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1999

Bryson, R.A. and R.U. Bryson (1999). Holocene climates of Anatolia as simulated with archaeoclimatic models. Turkish Academy of Sciences Journal of Archaeology 2, 1-13. CCR #717

Costa, M.H. and J.A. Foley (1999). Trends in the hydrological cycle of the Amazon basin. Journal of Geophysical Research 104(D12), 14,189-14,198. CCR #718

Delire, C., and J. Foley (1999). Evaluating the performance of a land Surface/ecosystem model with biophysical measurements from contrasting environments. Journal of Geophysical Research 104(D14), 16,895 - 16,909. CCR #719

Gibbs, M.T., G.J.S. Bluth, P.J. Fawcett, and L.R. Kump (1999). Global chemical erosion over the last 250 million years: Variations due to changes in paleogeography, paleoclimate, and paleogeology. American Journal of Science 299 (7, 8, 9), 611-651. CCR #720

Joussaume, S., K.E. Taylor, P. Braconnot, J. Mitchell, J. Kutzbach, S.P. Harrison, I.C. Prentice, A.J. Broccoli, A. Abe-Ouchi, P.J. Bartlein, C. Bonfils, B. Dong, J. Guiot, K. Herterich, C. Hewitt, D. Jolly, J.W. Kim, A Kislov, M.F. Loutre, V. Masson, B. McAvaney, N. McFarlane, N. deNoblet, W.R. Peltier, J.Y. Peterschmitt, D. Pollard, D. Rind, J.F. Royer, M. Schlesinger, J. Syktus, S. Thompson, P. Valdes, G. Vettoretti, R.S. Webb, U. Wyputta (1999). Monsoon changes for 6000 years ago: results of 18 simulations from the Palaeoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project (PMIP). Geophysical Research Letters 26(7), 859-862. CCR #721

Liu, Z. (1999a). Forced planetary wave response in thermocline gyre. Journal of Physical Oceanography 29(5), 1036-1055. CCR #725: PDF. © Copyright May 1999 AMS.

Liu, Z. and S. Shin (1999). On thermocline ventilation of active and passive tracers. Geophysical Research Letters 26(3), 357-360. CCR #727

Liu, Z. and R-H Zhang (1999). Propagation and mechanism of decadal upper-ocean variability in the North Pacific. Geophysical Research Letters 26(6), 739-742. CCR #728

Liu, Z., R.G. Gallimore, J.E. Kutzbach, W. Xu, Y. Golubev, P. Behling, and R. Selin (1999). Modeling long-term climate changes with equilibrium asynchronous coupling. Climate Dynamics 15, 325-340. CCR #729: PDF. Original Publication. The original publication is available at www.springerlink.com by searching for the DOI. (doi: 10.1007/s003820050285)

Liu, Z., L. Wu, and E. Bayler (1999). Rossby wave - coastal kelvin wave interaction in the extratropics I: Low frequency adjustment in a closed basin. J. of Physical Oceanography 29, 2383-2404. CCR #730: PDF. © Copyright September 1999 AMS.

Liu, Z., L. Wu, and H. Hurlburt (1999). Rossby wave-coastal kelvin wave interaction in the extratropics. Part II: Formation of island circulation. J. of Physical Oceanography 29, 2405-2418. CCR #731: PDF. © Copyright September 1999 AMS.

Liu, Z., R. Jacob, J. Kutzbach, S. Harrison, and J. Anderson (1999). Asian monsoon impact on El Nino in the early Holocene. PAGES Newsletter, Vol. 7, No. 2, 16-17. CCR #732. Complete newsletter.

Rees, P.M., M.T. Gibbs, A.M. Ziegler, J.E. Kutzbach, and P.J. Behling (1999). Permian climates: Evaluating model predictions using global paleobotanical data. Geology 27(10), 891-894. CCR #735. A copy of this paper can be found on the Geology website of the Geological Society of America.

Vavrus, S.J. (1999). The response of the coupled arctic sea ice-atmosphere system to orbital forcing and ice motion at 6 kyr and 115 kyr BP. Journal of Climate 12, 873-896. CCR #736

Vavrus, S., Z. Liu, and J.E. Kutzbach (1999). The response of the tropical ocean-atmosphere system to 3xCO2 using equilibrium asynchronous coupling. Preprint volume of the 23rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, 10-15 January 1999, Dallas, TX, by the AMS, Boston, MA. CCR #737

Wu, L., Z. Liu, and H.E. Hurlburt (1999). The effect of north-south gyre width on the inertial recirculation. Geophy. Astrophy Fluid Dynamics 91, 45-63. CCR #739

Zhang, R., and Z. Liu (1999). Decadal thermocline variability on the North Pacific Ocean: two pathways around the subtropical gyre. Journal of Climate 12, 3273-3296. CCR #740: PDF. © Copyright November 1999 AMS.


1998

Kutzbach, J. E., (2001). Simulations of climates of the Holocene: perspectives gained with models of different complexity. In: L. Bengtsson and C. Hammer (Eds.), Geosphere-Biosphere Interactions and Climate, Cambridge University Press, pp. 163-175. (This book was based upon papers contributed to a meeting on climatic and environmental change sponsored by the Pontifical Academy of Science. Meeting at the Vatican in 1998.)

Brostrom, A. M. Coe, S.P. Harrison, R. Gallimore, J.E. Kutzbach, J. Foley, I.C. Prentice, and P. Behling (1998). Land Surface feedbacks and palaeomonsoons in Northern Africa. Geophysical Research Letters 25(19), 3615-3618. CCR #704: PDF

Bryson, R.U. and R.A. Bryson (1998). Application of a Global Volcanicity Time-series on High-Resolution Paleoclimatic Modeling of the Eastern Mediterranean. In "Water, Environment and Society in Times of Climatic Change," (A.S. Issar and N. Brown (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 1-19. CCR #705

Coe, M.T. (1998). A linked global model of terrestrial hydrologic processes: Simulation of modern rivers, lakes, and wetlands. Journal of Geophysical Research 103(D8), 8885-8899. CCR #706: PDF.

Costa, M.H. and J.A. Foley (1998). A comparison of precipitation datasets for the Amazon basin. Geophysical Research Letters 25(2), 155-158. CCR #707

Foley, J.A., S. Levis, I.C. Prentice, D. Pollard, and S.L. Thompson (1998). Coupling dynamic models of climate and vegetation. Global Change Biology 4, 561-579. CCR #708

Harrison, S.P., D. Jolly, F. Laarif, A. Abe-Ouchi, B. Dong, K. Herterich, C. Hewitt, S. Joussaume, J.E. Kutzbach, J. Mitchell, N. deNoblet, and P. Valdes (1998). Intercomparison of simulated global vegetation distributions in response to 6 kyr BP orbital forcing. Journal of Climate 11(11), 2721-2742. CCR #709: PDF. © Copyright November 1998 AMS.

Kutzbach, J.E., R. Gallimore, S.P. Harrison, P. Behling, R. Selin, and F. Laarif (1998). Climate and biome simulations for the past 21,000 years. Quaternary Science Reviews 17(6-7), 473-506. CCR #710: PDF

Liu, Z. (1998). The role of ocean in the response of tropical climatology to global warming: the west-east SST contrast. Journal of Climate 11, 864-875. CCR #711: PDF. © Copyright May 1998 AMS.

Qin, B., S.P. Harrison, and J.E. Kutzbach (1998). Validation of modelled regional water balance using lake status data: A comparison of 6ka simulations with the NCAR CCM. Quaternary Science Reviews 17(6-7), 535-548. CCR #712

Ramankutty, N. and J.A. Foley (1998). Characterizing patterns of global land use: An analysis of global croplands data. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 12(4), 667-685. CCR #713

Walsh, S.E., S.J. Vavrus, J.A. Foley, V.A. Fisher, R.H. Wynne, and J.D. Lenters (1998). Model patterns of lake ice phenology and climate: Model simulations and observations. J. Geophysical Research 103(D22), 28825-28837. CCR #714

Webb, T.I., and J.E. Kutzbach (1998). An introduction to "Late Quaternary climates: Data syntheses and model experiments."Quaternary Science Reviews 17(6-7), 465-472. CCR #715: PDF

Ziegler, A.M., M.T. Gibbs, and M.L. Hulver (1998). A mini-atlas of oceanic water masses in the Permian period. Proc. of the Royal Society of Victoria 110 (1/2), 323-343. CCR #716


1997

Bryson, R.A. and R.U. Bryson (1997d). A comparison of cultural evidence and simulated Holocene climates of the Pacific Northwest: An excercise in archaeoclimatology. In "Contributions of the Archaeology of Oregon 1995-1997" (A.C. Oetting, ed.), Association of Oregon Archaeologists, Occasional Papers No. 6, pp. 1-18. CCR #690

Costa, M.H. and J.A. Foley (1997). Water balance of the Amazon Basin: dependence on vegetation cover and canopy conductance. Journal of Geophysical Research 102(D20), 23,973-23,989. CCR #691

Coe, M. (1997). Simulating continental surface waters: An application to Holocene northern Africa. Journal of Climate 10,1680-1689. CCR #692

Coe, M., and G. Bonan (1997). Feedbacks between climate and surface water in Northern Africa during the middle-Holocene. Journal of Geophysical Research 102, 11,087-11,101. CCR #693

Cramer, W., Shugart, H.H., Noble, I.R., Woodward, F.I., Bugmann, H., Bondeau, A., Foley, J.A., Gardner, R.H., Lauenroth, B., Pitelka, L.F., Sala, O. & Sutherst, R.W., (1997). Ecosystem composition and structure. In: Walker, B.H., Steffen, W.L., Canadell, J. & Ingram, J.S.I. (eds.) The Terrestial Biosphere and Global Change: Implications for Natural and Managed Ecosystems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CCR #694

Kutzbach, J.E., and Z. Liu (1997). Response of the African monsoon to orbital forcing and ocean feedbacks in the middle Holocene. Science 278, 440-443. CCR #695: PDF. This article appeared in Science Magazine, published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The article can be found on-line.

Kutzbach, J.E., W.F. Ruddiman, and W.L. Prell (1997). Possible effects of Cenozoic uplift and CO2 lowering on global and regional hydrology. In "Tectonic Uplift and Climate Change" (W.F. Ruddiman, ed.), Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York, pp. 149-170. CCR #696

Liu, Z. and B. Huang (1997). A coupled theory of tropical climatology: Warm pool, cold tongue, and Walker Circulation. Journal of Climate 10, 1662-1679. CCR #698: PDF. © Copyright July 1997 AMS.

Prell, W.L., and J.E. Kutzbach (1997). The impact of Tibet-Himalayan elevation on the sensitivity of the monsoon climate system to changes in solar radiation. In "Tectonic Uplift and Climate Change" (W.F. Ruddiman, ed.), Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York, pp. 171-201. CCR #699

Vavrus, S.J. (1997). The effect of sea-ice parameterizations on the simulation of Artic ice pack. Annals of Glaciology 25, 12-16. CCR #702

Vavrus, S.J., and Z. Liu (1997). Improving the simulations of sea ice in oceanic and atmospheric GCMs. Modeling the Artic System: A workshop report on the state of modeling in the Artic System Science Program. ARCUS, Fairbanks, Alaska, February 1997, 39-40. CCR #697

Winkler, M.G. (1997). Late Quaternary Climate, Fire, and Vegetation Dynamics in "Sediment Records of Biomass Burning and Global Change" (J.S. Clark, H. Cachier, J.G. Goldammer, and B. Stocks, eds.), NATO ASI Series, Vol. 151, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 329-346. CCR #703


1997

Bryson, R.A. and R.U. Bryson (1997d). A comparison of cultural evidence and simulated Holocene climates of the Pacific Northwest: An excercise in archaeoclimatology. In "Contributions of the Archaeology of Oregon 1995-1997" (A.C. Oetting, ed.), Association of Oregon Archaeologists, Occasional Papers No. 6, pp. 1-18. CCR #690

Costa, M.H. and J.A. Foley (1997). Water balance of the Amazon Basin: dependence on vegetation cover and canopy conductance. Journal of Geophysical Research 102(D20), 23,973-23,989. CCR #691

Coe, M. (1997). Simulating continental surface waters: An application to Holocene northern Africa. Journal of Climate 10,1680-1689. CCR #692

Coe, M., and G. Bonan (1997). Feedbacks between climate and surface water in Northern Africa during the middle-Holocene. Journal of Geophysical Research 102, 11,087-11,101. CCR #693

Cramer, W., Shugart, H.H., Noble, I.R., Woodward, F.I., Bugmann, H., Bondeau, A., Foley, J.A., Gardner, R.H., Lauenroth, B., Pitelka, L.F., Sala, O. & Sutherst, R.W., (1997). Ecosystem composition and structure. In: Walker, B.H., Steffen, W.L., Canadell, J. & Ingram, J.S.I. (eds.) The Terrestial Biosphere and Global Change: Implications for Natural and Managed Ecosystems. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CCR #694

Kutzbach, J.E., and Z. Liu (1997). Response of the African monsoon to orbital forcing and ocean feedbacks in the middle Holocene. Science 278, 440-443. CCR #695: PDF. This article appeared in Science Magazine, published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The article can be found on-line.

Kutzbach, J.E., W.F. Ruddiman, and W.L. Prell (1997). Possible effects of Cenozoic uplift and CO2 lowering on global and regional hydrology. In "Tectonic Uplift and Climate Change" (W.F. Ruddiman, ed.), Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York, pp. 149-170. CCR #696

Liu, Z. and B. Huang (1997). A coupled theory of tropical climatology: Warm pool, cold tongue, and Walker Circulation. Journal of Climate 10, 1662-1679. CCR #698: PDF. © Copyright July 1997 AMS.

Prell, W.L., and J.E. Kutzbach (1997). The impact of Tibet-Himalayan elevation on the sensitivity of the monsoon climate system to changes in solar radiation. In "Tectonic Uplift and Climate Change" (W.F. Ruddiman, ed.), Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York, pp. 171-201. CCR #699

Vavrus, S.J. (1997). The effect of sea-ice parameterizations on the simulation of Artic ice pack. Annals of Glaciology 25, 12-16. CCR #702

Vavrus, S.J., and Z. Liu (1997). Improving the simulations of sea ice in oceanic and atmospheric GCMs. Modeling the Artic System: A workshop report on the state of modeling in the Artic System Science Program. ARCUS, Fairbanks, Alaska, February 1997, 39-40. CCR #697

Winkler, M.G. (1997). Late Quaternary Climate, Fire, and Vegetation Dynamics in "Sediment Records of Biomass Burning and Global Change" (J.S. Clark, H. Cachier, J.G. Goldammer, and B. Stocks, eds.), NATO ASI Series, Vol. 151, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 329-346. CCR #703


1996

Foley, J.A., I.C. Prentice, N. Ramankutty, S. Levis, D. Pollard, S. Sitch, and A. Haxeltine (1996). An integrated biosphere model of land surface processes, terrestrial carbon balance, and vegetation dynamics. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 10(4), 603-628. CCR #678: PDF.

Gallimore, R.G., and J.E. Kutzbach (1996). Role of orbitally-induced changes in tundra area in the onset of glaciation. Nature 381, 503-505. CCR #679. Copyright held by Nature Publishing Group. The original publication can be found at: http://www.nature.com/nature/index.html

Kutzbach, J.E. (1996). Steps in the Evolution of Climatology: From Descriptive to Analytic. In Historical Essays on Meteorology 1919-1995:The Diamond Anniversary History Volume of the American Meteorological Society(J.R. Fleming, ed.), American Meteorological Society, Boston, pp. 353-377. CCR #680

Kutzbach, J.E., G. Bonan, J. Foley, and S.P. Harrison (1996). Vegetation and soil feedbacks on the response of the African monsoon to orbital forcing in the early to middle Holocene. Nature 384, 623-626. CCR #681. Copyright held by Nature Publishing Group. The original publication can be found at: http://www.nature.com/nature/index.html

Levis, S., M. Coe, and J.A. Foley (1996). Hydrologic budget of a land surface model: a global application. Journal of Geophysical Research 101(D12), 16,921-16,930. CCR #682: PDF

TEMPO (Testing Earth System Models with Paleo-Observations) [J.E. Kutzbach, P.J Bartlein, J.A. Foley, S.P. Harrison, S. Hostetler, Z. Liu, I.C. Prentice, and T. Webb III] (1996). Potential role of vegetation feedback in the climate sensitivity of high-latitude regions: A case study at 6000 years B.P. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 10(4), 727-736. CCR #683: PDF

Vavrus, S.J., R.H. Wynne, and J.A. Foley (1996). Measuring the sensitivity of southern Wisconsin lake ice to climate variations and lake depth using a numerical model. Limnol. Oceanogr., 41(5), 822-831. CCR #684


1995

Lenters, J.D., M.T. Coe, and J.A. Foley (2000). Surface water balance of the continental United States, 1963-1995: Regional evaluation of a terrestrial biosphere model and the NCEP/NCAR reanalysis. Journal of Geophysical Research 105(D17), 22393-22425. CCR #752: PDF

Bryson, R.A. and R.U. Bryson (1997d). A comparison of cultural evidence and simulated Holocene climates of the Pacific Northwest: An excercise in archaeoclimatology. In "Contributions of the Archaeology of Oregon 1995-1997" (A.C. Oetting, ed.), Association of Oregon Archaeologists, Occasional Papers No. 6, pp. 1-18. CCR #690

Kutzbach, J.E. (1996). Steps in the Evolution of Climatology: From Descriptive to Analytic. In Historical Essays on Meteorology 1919-1995:The Diamond Anniversary History Volume of the American Meteorological Society(J.R. Fleming, ed.), American Meteorological Society, Boston, pp. 353-377. CCR #680

Bryson, R.A. (1995). Ten Millennia of Climatic Variation in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Academy Review, Spring 1995, pp. 44-45. CCR #667

Coe, M.T. (1995). The hydrologic cycle of major continental drainage and ocean basins: A simulation of the modern and mid-Holocene conditions and a comparison with observations J. Climate 8(2), 535-543. CCR #668

Felzer, B., R.J. Oglesby, H. Shao, T. Webb III, D.E. Hyman, W.L. Prell,and J.E. Kutzbach (1995). A systematic study of GCM sensitivity to latitudinal changes in solar radiation. J. Climate 8(4), 877-887. CCR #669: PDF. © Copyright April 1995 AMS.

Foley, J.A. (1995). An equilibrium model of the terrestrial carbon budget. Tellus 47B, 310-319. CCR #670

Foley, J.A. (1995). Numerical models of the terrestrial biosphere. Journal of Biogeography 22, 837-842. CCR #671

Gallimore, R.G. (1995). Simulated ocean-atmosphere interaction in the North Pacific from a GCM coupled to a constant-depth mixed layer. J. Climate 8(7), 1721-1737. CCR #672

Gallimore, R.G. and J.E. Kutzbach (1995). Snow cover and sea ice sensitivity to generic changes in Earth orbital parameters. J. Geophysical Research 100(D1), 1103-1120. CCR #673: PDF

Harrison, S., J.E. Kutzbach, I.C. Prentice, P.J. Behling, and M. Sykes (1995). The response of northern hemisphere extratropical climate and vegetation to orbitally-induced changes in insolation during the last interglaciation. Quaternary Research. 43, 174-184. CCR #674: PDF

Vavrus, S.J. (1995). Sensitivity of the arctic climate to leads in a coupled atmosphere-mixed layer ocean model. J.Climate 8(2), 158-171. CCR #675

Winkler, M. and P. Sanford (1995). Coastal Massachusetts pond development: Edaphic, climatic, and sea level impacts since deglaciation. J. Paleolimnology 14, 311-336. CCR #676

Wise, A.L. and Thorme, T. (1995). Global palaeoclimate modelling approaches: Some considerations for archaeologists. Chapter 21 In Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 1994 (J. Huggett and N. Ryan, eds.), BAR (British Archaeological Reports) International Series 600, Tempvs Reparatvm, Archaeological and Historical Associates Limited, Oxford, England, 127-132. CCR #677


1994

Wise, A.L. and Thorme, T. (1995). Global palaeoclimate modelling approaches: Some considerations for archaeologists. Chapter 21 In Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 1994 (J. Huggett and N. Ryan, eds.), BAR (British Archaeological Reports) International Series 600, Tempvs Reparatvm, Archaeological and Historical Associates Limited, Oxford, England, 127-132. CCR #677

Bryson, R.A. (1994). The discovery of the jet stream. Wisconsin Academy Review. Summer 1994, 15-17. CCR #657

Bryson, R.A. (1994). On integrating climatic change and culture change studies. Human Ecology 22(1), 115-128. CCR #658

Foley, J.A. (1994). Net primary productivity in the terrestrial biosphere: The application of a global model. J. Geophysical Research 99 (D10), 20,773-20,783. CCR #659

Foley, J.A., J.E. Kutzbach, M.T. Coe, and S. Levis (1994). Feedbacks between climate and boreal forests during the Holocene epoch. Nature 371(6492), 52-54. CCR #661. Copyright held by Nature Publishing Group. The original publication can be found at: http://www.nature.com/nature/index.html

Kutzbach, J.E. (1994). Idealized Pangean climates: Sensitivity to orbital change. In Pangea: Paleoclimate, Tectonics, and Sedimentation during Accretion, Zenith, and Breakup of a Supercontinent (G.D. Klein, ed.), Special Paper 288, Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO, 41-55. CCR #662

Kutzbach, J.E. and P.J. Behling (1994). Comparison of paleoclimate simulations and observations. Newsletter: INQUA-Commission for the Study of the Holocene, Working Group on Data-Handling Methods Newsletter, July 94. Louis J. Maher, Jr. (ed). CCR #663

Leavitt, P.R., P.R. Sanford, S. Carpenter, and J.F. Kitchell (1994). An annual fossil record of production, planktivory and piscivory during whole-lake manipulations. J. Paleolimnology 11(2). CCR #664


1993

Huang, B. and Z. Liu (2001b). Temperature trends in the upper tropical Indian Ocean: 1955 - 1993. Dynamics of Atmospheric and Oceanic Circulation and Climate. China Meteorological Press, pp. 413-433. CCR #759

