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Publications Prior to 1991 for John R. Lanzante

Publications Prior to 1991 for John R. Lanzante

  1. Lanzante, J., 1990: The leading modes of 10-30 day variability in the extratropics of
    the Northern Hemisphere during the cold season.
    J. Atmos. Sci., 47, 2115-2140.
    Abstract

  2. Harnack, R., Cammarata, M., Dixon, K., Lanzante, J., and J. Harnack, 1986: Summary of U.S.
    seasonal temperature forecasts.
    In Proceedings of the First WMO Workshop on the
    Diagnosis and Prediction of Monthly and Seasonal Atmospheric Variations Over the Globe
    , WMO/
    Long-Range Forecasting Research Report Series No. 6, Vols. I and II, WMO/TD-No. 87, 637-644.
    [No abstract]

  3. Harnack, R., Cammarata, M., Dixon, K., Lanzante, J., and J. Harnack, 1986: Summary of U.S.
    seasonal temperature forecasts.
    In Proceedings of the Ninth Conference on Probability
    and Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences
    , Virginia Beach, VA, American Meteorological Society.
    [No abstract]

  4. Harnack, R., Harnack, J. and J. Lanzante, 1986: Seasonal temperature predictions using a
    jackknife approach with an intraseasonal variability index.
    Mon. Wea. Rev.,114, 1950-1954.
    Abstract

  5. Lanzante, J., 1986: Reply to comments on “Strategies for assessing skill and significance
    of screening regression models with emphasis on Monte Carlo techniques”.
    J. Clim. Appl. Meteor., 25, 1485-1486.
    [No abstract]

  6. Harnack, R., and J. Lanzante, 1985: Specification of United States seasonal precipitation.
    Mon. Wea. Rev., 113, 319-325.
    Abstract

  7. Lanzante, J., 1985: Further studies of singularities associated with the semiannual cycle
    of 700 mb heights.
    Mon. Wea. Rev., 113, 1372-1378.
    Abstract

  8. Harnack, R., and J. Lanzante, 1984: Specification of seasonal mean 700 mb heights
    over North America by North Pacific and North Atlantic sea surface temperature.
    Mon. Wea. Rev. 112, 1626-1633.
    Abstract

  9. Lanzante J., 1984: Strategies for assessing skill and significance of screening regression
    models with emphasis on Monte Carlo techniques.
    J. Clim. Appl. Meteor., 23, 1454-1458.
    Abstract

  10. Lanzante, J., 1984: A rotated eigenanalysis of the correlation between 700 mb heights and
    sea surface temperatures in the Pacific and Atlantic.
    Mon. Wea. Rev. 112, 2270-2280.
    Abstract

  11. Lanzante, J. and R. Harnack, 1984: A rotated eigenanalysis of the correlation between 700
    mb heights and sea surface temperatures in the Pacific and Atlantic.
    In Proceedings of the
    8th Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop
    , U. S. Dept. of Commerce/NOAA/NWS, 343-349.
    [No abstract]

  12. Lanzante, J., 1983: Some singularities and irregularities in the seasonal progression of
    the 700 mb height field.
    J. Clim. Appl. Meteor., 22, 967- 981.
    Abstract

  13. Lanzante, J., 1983: A further assessment of the association between sea-surface temperature
    gradient and the overlying mid-tropospheric circulation.
    J. Phys. Oceanogr.</em 13, 1971-1974.
    Abstract

  14. Lanzante, J., and R. Harnack, 1983: An investigation of summer sea-surface temperature
    anomalies in the eastern North Pacific Ocean.
    Tellus, 35A, 256-268.
    Abstract

  15. Harnack R., Lanzante, J., and J. Harnack, 1982: Associations among the tropical Pacific wind
    and sea surface temperature fields and higher latitude circulation.
    J. Climatology, 2, 267-290.
    Abstract

  16. Harnack, R., Lanzante, J. and J. Harnack, 1982: Associations among the tropical Pacific wind and
    SST fields and higher latitude circulation.
    In Proceedings of the 6th Annual Climate Diagnostics
    Workshop
    , U. S. Dept. of Commerce/NOAA/NWS, 209-220.
    [No abstract]

  17. Lanzante J., and R. Harnack, 1982: The January thaw at New Brunswick, N. J. Mon. Wea. Rev.,
    110, 792-799.
    Abstract

  18. Lanzante J., and R. Harnack, 1982: Specification of United States summer season precipitation.
    Mon. Wea. Rev., 110, 1843-1850.
    Abstract

  19. Lanzante J., 1980: Comments on cross-spectral analysis of sunspots and monthly mean
    temperature and precipitation for the contiguous United States.
    J. Atmos. Sci., 37, 1138.
    [No abstract]


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