Dr Gabriel Wolf

Research Scientist (NCAS)

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Responsibilities:

Research Scientist (NCAS)

Research Interests:

  • Quasi-stationary waves
  • Propagating wave packets
  • Connection between ocean anomalies and mid-latitude atmospheric waves
  • Connection between atmospheric waves and extreme weather events
  • Aquaplanets

Research Projects:

Publications:

  • Wolf, G. and Wirth, V., 2017: Diagnosing the Horizontal Propagation of Rossby Wave Packets along the Midlatitude Waveguide. Mon. Wea. Rev., eprint: https://doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-16-0355.1.
  • Schneidereit, A. and Peters, D.H.W. and Grams, C.M. and Quinting, J.F. and Keller, J.H. and Wolf, G. and Teubler, F. and Riemer, M. and Martius, O., 2017: Enhanced tropospheric wave forcing of two anticyclones in the pre-phase of January 2009 major stratospheric sudden warming event. Mon. Wea. Rev., 145, 1797-1815.
  • Wolf, G., 2016: Untersuchung der Dynamik von Rossbywellenzügen in der oberen Troposphäre und deren Darstellung in numerischen Wettervorhersagemodellen. PhD thesis, Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz.
  • Wolf, G. and Wirth, V., 2015: Implications of the Semigeostrophic Nature of Rossby Waves for Rossby Wave Packet Detection. Mon. Wea. Rev., 143, 26-38.
  • Piaget, N. and Froidevaux, P. and Giannakaki, P. and Gierth, F. and Martius, O. and Riemer, M. and Wolf, G. and Grams, C.M., 2014: Dynamics of a local Alpine flooding event in October 2011: moisture source and large-scale circulation. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 140, 1922-1937.

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