Bryson, R.A. and E.J. Hopkins (1993). A note on the performance of climatic forecasts for Asia based on the periodic portion of the data: 1986-1987. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci - Earth and Planetary Sciences 102(1), March 1993, 105-112. CCR #640

Campbell, W.H. and R.A. Bryson (1993). The Susceptibility Factor in the Atmospheric Response to Periodic Forcing, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. - Earth and Planetary Sciences 102(1) Feb, 1993, 157-174. CCR #641

Imbrie, J., A. Berger, E.A. Boyle, S.C. Clemens, A. Duffy, W.R. Howard,G. Kukla, J. Kutzbach, D.G. Martinson, A. McIntyre, A.C. Mix, B. Molfino, J.J. Morley, L.C. Peterson, N.G. Pisias, W.L. Prell, M.E. Raymo, N.J. Shackleton, and J.R. Toggweiler (1993). On the structure and origin of major glaciation cycles 2. the 100,000-year cycle. Paleoceanography 8(6), 699-735. CCR #642

Kutzbach, J.E., P.J. Bartlein, I.C. Prentice, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott, T. Webb III, and H.E. Wright, Jr. (1993). Epilogue. Chapter 20 In Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum (H.E. Wright, Jr, J.E. Kutzbach, T. Webb III, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott, and P.J. Bartlein, eds.), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 536-542. CCR #643

Kutzbach, J.E., P.J. Guetter, P.J. Behling, R. Selin (1993). Simulated climatic changes: results of the COHMAP climate-model experiments. Chapter 4 In Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum (H.E. Wright, Jr, J.E.Kutzbach, T. Webb III, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott, and P.J. Bartlein, eds.), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 24-93. CCR #644

Kutzbach, J.E., W. Prell, and W.F. Ruddiman (1993). Sensitivity of Eurasian climate to surface uplift of the Tibetan Plateau. J. of Geology 101, 177-190. CCR #645

Kutzbach, J.E. and W.F. Ruddiman (1993). Model description, external forcing and surface boundary conditions. Chapter 3 In Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum (H.E. Wright, Jr, J.E. Kutzbach, T. Webb III, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott, and P.J. Bartlein, eds.), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 12-23. CCR #646

Kutzbach, J.E. and T. Webb III (1993). Conceptual basis for understanding Late-Quaternary climates. Chapter 2 In Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum (H.E. Wright, Jr, J.E. Kutzbach, T. Webb III, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott, and P.J. Bartlein, eds.), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 5-11. CCR #647

Kutzbach, J.E. and Ziegler, A.M. (1993). Simulation of late Permian climate and biomes with an atmosphere-ocean model: comparisons with observations. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, 341, 327-340. CCR #648

Leavitt, P.R., P.R. Sanford, S.R. Carpenter, J.F. Kitchell, and D. Benkowski (1993). Annual fossil records of food-web manipulation. In The Trophic Cascade in Lakes (S.R. Carpenter and J.F. Kitchell, eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 278-309. CCR #649

Peterson, G.M. (1993). Vegetation and Climatic History of the Western Former Soviet Union. Chapter 8 In Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum (H.E. Wright, Jr, J.E. Kutzbach, T. Webb III, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott, and P.J. Bartlein, eds.), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 169-193. CCR #650

Rasmusson, E.M., R.E. Dickinson, J.E. Kutzbach, and M.K. Cleaveland (1993). Climatology. Chapter 2 In Handboook of Hydrology, (D.R. Maidment, ed.), McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., pp. 2.1-2.44. CCR #651

Sanford, P.R. (1993). Bosmina longisrostris antennule morphology as an indicator of intensity of planktivory by fishes. Bulletin of Marine Science 53(1), 216-227. CCR #652

Webb, T. III, J.E. Kutzbach, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott, V. Markgraf, P.J. Bartlein, H.E. Wright Jr., and W.L. Prell (1993). Climatic changes during the past 18,000 years: Regional syntheses, mechanisms and causes. Chapter 19 In Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum (H.E.Wright, Jr, J.E. Kutzbach, T. Webb III, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrottand P.J. Bartlein, eds.), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 514-5 35. CCR #653

Winkler, M.G. (1993). Changes at Walden Pond during the last 600 years: Microfossil analyses of Walden Pond sediments. In Thoreau's World and Ours: A Natural Legacy (E.A. Schofield and R. C. Baron, eds.), North American Press, Golden, CO, pp. 199-211. CCR #654

Winkler, M.G. and P.K. Wang (1993). The Late-Quaternary vegetation and climate of China. Chapter 10 In Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum (H.E. Wright, Jr, J.E. Kutzbach, T. Webb III, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott and P.J. Bartlein, eds.), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, pp. 221-264. CCR #655

Wright, H.E., Jr, J.E. Kutzbach, T. Webb III, W.F. Ruddiman, F.A. Street-Perrott, and P.J. Bartlein, eds.(1993). Global Climates since the Last Glacial Maximum), University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, 569 pp. CCR #656


1992

Ramankutty, N. and J.A. Foley (1999a). Estimating historical changes in global land cover: Croplands from 1700 to 1992. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Vol. 13, No. 4, 997-1027. CCR #733

Ramankutty, N. and J.A. Foley (1999b). Estimating historical changes in land cover: North American croplands from 1850 to 1992. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 8, 381-396. CCR #734

Bryson, R.A. (1992). A macrophysical model of the Holocene intertropical convergence and jetstream positions and rainfall for the Saharan region. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 47, 247-258. CCR #627

Imbrie, J., E.A. Boyle, S.C. Clemens, A. Duffy, W.R. Howard, G. Kukla, J. Kutzbach, D.G. Martinson, A. McIntyre, A.C. Mix, B. Molfino, J.J. Morley, L.C. Peterson, N.G. Pisias, W.L. Prell, M.E. Raymo, N.J. Shackleton, and J.R. Toggweiler (1992). On the structure and origin of major glaciation cycles. 1. Linear responses to Milankovitch forcing. Paleoceanography 7(6), 701-738. CCR #628

Kitchell, J.F. and P.R. Sanford (1992). Paleolimnological evidence of food web dynamics in Lake Mendota. In Food Web Management-A Case Study of Lake Mendota,2 (J.F. Kitchell, ed.), Springer-Verlag, NY, pp. 31-47. CCR #629

Kutzbach, J.E. (1992). Modeling earth system changes of the past. In Modeling the Earth System (D. Ojima, Ed.), Papers arising from the 1990 OIES Global Change Institute, Snowmass, Colorado, 16-27 July 1990, UCAR, Global Change Institute, Volume 3, Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Studies, Boulder, CO, pp. 377-404. CCR #630

Kutzbach, J.E. (1992). Modeling large climatic changes of the past. Chapter 21, p. 669-688, In Climate System Modeling (K. Trenberth, ed.), Cambridge University Press, 557 pp. CCR #631

Prell, W.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1992). Sensitivity of the Indian monsoon to forcing parameters and implications for its evolution. Nature 360, 647-652. CCR #632. Copyright held by Nature Publishing Group. The original publication can be found at: http://www.nature.com/nature/index.html

Prior, C.A. and L.F. Phelps (1992). University of Wisconsin Radiocarbon Dates XXVII. Radiocarbon 34(1), 141-154. CCR #633

Winkler, M.G. (1992b). Since the retreat of the ice sheet: A Wisconsin Wetland. In Geographical Snapshots of North America (D.G. Janelle, ed.) Commemorating the 27th Congress of the International Geographical Union and Assembly, Washington, D.C., August 9-14, 1992, Guilford Publications, Inc., New York. CCR #635


1991

Harrison, S.P., J.E. Kutzbach, and P.J. Behling (1991). General circulation models, palaeoclimatic data and last interglacial climates. Quaternary International 10-12, 231-242. CCR #614: PDF

Kutzbach, J.E. and T. Webb III. (1991). Late Quaternary Climatic and Vegetational Change in Eastern North America: Concepts, Models, and Data. Chapter 6 In Quaternary Landscapes (L.C.K. Shane and E.J. Cushing, eds.), University of Minnesota Press, pp. 175-218. CCR #615

Kutzbach, J.E., R.G. Gallimore, and P.J. Guetter (1991). Sensitivity experiments on the effect of orbitally-caused insolation changes on the interglacial climate of high northern latitudes. Quaternary International 10-12, 223-229. CCR #616

MacCracken, M.C. and J.E. Kutzbach (1991). Comparing and contrasting Holocene and Eemian warm periods with greenhouse-gas-induced warmings. In Greenhouse-Gas-Induced Climate Change: A Critical Appraisal of Simulations and Observations, (M.E. Schlesinger, ed.), Elsevier Science Pubs., B.V., Amsterdam, pp. 17-33. CCR #617

Nash, E.R. and R.A. Bryson (1991). A critical comparison of two theories of the Chandler Pole Tide in the atmosphere, In New Approaches in Geomagnetism and the Earth's Rotation, (S. Flodmark, ed.), World-Scientific Publishing Co., Inc., New Jersey, 220 pp. CCR #618

Paillet, F., M. Winkler and P. Sanford (1991). Relationship between pollen frequency in moss polsters and forest composition in a naturalized stand of American chestnut: Implications for paleoenvironmental interpretation. Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 118(4), 432-443. CCR #619

Prell, W.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1991). Sensitivity of the Indian monsoon to changes in tectonic, orbital and glacial boundary conditions: model-data comparisons. AGU Mtg, Dec. 1991. CCR #620

Ruddiman, W.F. and J.E. Kutzbach (1991). Plateau uplift and climatic change. Scientific American 264(3), 66-75. CCR #621

Smiley, T.L., R.A. Bryson, J.E. King, G.J. Kukla, and G.I. Smith (1991). Quaternary paleoclimates. Chapter 2 In Quaternary nonglacial geology; Conterminous U.S. (R.B. Morrison, ed.), The Geology of North America, v. K-2, Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado. CCR #622

Winkler, M.G. and P.R. Sanford (1991). The development of ponds on Outer Cape Cod Massachusetts: Implications for Management of the Freshwater Resources of the Cape Cod National Seashore, pp. 131-138. In Proceedings of the 2nd National Park Service Conference on Science and Natural Resource Management in the North Atlantic Region. Newport, RI, 19-20 Nov. 1991. CCR #623

Working Group 3 (J. Kutzbach, member) (1991). Major perturbations of the hydrosphere-atmosphere-biosphere system. In Global Changes of the Past (R.S. Bradley, ed.), Papers arising from the 1989 OIES Global Change Institute, Snowmass, Colorado 24 July-4 August 1989, UCAR/Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Studies, Boulder, CO, pp. 43-59. CCR #624


1990

Kutzbach, J.E. (1992). Modeling earth system changes of the past. In Modeling the Earth System (D. Ojima, Ed.), Papers arising from the 1990 OIES Global Change Institute, Snowmass, Colorado, 16-27 July 1990, UCAR, Global Change Institute, Volume 3, Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Studies, Boulder, CO, pp. 377-404. CCR #630

Alexander, M.A. (1990). Simulation of the response of the North Pacific ocean to the anomalous atmospheric circulation associated with El Niño. Climate Dynamics 5,53-65. CCR #600

Alexander, M.A. and S.D. Schubert (1990). Regional earth-atmosphere energy balance estimates based on assimilations with a GCM. J. of Climate 3(1), 15-31. CCR #601: PDF. © Copyright January 1990 AMS.

Brigham-Grette, J. and CELIA Board Members (J. Kutzbach member) (1990).Project CELIA: Climate and Environment of the Last Interglacial (Isotope Stage 5) in Arctic and Subarctic North America. Proc. of the InternationalConference on the Role of the Polar Regions in Global Change Vol. II, June11-15, 1990 at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, (G. Weller, C.L. Wilson, and B.A.B. Severin, eds.), Geophysical Institute and Center for Global Change and Arctic System Research, Univ. of Alaska, Fairbanks. CCR #602

Gallimore, R.G. and D.D. Houghton (1990). Simulation of Ocean Temperature and Heat Storage from a GCM Coupled to a Variable Depth Upper Ocean. J.of Phys. Oceanography 20, 1312-1332. CCR #603

Guetter, P.J. and J.E. Kutzbach (1990). A modified Köppen classification applied to model simulations of glacial and interglacialclimates. Climatic Change 16, 193-215. CCR #604

Kutzbach, J.E. (1990). A Tribute to Murray (An Editorial). Climatic Change 15, v-vi. CCR #605

Kutzbach, J.E., P.J. Guetter and W.M. Washington (1990). Simulated circulation of an idealized ocean for Pangaean time. Paleoceanography 5(3), 299-317. CCR #606: PDF

Kutzbach, J.E., A. McIntyre, and B. Molfino (1990). Ocean model realizations and paleooceanographic data define tropical Atlantic Ocean response to orbitally forced changes in zonal and meridional winds. AGU Fall Mtg, EOS , Transactions, American Geophysical Union 71(43), 1367. CCR #607

LaFontaine, C.V., R.A. Bryson, and W.M. Wendland (1990). Airstream Regions of North Africa and the Mediterranean. J. of Climate 3(3), 366-372. CCR #608

Martinson, D.G. and J.E. Kutzbach (1990). Response of the Southern Ocean to Milankovitch forcing and GCM predicted glacial conditions. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 71(43), 1368. CCR #609

Ruddiman, W.F. and J.E. Kutzbach (1990). Late Cenozoic plateau uplift and climate change. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 81(4), 301-314. CCR #610

Steventon, R.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1990). University of Wisconsin Radiocarbon Dates XXVI, Radiocarbon 32,(2). CCR #611


1989

Working Group 3 (J. Kutzbach, member) (1991). Major perturbations of the hydrosphere-atmosphere-biosphere system. In Global Changes of the Past (R.S. Bradley, ed.), Papers arising from the 1989 OIES Global Change Institute, Snowmass, Colorado 24 July-4 August 1989, UCAR/Office for Interdisciplinary Earth Studies, Boulder, CO, pp. 43-59. CCR #624

Behling, P.J. (1989). Scientific Visualization of Climatic Change. Proc., Fifth Int'l. Conf. on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology, Jan 30-Feb. 3, 1989, Anaheim, CA, American Meteorological Society, pp. 402-403. CCR #588

Gallimore, R.G. and J.E. Kutzbach (1989). Effects of soil moisture on the sensitivity of a climate model to earth orbital forcing at 9000 yr BP. Climatic Change 14, 175-205. CCR #594

Kutzbach, J.E. and R.G. Gallimore (1989). Pangaean Climates: Megamonsoons of the Megacontinent. J. Geophys. Res. 94, 3341-3358. CCR #597

Kutzbach, J.E., P.J. Guetter, W.F. Ruddiman, and W.L. Prell (1989). Sensitivity of climate to Late Cenozoic uplift in Southern Asia and the American West: numerical experiments. J. Geophys. Res. 94(D15), 18, 393-18,407. CCR #598

Ruddiman, W.F. and J.E. Kutzbach (1989). Forcing of late Cenozoic northern hemisphere climate by plateau uplift in Southern Asia and the American West. J. Geophys. Res. 94(D15), 18,409-18,427. CCR #599


1988

Bryson, R.A. (1989a). Review of The Weather of the 1780s over Europe, by John Kington. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1988. Bull., Am. Met. Soc. 70(1), 64. CCR #589

Aceituno, P. and P.J. Behling (1988). Using microcomputer animation techniques for analysis and display of climatic data. Proc. 4th Int'l Conf. on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology, Feb 1-5, 1988, Anaheim, CA., pp. 44-45. CCR #571

Behling, P.J. (1988). Climatic evolution: An animated approach. Proc. 4th Int'l Conf. on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology, Feb 1-5, 1988, Anaheim, CA., pp. 41-43. CCR #572

Bryson, R.A. (1988a). The continental maritime climatic interface. Program and abstracts of the tenth biennial meeting, AMQUA, 8-8 June 1988,University of Massachusetts, Amherst, p. 13. CCR #573

Bryson, R.A. (1988d). Cycles in Late Pleistocene Glaciation and Climate, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Programs 20,(2), Jan. 1988. CCR #576

Bryson, R.A. and V. LaFontaine (1988). Periodicities in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene and their Stability. Paper presented at South Central GSA meeting, Lawrence, Kansas, 15 March 1988, COGS Computer Contributions 4(1), June, 1988. CCR #577

COHMAP Members (1988). Climatic changes of the last 18,000 years: Observations and Model Simulations. Science 241, 1043-1052. CCR #578

Gajewski, K. (1988). Late Holocene climate changes in eastern North America estimated from pollen data. Quat. Res. 29, 255-262. CCR #579

Kutzbach, J.E. (1988). The nature, strengths, and weaknesses of climate models for paleoclimate simulations. In Status of PaleoclimaticResearch: An Excerpt from the April 1987 NSF Climate Dynamics Workshop on Data-Model Interactions, by David K. Rea. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 69(4), 390-395. CCR #580

Kutzbach, J.E. and R.G. Gallimore (1988). Sensitivity of a coupled atmosphere/mixed-layer ocean model to changes in orbital forcing at 9000 yr BP. J. Geophys. Res. 93, 803-821. CCR #581

O'Connor, W.P. and D.H. Bromwich (1988). Surface airflow around windless Bight, Ross Island, Antarctica. Quart. J. Royal Met. Soc. 114,917-938. CCR #582

Steventon, R.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1988). University of Wisconsin Radiocarbon Dates XXV. Radiocarbon 30(3), 367-383. CCR #583

Weickmann, K.M. and R.M. Chervin (1988). The observed and simulated atmospheric seasonal cycle. Part I: Global wind field modes. J. of Climate1(3), 265-289. CCR #584: PDF © Copyright March 1988 AMS


1987

Bryson, R.A. and E.J. Hopkins (1993). A note on the performance of climatic forecasts for Asia based on the periodic portion of the data: 1986-1987. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci - Earth and Planetary Sciences 102(1), March 1993, 105-112. CCR #640

Bryson, R.A. (1989e). Environmental Opportunities and Limits for Development. Environmental Conservation 16(4), Winter, 299-305. (Based on Leopold Centennial Lecture and also appeared In Environment and Development: Building Sustainable Societies, Lectures from the 1987 Summer Forum at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, John E. Ross, Coordinator, Institute for Environmental Studies Report 135, pp. 45-58. CCR #593

Bryson, R.A. (1988b). Civilization and rapid climatic change. Based on Keynote Address delivered to Conf. on Civilization and Rapid Climatic Change, Calgary, Alberta, Aug. 1987., Environmental Conservation 15(1),7-15. CCR #574

Kutzbach, J.E. (1988). The nature, strengths, and weaknesses of climate models for paleoclimate simulations. In Status of PaleoclimaticResearch: An Excerpt from the April 1987 NSF Climate Dynamics Workshop on Data-Model Interactions, by David K. Rea. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 69(4), 390-395. CCR #580

Bryson, R.A. (1987). On Climates of the Holocene. In Man and the Mid-Holocene Climatic Optimum, (McKinnon, Niel A. and Glenn S.L. Stuart, eds.). Proc. of the 17th Annual Chacmool Conf., Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Univ. of Calgary Archaeological Assoc., Alberta, Canada, Nov. 10-12, 1984 (Keynote address), pp. 1-12. CCR #557

Gajewski, K. (1987). Climatic impacts on the vegetation of eastern North America during the past 2000 years, Vegetatio 68, 179-190. CCR #558

Gajewski, K., A.M. Swain, and G.M. Peterson (1987). Late Holocene pollen stratigraphy in four northeastern United States lakes. Geographic physique et Quaternaire 41(3), 377-386. CCR #559

Gallimore, R.G. and D.D. Houghton (1987). Approximation of ocean heat storage by ocean-atmosphere energy exchange: Implications for seasonal cycle mixed layer ocean formulations. J. Phys. Oceanography 17(8), 1214-1231. CCR #560

Knutson, T.R. and K.M. Weickmann (1987). 30-60 day atmospheric oscillations: Composite life cycles of convection and circulation anomalies. Mon. Wea. Rev. 115(7), 1407-1436. CCR #561: PDF © Copyright July 1987 AMS

Pauley, P.M. and A.W. Meys (1987). Computer-assisted meteorological education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Proc., 3rd Intern. Conf.on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology. New Orleans, LA, Jan. 12-16, 1987, pp. 127-130. CCR #564

Prell, W.L., and J.E. Kutzbach (1987). Monsoon variability over the past 150,000 Years. J. Geophys. Res. 92(D7), 8411-8425. CCR #565

Steventon, R.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1987). University of Wisconsin Radiocarbon Dates XXIV. Radiocarbon 29(3), 397-415. CCR #566

Webb III, T., P.J. Bartlein, and J.E. Kutzbach (1987). Climatic change in eastern North America during the past 18,000 years: Comparisons of pollen data with model results. In North America and Adjacent OceansDuring the Last Deglaciation, (Ruddiman, W.F. and Wright, H.E., Jr., eds). The Geology of North America Vol. K-3, Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO, Chapter 20, pp. 447-462. CCR #567

Webb III, T., F.A. Street-Perrott, and John E. Kutzbach (1987). Late-Quaternary paleoclimatic data and climate models. Episodes 1(1), 4-6,March 1987, Special Issue, 12th INQUA Congress. CCR #568

Weickmann, K.M. (1987). The 30-60 day tropical wave and east-west pulsations in the East Asian jet. Proc. of the Eleventh Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, Illinois State Water Survey, Univ. of Illinois, Champaign, Oct. 14-17, 1986, pp. 248-262. CCR #569

Winkler, M.G. (1987). Sensing upland plant community changes from d13C analyses of charcoal in lake sediment. Proc. XII International Congress, INQUA, Ottawa, Canada, 31 July-9 Aug 1987, p. 290. CCR #570


1986

Bryson, R.A. and E.J. Hopkins (1993). A note on the performance of climatic forecasts for Asia based on the periodic portion of the data: 1986-1987. Proc. Indian Acad. Sci - Earth and Planetary Sciences 102(1), March 1993, 105-112. CCR #640

Winkler, M.G. (1990b). Two Estuaries in the Cape Cod National Seashore: Diatom Documentation of Environmental Change. In Fisheries and Coastal Wetlands Research (G. Larson & M.Soukup, eds), Proceedings of the Conference on Science in the National Parks, 1986, pp. 171-184. CCR #613

Weickmann, K.M. (1987). The 30-60 day tropical wave and east-west pulsations in the East Asian jet. Proc. of the Eleventh Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, Illinois State Water Survey, Univ. of Illinois, Champaign, Oct. 14-17, 1986, pp. 248-262. CCR #569

Bryson, R.A. (1986). Airstream climatology of Asia. In Proceedings of International Symposium on the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau and Mountain Meteorology, March 20-24, 1984, Beijing, China, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass. CCR #544

Bryson, R.A. and B.M. Goodman (1986). Milankovitch and global ice volume simulation. Theor. and Appl. Clim. 37, 22-28. CCR #545: PDF. Original Publication. This original publication is available at www.springerlink.com by searching for the DOI (DOI: 10.1007/BF00866101).

