Article on “Jet Stream‐Surface Tracer Relationships: Mechanism and Sensitivity to Source Region” by Kerr et al published in Geophysical Research Letters.
A flurry of publication activity this month
Papers on “Indoor heat exposure in Baltimore“, “Arctic atmospheric transport and the Hadley Cell“, and “Surface ozone-meteorology relationship” have appeared, and a paper on “Southern Ocean overturning circulation” has been accepted.
Paper on recent trends in SH westerlies published
A paper on the contrasting recent trends in Southern Hemisphere westerlies across different ocean basins has just appeared in Geophysical Research Letters.
Paper on Ocean Response Times
A paper on the response times of the Southern Hemisphere subtropical oceans to respond to changes in the westerly winds has just appeared in JGR Oceans.
Congratulations Dr Kerr
Gaige Kerr presented and defended his PhD thesis “Elucidating the relationships between surface-level ozone and meteorology” online this afternoon. Congratulations Gaige on outstanding presentation and thesis. I will add a link to the presentation.
Mars papers published
Papers on the Forcing of the Martian polar annulus by Hadley cell transport and latent heating and Atmospheric Transport into Polar Regions on Mars in Different Orbital Epochs have just been published online.
Paper in Nature
Paper on pause in Southern Hemisphere circulation trends appeared in Nature. Here is the article and perspective by Alexey Karpechko.
Postdoctoral Research Position Available
I have an opening for a postdoctoral research scientist in large-scale tropospheric dynamics and transport. Click here for more information
Information on the website has been updated. Lets hope I am better at doing this in 2020 than I was in 2019.
Article in The Conversation
An article “The ozone hole is both an environmental success story and an enduring global threat” by Shane Keating and myself appeared in The Conversation. Includes an embarrassing interview.