Adam H. Sobel

Applied Mathematics Columbia University, New York, NY 
Climate Change, Atmospheric Sciences
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Alan Plumb grad student 1998 MIT (Envirotree)


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Samuel P. Burns grad student 2006 Columbia
Deborah Herceg grad student 2006 Columbia
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Sobel AH, Camargo SJ, Hall TM, et al. (2016) Human influence on tropical cyclone intensity. Science (New York, N.Y.). 353: 242-6
Hsiang SM, Sobel AH. (2016) Potentially Extreme Population Displacement and Concentration in the Tropics Under Non-Extreme Warming. Scientific Reports. 6: 25697
Lee CY, Tippett MK, Sobel AH, et al. (2016) Rapid intensification and the bimodal distribution of tropical cyclone intensity. Nature Communications. 7: 10625
Wing AA, Camargo SJ, Sobel AH. (2016) Role of radiative-convective feedbacks in spontaneous tropical cyclogenesis in idealized numerical simulations Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 73: 2633-2642
Nie J, Sobel AH. (2016) Modeling the interaction between quasigeostrophic vertical motion and convection in a single column Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 73: 1101-1117
Sobel AH, Camargo SJ, Barnston AG, et al. (2016) Northern hemisphere tropical cyclones during the quasi-El Niño of late 2014 Natural Hazards. 1-13
Walsh KJE, Mcbride JL, Klotzbach PJ, et al. (2016) Tropical cyclones and climate change Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change. 7: 65-89
Anber U, Gentine P, Wang S, et al. (2015) Fog and rain in the Amazon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112: 11473-7
Lee CY, Tippett MK, Camargo SJ, et al. (2015) Probabilistic multiple linear regression modeling for tropical cyclone intensity Monthly Weather Review. 143: 933-954
Dwyer JG, Camargo SJ, Sobel AH, et al. (2015) Projected twenty-first-century changes in the length of the tropical cyclone season Journal of Climate. 28: 6181-6192
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