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Most Recent GFDL Publications

September – November 2022

  1. Aluie, H., Rai, S., Yin, H., Lees, A., Zhao, D., Griffies, S. M., Adcroft, A., & Shang, J. K. (2022). Effective drift velocity from turbulent transport by vorticity. Physical Review Fluids, 7, 104601.
  2. Andrews, T., Bodas-Salcedo, A., Gregory, J. M., Dong, Y., Armour, K., Paynter, D. J., Lin, P., et al. (2022). On the effect of historical SST patterns on radiative feedback. JGR Atmospheres, 127(18).
  3. Beale, C. A., Paulot, F., et al. (2022). Large sub-regional differences of ammonia seasonal patterns over India reveal inventory discrepancies. Environmental Research Letters, 17(10).
  4. Bhatia, K., Baker, A., Yang, W., Vecchi, G. A., Knutson, T. R., Murakami, H., Kossin, J., Hodges, K., Dixon, K. W., Bronselaer, B., & Whitlock, C. E. (2022). A potential explanation for the global increase in tropical cyclone rapid intensification. Nature Communications, 13, 6626.
  5. Caracappa, J. C., Beet, A., Gaichas, S. K., Gamble, R. J., Hyde, K., Large, S. I., Morse, R. E., Stock, C. A., & Saba, V. S. (2022). A northeast United States Atlantis marine ecosystem model with ocean reanalysis and ocean color forcingEcological Modelling471, 110038.
  6. Chan, H. G., Ginoux, P., Malyshev, S., & Kapnick, S. B. (2022). Parameterization of snowpack albedo reduction by light-absorbing impurities. Princeton, NJ: NOAA Technical Memorandum OAR GFDL, 2022-003, 29pp.
  7. Clark, S. K., Brenowitz, N. D., Henn, B., Kwa, A., McGibbon, J., Perkins, W. A., Watt-Meyer, O., Bretherton, C. S., & Harris, L. (2022). Correcting a 200 km resolution climate model in multiple climates by machine learning from 25 km resolution simulations. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 14(9).
  8. Dong, W. & Ming, Y. (2022). Seasonality and variability of snowfall to total precipitation ratio over high mountain Asia simulated by the GFDL high-resolution AM4. Journal of Climate, 35(17), 5573-5589.
  9. Dussin, R. (2022). Bias and trend correction of precipitation datasets to force ocean models. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 39(11), 1717-1728.
  10. Huang, M., Wang, Q., Liu, M., Lin, N., Wang, Y., Jing, R., Sun, J., Murakami, H., & Lou, W. (2022). Increasing typhoon impact and economic losses due to anthropogenic warming in Southeast China. Scientific Reports, 12, 14048.
  11. Jeevanjee, N. (2022). Three rules for the decrease of tropical convection with global warming. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 14(11).
  12. Kim, J., Kang, S. M., Xie, S.-P., Xiang, B., Kim, D., Zheng, X.-T., & Wang, H. (2022). Large-scale climate response to regionally confined extratropical cooling: effect of ocean dynamics. Climate Dynamics.
  13. Lim, H.-G., Dunne, J. P., Stock, C. A., & Kwon, M. (2022). Attribution and predictability of climate-driven variability in global ocean color. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 127(10).
  14. Marques, G., Loose, N., Yankovsky, E., Steinberg, J. M., Chang, C.-Y., Bhamidipati, N., Adcroft, A., Fox-Kemper, B., Griffies, S. M., Hallberg, R., Jansen, M., Khatri, H., & Zanna, L. (2022). NeverWorld2: An idealized model hierarchy to investigate ocean mesoscale eddies across resolutions. Geoscientific Model Development, 15(17), 6567-6579.
  15. Moon, Y., Kim, D., Wing, A. A., Camargo, S. J., Zhao, M., et al. (2022). An evaluation of tropical cyclone rainfall structures in the HighResMIP simulations against satellite observations. Journal of Climate, 35(22), 3715-3738.
  16. Morgenstern, O., Kinnison, D., Mills, M. J., Michou, M., Horowitz, L. W., Lin, P., et al. (2022). Comparison of Arctic and Antarctic stratospheric climates in chemistry versus no-chemistry climate models. JGR Atmospheres, 127(20).
