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Most Recent GFDL Publications

November 2022 – January 2023

  1. Bertagni, M. B., Pacala, S. W., Paulot, F., & Porporato, A. (2022). Risk of the hydrogen economy for atmospheric methane. Nature Communications, 13, 7706.
  2. 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.
  3. Bi, R., Collier, C., Mann, R., Mills, K. E., Saba, V. S., Wiedenmann, J., & Jensen, O. P. (2023). How consistent is the advice from stock assessments? Empirical estimates of inter-assessment bias and uncertainty for marine fish and invertebrate stocks. Fish and Fisheries, 24(1), 126-141.
  4. Busecke, J. J., Resplandy, L., Ditkovsky, S. J., & John, J. G. (2022). Diverging fates of the Pacific Ocean oxygen minimum zone and its core in a warming world. AGU Advances, 3(6).
  5. Deike, L., Reichl, B. G., & Paulot, F. (2022). A mechanistic sea spray generation function based on the sea state and the physics of bubble bursting. AGU Advances, 3(6).
  6. Dong, W., Zhao, M., Ming, Y., & Ramaswamy, V. (2022). Significant increase in sea surface temperature at the genesis of tropical mesoscale convective systems. Geophysical Research Letters, 49(24).
  7. du Pontavice, H., Chen, Z., & Saba, V. S. (2023). A high-resolution ocean bottom temperature product for the northeast U.S. continental shelf marine ecosystem. Progress in Oceanography, 210, 102948.
  8. Dussin, R. (2022). Bias and trend correction of precipitation datasets to force ocean models. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 39(11), 1717-1728.
  9. Greer, A. T., Schmid, M., Duffy, P.I., Robinson, K. L., Genung, M. A., Luo, J. Y., Panaïotis, T., Briseño-Avena, C., Frischer, M. E., Sponaugle, S., & Cowen, R. (2022). In situ imaging across ecosystems to resolve the fine-scale oceanographic drivers of a globally significant planktonic grazer. Limnology and Oceanography,
  10. Guo, H., Ming, Y., Fan, S., Wittenberg, A. T., Zhang, R., Zhao, M., & Zhou, L. (2022). Performance of two-moment stratiform microphysics with prognostic precipitation in GFDL’s CM4.0. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 14(12).
  11. Hauglustaine, D., Paulot, F., Collins, W. D., Derwent, R. G., Sand, M., & Boucher, O. (2022). Climate benefit of a future hydrogen economy. Communications Earth and Environment, 3, 295.
  12. Jeevanjee, N. (2022). Three rules for the decrease of tropical convection with global warming. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 14(11).
  13. Jia, L., Delworth, T. L., Yang, X., Cooke, W. F., Johnson, N. C., McHugh, C., & Lu, F. (2023). Seasonal prediction of North American wintertime cold extremes in the GFDL SPEAR forecast system. Climate Dynamics.
  14. Liu, Z., Gu, P., & Delworth, T. L. (2023). Strong red noise ocean forcing on Atlantic multidecadal variability assessed from surface heat flux: Theory and application. Journal of Climate, 36(1), 53-78.
  15. MacDonald, C. G., & Ming, Y. (2022). Tropical intraseasonal variability response to zonally asymmetric forcing in an idealized moist GCM. Journal of Climate, 35(24), 4479-4501.
  16. Mahfouz, N. G., Hill, S. A., Guo, H., & Ming, Y. (2023). The radiative and cloud responses to sea salt aerosol engineering in GFDL models. Geophysical Research Letters, 50(2).
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. Petrik, C. M., Luo, J. Y., Heneghan, R. F., Everett, J. D., Harrison, C. S., & Richardson, A. J. (2022). Assessment and constraint of mesozooplankton in CMIP6 Earth system models. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 36(11).
  20. Schenkel, B. A., Chavas, D., Lin, N., Knutson, T. R., Vecchi, G. A., & Brammer, A. (2023). North Atlantic tropical cyclone outer size and structure remain unchanged by the late twenty-first century. Journal of Climate, 36(2), 359-382.
  21. Stephens, G. L., Polcher, J., Zeng, X., van Oevelen, P., Poveda, G., Bosilovich, M., Ahn, M.-H., Balsamo, G., Duan, Q., Hegerl, G., Jakob, C., Lamptey, B., Leung, L. R., Piles, M., Su, Z., Dirmeyer, P. A., Findell, K. L., Verhoef, A., Ek, M., L’Ecuyer, T., Roca, R., Nazemi, A., Dominguez, F., Klocke, D., & Bony, S. (2023). The first 30 years of GEWEX. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 104(1), E126-E157.
  22. Yassin, H.Griffies, S. M. (2022). Surface quasigeostrophic turbulence in variable stratification. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 52(12), 2995-3013.
  23. Zhang, L., Delworth, T. L., Yang, X., Zeng, F., Lu, F., Morioka, Y., & Bushuk, M. (2022). The relative role of the subsurface Southern Ocean in driving negative Antarctic Sea ice extent anomalies in 2016–2021. Communications Earth and Environment, 3, 302.
  24. Zheng, Y. & Ming, Y. (2023). Low-level cloud budgets across sea ice edges. Journal of Climate, 36(1), 1-16.
  25. 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).