Andrew N Charles
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Dynamical, statistical-dynamical, and multimodel ensemble forecasts of Australian spring season rainfall
EP Lim, HH Hendon, DLT Anderson, A Charles, O Alves
Monthly Weather Review 139 (3), 958-975, 2011
Seasonal forecasting in the Pacific using the coupled model POAMA-2
A Cottrill, HH Hendon, EP Lim, S Langford, K Shelton, A Charles, ...
Weather and Forecasting 28 (3), 668-680, 2013
Analog Downscaling of Seasonal Rainfall Forecasts in the Murray Darling Basin.
A Charles, B Timbal, E Fernandez, H Hendon
Monthly Weather Review 141 (3), 2013
Seasonal forecasting for Australia using a dynamical model: improvements in forecast skill over the operational statistical model
AN Charles, RE Duell, X Wang, AB Watkins
Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal 65 (3), 356-375, 2015
Extreme Weather and Climate Events and Their Impacts on Island Countries in the Western Pacific: Cyclones, Floods and Droughts
Y Kuleshov, S McGree, D Jones, A Charles, A Cottrill, B Prakash, T Atalifo, ...
Atmospheric and Climate Sciences 4 (05), 803, 2014
A software architecture for seasonal climate forecasts in the Tropical Pacific
A Charles, D McClymont, R de Wit, D Jones
MODSIM2011, 19th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation …, 2011
POAMA SST Predictions for the Great Barrier Reef: Summer 2008/2009
CM Spillman, O Alves, DA Hudson, AN Charles
CAWCR Research Letters 2, 30-34, 2009
Seasonal prediction of the South Pacific Convergence Zone in the austral wet season
AN Charles, JR Brown, A Cottrill, KL Shelton, T Nakaegawa, Y Kuleshov
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119 (22), 12,546-12,557, 2014
Prediction of tropical cyclone activity with coarse resolution global climate models
A Charles, KL Shelton, T Nakaegawa, HH Hendon, YV Kuleshov
International Congress on Modelling and Simulation 2013: Adapting to Change …, 2013
Seasonal prediction of climate extremes for the pacific: Tropical cyclones and extreme ocean temperatures
Y Kuleshov, C Spillman, Y Wang, A Charles, R de Wit, K Shelton, D Jones, ...
Journal of Marine Science and Technology 20 (6), 675-683, 2012
Managing climate risk with seasonal forecasts
A Charles, Y Kuleshov, D Jones
Risk Management-Current Issues and Challenges, 2012
Pacific Adaptation Strategy Assistance Program: Seasonal climate prediction for the Pacific
Y Kuleshov, D Jones, HH Hendon, A Charles, A Cottrill, EP Lim, ...
Water and Climate: Policy Implementation Challenges; Proceedings of the 2nd …, 2012
Smooth Particle Methods for Vapour Liquid Coexistence.
A Charles, P Daivis
18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress of Modelling …, 2009
Seasonal forecast verification in the Pacific using a coupled model POAMA and the statistical model SCOPIC
A Cottrill, A Charles, K Shelton, DA Jones, Y Kuleshov
Centre For Australian Weather and Climate Research, 2014
Smoothed Particle Modelling of Liquid-Vapour Phase Transitions
AN Charles
RMIT University, 2014
Seasonal sea-level predictions for the Western Pacific
E Miles, C Spillman, PC McIntosh, J Church, A Charles, R de Wit
20th International Congress Model Simulation, Adelaide, Australia, 1-6, 2013
Dynamical Seasonal Prediction of Climate Extremes in the Pacific
A Charles, E Miles, A Griesser, R de Wit, K Shelton, A Cottrill, C Spillman, ...
20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (Modsim2013), 2841-2847, 2013
New Operational Seasonal SST Products for Prediction of Coral Bleaching in the Great Barrier Reef
CM Spillman, O Alves, DA Hudson, AN Charles
Bulletin of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society 22, 112, 2009
A Comparison of Dynamical Seasonal Tropical Cyclone Predictions for the Australian and Western Pacific Regions
K Shelton, A Charles, T Nakaegawa, H Hendon, Y Kuleshov
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 15, 3816, 2013
An analysis of seasonal forecasts from POAMA and SCOPIC in the Pacific region
A Cottrill, A Charles, Y Kuleshov
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 15, 1084, 2013
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