Richard P. Allan spends much of his time researching Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Precipitation, Climate model and Meteorology. His work in the fields of Sea surface temperature overlaps with other areas such as Scale. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Global warming and Earth's energy budget.
In the subject of general Precipitation, his work in Rain gauge is often linked to Robustness, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His studies deal with areas such as Cloud cover and Radiative forcing as well as Climate model. Meteorology is closely attributed to Northern Hemisphere in his study.
Richard P. Allan mostly deals with Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Climate model, Precipitation and Meteorology. His Climatology research includes elements of Atmosphere, Climate change, Water vapor, Water cycle and Moisture. His Forcing study in the realm of Atmospheric sciences connects with subjects such as Tropics.
Richard P. Allan works mostly in the field of Climate model, limiting it down to concerns involving Outgoing longwave radiation and, occasionally, Earth's energy budget. His study in Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget and Radiosonde falls within the category of Meteorology. Richard P. Allan studied Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget and Numerical weather prediction that intersect with Mineral dust.
Richard P. Allan mainly investigates Climatology, Precipitation, Climate change, Climate model and Atmospheric sciences. Richard P. Allan has researched Climatology in several fields, including Atmosphere, Earth's energy budget, Flooding, Global change and Shortwave. His Precipitation research integrates issues from El Niño Southern Oscillation, Diurnal cycle and Atmospheric circulation.
In the field of Climate change, his study on Radiative forcing overlaps with subjects such as Dry season. In general Atmospheric sciences, his work in Troposphere is often linked to Flux linking many areas of study. His Intertropical Convergence Zone study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Northern Hemisphere.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Climatology, Atmospheric sciences, Shortwave, Aerosol and Climate change. Climatology is integrated with Download, State, Sea ice concentration, Environmental monitoring and Index in his research. His Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Humidity and Longwave.
Richard P. Allan has included themes like Global warming and Radiant energy in his Shortwave study. In Climate change, Richard P. Allan works on issues like Greenhouse gas, which are connected to Precipitation and Atmospheric circulation. His studies in Precipitation integrate themes in fields like Climate model and Future climate.
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The ERA‐40 re‐analysis
S. M. Uppala;P. W. Kållberg;Adrian J. Simmons;U. Andrae.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2005)
Atmospheric Warming and the Amplification of Precipitation Extremes
Richard Philip Allan;B.J. Soden.
How Well Do We Understand and Evaluate Climate Change Feedback Processes
Sandrine Bony;Robert Colman;Vladimir M. Kattsov;Richard P. Allan.
Evidence for Large Decadal Variability in the Tropical Mean Radiative Energy Budget
Bruce A. Wielicki;Takmeng Wong;Richard P. Allan;Anthony Slingo.
Observed changes in top-of-the-atmosphere radiation and upper-ocean heating consistent within uncertainty
Norman G. Loeb;John M. Lyman;John M. Lyman;Gregory C. Johnson;Richard P. Allan.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Winter floods in Britain are connected to atmospheric rivers
David A. Lavers;Richard P. Allan;Eric F. Wood;Gabriele Villarini.
Geophysical Research Letters (2011)
The detection of atmospheric rivers in atmospheric reanalyses and their links to British winter floods and the large-scale climatic circulation
David A. Lavers;Gabriele Villarini;Gabriele Villarini;Richard P. Allan;Eric F. Wood.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
STATE OF THE CLIMATE IN 2017
R. Abernethy;Steven A. Ackerman;R. Adler;Adelina Albanil Encarnación.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2018)
Can desert dust explain the outgoing longwave radiation anomaly over the Sahara during July 2003
Jim M. Haywood;Richard P. Allan;Ian Culverwell;Tony Slingo.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
The Geostationary Earth Radiation Budget Project
J. E. Harries;J. E. Russell;J. A. Hanafin;H. Brindley.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2005)
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