Steve E. George

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Sea-level rise specialist
Sea-level rise impacts
Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC)
E-mail: steve.george@utas.edu.au
Page: http://staff.acecrc.org.au/~segeorge/

Fields of Interest:

Sea-level rise

Climate variability

Atmosphere-ocean coupling

Polar stratospheric processes

Antarctic climate

 

Recent publications:

N. C. Kruetzmann, W. Rack, A. J. McDonald, and S. E. George:
Snow accumulation and compaction derived from GPR data near Ross Island, Antarctica,
The Cryosphere Discussions 5 (2011), 1–39.

P. Zawar-Reza, S. George, B. Storey, and W. Lawson:
Summertime boundary layer winds over the Darwin–Hatherton glacial system, Antarctica: observed features and numerical analysis,
Antarctic Science 22 (2010), no. 06, 619–632.

A. J. McDonald, S. E. George, and R. M. Woollands:
Can gravity waves significantly impact PSC occurrence in the Antarctic?,
Atmos. Chem. Phys 9 (2009), 8825–8840.

N. C. Kruetzmann, A. J. McDonald, and S. E. George:
Identification of mixing barriers in chemistry-climate model simulations using Rényi entropy,
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (2008), no. 6, L06806.

K. P. Monahan, L. L. Pan, A. J. McDonald, G. E. Bodeker, J. Wei, S. E. George, C. D. Barnet, and E. Maddy:
Validation of airs v4 ozone profiles in the UTLS using ozonesondes from Lauder, NZ and Boulder, USA,
J. Geophys. Res 112 (2007), D17304.

S. E. George and R. T.  Sutton:
Predictability and skill of boreal winter forecasts made with the ECMWF seasonal forecasting system II,
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 132 (2006), no. 619, 2031–2053.

S. E. George:
United Kingdom windspeed: Measurement, climatology, predictability and link to tropical atlantic variability, Ph.D. thesis, University College London, 2006.