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Célia Gouveia     Research or Laboratory Scientist 
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Célia Gouveia published an article in April 2017.
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R. M. Trigo

217 shared publications

Instituto Dom Luiz, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa; Lisboa Portugal

Frédéric Chevallier

172 shared publications

Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement (LSCE), CEA-CNRS-UVSQ; université Paris Saclay; Gif sur Yvette France

Shilong Piao

159 shared publications

Sino-French Institute for Earth System Science, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Beijing 100871, People’s Republic of China

Ivan A. Janssens

157 shared publications

Department of Biology; University of Antwerp; Wilrijk Belgium

J. M. Vaquero

144 shared publications

Instituto Universitario de Investigación del Agua, Cambio Climático y Sostenibilidad (IACYS); Universidad de Extremadura; Badajoz Spain

Publication Record
Distribution of Articles published per year 
(2010 - 2017)
Article 0 Reads 11 Citations Drought impacts on vegetation activity in the Mediterranean region: An assessment using remote sensing data and multi-sc... C.M. Gouveia, R.M. Trigo, S. Beguería, Sergio M. Vicente-Ser... Published: 01 April 2017
Global and Planetary Change, doi: 10.1016/j.gloplacha.2016.06.011
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Article 0 Reads 13 Citations European land CO2 sink influenced by NAO and East-Atlantic Pattern coupling Ana Bastos, Ivan A. Janssens, Célia M. Gouveia, Ricardo M. T... Published: 18 January 2016
Nature Communications, doi: 10.1038/ncomms10315
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Large-scale climate patterns control variability in the global carbon sink. In Europe, the North-Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) influences vegetation activity, however the East-Atlantic (EA) pattern is known to modulate NAO strength and location. Using observation-driven and modelled data sets, we show that multi-annual variability patterns of European Net Biome Productivity (NBP) are linked to anomalies in heat and water transport controlled by the NAO-EA interplay. Enhanced NBP occurs when NAO and EA are both in negative phase, associated with cool summers with wet soils which enhance photosynthesis. During anti-phase periods, NBP is reduced through distinct impacts of climate anomalies in photosynthesis and respiration. The predominance of anti-phase years in the early 2000s may explain the European-wide reduction of carbon uptake during this period, reported in previous studies. Results show that improving the capability of simulating atmospheric circulation patterns may better constrain regional carbon sink variability in coupled carbon-climate models.
Article 0 Reads 4 Citations The record precipitation and flood event in Iberia in December 1876: description and synoptic analysis Ricardo M. Trigo, Filipa Varino, Alexandre M. Ramos, Maria A... Published: 03 April 2014
Frontiers in Earth Science, doi: 10.3389/feart.2014.00003
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The first week of December 1876 was marked by extreme weather conditions that affected the south-western sector of the Iberian Peninsula, leading to an all-time record flow in two large international rivers. As a direct consequence, several Portuguese and Spanish towns and villages located in the banks of both rivers suffered serious flood damage on 7 December 1876. These unusual floods were amplified by the preceding particularly autumn wet months, with October 1876 presenting extremely high precipitation anomalies for all western Iberia stations. Two recently digitised stations in Portugal (Lisbon and Evora), present a peak value on 5 December 1876. Furthermore, the values of precipitation registered between 28 November and 7 December were so remarkable that, the episode of 1876 still corresponds to the maximum average daily precipitation values for temporal scales between 2 and 10 days. Using several different data sources, such as historical newspapers of that time, meteorological data recently digitised from several stations in Portugal and Spain and the recently available 20th Century Reanalysis, we provide a detailed analysis on the socio-economic impacts, precipitation values and the atmospheric circulation conditions associated with this event. The atmospheric circulation during these months was assessed at the monthly, daily and sub-daily scales. All months considered present an intense negative NAO index value, with November 1876 corresponding to the lowest NAO value on record since 1865. We have also computed a multivariable analysis of surface and upper air fields in order to provide some enlightening into the evolution of the synoptic conditions in the week prior to the floods. These events resulted from the continuous pouring of precipitation registered between 28 November and 7 December, due to the consecutive passage of Atlantic low-pressure systems fuelled by the presence of an atmospheric-river tropical moisture flow over central Atlantic Ocean.
Article 0 Reads 29 Citations The intense 2007–2009 drought in the Fertile Crescent: Impacts and associated atmospheric circulation Ricardo M. Trigo, Célia M. Gouveia, David Barriopedro Published: 15 August 2010
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2010.05.006
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