Collection of papers on 'Climate extremes and their modelling' (2007–2009)
Kyselý J., 2009: Recent severe heat waves in central Europe: how to view them in a long-term prospect? International Journal of Climatology, doi 10.1002/joc.1874.
Kyselý J., Beranová R., 2009: Climate change effects on extreme precipitation in central Europe: uncertainties of scenarios based on regional climate models. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 95, 361-374 [doi: 10.1007/s00704-008-0014-8].
Kyselý J., Kim J., 2009: Mortality during heat waves in South Korea, 1991 to 2005: How exceptional was the 1994 heat wave? Climate Research, 38, 105-116.
Kyselý J., 2008: Trends in heavy precipitation in the Czech Republic over 1961-2005. International Journal of Climatology, doi: 10.1002/joc.1784.
Kyselý J., 2008: A cautionary note on the use of nonparametric bootstrap for estimating uncertainties in extreme value models. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 47, 3236-3251.
Kyselý J., 2008: Influence of the persistence of circulation patterns on warm and cold temperature anomalies in Europe: analysis over the 20th century. Global and Planetary Change, 62, 147-163.
Kyselý J., Picek J., 2007: Regional growth curves and improved design value estimates of extreme precipitation events in the Czech Republic. Climate Research, 33, 243-255.
Kyselý J., 2007: Implications of enhanced persistence of atmospheric circulation for the occurrence and severity of temperature extremes. International Journal of Climatology, 27, 689-695.

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