Recent Submissions

  • Future changes in the wintertime cyclonic activity over the CORDEX-CORE southern hemisphere domains in a multi-model approach

    Reboita, Michelle Simões; Reale, Marco; da Rocha, Rosmeri P.; Giorgi, Filippo; Giuliani, Graziano; Coppola, Erika; Nino, Rosa Beatriz Luna; Llopart, Marta Autor UNESP; Torres, Jose Abraham; Cavazos, Tereza (Climate Dynamics, 2020) [Artigo]
    Changes in the characteristics of austral winter (June–July–August) synoptic activity in three domains (Africa, Australia and South America) of the extratropical Southern Hemisphere projected with the Regional Climate Model ...
  • Assessment of multi-model climate projections of water resources over South America CORDEX domain

    Llopart, Marta Autor UNESP; Simões Reboita, Michelle; Porfírio da Rocha, Rosmeri (Climate Dynamics, 2020) [Artigo]
    Future climate projections focusing on precipitation and water resource trends over South America (SA) are investigated using two ensembles. One of them is composed of three global climate models (GCMs), and the other of ...
  • Future global meteorological drought hot spots: A study based on CORDEX data

    Spinoni, Jonathan; Barbosa, Paulo; Bucchignani, Edoardo; Cassano, John; Cavazos, Tereza; Christensen, Jens H.; Christensen, Ole B.; Coppola, Erika; Evans, Jason; Geyer, Beate et al. (Journal of Climate, 2020) [Artigo]
    Two questions motivated this study: 1) Will meteorological droughts become more frequent and severe during the twenty-first century? 2) Given the projected global temperature rise, to what extent does the inclusion of ...
  • Influence of El Niño-Southern Oscillation on baroclinic instability and storm tracks in the Southern Hemisphere

    Machado, Jeferson Prietsch Autor UNESP; Justino, Flávio; Souza, Caio Demétrio Autor UNESP (International Journal of Climatology, 2020) [Artigo]
    Earth's weather and climate are strongly influenced by synoptic scale systems such as extratropical cyclones. From this point of view, investigating the mechanisms associated with cyclogenesis, such as baroclinic instability ...
  • Synoptic analysis of a cold period in Bauru-SP in July 2015

    Capucin, Bruno César Autor UNESP; Llopart, Marta Autor UNESP; Reboita, Michelle Simões; Iwabe, Clara Miho Narukawa Autor UNESP (Anuario do Instituto de Geociencias, 2019) [Artigo]
    The first ten days of July 2015 in Bauru, SP, presented low temperatures with a higher decline on day 05. The purpose of this study was to describe the atmosphere characteristics that led to this decline in air temperature ...
  • Climatology and trend of severe drought events in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, during the 20th century

    Gozzo, Luiz F. Autor UNESP; Palma, Doris S. Autor UNESP; Custodio, Maria S. Autor UNESP; Machado, Jeferson P. (Atmosphere, 2019) [Artigo]
    Drought is a natural hazard with critical societal and economic consequences to millions of people around the world. In this paper, we present the climatology of severe drought events that occurred during the 20th century ...
  • Extreme precipitation events in bauru-sp: Possibility of occurrences of natural disasters?

    Machado, Jeferson Prietsch Autor UNESP; Machado, Cristiane Ferrari Canez Autor UNESP; Schiewaldt, Caio Brandão Autor UNESP (Anuario do Instituto de Geociencias, 2019) [Artigo]
    The present work seeks to approach the natural disasters and extreme events that affect the southeast of Brazil, specifically the municipality of Bauru, in the state of São Paulo. Firstly, the text brings some theoretical ...
  • Isotopic composition of precipitation during strong El Niño–Southern Oscillation events in the Southeast Region of Brazil

    dos Santos, Vinícius Autor UNESP; Dias de Oliveira, Marcelo Autor UNESP; Boll, Jan; Sánchez-Murillo, Ricardo; Menegário, Amauri Antonio Autor UNESP; Gozzo, Luiz Felippe Autor UNESP; Gastmans, Didier Autor UNESP (Hydrological Processes, 2019) [Artigo]
    Equatorial Pacific sea surface temperature variations interact with processes of atmospheric circulation, creating conditions for the occurrence of El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO). ENSO events represent the most important ...
  • Preliminary evaluation of WRF physical parameterizations for a frost event in Southern Brazil

    Machado, Jeferson Autor UNESP; Quadro, Mário; Cardoso, Camila; Araújo, Carlos; Rodrigues, Gabriel; Costa, Natália; Rodrigues, Tuanny; de Paula, Lourenço (Meteorologica, 2018) [Artigo]
    Based on numerical simulations performed with the WRF model for a frost event in Southern Brazil in July 2013, it was possible to test different physical parameterizations and evaluate these parameterizations in these ...
  • Valuation of the human thermal discomfort index for the five Brazilian regions in the period of El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO)

    Diniz, Fernanda Rodrigues Autor UNESP; Iwabe, Clara Miho Narukawa Autor UNESP; Piacenti-Silva, Marina Autor UNESP (International Journal of Biometeorology, 2018) [Artigo]
    Brazil is an extensive country with five administrative regions that have different climates, mainly due to their geographic locations. The El Niño-Southern Oscillation influences the regime of temperature and precipitation ...
  • 2D Barrier in a Superconducting Niobium Square

