Roxy Mathew Koll
Roxy Mathew Koll
Scientist, Centre for Climate Change Research, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology
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Drying of Indian subcontinent by rapid Indian Ocean warming and a weakening land-sea thermal gradient
MK Roxy, K Ritika, P Terray, R Murtugudde, K Ashok, BN Goswami
Nature Communications 6, 2015
The curious case of Indian Ocean warming
MK Roxy, K Ritika, P Terray, S Masson
Journal of Climate 27 (22), 8501-8509, 2014
A threefold rise in widespread extreme rain events over central India
MK Roxy, S Ghosh, A Pathak, R Athulya, M Mujumdar, R Murtugudde, ...
Nature Communications 8 (1), 708, 2017
A reduction in marine primary productivity driven by rapid warming over the tropical Indian Ocean
MK Roxy, A Modi, R Murtugudde, V Valsala, S Panickal, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43, 826-833, 2016
Role of SST over the Indian Ocean in influencing the intraseasonal variability of the Indian summer monsoon
M Roxy, Y Tanimoto
Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan 85 (3), 349-358, 2007
Role of ocean–atmosphere interaction on northward propagation of Indian summer monsoon intra-seasonal oscillations (MISO)
S Sharmila, PA Pillai, S Joseph, M Roxy, RPM Krishna, R Chattopadhyay, ...
Climate Dynamics, 1-19, 2013
Intraseasonal SST-precipitation relationship and its spatial variability over the tropical summer monsoon region
M Roxy, Y Tanimoto, B Preethi, P Terray, R Krishnan
Climate Dynamics 41 (1), 45-61, 2012
Simulation and Extended range prediction of Monsoon Intraseasonal Oscillations in NCEP CFS/GFS version 2 framework
AK Sahai, S Sharmila, S Abhilash, R Chattopadhyay, N Borah, ...
Current Science 104 (10), 1394-1408, 2013
Influence of sea surface temperature on the intraseasonal variability of the South China Sea summer monsoon
M Roxy, Y Tanimoto
Climate Dynamics 39 (5), 1209-1218, 2011
Sensitivity of precipitation to sea surface temperature over the tropical summer monsoon region – and its quantification
M Roxy
Climate Dynamics 43 (5-6), 1159-1169, 2014
Extremes, Abrupt Changes and Managing Risks
M Collins, M Sutherland, L Bouwer, SM Cheong, T Frölicher, ...
IPCC Special Report on Oceans and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate, 68, 2019
Hydrography and water masses in the southeastern Arabian Sea during March-June 2003
SSC Shenoi, D Shankar, GS Michael, J Kurian, KK Varma, ...
Journal of Earth System Science 114 (5), 475-491, 2005
Seasonality in the relationship between El Nino and Indian Ocean dipole
M Roxy, S Gualdi, HKL Drbohlav, A Navarra
Climate dynamics 37 (1), 221-236, 2011
Impacts of Indian and Atlantic oceans on ENSO in a comprehensive modeling framework
P Terray, S Masson, C Prodhomme, MK Roxy, KP Sooraj
Climate Dynamics 46 (7), 2507-2533, 2016
Indian summer monsoon: Extreme events, historical changes, and role of anthropogenic forcings
D Singh, S Ghosh, MK Roxy, S McDermid
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, e571, 2019
The IITM Earth System Model: Transformation of a Seasonal Prediction Model to a Long Term Climate Model
P Swapna, MK Roxy, K Aparna, K Kulkarni, AG Prajeesh, K Ashok, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (8), 1351–1367, 2014
Intraseasonal variability of terrestrial biospheric CO2 fluxes over India during summer monsoons
V Valsala, YK Tiwari, P Pillai, M Roxy, S Maksyutov, R Murtugudde
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 118, 2013
Twofold expansion of the Indo-Pacific warm pool warps the MJO life cycle
MK Roxy, P Dasgupta, MJ McPhaden, T Suematsu, C Zhang, D Kim
Nature 575 (7784), 647-651, 2019
A sustained ocean observing system in the Indian Ocean for climate related scientific knowledge and societal needs
JC Hermes, Y Masumoto, L Beal, MK Roxy, J Vialard, M Andres, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 355, 2019
Indian Ocean and Indian summer monsoon: relationships without ENSO in ocean–atmosphere coupled simulations
J Crétat, P Terray, S Masson, KP Sooraj, MK Roxy
Climate Dynamics 49 (4), 1429–1448, 2017
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