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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Publications

Diapycnal mixing of passive tracers by Kelvin–Helmholtz instabilities
J Penney, Y Morel, P Haynes, F Auclair, C Nguyen
– Journal of Fluid Mechanics
(2020)
900,
a26
Effects of upwelling duration and phytoplankton growth regime on dissolved-oxygen levels in an idealized Iberian Peninsula upwelling system
JH Bettencourt, V Rossi, L Renault, P Haynes, Y Morel, V Garçon
– Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics
(2020)
27,
277
Spatio‐temporal stability analysis applied to monsoon anticyclone flow
PM Rupp, PH Haynes
– Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
(2020)
146,
1861
Ice injected into the tropopause by deep convection – Part 1: In the austral convective tropics
IA Dion, P Ricaud, P Haynes, F Carminati, T Dauhut
– Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
(2019)
19,
6459
The mechanisms leading to a stratospheric hydration by overshooting convection
PH Haynes, T Dauhut, J-P Chaboreau, T Lane
– Journals of the Atmospheric Sciences
(2018)
The mechanisms leading to a stratospheric hydration by overshooting convection
T Dauhut, JP Chaboureau, PH Haynes, TP Lane
– Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences
(2018)
75,
4383
The Emergence of Shallow Easterly Jets within QBO Westerlies
P Hitchcocka, PH Haynes, WJ Randel, T Birner
– Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences
(2018)
75,
21
Arctic sea-ice loss in different regions leads to contrasting Northern Hemisphere impacts
CM McKenna, TJ Bracegirdle, EF Shuckburgh, PH Haynes, MM Joshi
– Geophysical Research Letters
(2018)
44,
945
The radiative role of ozone and water vapour in the temperature annual cycle in the tropical tropopause layer
A Ming, AC Maycock, P Hitchcock, P Haynes
– Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions
(2017)
1
The radiative role of ozone and water vapour in the annual temperature cycle in the tropical tropopause layer
A Ming, AC Maycock, P Hitchcock, P Haynes
– Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics
(2017)
17,
5677
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Research Group

Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics

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G1.13

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01223 337862