Papers - Selection
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Distinct modes of internal variability in the Global Meridional Overturning Circulation associated with the Southern Hemisphere westerly winds, Wei, W., Lohmann, G., and Dima, M., Journal of Physical Oceanography, (accepted) (2012).
Interannual to decadal summer drought variability over Europe and its relationship to global sea surface temperature, Ionita, M., Lohmann, G., Rimbu, N., Chelcea, S., and Dima, M., Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-011-1028-y (2011).
Hysteresis behavior of the Atlantic ocean circulation identified in observational data, Dima, M., and G. Lohmann, Journal of Climate, 24(2), 397-403 (2011).
Evidence for two distinct modes of large-scale ocean circulation changes over the last century, Dima, M., and G. Lohmann, Journal of Climate, 23, 5-16 (2010).
Subtropical coral reveals abrupt early- twentieth- century
freshening in the western North Pacific Ocean, Felis, T., Suzuki,A., Kuhnert, H., Dima, M., Lohmann, G., and Kawahata, H., Geology, 37(6), 527-530 (2009)
Conceptual model for millennial climate variability: a possible combined solar-thermohaline circulation origin for the ~1500-year cycle, Dima, M., and G. Lohmann, Climate Dynamics, 32(2-3), 301-311 (2009).
Rapid 20th Century increase in coastal upwelling off northwest Africa, McGregor, H. V., Dima, M., Fischer, H. W., and S. Mulitza, Science, 315, 637-639 (2007).
A Hemispheric Mechanism for the Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation, Dima, M., and G. Lohmann, Journal of Climate, 20(11), 2706-2719 (2007).
Distinct modes of interdecadal variability identified in a climate reconstruction of the last centuries from a South Pacific coral, Dima, M., Felis, T., Lohmann, G. and N. Rimbu, Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-005-0043-2 (2005).
Seasonal prediction of Danube flow variability based on stable teleconnection with sea surface temperature, Rimbu, N., Dima, M., Lohmann, G. and I. Musat, Geophysical Research Letters, 32(21), L21704 10.1029/2005GL024241 (2005).
Solar induced and internal climate variability at decadal
timescales, Dima, M., G. Lohmann and I. Dima, International Journal of Climatology, 25(6), 713-733 (2005).
Fundamental and derived modes of climate variability. Concept and application to interannual variability,, Dima, M. and G. Lohmann, Tellus A, 56A, 229-249 (2004).
Impacts of the North Atlantic Oscillation and the El Nino-Southern Oscillation on Danube river flow variability, Rimbu, N., M. Dima, G. Lohmann, and S. Stefan, Geophysical Research Letters, 31,
Climate signature of solar irradiance variations: Analysis of long-term instrumental and historical data,, Lohmann, G., N. Rimbu, and M. Dima, International Journal of Climatology, 24, 1045 - 1056, doi: 10.1002/joc.1054 (2004).
Decadal variability of the Danube river streamflow in the lower basin and its relation with the North Atlantic Oscillation, Rimbu, N., C. Boroneant, C. Buta, M. Dima, International Journal of Climatology, 22, 1169-1179 (2002).
Arctic Oscillation variability generated through inter-ocean interactions, Dima, M., N. Rimbu, I. Dima, Geophysical Research Letters, 29(14), 22:1-4 (2002).
Quasi-Decadal Variability in the Atlantic Basin Involving Tropics-Midlatitudes and Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions, Dima, M., N. Rimbu, S. Stefan, I. Dima, Journal of Climate, 14(5), 823-832 (2001).
Interdecadal variability generated by interactions between Pacific and Atlantic oceans, Dima, M., S. Stefan, V. Dima, D. Borsan, Geophysical Research Letters, 28(23), 4459-4462 (2001).
The Role of Indian Ocean SST in Forcing East African Rainfall Anomalies during December-January 1997/98, Latif, M., D. Dommenget, M. Dima, A. Grötzner, Journal of Climate, 12(12), 3497-3504 (1999).