Wall, C. J., Norris, J. R., Possner, A., McCoy, D. T., McCoy, I. L., & Lutsko, N. J. (2022). Assessing effective radiative forcing from aerosol–cloud interactions over the global ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119(46), e2210481119.
Wall, C. J., Storelvmo, T., Norris, J. R., & Tan, I. V. Y. (2022). Observational Constraints on Southern Ocean Cloud-Phase Feedback. Journal of Climate, 35(15), 5087–5102.
Myers, T. A., Scott, R. C., Zelinka, M. D., Klein, S. A., Norris, J. R., & Caldwell, P. M. (2021). Observational constraints on low cloud feedback reduce uncertainty of climate sensitivity. Nature Climate Change.
Ajoku, O. F., Miller, A. J., & Norris, J. R. (2021). Impacts of aerosols produced by biomass burning on the stratocumulus-to-cumulus transition in the equatorial Atlantic. Atmospheric Science Letters.
Sherwood, S. C., Webb, M. J., Annan, J. D., Armour, K. C., Forster, P. M., Hargreaves, J. C., Hegerl, G., Klein, S. A., Marvel, K. D., Rohling, E. J., Watanabe, M., Andrews, T., Braconnot, P., Bretherton, C. S., Foster, G. L., Hausfather, Z., Heydt, A. S., Knutti, R., Mauritsen, T., … Zelinka, M. D. (2020). An assessment of Earth’s climate sensitivity using multiple lines of evidence. Reviews of Geophysics, 58(4).
Norris, J. R., Ralph, F. M., Demirdjian, R., Cannon, F., Blomquist, B., Fairall, C. W., Spackman, J. R., Tanelli, S., & Waliser, D. E. (2020). The observed water vapor budget in an atmospheric river over the Northeast Pacific. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 21(11), 2655–2673.
Wall, C. J., Norris, J. R., Gasparini, B., Smith, W. L., Thieman, M. M., & Sourdeval, O. (2020). Observational evidence that radiative heating modifies the life cycle of tropical anvil clouds. Journal of Climate, 33(20), 8621–8640.
Scott, R. C., Myers, T. A., Norris, J. R., Zelinka, M. D., Klein, S. A., Sun, M. G., & Doelling, D. R. (2020). Observed sensitivity of low-cloud radiative effects to meteorological perturbations over the global oceans. Journal of Climate, 33(18), 7717–7734.
Zapata, M. Z., Norris, J. R., & Kleissl, J. (2020). Coastal stratocumulus dissipation dependence on initial conditions and boundary forcings in a mixed-layer model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 77(8), 2717–2741.
Cannon, F., Cordeira, J. M., Hecht, C. W., Norris, J. R., Michaelis, A., Demirdjian, R., & Ralph, F. M. (2020). GPM satellite radar observations of precipitation mechanisms in atmospheric rivers. Monthly Weather Review, 148(4), 1449–1463.
Demirdjian, R., Norris, J. R., Martin, A., & Ralph, F. M. (2020). Dropsonde observations of the ageostrophy within the pre-cold-frontal low-level jet associated with atmospheric rivers. Monthly Weather Review, 148(4), 1389–1406.
Demirdjian, R., Doyle, J. D., Reynolds, C. A., Norris, J. R., Michaelis, A. C., & Ralph, F. M. (2020). A case study of the physical processes associated with the atmospheric river initial-condition sensitivity from an adjoint model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 77(2), 691–709.
Wall, C. J., Hartmann, D. L., & Norris, J. R. (2019). Is the net cloud radiative effect constrained to be uniform over the tropical warm pools? Geophysical Research Letters.
Ajoku, O., Norris, J. R., & Miller, A. J. (2019). Observed monsoon precipitation suppression caused by anomalous interhemispheric aerosol transport. Climate Dynamics.
Wang, Q., Zhang, S. P., Xie, S. P., Norris, J. R., Sun, J. X., & Jiang, Y. X. (2019). Observed variations of the atmospheric boundary layer and stratocumulus over a warm eddy in the Kuroshio Extension. Monthly Weather Review, 147(5), 1581–1591.
Scott, R. C., Nicolas, J. P., Bromwich, D. H., Norris, J. R., & Lubin, D. (2019). Meteorological drivers and large-scale climate forcing of West Antarctic Surface Melt. Journal of Climate, 32(3), 665–684.
Loeb, N. G., Thorsen, T. J., Norris, J. R., Wang, H. L., & Su, W. Y. (2018). Changes in Earth’s Energy Budget during and after the “Pause” in Global Warming: An Observational Perspective. Climate, 6(3).
Klein, S. A., Hall, A., Norris, J. R., & Pincus, R. (2017). Low-Cloud Feedbacks from Cloud-Controlling Factors: A Review. Surveys in Geophysics, 38(6), 1307–1329.
Sanchez-Lorenzo, A., Enriquez-Alonso, A., Calbo, J., Gonzalez, J. A., Wild, M., Folini, D., Norris, J. R., & Vicente-Serrano, S. M. (2017). Fewer clouds in the Mediterranean: consistency of observations and climate simulations. Scientific Reports, 7.
Li, K. F., Su, H., Mak, S. N., Chang, T. M., Jiang, J. H., Norris, J. R., & Yung, Y. L. (2017). An analysis of high cloud variability: imprints from the El Nino-Southern Oscillation. Climate Dynamics, 48(1–2), 447–457.
Ghonima, M. S., Heus, T., Norris, J. R., & Kleissl, J. (2016). Factors controlling stratocumulus cloud lifetime over coastal land. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 73(8), 2961–2983.