Bryson, R.A. and V. Mitchell (1986). Fundamental large-scale structure of mean precipitation in the Montane United States: Technique. In Proceedings of International Symposium on the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau and Mountain Meteorology, March 20-24, 1984, Beijing, China, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass. CCR #546

Gallimore, R.G. and D.R. Johnson (1986). A case study of GWE satellite data impact on GLA assimilation analyses of two ocean cyclones. Mon. Wea. Rev. 114(11), 2016-2032. CCR #547

Gallimore, R.G., B.L. Otto-Bliesner, and J.E. Kutzbach (1986). The effects of improved parameterizations for orography, snowcover, surface fluxes and condensational processes on the climate of a low resolution GCM. J. Atmos. Sci. 43(18), 1961-1983. CCR #548: PDF © Copyright 15 September 1986 AMS

Goodman, B.M., E.R. Nash, and R.A. Bryson, (1986). Experimental Long-Range Forecasts of Monthly Temperature and Precipitation for U.S. Climatic Divisions, Proc. of the First WMO Workshop on the Diagnosis and Prediction of Monthlyand Seasonal Atmospheric Variations over the Globe \Combined with NOAA's Tenth Annual Climate Diagnosics Workshop| (College Park, MD, 29 July - 2 Aug 1985), In Long-Range Forecasting Res. Report Series, 6(2), 760-768, WMO/TD-No. 87, Jan. 1986. CCR #549

Heit, M., J.L. Tan, K.M. Miller, J. Quanci, C. Marinetti, S. Silvestri,and A.M. Swain and M.G. Winkler (1986). The Sediment Chronology and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Concentrations and Fluxes in Cayuga Lake, NY. In Report by Dept. of Energy, Environmental Measurements Laboratory, EML-451, Feb. 1986, 53 pp. CCR #550

Knutson, T.R., Weickmann, K.M. and J.E. Kutzbach (1986). Global scale intraseasonal oscillations of outgoing longwave radiation and 250mb zonal wind during northern hemisphere summer. Mon. Wea. Rev. 114(3), 605-623. CCR #551: PDF. © Copyright March 1986 AMS.

Kutzbach, J.E. and P.J. Guetter (1986). The influence of changing orbital parameters and surface boundary conditions on climate simulations for the past 18,000 years. J. Atmos. Sci. 43(16), 1726-1759. CCR #552: PDF © Copyright 15 August 1986 AMS

O'Connor, W.P. (1986). On the application of asymptotic analysis to the dynamical theory of the Pole Tide, Geophys. J. of Royal Astronomical Soc. 85, 1-11. CCR #553

Steventon, R.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1986). Univ. of Wisconsin Radiocarbon Dates XXIII, Radiocarbon 28(3), 1206-1223. CCR #554

Weickmann, K.M. (1986). Intraseasonal (30-60 day) life cycles, real- time monitoring and the 1984-85 northern winter. Proc. First WMO Workshop on the Diagnosis and Prediction of Monthly and Seasonal Atmospheric Variations over the Globe \Combined with NOAA's Tenth Annual Climate Diagnosics Workshop| (College Park, MD, 29 July - 2 Aug 1985), In Long-Range Forecasting Research Report Series, 6(1), 329, WMO/TD-No. 87, Jan. 1986. CCR #555

Winkler, M., A.M. Swain, and J.E. Kutzbach (1986). Middle Holocene dry period in the Northern Midwestern United States: Lake levels and pollen stratigraphy. Quat. Res. 25(2), 235-250. CCR #556: PDF

Bryson, R.A. and T.B. Starr (1977). Chandler tides in the atmosphere. J. Atmos. Sci. 34(12), 1975-1986. CCR #367


1985

Goodman, B.M., E.R. Nash, and R.A. Bryson, (1986). Experimental Long-Range Forecasts of Monthly Temperature and Precipitation for U.S. Climatic Divisions, Proc. of the First WMO Workshop on the Diagnosis and Prediction of Monthlyand Seasonal Atmospheric Variations over the Globe \Combined with NOAA's Tenth Annual Climate Diagnosics Workshop| (College Park, MD, 29 July - 2 Aug 1985), In Long-Range Forecasting Res. Report Series, 6(2), 760-768, WMO/TD-No. 87, Jan. 1986. CCR #549

Weickmann, K.M. (1986). Intraseasonal (30-60 day) life cycles, real- time monitoring and the 1984-85 northern winter. Proc. First WMO Workshop on the Diagnosis and Prediction of Monthly and Seasonal Atmospheric Variations over the Globe \Combined with NOAA's Tenth Annual Climate Diagnosics Workshop| (College Park, MD, 29 July - 2 Aug 1985), In Long-Range Forecasting Research Report Series, 6(1), 329, WMO/TD-No. 87, Jan. 1986. CCR #555

Bryson, R.A. (1985b). Will the Ice Age Return?, In Kagaku Asahi, March 1985, pp. 30-31. CCR #526

Gajewski, K.J., ed. (1985). Late-Holocene Pollen Data from Lakes with Varved Sediments in Northeastern and Northcentral United States. IES Report #124, March 1985. CCR #529

Gajewski, K.J., M.G. Winkler, and A.M. Swain (1985). Vegetation and fire history from three lakes with varved sediments in northwesternWisconsin (USA). Rev. of Palaeobotany and Palynology 44, 277-292. CCR #530

Hastenrath, S. and J.E. Kutzbach (1985). Late Pleistocene climate and water budget of the South American Altiplano. Quat. Res. 24(3), 249-256. CCR #531

Kutzbach, J.E. (1985). Modeling of Paleoclimates. Advances in Geophys.,Vol. 28A, (S. Manabe, ed.), Academic Press, pp. 159-196. CCR #532

Kutzbach, J.E. and F.A. Street-Perrott (1985). Milankovitch forcing of fluctuations in the level of tropical lakes from 18 to 0 kyr BP. Nature 317, 130-134. CCR #533. Copyright held by Nature Publishing Group. The original publication can be found at: http://www.nature.com/nature/index.html

Kutzbach, J.E. and H.E. Wright, Jr. (1985). Simulation of the climate of 18,000 yr BP: Results for the North American/North Atlantic/European sector and comparison with the geologic record. Quat. Sci. Rev. 4,147-187. CCR #534: PDF

Michaels, P.J. (1985). Economic and climatic factors in 'acreage abandonment' over marginal cropland. Climatic Change 7, 185-202. CCR #535

Steventon, R.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1985). Univ. of Wisconsin Radiocarbon Dates XXII, Radiocarbon 27 (2B), 455-469. CCR #536

Webb, T. III, J. Kutzbach, and F.A. Street-Perrott (1985). 20,000 years of global climatic change: Paleoclimatic research plan. In Global change: The Proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) during its 20th General Assembly in Ottawa, Canada on Sept. 25, 1984, (T.F. Malone and J.G. Roederer, eds.), ICSU Press, Cambridge Univ. Press. CCR #537

Weickmann, K.M. and J.E. Kutzbach (1985). Life cycle of a 28-72 day atmospheric oscillation during northern winter, Proc. of the 9th Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, OR, 22-26 October 1984, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, pp. 128-140. CCR #538

Weickmann, K.M., G.R. Lussky, and J.E. Kutzbach (1985). Intraseasonal (30-60 day) fluctuations of outgoing longwave radiation and 250 mb stream function during northern winter. Mon. Wea. Rev. 113(6), 941-961. CCR #539: PDF © Copyright June 1985 AMS

Winkler, M. and C. DeWitt (1985). Environmental impacts of peat mining in the United States: Documentation for wetland conservation. Environ. Conserv. 12(4), 317-330. CCR #543


1984

Bryson, R.A. (1987). On Climates of the Holocene. In Man and the Mid-Holocene Climatic Optimum, (McKinnon, Niel A. and Glenn S.L. Stuart, eds.). Proc. of the 17th Annual Chacmool Conf., Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Univ. of Calgary Archaeological Assoc., Alberta, Canada, Nov. 10-12, 1984 (Keynote address), pp. 1-12. CCR #557

Bryson, R.A. (1986). Airstream climatology of Asia. In Proceedings of International Symposium on the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau and Mountain Meteorology, March 20-24, 1984, Beijing, China, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass. CCR #544

Bryson, R.A. and V. Mitchell (1986). Fundamental large-scale structure of mean precipitation in the Montane United States: Technique. In Proceedings of International Symposium on the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau and Mountain Meteorology, March 20-24, 1984, Beijing, China, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass. CCR #546

Weickmann, K.M. (1986). Intraseasonal (30-60 day) life cycles, real- time monitoring and the 1984-85 northern winter. Proc. First WMO Workshop on the Diagnosis and Prediction of Monthly and Seasonal Atmospheric Variations over the Globe \Combined with NOAA's Tenth Annual Climate Diagnosics Workshop| (College Park, MD, 29 July - 2 Aug 1985), In Long-Range Forecasting Research Report Series, 6(1), 329, WMO/TD-No. 87, Jan. 1986. CCR #555

Webb, T. III, J. Kutzbach, and F.A. Street-Perrott (1985). 20,000 years of global climatic change: Paleoclimatic research plan. In Global change: The Proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) during its 20th General Assembly in Ottawa, Canada on Sept. 25, 1984, (T.F. Malone and J.G. Roederer, eds.), ICSU Press, Cambridge Univ. Press. CCR #537

Weickmann, K.M. and J.E. Kutzbach (1985). Life cycle of a 28-72 day atmospheric oscillation during northern winter, Proc. of the 9th Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, OR, 22-26 October 1984, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, pp. 128-140. CCR #538

Baerreis, D.A. and M.M. Bender (1984). The Outlet Site (47 DA 3): Some dating problems and a reevaluation of the presence of corn in the diet of Middle and Late Woodland peoples in Wisconsin. Midcontinental J. of Archaeo. 9(2), 143-154. CCR #518

Kutzbach, J.E. (1984). The seasonal nature of climatic forcing and responses on Quaternary time scales--with emphasis on the period since the last glacial maximum. AMQUA Abstract, 8th Biennial Meeting, AMQUA, University of Colorado, Boulder, Col., 13-15 August 1984. CCR #519

Kutzbach, J.E. and K.M. Weickmann (1984). The global distribution of the annual and semi-annual cycles of outgoing long-wave radiation and 250 mb u-component winds. In Studies in Climate, NCAR Tech. Note 227+STR, Feb. 1984, pp. 44-64. CCR #522

Steventon, R.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1984). Univ. of Wisconsin Radiocarbon Dates XXI, Radiocarbon 26(1), 135-147. CCR #523

Weickmann, K.M. (1984). Intraseasonal atmospheric fluctuations. In Studies in Climate, NCAR Tech. Note 227+STR, Feb. 1984, pp. 361-383. CCR #524


1983

Gallimore, R.G., B.L. Otto-Bliesner, and J.E. Kutzbach (1986). The effects of improved parameterizations for orography, snowcover, surface fluxes and condensational processes on the climate of a low resolution GCM. J. Atmos. Sci. 43(18), 1961-1983. CCR #548: PDF © Copyright 15 September 1986 AMS

Campbell, W.H., J.B. Blechman, and R.A. Bryson (1983). Long-period tidal forcing of Indian monsoon rainfall: An hypothesis. J. Climate and Appl. Meteor. 22(2), 287-296. CCR #499

Gallimore, R.G. (1983). A water vapor-energy balance model designed for sensitivity testing of climatic feedback processes. J. Atmos. Sci. 40(1), 39-52. CCR #500

Hastenrath, S. and J.E. Kutzbach (1983). Paleoclimatic estimates from water and energy budgets of East African lakes. Quat. Res. 19(2), 141-153. CCR #501: PDF

Michaels, P.J. (1983). Price, weather, and acreage abandonment in western Great Plains wheat culture. J. Climate and Appl. Met. 22(7), 1296-1303 . CCR #504

O'Connor, W.P. and T.B. Starr (1983). Approximate particular solutions for the pole tide in a global ocean. Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc. 75, 397-405. CCR #505

Peterson, G.M. (1983). Recent pollen spectra and zonal vegetation in the western USSR. Quat. Sci. Rev. 2(4), 281-321. CCR #506

Starr, T.B. (1983). On the dynamic atmospheric response to the Chandler wobble forcing. J. Atmos. Sci. 40(4), 929-940. CCR #507

Steventon, R.L. (1983). Radiocarbon Dating. Interface 2(2), March 1983, National Assoc. of Biology Teachers, pp. 3-5. CCR #508

Steventon, R.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1983). University of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XX. Radiocarbon 25(1), 152-168. CCR #509

Stoltman, J.B. and D.A. Baerreis (1983). The Evolution of Human Ecosystems in the Eastern United States, In Late Quaternary Environments of the United States, Vol. 2, The Holocene, (H.E. Wright, Jr., ed.), Univ.of Minnesota Press, pp. 252-268. CCR #510

Swain, A.M. and M.J. Winkler (1983a). Forest and disturbance history of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Park Science, National Park Service magazine, 3(4), 3-5, Summer 1983. CCR #511

Swain, A.M. and M.J. Winkler (1983b). Environmental history of, southern Wisconsin during the Holocene: changes in vegetation, climate and lake levels. Abstract, Bull. of Ecological Soc. of Am., ESA Program Issue, June, 1983, 64(2), 132-133. CCR #512

Swain, A.M., J.E. Kutzbach, and S. Hastenrath (1983). Estimates of Holocene precipitation for Rajasthan, India, based on pollen and lake-level data. Quat. Res. 19, 1-7. CCR #513

Virji, H. and V. Kousky (1983). Regional and Global Aspects of a low latitude frontal penetration in Amazonas and associated tropical activity. Proc. lst Conf. on Southern Hemisphjere Meteorology, July 31, 1983 to Aug.6, 1983, Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil. CCR #514

Winkler, M.J. (1983). A 12,000 year record of changing vegetaton, climate, and lake levels from Duck Pond, Outer Cape Cod, MA. Abstract, Bull. Ecological Soc. of Am., ESA Program Issue, June, 1983, 64(2), 133. CCR #517


1982

Bryson, R.A. (1983a). Performance of the Wisconsin long-range forecast system in real time. Proc. Seventh Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, NCAR, Boulder, CO., Oct. 18-22, 1982, pp. 469-471. CCR #495

Weickmann, K.M. (1983a). Global circulation and radiation modes during 1982 compared to previous seven years. Proc. Seventh Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, NCAR, Boulder, CO., Oct. 18-22, 1982, pp. 13-23. CCR #515

Ahlquist, J.E. (1982). Normal-mode global Rossby waves: Theory and observations. J. of Atmos. Sci. 39(2), 193-202. CCR #476

Bender, M.M. and A.J. Berge (1982). Carbon isotope records in Wisconsin trees. Tellus 34(5), 500-504. CCR #477

Bender, M.M., D.A. Baerreis, R.A. Bryson, and R.L. Steventon (1982).Univ. of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XIX. Radiocarbon 24(1), 83-100. CCR #478

Bryson, R.A. (1982b). Utkusiksalingmiut. Wisconsin Academy Review September, 1982, pp. 16-19. CCR #480

Bryson, R.A. and W.H. Campbell (1982b). The weak Indian monsoon of 1982. Notes, News & Comments, Envir. Conserv. 9(4), 353. CCR #483

Bryson, R.A. and B.M. Goodman (1982). The climatic effect of explosive volcanic activity: Analysis of the historical data. NASA Conf. Publ. 2240, Proc. Symp., Atmospheric Effects and Potential Climatic Impact of the 1980 Eruptions of Mount St. Helens, held at Washington, D.C., November 18-19, 1980. CCR #484

Kousky, V.E. and H. Virji (1982). A entrada de um sistema frontal em latitudes baixas e seus efitos na atividade convectiva tropical (A low latitude frontal penetration and its effects on tropical convective activity), Proc., 2nd Brazilian Congress of Meteorology, Pelotas, Rio Grande de Sul, 18-22 Oct. 1982. (In Portugese). CCR #485

Kutzbach, J.E. (1982). Book Review--Ice Ages: Solving the Mystery, (J. Imbrie and K.P. Imbrie, eds.), Enslow Publishers, Short Hills, N.J., 1979, 224 pp. Also Climatic Change 4(1), 100. CCR #486

Kutzbach, J.E. and P.J. Guetter (1982). The design of palaeo-environmental data networks for estimating large-scale patterns of climate. In Climate from Tree Rings, (M.K. Hughes, P.M. Kelly, J.R. Pilcher, and V.C. LaMarche, Jr., eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 67-77. (This is based on article published in Quat. Res. 14, 169-187, 1980). CCR #487

Kutzbach, J.E. and B.L. Otto-Bliesner (1982). The sensitivity of the African-Asian monsoonal climate to orbital parameter changes for 9000 yr B.P. in a low-resolution general circulation model. J. of Atmos. Sci. 39(6), 1177-1188. CCR #488: PDF © Copyright June 1982 AMS

Phillips, T.J. (1982). On the interaction of surface heating anomalies with zonally symmetric and asymmetric atmosphere flows. J. of Atmos. Sci. 39, 1953-1971. CCR #491

Simarski, L. (1982). Radioactive clock dates climate shift, and Pollen mudsicles chronicle climate change. Research, University- Industry Research Program, October, 1982, 16(3), 8-10. CCR #492

Virji, H. (1982). An estimate of the summertime tropospheric vorticity budget over South America. Mon. Wea. Rev. 110, (March), 217-224. CCR #493

Weickmann, K.M. (1982). The major circulation shift of February 1981 as revealed by real-time monitoring of windfield eigenvectors. Proc. Sixth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop (J.S. Winston, ed.), Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, Columbia University, Oct. 14-16, 1981, pp. 87-94. CCR #494


1981

Weickmann, K.M. (1982). The major circulation shift of February 1981 as revealed by real-time monitoring of windfield eigenvectors. Proc. Sixth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop (J.S. Winston, ed.), Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, Columbia University, Oct. 14-16, 1981, pp. 87-94. CCR #494

Ahlquist, J. (1981). Dominant empirical modes in the Indian summer monsoon flow patterns at 850mb. In condensed papers and meeting report of International Conference on Early Results of FGGE and Large-scale Aspects of Its Monsoon Experiments, (H.A. Young, ed.), Tallahassee, FL, 12-17 Jan.1981, pp. 48-53. CCR #451

Baerreis, D.A. (1981). Terrestrial gastropods from the Rainbow Site (13PM91), In Archaeological Investigations at the Rainbow Site, Plymouth County, Iowa, (D.W. Benn, ed.), a Report to the Interagency Archeological Services-Denver, contract No. C3571(78), 7 May 1981. CCR #452

Bender, M.M., D.A. Baerreis, and R.L. Steventon (1981). Further light on carbon isotopes and Hopewell agriculture. Am. Antiquity 46(2), 346-353.CCR #453

Bender, M.M., D.A. Baerreis, R.A. Bryson, and R.L. Steventon (1981). Univ. of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XVIII. Radiocarbon 23(1), 145-161. CCR #454

Blechman, J.B. (1981). Vortex generation in a numerical thunderstorm model. Mon. Wea. Rev. 109(5), 1061-1071. CCR #455

Blechman, J.B. and R.A. Bryson (1981). Long range precipitation forecasting with a new UW model. In Proc. of the Fifth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, (J.S. Winston, ed.), Univ. of Washington, Seattle, 22-24 Oct. 1980, pp. 384-391. CCR #456

Bryson, R.A. (1981a). World climate and world food systems XIII: Monsoon 1981. IES Report #114, Jan 1981, 25 pp. CCR #457

Bryson, R.A. (1981e). Modern prophecy and the academy. Presidential Address, April, 1981. Trans., Wis. Acad. of Sci., Arts, and Letters 69, 1-3. CCR #461

Bryson, R.A. and A.M. Swain (1981). Holocene variations of monsoon rainfall in Rajasthan. Quat. Res. 16(2), 135-145. CCR #462

Goodman, B.M. (1981). Modeling mean annual stratospheric aerosol loading in the Northern Hemisphere due to large volcanic activity. In Proc. of the Fifth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshops, (J.S. Winston, ed.), Univ. of Washington, Seattle, 22-24 Oct. 1980, pp. 167-175. CCR #465

Kratz, T.K., M.J. Winkler, C.B. DeWitt (1981). Hydrology and chronology of a peat mound in Dane County, Southern Wisconsin. Wis. Acad. of Sci., Arts and Letters 69, 37-45. CCR #466

Kutzbach, J.E. (1981). Monsoon climate of the early Holocene: Climate experiment with the Earth's orbital parameters for 9000 years ago. Science 214, 59-61. CCR #467

Michaels, P.J. (1981a). Comparison of the climatic sensitivity of 'Green Revolution' wheat culture to that in the United States Great Plains. Extended Abstracts: 15th Conf. on Agr. and Forest Meteor. and 5th Conf. on Biometeor., April 1-2, 1981, Anaheim, CA, Am. Met. Soc., Boston, MA, pp. 106-109. CCR #468

Swain, A.M. (1981). Fire history and vegetation dynamics in northeastern and northcentral United States during the past 2000 years based on pollen and charcoal analysis from lakes with annually laminated sediments. Abstract, 1981 Meeting of AIBS, Indiana Univ., Bloomington, Indiana. Bull. of the Ecological Soc. of Am. 62(2), 126. CCR #470

