MiKlip II – A national research project on decadal climate prediction

In its first phase, MiKlip has made important research contributions and has developed an internationally competitive decadal climate prediction system. Building up on these results, the overarching goal for MiKlip II is to establish and improve the decadal climate prediction system that eventually can be transferred to the German meteorological service DWD for operational use. MiKlip II is funded by the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) with about 13 Mio. € for three years of collaborative research and a fourth year focusing on the operational implementation of the prediction system. MiKlip II involves 16 national partners from universities, research institutions and federal agencies.  

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First experimental decadal climate forecasts in online interactive tool

26.01.2017 - 08:30

The MiKlip project has as its main aim to develop an operational decadal climate prediction system to be hosted and run by Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD).

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New on the website – section on “Decadal prediction system”

11.01.2017 - 17:57

A new section called “Decadal climate prediction system” is now available online. This section will host a number of overarching themes related to the global...

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Module E special issue now published

05.01.2017 - 16:31

The special issue includes one editorial and 12 original articles.

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Improved Seasonal Prediction of European Summer Temperatures With New Five‐Layer Soil‐Hydrology Scheme

2018 - Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 346–353

Bunzel, F. | Müller, W. A., Dobrynin, M., Fröhlich, K., Hagemann, S., Pohlmann, H., Tobias Stacke, Baehr, J.

Time dependency of the prediction skill for the North Atlantic subpolar gyre in initialized decadal hindcasts

2018 - Climate Dynamics 51(5-6), 1947–1970

Brune, S. | Düsterhus, A., Pohlmann, H., Müller, W. A., Baehr, J.

The Interactive Stratospheric Aerosol Model Intercomparison Project (ISA-MIP): motivation and experimental design

2018 - Geosci. Model Dev., 11, 2581-2608

Claudia Timmreck | Graham W. Mann, Valentina Aquila, Rene Hommel, Lindsay A. Lee, Anja Schmidt, Christoph Brühl, Simon Carn, Mian Chin, Sandip S. Dhomse, Thomas Diehl, Jason M. English, Michael J. Mills, Ryan Neely, Jianxiong Sheng, Matthew Toohey, and Debra Weisenstein

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