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Weather & Climate 41 (2021)
Journal Articles (PDF of all)
Williams J. and Renwick J. Synoptic weather regimes over Aotearoa New Zealand, Vol 41, 2021
Srinivasan R., Carey-Smith T. and Macara G. Trend analysis on frequency of New Zealand climate extremes, Vol 41, 2021
Crouch J. F. and Russell F. M. South Island West Coast orographic rainfall – a polarimetric radar view, Vol 41, 2021
Pirooz A.A.S., Moore S., Carey-Smith T., Turner R. and Su C.-H. Evaluation of global and regional reanalyses performance over New Zealand, Vol 41, 2021
Conway J., Carey-Smith T., Cattoën-Gilbert C., Moore S., Sirguey P. and Zammit C. Simulations of seasonal snowpack duration and water storage across New Zealand, Vol 41, 2021
Weather & Climate 40 (2020)
Fowler A.M.: The 1950 Albert Park thermometer screen change: a critical review of previous work, Vol 40, 2020
Salinger M.J., Diamond H.J. and Renwick J.A.: Surface temperature trends and variability in New Zealand and surrounding oceans: 1871-2019, Vol 40, 2020
Srinivasan R. , Wang L. and Bulleid J.L.: Machine learning-based climate time series anomaly detection using convolutional neural networks, Vol 40, 2020
Weather & Climate 38 (2018)
Jobst, A.M., D.G. Kingston and N.J. Cullen: High resolution precipitation fields for the Clutha catchment, Vol 38, 2018.
Nichol, S.: Dobson spectrophotometer #17: past, present and future, Vol. 38, 2018
Liley, J.B.: Stability of solar radiation sensor calibration in the NZ Climate Network, Vol. 38, 2018.
Bromley, A.M., M.J. Harvey, S.A. Gray and J. McGregor: Condensation Nuclei and Aerosol Optical Depth measurements through the western Pacific Ocean, Vol 38, 2018.
Weather & Climate 37 (2017)
Mol, A.J. and D.S. Wratt: Diurnal variations in precipitation frequency in New Zealand, Vol 37, 2017.
Bromley A. and S. Gray: Carbon monoxide changes in Auckland – the effects of government legislation, Vol. 37, 2017
Mol, A., A., Tait, and G. Macara: An automated drought monitoring system for New Zealand, Vol. 37, 2017.
Richards, K.: New Zealand’s Worst Disasters. True Stories That Rocked a Nation, by Graham Hutchins and Russel Young, David, Auckland, New Zealand, Exisle Publishing. 224 pages, ISBN: 978-1-77559-
Weather & Climate 36 (2016)
Sievers, U. and M. Kossmann: The cold air drainage model KLAM_21 – Model formulation and comparison with observations, Vol. 36, 2016
Williams, J., O. Morgenstern, V. Verma, E. Behrens, W. Hayek, H. Oliver, S. Dean, B. Mullan, and D. Frame: Development of the New Zealand Earth System Model: NZESM, Vol. 36, 2016.
Giles, B.D.: The Canterbury supercell of 23 February 2014: a misoscale analysis based on amateur automatic weather stations, Vol. 36, 2016.
Weather & Climate 35 (2015)
Peyroux, C.E., L.S. Bussen, S.B. Costello, K.N. Dirks: Traffic pollution while commuting – Does commute mode matter?, Vol. 35, 2015.
Weissertk, L.F., J.A. Salmond, A. Friedel, M. LaFave, L. Schwendenman: Temporal and spatial patterns of carbon dioxide mixing ratios in a subtropical urban environment during spring, Vol. 35, 2015.
Giles, B.: Living in a warmer world, Editor: Jim Salinger, David Bateman Ltd, Auckland, New Zealand. ISBN978-1-86953-840-8, 246pp, 2013.
Giles, B.: High Water, 3 Bad Monkeys, New Zealand. ISBN 978-0-473-30710-3, Hardback, 96pp, 2015.
Weather & Climate 34 (2014)
Salinger, M. J and A. S. Porteous: New Zealand climate: patterns of drought 1941/42 – 2012/13, Vol. 34, 2014.
Revell, C., S. Ready, J. Renwick, and H. J. Diamond: A case study of Tropical Cyclone Wilma, January 2011, Vol. 34, 2014.
Tait, A. and G. Macara: Evaluation of interpolated daily temperature data for high elevation areas in New Zealand, Vol. 34, 2014.
