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Joellen L. Russell                       (Download Joellen's latest CV here.)

Published/In Press/Submitted
  • Ivory, S.J. J.L. Russell and A.S. Cohen, Atmosphere and biosphere effects of total model carbon content in CMIP5 Earth System Models, Climate Dynamics, (submitted)
  • Naiman, Z., P.J Goodman, J.P. Krasting, S.L. Malyshev, J.L. Russell and R.J. Stouffer, Mountains and Tropical Circulation, Geophysical Research Letters, (submitted)
  • Kapp, P., A. Pullen, J.D. Pelletier, J.L. Russell, P.J. Goodman and F. Cai, From dust to dust: Quaternary wind erosion of the Mu Us Desert and Loess Plateau, China, Geology, (submitted)
  • Williams, N.L., R.A. Feely, C.L. Sabine, J.L. Russell, A.G. Dickson and L.D. Talley, Quantifying Anthropogenic Carbon Inventory Changes in the Pacific Sector of the Southern Ocean, Marine Chemistry, (submitted)
  • Lora, J.M., J.I. Lunine and J.L. Russell (2015), GCM Simulations of Titan's Middle and Lower Atmosphere and Comparison to Observations, Icarus, 250, 516-528, [doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2014.12.030] (pdf)
  • Carrapa, B., F.S. Mustapha, M. Cosca, G. Gehrels, L.M. Schoenbohm, E.R. Sobel, P.G. DeCelles, J.L. Russell and P.J. Goodman (2014), Multisystem dating of modern river detritus from Tajikistan and China: Implications for crustal evolution and exhumation of the Pamir, Lithosphere, 6, 443-455, [doi:10.1130/L360.1] (pdf)
  • Lora, J.M., J.I. Lunine, J.L. Russell and A.G. Hayes (2014), Simulations of Titan's Paleoclimate, Icarus, 243, 264-273, [doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2014.08.042] (pdf) (Supplement)
  • Ivory, S.J., J.L. Russell and A.S. Cohen (2013), In the hot seat: Insolation, ENSO, and vegetation in the African tropics, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 118, 1347-1358, [doi:10.1002/jgrg20115] (pdf)
  • Cayan, D., M. Tyree, K.E. Kunkel, C. Castro, A. Gershunov, J. Barsugli, A.J. Ray, J. Overpeck, M. Anderson, J.L. Russell, B. Rajagopalan, I. Rangwala, and P. Duffy (2013), "Future Climate: Projected Average." In Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States: A Report Prepared for the National Climate Assessment, edited by G. Garfin, A. Jardine, R. Merideth, M. Black, and S. LeRoy, 101–125. A report by the Southwest Climate Alliance. Washington, DC: Island Press. (pdf)
  • McAfee, S.A., J.L. Russell and R.S. Webb (2012), Influence of bias correction on simulated landcover changes, Geophysical Research Letters, 39, L16702, [doi:10.1029/2012GL052808] (pdf)
  • Blome, M.W., A.S. Cohen, C.A. Tryon, A.S. Brooks and J.L. Russell (2012), The environmental context for the origins of modern human diversity: A synthesis of regional variability in African climate 150,000-30,000 years ago Journal of Human Evolution, 62(5), 563-592. [doi:1016/j.jhevol.2012.01.011] (pdf)
  • Lora, J., P. Goodman, J.L. Russell and J. Lunine (2011), OInsolation in Titan's Troposphere, Icarus, 216, 116-119. (pdf)
  • Yin, J., J.T. Overpeck, S.M. Griffies, A. Hu, J.L. Russell and R.J. Stouffer (2011), Different magnitudes of projected subsurface ocean warming around Greenland and Antarctica, Nature Geoscience, 4, 524-528. [doi:10.1038/ngeo1189] (pdf) (Supplement)
  • McAfee, S.A, P.J. Goodman and J.L Russell, Evaluating IPCC AR4 Cool-Season Precipitation Simulations And Projections For Impacts Assessment Over North America (2011), Climate Dynamics, DOI: 10.1007/s00382-011-1136-8. (pdf)
  • Kapp, P., J.D. Pelletier, A. Rohrmann, R. Heermance, J.L. Russell and L. Ding (2011), Wind erosion in the Qaidam Basin, Central Asia: Implications for tectonics, paleoclimate and the source of the Loess Plateau, GSA Today, 21(4/5), 4-10. [doi: 10.1130/GSATG99A.1] (pdf)
  • Ainley, D., J.L. Russell, S. Jenouvrier, E. Woehler, P. O'B. Lyver, W.R. Fraser, and G.L. Kooyman (2010), Antarctic penguin response to habitat change as Earth's troposphere reaches 2°C above preindustrial levels. Ecological Monographs, 80(1), 49-66. (pdf)