Virji, H. (1981b). Seasonal circulations over the Indian Ocean during FGGE from geostationary satellite data. In condensed papers and meeting report of International Conference on Early Results of FGGE and Large-scale Aspects of Its Monsoon Experiments, (J.A. Young, ed.), Tallahassee, FL, 12-17 Jan. 1981, pp. 48-53. CCR #472

Weickmann, K.M. and J.E. Kutzbach (1981). Low frequency circulation modes as revealed by eigenvector analysis of the 250mb and 850mb wind fields. Proc. Fifth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshops (J.S. Winston, ed.), Univ. of Washington, Seattle, 22-24 Oct. 1980, pp. 93-104. CCR #473

Wendland, W.M. and R.A. Bryson (1981). Northern hemisphere airstream regions. Mon. Wea. Rev. 109(2), 255-270. CCR #474

Winkler, M.G. (1981). Assessing the use of peat deposits as an energy source. National Wetlands Newsletter 3(1), 2-6. CCR #475

Bryson, R.A. and C. Padoch (1980). On the climates of history. J. of Interdisciplinary History 10(4), 583-597. Also In Climate and History, Studies in Interdisciplinary History, (R.I. Rotberg and T.K. Rabb, eds.), Princeton University Press, 1981, pp. 3-17. CCR #438


1980

Bryson, R.A. (1982c). Mount St. Helens eruption: Its atmospheric effects and potential climatic impact - a workshop report, (R.E. Newelland A. Deepak, eds.), 119 pp., Washington, D.C., 20-21 November 1980, NASA SP-458, Supt. of Documents, U.S. Gov. Printing Office, Washington, D.C.20402. CCR #481

Bryson, R.A. and B.M. Goodman (1982). The climatic effect of explosive volcanic activity: Analysis of the historical data. NASA Conf. Publ. 2240, Proc. Symp., Atmospheric Effects and Potential Climatic Impact of the 1980 Eruptions of Mount St. Helens, held at Washington, D.C., November 18-19, 1980. CCR #484

Kutzbach, J.E. and P.J. Guetter (1982). The design of palaeo-environmental data networks for estimating large-scale patterns of climate. In Climate from Tree Rings, (M.K. Hughes, P.M. Kelly, J.R. Pilcher, and V.C. LaMarche, Jr., eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 67-77. (This is based on article published in Quat. Res. 14, 169-187, 1980). CCR #487

Blechman, J.B. and R.A. Bryson (1981). Long range precipitation forecasting with a new UW model. In Proc. of the Fifth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, (J.S. Winston, ed.), Univ. of Washington, Seattle, 22-24 Oct. 1980, pp. 384-391. CCR #456

Goodman, B.M. (1981). Modeling mean annual stratospheric aerosol loading in the Northern Hemisphere due to large volcanic activity. In Proc. of the Fifth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshops, (J.S. Winston, ed.), Univ. of Washington, Seattle, 22-24 Oct. 1980, pp. 167-175. CCR #465

Weickmann, K.M. and J.E. Kutzbach (1981). Low frequency circulation modes as revealed by eigenvector analysis of the 250mb and 850mb wind fields. Proc. Fifth Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshops (J.S. Winston, ed.), Univ. of Washington, Seattle, 22-24 Oct. 1980, pp. 93-104. CCR #473

Bender, M.M., D.A. Baerreis, and R.A. Bryson (1980). Univ. of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XVII. Radiocarbon 22(1), 115-129. CCR #429

Bernabo, J.C. and A.M. Swain (1980). Reconstructed temperatures, precipitation, and snowfall patterns for Michigan and New York based on two 2000-year long pollen records. Abstracts, 5th International Palynological Conference, Cambridge, England, p. 39. CCR #430

Bryson, R.A. (1980c). An experimental deterministic climate model with predictive properties. Rivista di Meteorologia Aeronautica XL(2-3), 155-172. Also In Prospects for Man: Climate Change, (J.R. Miller, ed.), pp. 141-173, The Centre for Research on Environmental Quality, Faculty of Sci., York Univ., Toronto, 1980, 253 pp. CCR #433

Bryson, R.A. (1980d). World climate and world food systems XII: Climate variation, past and future. IES Report #113, Inst. Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Nov. 1980, 18 pp. CCR #434

Bryson, R.A. (1980e). CO2, aerosols, and modeling climate of the recent past. Proc. Carbon Dioxide and Climate Research Program Conference (L.E. Schmitt, ed.), Washington, DC, April 24-25, 1980, pp. 139-143 + Comments. CCR #435

Bryson, R.A. and G.J. Dittberner (1980). Reply. J. Atmos. Sci. 37(2), 472-473. Reply to: Comments on 'A Non-Equilibrium Mode of Hemisphere Mean Surface Temperature', by R.G. Watts, J. Atmos. Sci. 37(2), 471-472. CCR #436

Bryson, R.A. and B.M. Goodman (1980). Volcanic activity and climatic changes. Science 27, 1041-1044. CCR #437

Bryson, R.A. and C. Padoch (1980). On the climates of history. J. of Interdisciplinary History 10(4), 583-597. Also In Climate and History, Studies in Interdisciplinary History, (R.I. Rotberg and T.K. Rabb, eds.), Princeton University Press, 1981, pp. 3-17. CCR #438

Chervin, R.M., J.E. Kutzbach, D.D. Houghton and R.G. Gallimore (1980). Response of the NCAR general circulation model to prescribed changes in ocean surface temperature. Part II: Midlatitude and subtropical changes. J. Atmos. Sci. 37(2), 308-332. CCR #439: PDF © Copyright February 1980 AMS

Hirschboeck, K.K. (1980). A new worldwide chronology of volcanic eruptions (With a summary of historical ash-producing activity and some implications for climatic trends of the last one hundred years). Palaeo., Palaeo., Palaeo. 29(1979/1980), 223-241. CCR #440

Kutzbach, J.E. (1980). Estimates of past climate at Paleolake Chad, North Africa, based on a hydrological and energy-balance model. Quat. Res. 14(2), 210-223. CCR #441

Kutzbach, J.E. and P.J. Guetter (1980). On the design of paleoenvironmental data networks for estimating large-scale patterns of climate. Quat. Res. 14(2), 169-187. CCR #442

Kutzbach, J.E. and T. Webb, III (1980). The use of paleoclimatic data in understanding climatic change. Proc. Carbon Dioxide and Climate Research Program Conf. (L.E. Schmitt, ed.) Washington, DC, April 24-25, 1980, pp. 163-171. CCR #443

Nicholson, S.E. (1980). The nature of rainfall fluctuations in subtropical West Africa. Mon. Wea. Rev. 108(4), 473-487. CCR #444

O'Connor, W.P. (1980). Estimate of wind stressed sea level excitation of the earth's annual wobble. Geophys. J. R. Astr. Soc. 60, 187-207. CCR #445

Redmond, K. (1980). An emissivity parameterization suitable for climate modeling. Mon. Wea. Rev. 108(5), 663-675. CCR #446

Winkler, M.J. (1980). Proposed utilization of peat as an energy source in the U.S. Our Wetlands, Newsletter of the Wisconsin Wetlands Association III(9), 6-8. Guest article. CCR #449

Young, J.A., Hassan V., D.P. Wylie and C. Lo (1980). Summer monsoon windsets from geostationary satellite data, summer monex: 1 May - 31 July,1979. Space Sci. and Engr. Center and Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 127 pp (an atlas). CCR #450


1979

Bennington, V., G. A. McKinley, N. Kimura and C. Wu (2010). The general circulation of Lake Superior: Mean and interannual variability from 1979-2006. J. Geophys. Res. 115, C12015, doi:10.1029/2010JC006261, published. CCR #1027.

Kutzbach, J.E. (1982). Book Review--Ice Ages: Solving the Mystery, (J. Imbrie and K.P. Imbrie, eds.), Enslow Publishers, Short Hills, N.J., 1979, 224 pp. Also Climatic Change 4(1), 100. CCR #486

Hirschboeck, K.K. (1980). A new worldwide chronology of volcanic eruptions (With a summary of historical ash-producing activity and some implications for climatic trends of the last one hundred years). Palaeo., Palaeo., Palaeo. 29(1979/1980), 223-241. CCR #440

Young, J.A., Hassan V., D.P. Wylie and C. Lo (1980). Summer monsoon windsets from geostationary satellite data, summer monex: 1 May - 31 July,1979. Space Sci. and Engr. Center and Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 127 pp (an atlas). CCR #450

Barry, R.G., A.D. Hecht, J.E. Kutzbach, W.D. Sellers, T. Webb III, and P.B. Wright (1979). Climatic change. Rev. Geophy. and Space Phys. 17(7), 1803-1813. CCR #413

Bender, M.M. and A.J. Berge (1979). Influence of N and K fertilization and growth temperature on 13C/12C ratios of timothy (Phleum pratense L.). Oecologia 44, 117-118. CCR #414

Bender, M.M., D.A. Baerreis and R.A. Bryson (1979). Univ. of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XVI. Radiocarbon 21(1), 120-130. CCR #415

Brinkmann, W.A.R. (1979). Associations between temperature trends, Annals, Ass'n Am. Geogr. 69(2), 250-261. CCR #416

Hecht, A.D., R. Barry, H. Fritts, J. Imbrie, J. Kutzbach, J.M. Mitchell and S.M. Savin (1979). Paleoclimatic research: Status and opportunities. Quat. Res. 12(1), 6-17. CCR #417

Kay, P.A. (1979). Multivariate statistical estimates of Holocene vegetation and climate change, forest-tundra transition zone, NWT, Canada. Quat. Res. 11(1), 125-140. CCR #418

Michaels, P.J. (1979). A simple large-area crop/climate model for United States winter wheat. Proc. Fourteenth Conference on Agriculture & Forest Meteorology and Fourth Conference on Biometeorology, Apr. 2-6 1979, from Preprint Volume, AMS, Boston, MA, pp. 64-67. CCR #419

Muller, K., K. Buchwald, and K. Fraedrich (1979). Further studies on single station climatology: (i) the summer confluence of subtropic and polar front jet, (ii) the two northern cold poles. Atmos. Physics 52(4), 362-373. CCR #420

Peterson, G.M. (1979). Keeping up with Soviet Quaternary Science. Quat. Res. 12(1), 150-151. CCR #421

Peterson, G.M., T. Webb III, J.E. Kutzbach, T. van der Hammen, T.A. Wijmstra, and F.A. Street (1979). The continental record of environmental conditions at 18,000 yr B.P.: An initial evaluation. Quat. Res. 12(1), 47-82. CCR #422

Swain, A.M. (1979). Bottoms up. Wis. Nat. Resources 3(1), 18-19. CCR #423

Van Zant, K.L. (1979). Late glacial and postglacial pollen and plant macrofossils from Lake West Okoboji, northwestern Iowa, Quat. Res. 12, 358-380. CCR #424

Van Zant, K.L., T. Webb III, G.M. Peterson, and R.G. Baker (1979). Increased Cannabis/Humulus pollen, an indicator of European agriculture in Iowa. Palynology 3, 227-233. CCR #425

Yapp, C.J. (1979). Oxygen and carbon isotope measurements of land snail shell carbonate. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 43, 629-635. CCR #426


1978

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson and D.A. Baerreis (1978). Univ of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XV. Radiocarbon 20(1), 157-167. CCR #387

Bryson, R.A. and G.J. Dittberner (1978). A hemispheric mean surface temperature model applicable to monsoon studies. In Climatic Change and Food Production, (K. Takahashi and M.M. Yoshino, eds.), Univ. of Tokyo Press, Int'l Symp. Oct. 4-7, 1976, Tsukuba and Tokyo, pp. 359-378. CCR #391

Bryson, R.A. and T.B. Starr (1978). Indications of Chandler compensation in the atmosphere. In Climatic Change and Food Production, (K. Takahashi and M.M. Yoshino, eds.), University of Tokyo Press, pp. 257-278 - Int'l Symp. Oct. 4-8, 1976, Tsukuba and Tokyo. CCR #392

Costa, J.R. (1978). Paleoclimatology, oceanography, El Niño, and climate-related resources of the arid zones of Peru and northern Chile. In Exploring the World's Driest Climate, (H. Lettau and K. Lettau, Eds.), pp. 156-162, IES Report #101, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 264 pp. CCR #393

Dittberner, G.J. (1978). Climatic change: Volcanoes, man-made pollution, and carbon dioxide. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Electr. GE-16(1), 50-61. CCR #394

Dott, R.H., Jr. (1978). Mineralogical analysis of sand samples. In Exploring the World's Driest Climate, (H. Lettau and K. Lettau, eds.), pp. 104-109, IES Report #101, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 264 pp. CCR #395

Kay, P.A. (1978). Dendroecology in Canada's forest-tundra transition zone. Arctic and Alpine Res. 10(1), 133-138. CCR #398

Lettau, H.H. and H.R. Costa (1978). Characteristic winds and boundary layer meteorology of the arid zones in Peru and Chile. In Exploring the World's Driest Climate, (H. Lettau and K. Lettau, eds.), pp. 163-181, IES Report #101, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 264 pp. CCR #402

Lettau, K. and H.H. Lettau (1978). Experimental and micro- meteorological field studies of dune migration. In Exploring the World's Driest Climate, (H. Lettau and K. Lettau, eds.), pp. 110-147, IES Report #101, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 264 pp. CCR #405

Peterson, G.M. (1978). Pollen spectra from surface sediments of lakes and ponds in Kentucky, Illinois, and Missouri. Am. Midland Naturalist 100, 333-340. CCR #406

Starr, T.B. and R.A. Bryson (1978). Reply to Comments and Additional Investigations Concerning 'Chandler Tides in the Atmosphere', by C.R. Wilson, J. Atmos. Sci. 35(12), 2387-2389. CCR #407

Starr, T.B. and P.I. Kostrow (1978). The response of spring wheat yield to anomalous climate sequences in the United States. J. of Appl. Meteor. 17(8), 1101-1115. CCR #408

Starr, T.B., R.A. Bryson and J.E. Kutzbach (1978). Sea-air interaction at the pole-tide frequency: A preliminary report. Abstract of paper presented at the Third annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop, Miami, FL, 31 Oct. - 2 Nov. 1978, pp. 27-1 - 27-2. CCR #409

Stearns, C.R. (1978). Micrometeorological instrumentation and data analysis. In Exploring The World's Driest Climate, (H. Lettau and K. Lettau, eds.), pp. 30-53, IES Report #101, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 264 pp. CCR #410

Swain, A.M. (1978). Environmental changes during the past 2000 years in north-central Wisconsin: Analysis of pollen, charcoal, and seeds from varved lake sediments. Quat. Res. 10(1), 55-68. CCR #411

Wendland, W.M. (1978). Holocene man in North America: The ecological setting and climatic background. Plains Anthropologist, J. of the Plains Conference 23-82, pt. 1, 273-287. CCR #412

Kutzbach, J.E. (1976). The nature of climate and climatic variations. Quat. Res. 6, 471-480. Also in IEEE Trans. Geosci. Electr. GE-16(1), 23-29, Jan. 1978. CCR #355


1977

Bryson, R.A. (1981d). Ancient climes and faraway times. Wisconsin Academy Review 27(3), 3-8. June. (This also appeared in slightly different form in the DENISON ALUMNUS, Winter issue, 1977, pp. 18-23). CCR #460

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson and D.A. Baerreis (1977). Univ. of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XIV. Radiocarbon 19(1), 127-137. CCR #361

Bernabo, J. C. and T. Webb III (1977). Changing patterns in the Holocene pollen record of northeastern North America: A mapped summary. Quat. Res. 8(1), 64-96. CCR #362

Bryson, R.A. (1977). Ancient climes and faraway times. Denison Alumnus, Winter Issue, pp. 18-23. CCR #363

Bryson, R.A. and G.J. Dittberner (1977). Reply. J. Atmos. Sci. 34(11), 1821-1824. (Reply to: Comments on 'A Non-Equilibrium Model of Hemispheric Mean Surface Temperature', by S.F. Woronko, J. Atmos. Sci. 34(11), 1820-1821, 1977.) CCR #364

Bryson, R.A. and T.J. Murray (1977). Climates of Hunger, Univ. of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI, 171 pp. CCR #365

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Ross (1977). Climatic variation and implications for world food production. World Development 5(5), 507-518. CCR #366

Bryson, R.A. and T.B. Starr (1977). Chandler tides in the atmosphere. J. Atmos. Sci. 34(12), 1975-1986. CCR #367

Bryson, R.A., E.H. Wahl and T.B. Starr (1977). An experimental climate forecasting model and its performance. Proc. Climate Diagnostics Workshop,Scripps Institution of Oceanography, LaJolla, Calif., Oct. 1977. CCR #368

Kutzbach, J.E. (1977). Aspects of large-scale circulation variability: observational and model studies. Paper presented at symposium, The Structure of the Present Climate and Its Variability, Leningrad Hydrological Institute, USSR, 20-29 June 1977. CCR #371

Kutzbach, J.E., R.M. Chervin and D.D. Houghton (1977). Response of the NCAR general circulation model to prescribed changes in ocean surface temperature. J. Atmos. Sci. 34(8), 1200-1213. CCR #372

Michaels, P.J. (1977). World climate and world food systems XI: A predictive model for winter wheat yield in the United states Great Plains. IES Report #94, Inst. Env. Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dec 1977, 40 pp. CCR #373

Michaels, P.J. and V.R. Scherer (1977a). World climate and world food systems VII: A predictive model for wheat production in Sonora, Mexico. IES Report #73, Inst. Env. Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 1977, 17 pp. CCR #374

Sachs, H.M., T. Webb III and D.R. Clark (1977). Paleoecological transfer functions. Ann. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 5, 159-178. CCR #376

Scherer V.R. (1977a). World climate and world food systems IX: Models for wheat yield in India with inclusion of climatically induced, variability. IES Report #80, Inst. Env. Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 1977, 40 pp. CCR #377

Scherer, V.R. (1977b). World climate and world food systems X: Models for national (aggregated) wheat yield in the People's Republic of China. IES Report #93, Inst. Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Dec 1977, 27 pp. CCR #378

Sorenson, C.J. (1977). Reconstructed Holocene bioclimates. Annals AAG 67(2), 214-222. CCR #379

Starr, T.B. (1977). The role of climate in American agriculture, past, present and future. The Ecologist 7(7), 262-267. CCR #380

Swain, A.M. (1977). History of vegetation and climate in northern Wisconsin, U.S.A., during the past 2000 years. Abstract of paper presentedat X INQUA Congress, Birmingham, England, 16-24 Aug. 1977. CCR #381

Virji, H. (1977). A study of the upper tropospheric circulation over South America during the southern hemisphere summer. In Studies of Soundings and Imaging Measurements, Final Scientific Report NAS5-21798, 1974-1976, Space Science and Engineering Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, pp. 97-110. CCR #382

Wahl, E.W. (1977). Preliminary results of a statistical long-range forecasting attempt. Mon. Wea. Rev. 105(4), 529-535. CCR #383

Webb, T. III and D.R. Clark (1977). Calibrating micro-paleontological data in climatic terms: A critical review. Proc. Conf. Amerinds and Their Paleoenvironments in Northeastern North America, Part III: Earliest Human Occupations (Walter S. Newman and Bert Salwen, eds.), New York, 4-6 Feb. 1976. Annals New York Acad. of Sci. 288, 93-118. CCR #384

Wendland, W.M. (1977). Tropical storm frequencies related to sea surface temperatures. J. Appl. Meteor. 16(5), 477-481. CCR #385

Yapp, C.H. and S. Epstein (1977). Climatic implications of D/H ratios of meteoric water over North America (9500-22,000 B.P.) as inferred from ancient wood cellulose C-H Hydrogen. Earth and Planetary Sci. Letters 34, 333-350. CCR #386

Bryson, R.A. (1976b). The environment, the university, and the future. Alcoa lecture at Texas Tech. Univ., Lubbock, TX, 9 Feb. 1975, 11 pp. Also in Wisconsin Ideas-A Publication for University of Wisconsin System Faculty, II(2), Dec. 1977. CCR #350

Bryson, R.A. (1976c). The how and why of climatic change. Proc. World Fertilizer Conference, New York, NY, Sept. 1976, pp. 19-22. Also in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 300, 40-53, Nov. 1977. Also presented to the Pineapple Growers Association, April 1977. CCR #351


1976

Wu, L., D. Lee, and Z. Liu (2005). The 1976/77 North Pacific Climate Regime Shift: The Role of Subtropical Ocean Adjustment and Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Feedbacks. Journal of Climate, 18(23), 5125-5140, DOI: 10.1175/JCLI3583.1. CCR #866: PDF. © Copyright 1 December 2005 AMS.

