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The influence of Arctic amplification on mid-latitude summer circulation
D Coumou, G Di Capua, S Vavrus, L Wang, S Wang
Nature Communications 9 (1), 1-12, 2018
2262018
Changes in meandering of the Northern Hemisphere circulation
G Di Capua, D Coumou
Environmental Research Letters 11 (9), 094028, 2016
552016
The influence of Arctic amplification on mid-latitude summer circulation. Nat. Commun., 9, 2959
D Coumou, G Di Capua, S Vavrus, L Wang, S Wang
392018
Long-lead statistical forecasts of the indian summer monsoon rainfall based on causal precursors
G Di Capua, M Kretschmer, J Runge, A Alessandri, RV Donner, ...
Weather and Forecasting 34 (5), 1377-1394, 2019
212019
Tropical and mid-latitude teleconnections interacting with the Indian summer monsoon rainfall: a theory-guided causal effect network approach
G Di Capua, M Kretschmer, RV Donner, B Van Den Hurk, R Vellore, ...
Earth System Dynamics 11 (1), 17-34, 2020
172020
Dominant patterns of interaction between the tropics and mid-latitudes in boreal summer: causal relationships and the role of timescales
G Di Capua, J Runge, RV Donner, B van den Hurk, AG Turner, R Vellore, ...
Weather and Climate Dynamics 1 (2), 519-539, 2020
122020
Sub-synoptic circulation variability in the Himalayan extreme precipitation event during June 2013
RK Vellore, JS Bisht, R Krishnan, U Uppara, G Di Capua, D Coumou
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 132 (5), 631-665, 2020
52020
Meridionally extending anomalous wave train over Asia during breaks in the Indian summer monsoon
U Umakanth, RK Vellore, R Krishnan, AD Choudhury, JSH Bisht, ...
Earth Systems and Environment 3 (3), 353-366, 2019
52019
Using Bayesian networks to investigate the influence of subseasonal arctic variability on midlatitude North Atlantic circulation
N Harwood, R Hall, G Di Capua, A Russell, A Tucker
Journal of Climate 34 (6), 2319-2335, 2021
22021
Drivers behind the summer 2010 wave train leading to Russian heatwave and Pakistan flooding
G Di Capua, S Sparrow, K Kornhuber, E Rousi, S Osprey, D Wallom, ...
npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 4 (1), 1-14, 2021
12021
Causal drivers of eastern Mediterranean tropospheric circulation during boreal summer
E Tyrlis, G Di Capua, D Matei, D Coumou, R Donner
EGU22, 2022
2022
Causal Drivers and Mechanisms of Monsoon Rainfall Over the Northern Indian Subcontinent
LEA Podgurski, G Di Capua, RV Donner
EGU22, 2022
2022
Increasing trend in the Greenland blocking Index: can causal inference help to explain discrepancies between observations and models?
G Di Capua, J Beckmann, D Coumou, P Davini, RV Donner, E Rousi
EGU22, 2022
2022
Using causal discovery to understand misrepresentations of boreal summer tropical–extratropical teleconnections in S2S forecasts
G Di Capua, D Coumou, B van den Hurk, RV Donner
AGU Fall Meeting 2021, 2021
2021
The Indian Monsoon and its interaction with the mid-latitude circulation
G Di Capua
2021
Causal maps versus correlation maps: visual analysis of tropical-extratropical atmospheric teleconnections using causal discovery
G Di Capua, RV Donner
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-13147, 2021
2021
Causal interactions between tropics and mid-latitudes in reanalysis data and S2S forecasts
G Di Capua, RV Donner, B van den Hurk, D Coumou
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, A246-07, 2020
2020
Wave-resonance fingerprint in the 2010 summer: a modelling experiment
G Di Capua, K Kornhuber, E Rousi, S Sparrow, D Wallom, D Coumou
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 16003, 2020
2020
Using Bayesian Networks to investigate the influence of Arctic Amplification on midlatitude North Atlantic circulation
N Harwood, A Tucker, R Hall, G Di Capua, A Russell
2020
The impact of ENSO on the causal relationships between the Indian summer monsoon and the mid-latitude circulation at sub-seasonal time scale
G Di Capua, D Coumou, M Kretschmer, RV Donner, B van den Hurk, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
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