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Mitch Bushuk

Peer Reviewed Publications: (Google Scholar Profile)

  • In Review
  • Comparing the impacts of Ozone Depleting Substances and Carbon Dioxide on Arctic Sea Ice loss
    Mitchell Bushuk, Lorenzo Polvani, and Mark England, 2022, submitted.
  • Comprehensive representation of tropical-extratropical teleconnections obstructed by tropical Pacific convection biases in CMIP6
    Xiaofang Feng, Qinghua Ding, Liguang Wu, Charles Jones, Huijun Wang, Mitchell Bushuk, and Daniel Topal, 2022, submitted.
  • Uncertain role of clouds in shaping summertime atmosphere-sea ice connections in reanalyses and CMIP6 models
    Rui Luo, Qinghua Ding, Xianyao Chen, Zhiwei Wu, Mitchell Bushuk, Hailong Wang, and Ian Baxter, 2022, submitted.
  • Skillful forecasts of springtime CONUS tornado activity up to a year in advance
    K.-C. Tseng, N. C. Johnson, A. T. Wittenberg, T. L. Delworth, S.-K. Lee, H. Lopez, D. Kim, A. Kumar, H. Wang, F. Lu, W. Cooke, A. Rosati, L. Zhang, C. McHugh, X. Yang, M. Harrison, F. Zeng, H. Murakami, M. Bushuk and L. Jia, 2022, submitted.
  • Reducing the spring barrier in predicting summer Arctic sea ice
    J. Zeng, X. Li, Q. Yang, X. Yuan, M. Bushuk, D. Chen, 2022, submitted.
  • Forecast skill of the Sea Ice Outlook 2008-2022
    Blanchard-Wrigglesworth, E., M. Bushuk, F. Massonnet, L. Hamilton, C. M. Bitz, and U. Bhatt, 2022, submitted.
  • Predictability of the Minimum Sea Ice Extent from winter Fram Strait Ice Area Export: Model vs Observations
    Trotechaud, S., B. Tremblay, J. Williams, J. Romanski, A. Romanou, M. Bushuk, R. Msadek, W. Merryfield, 2022, submitted.
  • SIPN South: five years of coordinated seasonal Antarctic sea ice predictions
    Massonnet, F., S. Barreira, A. Barthelemy, R. Bilbao, E. Blockley, M. Bushuk, X. Dong, H. F. Goessling, W. Hobbs, D. Iovino, W.-S. Lee, C. Li, W. Meier, W. Merryfield, E. Moreno-Chamarro, Y. Morioka, X. Li, B. Niraula, A. Petty, A. Sanna, M. Scilingo, Q. Shu, M. Sigmond, N. Sun, S. Tietsche, X. Wu, Q. Yang, X. Yuan, 2023, submitted.

 

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