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Bibliography - K P Hamilton

  1. Stenchikov, G, K P Hamilton, Ronald J Stouffer, A Robock, V Ramaswamy, B D Santer, and H F Graf, 2006: Arctic Oscillation response to volcanic eruptions in the IPCC AR4 climate models. Journal of Geophysical Research, 111, D07107, DOI:10.1029/2005JD006286.
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  2. Stenchikov, G, K P Hamilton, A Robock, V Ramaswamy, and M Daniel Schwarzkopf, February 2004: Arctic oscillation response to the 1991 Pinatubo eruption in the SKYHI general circulation model with a realistic quasi-biennial oscillation. Journal of Geophysical Research, 109(D3), D03112, DOI:10.1029/2003JD003699.
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  3. Stenchikov, G, A Robock, V Ramaswamy, M Daniel Schwarzkopf, K P Hamilton, and S Ramachandran, 2002: Arctic oscillation response to the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption: effects of volcanic aerosols and ozone depletion. Journal of Geophysical Research, 107(D24), 4803, DOI:10.1029/2002JD002090.
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  4. Baldwin, M P., L J Gray, T J Dunkerton, K P Hamilton, P H Haynes, W J Randel, J R Holton, M J Alexander, I Hirota, T Horinouchi, D B A Jones, J S Kinnersley, C Marquardt, K Sato, and M Takahashi, 2001: The Quasi-biennial oscillation. Reviews of Geophysics, 39(2), 179-229.
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  5. Hamilton, K P., R John Wilson, and Richard S Hemler, 2001: Spontaneous stratospheric QBO-like oscillations Simulated by the GFDL SKYHI general circulation model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 58(21), 3271-3292.
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  6. Koshyk, J N., and K P Hamilton, 2001: The horizontal kinetic energy spectrum and spectral budget simulated by a high-resolution troposphere-stratosphere-mesosphere GCM. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 58(4), 329-348.
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  7. Hamilton, K P., 2000: Free and forced interannual variability of the circulation in the extratropical Northern Hemisphere middle atmosphere In Atmospheric Science across the Stratopause, Geophysical Monograph 123, Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 227-239.
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  8. Hamilton, K P., and Songmiao Fan, 2000: Effects of the stratospheric quasi-biennial oscillation on long-lived greenhouse gases in the troposphere. Journal of Geophysical Research, 105(D16), 20,581-20,587.
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  9. Pawson, S, K Kodera, K P Hamilton, T G Shepherd, S R Beagley, B A Boville, J D Farrara, T D A Fairlie, A Kitoh, W A Lahoz, U Langematz, E Manzini, R John Wilson, and Jerry D Mahlman, et al., 2000: The GCM-reality intercomparison project for SPARC (GRIPS): scientific issues and initial results. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 81(4), 781-796.
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  10. Bruhwiler, L, and K P Hamilton, 1999: A numerical simulation of the stratospheric ozone quasi-biennial oscillation using a comprehensive general circulation model. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(D23), 30,525-30,557.
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  11. Hamilton, K P., 1999: Convective Excitation of Gravity Waves Experiment - CEGWE In Mesoscale Processes in the Stratosphere - Their Effect on Stratospheric Chemistry and Microphysics, Carlslaw, K.S., and G. T. Amanatidis, editors, European Commission, Air Pollution Research Report 69, 93-98.
  12. Hamilton, K P., 1999: Dynamical coupling of the lower and middle atmosphere: historical background to current research. Journal of Atmospheric & Solar-Terrestrial Physics, 61(1-2), 73-84.
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  13. Hamilton, K P., 1999: The gravity wave parameterisation problem for global simulation models. SPARC Newsletter, 12, 7-14.
  14. Hamilton, K P., R John Wilson, and Richard S Hemler, 1999: Middle atmosphere simulated with high vertical and horizontal resolution versions of a GCM: Improvements in the cold pole bias and generation of a QBO-like oscillation in the tropics. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 56(22), 3829-3846.
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  15. Koshyk, J N., B A Boville, K P Hamilton, E Manzini, and K Shibata, 1999: Kinetic energy spectrum of horizontal motions in middle-atmosphere models. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(D22), 27,177-27,190.
  16. Koshyk, J N., K P Hamilton, and Jerry D Mahlman, 1999: Simulation of the k-5/3 mesoscale spectral regime in the GFDL SKYHI general circulation model. Geophysical Research Letters, 26(7), 843-846.