    Joya, Miryam R.; Sardella, Edson Autor UNESP; Barba-ortega, J.; Pintilie, L.; Mitoseriu, L.; Alexe, M. (Electroceramics Xiv Conference, 2014) [Trabalho apresentado em evento]
    The presence of barriers changes the vortex structure in superconducting Nb square in presence of a uniform applied magnetic field. The Cooper pair configurations in a mesoscopics superconducting square of Nb with a barrier ...
  • Extratropical cyclones over the southwestern South Atlantic Ocean: HadGEM2-ES and RegCM4 projections

    Reboita, Michelle S.; da Rocha, Rosmeri P.; de Souza, Marcelo R.; Llopart, Marta Autor UNESP (International Journal of Climatology, 2018) [Artigo]
    The value added from dynamic downscaling in climate projections of extratropical cyclones over the southwestern South Atlantic Ocean (SAO) is evaluated. For this purpose, the Regional Climate Model version 4 (RegCM4) is ...
  • Modeling the radiative effects of biomass burning aerosols on carbon fluxes in the Amazon region

    Moreira, Demerval S. Autor UNESP; Longo, Karla M.; Freitas, Saulo R.; Yamasoe, Marcia A.; Mercado, Lina M.; Rosário, Nilton E.; Gloor, Emauel; Viana, Rosane S. M.; Miller, John B.; Gatti, Luciana V. et al. (Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2017) [Artigo]
    Every year, a dense smoke haze covers a large portion of South America originating from fires in the Amazon Basin and central parts of Brazil during the dry biomass burning season between August and October. Over a large ...
  • Sensitivity of simulated South America climate to the land surface schemes in RegCM4

    Llopart, Marta Autor UNESP; da Rocha, Rosmeri P.; Reboita, Michelle; Cuadra, Santiago (Climate Dynamics, 2017) [Artigo]
    This work evaluates the impact of two land surface parameterizations on the simulated climate and its variability over South America (SA). Two numerical experiments using RegCM4 coupled with the Biosphere–Atmosphere Transfer ...
  • The Brazilian developments on the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (BRAMS 5.2): An integrated environmental model tuned for tropical areas

    Freitas, Saulo R.; Panetta, Jairo; Longo, Karla M.; Rodrigues, Luiz F.; Moreira, Demerval S. Autor UNESP; Rosário, Nilton E.; Silva Dias, Pedro L.; Silva Dias, Maria A.F.; Souza, Enio P.; Freitas, Edmilson D. et al. (Geoscientific Model Development, 2017) [Artigo]
    We present a new version of the Brazilian developments on the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (BRAMS), in which different previous versions for weather, chemistry, and carbon cycle were unified in a single integrated ...
  • Contribution of cold fronts to seasonal rainfall in simulations over the southern la Plata Basin

    De Jesus, Eduardo Marcos; Da Rocha, Rosmeri Porf�rio; Reboita, Michelle Sim�es; Llopart, Marta Autor UNESP; Dutra, L�via M�rcia Mosso; Remedio, Armelle Reca C. (Climate Research, 2016) [Artigo]
    This work investigates how regional climate models REMO and RegCM4 simulate the frequency of cold fronts (CFs) over southern Brazil and the contribution of these systems to the seasonal precipitation over the southern part ...
  • Weather, climate control, and imipenem-resistance in Acinetobacter baumannii: An ecological approach

    Da Silveira, Mônica Autor UNESP; Da Silva, Lucas Porangaba; De Oliveira Emídio, Zildene Pedrosa Autor UNESP; Fortaleza, Carlos Magno Castelo Branco Autor UNESP (Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, 2018) [Carta]
  • Evaluation of metal removal efficiency and its influence in the physicochemical parameters at two sewage treatment plants

    Pipi, Angelo R. F.; Magdalena, Aroldo G. Autor UNESP; Giafferis, Giselda P.; da Silva, Gustavo H. R. Autor UNESP; Piacenti-Silva, Marina Autor UNESP (Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2018) [Artigo]
    In sewage treatment plants, physicochemical parameters are highly controlled since treated sewage can be returned to water bodies or reused. In addition, pollutants such as heavy metals also deserve attention due to their ...
  • Land use change over the Amazon forest and its impact on the local climate

    Llopart, Marta Autor UNESP; Reboita, Michelle Simões; Coppola, Erika; Giorgi, Filippo; da Rocha, Rosmeri Porfírio; de Souza, Diego Oliveira (Water (Switzerland), 2018) [Artigo]
    One of the most important anthropogenic influences on climate is land use change (LUC). In particular, the Amazon (AMZ) basin is a highly vulnerable area to climate change due to substantial modifications of the hydroclimatology ...
  • Tropical forest light regimes in a human-modified landscape

    Fauset, Sophie; Gloor, Manuel U.; Aidar, Marcos P. M.; Freitas, Helber C. Autor UNESP; Fyllas, Nikolaos M.; Marabesi, Mauro A.; Rochelle, Andre L. C.; Shenkin, Alexander; Vieira, Simone A.; Joly, Carlos A. (Ecosphere, 2017) [Artigo]
    Light is the key energy input for all vegetated systems. Forest light regimes are complex, with the vertical pattern of light within canopies influenced by forest structure. Human disturbances in tropical forests impact ...

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