Annalisa Bracco mostly deals with Oceanography, Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Pacific decadal oscillation and Teleconnection. In general Oceanography, her work in Mesoscale meteorology is often linked to Rapid rise linking many areas of study. She studies Thermohaline circulation which is a part of Climatology.
The concepts of her Sea surface temperature study are interwoven with issues in Geopotential height, Northern Hemisphere and Atmospheric model. Her research investigates the link between Pacific decadal oscillation and topics such as Ocean gyre that cross with problems in Marine ecosystem, Physical oceanography and North Pacific High. Her Teleconnection study incorporates themes from Monsoon of South Asia, Monsoon, Tropical Atlantic and Atmospheric circulation.
Her primary areas of study are Oceanography, Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Mesoscale meteorology and Atmospheric sciences. Her studies deal with areas such as Structural basin and Phytoplankton as well as Oceanography. Her research investigates the connection between Climatology and topics such as Equator that intersect with problems in Southern Hemisphere and Surface pressure.
Her work deals with themes such as Climate model, Teleconnection and Atmospheric model, which intersect with Sea surface temperature. Annalisa Bracco interconnects Vortex, Ecosystem and Horizontal and vertical in the investigation of issues within Mesoscale meteorology. Her work on Anticyclone as part of general Atmospheric sciences research is frequently linked to Advection, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Annalisa Bracco mainly investigates Oceanography, Sea surface temperature, Atmospheric sciences, Structural basin and Climatology. Annalisa Bracco applies her multidisciplinary studies on Oceanography and Meltwater in her research. Her research in Sea surface temperature tackles topics such as Entropy which are related to areas like Complex system, Internal variability, Climate science and Spatial heterogeneity.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Vorticity, Eddy, Latitude and Mesoscale meteorology in addition to Atmospheric sciences. The Mesoscale meteorology study combines topics in areas such as Buoyancy, Biogeochemical cycle, Turbulence, Vortex and Upwelling. Annalisa Bracco has researched Climatology in several fields, including Inference and Dimensionality reduction.
Her primary scientific interests are in Network analysis, Dimensionality reduction, Model validation, El Niño Southern Oscillation and Inference. Network analysis is intertwined with Sea surface temperature and Climatology in her study.
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Central Pacific El Niño and decadal climate change in the North Pacific Ocean
E. Di Lorenzo;K. M. Cobb;J. C. Furtado;N. Schneider.
Nature Geoscience (2010)
Particle aggregation in a turbulent Keplerian flow
A. Bracco;P. H. Chavanis;A. Provenzale;E. A. Spiegel.
Physics of Fluids (1999)
Low-Frequency Variability of the Indian Monsoon–ENSO Relationship and the Tropical Atlantic: The “Weakening” of the 1980s and 1990s
Fred Kucharski;Annalisa Bracco;J. H. Yoo;Franco Molteni.
Journal of Climate (2007)
Decadal interactions between the western tropical Pacific and the North Atlantic Oscillation
Fred Kucharski;Franco Molteni;Annalisa Bracco.
Climate Dynamics (2006)
A Gill-Matsuno-type mechanism explains the tropical Atlantic influence on African and Indian monsoon rainfall
F. Kucharski;A. Bracco;J. H. Yoo;A. M. Tompkins.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2009)
Atlantic forced component of the Indian monsoon interannual variability
F. Kucharski;A. Bracco;J. H. Yoo;F. Molteni.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Nutrient and salinity decadal variations in the central and eastern North Pacific
E. Di Lorenzo;J. Fiechter;N. Schneider;A. Bracco.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Synthesis of Pacific Ocean Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics
Mesoscale vortices and the paradox of the plankton.
A. Bracco;A. Provenzale;I. Scheuring.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2000)
Patchy productivity in the open ocean
Adrian P. Martin;Kelvin J. Richards;Annalisa Bracco;Antonello Provenzale.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2002)
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