Earth Sciences Division (ESD) Department of Energy (DOE) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL)

Ian Williams's Publications

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Publications

  1. Williams, I. N., Riley, W. J., Torn, M. S., Biraud, S. C., and Fischer, M. L.(2013): Biases in regional carbon budgets from covariation of surface fluxes and weather in transport model inversions, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 13,19051-19083, doi:10.5194/acpd-13-19051-2013
  2. Williams, I. N., Riley, W. J., Torn, M. S., Berry, J. A., and Biraud, S. C. (2011):Using boundary layer equilibrium to reduce uncertainties in transport models and CO2 flux inversions, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 9631-9641, doi:10.5194/acp-11-9631-2011
  3. Williams, I. N., and Colucci, S. J. (2010), Characteristics of baroclinic wavepackets during strong and weak stratospheric polar vortex events, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 67(10), 3190-3207
  4. Williams, I. N., Pierrehumbert, R. T., and Huber, M. (2009), Global warming,convective threshold and false thermostats, Geophysical Research Letters, 36.doi:10.1029/2009GL03984
  5. Williams, I. N., and Pierrehumbert, R. T. (in preparation for ACP), Precipitation sensitivity to climate change: Energetic constraints and degrees of freedom.
  6. Williams, I. N., and Pierrehumbert, R. T. (in preparation for Nature Geoscience), Variability in tropical convective threshold temperatures observed from CERES.
  7. Williams, I. N., Torn, M. S., Riley, W. J., and Wehner, M. F. (in preparationfor Nature Geoscience), Climate extremes and the stability of land climates and carbon cycles to global warming.

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Selected Talks and Abstracts

  1. Williams I., Riley W. J., Torn M. s., Biraud S. C., Fischer M. L., and Berry J.(2012), A Stochastic method to evaluate carbon cycle and atmospheric transport models using atmospheric observations, Third Atmospheric System Re-search Science Team Meeting, March 12-16, Arlington, VA
  2. Williams I.N., Riley W. J., Torn M. S., Berry J. A., and Biraud S. C. (2011),Challenges in constraining surface trace gas exchanges from observations, American Geophysical Union, December 5-9, San Francisco, CA.
  3. Biraud S. C., Riley W. J., Williams I. N., and Torn, M. S. (2009), A multi-yearrecord of airborne continuous CO2 in the U.S. Southern Great Plains: Observations and mixing across the PBL, American Geophysical Union, December14-18, San Francisco, CA.
  4. Williams I. N., and Colucci S.J. (2009), Characteristics of baroclinic wave pack-ets over the North Atlantic during strong and weak polar vortex events, 17th Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics, June 8-12, Stowe,VT.
  5. Riley W. J., Williams I. N., Torn M. S., Biraud S. C., Fischer M. L., and Berry J.A. (2008), Bottom-up and equilibrium top-down estimates of regional ecosystem carbon exchange in the Southern Great Plains, American Geophysical Union,December 10-14, San Francisco, CA.
  6. Williams I. N., and Colucci, S. J. (2007), Stratosphere-troposphere coupling ineast-coast winter storms, 16th Conference on Atmospheric and Oceanic Fluid Dynamics, June 24-29, Santa Fe, NM.
  7. Williams I. N., Riley W. J., Berry J. A., Torn M. S., and Fischer, M. L. (2006),Regional-scale surface CO2 exchange estimates using a boundary layer budget method over the Southern Great Plains, Annual ARM meeting, March 27 - 31,Albuquerque, NM.

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Invited Seminars

  1. Convection, Climate Sensitivity, and the Carbon Cycle (2011), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, June 30, Berkeley, CA.
  2. Challenges in constraining regional carbon budgets from atmospheric measurements (2012), Iowa State University, November 5, Ames, IA.

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