  • Woodhouse, C.A., J.L. Russell and E.R. Cook (2009), Two Modes of North American Drought from Instrumental and Paleoclimatic Data. J. Climate, 22(16), 4336-4347. (pdf)
  • McAfee, S.A., and J.L. Russell, Northern Annular Mode Impact on Spring Climate in the Western United States. Geophys. Res. Letts., 35, L17701, doi:10.1029/2008GL034828. (pdf)
  • Toggweiler, J.R., and J.L. Russell (2008), Ocean circulation in a warming climate. Nature, 451, 286-288. (pdf)
  • deBoer, A.M., D.M. Sigman, J.R. Toggweiler, and J.L. Russell (2007), The effect of global ocean temperature change on deep ocean ventilation. Paleoceanography, 22, PA2210, doi:10.1029/2005PA001242. (pdf)
  • Gnanadesikan, A., J.L. Russell, and F. Zeng (2007), How does ocean ventilation change under global warming? Ocean Science, 3, 43-53. (pdf)
  • Russell, J.L., K.W. Dixon, A. Gnanadesikan, R.J. Stouffer, and J.R. Toggweiler (2006), The Southern Hemisphere Westerlies in a Warming World: Propping Open the Door to the Deep Ocean. J. Climate, 19(24), 6382-6390. (pdf)
  • Russell, J.L., R.J. Souffer, and K.W. Dixon (2006), Intercomparison of the Southern Ocean Circulations in the IPCC Coupled Model Control Simulations. J. Climate, 19(18), 4560-4575. (pdf)
  • Stouffer, R.J., J.L. Russell, and M.J. Spelman (2006), Importance of Oceanic Heat Uptake in Transient Climate Change. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L17704, doi:10.1029/2006GL027242. (pdf)
  • Toggweiler, J.R., J.L. Russell, and S.R. Carson (2006), Midlatitude westerlies, atmospheric CO2, and climate change during the ice ages. Paleoceanography, 21, PA2005, doi:10.1029/2005PA001154. (pdf)
  • Delworth, T.L., A.J. Broccoli, A. Rosati, R.J. Stouffer, V. Balaji, J.A. Beesley, W.F. Cooke, K.W. Dixon, J. Dunne, K.A. Dunne, J.W. Durachta, K.L. Findell, P. Ginoux, A. Gnanadesikan, C.T. Gordon, S.M. Griffies, R. Gudgel, M.J. Harrison, I.M. Held, R.S. Hemler, L.W. Horowitz, S.A. Klein, T.R. Knutson, P.J. Kushner, A.R. Langenhorst, H-C. Lee, S-J. Lin, J. Lu, S.L. Malyshev, P.C.D. Milly, V. Ramaswamy, J.L. Russell, E. Shevliakova, M.D. Schwarzkopf, J.J. Sirutis, M.J. Spelman, W.F. Stern, M. Winton, A.T. Wittenberg, B. Wyman, F. Zeng, and R. Zhang (2006), GFDL's CM2 Global Coupled Climate Models. Part I: Formulation and simulation characteristics. J. Climate, 19(5), 643-674. (pdf)
  • Gnanadesikan, A., K.W. Dixon, S.M. Griffies, V. Balaji, M. Barreiro, J.A. Beesley, W.F. Cooke, T.L. Delworth, R. Gerdes, M.J. Harrison, I.M. Held, W.J. Hurlin, H-C. Lee, Z. Liang, G. Nong, R.C. Pacanowski, A. Rosati, J.L. Russell, B.L. Samuels, Q. Song, M.J. Spelman, R.J. Stouffer, C.O. Sweeney, G. Vecchi, M. Winton, A.T. Wittenberg, F. Zeng, R. Zhang, and J.P. Dunne (2006), GFDL's CM2 Global Coupled Climate Models. Part 2: The baseline ocean simulation. J. Climate, 19(5), 675-697. (pdf)
  • Griffies, S.M., A. Gnanadesikan, K.W. Dixon, J.P. Dunne, R. Gerdes, M.J. Harrison, A. Rosati, J.L. Russell, B.L. Samuels, M.J. Spelman, M. Winton, and R. Zhang (2005), Formulation of an Ocean Model for Global Climate Simulations. Ocean Science, 1, 45-79. (pdf)
  • Russell, J.L., and J.M. Wallace (2004), Annual carbon dioxide drawdown and the Northern Annular Mode. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 18, GB1012, doi:10.1029/2003GB002044. (pdf)
  • Russell, J.L., and A.G. Dickson (2003), Variability in oxygen and nutrients in South Pacific Antarctic Intermediate Water. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 17(2), 1033, doi:10.1029/2000GB001317. (pdf)
  • Hine, A.C., D.A. Feary, M.J. Malone, and the Leg 182 Shipboard Party (M. Andres, C. Betzler, G.R. Brooks, C.A. Brunner, M.D. Fuller, A.E. Holbourn, M. Huuse, A.R. Isern, N.P. James, B.C. Ladner, Q. Li, H. Machiyama, D.J. Mallinson, H. Matsuda, R.M. Mitterer, R.S. Molina, C. Robin, J.L. Russell, S. Shafik, J.A. Simo, P.L. Smart, G.H. Spence, F.C. Surlyk, P.K. Swart, and U.G. Wortmann) (1999), Research in the Great Australian Bight Yields Exciting Early Results. EOS Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 80, #44, Nov. 2, 1999, pp. 521, 525-526.

