His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Oceanography, Ocean current, Environmental science and Meteorology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate model and Eddy in addition to Climatology. Richard John Greatbatch works mostly in the field of Oceanography, limiting it down to topics relating to Potential vorticity and, in certain cases, Parametrization.
His Ocean current research also works with subjects such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Climatology, Environmental science, Oceanography, Atmospheric sciences and Sea surface temperature. His work in North Atlantic oscillation, Wind stress, Ocean current, Extratropical cyclone and Thermohaline circulation are all subfields of Climatology research. His research integrates issues of Atmospheric circulation and Northern Hemisphere in his study of North Atlantic oscillation.
His work carried out in the field of Wind stress brings together such families of science as Thermocline, Meteorology, Sea level and Barotropic fluid. His Sea surface temperature study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as General Circulation Model, Atmospheric model and Ocean dynamics. The various areas that Richard John Greatbatch examines in his Forcing study include Baroclinity, Ocean gyre and Diabatic.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Environmental science, Oceanography, Forcing and Atmospheric sciences. His research on Climatology frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Madden–Julian oscillation. His studies deal with areas such as Backscatter, Ocean gyre, Rossby wave and Scaling as well as Forcing.
The Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Waves and shallow water, Energy budget, Eddy and Climate model. His work investigates the relationship between Waves and shallow water and topics such as Mean flow that intersect with problems in Barotropic fluid, Advection, Gulf Stream, Stream function and Vorticity. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Sea surface temperature, Sea-surface height, Ocean dynamics and Atlantic Equatorial mode is strongly linked to General Circulation Model.
Richard John Greatbatch mostly deals with Climatology, Environmental science, Sea surface temperature, Empirical orthogonal functions and Variation. His Climatology research includes themes of Data assimilation and Atmospheric pressure. His studies in Sea surface temperature integrate themes in fields like Global warming and Atmospheric circulation.
His Empirical orthogonal functions research incorporates themes from East asian summer monsoon, Troposphere and Madden–Julian oscillation. While the research belongs to areas of Ocean current, Richard John Greatbatch spends his time largely on the problem of Storm, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Dissipation. His work deals with themes such as Forecast skill, Latitude and Anticyclone, which intersect with Anomaly.
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Multidecadal Thermohaline Circulation Variability Driven by Atmospheric Surface Flux Forcing
Thomas L. Delworth;Richard J. Greatbatch.
Journal of Climate (2000)
A note on the representation of steric sea level in models that conserve volume rather than mass
Richard J. Greatbatch.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
A diagnosis of interpentadal circulation changes in the North Atlantic
Richard J. Greatbatch;Augustus F. Fanning;Allan D. Goulding;Sydney Levitus.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1991)
The North Atlantic Oscillation
R. J. Greatbatch.
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment (2000)
Western boundary currents regulated by interaction between ocean eddies and the atmosphere
Xiaohui Ma;Xiaohui Ma;Zhao Jing;Zhao Jing;Ping Chang;Ping Chang;Xue Liu;Xue Liu.
Towards a mesoscale eddy closure
Carsten Eden;Richard J. Greatbatch.
Ocean Modelling (2008)
A Reexamination of the polar Halocline Catastrophe and Implications for Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Modeling
Sheng Zhang;Richard J. Greatbatch;Charles A. Lin.
Journal of Physical Oceanography (1993)
Changes in the North Atlantic Oscillation influence CO2 uptake in the North Atlantic over the past 2 decades
H. Thomas;Friederike Prowe;I.D. Lima;S.C. Doney.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2008)
An Interdecadal Oscillation in an Idealized Ocean Basin Forced by Constant Heat Flux.
Richard J. Greatbatch;Sheng Zhang.
Journal of Climate (1995)
Physical processes that impact the evolution of global mean sea level in ocean climate models
Stephen M. Griffies;Richard John Greatbatch.
Ocean Modelling (2012)
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