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Topic View: Climate: Atmospheric Modeling

2011

ENSO anomalies over the Western United States: Present and future patterns in regional climate simulations

Zhang, Y., Y. Qian, V. Dulière, E.P. Salathé, and L.R. Leung. 2011. ENSO anomalies over the Western United States: Present and future patterns in regional climate simulations. Climatic Change 110:315-346, doi:10.1007/s10584-011-0088-7.

2009

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The effects of global changes upon regional ozone pollution in the United States

Chen, J., J. Avise, B. Lamb, E.P. Salathé, C.F. Mass, A. Guenther, C. Wiedinmyer, J-F. Lamarque, S. O'Neill, D. McKenzie, and N. Larkin. 2009. The effects of global changes upon regional ozone pollution in the United States. Atmospheric Chemistry & Physics 9: 1125-1141.

2008

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A high-resolution climate model for the U.S. Pacific Northwest: Mesoscale feedbacks and local responses to climate change

Salathé, E.P., R. Steed, C.F. Mass, and P. Zahn. 2008. A high-resolution climate model for the U.S. Pacific Northwest: Mesoscale feedbacks and local responses to climate change. Journal of Climate 21(21): 5708-5726, doi:10.1175/2008JCLI2090.1.

2007

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Review of scenario selection and downscaling methods for the assessment of climate change impacts on hydrology in the United States Pacific Northwest

Salathé, E.P., P.W. Mote, and M.W. Wiley. 2007. Review of scenario selection and downscaling methods for the assessment of climate change impacts on hydrology in the United States Pacific Northwest. International Journal of Climatology 27(12): 1611-1621, DOI: 10.1002/joc.1540.

2005

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Upscaling for a better understanding of climate links to ecosystems

Mantua, N.J. 2005. Upscaling for a better understanding of climate links to ecosystems. PICES Press 13(1): 12-14.

2004

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Impact of climate change on U.S. air quality using multi-scale modeling with the MM5/SMOKE/CMAQ system

Chen, J., J. Avise, J. Vaughan, B. Lamb, C.F. Mass, E.P. Salathé, A. Guenther, C. Wiedinmyer, S. O'Neill, S. Ferguson, N. Larkin, and D. McKenzie. 2004. Impact of climate change on U.S. air quality using multi-scale modeling with the MM5/SMOKE/CMAQ system. In proceedings for Symposium on Planning, Nowcasting, and Forecasting in the Urban Zone, Boston, Massachusetts: American Meteorological Society.

Projecting climate change in mesoscale river basins

Salathé, E.P. 2004. Projecting climate change in mesoscale river basins. In proceedings for the 15th Symposium on Global Change and Climate Variations, Boston, Massachusetts: American Meteorological Society.

2002

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Is the Gulf Stream responsible for Europe's mild winters?

Seager, R., D.S. Battisti, J. Yin, N. Naik, N. Gordon, A.C. Clement, and M. Cane. 2002. Is the Gulf Stream responsible for Europe's mild winters?. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 128: 2563-86.

Pacific interannual and interdecadal equatorial variability in a 1,000 year simulation of the CSIRO coupled General Circulation Model

Vimont, D., D.S. Battisti, and A.C. Hirst. 2002. Pacific interannual and interdecadal equatorial variability in a 1,000 year simulation of the CSIRO coupled General Circulation Model. Journal of Climate 15: 160-178.

Annular modes and climate prediction

Wallace, J.M., and D.W.J. Thompson. 2002. Annular modes and climate prediction. Physics Today 55:28-33.

2001

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Thermally driven tropical circulations under Rayleigh friction and Newtonian cooling: Analytic solutions

Wu, Z., E.S. Sarachik, and D.S. Battisti. 2001. Thermally driven tropical circulations under Rayleigh friction and Newtonian cooling: Analytic solutions. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 58:724-741.

The importance of sea surface temperature patterns in simulations of the last glacial maximum climate

Yin, J., and D.S. Battisti. 2001. The importance of sea surface temperature patterns in simulations of the last glacial maximum climate. Journal of Climate 14:565-581.

2000

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An interpretation of the results from atmospheric general circulation models forced by the time history of the observed sea surface temperature distribution

Bretherton, C.S., and D.S. Battisti. 2000. An interpretation of the results from atmospheric general circulation models forced by the time history of the observed sea surface temperature distribution. Geophysical Research Letters 27:767-770.

Numerical Modeling of the Global Atmosphere in the Climate System

Mote, P.W., and A. O'Neill. 2000. Numerical Modeling of the Global Atmosphere in the Climate System. Dordrecht, Holland: Kluwer Academic Press, 517 pp.

Snow White and the six dwarves run climate models in Italy

Mote, P.W., D. Paquin, and J. Yin. 2000. Snow White and the six dwarves run climate models in Italy. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81: 1041-1045.

Subsidence and upper-tropospheric drying along trajectories in a general circulation model

Salathé, E.P., and H. Hartmann. 2000. Subsidence and upper-tropospheric drying along trajectories in a general circulation model. Journal of Climate 13: 257-263.

Rayleigh friction, Newtonian cooling, and the linear response to steady tropical forcing

Wu, Z., D.S. Battisti, and E.S. Sarachik. 2000. Rayleigh friction, Newtonian cooling, and the linear response to steady tropical forcing. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 57:1937-1957.

The vertical structure of convective heating and the 3D structure of the forced circulation in the troposphere

Wu, Z., E.S. Sarachik, and D.S. Battisti. 2000. The vertical structure of convective heating and the 3D structure of the forced circulation in the troposphere. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 57:2169-2187.

1999

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A consistent model for the large scale steady surface atmospheric circulation in the tropics

Battisti, D.S., E.S. Sarachik, and A.C. Hirst. 1999. A consistent model for the large scale steady surface atmospheric circulation in the tropics. Journal of Climate 12:2956-2964.

Thermally forced surface winds on an equatorial beta-plane

Wu, Z., E.S. Sarachik, and D.S. Battisti. 1999. Thermally forced surface winds on an equatorial beta-plane. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 56:2029-2037.

1998

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Thermally driven surface winds in the tropics

Wu, Z. 1998. Thermally driven surface winds in the tropics. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle.

1997

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Forced planetary waves on an equatorial beta-plane

Wu, Z., E.S. Sarachik, and D.S. Battisti. 1997. Forced planetary waves on an equatorial beta-plane. In Proceedings of the 11th AMS Conference on Waves and Stability pp.6-10, Boston Massachusetts: American Meteorological Society.

1995

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The dependence of the low-level easterly jet on Hadley and Walker circulations

Battisti, D.S., and D.D. Ovens. 1995. The dependence of the low-level easterly jet on Hadley and Walker circulations. Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 52:3911-3931.