Published (Not Peer-Reviewed)
  • Russell, J., J. Sarmiento, H. Cullen, R. Hotinski, K. Johnson, S. Riser and L. Talley, 2014: The Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling Program (SOCCOM), Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry News, 7(2), (available online at: http://us-ocb.org/publications/OCB_NEWS_FALL14.pdf).
  • Blight, L.K., D.G. Ainley, S.F. Ackley, G. Ballard, T. Ballerini, R.L. Brownell Jr., C.-H. C. Cheng, M. Chiantore, D. Costa, M.C. Coulter, P. Dayton, A.L. Devries, R. Dunbar, S. Earle, J.T. Eastman, S.D. Emslie, C.W. Evans, R.A. Garrott, S. Kim, G. Kooyman, A. Lescroël, M. Lizotte, M. Massaro, S. Olmastroni, P.J. Ponganis, J.L. Russell, D.B. Siniff, W.O. Smith Jr., B.S. Stewart, I. Stirling, J. Willis, P. Wilson and E.J. Woehler, 2010: Fishing for Data in the Ross Sea. Science, 330 (6009), 1316. [DOI:10.1126/science.330.6009.1316].
  • Deutsch C., E. Hofmann, T. Ito, N. Lovenduski, J. Russell, J. Sarmiento, W. Smith and P. Strutton, 2010: A U.S. Southern Ocean Carbon, Ecosystems and Biogeochemistry Science Plan: A report of the Southern Ocean Scoping Workshop sponsored by the Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program and the NSF Office of Polar Programs (available online at: http://www.us-ocb.org/publications/SOWorkshop_Report_FINAL.pdf).
  • Tynan, C.T. and J.L. Russell, 2008: Assessing the impacts of future 2°C global warming on Southern Ocean cetaceans. International Whaling Commission, Scientific Committee document SC/60/E3 (available online at: assets.panda.org/downloads/wwf_russell30may08_tynan.doc).
  • Tynan, C.T. and J.L. Russell, 2008: Icebreaker: Pushing the Boundaries for Whales: Impacts of a 2ºC global warming on Southern Ocean whales, World Wildlife Fund, 10pp. (available online at: http://www.wwf.org.au/publications/icebreaker/).
  • Ainley, D., J. Russell and S. Jenouvrier, 2008: The Fate Of Antarctic Penguins When Earth’s Tropospheric Temperature Reaches 2°C Above Pre-Industrial Levels, World Wildlife Fund, 35pp. (available online at: http://assets.panda.org/downloads/wwf_climate_penguins_final_1.pdf.
  • Ainley, D., J. Russell and S. Jenouvrier, 2008: 2° is Too Much! Impacts of 2 degrees Celsius global warming on Antarctic Penguins, World Wildlife Fund, 8pp. (available online at: http://www.wwf.org.au/publications/2degreesistoomuchwwf.pdf).


Paul J. Goodman

Published/In Press/Submitted
  • Goodman, P.J., W. Hazeleger, P. de Vries, and M.A. Cane (2005), Pathways into the Pacific Equatorial Undercurrent: A Trajectory Analysis, J. Physical Oceanography, 35, 2134-2151. (pdf)
  • Goodman, P.J. (2001), Thermohaline adjustment and advection in an OGCM, J. Physical Oceanography, 31, 1477-1497. (pdf)
  • Kamenkovich, I.V., and P.J. Goodman (2000), The dependence of AABW formation on vertical diffusivity, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 3739-3742. (pdf)
  • Huang, R.X., M.A. Cane, N. Naik, and P.J. Goodman (2000), Global adjustment of the thermocline in response to deep water formation, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 756-762. (pdf)
  • Goodman, P.J. (1998), The role of North Atlantic deep water in an OGCM's ventilation and thermohaline circulation, J. Physical Oceanography, 28, 1759-1785. (pdf)

Under Review
  • Goodman, P.J., and E.S. Sarachik, Forced Variability of North Atlantic Deep Water in an OGCM, J. Marine Research, in revision.
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