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Jeffrey Chagnon
Jeffrey Chagnon
Teaching Professor in the Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science at the Florida State
Verified email at fsu.edu
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Diabatic processes modifying potential vorticity in a North Atlantic cyclone
JM Chagnon, SL Gray, J Methven
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 139 (674), 1270-1282, 2013
1312013
Systematic model forecast error in Rossby wave structure
SL Gray, CM Dunning, J Methven, G Masato, JM Chagnon
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (8), 2979-2987, 2014
962014
The dichotomous structure of the warm conveyor belt
O Martínez‐Alvarado, H Joos, J Chagnon, M Boettcher, SL Gray, RS Plant, ...
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 140 (683), 1809-1824, 2014
612014
Horizontal potential vorticity dipoles on the convective storm scale
JM Chagnon, SL Gray
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society: A journal of the …, 2009
532009
Cloud banding and winds in intense European cyclones: Results from the DIAMET project
G Vaughan, J Methven, D Anderson, B Antonescu, L Baker, TP Baker, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (2), 249-265, 2015
422015
Wave response during hydrostatic and geostrophic adjustment. Part I: Transient dynamics
JM Chagnon, PR Bannon
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 62 (5), 1311-1329, 2005
352005
A diabatically generated potential vorticity structure near the extratropical tropopause in three simulated extratropical cyclones
JM Chagnon, SL Gray
Monthly Weather Review 143 (6), 2337-2347, 2015
322015
Hydrostatic and geostrophic adjustment in a compressible atmosphere: Initial response and final equilibrium to an instantaneous localized heating
JM Chagnon, PR Bannon
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 58 (24), 3776-3792, 2001
302001
Coherent evolution of potential vorticity anomalies associated with deep moist convection
C Weijenborg, JM Chagnon, P Friederichs, SL Gray, A Hense
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 143 (704), 1254-1267, 2017
222017
Diabatic processes modifying potential vorticity in a North Atlantic cyclone, QJ Roy. Meteorol. Soc., 139, 1270–1282
JM Chagnon, SL Gray, J Methven
172013
Modulation of precipitation by conditional symmetric instability release
MR Glinton, SL Gray, JM Chagnon, CJ Morcrette
Atmospheric Research 185, 186-201, 2017
162017
Wave response during hydrostatic and geostrophic adjustment. Part II: Potential vorticity conservation and energy partitioning
JM Chagnon, PR Bannon
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 62 (5), 1330-1345, 2005
162005
Mass conservation and the anelastic approximation
PR Bannon, JM Chagnon, RP James
Monthly weather review 134 (10), 2989-3005, 2006
152006
A case study of sea breeze blocking regulated by sea surface temperature along the English south coast
JK Sweeney, JM Chagnon, SL Gray
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 14 (9), 4409-4418, 2014
132014
Research flight observations of a prefrontal gravity wave near the southwestern UK
P Knippertz, JM Chagnon, A Foster, L Lathouwers, JH Marsham, ...
Weather 65 (11), 293-297, 2010
132010
The dichotomous structure of the warm conveyor belt, QJ Roy. Meteor. Soc., 140, 1809–1824
O Martínez-Alvarado, H Joos, J Chagnon, M Boettcher, SL Gray, RS Plant, ...
122014
A comparison of stratosphere‐troposphere transport in convection‐permitting and convection‐parameterizing simulations of three mesoscale convective systems
JM Chagnon, SL Gray
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 115 (D24), 2010
122010
Analysis of convectively‐generated gravity waves in mesoscale model simulations and wind‐profiler observations
JM Chagnon, SL Gray
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society: A journal of the …, 2008
122008
Adjustment to injections of mass, momentum, and heat in a compressible atmosphere
JM Chagnon, PR Bannon
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 62 (8), 2749-2769, 2005
112005
A climatology of the extratropical flow response to recurving Atlantic tropical cyclones
AL Brannan, JM Chagnon
Monthly Weather Review 148 (2), 541-558, 2020
92020
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