Bryson, R.A. (1983b). Comments on 'Performance of the 1976 University of Wisconsin Model for United States Long-Range Forecasts Made for 1976-80.' Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 64(6), 651-654. CCR #496

Bryson, R.A. and G.J. Dittberner (1978). A hemispheric mean surface temperature model applicable to monsoon studies. In Climatic Change and Food Production, (K. Takahashi and M.M. Yoshino, eds.), Univ. of Tokyo Press, Int'l Symp. Oct. 4-7, 1976, Tsukuba and Tokyo, pp. 359-378. CCR #391

Bryson, R.A. and T.B. Starr (1978). Indications of Chandler compensation in the atmosphere. In Climatic Change and Food Production, (K. Takahashi and M.M. Yoshino, eds.), University of Tokyo Press, pp. 257-278 - Int'l Symp. Oct. 4-8, 1976, Tsukuba and Tokyo. CCR #392

Virji, H. (1977). A study of the upper tropospheric circulation over South America during the southern hemisphere summer. In Studies of Soundings and Imaging Measurements, Final Scientific Report NAS5-21798, 1974-1976, Space Science and Engineering Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, pp. 97-110. CCR #382

Webb, T. III and D.R. Clark (1977). Calibrating micro-paleontological data in climatic terms: A critical review. Proc. Conf. Amerinds and Their Paleoenvironments in Northeastern North America, Part III: Earliest Human Occupations (Walter S. Newman and Bert Salwen, eds.), New York, 4-6 Feb. 1976. Annals New York Acad. of Sci. 288, 93-118. CCR #384

Baerreis, D.A. (1976). The identification of snails from 13DK23 with comparisons to those of the Cherokee area. Newsletter, Northwest Chap. of the Iowa Arch. Soc. 24(2), 4-6. CCR #344

Baerreis, D.A., R.A. Bryson and J.E. Kutzbach (1976). Climate and culture in the western Great Lakes region. Midcontinental J. of Archaeo. 1(1), 39-57. CCR #345

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson and D.A. Baerreis (1976). Univ. of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XIII. Radiocarbon 18(1), 125-139. CCR #346

Black, C.C., Jr. and M.M. Bender (1976). 13C values in marine organisms from the Great Barrier Reef. Aust. J. Plant Physiol. 3, 25-32. CCR #347

Brinkmann, W.A.R. (1976). Surface temperature trend for the Northern,Hemisphere--updated. Quat. Res. 6, 355-358. CCR #348

Bryson, R.A. (1976c). The how and why of climatic change. Proc. World Fertilizer Conference, New York, NY, Sept. 1976, pp. 19-22. Also in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 300, 40-53, Nov. 1977. Also presented to the Pineapple Growers Association, April 1977. CCR #351

Bryson, R.A. and G. Dittberner (1976). A non-equilibrium model of hemispheric mean surface temperatures. J. Atmos. Sci. 33(11), 2094-2106. Also Proc. American Chemical Soc. Symp. on The World Food Problem, Aug. 1975, Chicago, pp. 84-105, Oct. 1976. Also as A Hemispheric Mean Surface Temperature Model Applicable to Monsoon Studies in Climatic Change and Food Production from the International Symposium on Recent Climatic Change and Food Production held October 4-8, 1976, Tsukuba and Tokyo. CCR #352

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Ross (1976). That's the news. And now for San Juan's weather. The New York Times 29 June, p. 31. CCR #353

Eickmeier, W.G. and M.M. Bender (1976). Carbon isotope ratios of Crassulacean acid metabolism species in relation to climate and phytosociology. Oecologia (Berl.) 25, 341-347. CCR #354

Kutzbach, J.E. (1976). The nature of climate and climatic variations. Quat. Res. 6, 471-480. Also in IEEE Trans. Geosci. Electr. GE-16(1), 23-29, Jan. 1978. CCR #355

Mitchell, V. (1976). The regionalization of climate in the western United States. J. Appl. Meteor. 15(9), 920-927. CCR #356

Osmond, D.B., M.M. Bender and R.H. Burris (1976). Pathways of CO2 fixation in the CAM plant Kalancho daigremontiana. III Correlation with 13C value during growth and water stress. Aust. J. Plant Physiol. 3, 787-799. CCR #357

Peterson, G.M. (1976). Pollen analysis and the origin of cave sedimentsin the central Kentucky Karst. The NSS Bull. 38(3), 53-58. CCR #358

Webb, T. III and J.H. McAndrews (1976). Corresponding patterns of contemporary pollen and vegetation in central North America. Geol. Soc. of Am. Mem. 145, 267-299. CCR #359

Wendland, W.M. (1976). Late Pleistocene - early Holocene cultural sites in North America. Abstracts, 4th AMQUA Conference, Tempe, Ariz., Oct. 1976. CCR #360


1975

Bryson, R.A. and T.B. Starr (1977). Chandler tides in the atmosphere. J. Atmos. Sci. 34(12), 1975-1986. CCR #367

Bryson, R.A. (1976a). Shooting at a moving target. Crop Productivity - Research Imperatives, Int'l Conf. at Harbor Springs, Mich., Oct. 20-24, 1975, pp. 109-132. CCR #349

Bryson, R.A. (1976b). The environment, the university, and the future. Alcoa lecture at Texas Tech. Univ., Lubbock, TX, 9 Feb. 1975, 11 pp. Also in Wisconsin Ideas-A Publication for University of Wisconsin System Faculty, II(2), Dec. 1977. CCR #350

Bryson, R.A. and G. Dittberner (1976). A non-equilibrium model of hemispheric mean surface temperatures. J. Atmos. Sci. 33(11), 2094-2106. Also Proc. American Chemical Soc. Symp. on The World Food Problem, Aug. 1975, Chicago, pp. 84-105, Oct. 1976. Also as A Hemispheric Mean Surface Temperature Model Applicable to Monsoon Studies in Climatic Change and Food Production from the International Symposium on Recent Climatic Change and Food Production held October 4-8, 1976, Tsukuba and Tokyo. CCR #352

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson and D.A. Baerreis (1975). Univ. of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates XII. Radiocarbon 17(1), 121-134. CCR #328

Birks, H.J.B., T. Webb III and A.A. Berti (1975). Numerical analysis of pollen samples from central Canada: A comparison of methods. Rev. of Palaeobotany and Palynology 20, 133-169. CCR #329

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Ross (1975). Variazioni climatiche e agricoltura. Chap. 24, pp. 319-330, Annuario della EST, Enciclopedia Della Scienza E Della Tecnica (Arnoldo Mondadori, Ed.), Scienza and Tecnica 75, Milan Italy. CCR #332

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1975). Climatic effects of atmospheric pollution. In The Changing Global Environment (F.F. Singer, ed.), Riedel Publ. Co., pp. 139-147. (This is 2nd edition of a paper originally published in 1970). CCR #333

Climate/Food Research Group (1975). World climate and world food systems VI: A detailed model of the production and consumption of spring wheat in the U.S. IES Report #49, Inst. Env. Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Aug. 1975, 103 pp. CCR #334

Davis, R.B. and T. Webb III (1975). The contemporary distribution of pollen in eastern North America: A comparison with the vegetation. Quat. Res. 5(3), 395-434. CCR #335

Imbrie, J., W.S. Broecker, J.M. Mitchell Jr., and J.E. Kutzbach (1975). Survey of past climates. Appendix A of the report by the Panel on climatic variation, U.S. Committee for GARP, Understanding Climatic Change - A Program for Action, Nat. Acad. of Sci., Washington, DC, pp. 127-195. CCR #336

Kutzbach, J.E. (1975a). Physical basis of climate and climate modelling, report of International Study Conference. WMO Bull., Jan. 1975, pp. 10-12.Also pp. 683-685 of GARP Topics No. 39, in Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 45(7), 679-685. CCR #337

Lettau, H.H. and K. Lettau (1975). Regional climatonomy of tundra and boreal forests in Canada. Proc. Conf., Climate of the Arctic, Univ. of Alaska, 15-17 Aug. 1973, pp. 209-221. CCR #340

Moran, J. (1975). Frequency distribution of 14C Dates and identification of periglacial climatic discontinuities of late Wisconsin time: An evaluation. Modern Geology 5, 95-99. CCR #341

Wahl, E.W. and R.A. Bryson (1975). Recent changes in Atlantic surface temperatures. Nature 254(5495), 45-46. CCR #342

Wendland, W.M. (1975). An objective method to identify missing or false rings. Tree-Ring Bull. 35, 41-47. CCR #343

Bryson, R.A. (1974g). World climate and world food systems III: The lessons of climatic history. IES Report #27, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 17 pp. Also, Envir. Conserv. 2(3), 163-170, 1975. Also, Atmospheric Quality and Climate Change - Papers of the Second Carolina Geographical Symp. (R.J. Kopec, ed.), Univ. of N. Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dept. of Geography, 1975, pp. 38-51. Also, Summary Report, Tenth Asia/Pacific Food Prod. Conf., Oct 28-30, 1974, Tokyo, Japan. CCR #295

Kutzbach, J.E. and R.A. Bryson (1974). Variance spectrum of Holocene climatic fluctuations in the north Atlantic sector. J. Atmos. Sci. 31(8), 1958-1963. Also in Proc. WMO/IAMAP Symp. on Long-Term Climatic Fluctuations, WMO No. 421, pp. 97-104, Aug. 1975. CCR #308

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1970). Climatic effects of atmospheric pollution. In Global Effects of Environmental Pollution, (Singer, ed.), Proc. AAAS Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, 26-31 Dec. 1968, pp. 130-138. 2nd Ed. In The Changing Global Environment, pp. 139-147, 1975. CCR #202

Kutzbach, J.E., R.A. Bryson and W.C. Shen (1968). An evaluation of the thermal Rossby number in the Pleistocene. Meteor. Monographs 8(30),134-138. Also in Selected Meteor. Papers 27, 36-40, compiled by The Meteor. Soc. of Japan, Feb. 1975. CCR #171


1974

Virji, H. (1977). A study of the upper tropospheric circulation over South America during the southern hemisphere summer. In Studies of Soundings and Imaging Measurements, Final Scientific Report NAS5-21798, 1974-1976, Space Science and Engineering Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, pp. 97-110. CCR #382

Aleman, P., A.M. Garcia and E. Garcia (1974). The climate of Mexico. Chapter 4, pp. 345-391, In Climates of North America, Vol. 11 of World Survey of Climatology, (H.E. Landsberg, editor-in-chief), Elsevier Publishing Co. CCR #282

Alexander, T. (quoting R.A. Bryson) (1974). Ominous changes in the world's weather. Fortune Magazine LXXXIX(2), 90-95, 142, 146, 150, 152. Also translated into Spanish as Cambios Ominosos en el Clima Mundial. CCR #283

Baerreis, D.A. (1974). Molluscan remains from 13CK405. J. of the Iowa Arch. Soc. 21, 131-143. CCR #284

Baerreis, D.A. and R.A. Alex (1974). An interpretation of Midden Formation - the Mill Creek example. In Aspects of Upper Great Lakes Anthropology, papers in honor of L.A. Wilford (E. Johnson, ed.), Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, pp. 143-148. CCR #285

Bauer, K.G. and J.E. Kutzbach (1974). Evaluation standards for dynamical prediction models. J. Appl. Meteor. 13(4), 505-506. CCR #286

Bernabo, J.C. and T. Webb III (1974). Cartographic analysis of the changing time-space patterns in the Holocene pollen record of northeastern North America. Abstracts, AMQUA 3rd Biennial Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 30 July - 1 Aug. 1974, pp. 103-104. CCR #287

Blasing, T.J. (1974). A pattern correlation approach to paleoclimatic studies. Abstracts, AMQUA 3rd Biennial Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 30 July-1 Aug., 1974, p. 105. CCR #288

Bryson, R.A. (1974c). World food prospects and climatic change. Testimony before Subcommittee on Agricultural Production, Marketing, and Stabilization of Prices and Subcommittee on Foreign Agricultural Policy of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Hearings, 93rd Congress, First Session, Oct. 17 and 18, 1973, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington 1974 (24-799), pp. 119-140. CCR #291

Bryson, R.A. (1974e). The lessons of the past: What Quaternary studies tell us about the environment and the future. Abstracts, AMQUA 3rd Biennial Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 30 July-1 Aug. 1974, p. 94. CCR #293

Bryson, R.A. (1974f). Changing climates - changing times. J. of the Sigurd Olson Inst. of Env. Studies 2(2), 12 pp, Northland College, Ashland, WI. From lecture given 16 April 1974. CCR #294

Bryson, R.A. (1974g). World climate and world food systems III: The lessons of climatic history. IES Report #27, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 17 pp. Also, Envir. Conserv. 2(3), 163-170, 1975. Also, Atmospheric Quality and Climate Change - Papers of the Second Carolina Geographical Symp. (R.J. Kopec, ed.), Univ. of N. Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dept. of Geography, 1975, pp. 38-51. Also, Summary Report, Tenth Asia/Pacific Food Prod. Conf., Oct 28-30, 1974, Tokyo, Japan. CCR #295

Bryson, R.A. and F.K. Hare, eds. (1974). Climates of North America, Volume 11 of World Survey of Climatology, (H.E. Landsberg, editor-in-chief), Elsevier Publishing Co. CCR #296

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Kutzbach (1974). On the analysis of pollen-climate canonical transfer functions. Quat. Res. 4(2), 162-174. CCR #297

Bryson, R.A., H.H. Lamb and D. Donley (1974). Drought and the decline of Mycenae. Antiquity XLVIII, 46-50. Also IES Report #20, Institute for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #298

Bryson, R.A., J.E. Ross, R.W. Hougas and L.E. Engelbert (1974). Climatic change and agricultural responses: A statement on research and technological priorities between now and the year 2000. IES Working Paper #20, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #299

DeWitt, C.B. (1974). World climate and world food systems II: Dynamics of the world/food systems; A model for prediction of world food production and allocation. IES Report #23, Inst. for Env. Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Oct. 1974, 54 pp. CCR #300

Houghton, D.D., J.E. Kutzbach, M.McClintock, and D. Suchman (1974). Response of a general circulation model to a sea temperature perturbation.J. Atmos. Sci. 31(4), 857-868. CCR #301

Kalnicky, R.A. (1974). Climatic change since 1950. Annals, Ass'n Am. Geogr. 64(1), 100-112. CCR #302

Koeppen, R.C. and L.A. Conrad (1974). An analysis of charcoal from the Cherokee Sewer Site (13ck405), Cherokee County, Iowa. J. of the Iowa Arch. Soc. 21, 145-145. CCR #303

Kutzbach, J.E. (1974d). Book Review of Climates of North America. World Survey of Climatology, Vol. 112. Ag. Met. 13(1974), 427-432. CCR #307

Kutzbach, J.E. and R.A. Bryson (1974). Variance spectrum of Holocene climatic fluctuations in the north Atlantic sector. J. Atmos. Sci. 31(8), 1958-1963. Also in Proc. WMO/IAMAP Symp. on Long-Term Climatic Fluctuations, WMO No. 421, pp. 97-104, Aug. 1975. CCR #308

Larsen, J.A. (1974). Ecology of the northern continental forest border. Chap. 7: Treeline, Section A In Arctic and Alpine Environments (J.D. Ives and R.G. Barry, eds.), Methuen & Co. Ltd., London, pp. 341-369. CCR #309

Larsen, J.A. and R.G. Barry (1974). Palaeoclimatology. Chap. 5 In Arctic and Alpine Environments (J.D. Ives and R.G. Barry, eds.), Methuen & Co. Ltd., London, pp. 253-276. CCR #310

Lee, G., F. Wilson and W. Wilson (1974). Studies on the Ca, Mg, and Sr content of freshwater clamshells. Wis. Acad. of Sci., Arts and Letters 6, 173-180. CCR #311

Lettau, H.H. (1974). Anthropogene beeinflussung von klima und witterungs-parametern. Sonderabdruck aus Annalen der Meteorologie(N.F.) 9, 9-13. CCR #312

Lettau, K. (1974). Modeling of the annual cycle of soil moisture, with an appendix by H. Lettau, 'Evapotranspiration climatonomy of drainless areas,' In Phenology and Seasonality Modeling (H. Lieth, ed.), Ecological Studies Analysis and Synthesis, Vol. 8, Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 343-352. CCR #313

Moran, J.M. (1974). Possible coincidence of a modern and a glacial-age climatic boundary in the Montane West, United States. Arctic and Alpine Res. 6(3), 319-321. CCR #314

Phillips, T.J. (1974). World climate and world food systems V: The spectral model: History and present state of the art. IES Report #30, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Nov. 1974, 13 pp. CCR #315

Pierce, J. (1974). Cultural sensitivity to environmental change, II: 1816, the year without a summer. IES Report #15, Institute for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 32 pp. CCR #316

Reitan, C.H. (1974). A climatic model of solar radiation and temperature change. Quat. Res. 4(1), 25-38. CCR #317

Ross, J.E. and R.A. Bryson (1974). Food, man and weather. In War on Hunger, a report from The Agency for International Development, pp. 13-19, Feb. CCR #318

Sanchez, W.A. and J.E. Kutzbach (1974). Climate of the American tropics and subtropics in the 1960's and possible comparisons with climatic variations of the last millenium. Quat. Res. 4(2), 128-135. CCR #319

Starr, T.B. (1974). World climate and world food systems IV: A survey of the state of the art in meteorological long-range statistical forecasting. IES Report #29, Inst. Env. Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Nov. 1974, 20 pp. CCR #320

Swain, A.M. (1974). The potential for detailed climatic reconstructionsin northeastern North America from varve thicknesses and from varve-dated pollen diagrams. Abstracts, AMQUA 3rd Biennial Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 30 July - 1 Aug. 1974, p. 8. CCR #321

Veneman, P.L.M. Jr., A.M. Swain and F.C. Hole (1974). Soils and varved sediments of the Lake Emrick Drainage Basin in Marquette County, Central Wisconsin. In Late Quaternary Environments of Wisconsin (J.C. Knox and D.M. Mickelson, eds.), A field guide prepared for AMQUA 3rd Biennial Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 28 July-2 Aug. 1974, pp. 233-243. CCR #322

Webb, T. III (1974). A vegetational history from northern Wisconsin: Evidence from modern and fossil pollen. The American Midland Naturalist 92(1), 12-34. CCR #323

Webb, T. III and J.C. Bernabo (1974). Palynological evidence of ecotonal migrations in eastern North America. Abstracts, AMQUA 3rd Biennial Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 30 July-1 Aug. 1974, p. 26. CCR #324

Webb, T. III and D.R. Clark (1974). On the use of tree rings, pollen and marine plankton in reconstructing past climates. Abstracts, AMQUA 3rd Biennial Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 30 July-1 Aug., 1974, p. 126. CCR #325

Wendland, W.M. (1974). Transfer function calibration. Abstracts, AMQUA 3rd Biennial Meeting, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 30 July-1 Aug. 1974, p. 9. CCR #326

Wendland, W.M. and R.A. Bryson (1974). Dating climatic episodes of the Holocene. Quat. Res. 4(1), 9-24. Also IES Report #21, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #327

Bryson, R.A. (1973). Climatic modification by air pollution, II: The Sahelian effect. IES Report #9, Institute for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 12 pp. Also as Drought in Sahelia, who or what is to blame. Ecologist 3(10), 66-371, Oct. 1973. Also in The Forensic Quarterly 49(3), 409-418, Aug. 1974. CCR #267


1973

Lettau, H.H. and K. Lettau (1975). Regional climatonomy of tundra and boreal forests in Canada. Proc. Conf., Climate of the Arctic, Univ. of Alaska, 15-17 Aug. 1973, pp. 209-221. CCR #340

Bryson, R.A. (1974c). World food prospects and climatic change. Testimony before Subcommittee on Agricultural Production, Marketing, and Stabilization of Prices and Subcommittee on Foreign Agricultural Policy of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, United States Senate, Hearings, 93rd Congress, First Session, Oct. 17 and 18, 1973, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington 1974 (24-799), pp. 119-140. CCR #291

Kutzbach, J.E. (1974b). Year-to-year circulation variability and some possible analogs of Little Ice Age Climates. Proc. CLIMAP conference at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, May 1973. Climatic Research Unit, Research Publ. No. 2(CRU-RP2), Univ. of East Anglia, Norwich, England. CCR #305

Alex, R. (1973). Architectural features of houses at the Mitchell Site (39DV2), eastern south Dakota. Plains Anthropologist 18(60), 149-159.CCR #261

Baerreis, D.A. (1973). Gastropods and archaeology. In Variation in Anthropology, (Lathrap and Douglas, eds.), IL Arch. Survey, pp. 43-53. CCR #262

Bender, M.M. and D. Smith (1973). Classification of starch and fructosan-accumulating grasses as C-3 or C-4 species by isotope analysis. J.of G. Britain Grassland Soc. 28, 97-100. CCR #263

Bender, M.M., I. Rouhani, H.M. Vines and C.C. Black, Jr. (1973). 13C/12C ratio changes in Crassulacean acid metabolism plants. Plant Physiology 52(5), 427-430. CCR #266

Bryson, R.A. (1973). Climatic modification by air pollution, II: The Sahelian effect. IES Report #9, Institute for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 12 pp. Also as Drought in Sahelia, who or what is to blame. Ecologist 3(10), 66-371, Oct. 1973. Also in The Forensic Quarterly 49(3), 409-418, Aug. 1974. CCR #267

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Ross (1973a). 'Save the Earth' fervor cools but problems get deeper. Milwaukee Journal, Part 5,7 Jan. 1973, p. 3. CCR #268

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Ross (1973b). Hercules vs the Hydra. Guest editorial, SR/UP FRONT, May 1973, p. 21. CCR #269

Duffield, L.F. (1973). Aging and sexing the post-cranial skeleton of bison. Plains Anthropologist, J. of the Plains Conf. 13(60), 132-139. CCR #270

Jackson, M.L., D.A. Gillette, E.F. Danielsen, I.H. Blifford, R.A. Bryson, and J.K. Syers (1973). Global dustfall during the Quaternary as related to environments. Soil Science 116(3), 135-145. CCR #271

Larsen, J.A. (1973). Plant communities north of the forest border, Keewatin, Northwest Territories. Canadian Field-Naturalist 87(3), 241-248. CCR #272

Mitchell, V.L. (1973). A theoretical tree line in central Canada. Annals, AAG 63(3), 296-301. CCR #273

Moran, J.M. (1973). The late-glacial retreat of 'Arctic' Air as suggested by onset of Picea decline. The Prof. Geogr. 25(4), 373-376. CCR #274

Ross, J.E. and R.A. Bryson (1973). The potential for a world food crisis. LTC Newsletter No. 40, pp. 1-4, April-June 1973. In Spanish: El potencial para una crisis mundial de alimentos. pp. 38-42. CCR #275

Sargent, S.L. and W.A. Beckman (1973). A numerical model of thermal radiation in a dusty atmosphere. J. Atmos. Sci. 30(1), 88-94. CCR #276

Singh, G., S.K. Chopra and A.B. Singh (1973). Pollen-rain from the vegetation of north-west India. New Phytol. 72, 191-206. CCR #277

