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Most Recent GFDL Publications

October – December 2019

 

    1. Naud, C M., J F Booth, J Jeyaratnam, Leo J DonnerCharles J SemanMing ZhaoHuan Guo, and Yi Ming, October 2019: Extratropical Cyclone Clouds in the GFDL climate model: diagnosing biases and the associated causesJournal of Climate32(20), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0421.1 .
    2. Bushuk, MitchellXiaosong YangMichael Winton, Rym Msadek, Matthew J HarrisonAnthony Rosati, and Richard G Gudgel, October 2019: The value of sustained ocean observations for sea-ice predictions in the Barents SeaJournal of Climate32(20), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-19-0179.1 .
    3. Ding, L, T Li, Baoqiang Xiang, and M S Peng, October 2019: On the Westward Turning of Hurricane Sandy (2012): Effect of Atmospheric Intraseasonal OscillationsJournal of Climate32(20), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0663.1 .
    4. Potvin, C K., J R Carley, A Clark, L J Wicker, P S Skinner, A E Reinhart, B T Gallo, J S Kain, G Romine, E Aligo, K Brewster, D C Dowell, and Lucas Harris, et al., October 2019: Systematic comparison of convection-allowing models during the 2017 NOAA HWT Spring Forecasting ExperimentWeather and Forecasting34(5), DOI:10.1175/WAF-D-19-0056.1 .
    5. Cordero-Quirós, N, A J Miller, A Subramanian, Jessica Y Luo, and A Capotondi, October 2019: Composite physical-biological El Niño and La Niña conditions in the California Current System in CESM1-POP2-BECOcean Modelling142, DOI:10.1016/j.ocemod.2019.101439 .
    6. Sergienko, Olga V., and D J Wingham, October 2019: Grounding line stability in a regime of low driving and basal stressesJournal of Glaciology65(253), DOI:10.1017/jog.2019.53 .