  17. Negrete-García, G., Luo, J. Y., Long, M. C., Lindsay, K., Levy, M., & Barton, A. D. (2022). Plankton energy flows using a global size-structured and trait-based model. Progress in Oceanography, 209, 102898.
  18. Paulot, F., Naik, V., & Horowitz, L. W. (2022). Reduction in near-surface wind speeds with increasing CO2 may worsen winter air quality in the Indo-Gangetic Plain. Geophysical Research Letters, 49(18).
  19. Quaas, J., Jia, H., Smith, C. A., Albright, A. L., Aas, W., Bellouin, N., Boucher, O., Doutriaux-Boucher, M., Forster, P. M., Grosvenor, D., Jenkins, S., Klimont, Z., Loeb, N. G., Ma, X., Naik, V., Paulot, F., Stier, P., Wild, M., Myhre, G., & Schulz, M. (2022). Robust evidence for reversal of the trend in aerosol effective climate forcing. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 22(18), 12221-12239.
  20. Réveillet, M., Dumont, M., Gascoin, S., Lafaysse, M., Nabat, P., Ribes, A., Nheili, R., Tuzet, F., Ménégoz, M., Morin, S., Picard, G., & Ginoux, P. (2022). Black carbon and dust alter the response of mountain snow cover under climate change. Nature Communications, 13, 5279.
  21. Ross, A. C. & Stock, C. A. (2022). Probabilistic extreme SST and marine heatwave forecasts in Chesapeake Bay: A forecast model, skill assessment, and potential value. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9:896961.
  22. Smith, D., Gillett, N. P., Simpson, I., Athanasiadis, P., Baehr, J., Bethke, I., Bilge, T., Bonnet, R., Boucher, O, Findell, K. L, et al. (2022). Attribution of multi-annual to decadal changes in the climate system: The Large Ensemble Single Forcing Model Intercomparison Project (LESFMIP). Frontiers in Climate, 4:955414.
  23. Storer, B. A., Buzzicotti, M., Khatri, H., Griffies, S. M., & Aluie, H. (2022). Global energy spectrum of the general oceanic circulation. Nature Communications, 13, 5314.
  24. Yang, H., Huang, X., Westervelt, D. M., Horowitz, L. W., & Peng, W. (2022). Socio-demographic factors shaping the future global health burden from air pollution. Nature Sustainability.
  25. Yang, X., Delworth, T. L., Jia, L., Johnson, N. C., Lu, F., & McHugh, C. (2022). On the seasonal prediction and predictability of winter surface Temperature Swing Index over North America. Frontiers in Climate, 4:972119.
  26. Yassin, H.Griffies, S. M. (2022). Surface quasigeostrophic turbulence in variable stratification. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 52(12), 2995-3013.
  27. Yu, Y. & Ginoux, P. (2022). Enhanced dust emission following large wildfires due to vegetation disturbance. Nature Geoscience,
  28. Zhao, M. (2022). An investigation of the effective climate sensitivity in GFDL’s new climate models CM4.0 and SPEAR. Journal of Climate, 35(17), 5637-5660.
  29. Zhong, Q., Schutgens, N., van der Werf, G. R., van Noije, T., Bauer, S. E., Tsigaridis, K., Mielonen, T., Checa-Garcia, R., Neubauer, D., Kipling, Z., Kirkevåg, A., Olivié, D., Kokkola, H., Matsui, H., Ginoux, P., et al. (2022). Using modelled relationships and satellite observations to attribute modelled aerosol biases over biomass burning regions. Nature Communications, 13, 5914.
  30. Zhou, L. & Harris, L. (2022). Integrated dynamics-physics coupling for weather to climate models: GFDL SHiELD with in-line microphysics. Geophysical Research Letters, 49(21).
  31. Zhou, S., Park Williams, A., Lintner, B. R., Findell, K. L., Keenan, T. F., Zhang, Y., & Gentine, P. (2022). Diminishing seasonality of subtropical water availability in a warmer world dominated by soil moisture–atmosphere feedbacks. Nature Communications, 13, 5756.