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2022

Domeisen, Daniela I.V. and White, Christopher J. and Afargan-Gerstman, Hilla and Muñoz, Ángel G. and Janiga, Matthew A. and Vitart, Frédéric and Wulf, C. Ole and Antoine, Salomé and Ardilouze, Constantin and Batté, Lauriane and Bloomfield, Hannah C. and Brayshaw, David J. and Camargo, Suzana J. and Charlton-Pérez, Andrew and Collins, Dan and Cowan, Tim and del Mar Chaves, Maria and Ferranti, Laura and Gómez, Rosario and González, Paula L.M. and González Romero, Carmen and Infanti, Johnna M. and Karozis, Stelios and Kim, Hera and Kolstad, Erik W. and LaJoie, Emerson and Lledó, Llorenç and Magnusson, Linus and Malguzzi, Piero and Manrique-Suñén, Andrea and Mastrangelo, Daniele and Materia, Stefano and Medina, Hanoi and Palma, Lluís and Pineda, Luis E. and Sfetsos, Athanasios and Son, Seok-Woo and Soret, Albert and Strazzo, Sarah and Tian, Di (2022) Advances in the subseasonal prediction of extreme events : relevant case studies across the globe. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 103 (6). E1473–E1501. ISSN 0003-0007

2021

White, Christopher J. and Domeisen, Daniela I. V. and Acharya, Nachiketa and Adefisan, Elijah A. and Anderson, Michael L. and Aura, Stella and Balogun, Ahmed A. and Bertram, Douglas and Bluhm, Sonia and Brayshaw, David J. and Browell, Jethro and Büeler, Domink and Charlton-Perez, Andrew and Chourio, Xandre and Christel, Isadora and Coelho, Caio A. S. and DeFlorio, Michael J. and Delle Monache, Luca and Di Giuseppe, Francesca and García-Solórzano, Ana María and Gibson, Peter B. and Goddard, Lisa and González Romero, Carmen and Graham, Richard J. and Graham, Robert M. and Grams, Christian M. and Halford, Alan and Huang, W. T. Katty and Jensen, Kjeld and Kilavi, Mary and Lawal, Kamoru A. and Lee, Robert W. and MacLeod, David and Manrique-Suñén, Andrea and Martins, Eduardo S. P. R. and Maxwell, Carolyn J. and Merryfield, William J. and Muñoz, Ángel G. and Olaniyan, Eniola and Otieno, George and Oyedpo, John A. and Palma, Lluís and Pechlivanidis, Ilias G. and Pons, Diego and Ralph, F. Martin and Reis Jr., Dirceu S. and Remenyi, Tomas A. and Risbey, James S. and Robertson, Donald J. C. and Robertson, Andrew W. and Smith, Stefan and Soret, Albert and Sun, Ting and Todd, Martin C. and Tozer, Carly R. and Vasconcelos Jr., Franisco C. and Vigo, Ilaria and Waliser, Duane E. and Wetterhall, Fredrik and Wilson, Robert G. (2021) Advances in the application and utility of subseasonal-to-seasonal predictions. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. ISSN 1520-0477

Bloomfield, H.C. and Gonzalez, P.L.M. and Lundquist, J.K. and Stoop, L.P. and Browell, J. and Dargaville, R. and De Felice, M. and Gruber, K. and Hilbers, A. and Kies, A. and Panteli, M. and Thornton, H.E. and Wohland, J. and Zeyringer, M. and Brayshaw, D.J. (2021) The importance of weather and climate to energy systems : a workshop on Next Generation Challenges in Energy-Climate Modelling. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 102 (1). E159-E167.

2020

Merryfield, William J. and Baehr, Joanna and White, Christopher J., World Climate Research Programme, World Weather Research Programme (2020) Current and emerging developments in subseasonal to decadal prediction. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 101 (6). E869-E896.

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