Jennifer L Catto
TitleCited byYear
Can climate models capture the structure of extratropical cyclones?
JL Catto, LC Shaffrey, KI Hodges
Journal of Climate 23 (7), 1621-1635, 2010
1162010
Relating Global Precipitation to Atmospheric Fronts
JL Catto, C Jakob, G Berry, N Nicholls
Geophysical Research Letters 39, doi:10.1029/2012GL051736, 2012
1072012
Northern Hemisphere extratropical cyclones in a warming climate in the HiGEM high-resolution climate model
JL Catto, LC Shaffrey, KI Hodges
Journal of Climate 24 (20), 5336-5352, 2011
822011
The importance of fronts for extreme precipitation
JL Catto, S Pfahl
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 118 (19), 10,791-10,801, 2013
552013
A comparison of automated methods of front recognition for climate studies: A case study in southwest Western Australia
P Hope, K Keay, M Pook, J Catto, I Simmonds, G Mills, P McIntosh, ...
Monthly Weather Review 142 (1), 343-363, 2014
292014
Sting jets in intense winter North-Atlantic windstorms
O Martínez-Alvarado, SL Gray, JL Catto, PA Clark
Environmental Research Letters 7 (2), 024014, 2012
272012
A global evaluation of fronts and precipitation in the ACCESS model
JL Catto, C Jakob, N Nicholls
Aust. Met. Oceanogr. J 63, 191-203, 2013
252013
Extratropical cyclone classification and its use in climate studies
JL Catto
Reviews of Geophysics 54 (2), 486-520, 2016
222016
The relationship between clouds and dynamics in Southern Hemisphere extratropical cyclones in the real world and a climate model
PD Govekar, C Jakob, J Catto
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119 (11), 6609-6628, 2014
212014
Atmospheric fronts in current and future climates
JL Catto, N Nicholls, C Jakob, KL Shelton
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (21), 7642-7650, 2014
152014
Global relationship between fronts and warm conveyor belts and the impact on extreme precipitation
JL Catto, E Madonna, H Joos, I Rudeva, I Simmonds
Journal of Climate 28 (21), 8411-8429, 2015
132015
North Australian sea surface temperatures and the El Niño Southern Oscillation in observations and models
JL Catto, N Nicholls, C Jakob
Journal of Climate 25 (14), 5011–5029, 2012
132012
Can the CMIP5 models represent winter frontal precipitation?
JL Catto, C Jakob, N Nicholls
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (20), 8596-8604, 2015
102015
The influence of changes in synoptic regimes on north Australian wet season rainfall trends
JL Catto, C Jakob, N Nicholls
Journal of Geophysical Research 117 (D10), D10102, 2012
82012
North Australian sea surface temperatures and the El Nino–Southern Oscillation in the CMIP5 models
JL Catto, N Nicholls, C Jakob
Journal of Climate 25 (18), 6375-6382, 2012
62012
Extreme weather caused by concurrent cyclone, front and thunderstorm occurrences
AJ Dowdy, JL Catto
Scientific reports 7, 40359, 2017
52017
Extratropical Cyclones in HiGEM: climatology, structure and future predictions
J Catto
The University of Reading, 2009
42009
A New Method to Objectively Classify Extratropical Cyclones for Climate Studies: Testing in the Southwest Pacific Region
JL Catto
Journal of Climate 31 (12), 4683-4704, 2018
22018
Corrigendum: Sting jets in intense winter North-Atlantic windstorms (2012 Environ. Res. Lett. 7 024014)
O Martínez-Alvarado, SL Gray, JL Catto, PA Clark
Environ. Res. Lett 9 (039), 501, 2014
22014
The intensity and motion of hybrid cyclones in the Australian region in a composite potential vorticity framework
JF Quinting, MJ Reeder, JL Catto
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 2018
2018
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