Interests: Global Climate Change, Modeling
Current Research: My research focuses on global climate change in high latitudes resulting from local and tropical influences as it is studied using climate models and atmospheric reanalysis. Furthermore, I am involved in the Arctic System Reanalysis project that concentrates on the behavior of the coupled atmosphere-land-ocean-sea ice system of the greater Arctic which has been re-constructed since 2000. Finally, I am involved with the polar version of the regional WRF model that is being developed, tested, and applied to climate variability and change problems in both Polar Regions.
Atmospheric Science 5901-Climate System Modeling
Geography 8901-Seminar in Climatology Problems: "Mesoscale Numerical Weather Prediction", "Weather and Climate of the Polar Regions" or "Satellite Meteorology"
Bromwich, D.H., Nicolas, J.P., and A.J. Monaghan, 2011. An assessment of precipitation changes over Antarctica and the Southern Ocean since 1989 in contemporary global reanalysis. J. Climate, 24, 4189-4209, doi:10.1175/2011JCLI4074.1
Bromwich, D.H., Steinhoff, D.F., Simmonds, I., Keay, K., and R.L. Fogt, 2011. Climatological aspects of cyclogenesis near Adelie Land Antarctica. Tellus A, in press.
Hines, K.M., Bromwich, D.H., Bai, L.-S., Barlage, M., and A. G. Slater, 2011. Development and testing of Polar WRF. Part III. Arctic land. J. Climate, 24, 26-48, doi: 10.1175/2010JCLI3460.1.
Nicolas, J.P, and D.H. Bromwich, 2011. Climate of West Antarctica and influence of marine aire intrusions. J. Climate, 24, 49-67, doi: 10.1175/2010JCLI3522.1.
Otieno, F. O., Bromwich, D.H., and R. Oglesby, 2011. Atmospheric circulation anomalies due to 115k yr BP climate forcing are dominated by changes in the North Pacific Ocean. Clim. Dyn., doi: 10.1007/s00382--011-1138.