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Tercio Ambrizzi
Tercio Ambrizzi
Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Sao Paulo
E-mail confirmado em model.iag.usp.br
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Climate phenomena and their relevance for future regional climate change
JH Christensen, KK Kanikicharla, E Aldrian, SI An, IFA Cavalcanti, ...
Climate change 2013 the physical science basis: Working group I contribution …, 2013
14752013
Rossby wave propagation on a realistic longitudinally varying flow
BJ Hoskins, T Ambrizzi
Journal of Atmospheric Sciences 50 (12), 1661-1671, 1993
11631993
Trends in total and extreme South American rainfall in 1960–2000 and links with sea surface temperature
MR Haylock, TC Peterson, LM Alves, T Ambrizzi, YMT Anunciação, ...
Journal of climate 19 (8), 1490-1512, 2006
9642006
Toward a unified view of the American monsoon systems
C Vera, W Higgins, J Amador, T Ambrizzi, R Garreaud, D Gochis, ...
Journal of climate 19 (20), 4977-5000, 2006
9522006
Regimes de precipitação na América do Sul: uma revisão bibliográfica
MS Reboita, MA Gan, RP Rocha, T Ambrizzi
Revista brasileira de meteorologia 25, 185-204, 2010
7422010
Observed trends in indices of daily temperature extremes in South America 1960–2000
LA Vincent, TC Peterson, VR Barros, MB Marino, M Rusticucci, ...
Journal of climate 18 (23), 5011-5023, 2005
6612005
Recent developments on the South American monsoon system
JA Marengo, B Liebmann, AM Grimm, V Misra, PL Silva Dias, ...
International Journal of Climatology 32 (1), 1-21, 2012
5062012
Submonthly convective variability over South America and the South Atlantic convergence zone
B Liebmann, GN Kiladis, JA Marengo, T Ambrizzi, JD Glick
Journal of Climate 12 (7), 1877-1891, 1999
4731999
Rossby wave propagation and teleconnection patterns in the austral winter
T Ambrizzi, BJ Hoskins, HH Hsu
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 52 (21), 3661-3672, 1995
3731995
The 2014 southeast Brazil austral summer drought: regional scale mechanisms and teleconnections
CAS Coelho, CP de Oliveira, T Ambrizzi, MS Reboita, CB Carpenedo, ...
Climate Dynamics 46, 3737-3752, 2016
3402016
Future change of climate in South America in the late twenty-first century: intercomparison of scenarios from three regional climate models
JA Marengo, T Ambrizzi, RP Da Rocha, LM Alves, SV Cuadra, ...
Climate dynamics 35, 1073-1097, 2010
3192010
Opposite phases of the Antarctic Oscillation and relationships with intraseasonal to interannual activity in the tropics during the austral summer
LMV Carvalho, C Jones, T Ambrizzi
Journal of climate 18 (5), 702-718, 2005
2432005
Entendendo o Tempo e o Clima na América do Sul
MS Reboita, N Krusche, T Ambrizzi, RP da Rocha
Terræ didatica 8 (1), 34-50, 2012
1992012
Exploring the impacts of the tropical Pacific SST on the precipitation patterns over South America during ENSO periods
CAS Coelho, CB Uvo, T Ambrizzi
Theoretical and applied climatology 71, 185-197, 2002
1912002
Stationary Rossby‐wave propagation in a baroclinic atmosphere
T Ambrizzi, BJ Hoskins
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 123 (540), 919-928, 1997
1881997
The impacts of inter–El Niño variability on the tropical Atlantic and northeast Brazil climate
RR Rodrigues, RJ Haarsma, EJD Campos, T Ambrizzi
Journal of Climate 24 (13), 3402-3422, 2011
1652011
The role of the Amazon Basin moisture in the atmospheric branch of the hydrological cycle: a Lagrangian analysis
A Drumond, J Marengo, T Ambrizzi, R Nieto, L Moreira, L Gimeno
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (7), 2577-2598, 2014
1642014
Precipitation variability in São Paulo State, Brazil
AS Dufek, T Ambrizzi
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 93, 167-178, 2008
1542008
South Atlantic Ocean cyclogenesis climatology simulated by regional climate model (RegCM3)
MS Reboita, RP Da Rocha, T Ambrizzi, S Sugahara
Climate Dynamics 35, 1331-1347, 2010
1472010
A Lagrangian identification of major sources of moisture over Central Brazil and La Plata Basin
A Drumond, R Nieto, L Gimeno, T Ambrizzi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D14), 2008
1432008
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