His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Southern Hemisphere, Climate change, Atmospheric circulation and Sea level. His Climatology research incorporates elements of Meteorology, Climate model and Peninsula. The concepts of his Climate model study are interwoven with issues in Walker circulation, Northern Hemisphere, Data assimilation and Numerical weather prediction.
The various areas that he examines in his Southern Hemisphere study include Ozone depletion and Atmospheric temperature. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Physical geography and Economic geography. Gareth J. Marshall interconnects Westerlies, Sea ice, Ice shelf and Orography in the investigation of issues within Atmospheric circulation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climatology, Climate change, Oceanography, Atmospheric circulation and Sea ice. He is interested in Southern Hemisphere, which is a branch of Climatology. His study in Southern Hemisphere is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Latitude, Atmospheric temperature, Greenhouse gas and Ozone depletion.
Gareth J. Marshall combines subjects such as Polar climate and Arctic with his study of Climate change. His Atmospheric circulation research integrates issues from Teleconnection and Forcing. His Sea ice study combines topics in areas such as Sea surface temperature and Coupled model intercomparison project.
His main research concerns Climatology, Climate change, Atmospheric circulation, Sea ice and Oceanography. The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate model, Coupled model intercomparison project and Precipitation in addition to Climatology. His Climate change research includes elements of Polar climate, Arctic, Peninsula, Meridional flow and Anomaly.
As a part of the same scientific family, Gareth J. Marshall mostly works in the field of Atmospheric circulation, focusing on Teleconnection and, on occasion, Annual cycle. His Sea ice concentration and Ice shelf study in the realm of Sea ice connects with subjects such as Circulation. His studies deal with areas such as Atmospheric sciences, Extratropical cyclone, Baroclinity, Greenhouse gas and Ozone depletion as well as Southern Hemisphere.
Gareth J. Marshall mainly focuses on Climatology, Sea ice, Oceanography, Atmospheric circulation and Southern Hemisphere. His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Climate model, Coupled model intercomparison project, Greenhouse gas and Precipitation. His Sea ice study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Climate change.
As part of one scientific family, Gareth J. Marshall deals mainly with the area of Oceanography, narrowing it down to issues related to the Glacier, and often Iceberg and Peninsula. His research investigates the link between Atmospheric circulation and topics such as Teleconnection that cross with problems in Westerlies and Temperature record. His Southern Hemisphere research focuses on Atmospheric sciences and how it relates to Antarctic oscillation.
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The Twentieth Century Reanalysis Project
Gilbert P Compo;Gilbert P Compo;J. S. Whitaker;Prashant D Sardeshmukh;Prashant D Sardeshmukh;N. Matsui;N. Matsui.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2011)
Trends in the Southern Annular Mode from Observations and Reanalyses
Gareth J. Marshall.
Journal of Climate (2003)
Recent Rapid Regional Climate Warming on the Antarctic Peninsula
David G. Vaughan;Gareth J. Marshall;William M. Connolley;Claire Parkinson.
Climatic Change (2003)
ANTARCTIC CLIMATE CHANGE DURING THE LAST 50 YEARS
John Turner;Steve R. Colwell;Gareth J. Marshall;Tom A. Lachlan-Cope.
International Journal of Climatology (2005)
Climate phenomena and their relevance for future regional climate change
Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen;Krishna Kumar Kanikicharla;Gareth Marshall;John Turner.
Absence of 21st century warming on Antarctic Peninsula consistent with natural variability
John Turner;Hua Lu;Ian White;John C. King.
Non-annular atmospheric circulation change induced by stratospheric ozone depletion and its role in the recent increase of Antarctic sea ice extent
John Turner;Josefino C. Comiso;Gareth J. Marshall;Tom A. Lachlan-Cope.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Antarctic climate change and the environment: an update
John Turner;Nicholas E Barrand;Thomas J Bracegirdle;Peter Convey.
Polar Record (2014)
The Impact of a Changing Southern Hemisphere Annular Mode on Antarctic Peninsula Summer Temperatures
Gareth J. Marshall;Andrew Orr;Nicole P. M. van Lipzig;John C. King.
Journal of Climate (2006)
Devil in the Detail
David G. Vaughan;Gareth J. Marshall;William M. Connolley;John C. King.
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