Publications

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First Author
Maher, N. England, M. H., Sen Gupta, A. and Spence, P. (2017), Role of Pacific trade winds in driving ocean temperature during the recent slowdown and projections under a wind trend reversal, Clim Dyn. doi.org/10.1007/s00382-017-3923-3

Maher, N., McGregor, S., England, M. H., and Sen Gupta, A. (2015), Effects of volcanism on tropical variability, Geophys. Res. Lett.42 ,6024–6033

Maher, N., Sen Gupta, A., and England, M. E. (2014), Drivers of decadal hiatus periods in the 20th and 21st centuries, Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, 5978–5986 

Co-Authored
Maher W., Maher, N., Taylor, A., Krikowa, F., and Mikac, K. M, The use of the marine gastropod, Cellana tramoserica as a biomonitor of metal contamination in near shore environments, Environ. Monit. Assess, doi: 10.1007/s10661-016-5380-6 

Donat M. G., Lowry, A. L., Alexander, L. V., O’Gorman, P. A. and Maher, N. (2016), More extreme rain in the driest and wettest regions of the globe. Nature Climate Change, doi:10.1038/nclimate2941 

Meehl, G. A., Teng, H., Maher, N. and England, M. H. (2015), Effects of Mt Pinatubo eruption on decadal climate prediction skill, Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 10,840–10,846, doi:10.1002/ 2015GL066608.

England, M. H., Kajtar, J. N., Maher ,N. (2015), Robust warming projections despite the recent hiatus, Nature Climate Change5, 394-396

Griffin, J., Latief, H., Kongko, W., Harig, S., Horspool, N., Hanung, R., Rojali, A., Maher, N., Fuchs, A., Hossen, J., Upi, S., Dewanto, S. E., Rakowsky, N. and Cummins, P. (2015), Frontiers in Earth Science, 3, 32

Griffiths, R.W, Maher, N and Hughes, G.O. (2011) ,Ocean stratification under oscillatory surface buoyancy forcing, J. Mar. Res., 69, 523-543 


Acknowledged in 
Smith, C.A., Speer, K.G. and Griffiths, R.W. (2014), Multiple Zonal Jets in a Differentially Heated Rotated Annulus, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 44, 2273–2291 

Hogg A. McC. & Griffiths R.W. (2010), A coupled ocean- atmosphere laboratory model of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current, Ocean Modell, 35, 54-66