His primary areas of study are Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere. His Climatology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Oceanography and Precipitation. His work on Thermohaline circulation and Icelandic Low is typically connected to Seesaw molecular geometry as part of general Oceanography study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Forcing and Ozone layer study in the realm of Atmospheric sciences connects with subjects such as Advection. His Southern Hemisphere research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meteorology and Temperature gradient. His Westerlies research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sea surface temperature and Sea level.
Harry van Loon mainly investigates Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Southern Hemisphere, Environmental science and Stratosphere. Within one scientific family, Harry van Loon focuses on topics pertaining to Oceanography under Climatology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Precipitation. His studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like Atmosphere and Geopotential height.
His Southern Hemisphere research focuses on Southern oscillation and how it relates to Trough. His work on Polar vortex and Sudden stratospheric warming as part of general Stratosphere study is frequently linked to Temperature wave, Solar maximum and Lower half, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. In the subject of general Northern Hemisphere, his work in Icelandic Low is often linked to Jet stream, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Harry van Loon spends much of his time researching Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Stratosphere, Environmental science and Southern Hemisphere. His research integrates issues of Oceanography and Upwelling in his study of Climatology. His Southern oscillation and Pacific decadal oscillation study, which is part of a larger body of work in Oceanography, is frequently linked to Subtropics, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His study explores the link between Atmospheric sciences and topics such as Atmosphere that cross with problems in Tropopause and Convection. His work on Polar vortex as part of general Stratosphere study is frequently linked to Solar maximum, bridging the gap between disciplines. Environmental science is integrated with Northern Hemisphere and Total ozone in his research.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Environmental science, Ozone layer and Stratosphere. Harry van Loon specializes in Climatology, namely Rossby wave. His study on Troposphere and Forcing is often connected to Signal as part of broader study in Atmospheric sciences.
The various areas that Harry van Loon examines in his Ozone layer study include Sudden stratospheric warming, Climate model and Sea surface temperature. Harry van Loon has researched Stratosphere in several fields, including Geopotential and Northern Hemisphere. His South Pacific convergence zone study incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Pacific decadal oscillation, La Niña and Oceanography, Convergence zone.
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Decadal Variations in Climate Associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation
James W. Hurrell;Harry Van Loon.
Climatic Change (1997)
The Seesaw in Winter Temperatures between Greenland and Northern Europe. Part I: General Description
Harry van Loon;Jeffery C. Rogers.
Monthly Weather Review (1978)
Associations between the 11-year solar cycle, the QBO and the atmosphere. Part I: the troposphere and stratosphere in the northern hemisphere in winter
Karin Labitzke;Harry Van Loon.
Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics (1988)
The Half-Yearly Oscillations in Middle and High Southern Latitudes and the Coreless Winter
Harry van Loon.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1967)
Amplifying the Pacific Climate System Response to a Small 11-Year Solar Cycle Forcing
Gerald A Meehl;Julie Michelle Arblaster;Julie Michelle Arblaster;Katja Matthes;Katja Matthes;Fabrizio Sassi.
The Southern Oscillation. Part I: Global Associations with Pressure and Temperature in Northern Winter
Harry van Loon;Roland A. Madden.
Monthly Weather Review (1981)
The seesaw in winter temperatures between Greenland and Northern Europe. Part II: Some oceanic and atmospheric effects in middle and high latitudes
Jefery C. Rogers;Harry Van Loon.
Monthly Weather Review (1979)
Spatial Variability of Sea Level Pressure and 500 mb Height Anomalies over the Southern Hemisphere
Jeffery C. Rogers;Harry van Loon.
Monthly Weather Review (1982)
A modulation of the atmospheric annual cycle in the Southern Hemisphere
James W. Hurrell;Harry Van Loon.
Tellus A (1994)
Meteorology of the southern hemisphere
Harry Van Loon.
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