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Hendrik Feldmann

Hendrik Feldmann

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Projekt MIKLIP II - Modul C
Raum: 510
CN 435

Tel.: +49 721 608-24942
hendrik feldmannHph3∂kit edu

Institut für Meteorologie und Klimaforschung
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
 
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen



Research Interests

•    Decadal climate predictions – Project MiKlip
•    Regional climate modelling
•    Regional climate extremes


Curriculum Vitae

•    Since 2011 Module coordination MiKlip phase I and II
•    Since 2007 Research Associate at IMK-TRO at KIT, Germany, Working group: Regional Climate and Water Cycle
•    1996 – 2006 Research Associate at the “Rhenish Institute for Environmental Research RIU”, Cologne Germany
•    1991 – 1996  Research Associate at the IGMK, University of Cologne, Cologne Germany
•    1988 – 1991 Research Assistant, IGMK, University of Cologne, Germany
•    1984 – 1991 Geophysics Student , IGMK, University of Cologne, Germany

 

Publications


submitted / revision

[26] Moemken J, Reyers M, Feldmann H, Pinto JG (2017) Wind speed and wind energy potentials in EURO-CORDEX 1 ensemble simulations: evaluation and future changes. J Geophys Res – Atmos (submitted)
[25] Paeth, H., Li, J., Pollinger, F., Feldmann, H., Panitz, H.-J. An effective drift correction for dynamical downscaling of decadal global climate predictions, Climate Dyn., submitted
[24] Reyers, M., Feldmann, H., Mieruch, S., Pinto, J.G., Uhlig, M., Ahrens, B., Früh, B., Kameshwar, M., Laube, N., Mömken, J., Müller, W., Schädler, G., Kottmeier, Ch. Development and prospects of the regional MiKlip decadal prediction system over Europe: Predictive skill, added value of regionalization and ensemble size dependency Earth-Sci. Dyn. Discussion, link  


2017


[23] Sedlmeier, K.; Feldmann, H.; Schädler, G. Compound summer temperature and precipitation extremes over central Europe. Theoretical and applied climatology, 1-9. doi:10.1007/s00704-017-2061-5, link
[22] Dobler, A.; Feldmann, H., Ulbrich, U. (2017): Grenzen und Herausforderungen der regionalen Klimamodellierung. In: G.P. Brasseur, D. Jacob, S. Schuck-Zöller (Hrsg): Klimawandel in Deutschland, Springer Open, DOI 10.1007/978-3-662-50397-3_5, link
[21] Kottmeier, Ch., Feldmann, H. (2015): Dekadische Klimavorhersagen und Seamless Prediction. In: PROMET Heft 99 (2017): Regionale Klimamodellierung I – Grundlagen“.


2011 - 2016


[20] Marotzke J, Müller WA, Vamborg FSE, Becker B, Cubasch U, Feldmann H, Kaspar K, Kottmeier C, Marini C, Polkova I, Prömmel K, Rust HW, Stammer D, Ulbrich U, Kadow C, Köhl A, Kröger J, Kruschke T, Pinto JG, Pohlmann H, Reyers M, Schröder M, Sienz F, Timmreck C, Ziese C (2016) MiKlip – a National Research Project on Decadal Climate Prediction. Bull Amer Meteorol Soc 97: 2379–2394 doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00184.1 link  
[19] Khodayar, S., Sehlinger, A., Feldmann, H. (2015): Sensitivity of soil moisture initialization for decadal predictions under different regional climatic conditions in Europe  Int. J. Climatol., 35, 1899-1915.
[18] Mieruch, S., Feldmann, H., Schädler, G., Lenz, C.-J., Kothe, S., Kottmeier, Ch. (2014): The regional MiKlip decadal forecast ensemble for Europe: the added value of downscaling Geosci. Model Dev., 7, 2983-2999.
[17] Ott, I., Düthmann, D., Liebert, J., Berg, P., Feldmann, H., Ihringer, J., Kunstmann, H., Merz, B., Schädler, G., Wagner, S. (2013): High-Resolution Climate Change Impact Analysis on Medium-Sized River Catchments in Germany: An Ensemble Assessment. J. Hydrometeor., 14, 1175-1193.
[16] Feldmann, H., Schädler, G., Panitz, H.-J., Kottmeier, Ch. (2013): Near future changes of extreme precipitation over complex terrain in Central Europe derived from high resolution RCM ensemble simulations. Int. J. Climatol., 33, 1964-1977.
[15] Berg, P., Feldmann, H., Panitz, H.-J. (2012): Bias correction of high resolution RCM data. J. Hydrol., 448-449, 80-92.