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  17. Hamilton, K P., 1998: Dynamics of the tropical middle atmosphere: A tutorial review. Atmosphere-Ocean, 36(4), 319-354.
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  18. Hamilton, K P., 1998: Dynamics of the tropical middle atmosphere: A tutorial review In Summer School on the Middle Atmosphere, Ontario, Canada, Canadian NAM Project, 212-256.
  19. Hamilton, K P., 1998: Effects of an imposed quasi-biennial oscillation in a comprehensive troposphere-stratosphere-mesosphere general circulation model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 55(14), 2393-2418.
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  20. Hamilton, K P., 1998: Book review: "Gravity Currents in the Environment and the Laboratory" by J. E. Simpson. EOS, 79(6), 71.
  21. Hamilton, K P., 1998: Observations of tropical stratospheric winds before World War II. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 79(7), 1367-1371.
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  22. Forbes, J M., M E Hagan, X Zhang, and K P Hamilton, 1997: Upper atmosphere tidal oscillations due to latent heat release in the tropical troposphere. Annales Geophysicae, 15(9), 1165-1175.
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  23. Hamilton, K P., 1997: Meteorological measurements on ozonesonde ascents: A valuable resource for stratospheric climatology. SPARC Newsletter, 9, 23.
  24. Hamilton, K P., 1997: Observation of an ultraslow large-scale wave near the tropical tropopause. Journal of Geophysical Research, 102(D12), 13,457-13,464.
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  25. Hamilton, K P., 1997: Progress towards gravity wave parameterization for global climate models In Stratospheric Processes and Their Role in Climate (SPARC), Proceedings of the First SPARC General Assembly, WMO/TD-No. 814, WCRP-99, Geneva, Switzerland, World Meteorological Organization, 295-298.
  26. Hamilton, K P., 1997: The role of parameterized drag in a troposphere-stratosphere-mesosphere general circulation model In Gravity Wave Processes: Their Parameterization in Global Climate Models, New York, NY, Springer-Verlag, 337-350.
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  27. Hamilton, K P., and Richard S Hemler, 1997: Appearance of a supertyphoon in a global climate model simulation. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 78(12), 2874-2876.
  28. Jones, P, K P Hamilton, and R John Wilson, 1997: A very high resolution general circulation model simulation of the global circulation in Austral Winter. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 54(8), 1107-1116.
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  29. Randel, W J., and K P Hamilton, et al., 1997: Stratospheric climatology studies for SPARC In Stratospheric Processes and Their Role in Climate (SPARC), Proceedings of the First SPARC General Assembly, WMO/TD-No. 814, WCRP-99, Geneva, Switzerland, World Meteorological Organization, 75-78.
  30. Hamilton, K P., 1996: Comprehensive meteorological modelling of the middle atmosphere: A tutorial review. Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics, 58(14), 1591-1628.
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  31. Hamilton, K P., 1996: Tides In Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, Vol. 2, New York, Oxford University Press, 761-764.
  32. Wilson, R J., and K P Hamilton, 1996: Comprehensive model simulation of thermal tides in the Martian atmosphere. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 53(9), 1290-1326.
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  33. Hamilton, K P., 1995: Aspects of mesospheric simulation in a comprehensive general circulation model In The Upper Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere: A Review of Experiment and Theory, Geophysical Monograph, 87. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 255-264.
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  34. Hamilton, K P., 1995: Comment on. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 52(10), 1834-1838.
  35. Hamilton, K P., 1995: Comprehensive simulation of the middle atmospheric climate: Some recent results. Climate Dynamics, 11, 223-241.
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  36. Hamilton, K P., 1995: Do historical "zero depth" hydrographic data contain useful information on climate trends? Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) Bulletin, 23(6), 6-8.
  37. Hamilton, K P., and R A Vincent, 1995: High-resolution radiosonde data offer new prospects for research. EOS, 76(49), 497, 506-507.
  38. Hamilton, K P., R John Wilson, Jerry D Mahlman, and L Umscheid, 1995: Climatology of the SKYHI troposphere-stratosphere-mesosphere general circulation model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 52(1), 5-43.
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  39. Hamilton, K P., 1995: Interannual variability in the Northern Hemisphere winter middle atmosphere in control and perturbed experiments with the GFDL SKYHI general circulation model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 52(1), 44-66.
