Mitchell W. Moncrieff
Mitchell W. Moncrieff
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The dynamics and simulation of tropical cumulonimbus and squall lines
MW Moncrieff, MJ Miller
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 102 (432), 373-394, 1976
5731976
Inferences of predictability associated with warm season precipitation episodes
RE Carbone, JD Tuttle, DA Ahijevych, SB Trier
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 59 (13), 2033-2056, 2002
5612002
Two‐dimensional convection in non‐constant shear: A model of mid‐latitude squall lines
AJ Thorpe, MJ Miller, MW Moncrieff
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 108 (458), 739-762, 1982
3571982
A numerical investigation of the organization and interaction of the convective and stratiform regions of tropical squall lines
JP Lafore, MW Moncrieff
Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 46 (4), 521-544, 1989
3131989
Organized convective systems: Archetypal dynamical models, mass and momentum flux theory, and parametrization
MW Moncrieff
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 118 (507), 819-850, 1992
2661992
Cloud-resolving modeling of tropical cloud systems during Phase III of GATE. Part I: Two-dimensional experiments
WW Grabowski, X Wu, MW Moncrieff
Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 53 (24), 3684-3709, 1996
2541996
The propagation and transfer properties of steady convective overturning in shear
MW Moncrieff, JSA Green
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 98 (416), 336-352, 1972
2451972
MJO simulation diagnostics
D Waliser, K Sperber, H Hendon, D Kim, E Maloney, M Wheeler, ...
Journal of Climate 22 (11), 3006-3030, 2009
2292009
Cloud-resolving modeling of cloud systems during Phase III of GATE. Part II: Effects of resolution and the third spatial dimension
WW Grabowski, X Wu, MW Moncrieff, WD Hall
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 55 (21), 3264-3282, 1998
2261998
A theory of organized steady convection and its transport properties
MW Moncrieff
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 107 (451), 29-50, 1981
1971981
Confronting models with data: The GEWEX cloud systems study
D Randall, S Krueger, C Bretherton, J Curry, P Duynkerke, M Moncrieff, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 84 (4), 455-469, 2003
1962003
The “year” of tropical convection (May 2008–April 2010): Climate variability and weather highlights
DE Waliser, MW Moncrieff, D Burridge, AH Fink, D Gochis, BN Goswami, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 93 (8), 1189-1218, 2012
1912012
Cracking the MJO nut
C Zhang, J Gottschalck, ED Maloney, MW Moncrieff, F Vitart, DE Waliser, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (6), 1223-1230, 2013
1662013
The generation and propagation of a nocturnal squall line. Part I: Observations and implications for mesoscale predictability
RE Carbone, JW Conway, NA Crook, MW Moncrieff
Monthly Weather Review 118 (1), 26-49, 1990
1591990
Large‐scale organization of tropical convection in two‐dimensional explicit numerical simulations
WW Grabowski, MW Moncrieff
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 127 (572), 445-468, 2001
1572001
Collaboration of the weather and climate communities to advance subseasonal-to-seasonal prediction
G Brunet, M Shapiro, B Hoskins, M Moncrieff, R Dole, GN Kiladis, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 91 (10), 1397-1406, 2010
1542010
Moisture–convection feedback in the tropics
WW Grabowski, MW Moncrieff
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society: A journal of the …, 2004
1522004
Long-term behavior of cloud systems in TOGA COARE and their interactions with radiative and surface processes. Part I: Two-dimensional modeling study
X Wu, WW Grabowski, MW Moncrieff
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 55 (17), 2693-2714, 1998
1501998
Analytic representation of the large-scale organization of tropical convection
MW Moncrieff
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 61 (13), 1521-1538, 2004
1492004
Organized convective systems in the tropical western Pacific as a process in general circulation models: A TOGA COARE case‐study
MW Moncrieff, E Klinker
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 123 (540), 805-827, 1997
1481997
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