 

2007 – 2010


[14] Früh, B., Feldmann, H., Schädler, G., Panitz, H.-J., Jacob, D., Lorenz, P., Keuler, K. (2010): Determination of precipitation return values in complex terrain and their evaluation J. Climate, J. of Climate, 23 (9), 2257-2274.
[13] Trickl, T., H. Feldmann, H.-J. Kanter, H.-E. Scheel, M. Sprenger, A. Stohl, H. Wernli.: Forecasted deep stratospheric intrusions over Central Europe: case studies and climatologies. Atmos. Chem. And Physics, 10, 499-524, 2010
[12] Meißner, C., G. Schädler, H.-J, Panitz, H. Feldmann, Ch. Kottmeier:
High-resolution sensitivity studies with the regional climate model COSMO-CLM Meteorol. Z., 18 (5), 543-557, 2009.
[11] Feldmann, H., B. Früh, G. Schädler, H.J. Panitz, K. Keuler, D. Jacob. P. Lorenz: Evaluation of regional climate model precipitation climatology for south-western Germany, Meteorol. Z.. 17 (4), 455-465, 2008.
[10] Ebel, A., H. Feldmann, H.J. Jakobs, M. Memmesheimer, D. Offermann, V. Kuell, and B. Schaeler: Simulation of transport and composition changes during a blocking episode over the East Atlantic and North Europe. Ecological Modelling, 217 (3-4), 240-254, 2008.
[9] Stern, R. P. Builtjes, M. Schaap, R. Timmermans, R. Vautard, A. Hodzic, M. Memmesheimer, H. Feldmann, E. Renner, R. Wolke, A. Kerschbaumer: A model inter-comparison study focussing on episodes with elevated PM10 concentrations. Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 42, Issue 19, June 2008, pp. 4567-4588, 2008

 

before 2007


[8] Schaeler, B., D. Offermann, V. Kuell, M. Jarisch, H. Feldmann, A. Ebel: Regional and glo¬bal trace gas distributions and inferred transports in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 110, D09104, 2005.
[7] Kuell, V., D. Offermann, M. Jarisch, B. Schaler, A. Engel, H. Claude, H.G.J. Smit, A. Ebel, H. Feldmann: Tropopause region temperatures and CFC 11 mixing ratios from CRISTA 2, J. Geophys. Res. 110, D16104, doi: 10.1029/2004JD005592, 2005.
[6] Wurzler, S.,Geiger, J., Hartmann, U., Hoffmann, V., Pfeffer, U., Memmesheimer, M., Friese, E., Jakobs, H.J., Feldmann, H., Ebel, A., Kerschgens, M.J.(2004): Long-term simulations of particulate matter over Europe with emphasis on North-Rhine-Westphalia with a comprehensive air quality model system. Journal of Aerosol Science, Vol. 35, Issue SUPPL. 2, 767-768
[5] Memmesheimer, M., E. Friese, A. Ebel, H.J. Jakobs, H. Feldmann, C. Kessler, G. Piekorz: Long-term simulations of particulate matter in Europe on different scales using sequential nesting of a regional model, Int. J. Environment and Pollution, Vol. 11, Nos 1 / 2, 108-132, 2004.
[4] Stohl, A., N. Spichtinger-Rakowsky, P. Bonasoni, H. Feldmann, M. Memmesheimer, H.E. Scheel, T. Trickl, S. Hübener, W. Ringer and M. Mandl: The influence of stratospheric intrusions on alpine ozone concentrations. Atmos. Environm., 34, 1323-1354, 2000.
[3] Seibert, P., H. Feldmann, B. Neininger, M. Bäumle, Th. Trickl: South foehn and ozone in the Eastern Alps – case study and climatological aspects. Atmos. Environm. 34, 1379-1394, 2000.
eldmann, H., H. Hass, M. Memmesheimer, H.J. Jakobs: Budgets of atmospheric sulfur  for eastern Germany based on meso-alpha-scale simulations. Meteorol. Z., N.F., 5, 193-204, 1996.
[2] Jakobs, H.J., H. Feldmann, H. Hass, M. Memmesheimer: The use of nested models for air pollution studies: an application of the EURAD model to a SANA episode. J. Appl. Meteor., Vol. 34, No. 6, 1301-1319, 1995.
[1] Hass, H., A. Ebel, H. Feldmann, H.J. Jakobs, M. Memmesheimer: Evaluation studies with a regional chemical transport model (EURAD) using air quality data from the EMEP monitoring network. Atmospheric Environment, 27A, 867-887, 1993.