  40. Hamilton, K P., 1994: Interdecadal climate variations over the high-latitude North Atlantic as seen in 235 years of surface air temperature data. Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) Bulletin, 22(2), 11-14.
  41. Hamilton, K P., 1994: Meteorology and Climatology In Encyclopedia of Applied Physics, VCH Publishers, 215-237.
  42. Hamilton, K P., 1994: Modelling middle atmosphere interannual variability In Proceedings of the Fifth COSPAR Colloquium, Pergamon Press, Inc., 751-757.
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  43. Hamilton, K P., 1994: Simulation of vertically-propagating waves in comprehensive general circulation models: opportunities for comparison with observations In UARS/SNES Workshop on Wind Observations in the Middle Atmosphere, 15-18 November 1994, Paris, CNES-HQ, 4.3-4.15.
  44. Hamilton, K P., R John Wilson, and Hans Vahlenkamp, 1994: Three-dimensional visualization of the polar stratospheric vortex. Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) Bulletin, 22(4), 4-6.
  45. Yuan, L, and K P Hamilton, 1994: Equilibrium dynamics in a forced-dissipative f-plane shallow-water system. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 280, 369-394.
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  46. Hamilton, K P., 1993: A general circulation model simulation of El Niño effects in the extratropical northern hemisphere stratosphere. Geophysical Research Letters, 20(17), 1803-1806.
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  47. Hamilton, K P., 1993: An examination of observed southern oscillation effects in the northern hemisphere stratosphere. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 50(20), 3468-3473.
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  48. Hamilton, K P., 1993: Model simulation of the stratospheric penetration of the southern oscillation. TOGA Notes, 13, 7-11.
  49. Hamilton, K P., 1993: What we can learn from general circulation models about the spectrum of middle atmospheric motions In Coupling Processes in the Lower and Middle Atmosphere, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 161-174.
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  50. Manzini, E, and K P Hamilton, 1993: Middle atmospheric traveling waves forced by latent and convective heating. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 50(14), 2180-2200.
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  51. Hamilton, K P., and L Yuan, 1992: Experiments on tropical stratospheric mean-wind variations in a spectral general circulation model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 49(24), 2464-2483.
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  52. Hamilton, K P., 1991: Climatological statistics of stratospheric inertia-gravity waves deduced from historical rocketsonde wind and temperature data. Journal of Geophysical Research, 96(D11), 20,831-20,839.
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  53. Hamilton, K P., 1990: A look at the recently proposed solar-QBO-weather relationship. Journal of Climate, 3(4), 497-503.
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  54. Hamilton, K P., 1989: Interhemispheric asymmetry and annual synchronization of the ozone quasi-biennial oscillation. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 46(7), 1019-1025.
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  55. Hamilton, K P., 1988: A detailed examination of the extratropical response to tropical El Niño/Southern Oscillation events. Journal of Climatology, 8, 67-86.
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  56. Hamilton, K P., 1988: Equatorial Atlantic sea surface temperature variations. Atmosphere-Ocean, 26(4), 668-678.
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  57. Hamilton, K P., 1988: Evaluation of the gravity wave field in the middle atmosphere of the GFDL "SKYHI" general circulation model In Workshop on Systematic Errors in Models of the Atmosphere, CAS/JSC Working Group on Numerical Experimentation, Report No. 12, WMO/TD No. 273, World Meteorological Organization, 264-271.
  58. Hamilton, K P., and Jerry D Mahlman, 1988: General circulation model simulation of the semiannual oscillation of the tropical middle atmosphere. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 45(21), 3212-3235.
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  59. Hamilton, K P., 1981: Effects of atmospheric tides on the general circulation of the stratosphere, mesosphere and lower thermosphere. Handbook for MAP, 2, 246-255.
  60. Hamilton, K P., 1981: Latent heat release as a possible forcing mechanism for atmospheric tides. Monthly Weather Review, 109(1), 3-17.
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  61. Hamilton, K P., 1980: The geographical distribution of the solar semidiurnal surface pressure oscillation. Journal of Geophysical Research, 85(C4), 1945-1949.
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  62. Hamilton, K P., 1980: Observations of the solar diurnal and semidiurnal surface pressure oscillations in Canada. Atmosphere-Ocean, 18(2), 89-97.
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