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Submitted/In Review

  • Liu, Chengji and Elizabeth A. Barnes: Quantifying Isentropic Mixing linked to Rossby wave breaking in a Modified Lagrangian Coordinate. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, submitted 07/2017.
  • McGraw, Marie and Elizabeth A. Barnes: Memory matters: A case for Granger causality in climate variability studies. Journal of Climate, submitted 05/2017.
  • Tseng, Kai-Chih, Elizabeth A. Barnes and Eric Maloney: Prediction of North Pacific Height Anomalies During Strong Madden-Julian Oscillation Events. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, submitted 05/2017.
  • Liu, Chengji, Elizabeth A. Barnes: Synoptic Formation of Double Tropopauses. Journal of Geophysical Research - Atmospheres, submitted 05/2017.
  • Elizabeth A. Barnes and Isla Simpson: Seasonal sensitivity of the Northern Hemisphere jet-streams to Arctic temperatures on subseasonal timescales.Journal of Climate, submitted 05/2017.
  • Woollings, Tim, Elizabeth Barnes, Brian Hoskins, Young-Oh Kwon, Robert W. Lee, Camille Li, Erica Madonna, Marie McGraw, Tess Parker, Regina Rodrigues, Clemens Spensberger and Keith Williams: Daily to decadal modulation of jet variability. Journal of Climate, submitted 05/2017.
  • Li, Jingyuan, David W.J. Thompson, Elizabeth A. Barnes and Susan Solomon: Quantifying the lead time required for a linear trend to emerge from internal climate variability. J. of Climate, revisions submitted 05/2017.

Accepted/In Press

  • Baggett, Cory, Elizabeth A. Barnes, Eric Maloney and Bryan Mundhenk, 2017: Advancing Atmospheric River Forecasts into Subseasonal Timescales. Geophysical Research Letters, in press.
  • Mundhenk, Bryan, Elizabeth A. Barnes, Eric Maloney and Cory F. Baggett, 2017: Skillful Empirical Subseasonal Prediction of Landfalling Atmospheric River Activity using the Madden-Julian Oscillation and the Quasi-biennial Oscillation. npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, in press.

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