Mark J. Webb
Mark J. Webb
Research Scientist, Met Office Hadley Centre
Verified email at metoffice.gov.uk
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Climate models and their evaluation
DA Randall, RA Wood, S Bony, R Colman, T Fichefet, J Fyfe, V Kattsov, ...
Climate change 2007: The physical science basis. Contribution of Working …, 2007
23492007
Evaluation of climate models
G Flato, J Marotzke, B Abiodun, P Braconnot, SC Chou, W Collins, P Cox, ...
Climate change 2013: the physical science basis. Contribution of Working …, 2014
21982014
Quantification of modelling uncertainties in a large ensemble of climate change simulations
JM Murphy, DMH Sexton, DN Barnett, GS Jones, MJ Webb, M Collins, ...
Nature 430 (7001), 768-772, 2004
16932004
How well do we understand and evaluate climate change feedback processes?
S Bony, R Colman, VM Kattsov, RP Allan, CS Bretherton, JL Dufresne, ...
Journal of Climate 19 (15), 3445-3482, 2006
10172006
Forcing, feedbacks and climate sensitivity in CMIP5 coupled atmosphere‐ocean climate models
T Andrews, JM Gregory, MJ Webb, KE Taylor
Geophysical research letters 39 (9), 2012
6112012
Projected increase in continental runoff due to plant responses to increasing carbon dioxide
RA Betts, O Boucher, M Collins, PM Cox, PD Falloon, N Gedney, ...
Nature 448 (7157), 1037-1041, 2007
6002007
Clouds, circulation and climate sensitivity
S Bony, B Stevens, DMW Frierson, C Jakob, M Kageyama, R Pincus, ...
Nature Geoscience 8 (4), 261-268, 2015
5142015
Comparing clouds and their seasonal variations in 10 atmospheric general circulation models with satellite measurements
MH Zhang, WY Lin, SA Klein, JT Bacmeister, S Bony, RT Cederwall, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 110 (D15), 2005
4242005
Combining ERBE and ISCCP data to assess clouds in the Hadley Centre, ECMWF and LMD atmospheric climate models
M Webb, C Senior, S Bony, JJ Morcrette
Climate Dynamics 17 (12), 905-922, 2001
4082001
Towards quantifying uncertainty in transient climate change
M Collins, BBB Booth, GR Harris, JM Murphy, DMH Sexton, MJ Webb
Climate dynamics 27 (2-3), 127-147, 2006
4072006
COSP: Satellite simulation software for model assessment
A Bodas-Salcedo, MJ Webb, S Bony, H Chepfer, JL Dufresne, SA Klein, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 92 (8), 1023-1043, 2011
4022011
On the contribution of local feedback mechanisms to the range of climate sensitivity in two GCM ensembles
MJ Webb, CA Senior, DMH Sexton, WJ Ingram, KD Williams, MA Ringer, ...
Climate dynamics 27 (1), 17-38, 2006
3772006
A methodology for probabilistic predictions of regional climate change from perturbed physics ensembles
JM Murphy, BBB Booth, M Collins, GR Harris, DMH Sexton, MJ Webb
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2007
3752007
Tropospheric Adjustment Induces a Cloud Component in CO2 Forcing
J Gregory, M Webb
Journal of Climate 21 (1), 58-71, 2008
2912008
Mechanisms for the land/sea warming contrast exhibited by simulations of climate change
MM Joshi, JM Gregory, MJ Webb, DMH Sexton, TC Johns
Climate Dynamics 30 (5), 455-465, 2008
2682008
Climate model errors, feedbacks and forcings: a comparison of perturbed physics and multi-model ensembles
M Collins, BBB Booth, B Bhaskaran, GR Harris, JM Murphy, DMH Sexton, ...
Climate Dynamics 36 (9), 1737-1766, 2011
2582011
Contributions of different cloud types to feedbacks and rapid adjustments in CMIP5
MD Zelinka, SA Klein, KE Taylor, T Andrews, MJ Webb, JM Gregory, ...
Journal of Climate 26 (14), 5007-5027, 2013
2042013
The dependence of radiative forcing and feedback on evolving patterns of surface temperature change in climate models
T Andrews, JM Gregory, MJ Webb
Journal of Climate 28 (4), 1630-1648, 2015
1932015
A quantitative performance assessment of cloud regimes in climate models
KD Williams, MJ Webb
Climate dynamics 33 (1), 141-157, 2009
1742009
Origins of differences in climate sensitivity, forcing and feedback in climate models
MJ Webb, FH Lambert, JM Gregory
Climate Dynamics 40 (3), 677-707, 2013
1652013
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