Jennifer A. Francis focuses on Climatology, Arctic, Arctic sea ice decline, Arctic ice pack and Arctic geoengineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Atmospheric sciences, Polar amplification and Extreme weather in addition to Climatology. Her Arctic study combines topics in areas such as Global warming and Climate change.
Her Arctic sea ice decline study is focused on Cryosphere in general. Jennifer A. Francis regularly ties together related areas like Arctic dipole anomaly in her Arctic geoengineering studies. Her work deals with themes such as Snowmelt, Rossby wave and Latitude, which intersect with Northern Hemisphere.
Her primary areas of study are Climatology, Arctic, Sea ice, Arctic ice pack and Atmospheric sciences. Her research in Climatology intersects with topics in Polar amplification and Extreme weather. Her studies in Arctic integrate themes in fields like Cloud cover, Climate change, Climate model, Northern Hemisphere and Atmospheric circulation.
Her work in the fields of Sea ice, such as Drift ice, overlaps with other areas such as Polar and Pathfinder. Her studies link Cryosphere with Arctic ice pack. Her work on Atmospheric temperature and Troposphere as part of general Atmospheric sciences research is often related to Energy transport, thus linking different fields of science.
Jennifer A. Francis spends much of her time researching Arctic, Climatology, Extreme weather, Polar amplification and Sea ice. Her specific area of interest is Arctic, where Jennifer A. Francis studies Arctic ice pack. Her Arctic sea ice decline study in the realm of Arctic ice pack interacts with subjects such as Energy flux and Siberian High.
Her studies deal with areas such as Weather patterns and The arctic as well as Climatology. Jennifer A. Francis conducted interdisciplinary study in her works that combined Sea ice and Polar. The concepts of her Atmospheric circulation study are interwoven with issues in Oceanography, Arctic oscillation and Arctic geoengineering.
Her primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Arctic, Extreme weather, Middle latitudes and Northern Hemisphere. Her Climatology research includes elements of Extreme events, Climate change and Polar amplification. Her research on Extreme events often connects related areas such as Weather patterns.
Her Climate change research incorporates elements of Snow, Atmosphere and Physical geography. Jennifer A. Francis combines subjects such as Atmospheric circulation, Atmospheric sciences, Arctic dipole anomaly and Arctic oscillation with her study of Polar amplification. Her Stratosphere study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Geopotential, Boreal, Troposphere and Winter weather.
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Recent Arctic amplification and extreme mid-latitude weather
Judah Cohen;James A. Screen;Jason C. Furtado;Mathew Barlow.
Nature Geoscience (2014)
Evidence linking Arctic amplification to extreme weather in mid‐latitudes
Jennifer A. Francis;Stephen J. Vavrus.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
The Arctic Amplification Debate
Mark C. Serreze;Jennifer A. Francis.
Climatic Change (2006)
Evidence for a wavier jet stream in response to rapid Arctic warming
Jennifer A Francis;Stephen J Vavrus.
Environmental Research Letters (2015)
Winter Northern Hemisphere weather patterns remember summer Arctic sea‐ice extent
Jennifer A. Francis;Weihan Chan;Daniel J. Leathers;James R. Miller.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Cold winter extremes in northern continents linked to Arctic sea ice loss
Qiuhong Tang;Xuejun Zhang;Xuejun Zhang;Xiaohua Yang;Jennifer A Francis.
Environmental Research Letters (2013)
Analysis of the Arctic System for Freshwater Cycle Intensification: Observations and Expectations
Michael A. Rawlins;Michael Steele;Marika M. Holland;Jennifer C. Adam.
Journal of Climate (2010)
The Melting Arctic and Midlatitude Weather Patterns: Are They Connected?*
James Overland;Jennifer A. Francis;Richard Hall;Edward Hanna.
Journal of Climate (2015)
The Arctic freshwater system: Changes and impacts
Daniel White;Larry Hinzman;Lilian Alessa;John Cassano.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Nonlinear response of mid-latitude weather to the changing Arctic
James E. Overland;Klaus Dethloff;Jennifer A. Francis;Richard J. Hall.
Nature Climate Change (2016)
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