His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Arctic, Precipitation, Meteorology and Climate change. His studies deal with areas such as Climate model and Atmospheric sciences as well as Climatology. John J. Cassano has included themes like Tropical cyclone and Community Climate System Model in his Atmospheric sciences study.
The concepts of his Arctic study are interwoven with issues in Sea ice, Forcing and Low-pressure area. His work deals with themes such as Drainage divide, Extreme value theory and Boundary layer, which intersect with Climate change. The various areas that John J. Cassano examines in his Automatic weather station study include Wind speed and Weather and climate.
John J. Cassano spends much of his time researching Climatology, Arctic, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences and Sea ice. His Climatology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Climate model and Precipitation. His Precipitation research focuses on Atmospheric circulation and how it connects with Sea surface temperature.
His Arctic study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere, Forcing and Global change. Many of his research projects under Meteorology are closely connected to Self-organizing map with Self-organizing map, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. John J. Cassano combines subjects such as Jet and Ice sheet with his study of Atmospheric sciences.
His main research concerns Climatology, Arctic, Sea ice, Climate model and Meteorology. He has researched Climatology in several fields, including Radiosonde and The arctic. As a part of the same scientific study, John J. Cassano usually deals with the Arctic, concentrating on Atmospheric sciences and frequently concerns with Precipitation, Doppler wind lidar and Dropsonde.
In his study, Forcing and Convection is strongly linked to Atmosphere, which falls under the umbrella field of Sea ice. His Climate model study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as General Circulation Model, Global temperature and Troposphere. His Weather Research and Forecasting Model, Synoptic climatology and Weather station study, which is part of a larger body of work in Meteorology, is frequently linked to Real world data and Drone, bridging the gap between disciplines.
John J. Cassano mostly deals with Climatology, Arctic, Climate model, Sea ice and Precipitation. In his research on the topic of Climatology, Boundary layer is strongly related with Meteorology. John J. Cassano performs integrative study on Arctic and Retrospective analysis in his works.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Wind speed, Spatial distribution, Troposphere and The arctic in addition to Climate model. His studies in Sea ice integrate themes in fields like Snow, Continental shelf, Field campaign and Biogeochemical cycle. His Precipitation study incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Sea surface temperature, Atmospheric circulation, Atmospheric sciences and Climate sensitivity.
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The Arctic freshwater system: Changes and impacts
Daniel White;Larry Hinzman;Lilian Alessa;John Cassano.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
Mesoscale Modeling of Katabatic Winds over Greenland with the Polar MM5
David H. Bromwich;John J. Cassano;Thomas Klein;Gunther Heinemann.
Monthly Weather Review (2001)
Evaluation of Polar MM5 simulations of Greenland's atmospheric circulation
John J. Cassano;Jason E. Box;David H. Bromwich;Lin Li.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Polar research: Six priorities for Antarctic science
Mahlon C. Kennicutt;Steven L. Chown;John J. Cassano;Daniela Liggett.
Modelling the arctic boundary layer: An evaluation of six arcmip regional-scale models using data from the Sheba project
Michael Tjernström;Mark Zagar;Gunilla Svensson;John J. Cassano.
Boundary-Layer Meteorology (2005)
A roadmap for Antarctic and Southern Ocean science for the next two decades and beyond
M.C. Kennicutt;S.L. Chown;J.J. Cassano;D. Liggett.
Antarctic Science (2015)
Changes in synoptic weather patterns in the polar regions in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, Part 2: Antarctic
Amanda Lynch;Petteri Uotila;John J. Cassano.
International Journal of Climatology (2006)
Evaluation of Polar MM5 Simulations of Antarctic Atmospheric Circulation
Zhichang Guo;David H. Bromwich;John J. Cassano.
Monthly Weather Review (2003)
Satellite-based model detection of recent climate-driven changes in northern high-latitude vegetation productivity
Ke Zhang;John S. Kimball;E. H. Hogg;Maosheng Zhao.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Predicted changes in synoptic forcing of net precipitation in large Arctic river basins during the 21st century
John J. Cassano;John J. Cassano;Petteri Uotila;Amanda H. Lynch;Elizabeth N. Cassano.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
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