Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans

Papers
(The TQCC of Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
NWP perspective of the extreme precipitation and flood event in Kerala (India) during August 201819
Seasonal and long-term sea-level variations and their forcing factors in the northern Bay of Bengal: A statistical analysis of temperature, salinity, wind stress curl, and regional climate index data15
Determining the source of dust storms with use of coupling WRF and HYSPLIT models: A case study of Yazd province in central desert of Iran14
Nonstationary analysis of the extreme temperatures in Turkey13
Effects of vertical wind shear and storm motion on tropical cyclone rainfall asymmetries over the North Indian Ocean12
Modeling the impact of climate change on hydrological responses in the Lake Tana basin, Ethiopia11
The occurrence of the typical mesoscale convective system with a flood-producing storm in the wet season over the Greater Jakarta area11
Atmospheric driving mechanisms of extreme precipitation events in July of 2017 and 2018 in western Japan11
Synoptic and dynamic analysis of a flash flood-inducing heavy rainfall event in arid and semi-arid central-northern Iran and its simulation using the WRF model11
Performance evaluation of CORDEX-Africa regional climate models in simulating climate variables over Ethiopian main rift valley: Evidence from Gidabo river basin for impact modeling studies11
Resolution of the atmospheric model matters for the Northern Hemisphere Mid-Holocene climate11
Identifying future climate change and drought detection using CanESM2 in the upper Siem Reap River, Cambodia11
Spontaneous superharmonic internal wave excitation by modal interactions in uniform and nonuniform stratifications10
Submesoscale fronts observed by satellites over the Northern South China Sea shelf10
Diurnal cycle of precipitation over the Maritime Continent simulated by a spectral cumulus parameterization10
Long-term analysis of extreme wave characteristics based on the SWAN hindcasts over the Black Sea using two different wind fields9
Role of unusual moisture transport across Equatorial Indian Ocean on the extreme rainfall event during Kerala flood 20189
Climate change projection of wave climate due to Vardah cyclone in the Bay of Bengal9
Inter-comparison of long-term wave power potential in the Black Sea based on the SWAN wave model forced with two different wind fields8
Characteristics of dynamical and thermo-dynamical variables during heavy rainfall events over the Indian region8
A re-radiation model for the earth’s energy budget and the albedo advantage in global warming mitigation8
Evaluating the performance of eight global gridded precipitation datasets across Iran8
Wind and wave climate southeastern of the Mediterranean Sea based on a high-resolution SWAN model7
A climatological-dynamical analysis of tropopause folds over Southwest Asia in the period of 1989–20187
A note on surface layer parameterizations in the weather research and forecast model7
Influence of the strongest positive Indian Ocean Dipole and an El Niño Modoki event on the 2019 Indian summer monsoon7
Improving long-lead seasonal forecasts of precipitation over Southern China based on statistical downscaling using BCC_CSM1.1m7
Fidelity of Regional Climate Model v4.6 in capturing seasonal and subseasonal variability of Indian summer monsoon6
Evolution of oceanic near-inertial waves induced by typhoon Sarika (2016) in the South China Sea6
True gravity in ocean dynamics Part 1 Ekman transport6
Sensitivity analysis of planetary boundary layer schemes using the WRF model in Northern Colombia during 2016 dry season6
Impact of the ENSO phenomenon on wave variability in the Pacific Ocean for wind sea and swell waves5
Distinct intensification pathways for a shallow-water vortex subjected to asymmetric “diabatic” forcing5
Diurnal Sea surface temperature response to tropical cyclone Dahlia in the Eastern tropical Indian Ocean in 2017 revealed by the Bailong buoy5
Hydrographic effects of an intense “medicane” over the central-eastern Mediterranean Sea in 20185
Sensitivity evaluation of the different physical parameterizations schemes in regional climate model RegCM4.5 for simulation of air temperature and precipitation over North and West of Iran5
Self-localized solitons of the nonlinear wave blocking problem5
Using EEMD mode decomposition in combination with machine learning models to improve the accuracy of monthly sea level predictions in the coastal area of China5
Filling gaps in significant wave height time series records using bidirectional gated recurrent unit and cressman analysis5
Ensemble sensitivity analysis of an extreme rainfall event over the Himalayas in June 20135
On the seesaw in interannual variability of upper ocean heat advection between the North Atlantic Subpolar Gyre and the Nordic Seas5
The most sensitive initial error modes modulating intensities of CP- and EP- El Niño events5
A coupled modeling study of mechanical and thermodynamical air-ocean interface processes under sea storm conditions4
A novel deep neural network model approach to predict Indian Ocean dipole and Equatorial Indian Ocean oscillation indices4
Ocean responses to Shaheen, the first cyclone to hit the north coast of Oman in 20214
Robustness of BSISO and air-sea interactions in the CMIP (Phase-6) models over the North Indian Ocean4
The effect of wind and temperature to phytoplankton biomass during blooming season in Barents Sea4
Effects of the seasonality of mesoscale eddies on the planktonic dynamics off eastern Brazil4
Distinct mechanisms of chlorophyll-a blooms occur in the Northern Maluku Sea and Sulu Sill revealed by satellite data4
Impact of terrain complexity on the turbulence drag coefficient: A case study from the Indian Himalayan region4
Accuracy of the deep convection intensity from a limited number of casts4
Evaluation and projection of the AMO and PDO variabilities in the CMIP5 models under different warming scenarios part1: Evaluation4
Simulation of a mesoscale convective system over Northern India: Sensitivity to convection partitioning in a regional NWP model4
On the energy–consistent plume model in the convective boundary layer4
Impact of physical parameterizations on simulation of the Caspian Sea lake-effect snow4
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