Earth System Dynamics, 12(4):1139–1167, November 2021. doi:10/gnjh74.



Riley X. Brady, Nicole S. Lovenduski, Stephen G. Yeager, Matthew C. Long, and Keith Lindsay. Skillful multiyear predictions of ocean acidification in the California Current System. Nature Communications, 11(1):1–9, May 2020. doi:10/ggtpks.


K. M. Krumhardt, N. S. Lovenduski, M. C. Long, J. Y. Luo, K. Lindsay, S. Yeager, and C. Harrison. Potential Predictability of Net Primary Production in the Ocean. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 34(6):e2020GB006531, 2020. doi:10/gg9ss8.


Aaron Spring and Tatiana Ilyina. Predictability Horizons in the Global Carbon Cycle Inferred From a Perfect-Model Framework. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(9):e2019GL085311, 2020. doi:10/ggtbv2.