Publications

bold face denotes members of the Barnes Research Group

SUBMITTED/IN REVIEW

  • Samarasinghe, Savini, Marie McGraw, Elizabeth A. Barnes and Imme Ebert-Uphoff: A Study of Links Between the Arctic and The Midlatitude Jet-stream Using Granger and Pearl Causality. Environmetrics, revisions submitted 05/2018.
  • Nardi, Kyle M., Elizabeth A. Barnes, and F. Martin Ralph: Assessment of Numerical Weather Prediction Model Re-Forecasts of the Occurrence, Intensity, and Location of Atmospheric Rivers along the West Coast of North America. Monthly Weather Review, revisions submitted 05/2018.
  • McGraw, Marie C., Cory F. Baggett, Chengji Liu, and Bryan D. Mundhenk: The Response of Arctic Moisture Transport to Sea Ice Loss Over the North Pacific. Journal of Climate, submitted 05/2018.
  • Ralph, F. M., A. Wilson, T. Shulgina, B. Kawzenuk, S. Sellars, J. Rutz, M. Lamjiri, E. Barnes, A. Gershunov, B. Guan, K. Nardi, T. Osborne, and G. Wick: Comparison of Atmospheric River Detection Tools: How Many Atmospheric Rivers Hit Northern California's Russian River Watershed?. Climate Dynamics, submitted 04/2018.
  • Tseng, Kai-Chih, Eric Maloney and Elizabeth Barnes: The consistency of MJO teleconnection patterns: an explanation using linear Rossby wave theory. Journal of Climate, submitted 04/2018.
  • Ronalds, Bryn, Elizabeth A. Barnes and Pedram Hassanzadeh: A barotropic mechanism for the response of jet stream variability to Arctic Amplification and sea ice loss. JCLI, revisions submitted 03/2018.
  • Simpson, Isla, Clara Deser, Karen McKinnon and Elizabeth Barnes: Modelled and observed multidecadal variability in the North Atlantic jet stream and its connection to Sea Surface Temperatures. Journal of Climate, submitted 03/2018.
  • Baggett, Cory F. , Kyle M. Nardi, Samuel J. Childs, Samantha N. Zito, Elizabeth A. Barnes, Eric D. Maloney: Skillful 5 Week Forecasts of Tornado and Hail Activity, submitted 03/2018.
  • Barnes, Elizabeth, Bryan Jones, Zhiming Guo, Roger D. Peng and Brooke Anderson: Impacts of adaptation on projections of heatwave-related mortality in U.S. communities, submitted 02/2018.

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