Sorenson, C.J. and J.C. Knox (1973). Paleosols and paleoclimates related to late Holocene forest/tundra border migrations: MacKenzie and Keewatin, N.W.T., Canada. Proc. Int'l Conf. on the Prehistory and Paleoecology of the Western Arctic and Sub-Arctic (Scott Raymond and Peter Schiedermann, Eds.), Calgary Alberta, Canada, 23-26 Nov. 1972, Arch. Ass'n, Dept. of Arch., Univ. of Calgary, pp. 187-203. CCR #278

Swain, A.M. (1973). A history of fire and vegetation in northeastern Minnesota as recorded in lake sediments. Quat. Res. 3(3), 383-396. CCR #279


1972

Sorenson, C.J. and J.C. Knox (1973). Paleosols and paleoclimates related to late Holocene forest/tundra border migrations: MacKenzie and Keewatin, N.W.T., Canada. Proc. Int'l Conf. on the Prehistory and Paleoecology of the Western Arctic and Sub-Arctic (Scott Raymond and Peter Schiedermann, Eds.), Calgary Alberta, Canada, 23-26 Nov. 1972, Arch. Ass'n, Dept. of Arch., Univ. of Calgary, pp. 187-203. CCR #278

Bryson, R.A. (1972a). Climatic modification by air pollution I. Paper presented at Int'l Conf. on Environmental Future, Helsinki, Finland, 27 June - 3 July, 1971. In Environmental Future, pp. 134-177, London MacMillan, May 1972. Also In Aware: Part I,pp 3-5, Jan; Part II, pp. 7-9, Feb; Part III, p. 11-14, Mar, 1972. Also IES Report #1, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #238

Conrad, L.A. and R.C. Koeppen (1972). An analysis of charcoal from the Brewster Site (13CK15), Iowa. Plains Anthropologist 17(55), 52-55. CCR #242

Knox, J.C. (1972). Valley alluviation in southwestern Wisconsin. Annals of the Ass'n of Am. Geog. 62(3), 401-410. CCR #243

Kutzbach, J.E. (1972a). Book Review of Climates of Northern and Eastern Asia - World Survey of Climatology 8.2. Agric. Meteorol. 9(l971/1972), 123-131. CCR #244

Larsen, J.A. (1972c). Vegetation and terrain (environment): Canadian boreal forest and tundra. Report #UW-G1128, Final report of research conducted under U.S. Army Research Office (Durham), Grants DA-ARO-D-31-124-70-G43 and DA-ARO-D-31-124-G1128, Center for Climatic Research, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Feb. 1972. CCR #248

Leopold, E.B. (1972). Natural scientists; Observers or participants? Nature Study 25(4), 3-4; ANS Symp.: Nature, Law and Environmental Activism, Dec. 29, 1971. CCR #251

Lettau, H.H. and K. Lettau (1972). To calculate climatic time series of global and diffuse radiation based on concepts of shortwave radiation climatonomy. Dept. of Meteor. and Center for Climatic Res., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 46 pp. CCR #252

Moran, J.M. and T.J. Blasing (1972). Statistical approaches to Alpine glacier response. Palaeo., Palaeo., Palaeo. 11(4), 237-246. CCR #253

Nichols, H. (1972). Late Quaternary palynological history of arctic vegetation and climate at Pelly Lake, N. Keewatin, Canada, In Studies of the Quaternary in the World, VIII INQUA Congress, Paris, 1969, pp. 209-215. CCR #254

Nicholson, S. (1972). A carbon monoxide survey of Madison, Wisconsin. IES Report #3, Institute for Environmental Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 15 pp. CCR #255

Sargent, S.L. (1972). A compact table of blackbody radiation fractions. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 53(4), 360. CCR #256

Singh, G., R.D. Joshi and A.B. Singh (1972). Stratigraphic and radiocarbon evidence for the age and development of three salt lake deposits in Rajasthan, India. Quat. Res. 2, 496-505. CCR #257

Swain, A.M. (1972). A fire history of the boundary waters canoe area as recorded in lake sediment. Naturalist 24-31, Autumn and Winter, 1972. CCR #258

Wahl, E.W. (1972). Climatological Studies of the Large-Scale Circulation in the Northen Hemisphere. Mon. Wea. Rev. 100(7), 553-564. CCR #259

Webb, T. III and R.A. Bryson (1972). Late- and postglacial climatic change in the northern midwest, USA: Quantitative estimates derived from fossil pollen spectra by multivariate statistical analysis. Quat. Res. 2(1), 70-115. CCR #260

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Ross (1971). Is man changing his climate? Science Year 1972, pp. 94-105, Field Enterprises Educational Corp., Chicago, 1971.CCR #223


1971

Phillips, T.J. (1982). On the interaction of surface heating anomalies with zonally symmetric and asymmetric atmosphere flows. J. of Atmos. Sci. 39, 1953-1971. CCR #491

Bryson, R.A. (1972a). Climatic modification by air pollution I. Paper presented at Int'l Conf. on Environmental Future, Helsinki, Finland, 27 June - 3 July, 1971. In Environmental Future, pp. 134-177, London MacMillan, May 1972. Also In Aware: Part I,pp 3-5, Jan; Part II, pp. 7-9, Feb; Part III, p. 11-14, Mar, 1972. Also IES Report #1, Inst. for Env. Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #238

Leopold, E.B. (1972). Natural scientists; Observers or participants? Nature Study 25(4), 3-4; ANS Symp.: Nature, Law and Environmental Activism, Dec. 29, 1971. CCR #251

Baerreis, D.A. (1971). Environmental reconstruction through molluscan remains: A preliminary report on the A. C. Banks Site. In Prehistoric Investigations (M. McKusick, ed.), Report 3, Office of State Archaeologist, Iowa City, pp. 95-108. CCR #219

Bauer, K.G. (1971). Linear prediction of a multivariate time series applied to atmospheric scalar fields. Paper presented at Int'l. Symp. on Probability and Statistics in the Atm. Sciences, June 1-4, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. 53-58, AMS, Boston. (Abstract in Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 52(3), 217-218). CCR #220

Bender, M.M. (1971). Variations in the 13C/12C ratios of plants in relation to the pathway of photosynthetic carbon dioxide fixation. Phytochemistry 10, 1239-1244. CCR #221

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson and D.A. Baerreis (1971). University of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates IX. Radiocarbon 13(2), 475-486. CCR #222

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Ross (1971). Is man changing his climate? Science Year 1972, pp. 94-105, Field Enterprises Educational Corp., Chicago, 1971.CCR #223

Fritts, H.C. (1971). Multivariate techniques for calibrating time series to reconstruct anomalies in paleoclimate. Paper presented at Int'l.Symp. on Probability and Statistics in the Atm. Sciences, June 1-4, 1971, Honolulu, Hawaii, pp. 59-64, AMS, Boston. (Abstract appears in Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 52(3), 217). CCR #224

Fritts, H.C., T.J. Blasing, B.P. Hayden and J.E. Kutzbach (1971). Multivariate techniques for specifying tree-growth and climate relationships and for reconstructing anomalies in paleoclimate. J. Appl. Meteor. 10(5), 845-864. Final Report of Project: Dendroclimatic History of the United States, Contract E-41-70(N), ESSA, Nov. 1970. CCR #225

Hare, F.K. (1971). Future climates and future environments. Bull Am. Meteor. Soc. 52(6), 451-456. CCR #226

Ilesanmi, O.O. (1971). An empirical formulation of an ITD rainfall model for the tropics: A case study of Nigeria. J. of Appl. Meteor. 10(5),882-891. CCR #227

Kutzbach, J.E. (1971). Climatic change. EOS 52(6), 417-420. CCR #228

Lettau, K. (1971). Radiation climate of New Delhi, Part II: Longwave radiation and energy budget. Indian J. of Meteor. and Geophys. 22, 529-540. CCR #231

Rovner, I. (1971). Potential of opal phytoliths for use in paleo-ecological reconstruction. Quat. Res. 1(3), 343-359. CCR #232

Singh, G. (1971). The Indus Valley culture seen in the context of post-glacial climatic and ecological studies in northwest India. Archaeo. and Phys. Anthro. in Oceania 6(2), 177-189. CCR #233

Sorenson, C.J., J.C. Knox, J.A. Larsen, and R.A. Bryson (1971). Paleosols and the forest border in Keewatin, N.W.T. Quat. Res. 1(4), 468-473. CCR #234

Stearns, C.R. (1971). The Effect of Time-Variable Fluxes on Mean Wind and Temperature Profile Structure. Boundary Layer Meteor. 1(1971), 389-398. CCR #235

Wendland, W.M. (1971). Book Review, Climate, Man, and History. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc., 52(5), 406-407. CCR #236

Wendland, W.M. and D.L. Donley (1971). Radiocarbon-calendar age relationship. Earth and Planetary Sci. Letters 11(2), 135-139. CCR #237

Bryson, R.A. (1968a). 'All other factors being constant' .... A reconciliation of several theories of climatic change. Weatherwise 21(2), 56-61, 94. Also In Man's Impact on Environment, (T.R. Detwyler, ed.), McGraw Hill, pp. 167-174, 1971. Also In Global Ecology, Readings Toward a Rational Strategyfor Man, (J.P. Holdren & P.R. Ehrlich, eds.), Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., 1971, pp. 78-84. CCR #165


1970

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1975). Climatic effects of atmospheric pollution. In The Changing Global Environment (F.F. Singer, ed.), Riedel Publ. Co., pp. 139-147. (This is 2nd edition of a paper originally published in 1970). CCR #333

Fritts, H.C., T.J. Blasing, B.P. Hayden and J.E. Kutzbach (1971). Multivariate techniques for specifying tree-growth and climate relationships and for reconstructing anomalies in paleoclimate. J. Appl. Meteor. 10(5), 845-864. Final Report of Project: Dendroclimatic History of the United States, Contract E-41-70(N), ESSA, Nov. 1970. CCR #225

Baerreis, D.A. (1970). The new archeology from an old perspective: An appraisal of current trends in archeology. Universitas 6(7), 267-276, published in Salvador, Brazil. CCR #195

Baker, R.G. (1970b). Late Quaternary vegetation history in Yellowstone Park. Abstracts, AMQUA Meeting, Yellowstone Park and Bozeman, MT, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 1970. CCR #197

Bryson, R.A. (1970a). The character of climatic change and the end of the Pleistocene. Abstracts, AMQUA Meeting, Yellowstone Park and Bozeman, MT, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 1970. CCR #200

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1970). Climatic effects of atmospheric pollution. In Global Effects of Environmental Pollution, (Singer, ed.), Proc. AAAS Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, 26-31 Dec. 1968, pp. 130-138. 2nd Ed. In The Changing Global Environment, pp. 139-147, 1975. CCR #202

Bryson, R.A., D.A. Baerreis and W.M. Wendland (1970). The character of late- and post-glacial climatic changes. In Pleistocene and Recent Environments of the Central Plains, Symp. at Lawrence, KS, Oct. 25-26, 1968, pp. 53-74,Univ. Press of Kansas. CCR #203

Friend, A.L. and C.R. Stearns (1970). Improved Method for the Optical Determination of Temperature Profiles. Boundary Layer Meteor. 1(1970), 227-239. CCR #204

Hayden, B.P. (1970). Book Review, Physiological Systems in Semiarid Environments. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 51(6), June 1970. CCR #205

Kutzbach, J.E., B.P. Hayden and T.J. Blasing (1970). Diagnostic study of present hemispheric circulation variability and inferred circulation variability since 1000 A.D. Abstracts, AMQUA Meeting, Yellowstone Park and Bozeman, MT, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 1970. CCR #208

Lettau, K. (1970). Radiation climate of New Delhi, Part I: Shortwave radiation. Indian J. of Meteor. and Geophy. 21(1), 31-42. CCR #211

Nichols, H. (1970). Late Quaternary pollen diagrams from the Canadian arctic barren grounds at Pelly Lake, North Keewatin, N.W.T. Arctic and Alpine Res. 2(1), 43-61. CCR #212

Potter, V.R., D.A. Baerreis, R.A. Bryson, J.W. Curvin, G. Johansen, J. McLeod, J. Rankin and K.R. Symon (1970). Purposes and function of the University. Science 167(3925), 1590-1593. CCR #213

Stearns, C.R. (1970). Conversion of Profile difference Quotients to True Gradients at the Geometric Mean Height in the Surface Layer. Boundary Layer Meteor. 1(1970), 146-154. CCR #214

Wahl, E.W. and T.L. Lawson (1970). The climate of the mid-nineteenth century United States compared to the current normals. Mon. Wea. Rev. 98(4), 259-265. CCR #215

Webb, T. III (1970). The postglacial climatic sequence in Wisconsin and eastern Minnesota: Estimates derived from multivariate statistical analysis of fossil pollen data. Abstracts, AMQUA Meeting, Yellowstone Parkand Bozeman, MT, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 1970. CCR #216

Wendland, W.M. and R.A. Bryson (1970). Atmospheric dustiness, man and climatic change. Biological Conservation 2(2), 125-128. CCR #217

Westgate, J.A., D.G.W. Smith and H. Nichols (1970). Late Quaternary pyroclastic layers in the Edmonton area, Alberta. Pedology and Quat. Res. (S.Pawluk, ed.), Univ. of Alberta Press, pp. 179-186. CCR #218


1969

Nichols, H. (1972). Late Quaternary palynological history of arctic vegetation and climate at Pelly Lake, N. Keewatin, Canada, In Studies of the Quaternary in the World, VIII INQUA Congress, Paris, 1969, pp. 209-215. CCR #254

Larsen, J.A. (1970a). Future conditions of the atmosphere, short and long term prognostication, climatic change: A symposium. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 51(3), 231-234, conference summary of The Future of the Atmosphere, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 21-22 Oct., 1969. CCR #209

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson and D.A. Baerreis (1969). University of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates VI. Radiocarbon 11(1), 228-235. CCR #178

Bryson, R.A. and D.A. Baerreis (1969). Climate and prehistory in the Southern Plains. Proc. AAAS Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, Dec. 26-31, 1968. CCR #179

Bryson, R.A., W.M. Wendland, J.D. Ives and J.T. Andrews (1969). Radiocarbon isochrones on the disintegration of the Laurentide ice sheet. Arctic and Alpine Res. 1(1), 1-13. CCR #180

Duffield, L.F. (1969). The vertebrate faunal remains from the School Land I and School Land II sites. Bull. Okla. Anthro. Soc. 18, 47-65. CCR #181

Hayden, B.P. (1969). Green plants as sensors. Research/Development, 26-29, July. CCR #182

Hirose, M. and J.E. Kutzbach (1969). An alternate method for eigenvector computations. J. Appl. Meteor. 8(4), 701. CCR #183

Kutzbach, J.E. (1969). Book Review, Histoire du climat dupuis I'an mil. J. Economic History 29(1), 369-371. CCR #184

Lee, G., F. Wilson and W. Wilson (1969). Use of chemical composition of freshwater clamshells as indicators of paleohydrologic conditions. Ecology 50(6), 990-997. CCR #185

Lettau, H.H. and K. Lettau (1969). Shortwave radiation climatonomy. Tellus XXI(2), 208-222. CCR #186

Lettau, K. and H.H. Lettau (1969). Bulk transport of sand by the Barchans of the Pampade La Joya in southern Peru. Annals of Geomorphology 13(2), 182-195. CCR #187

Moran, J.M. and R.A. Bryson (1969). The contribution of Laurentide ice wastage to the eustatic rise of sea level: 10,000 to 6,000 B.P. Arctic and Alpine Res. 1(2): 97-104. CCR #188

Peterson, J.T. and J.A. Weinman (1969). Optical properties of silica dust particles at infrared wavelengths. (Abstracts, AGU Fiftieth Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Apr. 20-24, 1969). Trans. AGU 50(4), 176. Also in J. Geophys. Res. 74(28), 6947-6952. CCR #191

Wendland, W.M. and R.A. Bryson (1969). Surface temperature patterns of Hudson Bay from aerial infrared surveys. Remote Sensing in Ecology, AIBS, ESA, and ASLO Meeting, Madison, WI, June 1968, pp. 185-193. CCR #194


1968

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1970). Climatic effects of atmospheric pollution. In Global Effects of Environmental Pollution, (Singer, ed.), Proc. AAAS Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, 26-31 Dec. 1968, pp. 130-138. 2nd Ed. In The Changing Global Environment, pp. 139-147, 1975. CCR #202

Bryson, R.A., D.A. Baerreis and W.M. Wendland (1970). The character of late- and post-glacial climatic changes. In Pleistocene and Recent Environments of the Central Plains, Symp. at Lawrence, KS, Oct. 25-26, 1968, pp. 53-74,Univ. Press of Kansas. CCR #203

Bryson, R.A. and D.A. Baerreis (1969). Climate and prehistory in the Southern Plains. Proc. AAAS Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, Dec. 26-31, 1968. CCR #179

Wendland, W.M. and R.A. Bryson (1969). Surface temperature patterns of Hudson Bay from aerial infrared surveys. Remote Sensing in Ecology, AIBS, ESA, and ASLO Meeting, Madison, WI, June 1968, pp. 185-193. CCR #194

Ahrnsbrak, W.F. (1968). Summertime radiation balance and energy budget of the Canadian tundra. ONR Tech. Rept. #37, Nonr 1202(07), Jan., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #161

Bender, M.M. (1968). Mass spectrometric studies of carbon 13 variations in corn and other grasses. Radiocarbon 10(2), 468-472. CCR #162

Bryson, R.A. and J.E. Kutzbach (1968). Air pollution. Resource Paper #2, Commission on College Geography. Published by Assoc. of Am. Geographers, Washington, D.C., 42 pp. CCR #167

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1968). Radiocarbon Isochrones of the Retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Alberta Anthropologist 2(1), 9-15. CCR #168

Kutzbach, J.E., R.A. Bryson and W.C. Shen (1968). An evaluation of the thermal Rossby number in the Pleistocene. Meteor. Monographs 8(30),134-138. Also in Selected Meteor. Papers 27, 36-40, compiled by The Meteor. Soc. of Japan, Feb. 1975. CCR #171

Nichols, H. (1968). Pollen analysis, paleotemperatures and the summer position of the arctic front in the post-glacial history of Keewatin, Canada. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 49(4), 387-388. CCR #172

Peterson, J.T. (1968). Measurement of atmospheric aerosols and infrared radiation over northwest India and their relationship. ONR Tech. Rept. #38, Nonr 1202(07), Jan., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #173

Peterson, J.T. and R.A. Bryson (1968b). The influence of atmospheric particulates on the infrared radiation balance of northwest India. Proc. First Nat'l Conf. on Weather Modification, Albany, N.Y., April-May 1968, pp. 153-162. CCR #175

Schlesinger, R.E. (1968). A short numerical method of calculating heat content of lakes. ONR Tech. Rept. #39, Nonr 1202(07), Jan., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #176

Wahl, E.W. (1968). A comparison of the climate of the eastern United States during the 1830's with the current normals. Mon. Wea. Rev. 96(2), 73-82. CCR #177

Bryson, R.A. (1967a). Inadvertent climatic modification. UIR Res. Newsletter, Univ. of Wisconsin, pp. 11 & 14, Feb. Also as Will climate take a turn for the better? Sat. Rev. 13, 52-55, April 1967 and Contemporary Design, Third Quarter, 1967, pp. 20-22. Also in Novosti, October 1968. CCR #125

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1967b). Radiocarbon isochrones of the retreat of the Laurentide ice sheet. ONR Tech. Rept. #35, Nonr 1202(07), Dec., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. Also in Alberta Anthropologist 2(1), 9-15, 1968. CCR #130

Robinson, A.H. and R.A. Bryson (1957). A method for describing quantitatively the correspondence of geographical distribution. Annals Assoc. Amer. Geogr., 47(4) 379-391. Also listed in Index to the Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in Geography, 1968, p. 1 & 6. To be published in a book of readings titled “Population Geography: A Reader”, eds: Demko, Schnell, and Rose.


