Michael Ghil


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Michael

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Ghil

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  • 2017-10-11 Data-Adaptive Harmonic Decomposition and Stochastic Modeling of Arctic Sea Ice in ADVANCES IN NONLINEAR GEOSCIENCES
  • 2017-10-11 Pullback Attractor Crisis in a Delay Differential ENSO Model in ADVANCES IN NONLINEAR GEOSCIENCES
  • 2016-12 Lessons on Climate Sensitivity From Past Climate Changes in CURRENT CLIMATE CHANGE REPORTS
  • 2016-09 Economic Cycles and Their Synchronization: A Comparison of Cyclic Modes in Three European Countries in JOURNAL OF BUSINESS CYCLE RESEARCH
  • 2016-06 Pathogens trigger top-down climate forcing on ecosystem dynamics in OECOLOGIA
  • 2016-05 DADA: data assimilation for the detection and attribution of weather and climate-related events in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 2016 Singular Spectrum Analysis for Astronomical Time Series: Constructing a Parsimonious Hypothesis Test in THE UNIVERSE OF DIGITAL SKY SURVEYS
  • 2015-11 An end-to-end assessment of extreme weather impacts on food security in NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE
  • 2015-07 Multispectral analysis of Northern Hemisphere temperature records over the last five millennia in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 2013-08 Disconcerting learning on climate sensitivity and the uncertain future of uncertainty in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 2013 El Niño/Southern Oscillation in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NATURAL HAZARDS
  • 2012-06 Impact of the modulated annual cycle and intraseasonal oscillation on daily-to-interannual rainfall variability across monsoonal India in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 2007-10 Predicting weather regime transitions in Northern Hemisphere datasets in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 2007-09 Probabilistic clustering of extratropical cyclones using regression mixture models in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 2003-05 A Boolean Delay Equation Model of Colliding Cascades. Part II: Prediction of Critical Transitions in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 2003-05 A Boolean Delay Equation Model of Colliding Cascades. Part I: Multiple Seismic Regimes in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 2001-11 Atmospheric radiative equilibria. Part II: bimodal solutions for atmospheric optical properties in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 1998-11 Mass-Weighted Symplectic Forms for the N-Body Problem in CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY
  • 1998-06 Trends, interdecadal and interannual oscillations in global sea-surface temperatures in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 1998-05 Nonlinear Stability for Saddle Solutions of Ideal Flows and Symmetry Breaking in COMMUNICATIONS IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS
  • 1998 Successive bifurcations in a shallow-water ocean model in SIXTEENTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NUMERICAL METHODS IN FLUID DYNAMICS
  • 1997-07 Atmospheric radiative equilibria in a simple column model in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 1996 Spectral Methods: What They Can and Cannot do for Climatic Time Series in DECADAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY
  • 1995-12 Quasi-quadrennial and quasi-biennial variability in the equatorial Pacific in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 1995-11 Book reviews in PURE AND APPLIED GEOPHYSICS
  • 1995-09 Interannual and interdecadal variability in United States surface-air temperatures, 1910-87 in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 1995-07 Interannual and interdecadal oscillation patterns in sea level in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 1995-05 Singularly weighted symplectic forms and applications to asteroid motion in CELESTIAL MECHANICS AND DYNAMICAL ASTRONOMY
  • 1995 The Great Inequality in a Hamiltonian Planetary Theory in FROM NEWTON TO CHAOS
  • 1994-12 A model equation for nonlinear wavelength selection and amplitude evolution of frontal waves in JOURNAL OF NONLINEAR SCIENCE
  • 1994-06 Nonlinear variability of the climatic system from singular and power spectra of Late Quaternary records in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 1994 Extended Kalman Filtering for Vortex Systems: An Example of Observing-System Design in DATA ASSIMILATION
  • 1993 Nonlinear Paleoclimatic Variability from Quaternary Records in ICE IN THE CLIMATE SYSTEM
  • 1992-08 Extreme weather events in NATURE
  • 1992-03 Tropical air-sea interaction in general circulation models in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 1991-03 Interdecadal oscillations and the warming trend in global temperature time series in NATURE
  • 1990 Origin of the 30–60 Day Oscillation in the LOD and Atmospheric Angular Momentum: New Findings from the UCLA General Circulation Model in EARTH ROTATION AND COORDINATE REFERENCE FRAMES
  • 1990 A 30–60 Day Oscillation in Length-of-Day and Atmospheric Angular Momentum: Extratropical Origin? in EARTH ROTATION AND COORDINATE REFERENCE FRAMES
  • 1989 Deceptively-Simple Models of Climatic Change in CLIMATE AND GEO-SCIENCES
  • 1987-12 Book reviews in CLIMATIC CHANGE
  • 1987-05 Deep water formation and Quaternary glaciations in CLIMATE DYNAMICS
  • 1987 Nonlinear Phenomena in Climate Dynamics in IRREVERSIBLE PHENOMENA AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS IN GEOSCIENCES
  • 1987 Dynamics, Statistics and Predictability of Planetary Flow Regimes in IRREVERSIBLE PHENOMENA AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS IN GEOSCIENCES
  • 1986-09 Abstracts from the international conference on mathematical problems from the physics of fluids in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1985-10 Boolean delay equations. II. Periodic and aperiodic solutions in JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL PHYSICS
  • 1984 Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations in MILANKOVITCH AND CLIMATE
  • 1981 Internal Climatic Mechanisms Participating in Glaciation Cycles in CLIMATIC VARIATIONS AND VARIABILITY: FACTS AND THEORIES
  • 1981 Applications of Estimation Theory to Numerical Weather Prediction in DYNAMIC METEOROLOGY: DATA ASSIMILATION METHODS
  • 1981 Energy-Balance Models: An Introduction in CLIMATIC VARIATIONS AND VARIABILITY: FACTS AND THEORIES
  • 1981 Assimilation of Asynoptic Data and the Initialization Problem in DYNAMIC METEOROLOGY: DATA ASSIMILATION METHODS
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