Robert Tuleya
Robert Tuleya
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Modeled impact of anthropogenic warming on the frequency of intense Atlantic hurricanes
MA Bender, TR Knutson, RE Tuleya, JJ Sirutis, GA Vecchi, ST Garner, ...
Science 327 (5964), 454-458, 2010
Impact of CO2-Induced Warming on Simulated Hurricane Intensity and Precipitation: Sensitivity to the Choice of Climate Model and Convective Parameterization
TR Knutson, RE Tuleya
Journal of climate 17 (18), 3477-3495, 2004
Simulated increase of hurricane intensities in a CO2-warmed climate
TR Knutson, RE Tuleya, Y Kurihara
Science 279 (5353), 1018-1021, 1998
Improvements in the GFDL hurricane prediction system
Y Kurihara, MA Bender, RE Tuleya, RJ Ross
Monthly Weather Review 123 (9), 2791-2801, 1995
The operational GFDL coupled hurricane–ocean prediction system and a summary of its performance
MA Bender, I Ginis, R Tuleya, B Thomas, T Marchok
Monthly Weather Review 135 (12), 3965-3989, 2007
Global projections of intense tropical cyclone activity for the late twenty-first century from dynamical downscaling of CMIP5/RCP4. 5 scenarios
TR Knutson, JJ Sirutis, M Zhao, RE Tuleya, M Bender, GA Vecchi, ...
Journal of Climate 28 (18), 7203-7224, 2015
Dynamical downscaling projections of twenty-first-century Atlantic hurricane activity: CMIP3 and CMIP5 model-based scenarios
TR Knutson, JJ Sirutis, GA Vecchi, S Garner, M Zhao, HS Kim, M Bender, ...
Journal of Climate 26 (17), 6591-6617, 2013
The GFDL hurricane prediction system and its performance in the 1995 hurricane season
Y Kurihara, RE Tuleya, MA Bender
Monthly weather review 126 (5), 1306-1322, 1998
Simulation of the recent multidecadal increase of Atlantic hurricane activity using an 18-km-grid regional model
TR Knutson, JJ Sirutis, ST Garner, IM Held, RE Tuleya
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 88 (10), 1549-1565, 2007
Structure of a tropical cyclone developed in a three-dimensional numerical simulation model
Y Kurihara, RE Tuleya
Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 31 (4), 893-919, 1974
A numerical study of the effect of island terrain on tropical cyclones
MA Bender, RE Tuleya, Y Kurihara
Monthly Weather Review 115 (1), 130-155, 1987
Increased hurricane intensities with CO2-induced warming as simulated using the GFDL hurricane prediction system
TR Knutson, RE Tuleya
Climate Dynamics 15 (7), 503-519, 1999
Improvements in tropical cyclone track and intensity forecasts using the GFDL initialization system
MA Bender, RJ Ross, RE Tuleya, Y Kurihara
Monthly Weather Review 121 (7), 2046-2061, 1993
The impact of Omega dropwindsondes on operational hurricane track forecast models
RW Burpee, JL Franklin, SJ Lord, RE Tuleya, SD Aberson
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 77 (5), 925-934, 1996
Impact of CO2-Induced Warming on Hurricane Intensities as Simulated in a Hurricane Model with Ocean Coupling
TR Knutson, RE Tuleya, W Shen, I Ginis
Journal of Climate 14 (11), 2458-2468, 2001
Tropical storm development and decay: Sensitivity to surface boundary conditions
RE Tuleya
Monthly Weather Review 122 (2), 291-304, 1994
A numerical simulation of the landfall of tropical cyclones
RE Tuleya, Y Kurihara
Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 35 (2), 242-257, 1978
A numerical study on the effects of environmental flow on tropical storm genesis
RE Tuleya, Y Kurihara
Monthly Weather Review 109 (12), 2487-2506, 1981
A sensitivity study of the thermodynamic environment on GFDL model hurricane intensity: Implications for global warming
W Shen, RE Tuleya, I Ginis
Journal of Climate 13 (1), 109-121, 2000
Evaluation of GFDL and simple statistical model rainfall forecasts for US landfalling tropical storms
RE Tuleya, M DeMaria, RJ Kuligowski
Weather and forecasting 22 (1), 56-70, 2007
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