Gregor C. Leckebusch
Gregor C. Leckebusch
Professor of Meteorology and Climatology, University of Birmingham, UK
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Extra-tropical cyclones in the present and future climate: a review
U Ulbrich, GC Leckebusch, JG Pinto
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 96 (1-2), 117-131, 2009
The 2003 European summer heatwaves and drought-synoptic diagnosis and impacts
AH Fink, T Brücher, A Krüger, GC Leckebusch, JG Pinto, U Ulbrich
Weather 59 (8), 209-216, 2004
IMILAST: A community effort to intercompare extratropical cyclone detection and tracking algorithms
U Neu, MG Akperov, N Bellenbaum, R Benestad, R Blender, R Caballero, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (4), 529-547, 2013
Changes in storm track and cyclone activity in three SRES ensemble experiments with the ECHAM5/MPI-OM1 GCM
JG Pinto, U Ulbrich, GC Leckebusch, T Spangehl, M Reyers, S Zacharias
Climate Dynamics 29 (2-3), 195-210, 2007
Changing Northern Hemisphere storm tracks in an ensemble of IPCC climate change simulations
U Ulbrich, JG Pinto, H Kupfer, GC Leckebusch, T Spangehl, M Reyers
Journal of Climate 21 (8), 1669-1679, 2008
Summer floods in Central Europe–climate change track?
ZW Kundzewicz, U Ulbrich, D Graczyk, A Krüger, GC Leckebusch, ...
Natural Hazards 36 (1-2), 165-189, 2005
The central European floods of August 2002: Part 1–Rainfall periods and flood development
U Ulbrich, T Brücher, AH Fink, GC Leckebusch, A Krüger, JG Pinto
Weather 58 (10), 371-377, 2003
Factors contributing to the development of extreme North Atlantic cyclones and their relationship with the NAO
JG Pinto, S Zacharias, AH Fink, GC Leckebusch, U Ulbrich
Climate dynamics 32 (5), 711-737, 2009
On the relationship between cyclones and extreme windstorm events over Europe under climate change
GC Leckebusch, U Ulbrich
Global and planetary change 44 (1-4), 181-193, 2004
Analysis of frequency and intensity of European winter storm events from a multi-model perspective, at synoptic and regional scales
GC Leckebusch, B Koffi, U Ulbrich, JG Pinto, T Spangehl, S Zacharias
Climate Research 31 (1), 59-74, 2006
The central European floods of August 2002: Part 2-Synoptic causes and considerations with respect to climatic change
U Ulbrich, T Brücher, AH Fink, GC Leckebusch, A Krüger, JG Pinto
Weather 58 (11), 434-442, 2003
Cyclones causing wind storms in the Mediterranean: characteristics, trends and links to large-scale patterns
KM Nissen, GC Leckebusch, JG Pinto, D Renggli, S Ulbrich, U Ulbrich
Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 10 (7), 1379-1391, 2010
Reanalysis suggests long‐term upward trends in European storminess since 1871
MG Donat, D Renggli, S Wild, LV Alexander, GC Leckebusch, U Ulbrich
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (14), 2011
Future changes in European winter storm losses and extreme wind speeds inferred from GCM and RCM multi-model simulations
MG Donat, GC Leckebusch, S Wild, U Ulbrich
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 11 (5), 1351, 2011
Examination of wind storms over Central Europe with respect to circulation weather types and NAO phases
MG Donat, GC Leckebusch, JG Pinto, U Ulbrich
International Journal of Climatology 30 (9), 1289-1300, 2010
Changing European storm loss potentials under modified climate conditions according to ensemble simulations of the ECHAM5/MPI-OM1 GMC
JG Pinto, EL Fröhlich, GC Leckebusch, U Ulbrich
Natural Hazards and Earth System Science 7 (1), 165-175, 2007
Property loss potentials for European midlatitude storms in a changing climate
GC Leckebusch, U Ulbrich, L Fröhlich, JG Pinto
Geophysical Research Letters 34 (5), 2007
Climate of the Mediterranean: Synoptic patterns, temperature, precipitation, winds and their extremes
U Ulbrich, P Lionello, D Belusic, J Jacobeit, P Knippertz, FG Kuglitsch, ...
Climate of the Mediterranean Region-From the Past to the Future, 301-346, 2012
Development and application of an objective storm severity measure for the Northeast Atlantic region
GC Leckebusch, D Renggli, U Ulbrich
Meteorologische Zeitschrift 17 (5), 575-587, 2008
European storminess and associated circulation weather types: future changes deduced from a multi-model ensemble of GCM simulations
MG Donat, GC Leckebusch, JG Pinto, U Ulbrich
Climate Research 42 (1), 27-43, 2010
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