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Bibliografia

Di seguito l’elenco delle Pubblicazioni e degli Autori utilizzati per la definizione del metodo previsionale:
  1. Baldi M. et al., 2004, “Guinea Gulf SST and Mediterranean summer climate: analysis of the interannual variability”.
  2. Baldwin M.P., Dunkerton T.J., 1999, “Propagation of the Arctic Oscillation from the stratosphere to the troposphere”.
  3. Baldwin M.P. and Dunkerton T.J., 2001, “Stratospheric harbingers of anomalous weather regimes”.
  4. Baldwin et al., 2001, “The Quasi Biennial Oscillation”.
  5. Butler A. H. and Polvani L- M., 2011, “El Nino, La Nina, and stratospheric sudden warming: a reevaluation in light of the observational record”.
  6. Cassou C. et al., 2005, “Tropical Atlantic Influence on European Heat Waves”. 
  7. Cassou S., 2008, “Intraseasonal interaction between the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) and The North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO).
  8. Charlton A.J. and O’Neill A., 2003, “Stratospheric memory and extended-range weather forecasts”.
  9. Charlton A. J. and Polvani L. M., 2006, “A New Look at Stratospheric Sudden Warmings. Part I: Climatology and Modeling Benchmarks”.
  10. Chen T. C., 2004, “Maintenance of the Midtropospheric North African Summer Circulation: Saharan High and African Easterly Jet”.
  11. Compo G. P. et al., 2001, “Changes of subseasonal Variability Associated with El Nino”.
  12. Della Marta P. M. et al., 2007, “Doubled length of western European summer heat waves since 1880”.
  13. De Weaver E. and Nigam S., 2001, “Linearity in ENSO’s Atmospheric Reponse”.
  14. Fischer E. M. and Seneviratne S. I. et al., 2007, “Soil Moisture–Atmosphere Interactions during the 2003 European Summer Heat Wave”.
  15. Gaetani et al., 2010, “Influence of the Mediterranean Sea on the West African Monsoon: intraseasonal variability in numerical simulation”.
  16. Gaetani et al., 2011, “West African Monsoon influence on the summer Euro-Atlantic circulation”.
  17. Gillett N.P et al., 2001, “Evidence for nonlinerarity in observed stratospheric circulation changes”.
  18. Klingaman N. P. et al., 2007, “A Teleconnection between Forced Great Plains Snow Cover and European Winter Climate”.
  19. Inseson S. and Scaife A., 2007, “Influence of ENSO on European Climate via the Stratosphere”.
  20. Ionita M. et. al, 2011, “Interannual to decadal summer drought variability over Europe and its relationship to global sea surface temperature”.
  21. Lin H. and Wu Z., 2012, “Indian summer monsoon influence on the climate in the North Atlantic-European Region”.
  22. Lockwood M. et al., 2010, “Are cold winter in Europe associated with low solar activity?”.
  23. Martius et al., 2009, “Blocking precursors to stratospheric sudden warming events”.
  24. Matthewman N. J. et. al., 2008, “A new look at stratospheric sudden warmings. Part III: Polar Vortex Evolution and Vetical Structure”.
  25. Messeri G. et al., 2013 (articolo sottomesso in una rivista internazionale), “The impact of major sudden stratospheric warming on central Mediterranean (Italy) winter temperature stratified by Open Solar Flux”.
  26. Pai D. S. et al., 2011, “Impact of MJO on the interseasonal variation of summer monsoon rainfall over India”.
  27. Panagiotopoulos et al., 2005, “Observed trends and Teleconnections of the Siberian High: A Recently Declining Center of Action”.
  28. Raicich F. et al., 2002, “Teleconnections between Indian Monsoon and Sahel Rainfall and the Mediterranean”.
  29. Rouillard A. and Lockwood M., 2004, “Oscillation in the open solar magnetic flux with a period of 1.68 years: imprinting on galactic    cosmic rays for heliospheric shielding”.
  30. Semazzi F. H. M. and Sung L., 1996, “The role of orography in determining the sahelian climate”.
  31. Thompson D.W.J et al., 2001, “Regional climate impacts of the Northern Hemisphere annular mode”.
  32. Zampieri M., et al., 2009, “Hot European Summers and the Role of Soil Moisture in the Propagation of Mediterranean Drought”.
  33. Zhou S. and Miller A.J., 2004, “The Interaction of the Madden–Julian Oscillation and the Arctic Oscillation”.