Arnold Sullivan
Arnold Sullivan
CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research
Verified email at csiro.au
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The ACCESS coupled model: description, control climate and evaluation
D Bi, M Dix, SJ Marsland, S O’Farrell, H Rashid, P Uotila, AC Hirst, ...
Aust. Meteorol. Oceanogr. J 63 (1), 41-64, 2013
3692013
Recent unprecedented skewness towards positive Indian Ocean Dipole occurrences and its impact on Australian rainfall
W Cai, T Cowan, A Sullivan
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (11), 2009
1542009
Asymmetry in ENSO teleconnection with regional rainfall, its multidecadal variability, and impact
W Cai, P Van Rensch, T Cowan, A Sullivan
Journal of Climate 23 (18), 4944-4955, 2010
1302010
The ACCESS coupled model: documentation of core CMIP5 simulations and initial results
M Dix, P Vohralik, D Bi, H Rashid, S Marsland, S O’Farrell, P Uotila, ...
Aust. Meteorol. Oceanogr. J 63 (1), 83-99, 2013
792013
Fate of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation: Strong decline under continued warming and Greenland melting
P Bakker, A Schmittner, JTM Lenaerts, A Abe‐Ouchi, D Bi, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (23), 12,252-12,260, 2016
762016
Interactions of ENSO, the IOD, and the SAM in CMIP3 models
W Cai, A Sullivan, T Cowan
Journal of Climate 24 (6), 1688-1704, 2011
732011
Rainfall teleconnections with Indo-Pacific variability in the WCRP CMIP3 models
W Cai, A Sullivan, T Cowan
Journal of climate 22 (19), 5046-5071, 2009
652009
Climate change contributes to more frequent consecutive positive Indian Ocean Dipole events
W Cai, A Sullivan, T Cowan
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (23), 2009
582009
Dynamics and predictability of El Niņo–Southern Oscillation: An Australian perspective on progress and challenges
A Santoso, H Hendon, A Watkins, S Power, D Dommenget, MH England, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 100 (3), 403-420, 2019
382019
ACCESS-OM: the ocean and sea-ice core of the ACCESS coupled model
D Bi, SJ Marsland, P Uotila, S O’Farrell, R Fiedler, A Sullivan, SM Griffies, ...
Aust. Meteorol. Oceanogr. J 63 (1), 213-232, 2013
362013
Robust contribution of decadal anomalies to the frequency of central-Pacific El Niņo
A Sullivan, JJ Luo, AC Hirst, D Bi, W Cai, J He
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
312016
Simulation of the Indian Ocean Dipole: A relevant criterion for selecting models for climate projections
W Cai, A Sullivan, T Cowan, J Ribbe, G Shi
Geophysical research letters 38 (3), 2011
302011
Evaluation of ACCESS climate model ocean diagnostics in CMIP5 simulations
SJ Marsland, D Bi, P Uotila, R Fiedler, SM Griffies, K Lorbacher, ...
Aust. Meteor. Oceanogr. J 63, 101-119, 2013
272013
How rare are the 2006–2008 positive Indian Ocean dipole events? An IPCC AR4 climate model perspective
W Cai, A Sullivan, T Cowan
Geophysical research letters 36 (8), 2009
222009
Shoaling of the off‐equatorial south Indian Ocean thermocline: Is it driven by anthropogenic forcing?
W Cai, A Sullivan, T Cowan
Geophysical research letters 35 (12), 2008
222008
Impacts of broad-scale surface freshening of the Southern Ocean in a coupled climate model
A Purich, MH England, W Cai, A Sullivan, PJ Durack
Journal of Climate 31 (7), 2613-2632, 2018
182018
Are anthropogenic aerosols responsible for the northwest Australia summer rainfall increase? A CMIP3 perspective and implications
W Cai, T Cowan, A Sullivan, J Ribbe, G Shi
Journal of climate 24 (10), 2556-2564, 2011
162011
Configuration and spin-up of ACCESS-CM2, the new generation Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator Coupled Model
D Bi, M Dix, S Marsland, S O’Farrell, A Sullivan, R Bodman, R Law, ...
Journal of Southern Hemisphere Earth Systems Science 70 (1), 225-251, 2020
122020
Evaluation of El Niņo–Southern Oscillation in the ACCESS coupled model simulations for CMIP5
HA Rashid, A Sullivan, AC Hirst, D Bi, SJ Marsland
Aust Meteorol Oceanogr J 63 (1), 161-180, 2013
92013
The role of the South Pacific in modulating Tropical Pacific variability
CTY Chung, SB Power, A Sullivan, F Delage
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
42019
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