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Kottapalli, A and Vinayachandran, PN (2022) On the weakening of northward propagation of intraseasonal oscillations during positive Indian Ocean Dipole events. In: Climate Dynamics .

Krishnamohan, KS and Bala, G (2022) Sensitivity of tropical monsoon precipitation to the latitude of stratospheric aerosol injections. In: Climate Dynamics .

Vishnu, S and Chakraborty, A and Srinivasan, J (2022) Why the droughts of the Indian summer monsoon are more severe than the floods. In: Climate Dynamics .

Thomas, TM and Bala, G and Srinivas, VV (2021) Characteristics of the monsoon low pressure systems in the Indian subcontinent and the associated extreme precipitation events. In: Climate Dynamics .

Seshadri, AK (2021) Cumulative emissions accounting of greenhouse gases due to path independence for a sufficiently rapid emissions cycle. In: Climate Dynamics .

Singhai, P and Balakrishnan, S and Rajagopal, EN and Chakraborty, A (2020) Phase inconsistency as a major source of error in NGFS forecast. In: Climate Dynamics .

Agrawal, S. and Chakraborty, A. and Karmakar, N. and Moulds, S. and Mijic, A. and Buytaert, W. (2019) Effects of winter and summer-time irrigation over Gangetic Plain on the mean and intra-seasonal variability of Indian summer monsoon. In: Climate Dynamics . (In Press)

Ban-Weiss, George A and Cao, Long and Bala, G and Caldeira, Ken (2012) Dependence of climate forcing and response on the altitude of black carbon aerosols. In: Climate Dynamics, 38 (5-6). pp. 897-911.

Bala, G and Caldeira, Ken and Nemani, Rama and Cao, Long and Ban-Weiss, George and Shin, Ho-Jeong (2011) Albedo enhancement of marine clouds to counteract global warming: impacts on the hydrological cycle. In: Climate Dynamics, 37 (5-6). pp. 915-931.

Bala, Govindasamy and Caldeira, Ken and Nemani, R (2010) Fast versus slow response in climate change: implications for the global hydrological cycle. In: Climate Dynamics, 35 (2-3). pp. 423-434.

Wehner, Michael F and Smith, Richard L and Bala, G and Duffy, Phillip (2010) The effect of horizontal resolution on simulation of very extreme US precipitation events in a global atmosphere model. In: Climate Dynamics, 34 (2-3). pp. 241-247.

Vinayachandran, PN and Nanjundiah, Ravi S (2009) Indian Ocean sea surface salinity variations in a coupled model. In: Climate Dynamics, 33 (2-3). pp. 245-263.

Sano, Masaki and Buckley, Brendan M and Sweda, Tatsuo (2009) Tree-ring based hydroclimate reconstruction over northern Vietnam from Fokienia hodginsii: eighteenth century mega-drought and tropical Pacific influence. In: Climate Dynamics, 33 (2-3). pp. 331-340.

Kiranmayi, L and Bhat, GS (2009) Quasi-periodic, global oscillations in sea level pressure on intraseasonal timescales. In: Climate Dynamics, 32 (7-8). 925 -934.

Nanjundiah, RS (2000) Impact of the moisture transport formulation on the simulated tropical rainfall in a general circulation model. In: Climate Dynamics, 16 (4). pp. 303-317.

Gadgil, S and Sajani, S (1998) Monsoon precipitation in the AMIP runs. In: Climate Dynamics, 14 (9). pp. 659-689.

Saji, NH and Goswami, BN (1997) Intercomparison of the seasonal cycle of tropical surface stress in 17 AMIP atmospheric general circulation models. In: Climate Dynamics, 13 (7-8). pp. 561-585.

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