Tobias Spiegl

Tobias Spiegl
Freie Universität Berlin | FUB · Institute of Meteorology

Phd

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Additional affiliations
December 2019 - present
Freie Universität Berlin
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  • PostDoc Position
April 2019 - December 2019
Kyoto University
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  • PostDoc Position
December 2017 - March 2019
Freie Universität Berlin
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (12)
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Four isolated occurrences of Tertiary volcanic rocks in the northern Spessart at Beilstein, Hoher Berg, Madsteinand Kasselgrund are relics of volcanic vents or dikes. They display alkaline basalts (s.l.) with mainly trachybasalticcomposition, which, from normative mineral contents, may be designated as nepheline-bearing alkali-olivine basalts andba...
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The dominant circulation pattern in the tropical Pacific climate system, the Walker Circulation, is largely controlled by an east-west contrast in sea surface temperature along the tropical Pacific basin. Climate change simulations of the 21 st century, based on coupled atmosphere-ocean general circulation models, project a weakening of the Walker...
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Satellite measurements over the last three decades show a gradual decrease in solar output, which can be indicative as a precursor to a modern Grand Solar Minimum (GSM). Using a chemistry-climate model, this study investigates the potential of two GSM scenarios with different magnitude to counteract the climate change by projected anthropogenic gre...
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Prominent excursions in the content of cosmogenic isotopes around 774/775 AD document the most severe solar particle event throughout the Holocene epoch. The manifestation of such singular events in ice cores are highly valuable for geochronology, but also for solar and atmospheric physics. In the course of that the abundance of cosmogenic isotopes...
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The political, technical and socio-economic developments of the next decades will determine the magnitude of 21st century climate change, since they are inextricably linked to future anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. To assess the range of uncertainty that is related to these developments, it is common to assume different emissionscenarios fo...
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The long-lasting minimum of Solar Cycle 23 as well as the overall weak maximum of Cycle 24 reveal the possibility for a return to Grand Solar Minimum conditions within the next decades. The past 1,000 years featured at least 5 excursions (lasting 60–100 years) of exceptionally low solar activity, induced by a weak magnetic field of the Sun. The las...

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Investigation of the solar cycle representation within the MiKlip decadal prediction System.