Isentropic analysis, from convection to the global circulation
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Climate Change: My Journey from Ideology to Science
Evaluating and resolving uncertainties in observed and modeled microphysics
Do mid-latitude jet shifts cause cloud feedbacks?
Temporal Clustering of Tropical Cyclone Occurrence
“Intrinsic versus practical limits of atmospheric predictability and the significance of the butterfly effect”
"New Satellite Observations for Monitoring and Forecasting Hurricanes and Severe Storms"
The Social Construction of Reality and the Communication of Science and Weather
What does the seasonal cycle tell us about the atmospheric circulation response to global warming?
"Dogmas and folklores in regional weather and global climate modeling"
Hurricane Fred: The first hurricane in modern times to strike the Cape Verde Island.
Atmospheric Rivers From a Hierarchy of Climate Simulations and the CalWater 2015 Field Campaign.
Beyond MOS: New Initiatives in Statistical Post-processing at MDL