Enriquez-Alonso, A., Sanchez-Lorenzo, A., Calbó, J., González, J.-A., & Norris, J. R. (2016). Cloud cover climatologies in the Mediterranean obtained from satellites, surface observations, reanalyses, and CMIP5 simulations: validation and future scenarios. Climate Dynamics, 47(1), 249–269.
Norris, J. R., Allen, R. J., Evan, A. T., Zelinka, M. D., O’Dell, C. W., & Klein, S. A. (2016). Evidence for climate change in the satellite cloud record. Nature.
Myers, T. A., & Norris, J. R. (2016). Reducing the uncertainty in subtropical cloud feedback. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(5), 2144–2148.
Seo, H., Miller, A. J., & Norris, J. R. (2016). Eddy-wind interaction in the California Current System: Dynamics and impacts. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 46(2), 439–459.
Yuan, T. L., Oreopoulos, L., Zelinka, M., Yu, H. B., Norris, J. R., Chin, M., Platnick, S., & Meyer, K. (2016). Positive low cloud and dust feedbacks amplify tropical North Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(3), 1349–1356.
Seethala, C., Norris, J. R., & Myers, T. A. (2015). How has subtropical stratocumulus and associated meteorology changed since the 1980s? Journal of Climate, 28(21), 8396–8410.
Ghonima, M. S., Norris, J. R., Heus, T., & Kleissl, J. (2015). Reconciling and validating the cloud thickness and liquid water path tendencies proposed by R. Wood and J. J. van der Dussen et al. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 72(5), 2033–2040.
Myers, T. A., & Norris, J. R. (2015). On the relationships between subtropical clouds and meteorology in observations and CMIP3 and CMIP5 models. Journal of Climate, 28(8), 2945–2967.
Norris, J. R., & Evan, A. T. (2015). Empirical removal of artifacts from the ISCCP and PATMOS-x satellite cloud records. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 32(4), 691–702.
Eisenman, I., Meier, W. N., & Norris, J. R. (2014). A spurious jump in the satellite record: has Antarctic sea ice expansion been overestimated? The Cryosphere, 8(4), 1289–1296.
Liu, J. W., Xie, S. P., Norris, J. R., & Zhang, S. P. (2014). Low-level cloud response to the Gulf Stream front in winter using CALIPSO. Journal of Climate, 27(12), 4421–4432.
Allen, R. J., Norris, J. R., & Kovilakam, M. (2014). Influence of anthropogenic aerosols and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation on tropical belt width. Nature Geoscience, 7(4), 270–274.
Bellomo, K., Clement, A. C., Norris, J. R., & Soden, B. J. (2014). Observational and model estimates of cloud amount feedback over the Indian and Pacific oceans. Journal of Climate, 27(2), 925–940.
Myers, T. A., & Norris, J. R. (2013). Observational evidence that enhanced subsidence reduces subtropical marine boundary layer cloudiness. Journal of Climate, 26(19), 7507–7524.
Allen, R. J., Norris, J. R., & Wild, M. (2013). Evaluation of multidecadal variability in CMIP5 surface solar radiation and inferred underestimation of aerosol direct effects over Europe, China, Japan, and India. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 118(12), 6311–6336.
Evan, A. T., & Norris, J. R. (2012). On global changes in effective cloud height. Geophysical Research Letters, 39.
Loeb, N., Kato, S., Su, W., Wong, T., Rose, F., Doelling, D., Norris, J., & Huang, X. (2012). Advances in Understanding Top-of-Atmosphere Radiation Variability from Satellite Observations. Surveys in Geophysics, 33(3–4), 359–385.
Allen, R. J., Sherwood, S. C., Norris, J. R., & Zender, C. S. (2012). Recent Northern Hemisphere tropical expansion primarily driven by black carbon and tropospheric ozone. Nature, 485(7398), 350-U93.
Allen, R. J., Sherwood, S. C., Norris, J. R., & Zender, C. S. (2012). The equilibrium response to idealized thermal forcings in a comprehensive GCM: implications for recent tropical expansion. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 12(10), 4795–4816.
Clement, A. C., Burgman, R., & Norris, J. R. (2010). Response to Comment on “Observational and Model Evidence for Positive Low-Level Cloud Feedback.” Science, 329(5989).
Mauger, G. S., & Norris, J. R. (2010). Assessing the Impact of Meteorological History on Subtropical Cloud Fraction. Journal of Climate, 23(11), 2926–2940.
Dwyer, J. G., Norris, J. R., & Ruckstuhl, C. (2010). Do climate models reproduce observed solar dimming and brightening over China and Japan? Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 115.
Ruckstuhl, C., Norris, J. R., & Philipona, R. (2010). Is there evidence for an aerosol indirect effect during the recent aerosol optical depth decline in Europe? Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 115.
Gordon, N. D., & Norris, J. R. (2010). Cluster analysis of midlatitude oceanic cloud regimes: mean properties and temperature sensitivity. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10(13), 6435–6459.
Clement, A. C., Burgman, R., & Norris, J. R. (2009). Observational and Model Evidence for Positive Low-Level Cloud Feedback. Science, 325(5939), 460–464.
Norris, J. R., & Wild, M. (2009). Trends in aerosol radiative effects over China and Japan inferred from observed cloud cover, solar "dimming,’’ and solar "brightening’’. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 114.
Ruckstuhl, C., & Norris, J. R. (2009). How do aerosol histories affect solar “dimming” and “brightening” over Europe?: IPCC-AR4 models versus observations. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 114.
Norris, J. R., & Slingo, A. (2009). Trends in observed cloudiness and Earth’s radiation budget: what do we not know and what do we need to know? In J. Heintzenberg & R. J. Charlson (Eds.), Clouds in the perturbed climate system : their relationship to energy balance, atmospheric dynamics, and precipitation (pp. 17–36). MIT Press.
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