Dr Adrian Matthews School of Environmental Sciences and School of Mathematics, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
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Adrian Matthews

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Reader in the School of Environmental Sciences and School of Mathematics, University of East Anglia Peatman SC, Matthews AJ, Stevens DP, 2014: Propagation of the Madden-Julian Oscillation through the Maritime Continent and scale interaction with the diurnal cycle of precipitation. Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc., 140, published online, doi: 10.1002/qj.2161. Abstract
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Norwich, NR4 7TJ, UK
Hicks PD, Cooker MJ, Matthews AJ, 2014: Saturation front evolution for liquid infiltration into a gas-filled porous medium with counter-current flow. Europ. J. Mech. - B/Fluids, 43, 202-215. Abstract
Phone +44-(0)1603-593733 Matthews AJ, Pickup G, Peatman SC, Clews P, Martin J, 2013: The effect of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on station rainfall and river level in the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea. J. Geophys. Res., 118, 10926-10935. Abstract
Email a.j.matthews@uea.ac.uk Dawson A, Matthews AJ, Stevens DP, Roberts MJ, Vidale PL, 2013: Importance of oceanic resolution and mean state on the extra-tropical response to El Nino in a matrix of coupled models. Climate Dyn., 41, 1439-1452. Abstract
Internet http://envam1.env.uea.ac.uk/ Oppel S, Hilton GM, Allcorn R, Fenton C, Matthews AJ, Gibbons DW, 2013: The effects of rainfall on different components of seasonal fecundity in a tropical forest passerine. Ibis, 155, 464-475. Abstract

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Downstream development and equatorward propagation of a Rossby wave over the Pacific. An initial perturbation in the Asian jet in a dry baroclinic model of the atmosphere has grown and been refracted equatorward, crossing into the Southern Hemisphere. This simple model accurately simulates observed behaviour of transient waves over the Pacific. In reality, the waves then trigger convection and precipitation over the ITCZ.
More information: Matthews AJ, Kiladis GN, 2000: A model of Rossby waves linked to submonthly convection over the eastern tropical Pacific. J. Atmos. Sci., 57, 3785-3798.

Teaching and administration   I teach on several modules in the School of Environmental Sciences and School of Mathematics, including ENV-4002Y Mathematics for Scientists A, ENV-2A61 Mathematics for Scientists B, ENV-2A24 (ENV-2A24K) Meteorology II (with Fieldcourse), MTH-3D44 (MTH-MD44) Dynamical Meteorology (with Advanced Topics). Chair of Examiners for Natural Sciences.
Created: Sat Apr 19 02:02:02 2014