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Consistent increase in Indian monsoon rainfall and its variability across CMIP-5 models
A Menon, A Levermann, J Schewe, J Lehmann, K Frieler
Earth System Dynamics 4, 287-300, 2013
1222013
Turn down the heat: climate extremes, regional impacts, and the case for resilience.
HJ Schellnhuber, B Hare, O Serdeczny, M Schaeffer, S Adams, F Baarsch, ...
Turn down the heat: climate extremes, regional impacts, and the case for …, 2013
682013
Enhanced future variability during India's rainy season
A Menon, A Levermann, J Schewe
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (12), 3242-3247, 2013
442013
Climatic risks and impacts in South Asia: extremes of water scarcity and excess
K Vinke, MA Martin, S Adams, F Baarsch, A Bondeau, D Coumou, ...
Regional Environmental Change 17 (6), 1569-1583, 2017
192017
Consistent increase in Indian monsoon rainfall and its variability across CMIP-5 models, Earth Syst. Dynam., 4, 287–300
A Menon, A Levermann, J Schewe, J Lehmann, K Frieler
172013
Comparing ice discharge through West Antarctic Gateways: Weddell vs. Amundsen Sea warming.
MA Martin, A Levermann, R Winkelmann
Cryosphere Discussions 9 (2), 2015
122015
Turn down the heat: climate extremes, regional impacts, and the case for resilience-executive summary
S Adams, F Baarsch, A Bondeau, D Coumou, R Donner, K Frieler, B Hare, ...
The World Bank, 2013
112013
Turn down the heat: climate extremes, regional impacts, and the case for resilience
S Adams, F Baarsch, A Bondeau, D Coumou, R Donner, K Frieler, B Hare, ...
Worldbank, 2013
82013
Interaction of convective organization with monsoon precipitation, atmosphere, surface and sea: The 2016 INCOMPASS field campaign in India
AG Turner, GS Bhat, GM Martin, DJ Parker, CM Taylor, AK Mitra, ...
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 2019
72019
The dynamic and thermodynamic structure of the monsoon over southern India: New observations from the INCOMPASS IOP
JK Fletcher, DJ Parker, AG Turner, A Menon, GM Martin, CE Birch, ...
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 2019
62019
The 2018 Kerala floods: a climate change perspective
KMR Hunt, A Menon
Climate Dynamics 54 (3), 2433-2446, 2020
42020
Modelling the moistening of the free troposphere during the northwestward progression of Indian monsoon onset
A Menon, AG Turner, GM Martin, C MacLachlan
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 144 (713), 1152-1168, 2018
42018
Airmass analysis of the processes driving the progression of the Indian summer monsoon
A Volonté, AG Turner, A Menon
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 2019
12019
Interaction of Convective Organisation with Monsoon Precipitation, Atmosphere, Surface and Sea: the 2016 INCOMPASS field campaign in India
JK Fletcher, AG Turner, GS Bhat, G Martin, DJ Parker, C Taylor, AK Mitra, ...
AGUFM 2019, A31Q-2813, 2019
2019
Indian monsoon onset and progression in nested suite simulations of the UK Met Office Unified Model.
A Menon, A Turner, A Volonte, S Webster, G Martin
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Airmass analysis of the processes driving the progression of the 2016 Indian summer monsoon.
A Volonté, A Turner, A Menon
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
The dynamical and thermodynamical structure of the monsoon over Southern India
J Fletcher, D Parker, A Menon, A Turner
EGUGA, 3515, 2017
2017
Dynamic and Thermodynamic Evolution of Indian Monsoon Onset in the Initialized Coupled Seasonal Forecasting Model of the UK Met Office
A Menon, AG Turner, G Martin
AGUFM 2016, A13F-0340, 2016
2016
Evolution of dynamic and thermodynamic fields during the Indian summer monsoon onset in the initialised atmosphere-ocean seasonal forecasting model of the UK Met Office
A Menon, A Turner, G Martin
EGUGA, EPSC2016-17286, 2016
2016
Indian summer monsoon in CMIP-5 projections: More rain, more erratically
A Menon, A Levermann, J Schewe, J Lehmann, K Frieler
AGUFM 2013, GC41C-1024, 2013
2013
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