AOS Graduate Student Profile
Weather & Climate
Tropical cyclogenesis & extratropical transition in global climate models
The climatology of Arctic cyclones
Future projections of Australian climate extremes and drought
Shift of the Southern Hemisphere storm tracks in a high-resolution atmospheric model
Diffusion of meteor trails in the polar mesopause region
The vertical distribution of tropical convection
Ballinger, A.P., T.M. Merlis, I.M. Held, and M. Zhao, 2015; The sensitivity of tropical cyclone activity to off-equatorial thermal forcing in aquaplanet simulations, J. Atmos. Sci., in press.
Ballinger, A.P., P.B. Chilson, R.D. Palmer, and N.J. Mitchell, 2008; On the validity of the ambipolar diffusion assumption in the polar mesopause region, Ann. Geophys., 26, 3439-3443.
May, P.T. and A.P. Ballinger, 2007; The statistical characteristics of convective cells in a monsoon regime (Darwin, Northern Australia), Monthly Weather Review, 135, 82-92.
May, P.T., C. Jakob, and A.P. Ballinger, 2005; Cloud characteristics during the monsoon season in Darwin, Northern Australia, BMRC Res. Lett., 2, 2-9.