Harrington, L. and J. Renwick: Secular changes in New Zealand rainfall characteristics 1950-2009, Vol. 34, 2014.
Giles, B.: The Inquisition of climate science, by James Lawrence Powell, Columbia,
University Press, New York, July 2011, ISBN 978 0 231 15718 6, 2014.
Weather & Climate 33 (2013)
Ackerley, D., R. Bell, B. Mullan and H. McMillan: Estimation of regional departures from global-average sea-level rise around New Zealand from AOGCM simulations, Vol. 33, 2013.
Giles, B.: Using a non-professional automatic weather station network for mesoanalysis in Auckland, New Zealand, Vol. 33, 2013.
Jiang, N., K. Dirks and K. Luo: Classification of synoptic weather types using the self-organising map and its application to climate and air quality data visualisation, Vol. 33, 2013.
Griffith, G.: New Zealand six main centre extreme rainfall trends 1962-2011, Vol. 33, 2013.
Book ReviewsRichards, K.: Home is the Howling Wilderness: Settlers and the Environment in Southern New Zealand, by Peter Holland, Auckland University Press, February 2013, 256 pages, ISBN: 978-1-86940-739-1, Vol. 33, 2013.
Weather & Climate 32(2) (2012)
Salmond, J.: Editorial: Responding to changing urban climates, Vol. 32(2), 2012.
Tait, A., S. Allan, S. Oldfield, and A. Semadeni-Davie, The Urban Impacts Toolbox: An overview, Vol. 32(2), 2012.
McMillan, H., M. Duncan, G. Smart, J. Sturman, S. Poyck, S. Reese, A. Tait, E. Hreinsson, and J. Wals: The Urban Impacts Toolbox: An example of modelling the effect of climate change and sea level rise on future flooding, Vol. 32(2), 2012.
Keenan, N. and S. Oldfiel: The Urban Impacts Toolbox: An initial assessment of climate change flood adaptation options for Westport, Vol. 32(2), 2012.
Weather & Climate 32(1) (2012)
Giles, B.: Editorial, Vol. 32(2), 2012.
Ackerley, D., S. Dean, A. Sood and B. Mulla: Regional climate modelling in New Zealand: Comparison to gridded and satellite observations, Vol. 32(1), 2012.
Mullan, B.: Applying the Rhoades and Salinger Method to New Zealand’s “SevenStation” Temperature Series, Vol. 32(1), 2012.
Ruglys, M.: Military Meteorology and the New Zealand Defence Force Strategic Vision, Vol. 32(1), 2012.
Tigona, R. and C. de Freitas: Relationship between the Southern Oscillation and rainfall in Vanuatu, Vol. 32(1), 2012.
McKenzie, R., R. Scragg, B. Liley, P. Johnston, J. Wishart, and A. Reeder: Sunburn versus vitamin D induced by UV from solaria and sunlight in New Zealand, Vol. 32(1), 2012.
Giles, B.: Merchants of Doubt – How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming. By Noami Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, Bloomsbury, June 2010, ISBN1608193942.
Giles, B.: Air Con. The seriously inconvenient truth about global warming. By Ian Wishart. Howling at the Moon Publishing, North Shore New Zealand, 2009, ISBN 9780958240147.
Weather & Climate 31 (2011)
Renwick, J.A., Kidson’s Synoptic Weather Types and Surface Climate Variability over New Zealand, Vol. 31, 2011.
Griffiths, G., Drivers of extreme daily rainfalls in New Zealand, Vol. 31, 2011.
Garrett, S.A., Cook, D.E., and Marshall, R.E., The Seabreeze 2009 experiment: investigating the impact of ocean and atmopsheric processes on radar performance in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, Vol. 31, 2011.
Jiang, N., Griffiths, G., and Dirks, K.N., Linking synoptic weather types to daily rainfall in Auckland, Vol. 31, 2011.
Kreft, P. and Crouch, J., Albany Tornado, Tuesday 03 May 2011, Vol. 31, 2011.
Weather & Climate 30 (2010)
Ibbitt, R.P. and G. Williams, Climate Change adaptation options for Greater Wellington Regional Council’s wholesale water supply, Vol. 30, 2010.
Sutherland-Stacey, L., Shucksmith, P. and Austin, G., High Resolution Observation of a Small Tornado, Ardmore, New Zealand, Vol. 30, 2010.
Carey-Smith, T., Dean, S., Vial, J. and Thompson, C., Changes in precipitation extremes for New Zealand: climate model predictions, Vol. 30, 2010.