Australian Meteorological Magazine 2008 Papers

Vol/No.

Pages

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Author

Filename (Low-res)

Filename (High-res)

57/1 1-11 Southeast Australian thunderstorms: are they increasing in frequency? Davis, S. and Walsh, K.J.E. davis.pdf

davis_hres.pdf

57/1 13-35 The changing nature of temperature extremes in Australia and New Zealand Chambers, L.E. and Griffiths, G.M. chambers.pdf

chambers_hres.pdf

57/1 37-43 The probability distribution of observed minus expected sea-level pressures; a quality control perspective Seaman, R.S. seaman.pdf

seaman_hres.pdf

57/1 45-51 Impact of MODIS atmospheric motion vectors on a global NWP system Le Marshall, J., Jung, J., Zapotocny, T., Redder, C., Dunn, M., Daniels, J. and Riishojgaard, L.P. lemarshall1.pdf

lemarshall1_hres.pdf

57/1 53-64 The South Pacific and southeast Indian Ocean tropical cyclone season 2005-06 Courtney, J.B. and Santos, B.J. courtney.pdf

courtney_hres.pdf

57/1 65-75 Seasonal climate summary southern hemisphere (autumn 2007): La Niña a distinct possibility in 2007 Braganza, K. braganza.pdf

braganza_hres.pdf

57/1 77-81 Quarterly numerical weather prediction model performance summary - July to December 2007 Wu, X. wu1.pdf

wu1_hres.pdf

57/1 83-84 Bureau of Meteorology - publications issued 2007 Not available Not available

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57/2 85-89 An investigation into the origin of aerosol nucleation events observed in the Southern Ocean boundary layer Jimi, S.I., Siems, S.T., McGregor, J.L., Gras, J.L. and Katzfey, J.J. jimi.pdf

jimi_hres.pdf

57/2 95-108 Comparison of official and operational consensus forecasts of capital city daily extreme temperatures in 2006 Woodcock, F., Elliott, G. and Setek, M. woodcock.pdf

woodcock_hres.pdf

57/2 109-120 A fire danger climatology for Tasmania Fox-Hughes, P. fox-hughes.pdf

fox-hughes_hres.pdf

57/2 121-141 A review of historical tropical cyclone intensity in north-western Australia and implications for climate change trend analysis Harper, B.A., Stroud, S.A., McCormack, M. and West, S. harper.pdf

harper_hres.pdf

57/2 143-154 The tropical circulation in the Australian and Asian region - May to October 2007 Shaik, H.A. and Cleland, S.J. shaik1.pdf

shaik1_hres.pdf

57/2 155-166 Seasonal climate summary southern hemisphere (winter 2007): a developing La Niña and a positive Indian Ocean dipole Bettio, L. bettio_pdf

bettio_hres.pdf

57/2 167-169 Quarterly numerical weather prediction model performance summary - January to March 2008 Wu, X. wu2.pdf

wu2_hres.pdf

57/3 175-193 20 km resolution regional climate model experiments over Australia: experimental design and simulations of current climate Song, R., Gao, X., Zhang, H. and Moise, A. song.pdf

song_hres.pdf

57/3 195-212 Changes in extreme temperatures of Australasian summer simulated by CCAM under global warming, and the roles of winds and land-sea contrasts Watterson, I.G., McGregor, J.L. and Nguyen, K.C. watterson.pdf

watterson_hres.pdf

57/3 213-233 Verification of a high-resolution mesoscale NWP system Vincent, C.L., Bourke, W., Kepert, J.D., Chattopadhyay, M., Ma, Y., Steinle, P.J. and Tingwell, C.I.W. vincent.pdf

vincent_hres.pdf

57/3 235-247 An investigation of recent orographic precipitation events in northeast Victoria Landvogt, P.K., Bye, J.A.T. and Lane, T.P. landvogt.pdf

landvogt_hres.pdf

57/3 249-254 Using cloudy AIRS fields of view in numerical weather prediction Le Marshall, J., Jung, J., Goldberg, M., Barnet, C., Wolf, W., Derber, J., Treadon, R. and Lord, S. lemarshall2.pdf

lemarshall2_hres.pdf

57/3 255-268 Seasonal climate summary southern hemisphere (spring 2007): La Niña finally takes hold Hope, P. and Watkins, A.B. hope.pdf

hope_hres.pdf

57/3 269-271 Quarterly numerical weather prediction model performance summary – April to June 2008 Wu, X. wu3.pdf

wu3_hres.pdf

57/3 273-278 Verification of the Bureau of Meteorology's seasonal forecasts: 2003-2005 Fawcett, R.J.B. fawcett.pdf

fawcett_hres.pdf

57/3 279-298 The 2007 Antarctic ozone hole Tully, M.B., Klekociuk, A.R., Deschamps, L.L., Henderson, S.I., Krummel, P.B., Fraser, P.J., Shanklin, J.D., Downey, A.H., Gies, H.P. and Javorniczky, J. tully.pdf

tully_hres.pdf

57/4 299-309 Abrupt surface drying and fire weather. Part I: overview and case study of the South Australian fires of 11 January 2005 Mills, G.A. mills1.pdf

mills1_hres.pdf

57/4 311-328 Abrupt surface drying and fire weather. Part II: a preliminary synoptic climatology in the forested areas of southern Australia Mills, G.A. mills2.pdf

mills2_hres.pdf

57/4 329-343 An end-to-end severe thunderstorm forecasting system in Australia: overview and training issues Deslandes, R., Richter, H. and Bannister, T. deslandes.pdf

deslandes_hres.pdf

57/4 345-357 Occurrence frequencies and trajectories of mesoscale convective systems over southeast Brazil related to cold frontal and non-frontal incursions Siqueira, J.R. and Marques, V.da S. siqueira.pdf

siqueira_hres.pdf

57/4 359-365 The contribution of locally generated MTSAT-1R atmospheric motion vectors to operational meteorology in the Australian region Le Marshall, J., Seecamp, R., Dunn, M., Velden, C., Wanzong, S., Puri, K., Bowen, R. and Rea, A. lemarshall3.pdf

lemarshall3_hres.pdf

57/4 367-378 The tropical circulation in the Australian/Asian region - November 2007 to April 2008 Shaik, H.A. and Cleland, S.J. shaik2.pdf

shaik2_hres.pdf

57/4 379-393 Seasonal climate summary southern hemisphere (summer 2007-08): mature La Niña, an active MJO, strongly positive SAM, and highly anomalous sea-ice Wheeler, M.C. wheeler.pdf

wheeler_hres.pdf

57/4 395-397 Quarterly numerical weather prediction model performance summary - July to September 2008 Wu, X. wu4.pdf

wu4_hres.pdf

57/4 399-402 Indexes – volume 57 Not available index.pdf

index.pdf

Comments:

A corrigendum to the Gallant et al. paper from the December 2007 issue was published in the June 2008 issue. Corrigenda were also published in the June 2008 issue to the Seaman and Le Marshall et al. papers from the March 2008 issue. On this website corrected versions of the original papers are shown. (The corrigendum to the Le Marshall et al. paper relates to a printing error - the version originally posted on the web was unaffected).