ALEXEY V


 


    ALEXEY  FEDOROV
            SELECTED  PUBLICATIONS


BOOK CHAPTERS:


50. Fedorov A.V. and J. Brown, 2009: Equatorial waves. In “Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Second Edition)”, J. Steele, ed., Academic Press, 3679-3695.

49. Fedorov A.V., 2008: Ocean-atmosphere coupling. In “Oxford Companion to Global Change”, A. Goudie and D.Cuff, ed., Oxford University Press., 369-374.

48. Fedorov, A.V. and Melville, W.K. 1998: Breaking internal waves and fronts in rotating fluids. In Physical processes in lakes and oceans, Chapter 18, (J.Imberger, ed.) Washington, DC, AGU, 251-260.



ARTICLES (SUBMITTED OR IN REVISION):


47. Manucharyan, G. and Fedorov, A.V. 2013 Persistent ENSO in different climates . To be submitted, Nature Geosciences

 

46. Sevellec, F., and Fedorov, A.V., 2013: Mechanisms and predictability of millennial variability in a simple ocean model. To be submitted, PNAS

 

45. Sevellec, F., and Fedorov, A.V. 2013: Changes in the AMOC stability during glacial-interglacial cycles and millennial variability. Submitted, Nature Geosciences

 

44. Haertel, P., Straub, K. and Fedorov, A.V. 2013: Lagrangian Overturning and the Madden-Julian Oscillation, In revision, Q. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc.

 

43. Sevellec, F., and Fedorov, A.V. 2013: Optimal temperature and salinity perturbations for the AMOC in a realistic ocean GCM. Submitted, Progress in Oceanography

 



REFEREED ARTICLES (PUBLISHED OR IN PRESS):


42. Sevellec, F., and Fedorov, A.V. 2013: Model bias and the limits of oceanic decadal predictability: importance of the deep ocean J. Climate, in press.

41. Fedorov A.V., Lawrence, K., Liu, Z, Brierley, C., Dekens, P. and Ravelo, A.C. 2013:
Patterns and Mechanisms of early Pliocene warmth. Nature, accepted.

40. Rohling E.J. and co-authors, 2012: Making sense of paleoclimate sensitivity. Nature 497, 683-691.


39. Parker, M. and Fedorov. A.V. 2011: Ocean response to arbitrary wind variations in the low-frequency approximation: implications for ENSO and decadal climate variability. Dynamics of Atm. and Oceans, submitted.

38. Haertel, P., and Fedorov, A.V. 2012: The Ventilated Ocean: overturning circulation and stratification in an ocean with adiabatic interior. J. Phys. Oceanography 42, 141-164.

37. Guilyardi, E., Cai, W., Collin, M., Fedorov, A.V., Jin, F.-F., Kumar, A., Sun, D.-Z., Wittenberg A., 2012: New strategies for evaluating ENSO processes in climate models. Bull. Amer. Meteorological Society.

36. Sevellec, F., and Fedorov, A.V. 2011: The leading, interdecadal eigenmode of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation in a realistic ocean GCM. J. Climate, in press.


35. Brierley, C. and Fedorov A.V. 2011: Tidal mixing around the Maritime continent: implications for paleoclimate simulations. GRL 38, 24703-24710.

34. Manucharyan, G., Brierley, C. and Fedorov A.V., 2011: Climate impacts of intermittent ocean mixing induced by tropical cyclones. JGR-Oceans 116, 11038-11050.

33. Sevellec, F. and Fedorov, A.V. 2011: Stability of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation in a zonally-averaged ocean model: the effects of freshwater, wind and diapycnal diffusion. Deep-Sea Research, DOI:10.1016/j.dsr2.2010.10.070, 1927-1943.

32. Brown J., Fedorov, A.V., and Guilyardi, E., 2011: How well do coupled models replicate the energetics of ENSO? Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-010-0926-8, 2147-2158.

31. Sevellec, F., and Fedorov, A.V. 2010: Excitation of SST anomalies in the eastern equatorial Pacific by oceanic optimal perturbations. J. Marine Research, 68, 597-624.

30. Fedorov, A.V. 2010: Ocean response to wind variations, warm water volume, and simple models of ENSO in the low-frequency approximation. J.Climate 23, 3855-3873.

29. Fedorov, A.V., Brierley, C., and Emanuel, K., 2010: Tropical cyclones and permanent El Nino in the early Pliocene epoch. Nature 463, 1066-1070.

28. Brierley, C., and Fedorov, A.V., 2010: Relative importance of meridional and zonal SST gradients for the onset of the Ice Ages and Pliocene-Pleistocene climate evolution. Paleoceanography 25, doi: 10.1029/2009PA001809.

27. Brown J. and Fedorov, A.V., 2010: How much energy is transferred from the winds to the thermocline on ENSO timescales. J. Climate 23, 1563–1580.

