Noel Keenlyside focuses on Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Atlantic multidecadal oscillation, Oceanography and Climate model. His study in Climatology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Global warming, Climate change and Atmospheric sciences. His work investigates the relationship between Climate change and topics such as Greenhouse gas that intersect with problems in Transient climate simulation and Climate commitment.
Noel Keenlyside has included themes like Wind stress, Anomaly, Ocean current and Seasonality in his Sea surface temperature study. His Atlantic multidecadal oscillation research is within the category of Thermohaline circulation. The various areas that Noel Keenlyside examines in his Climate model study include Forecast skill, Northern Hemisphere and Econometrics.
Noel Keenlyside mainly focuses on Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Oceanography, Climate model and Atlantic multidecadal oscillation. His Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Climate change and Atmospheric sciences. His Sea surface temperature research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Atmospheric circulation, Ocean current, Precipitation and Sea ice.
His research integrates issues of Pacific decadal oscillation and Forcing in his study of Atmospheric circulation. His study explores the link between Oceanography and topics such as Northern Hemisphere that cross with problems in Tropical cyclone. The Tropical Atlantic study combines topics in areas such as El Niño Southern Oscillation and Forecast skill.
His primary areas of study are Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Oceanography, Atmospheric circulation and Tropical Atlantic. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climate model and Precipitation. His Sea surface temperature research includes elements of Arctic ice pack, Sea ice, Wind stress and Zonal and meridional.
His Oceanography study incorporates themes from Northern Hemisphere and Ocean gyre. Noel Keenlyside interconnects Climate change and Boundary current in the investigation of issues within Atmospheric circulation. In his research on the topic of Tropical Atlantic, Surface warming and Tropical climate is strongly related with El Niño Southern Oscillation.
Noel Keenlyside focuses on Climatology, Sea surface temperature, Atmospheric circulation, Forcing and Tropical Atlantic. His research on Climatology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Precipitation. His Sea surface temperature study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Thermocline, Forecast skill, Teleconnection and Data assimilation.
His Atmospheric circulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Climate change and Upwelling. The concepts of his Forcing study are interwoven with issues in Arctic ice pack, Sea ice, Lead and Middle latitudes. Noel Keenlyside has researched Tropical Atlantic in several fields, including Tropical climate, El Niño Southern Oscillation and Surface warming.
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DEVELOPMENT OF A EUROPEAN MULTIMODEL ENSEMBLE SYSTEM FOR SEASONAL-TO-INTERANNUAL PREDICTION (DEMETER)
T. N. Palmer;A. Alessandri;U. Andersen;P. Cantelaube.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2004)
Ocean Circulation and Tropical Variability in the Coupled Model ECHAM5/MPI-OM
J. H. Jungclaus;Noel Keenlyside;M. Botzet;H. Haak.
Journal of Climate (2006)
Advancing decadal-scale climate prediction in the North Atlantic sector
Noel Keenlyside;Mojib Latif;J. Jungclaus;L. Kornblueh.
Decadal Prediction: Can It Be Skillful?
Gerald A. Meehl;Lisa M. Goddard;James Murphy;Ronald J. Stouffer.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2009)
How may tropical cyclones change in a warmer climate
Lennart Bengtsson;Lennart Bengtsson;Kevin I. Hodges;Monika Esch;Noel Keenlyside.
Tellus A (2007)
Why the Western Pacific Subtropical High Has Extended Westward since the Late 1970s
Tianjun Zhou;Rucong Yu;Jie Zhang;Helge Drange.
Journal of Climate (2009)
Will Extratropical Storms Intensify in a Warmer Climate
Lennart Bengtsson;Kevin Ivan Hodges;Noel Keenlyside.
Journal of Climate (2009)
Pantropical Climate Interactions
Wenju Cai;Wenju Cai;Lixin Wu;Matthieu Lengaigne;Matthieu Lengaigne;Tim Li.
ENSEMBLES: a new multi-model ensemble for seasonal-to-annual predictions: Skill and progress beyond DEMETER in forecasting tropical Pacific SSTs
A. Weisheimer;F.J. Doblas-Reyes;T.N. Palmer;Andrea Alessandri.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
North Atlantic Ocean control on surface heat flux on multidecadal timescales
Sergey K. Gulev;Sergey K. Gulev;Sergey K. Gulev;Mojib Latif;Mojib Latif;Noel Keenlyside;Wonsun Park.
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