Hurwitz, Margaret M.

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  1. Hurwitz M, Calvo N, Garfinkel C, Butler A, Ineson S, Cagnazzo C, Manzini E, Peña-Ortiz C. EXTRA-TROPICAL ATMOSPHERIC RESPONSE TO ENSO IN THE CMIP5 MODELS. Clim Dyn. 2014;
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  2. Garfinkel C, Hurwitz M, Waugh D, Butler A. ARE THE TELECONNECTIONS OF CENTRAL PACIFIC AND EASTERN PACIFIC EL NIO DISTINCT IN BOREAL WINTERTIME?. Clim. Dyn. 2013;41 (7-8):1835-1852.
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  3. Garfinkel C, Hurwitz M, Oman L, Waugh D. CONTRASTING EFFECTS OF CENTRAL PACIFIC AND EASTERN PACIFIC EL NINO ON STRATOSPHERIC WATER VAPOR. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2013;40 (15):4115-4120.
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  4. Hurwitz M, Oman L, Newman P, Song I. NET INFLUENCE OF AN INTERNALLY GENERATED QUASI-BIENNIAL OSCILLATION ON MODELLED STRATOSPHERIC CLIMATE AND CHEMISTRY. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2013;13 (24):12187-12197.
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  5. Hurwitz M, Garfinkel C, Newman P, Oman L. SENSITIVITY OF THE ATMOSPHERIC RESPONSE TO WARM POOL EL NINO EVENTS TO MODELED SSTS AND FUTURE CLIMATE FORCINGS. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2013;118 (24):13371-13382.
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  6. Garfinkel C, Waugh D, Oman L, Wang L, Hurwitz M. TEMPERATURE TRENDS IN THE TROPICAL UPPER TROPOSPHERE AND LOWER STRATOSPHERE: CONNECTIONS WITH SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR WATER VAPOR AND OZONE. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2013;118 (17):9658-9672.
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  7. Hurwitz M, Newman P, Garfinkel C. ON THE INFLUENCE OF NORTH PACIFIC SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE ON THE ARCTIC WINTER CLIMATE. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2012;117 13.
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  8. Garfinkel C, Butler A, Waugh D, Hurwitz M, Polvani L. WHY MIGHT STRATOSPHERIC SUDDEN WARMINGS OCCUR WITH SIMILAR FREQUENCY IN EL NINO AND LA NINA WINTERS?. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2012;117 11.
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  9. Hurwitz M, Newman P, Garfinkel C. ARCTIC VORTEX IN MARCH 2011: A DYNAMICAL PERSPECTIVE. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2011;11 (22):11447-11453.
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  10. Hurwitz M, Newman P, Oman L, Molod A. RESPONSE OF THE ANTARCTIC STRATOSPHERE TO TWO TYPES OF EL NINO EVENTS. J. Atmos. Sci. 2011;68 (4):812-822.
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  11. Hurwitz M, Song I, Oman L, Newman P, Molod A, Frith S, Nielsen J. RESPONSE OF THE ANTARCTIC STRATOSPHERE TO WARM POOL EL NINO EVENTS IN THE GEOS CCM. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2011;11 (18):9659-9669.
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  12. Hurwitz M, Braesicke P, Pyle J. SENSITIVITY OF THE MID-WINTER ARCTIC STRATOSPHERE TO QBO WIDTH IN A SIMPLIFIED CHEMISTRY-CLIMATE MODEL. Atmos. Sci. Lett. 2011;12 (3):268-272.
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  13. Hurwitz M, Newman P. 21ST CENTURY TRENDS IN ANTARCTIC TEMPERATURE AND POLAR STRATOSPHERIC CLOUD (PSC) AREA IN THE GEOS CHEMISTRY-CLIMATE MODEL. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2010;115 10.
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  14. Hurwitz M, Newman P, Li F, Oman L, Morgenstern O, Braesicke P, Pyle J. ASSESSMENT OF THE BREAKUP OF THE ANTARCTIC POLAR VORTEX IN TWO NEW CHEMISTRY-CLIMATE MODELS. J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. 2010;115 13.
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  15. Newman P, Oman L, Douglass A, Fleming E, Frith S, Hurwitz M, Kawa S, Jackman C, Krotkov N, Nash E, Nielsen J, Pawson S, Stolarski R, Velders G. WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED TO THE OZONE LAYER IF CHLOROFLUOROCARBONS (CFCS) HAD NOT BEEN REGULATED?. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2009;9 (6):2113-2128.
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  16. Morgenstern O, Braesicke P, Hurwitz M, O'Connor F, Bushell A, Johnson C, Pyle J. WORLD AVOIDED BY THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL. Geophys. Res. Lett. 2008;35 (16):5.
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