26. Brown J. and Fedorov, A.V., 2010: Estimating the diapycnal transport contribution to Warm Water Volume variations in the tropical Pacific ocean. J. Climate 23, 221-237.

25. Brierley, C., Fedorov, A. V., Liu, Z., Herbert, T., Lawrence, K. and LaRiviere, J.  2009:
Greatly expanded tropical warm pool and weaker Hadley circulation in the early Pliocene, Science 323, 1714-1718.

24. Guilyardi, E., Wittenberg, A., Fedorov, A.V., Collins, M., Wang, C., Capotondi, A., van Oldenborgh,. G.-J. and Stockdale, T., 2009: 
Understanding El Niño in ocean-atmosphere general circulation models. Bull. Amer. Meteorological Society 90, 325–340.

23. Fedorov, A.V. and Melville, W.K. 2009: A model for strongly-forced wind waves. J. Phys. Oceanography. 39, 2502–2522.

22. Brown J. and Fedorov, A.V., 2008: The mean energy balance in the tropical ocean, J. Marine Research 66, 1-23.

21. Barreiro, M., A.V. Fedorov, and co-authors, 2008: Abrupt climate changes: How the freshening of the northern Atlantic affects the thermohaline and wind-driven oceanic circulations. Ann. Rev. of Earth and Planetary Sciences 36, 33-58.


20. Fedorov, A.V. 2007: Net energy dissipation rates in the tropical ocean and ENSO dynamics. J.Climate 20, 1099–1108.

19. Fedorov, A.V., Barreiro, M., Pacanowski, R.C., Boccaletti, G., and Philander, S.G., 2007: The freshening of surface waters in high latitudes: effects on the thermohaline and wind-driven circulations. J.Phys.Oceanography. 37, 896–907.


18. Fedorov, A.V., Dekens, P., Ravelo, C., deMenocal, P., Pacanowski, R.C. and Philander, S.G., 2006: The Pliocene Paradox (Mechanisms for a permanent El Niño). Science 312, 1437-1443.

17. Barreiro, M., Pacanowski, R.C., Philander, S.G. and Fedorov, A.V., 2005: Simulations of warm tropical conditions with application to middle Pliocene atmospheres. Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-005-0086-4.

16. Fedorov, A.V., Pacanowski, R.C., Philander, S.G. and Boccaletti, G., 2004:  The effect of salinity on the wind-driven circulation and the thermal structure of the upper ocean. J. Phys. Oceanography. 34, 1949-1966.

15. Boccaletti, G., Pacanowski, R.C., Philander S.G. and Fedorov, A.V., 2004: The thermal structure of the upper ocean. J.Phys. Oceanography 34, 888-902.

14. Philander, S.G. and Fedorov, A.V. 2003: Is El Niño sporadic or cyclic? Ann. Rev. of Earth and Planetary Sciences 31, 579-594.

13. Fedorov, A.V., Harper, S.L., Winter, B. and Wittenberg, A., 2003: How predictable is El Niño? Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. 84, 911-919.

12. Philander, S.G. and Fedorov, A.V., 2003:  The role of tropics in changing the response to Milankovitch forcing some three million years ago. Paleoceanography, 18(2), 1045, doi:10.1029/2002PA000837.

11. Fedorov, A.V., 2002: The response of the coupled tropical ocean-atmosphere to westerly wind bursts. Q. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc. 128, 1-23.

10. Fedorov, A.V. and Philander, S.G., 2001: A stability analysis of the tropical ocean-atmosphere interactions: Bridging Measurements of, and Theory for El Niño. J. Climate 14, 3086-3101.

9. Fedorov, A.V. and Melville, W.K., 2000: Kelvin fronts on the equatorial thermocline. J.Phys. Oceanography 30, 1692-1705.

8. Fedorov, A.V. and Philander, S.G., 2000:  Is El Niño changing? Science 288, 1997-2002.

7. Fedorov, A.V., Melville, W.K. and Rozenberg, A., 1998: Experimental and numerical study of parasitic capillary waves. Phys. Fluids 10, 1315–1323.

6. Fedorov, A.V. and Melville, W. K., 1998: Nonlinear gravity-capillary waves with forcing and dissipation. J.Fluid Mech. 354, 1-42.

5. Fedorov, A.V. and Melville, W.K. ,1996: Hydraulic jumps at boundaries in rotating fluids. J.Fluid Mech. 324, 55-82.

4. Fedorov, A.V. and Melville, W.K., 1995: Propagation and breaking of nonlinear Kelvin waves. J.Phys.Oceanogr. 25, 2519-2531.

3. Fedorov, A.V. and Malomed, B.A., 1992: Generation of flexural waves on a quasi-one-dimensional KP soliton. Wave Motion 15, 221-227.