Please see our paper Quantifying the variability of the annular modes: Reanalysis uncertainty vs. sampling uncertainty, just accepted in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. Patrick Martineau and I show that reanalyses have gotten quite good, and we are chiefly limited by the finite length of the observational records. In this sense, we are starved for data, not model physics!
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Please see our new paper exploring stationary waves in the Northern Hemisphere, just accepted in the Journal of Climate. What are stationary waves, you ask? In laymen’s terms, they are variations in climate with longitude, for example, the reason why the weather in Madrid is quite different from that here in New York, even though we’re both situated at nearly the exact same latitude.
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Please see our new paper exploring the impact of global warming stratosphere-troposphere coupling, just submitted to the Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.
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Aman Gupta is defending his thesis on Wednesday 18 December at 1:15 in Warren Weaver 1302. Come see the world’s leading expert on trace gas transport through the stratosphere by the dynamical cores of atmospheric models!
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Please see our new paper exploring the role of model numerics on trace gas transport, just submitted to the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society.