Raghu Murtugudde

Affiliations: 
Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Area:
Atmospheric Sciences, Meteorology, Climate Change
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Vittal H, Ghosh S, Karmakar S, et al. (2016) Lack of Dependence of Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall Extremes on Temperature: An Observational Evidence. Scientific Reports. 6: 31039
Soneja S, Jiang C, Romeo Upperman C, et al. (2016) Extreme precipitation events and increased risk of campylobacteriosis in Maryland, U.S.A. Environmental Research. 149: 216-221
Le Mézo P, Lefort S, Séférian R, et al. (2016) Natural variability of marine ecosystems inferred from a coupled climate to ecosystem simulation Journal of Marine Systems. 153: 55-66
Ravi Kumar K, Valsala V, Tiwari YK, et al. (2016) Intra-seasonal variability of atmospheric CO2 concentrations over India during summer monsoons Atmospheric Environment. 142: 229-237
Das S, Sengupta D, Chakraborty A, et al. (2016) Low-frequency intraseasonal variability in a zonally symmetric aquaplanet model Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics. 1-17
Wang H, Murtugudde R, Kumar A. (2016) Evolution of Indian Ocean dipole and its forcing mechanisms in the absence of ENSO Climate Dynamics. 1-20
Karnauskas KB, Johnson GC, Murtugudde R. (2016) On the climate impacts of atolls in the central equatorial Pacific International Journal of Climatology
Roxy MK, Modi A, Murtugudde R, et al. (2016) A reduction in marine primary productivity driven by rapid warming over the tropical Indian Ocean Geophysical Research Letters. 43: 826-833
Jiang C, Shaw KS, Upperman CR, et al. (2015) Climate change, extreme events and increased risk of salmonellosis in Maryland, USA: Evidence for coastal vulnerability. Environment International. 83: 58-62
Roxy MK, Ritika K, Terray P, et al. (2015) Drying of Indian subcontinent by rapid Indian Ocean warming and a weakening land-sea thermal gradient. Nature Communications. 6: 7423
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