Panos Athanasiadis, Ph.D. in Meteorology.
Analyzed climate predictability using multi-model ensemble decadal climate simulations (CMIP5).
Also, studied the seasonal predictability of northern hemisphere blocking frequency and the associated predictive skill for extra-tropical teleconnections in a number of state-of-the-art seasonal prediction systems.
Currently working on the origins of seasonal predictability in the extratropics and the representation of low-frequency variability processes in seasonal predictions.
- Air-Sea interaction over the Gulf Stream in an ensemble of HighResMIP present climate simulations
- Evaluating the applicability of using daily forecasts from seasonal prediction systems (SPSs) for agriculture: a case study of Nepal’s Terai with the NCEP CFSv2
- Using daily data from seasonal forecasts in dynamic crop models for yield prediction: A case study for rice in Nepal’s Terai
- RP0285 – CMCC-SPS3: The CMCC Seasonal Prediction System 3
- An assessment of a multi-model ensemble of decadal climate predictions
- RP0253 - The new CMCC - Seasonal Prediction System
- Impact of Atmosphere and Land Surface Initial Conditions on Seasonal Forecasts of Global Surface Temperature
- The representation of atmospheric blocking and the associated low-frequency variability in two seasonal prediction systems