His scientific interests lie mostly in Meteorology, Potential vorticity, Mechanics, Vorticity and Atmospheric sciences. His work in the fields of Meteorology, such as Dropsonde and Transient climate simulation, intersects with other areas such as Atmospheric carbon cycle. His Potential vorticity research focuses on Extratropical cyclone and how it relates to Inversion, Depth sounding, Troposphere, Latent heat and Positive vorticity advection.
His Mechanics research includes elements of Atmosphere, Frontogenesis and Atmospheric wave. His work in Vorticity tackles topics such as Classical mechanics which are related to areas like Vector field. His Atmospheric sciences research includes themes of Climate change mitigation, Climate change, Climate model and Downscaling.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Meteorology, Potential vorticity, Mechanics, Climatology and Baroclinity. Planetary boundary layer is closely connected to Advection in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Meteorology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Geostrophic wind and Troposphere, Tropopause in addition to Potential vorticity.
His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Amplitude, Frontogenesis, Potential temperature and Classical mechanics. His study on Climatology also encompasses disciplines like
His primary scientific interests are in Meteorology, Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Forecast skill and Numerical weather prediction. His work deals with themes such as Cyclone and Cyclogenesis, which intersect with Meteorology. His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Convection and Global change.
His Global change research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Global warming, Transient climate simulation and Climate model. His study focuses on the intersection of Atmospheric sciences and fields such as Boundary layer with connections in the field of Troposphere and Front. He has included themes like Synoptic scale meteorology and Mesoscale meteorology in his Potential vorticity study.
His primary areas of study are Meteorology, Climatology, Forecast skill, Atmosphere and Numerical weather prediction. His work in the fields of Extratropical cyclone and Vorticity overlaps with other areas such as Extension. His Extratropical cyclone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Initial value problem, Growth rate, Cyclone, Exponential growth and Discretization.
His Climatology research incorporates themes from Convection and Global change. His research in Atmosphere intersects with topics in Moisture, Storm, Length scale and Boundary layer. His Numerical weather prediction study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Synoptic scale meteorology, Cold front, Potential vorticity, Warm front and Mesoscale meteorology.
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Uncertainty in predictions of the climate response to rising levels of greenhouse gases.
David A. Stainforth;T. Aina;C. Christensen;M. Collins.
The quiet revolution of numerical weather prediction
Peter Bauer;Alan J. Thorpe;Gilbert Brunet.
Baroclinic Instability in an Environment of Small Stability to Slantwise Moist Convection. Part I: Two-Dimensional Models
Kerry A. Emanuel;Maurizio Fantini;Alan J. Thorpe.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1987)
The Fronts and Atlantic Storm-Track Experiment (FASTEX): Scientific Objectives and Experimental Design
Alain Joly;Dave Jorgensen;Melvyn A. Shapiro;Alan Thorpe.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (1997)
Frontogenesis in the presence of small stability to slantwise convection
A. J. Thorpe;K. A. Emanuel.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1985)
Diagnosis of Balanced Vortex Structure Using Potential Vorticity
A. J. Thorpe.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1985)
Mesoscale dynamics of cold fronts: Structures described by dropsoundings in FRONTS 87
Alan J. Thorpe;Sid A. Clough.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (1991)
Potential vorticity and the electrostatics analogy: Quasi‐geostrophic theory
Craig H. Bishop;Alan J. Thorpe.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (1994)
Conditional convective heating in a baroclinic atmosphere : a model of convective frontogenesis
Douglas J. Parker;Alan J. Thorpe.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1995)
Comments on “The Evolution and Dynamical Role of Reduced Upper-Tropospheric Potential Vorticity in Intensive Observing Period One of FASTEX”
Hannah R. Pomroy;Alan J. Thorpe.
Monthly Weather Review (2000)
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