Malte Heinemann
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A model–data comparison for a multi-model ensemble of early Eocene atmosphere–ocean simulations: EoMIP
DJ Lunt, T Dunkley Jones, M Heinemann, M Huber, A LeGrande, ...
Climate of the Past 8, 1717-1736, 2012
Detecting regional anthropogenic trends in ocean acidification against natural variability
T Friedrich, A Timmermann, A Abe-Ouchi, NR Bates, MO Chikamoto, ...
Nature Climate Change 2 (3), 167-171, 2012
Warm Paleocene/Eocene climate as simulated in ECHAM5/MPI-OM
M Heinemann, JH Jungclaus, J Marotzke
Climate of the Past 5, 785-802, 2009
A model–model and data–model comparison for the early Eocene hydrological cycle
MJ Carmichael, DJ Lunt, M Huber, M Heinemann, J Kiehl, A LeGrande, ...
Climate of the Past 12 (2), 455-481, 2016
Deglacial ice sheet meltdown: orbital pacemaking and CO2 effects
M Heinemann, A Timmermann, O Elison Timm, F Saito, A Abe-Ouchi
Climate of the Past 10 (4), 1567-1579, 2014
Warm and sensitive Paleocene-Eocene climate
M Heinemann
Max-Planck-Inst. für Meteorologie, 2009
Interactions between marine biota and ENSO: a conceptual model analysis
M Heinemann, A Timmermann, U Feudel
Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics 18 (1), 29-40, 2011
Local insolation changes enhance Antarctic interglacials: Insights from an 800,000-year ice sheet simulation with transient climate forcing
M Tigchelaar, A Timmermann, D Pollard, T Friedrich, M Heinemann
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 495, 69-78, 2018
Uncertainties in the modelled CO2 threshold for Antarctic glaciation.
E Gasson, DJ Lunt, R DeConto, A Goldner, M Heinemann, M Huber, ...
Climate of the Past Discussions 9 (5), 2013
CO2 drawdown due to particle ballasting by glacial aeolian dust: an estimate based on the ocean carbon cycle model MPIOM/HAMOCC version 1.6.2p3
M Heinemann, J Segschneider, B Schneider
Geoscientific Model Development 12 (5), 1869-1883, 2019
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