1967

Baerreis, D.A. and R.A. Bryson (1967). Climatic change and the Mill Creek culture of Iowa, Part I. Archiv. of Archaeo. #29, The Soc. for Am. Arch., pp. 1-34. Also Univ. of Wisconsin Press, Madison, WI, Micp. Cards 1-10. CCR #123

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson, and D.A. Baerreis (1967). University of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates III. Radiocarbon 9, 530-544. CCR #124

Bryson, R.A. (1967a). Inadvertent climatic modification. UIR Res. Newsletter, Univ. of Wisconsin, pp. 11 & 14, Feb. Also as Will climate take a turn for the better? Sat. Rev. 13, 52-55, April 1967 and Contemporary Design, Third Quarter, 1967, pp. 20-22. Also in Novosti, October 1968. CCR #125

Bryson, R.A. (1967b). The climatology of cities. Seminar on Air Pollution, Dec. 4, 1967. CCR #126

Bryson, R.A. and D.A. Baerreis (1967). Possibilities of major climatic modifications and their implications: Northwest India, a case for study. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 48(3), 136-142. CCR #128

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1967a). Tentative climatic patterns for some late-glacial and post-glacial episodes in central North America. In Life, Land and Water, Proc. 1966 Conf. on Envir. Studies of the Glacial Lake Agassiz Region, Univ. of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 1967, pp. 271-298.Also ONR Tech. Rept. #34, Nonr 1202(07), Nov., Dept. of Meteor. Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #129

Das, P.K. and M.L. Julka (1967). Stationary waves in the atmosphere generated by a heat source. Beitrage zur Physik der Atmosphare 40(3), 168-178. CCR #131

Kuhn, P.M. and J.D. McFadden (1967). Atmospheric Water Vapor Profiles Derived from Remote-Sensing Radiometer Measurements. Mon. Wea. Rev. 95(8),565-569. CCR #138

Kuhn, P.M., R.A. Ragotzkie, and V.K. Menon (1967). Double bolometer measurements of the effects of atmospheric radiators. ONR Tech. Rept. #30,Nonr 1202(07), Jan., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #139

Kutzbach, J.E. (1967). Empirical eigenvectors of sea-level pressure, surface temperature and precipitation complexes over North America. J. Appl. Meteor. 6(5), 791-802. CCR #140

Larsen, J.A. (1967). Ecotonal plant communities north of the forest border, Keewatin, N.W.T., central Canada. ONR Tech. Rept. #32, Nonr 1202(07), May, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #141

Lee, G. F. and W. Wilson (1967). Final Report the use of the Chemical composition of Freshwater Clamshells as Indicators of Paleohydrologic Conditions. CCR #142

Lettau, K. (1967). Regional and secular variations of phenological events in Milwaukee County. (distributed by the Wisconsin Phenological Society). CCR #143

McFadden, J.D. and R.A. Ragotzkie (1967). Climatological significance of albedo in central Canada. J. Geophys. Res. 72(4), 1135-1143. CCR #144

Menon, V.K and R.A. Ragotzkie (1967). Remote sensing by infrared and microwave radiometry. ONR Tech. Rept. #31, Nonr 1202(07), Feb., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #145

Mitchell, V.L. (1967). An investigation of certain aspects of tree growth rates in relation to climate in the central Canadian boreal forest. ONR Tech. Rept. #33, Nonr 1202(07), July, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #146

Nichols, H. and W. James (1967). A preliminary report on the pollen analysis of materials from the Phipps, Kimball and Witrock Sites in Iowa. In Climatic Change and the Mill Creek Culture of Iowa, (D.A. Baerreis and R.A. Bryson, eds.), Arch. of Archaeo. 29, 547-573. CCR #156

Peterson, J.T. and L.D. Drury (1967). Reduced values of solar radiationwith occurrence of dense smoke over the Canadian Tundra. Geogr. Bull. 9(3), 269-271. CCR #157

Wendland, W.M. (1967). Analysis of measured net radiation values for Canada. Geogr. Bull. 9(1), 1-10. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #19, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 1965. CCR #158

Wendland, W.M. and R.A. Bryson (1967). Aerial surveys of Hudson Bay surface temperature - 1967. ONR Tech. Rept. #36, Nonr 1202(07), Dec., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #159

White, F.D. and R.A. Bryson (1967). The radiative factor in the mean circulation of the Antarctic atmosphere during the polar night. Proc.Int'l Symp. on Polar Meteorology, Geneva, Switzerland, Sept. 1966, WMO Tech. Note #87, pp. 199-224. CCR #160


1966

Bryson, R.A. and W.M. Wendland (1967a). Tentative climatic patterns for some late-glacial and post-glacial episodes in central North America. In Life, Land and Water, Proc. 1966 Conf. on Envir. Studies of the Glacial Lake Agassiz Region, Univ. of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 1967, pp. 271-298.Also ONR Tech. Rept. #34, Nonr 1202(07), Nov., Dept. of Meteor. Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #129

Nichols, H. (1967h). Central Canadian palynology and its relevance to northwestern Europe in the late Quaternary period. Proc. Second Int'l Palynological Conf., Utrecht, Netherlands, 1966. Also Rev. Palaeobotany and Palynol. 2, 231-243. CCR #154

White, F.D. and R.A. Bryson (1967). The radiative factor in the mean circulation of the Antarctic atmosphere during the polar night. Proc.Int'l Symp. on Polar Meteorology, Geneva, Switzerland, Sept. 1966, WMO Tech. Note #87, pp. 199-224. CCR #160

Baerris, D.A. and R.A. Bryson (1966). Dating the panhandle aspect cultures. Bull. Okla. Anthro. Soc. 14, 105-116. CCR #102

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson and D.A. Baerreis (1966). University of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates II. Radiocarbon 8, 522-533. CCR #103

Christensen, W.I., Jr. and R.A. Bryson (1966). An investigation of the potential of component analysis for weather classification. Mon. Wea. Rev. 94(12), 697-709. CCR #106

Lahey, J.F. and R.A. Bryson (1966). A review of the climate of Wisconsin. In Geography of Wisconsin. A content outline by R.W. Finley, Dept. of Geography, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, College Printing and Typing Co., Inc., Madison, WI. CCR #109

Lettau, B. (1966). The use of sub-arctic bogs as natural climatic indicators. ONR Tech. Rept. #23, Nonr 1202(07), Jan., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Jan. Also Ph.D. dissertation. CCR #112

Lettau, K. and H.H. Lettau (1966). Glossary of terms frequently used in cloud physics. Am. Inst. of Physics March. CCR #113

Monkmeyer, P.L. and J.E. Kutzbach (1966). A higher order theory for deep water waves. Mathematics Res. Center, Tech. Summary Rept. #610, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. Also In Coastal Engineering, American Soc. of Civil Engineers, New York. CCR #114

Peske, G.R. (1966). Oneota settlement patterns and agricultural patterns in Winnebago County. Wis. Archaeol. 47(4), 188-195. CCR #115

Ragotzkie, R.A. and M. Bratnick (1966). Infrared Temperature Patterns on Lake Superior and Inferred Vertical Motions. Tech. Report No. 27. CCR #118

Ritzenthaler, R. (1966). Radiocarbon dates for Clam River focus. Wis. Archaeol. 47(4), 219-220. CCR #119

Weinman, J., V. Mitchell, and M. Nay (1966). PATRICK . . . Partially Automatic Tree Ring Interval Counter and Keypunch. Forest Products J. 16(7), 24. Also Tree-Ring Bull. 27(3-4), 12-15. CCR #120

Wendland, W.M. and R.A. Bryson (1966). Aerial survey of Hudson Bay surface temperature - 1965. ONR Tech. Rept. #28, Nonr 1202(07), July, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #121

Yarnell, R.A. (1966). Archaeological plant food remains from Wisconsin. Wis. Archaeol. 47(4), 196-202. CCR #122

Ragotzkie, R.A. and M. Bratnick (1965). Infrared temperature patterns on Lake Superior and inferred vertical motions. Proc. Eighth Conf., Great Lakes Res., Univ. of Michigan, pp. 349-357. Also ONR Tech Rept. #27, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, June 1966. CCR #96


1965

Wendland, W.M. (1967). Analysis of measured net radiation values for Canada. Geogr. Bull. 9(1), 1-10. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #19, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, 1965. CCR #158

Ragotzkie, R.A. (1966b). Surface temperature patterns of Lake Superior as measured by airborne infrared radiometer. Verh. Internat. Verein Limn. 16, 116-117. Paper given at XVI Limnology Congress in Warsaw, Poland, Aug.1965. CCR #117

Wendland, W.M. and R.A. Bryson (1966). Aerial survey of Hudson Bay surface temperature - 1965. ONR Tech. Rept. #28, Nonr 1202(07), July, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #121

Bender, M.M., R.A. Bryson, and D.A. Baerreis (1965). Univ. of Wisconsin radiocarbon dates I. Radiocarbon 7, 399-407. CCR #78

Bryson, R.A. (1965). Recent climatic episodes in North America.Proc. 21st Southeastern Archaeological Conference, Bull. #3, pp. 78-81. CCR #79

Bryson, R.A., W.N. Irving, and J.A. Larsen (1965). Radiocarbon and soils evidence of former forest in the southern Canadian tundra. Science 147(3653), 46-48. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #21, Nonr 1202(07), July, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #80

Butzer, K.W. and C.L. Hansen (1965). Upper pleistocene stratigraphy in southern Egypt. Wenner-Gren Fnd. Symp. on Systematic Invest. of African Later Tertiary and Quaternary. CCR #81

Finke, D.D. and W.M. Wendland (1965). A correction for the net radiometer reflection error, and analysis of measured net radiation values for Canada. ONR Tech. Rept. #19, Nonr 1202(07), July, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #82

Giovinetto, M. and W. Schwerdtfeger (1965). Analysis of a 200 years series of snow accumulation data at the South Pole. Archiv fur Meteorologie, Geophysik und Bioklimatologie Sezie A, Vol. 15, No. 2. CCR #83

Kuhn, P.M. (1965). International radiometersonde intercomparisons. WMO Bull., July, pp. 162-164. CCR #84

Kuhn, P.M. and V.E. Suomi (1965). Airborne radiometer measurements of the effects of particulates on terrestrial flux. J. Appl. Meteor. 4(2),246-252. CCR #85

Kutzbach, J.E., ed. (1965). Proceedings of the seminar on possible responses of weather phenomena to variable extra-terrestrial influences. NCAR Technical Note TN-8, Boulder, CO. CCR #86

Kutzbach, J.E. and E. Wahl (1965). The representation of scalar fields with functions orthogonal in polar coordinates. J. Appl. Meteor. 4, 542-544. CCR #87

Larsen, J.A. (1965). The vegetation of the Ennadai Lake area, Northwest Territories, Canada: Studies in sub-arctic and arctic bioclimatology. Ecological Monographs 35, 37-59. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #18, Nonr 1202(07), Jan., Dept.of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #88

Lettau, H.H. (1965). Studies of the effects of variations in boundary conditions on the atmospheric boundary layer. UW Final Report 1965, Contract DA-36-039-AMC-00878 (E). CCR #89

Lettau, K. (1965). A new method for predicting the blooming date of spring flowers. Wis. Acad. Trans. 54(A), 135-142. CCR #90

Likens, G.E. and R.A. Ragotzkie (1965). Vertical water motions in a small ice-covered lake. J. Geophys. Res. 70(10), 2333-2344. CCR #91

Mani, A., C.R. Sreedharan, and V. Srinivasan (1965). Measurements of infrared radiative fluxes over India. J. Geophys. Res. 70, 4529-2536. CCR #92

McFadden, J.D. (1965). The interrelationship of lake ice and climate in central Canada. ONR Tech. Rept. #20, Nonr 1202(07), July, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #93

Nichols, H. (1965). Climate and post-glacial forest history in southwest Keewatin, Northwest Territories: Palynological evidence. INQUA Abstracts, p. 361. CCR #94

Peterson, J.T. (1965). On the distribution of lake temperatures in central Canada as observed from the air. ONR Tech. Rept. #22, Nonr 1202(07), Dec., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. Also M.S. Thesis, Dept. of Meteor. Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #95

Ragotzkie, R.A. and M. Bratnick (1965). Infrared temperature patterns on Lake Superior and inferred vertical motions. Proc. Eighth Conf., Great Lakes Res., Univ. of Michigan, pp. 349-357. Also ONR Tech Rept. #27, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, June 1966. CCR #96

Ragotzkie, R.A. and I. Friedman (1965). Low deuterium content of Lake Vanda, Antarctica. Science 148(3674), 1226-1227. CCR #97

Schwerdtfeger, W. and G. Gutman (1965). The role of latent and sensible heat for the development of a high pressure system over the sub-tropical Andes, in the summer. Meteorologische Rundschau 18(3), 69-75. Also in Annual Report, USWB Grant WBG25, pp. 95-123, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #98

Shinn, J.H. (1965). Low speed shear flow in a wind tunnel over flat wood surfaces and the determination of the local drag coefficients and convective heat transfer coefficients. Final Report on Wind Tunnel Studies under Master Memo. No. 12-11-012(560), Supplement 4, USDA Forest Service, Forest Products Lab. and the Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #99

Shulman, M.D. and R.A. Bryson (1965). A statistical study of dendroclimatic relationships in south central Wisconsin. J. Appl. Meteor. 4, 107-111. CCR #100

Wahl, E.W. (1965). Beobachtung (Ortung) der Flugkorpen von der Erde ans, Parts I & II, VDI Zeitschrift 107, 1399-1405; 1440-1445. CCR #101


1964

Bryson, R.A. (1964). Lakes and the air-water interface. Proc. XV International Congress of Limnolgy, Madison, Wisconsin, 1962, pp. 237-246. CCR #51

Bryson, R.A. and R.A. Ragotzkie (1964). 'Mud-center' tundra lakes. Limnol. and Oceanogr. 9, 146-147. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #12, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #52

Corcoran, J.L. and L.H, Horn (1964). The role of synoptic scale variations of infrared radiation in the generation of available potential energy. Annual Report, USWB Grant No. 10, Project No. 4, Oct., Dept. of Meteor. Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #53

Knollenberg, R. (1964). The distribution of string bogs in central Canada in relation to climate. ONR Tech. Rept. #14, Nonr 1202(07), Aug., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #54

Kung, E.C., R.A. Bryson and D.H. Lenschow (1964). Study of a continental surface albedo on the basis of flight measurements and structure of the earth's surface cover over North America. Mon. Wea. Rev. 92(12), 543-564. CCR #55

Lenschow, D. and J. Dutton (1964). Surface temperature variations measured from an airplane over several surface types. J. Appl. Meteor. 3, 65-69. CCR #58

Lettau, H.H. and H. Hoeber (1964). Uber die bestimmung der hoehenverteilung von schubspannung und austausch in der atmosphaerischen reibungsschict. Beitr. Phys. Atmos. 37, 105-118. CCR #62

Lettau, H.H. and K. Lettau (1964). A meteorological study of dry-fallout of radioactive debris. Archiv. Meteor. Geophys., Bioklimat. A14, 218-232. CCR #63

Lettau, K. and F. White (1964). Fourier analysis of India rainfall. Indian J. of Meteor. and Geophy. 15(1), 27-38. CCR #64

Ragotzkie, R.A. (1964b). An aviation research facility for the atmospheric Science. Report of the NCAR Nat'l Aircraft Facility Survey Group, 1964, NCAR Tech. Notes 64-1. CCR #66

Ragotzkie, R.A. and G.E. Likens (1964). The heat balance of two Antarctic lakes. Limnol. and Oceanogr. 9(3), 412-425. CCR #67

Sargeant, D.H., W.P. Birkemeier, G.T. Bergemann, and C.M. Beamer (1964). Preliminary troposcatter phase and amplitude measurements in a radio-meteorological experiment. Proc. 1964 World Conf. on Radiometeorology, Boulder, CO. CCR #68

Schwerdtfeger, W. and D.W. Martin (1964). The zonal flow of the free atmosphere between 10`N and 80`S, in the South American sector. J. Appl. Meteor. 3(6), 726-733. CCR #69

Schwerdtfeger, W. and N. Strommen (1964). Structure of a cold front near the center of an extratropical depression. Mon. Wea. Rev. 92(11), 523-531. CCR #70

Scott, J.T. (1964). A comparison of the heat balance of lakes in winter. ONR Tech. Rept. #13, Nonr 1202(07), Apr., Dept. of Meteorology, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #71

Stearns, C.R. (1964). Report on wind profile modification experiments using fields of Christmas trees on the ice of Lake Mendota. Annual Report, DA-36-039-AMC-00878 (USA ERDA Fort Huachuca, AZ), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, pp. 59-97. CCR #72

Stewart, R. (1964). On the estimation of lake depth from the period of the Seiche. Limnol. and Oceanogr. 9(4), 606-607. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #17, Nonr 1202(07), Oct., Dec., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #73

Super, A.B. (1964). Preliminary results of an air mass modification study over Lake Mendota. Annual Report, DA-36-039-AMC-00878 (USA ERDA, Fort Huachuca, AZ), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, pp. 1-21. CCR #74

Turner, J.C. (1964). A thermal response experiment on lake ice. Annual Report, DA-36-039-AMC-00878 (USA ERDA Fort Huachuca, AZ), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, pp. 23-58. CCR #75


1963

Lenters, J.D., M.T. Coe, and J.A. Foley (2000). Surface water balance of the continental United States, 1963-1995: Regional evaluation of a terrestrial biosphere model and the NCEP/NCAR reanalysis. Journal of Geophysical Research 105(D17), 22393-22425. CCR #752: PDF

Kutzbach, J.E. and R.A. Bryson (1974). Variance spectrum of Holocene climatic fluctuations in the north Atlantic sector. J. Atmos. Sci. 31(8), 1958-1963. Also in Proc. WMO/IAMAP Symp. on Long-Term Climatic Fluctuations, WMO No. 421, pp. 97-104, Aug. 1975. CCR #308

Bryson, R.A., C.A. Wilson III, and P.M. Kuhn (1963). Some Preliminary Results from Radiation Sonde Ascents Over India. Proc. WMO - IUGG Symp. on Tropical Meteor., Roturua, New Zealand, Nov. 1963. CCR #31

Dalrymple, P., H.H. Lettau, and S.H. Wallaston (1963). South polemicro-meteorological program, Part II: Data analysis. Tech. Rept. ES-7, Quartermaster Res. Engineering Center, Natich, Mass., 94 pp. CCR #32

Dana, M., J. Zimmerman, and K. Lettau (1963). Lilac blossoming and Wisconsin weather. Wis. Acad. Rev. Winter, pp. 33-36. CCR #33

Dutton, J. (1963). The rate of change of the kinetic energy spectrum of flow in a compressible fluid. J. Atmos. Sci. 20, 107-114. CCR #34

Horn, L.H. and R.A. Bryson (1963). An analysis of the geostrophic kinetic energy spectrum of large scale atmospheric turbulence. J. Geophys.Res. 68(4), 1059-1064. CCR #35

Kutzbach, J.E. and R.A. Bryson (1963). A field measurement of the speed of propagation of wind waves as a function of wavelength. Limnol. and Oceanogr. 8, 157-160. CCR #39

Lettau, H.H., P.C. Dalrymple, and S.H. Wollaston (1963). South Pole surface energy budget. Int'l Assoc. of Scientific Hydrology (TUGG), General Assembly of Berkeley, Publ. No. 61, Gentbrugge, (Belgique), pp. 18-23. CCR #43

Lettau, K. (1963). A phenological study of lake ice in Wisconsin. Wis. Academy Rev. 167-171, Fall. CCR #44

McFadden, J.D. and R.A. Ragotzkie (1963). Aerial mapping of surface temperature pattern of Lake Michigan. Pub. No. 10, Great Lakes Res. Div., The Univ. of Michigan, pp. 55-58. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #11, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #45

Rossby, S.A. and J.J. Skiles (1963). Instrumentation and control in atmospheric research. J. Eng. Ed. 53(10). CCR #46

Skiles, J.J., R.A. Ragotzkie, J.D. McFadden, T.A. Grzelak and R.S. Dixon (1963). An airborne instrumentation system for microwave and infrared radiometry. Proc. 2nd Symp. on Remote Sensing of the Envir., 15-17 Oct. 1962, Inst. of Sci. and Tech., Univ. of Michigan, pp. 175-185. CCR #47

Stearns, C.R. and H.H. Lettau (1963). Report on two windprofile modification experiments in airflow over the ice of Lake Mendota. Ann. Rept. 1963, Studies of the effects of variations in boundary conditions on the atmospheric boundary layer, Contract DA-36-039-AMC-00878, Univ. of Wisconsin, Sec. 4, USA ERDA, Fort Huachuca, AZ, pp. 115-138. CCR #48

Schwerdtfeger, W. (1962). The southern circumpolar vortex and the spring warming of the polar stratosphere. Res. Rept. USWB, Contract CWB 10240, Sept. Also in Proc. Intn'l Symp. on Stratospheric and Mesospheric Circulation at Berlin, Meteorologische Abhandlungen, Institut fur Meteorologie und Geophysik der Freien Universitat Berlin, Vol. XXXVI, pp. 207-224, 1963. CCR #17


1962

Bryson, R.A. (1964). Lakes and the air-water interface. Proc. XV International Congress of Limnolgy, Madison, Wisconsin, 1962, pp. 237-246. CCR #51

Bryson, R.A. (1963a). The resonance theory of the origin of certain typhoons associated with easterly waves. J. Trop. Geogr. 17, 38-45. Paper presentedat Conf. of SE Asian Geographers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya, Apr. 1-8, 1962. CCR #28

Skiles, J.J., R.A. Ragotzkie, J.D. McFadden, T.A. Grzelak and R.S. Dixon (1963). An airborne instrumentation system for microwave and infrared radiometry. Proc. 2nd Symp. on Remote Sensing of the Envir., 15-17 Oct. 1962, Inst. of Sci. and Tech., Univ. of Michigan, pp. 175-185. CCR #47

Astling, E. and L.H. Horn (1962). Empirical and theoretical studies of atmospheric energetics: A study of terrestrial radiation measured by Tiros II. Ann. Rept., USWB Contract CWB 10240, Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #1

Bryson, R.A. (1962). Summary of the conference on the climate of the 11th and 16th centuries. Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 43, 654-657. CCR #2

Bryson, R.A. and P.M. Kuhn (1962). Some regional heat budget values for Northern Canada. Geogr. Bull. (Canada) 17, 57-65. CCR #3

Dutton, J.A. and R.A. Bryson (1962). Heat flux in Lake Mendota. Limnol.and Oceanogr. 7(1), 80-97. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #2, Nonr 1202(07), Jan., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #6

Hamilton, H.L., Jr. (1962). Spatially continuous measurements of temperature profiles through an air-water interface. Final Rept., DA-36-039-SC-80282 (USEPG, Fort Huachuca, AZ), Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #7

Larsen, J.A. (1962). Major vegetation types of Western Ontario and Manitoba from aerial photographs. ONR Tech. Rept. #7, Nonr 1202(07), Feb.,Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #8

Ragotzkie, R.A. (1962). The effect of air stability on the development of wind waves on lakes. Limnol. and Oceanogr. 7(2), 248-251. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #9, Nonr 1202(07), Sept., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #13

Ragotzkie, R.A. and J.D. McFadden (1962). Operation freezeup, an aerial reconaissance of climate and lake ice in central Canada. ONR Tech. Rept. #10, Nonr 1202(07), Nov., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #14

Sabatini, R.R. and V.E. Suomi (1962). On the possibility of atmospheric infrared cooling estimates from satellite observations. J. Atmos. Sci. 19, 349-350. CCR #15

Sabbagh, M.E. and R.A. Bryson (1962). An objective precipitation climatology of Canada. Annals AAG 52,426-440. Also ONR Tech. Rept. #8, Nonr 1202 (07), Apr., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #16

Schwerdtfeger, W. (1962). The southern circumpolar vortex and the spring warming of the polar stratosphere. Res. Rept. USWB, Contract CWB 10240, Sept. Also in Proc. Intn'l Symp. on Stratospheric and Mesospheric Circulation at Berlin, Meteorologische Abhandlungen, Institut fur Meteorologie und Geophysik der Freien Universitat Berlin, Vol. XXXVI, pp. 207-224, 1963. CCR #17

Scott, J.T. and R.A. Ragotzkie (1962). Heat budget of an ice covered inland lake. ONR Tech. Rept. #6, Nonr 1202(07), Oct., Dept. of Meteor., Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #18

Stearns, C.R. (1962). Micrometeorological installation on Lake Mendota.Final Rept., Contract DA-36-039-SC-80282, pp. 7-46 (CUSEPG, Fort Huachuca, AZ), Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison. CCR #19

Wahl, E. (1962). The determination of upper air densities from the frictional heating of a satellite probe. J. Atmos. Sci. 20, 366-371. CCR #22

Wang, J.T. (1962). Agricultural Meteorology, 500 pp. CCR #23

Wang, J.Y. and S.C. Wang (1962). A simple graphical approach of Penman's method for evaporation estimates. J. Appl. Meteor. 1(4), 582-588. CCR #27


1961

Gallimore, R.G., B.L. Otto-Bliesner, and J.E. Kutzbach (1986). The effects of improved parameterizations for orography, snowcover, surface fluxes and condensational processes on the climate of a low resolution GCM. J. Atmos. Sci. 43(18), 1961-1983. CCR #548: PDF © Copyright 15 September 1986 AMS

Lettau, H.H. (1962c). Theoretical wind spirals in the boundary layer of a barotropic atmosphere. Beitraege zur Physik d. Atmosph. 35(3/4), 195-212. Also Tech. Note #7, DA-36-039-SC-80282, July 1961. CCR #11

Suomi, V.E. (1962a). Differential cooling from satellite observations. Proc. International Meteor. Satellite Workshop, Washington, D.C., Nov. 1961. CCR #20

Bryson, R.A. and J.A. Dutton (1961). Some aspects of the variance spectra of tree rings and varves. Annals New York Acad. Sci., 95, Art. 1, 580-604. Presented: NY Acad. Sci.

