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Antonio Navarra is a Full Professor at the University of Bologna. He graduated in Physics at the University of Bologna in 1980. He then moved to Princeton University to get a PhD at the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory. He is also President of the Foundation “Centro Euromediterraneo sui Cambiamenti Climatici” (CMCC), a multidisciplinary research center whose mission is to investigate and model the human climate system. He has an extensive experience in climate numerical experiments and on numerical methods as a tool of scientific investigation and discovery. He has also held appointments as Affiliate Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR, Boulder) and in the advisory board of the Asia-Pacific Climate Center in South Korea. He is or has been on the board of the ECMWF Council, Joint Programming Initiative “Climate” and he is on the Board of the UN Adaptation Fund.
- Extreme Events Representation in CMCC-CM2 Standard and High Resolution General Circulation Models.
- On the physical nudging equations
- The Pacific Decadal Oscillation Modulates Tropical Cyclone Days on the Interannual Time Scale in the North Pacific Ocean
- A General Methodology for Beached Oil Spill Hazard Mapping
- Regional climate downscaling over Europe: perspectives from the EURO-CORDEX community
- A meteo-hydrological modelling system for the reconstruction of river runoff: the case of the Ofanto river catchment
- TN0288 - The new CMCC Operational Seasonal Prediction System
- The typhoon-induced drying of the Maritime Continent
- Global Mean Climate and Main Patterns of Variability in the CMCC-CM2 Coupled Model
- Remote subsurface ocean temperature as a predictor of Atlantic hurricane activity