Christopher S. Bretherton
Christopher S. Bretherton
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The community climate system model version 3 (CCSM3)
WD Collins, CM Bitz, ML Blackmon, GB Bonan, CS Bretherton, JA Carton, ...
Journal of Climate 19 (11), 2122-2143, 2006
23352006
Climate models and their evaluation
DA Randall, RA Wood, S Bony, R Colman, T Fichefet, J Fyfe, V Kattsov, ...
Climate change 2007: The physical science basis. Contribution of Working …, 2007
20772007
An intercomparison of methods for finding coupled patterns in climate data
CS Bretherton, C Smith, JM Wallace
Journal of climate 5 (6), 541-560, 1992
16511992
Clouds and aerosols
O Boucher, D Randall, P Artaxo, C Bretherton, G Feingold, P Forster, ...
Climate change 2013: the physical science basis. Contribution of Working …, 2013
16502013
How well do we understand and evaluate climate change feedback processes?
S Bony, R Colman, VM Kattsov, RP Allan, CS Bretherton, JL Dufresne, ...
Journal of Climate 19 (15), 3445-3482, 2006
8972006
The effective number of spatial degrees of freedom of a time-varying field
CS Bretherton, M Widmann, VP Dymnikov, JM Wallace, I Bladé
Journal of climate 12 (7), 1990-2009, 1999
8911999
On large‐scale circulations in convecting atmospheres
KA Emanuel, JD Neelin, CS Bretherton
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 120 (519), 1111-1143, 1994
7331994
Singular value decomposition of wintertime sea surface temperature and 500-mb height anomalies
JM Wallace, C Smith, CS Bretherton
Journal of climate 5 (6), 561-576, 1992
7161992
A large eddy simulation intercomparison study of shallow cumulus convection
AP Siebesma, CS Bretherton, A Brown, A Chlond, J Cuxart, ...
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 60 (10), 1201-1219, 2003
5652003
Evaluation of large-eddy simulations via observations of nocturnal marine stratocumulus
B Stevens, CH Moeng, AS Ackerman, CS Bretherton, A Chlond, ...
Monthly weather review 133 (6), 1443-1462, 2005
4462005
Relationships between water vapor path and precipitation over the tropical oceans
CS Bretherton, ME Peters, LE Back
Journal of climate 17 (7), 1517-1528, 2004
4332004
The Atlantic stratocumulus transition experiment—ASTEX
BA Albrecht, CS Bretherton, D Johnson, WH Scubert, AS Frisch
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 76 (6), 889-904, 1995
4121995
A new moist turbulence parameterization in the Community Atmosphere Model
CS Bretherton, S Park
Journal of Climate 22 (12), 3422-3448, 2009
3902009
The University of Washington shallow convection and moist turbulence schemes and their impact on climate simulations with the Community Atmosphere Model
S Park, CS Bretherton
Journal of Climate 22 (12), 3449-3469, 2009
3552009
The EPIC 2001 stratocumulus study
CS Bretherton, T Uttal, CW Fairall, SE Yuter, RA Weller, D Baumgardner, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 85 (7), 967-978, 2004
3502004
Toward a minimal representation of aerosols in climate models: Description and evaluation in the Community Atmosphere Model CAM5
X Liu, RC Easter, SJ Ghan, R Zaveri, P Rasch, X Shi, JF Lamarque, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 5 (3), 709, 2012
3382012
A new parameterization for shallow cumulus convection and its application to marine subtropical cloud-topped boundary layers. Part I: Description and 1D results
CS Bretherton, JR McCaa, H Grenier
Monthly weather review 132 (4), 864-882, 2004
3342004
Gravity waves, compensating subsidence and detrainment around cumulus clouds
CS Bretherton, PK Smolarkiewicz
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 46 (6), 740-759, 1989
3311989
Dynamics and chemistry of marine stratocumulus—DYCOMS-II
B Stevens, DH Lenschow, G Vali, H Gerber, A Bandy, B Blomquist, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 84 (5), 579-594, 2003
3292003
Statistical precipitation downscaling over the northwestern United States using numerically simulated precipitation as a predictor
M Widmann, CS Bretherton, EP Salathé Jr
Journal of Climate 16 (5), 799-816, 2003
3202003
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