Journal Articles

Each year NCAR/UCAR scientists and research staff disseminate the results of their research by publishing hundreds of articles. Our collection of Journal Articles contains peer-reviewed journal articles and published conference proceedings. We provide full text access to article where possible.

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Stratospheric ozone loss over the Eurasian continent induced by the polar vortex shift
Internal climate variability and projected future regional steric and dynamic sea level rise
21st Century drought-related fires counteract the decline of Amazon deforestation carbon emissions
Future changes in coastal upwelling ecosystems with global warming: The case of the California Current System
Stormtime substorm onsets: Occurrence and flow channel triggering
On the freezing time of supercooled drops in developing convective clouds over tropical ocean
Calibration of Safecast dose rate measurements
Incorporating geostationary lightning data into a radar reflectivity based hydrometeor retrieval method:  An observing system simulation experiment
Migrating big video data to cloud: a peer-assisted approach for VoD
Forecasting severe convective storms with WRF-based RTFDDA radar data assimilation in Guangdong, China
Surface energy balance closure at ten sites over the Tibetan plateau
Applications of an updated atmospheric energetics formulation
GISandbox: A science gateway for geospatial computing
The Interactive Stratospheric Aerosol Model Intercomparison Project (ISA-MIP): motivation and experimental design
ROTI Maps: a new IGS ionospheric product characterizing the ionospheric irregularities occurrence
Notified access in coarray-based hydrodynamics applications on many-core architectures: Design and performance
The 12th workshop on Antarctic meteorology and climate
Robustness of hydroclimate metrics for climate change impact research
Contrasting impacts of radiative forcing in the Southern Ocean versus southern tropics on ITCZ position and energy transport in one GFDL climate model
“Sometimes da #beachlife ain't always da wave”: Understanding People’s Evolving Hurricane Risk Communication, Risk Assessments, and Responses Using Twitter Narratives