Nicole Mölders
TitleCited byYear
Impact of urban effects on precipitation in high latitudes
N Mölders, MA Olson
Journal of Hydrometeorology 5 (3), 409-429, 2004
On the dry deposition of ozone and reactive nitrogen species
G Kramm, R Dlugi, GJ Dollard, T Foken, N Mölders, H Müller, W Seiler, ...
Atmospheric Environment 29 (21), 3209-3231, 1995
A comparison of two strategies on land surface heterogeneity used in a mesoscale β meteorological model
N Mölders, A Raabe, G Tetzlaff
Tellus A 48 (5), 733-749, 1996
Suitability of the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model to predict the June 2005 fire weather for Interior Alaska
N Mölders
Weather and Forecasting 23 (5), 953-973, 2008
Numerical investigations on the influence of subgrid-scale surface heterogeneity on evapotranspiration and cloud processes
N Mölders, A Raabe
Journal of Applied Meteorology 35 (6), 782-795, 1996
A case study on wintertime inversions in Interior Alaska with WRF
N Mölders, G Kramm
Atmospheric Research 95 (2-3), 314-332, 2010
Land-use and land-cover changes: impact on climate and air quality
N Mölders
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
Investigations on meteorological conditions for elevated PM2. 5 in Fairbanks, Alaska
HNQ Tran, N Mölders
Atmospheric Research 99 (1), 39-49, 2011
Long-term investigations on the water budget quantities predicted by the hydro-thermodynamic soil vegetation scheme (HTSVS)–Part I: Description of the model and impact of long …
N Mölders, U Haferkorn, J Döring, G Kramm
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 84 (1), 115-135, 2003
Influence of wildfire induced land-cover changes on clouds and precipitation in Interior Alaska—A case study
N Mölders, G Kramm
Atmospheric Research 84 (2), 142-168, 2007
Some effects of different cloud parameterizations in a mesoscale model and a chemistry transport model
N Mölders, H Hass, HJ Jakobs, M Laube, A Ebel
Journal of Applied Meteorology 33 (4), 527-545, 1994
On the impact of explicitly predicted runoff on the simulated atmospheric response to small-scale land-use changes—An integrated modeling approach
N Mölders, W Rühaak
Atmospheric Research 63 (1-2), 3-38, 2002
Assessment of WRF/Chem PM 2.5 forecasts using mobile and fixed location data from the Fairbanks, Alaska winter 2008/09 field campaign
N Mölders, HNQ Tran, CF Cahill, K Leelasakultum, TT Tran
Atmospheric Pollution Research 3 (2), 180-191, 2012
Assessment of WRF/Chem to simulate sub–Arctic boundary layer characteristics during low solar irradiation using radiosonde, SODAR, and surface data
N Mölders, HNQ Tran, P Quinn, K Sassen, GE Shaw, G Kramm
Atmospheric Pollution Research 2 (3), 283-299, 2011
Influence of ship emissions on air quality and input of contaminants in southern Alaska National Parks and Wilderness Areas during the 2006 tourist season
N Mölders, SE Porter, CF Cahill, GA Grell
Atmospheric Environment 44 (11), 1400-1413, 2010
Atmospheric response to soil-frost and snow in Alaska in March
N Mölders, JE Walsh
Theoretical and applied climatology 77 (1-2), 77-105, 2004
Determining the dry deposition of SO~ 2, O~ 3, NO, and NO~ 2 at the SANA core station Melpitz
G Spindler, N Mölders, J Hansz, N Beier, G Kramm
Theoretical assessment of uncertainty in regional averages due to network density and design
D PaiMazumder, N Mölders
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 48 (8), 1643-1666, 2009
Long-term evaluation of the Hydro-Thermodynamic Soil-Vegetation Scheme’s frozen ground/permafrost component using observations at Barrow
N Mölders, VE Romanovsky
J. Geophys. Res 111 (D04105), D04105, 2006
Plant-and soil-parameter-caused uncertainty of predicted surface fluxes
N Mölders
Monthly weather review 133 (12), 3498-3516, 2005
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