Ragotzkie, R.A. (1961). The problem of air pollution. Discourse (Concordia College, Moorehead, MN) pp. 18-28. Winter 1961-62, presented spring 1961.

Snyder, E.P., L.H. Horn, and D.R. Johnson (1961). Stratification of upper level winds using height differences and geostrophic vorticity. Sci. Rept. No. 5, AF 19(604) 5191.

Van Arsdel, E.P., A.J. Riker, T.F. Kouba, V.E. Suomi, and R.A. Bryson (1961). The climatic distribution of blister rust on white pine inWisconsin. Station Paper #87. Lake States Forest Experiment Station USDA.

Lettau, H.H. (1961). A generalized mathematical model of the mean-velocity distribution in fully turbulent flow. Tech Rept. #3 DA-36-039-SC-80282.

Shulman, M.D. and R.A. Bryson (1961). The vertical variation of wind-driven currents in Lake Mendota. ONR tech Rept. #4, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison.

Haines, D.A. and R.A. Bryson (1961). An empirical study of wind factor inLake Mendota. ONR tech Rept. #5, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison.

Kung, E.C. and H.H. Lettau (1961). Regional and meridional distributions of continental vegetation cover and aerodynamic roughness parameters. Tech Rept. #6 DA-36-039-SC-80282.

Horn, L.H. and D.R. Johnson (1961). The jet-stream as a stratification parameter for the 500 mb geostrophic wind field over Europe. Met. Rundschau, 15, 140-145. Also Sci. Rept. #6 AFCRL-TN-61-1002, Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison.

Bryson, R.A. and P.M. Kuhn (1961). Stress-differential induced divergence with application to littoral precipitation. Erdkunde, 15(4) 287-294.

Bryson, R.A. (1961). Research in physical liminology in the University of Wisconsin Dept. of Meteorology, 1949-1961. Paper presented at the First National Coastal and Shallow Water Research Conference, Tallahassee, FL. Pp. 500-504.

Ragotzkie, R.A. (1961). Phytoplankton communities, CO2, and O2 changes. Lim & Oc., 6(3) 367-368.

Wang, J.Y. (1961). The phyto-climate of Wisconsin. Moisture: normals and hazards. Part A. rainfall. Res. Rept. #7-A. Ag. Exp. Stu. UW, 63pp.

Wang, J.Y. and G.L. Barger (1961). Bibliography of agricultural meteorology. UW Press, pp. 673.

Ardis, C.V., Jr. (1961). An objective method of forecasting thunderstorms at Truax Field, Madison, WI. Bull. AMS, 42, 166-174.

Lettau, H.H. (1961). A theoretical model of temperature variations at the surface of an orbiting satellite. Tech Note #3 DA-36-039-SC-80282. Also J. Geoph. Res., 66, 3693.

Kung, E.C. (1961). Derivation of roughness parameters from wind profile data above tall vegetation. Tech Note #4 DA-36-039-SC-80282.

Burgy, R.H. (1961). Aerodynamic drag in tall vegetation. Tech Note #3 DA-36-039-SC-80282.

Dutton, J.A. (1961). Estimate of surface albedo from measurements of beam and hemispheric radiation. Tech Note #2 DA-36-039-SC-80282.

Robinson, S.M. (1961). A method for machine computation of wind profile parameters. Tech Note #1 DA-36-039-SC-80282.

Schoffer, P. and V.E. Suomi (1961). A direct current motor integrator for radiation measurements. Solar Energy, 5, 29-32.

Bushnell, R.H. and V.E. Suomi (1961). Experimental flight verification of the economical net radiometer. J. Geoph. Res., 66, 2843-2848.

Weinstein, M. and V.E. Suomi (1961). Analysis of satellite infrared radiation measurements on a synoptic scale. Mon. Wea. Rev., 89, 419-428.

House, F.B. and J.R. Blankenship (1961). Applications of infrared measurements in meteorology. Air Wea. Service Tech. Rept. 157.

Suomi, V.E. (1961). Earth’s thermal radiation balance; preliminary results from Explorer VII. IGY Bull., #52. Also Trans. AGU, 42(4), 467-474.

Scott, J.T. and R.A. Ragotzkie (1961). Heat budget of an ice covered inland lake. ONR tech Rept. #6, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison.

Johnson, D.R. and L.H. Horn (1961). Stratification of the 300 mb geostrophic windfield by grosswetter types. Sci. Rept. No. 7, USAF Contr. AF 19(604) 5191, Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison.

Kutzbach, J.E. (1961). Investigation of modification of wind profiles by artifically controlled surface roughness. In “Studies of the Three Dimensional Structure of the Planetary Boundary Layer”. Annual Rept., contract DA-36-039-SC-80282, pp. 71-113, Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison.


1960

Sanchez, W.A. and J.E. Kutzbach (1974). Climate of the American tropics and subtropics in the 1960's and possible comparisons with climatic variations of the last millenium. Quat. Res. 4(2), 128-135. CCR #319


1959

Dutton, J.A. (1959). Space and time response of airborne sensors for the measurement of ground parameters. ONR Tech Rept. #1, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison.

Clarke, D.B. and R.A. Bryson (1959). An investigation of the circulation over second Point Bar, Lake Mendota. Lim & Oc., 4, 140-144. Also Lakes and Streams Report No. 16.

Bryson, R.A. and C.R. Stearns (1959). A mechanism for the mixing of waters of Lake Huron and South Bay, Manitoulin Island. Lim & Oc., 4, 246-251.

Lahey, J.F. and R.A. Bryson, et al. (1959). Summary data tabulation of 300 mb flow characteristics for the Northern Hemisphere. Final Report Pt. II, AF 19(604) 2278.

Newman, J.E. and J.Y. Wang (1959). Defining agricultural seasons in the middle latitudes. Agronomy Journal, 51, 579-582.

Staley, D.O. (1959). Some observation of surface-wind oscillation in a heated basin. J. Met., 16, 364-370.

Kuhn, P.M., V.E. Suomi, and G. Darkow (1959). Soundings of terrestrial radiation flux over Wisconsin. Mon. Wea. Rev., 87(4), 129-135. Also Final Report CWB 9475.

Lettau, H.H. (1959). Research problems in micrometeorology. Final Rept. DA36-039-SC-80063.

Businger, J.A. (1959). A generalization of the mixing-length concept. J. Met., 16(5), 516-523.

Lettau, H.H. (1959). Wind profile, surface stress, and geostrophic drag coefficients in the atmospheric surface layer. In “Atmospheric Diffusion and Air Pollution”. Eds: F.N. Frenkiel and P.A. Sheppard. Advances in Geophysics, Academic Press, NY, 241 pp.

Suomi, V.E. and R.J. Parent (1959). A simple high capacity digital output data storage system for space experiments. UW Eng. Exp. Sta. Reprint No. 432.

Parent, R.J., H.H. Miller, V.E. Suomi, and W. B. Swift (1959). Instrumentation fo a thermal radiation budget satellity. Proc. Nat’l Electronics Conf., 15, 824. Hotel Sherman, Chicago, UW Eng. Exp. Sta. Reprint No. 400, 16pp.

Chang, J. (1959). Zonal indicies as related to the winter climate in East Asia. Annals AAG, 49(2), 156-163.

Bryson, R.A. and J.A. Dutton (1959). The variance spectra of certain natural series. Paper at Symposium on Quantitative Methods in Geography, Allerton Hotel, Chicago. Also in Quantitative Geography, Vol. II: Physical and Cartographic Topics, Northwestern Univ. Press, Evanston, IL.

Blakenship, J.R., R.A.Bryson, and L.H. Horn (1959). An experiment in the interpolation of pressure contour patterns in areas of missing data. Sci. Rept. No. 1, USAF Contract AD 19(604) 5191.

Christenson, W.I., R.A.Bryson, and C.W. Hutchins (1959). An experiment in stratified climatology of upper winds. Sci. Rept. No. 2, AF 19(604) 5191.

Johnson, D.R. and R.A.Bryson (1959). Linear prediction of upper winds after stratification. Sci. Rept. No. 3, AF 19(604) 5191.

Corzine, H.A., R.A.Bryson, and L.H. Horn (1959). Some attempts at the extrapolation of stratospheric pressure patterns using tropospheric data. Sci. Rept. No. 4, AF 19(604) 5191.

Bauer, K.G. and J.A. Dutton (1959). Flight investigations of surface albedo. Tech Rept. #2 DA-36-039-SC-80282.

Lahey, J.F., R.A. Bryson, et al. (1959). Atlas of 300 mb wind characteristics, University of Wisconsin Press. Also Final Rept. Pt. 1, AF 19(604)2278.

Horn, L.H. and R.A. Bryson (1959). Harmonic analysis of the annual march of precipitation over the United States. Annals AAG, 50, 157-171.

Suomi, V.E. (1959). Radiation measurements of the earth from an artificial satellite. Rockets and Satellites in IGY.

Bryson, R.A. and R.A. Ragotzkie (1959). On internal waves in lakes. Lim & Oc., 5, 397-408. Also based on Lakes and Streams Report No. 11.

Wang, J.Y. (1959). A critique of heat unit approach to plant response studies. Ecology, 14, 785-790.

Lathbury, A., R.A. Bryson, and H. Lettau (1959). Some observations of currents in the hypolimnion of Lake Mendota. Lim & Oc., 5, 409-413.

Ragotzkie, R.A. (1959). Compilation of freezing and thawing dates for lakes in north central United States and Canada. ONR tech Rept. #3, Nonr 1202(07), Dept. of Meteorology, UW-Madison.

Suomi, V.E., P.M. Kuhn, R. Bushnell, and G.L. Darkow (1959). Infrared radiation measurements in the atmosphere. Annual Rept., CWB 9757.

Lettau, H.H. (1959). Comments on distribution of surface friction in hurricanes. J. Met., 17, 378-379.

Suomi, V.E. and P.M. Kuhn (1959). A note on use of an economical thermal transducer as a net radiometer. Bull. AMS, 41, 31.

Wang, J.Y. (1959). Bibliography of agricultural meteorology at the University of Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin, 41pp.


1958

Kutzbach, J.E. and R.A. Bryson (1974). Variance spectrum of Holocene climatic fluctuations in the north Atlantic sector. J. Atmos. Sci. 31(8), 1958-1963. Also in Proc. WMO/IAMAP Symp. on Long-Term Climatic Fluctuations, WMO No. 421, pp. 97-104, Aug. 1975. CCR #308

Lathbury, A. and R.A. Bryson (1958). Studies of the physiographic features of Lake Mendota; I sublacustrin gullies. Lakes and Streams Report No. 17.

Lahey, J.F., R.A. Bryson, and E. Wahl (1958). Atlas of five-day normal sea-level pressure charts from the northern hemisphere. University of Wisconsin Press. Also Sci. Rept. No. 7, AF 19(604) 992.

Lahey, J.F., R.A. Bryson, et al. (1958). Atlas of 500 mb wind characteristics. University of Wisconsin Press. Aslo Sci. Rept. No. 9, AF 19(604) 992.

Essenwanger, O., L.H. Horn, and R.A. Bryson (1958). Half-hemispheric 500 mb topography description by means of orthogonal polynomials, part II specification. Sci. Rept. No. 11, AF 19(604) 992.

Bryson, R.A., J.F Lahey, W.L. Somervell, and E. Wahl (1958). Atlas of monthly, seasonal, and annual 500 mb normals, with monthly standard deviations. Sci. Rept. No. 8, AF 19(604) 992.

Suomi, V.E. and P.M. Kuhn (1958). An economical net radiometer. Tellus, 10, 160-163.

Kuhn, P.M. and V.E. Suomi (1958). Airborne measurements of albedo. J. Met., 15, 1722-174.

Kuhn, P.M., G. Darkow, and V.E. Suomi (1958). A mesoscale investigation of pre-tornado thermal environments. Bull. AMS, 39, 224-228.

Suomi, V.E., P.M. Kuhn, and D.O. Staley (1958). Direct measurements of infrared radiation divergence to 160 mb. QJRMS, 84, 134-141.

Staley, D.O. and L.H. Horn (1958). A numerical experiment with wind variations in the planetary boundary layer. Arch. Fur. Met. Geoph. Bioklim., 10, 328-338.

Horn, L.H. (1958). The relative performance of various cup anemometer in a gusty wind. Arch. Fur. Met. Geoph. Bioklim., 9, 231-237.

Wang, J.Y. and V.E. Suomi (1958). The phyto-climate of Wisconsin temperature, normals, and hazards. Res. Rept. No. 2, Ag. Exp. Sta. U. of Wis., 39pp.

Wang, J.Y. (1958). More accurate predictions of corn maturity date. Food Packer, 39(17) 36-37.

Lahey, J.F. (1958). On the origin of the dry climate in northern South America and the southern Caribbean. Sci. Rept. No. 10, AF 19(604) 992.

Bryson, R.A. and J.F. Lahey (1958). The march of the seasons. Final Report AF 19(604) 992. PDF.

Tanner, C.B. and V.E. Suomi (1958). A max-min dew-point hygrometer. Trans. AGU, 39, 63-66.

Darkow, G., V.E. Suomi, and P.M. Kuhn (1958). Surface thermal patterns as a tornado forecast aid. Bull. AMS, 39(10), 532-537.

Businger, J.A. and V.E. Suomi (1958). Variance spectra of the vertical wind component derived from observations with the sonic anemometer O’Neil, NE in 1953. Arch. Fur. Met. Geoph. Bioklim., 10, 415-425.

Suomi, V.E. and R.J. Parent (1958). Satellite instrumentation for measurement of the thermal radiation budget of the earth. Proc. 1958 Nat’l Telemeterin Conf., p.186.

Larsen, J.A. and J.F. Lahey (1958). Influence of weather upon a ruffed grouse population. Jour. Wildlife Mgmt., 22(1), 63-70.


1957

Horn, L.H., R.A. Bryson, and W.P. Lowry (1957). An objective precipitation climatology of the United States. Sci. Rept. No. 6, AF 19(604) 992.

Robinson, A.H. and R.A. Bryson (1957). A method for describing quantitatively the correspondence of geographical distribution. Annals Assoc. Amer. Geogr., 47(4) 379-391. Also listed in Index to the Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series in Geography, 1968, p. 1 & 6. To be published in a book of readings titled “Population Geography: A Reader”, eds: Demko, Schnell, and Rose.

Suomi, V.E. (1957). Chapters in “Exploring the Atmosphere’s First Mile”, ed: H.H. Lettau. Pergamon Press, pp. 24, 39-40, 183-187, 256-272.

Wang, J.Y. and V.E. Suomi (1957). The phyto-climate of Wisconsin. The growing season. Res. Rept. No. 1, Ag. Exp. Sta. U. of Wis., 22pp.

Suomi, V.E. and P.M. Kuhn (1957). Energy budget data: Project prairie grass. Sci. Rept. No. 6, AF 19(122) 461, CWB 8205.

Lettau, H.H. (1957). Windprofil, innere reibung und energieumsatz in den untteren 500 m uber dem meer. Beitraege z. Phys. Der Atm., 30(1) 78-96.

Staley, D.O. (1957). A study of tropopause formation. Beitraege z. Phys. Der Atm., 29(4) 290-316.


1956

Bryson, R.A. and P.M. Kuhn (1956). Half-hemispheric 500 mb topography desciption by means of ortliogonal polynomials, part I, computations. Sci. Rept. No. 4, AF19(604) 992.

Bryson, R.A. and W.W. Bunge, Fr. (1956). The ‘stress-drop jet’ in Lake Mendota. Lim. & Oc. 1(1), 42-46.

Senn, H.V. and R.A. Bryson (1956). Preliminary report on the Lorenz Integrated Wave number. Sci. Rept. No. 5, AF 19(604) 992.

Bunge, W.W., Jr., and R.A. Bryson (1956). Ice on Wisconsin Lakes, Part 1. Lakes and Streams Report No. 13.

Bunge, W.W., Jr., and R.A. Bryson (1956). Ice on Wisconsin Lakes, Part 3. Lakes and Streams Report No. 14.

Bunge, W.W., Jr., and R.A. Bryson (1956). Ice on Wisconsin Lakes, Part 2. Lakes and Streams Report No. 15.

Wang, J.Y. and R.A. Bryson (1956). A study of phytometeorological effects on the growth and development of peas. Supported by Green Giant Canning Co., 165pp.

Tanner, C.B. and V.E. Suomi (1956). Lithium chloride dewcell properties and use for dewpoint and valor pressure gradient measurements. Trans. AGU, 37, 413-420.

King, K.M., C.B. Tanner, and V.E. Suomi (1956). A floating lysimeter and its evaporation recorder. Trans. AGU, 37, 728-742.

Bryson, R.A. (1956). Cold air and Wisconsin winters. Wis. Acad. Rev., 3, 5-7.


1955

Bryson, R.A. and R.A. Ragotzkie (1955). Rate of water replacement in a bay of Lake Mendota. Am. J. Sci., 253, 533-539. Also in Lakes and Streams Report No. 12, Oct.

Bryson, R.A. and W.P. Lowry (1955). Synoptic climatology of the Arizona summer precipitation singularity. Bull. AMS, 253, 533-539.

Bryson, R.A. and P.M. Kuhn (1955). On the measurement of bottom stress in lakes. Trans. Am. Geoph. Union, 34(4), 612-614.

Bryson, R.A. and J.F. Lahey (1955). Factors in Wisconsin rainfall. Supported by Wisc. Valley Improv. Corp. grant.

Bryson, R.A., J.F. Lahey, P.M. Kuhn, and L.H. Horn (1955). Singularities in the sequence of European grosswetter types. Sci. Rept. No. 2, AF19(604) 992.

Bryson, R.A. (1955). Certain patterns related to the diffusion of sewage effluent entering Lake Waubesa. The Madison Lakes Problem, Oscar Mayer and Co.

McCutchan, M. H. and R.A. Bryson (1955). On the quantitative characterization of low pressure centers. Sci. Rept. No. 3, AF19(604) 992.

Bryson, R.A. (1955). Convective heat transfer with light winds. Trans. AGU, 36(2), 209-212.

Ragotzkie, R.A. and R.A. Bryson (1955). Hydrography of the Duplin River, Sapelo Island, Georgia. Bull. Mar. Sci. Gulf & Carib. 5(4), 297-314.


1954

Suomi, V.E., M. Fraussila, and N.F. Islitzer (1954). An improved net radiation instrument. Journal Met., 11, 276-281.


1953

Ragotzkie, R.A. and R.A. Bryson (1953). Correlation of currents with the distribution of adult Daphnia in Lake Mendota. J. of Marine Res. 12(2), 157-172. Also in Lakes and Streams Report No. 7, Nov. 1952.

Ragotzkie, R.A. (1953). Laboratory experiments on Daphnia. Lakes and Streams Report No. 10, Nov. 1953.

Verber, J.L., R.A. Bryson, and R.A. Ragotzkie (1953). Short time variation of temperature in Lake Mendota, Wisconsin. Ohio Journal of Science, 53(2) 72-76.

Ragotzkie, R.A. and R.A. Bryson (1953). Correlation of currents with the distribution of adult Daphnia in Lake Mendota. J. of Marine Res. 12(2), 157-172. Also in Lakes and Streams Report No. 7, Nov. 1952.


1952

Bryson, R.A. and V.E. Suomi (1952). The circulation of Lake Mendota. Trans. AGU, 33 (5) 707-712.

Bryson, R.A., V.E. Suomi, and C.R. Stearns (1952). The stress of the wind on Lake Mendota. Lakes and Streams Report No. 6. Revised and amplified as Master’s thesis of Charles R. Stearns.

Islitzer, N. (1952). Translation of Contribution to theoretical limnology, by A. Defant. Beitr. Z. Phyderar. Atm., 19, 143, 1932. Lakes and Streams Report No. 8.


1951

Bryson, R.A. and V.E. Suomi (1951). Midsummer renewal of oxygen within the hypolimnion. J. of Marine Sci., 10 (3).

Bryson, R.A. and P.M. Kuhn (1951). On certain oscillatory motions of lakes. Lakes and Streams Report No. 5.

Bryson, R.A. (1951c). An example of easterly wave analysis in the tropical western Pacific, 8-10 July 1945. Air Weather Service Tech. Report No. 105-75, 12pp.


1948

Bryson, R.A. (1948). On a lunar bi-fortnightly tide in the atmosphere. Trans AGU, 29, 473-475.