Jon Shonk – Publications

Journal Articles

  • (7) Shonk, J K P; Guilyardi, E; Toniazzo, T; Woolnough, S J; and Stockdale, T; 2018. "Identifying Causes of Western Pacific ITCZ Drift in ECMWF System 4 Hindcasts". Climate Dynamics #50: 939–954. [PDF]
  • (6) Shonk, J K P and Chiu, J C; 2018. "Sensitivity of Cloud Optical Depth Retrievals to Cloud Phase Assumption". Paper in preparation.
  • (5) Hogan, R J and Shonk, J K P; 2013. "Incorporating the Effects of 3D Radiative Transfer in the Presence of Clouds into Two-Stream Multi-Layer Radiation Schemes". Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences #70: 708–724. [PDF]
  • (4) Shonk, J K P; Hogan, R J and Manners, J; 2012. "Impact of Improved Representation of Horizontal and Vertical Cloud Structure in a Climate Model". Climate Dynamics #38: 2,365–2,376. [PDF]
  • (3) Shonk, J K P and Hogan, R J; 2010. "Effect of Improving Representation of Horizontal and Vertical Cloud Structure on the Earth's Global Radiation Budget. Part Two: the Global Effects". Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society #136: 1,205–1,215. [PDF]
  • (2) Shonk, J K P; Hogan, R J; Mace, G G and Edwards, J M; 2010. "Effect of Improving Representation of Horizontal and Vertical Cloud Structure on the Earth's Global Radiation Budget. Part One: the Parameterisation". Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society #136: 1,191–1,204. [PDF]
  • (1) Shonk, J K P and Hogan, R J; 2008. "Tripleclouds: an Efficient Method for Representing Horizontal Cloud Inhomogeneity in 1D Radiation Schemes by Using Three Regions at Each Height". Journal of Climate #21: 2,352–2,370. [PDF]


Unrefereed Articles

  • Hogan, R J and Shonk, J K P; 2008. "Radiation Parameterisation and Clouds". Proceedings of the ECMWF Seminar on Parameterisation of Sub-Grid Physical Processes, 01–04 September 2008. [PDF]

PhD Thesis

  • Shonk, J K P; 2008. "Representing Horizontal and Vertical Cloud Inhomogeneity in a One-Dimensional Radiation Scheme". University of Reading. [PDF]

Other Publications

  • Shonk, J K P; 2013. "Introducing Meteorology: a Guide to Weather". Dunedin Academic Press.

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