Fred Kucharski mainly investigates Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Oceanography, Atlantic Equatorial mode and Atlantic multidecadal oscillation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climate change and Precipitation. Fred Kucharski combines subjects such as Monsoon, Climate model, Atmospheric model, Atmospheric circulation and Teleconnection with his study of Sea surface temperature.
His work on Tropical pacific as part of general Oceanography study is frequently linked to Predictability, bridging the gap between disciplines. The Atlantic Equatorial mode study combines topics in areas such as Walker circulation, La Niña and Equatorial waves. His study in La Niña is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thermocline and Downwelling.
His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Teleconnection, Oceanography and Precipitation. He performs integrative Climatology and Predictability research in his work. The concepts of his Sea surface temperature study are interwoven with issues in Atmospheric circulation, La Niña and Geopotential height.
Fred Kucharski works mostly in the field of Teleconnection, limiting it down to topics relating to Coupled model intercomparison project and, in certain cases, Equator. Tropical Atlantic, Atlantic Equatorial mode, Atlantic multidecadal oscillation, Walker circulation and Thermohaline circulation are subfields of Oceanography in which his conducts study. His Precipitation research includes elements of Convection and Climate model.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Teleconnection, Sea surface temperature, El Niño Southern Oscillation and Precipitation. Borrowing concepts from Predictability, Fred Kucharski weaves in ideas under Climatology. He interconnects Tropical cyclone and Convective available potential energy in the investigation of issues within Teleconnection.
His study in Walker circulation and Atlantic multidecadal oscillation falls under the purview of Sea surface temperature. His Atlantic multidecadal oscillation study which covers Atlantic hurricane that intersects with Forcing. His work carried out in the field of Precipitation brings together such families of science as Monsoon and Greenhouse gas.
Fred Kucharski mainly focuses on Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Teleconnection, Troposphere and Geopotential height. In the field of Climatology, his study on North Atlantic oscillation and La Niña overlaps with subjects such as Boreal. Fred Kucharski integrates many fields, such as Sea surface temperature and Predictability, in his works.
His research integrates issues of Madden–Julian oscillation and Quantum electrodynamics in his study of Teleconnection. His work in Troposphere addresses subjects such as Walker circulation, which are connected to disciplines such as Convection, Tropical wave, Ekman transport and Boundary layer. His Geopotential height research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Jet stream, Anomaly and Lead.
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Are Atlantic Niños enhancing Pacific ENSO events in recent decades
Belén Rodríguez-Fonseca;Irene Polo;Javier García-Serrano;Teresa Losada.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Global high resolution versus Limited Area Model climate change projections over Europe: quantifying confidence level from PRUDENCE results
M Deque;R G Jones;M Wild;F Giorgi.
Climate Dynamics (2005)
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)
Western tropical Pacific multidecadal variability forced by the Atlantic multidecadal oscillation.
Cheng Sun;Fred Kucharski;Jianping Li;Fei-Fei Jin.
Nature Communications (2017)
The CLIVAR C20C Project: Which components of the Asian-Australian monsoon circulation variations are forced and reproducible?
Tianjun Zhou;Bo Wu;A. A. Scaife;S. Brönnimann.
Climate Dynamics (2009)
Variability and predictability of West African droughts: a review on the role of sea surface temperature anomalies.
Belen Rodríguez-Fonseca;Elsa Mohino;Carlos R. Mechoso;Cyril Caminade.
Journal of Climate (2015)
Tropical Pacific response to 20th century Atlantic warming
Fred Kucharski;In-Sik Kang;Riccardo Farneti;Laura Feudale.
Geophysical Research Letters (2011)
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