Alessio Bellucci, PhD in physical oceanography at the National Oceanography Centre Southampton.
Coordinator of the Climate Variability and Prediction group.
His main research interests are the role of the ocean on the global climate, with specific emphasis on midlatitude climate variability at decadal and interdecadal timescales, ocean-atmosphere interactions in the North Atlantic sector, and decadal climate predictability.
- The role of forcings in the 20th century North Atlantic multi-decadal variability: the 1940-1975 North Atlantic cooling case study
- An assessment of a multi-model ensemble of decadal climate predictions
- Advancements in decadal climate predictability: the role of non-oceanic drivers
- Using temperature-salinity relations in a global ocean implementation of a multivariate data assimilation scheme
- NAO-Ocean Circulation Interactions in a Coupled General Circulation Model.
- The double-ITCZ syndrome in coupled general circulation models: the role of large-scale vertical circulation regimes
- Decadal climate predictions with a coupled OAGCM initialized with oceanic reanalyses