Publications

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Published

Turton, J.V., Kirchgaessner, A., King, J.C., Ross, A.N. (2017) Does high-resolution modelling improve the spatial analysis of föhn flow over the Larsen C ice shelf? Weather 72 192-196. doi: 10.1002/wea.3028

Shepard, E.L.C., Ross, A.N., Portugal, S.J. (2016) Moving in a moving medium: new perspectives on flight. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 371 20150382. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2015.0382

Grant, E.R., Ross, A.N., Gardiner, B.A. (2016) Modelling canopy flows over complex terrain. BLM 161 417-437. doi: 10.1007/s10546-016-0176-3. View paper.

Fiedler, S., Knippertz, P., Woodward, S., Martin, G. M., Bellouin, N., Ross, A., Heinold, B., Schepanski, K., Birch, C.E., Tegen, I. (2016) A process-based evaluation of dust-emitting winds in the CMIP5 simulation of HadGEM2-ES. Clim. Dyn. 46 1107-1130. doi: 10.1007/s00382-015-2635-9

Hughes, J.K., Ross, A.N., Vosper, S.B., Lock, A., Jemmett-Smith, B.C. (2015) Assessment of valley cold pools and clouds in a very high resolution NWP model. GMD 8 3105-3117. doi: 10.5194/gmd-8-3105-2015

Finnigan, J.J., Harman, I.N., Ross, A.N., Belcher, S.E. (2015) First-order turbulence closure for modelling complex canopy flows. QJRMS 141 2907-2916. doi: 10.1002/qj.2577

Ross, A.N., Grant, E.R. (2015) A new continuous planar fit method for calculating fluxes in complex, forested terrain. ASL 16(4). 445-452. doi: 10.1002/asl.580

Ross, A.N., Harman, I.N. (2015) The impact of source distribution on scalar transport over forested hills. BLM 156(2). 211-230. doi: 10.1007/s10546-015-0029-5

Grant, E.R., Ross, A.N., Gardiner, B.A., Mobbs, S.D. (2015) Field observations of canopy flows over complex terrain. BLM 156(2). 231-251. doi: 10.1007/s10546-015-0015-y

Good, B., Gadian, A., Lock, S.-J., Ross, A.N. (2014) Performance of the cut-cell method of representing orography in idealised simulations. ASL 15. 44-49. doi: 10.1002/asl2.465

Vosper, S.B., Hughes, J.K., Lock, A.P., Sheridan, P.F., Ross, A.N., Jemmett-Smith, B., Brown, A.R. (2014) Cold pool formation in a narrow valley. QJRMS 140. 699-714. doi: 10.1002/qj.2160

Heppenstall A.J., Harland K., Ross A.N., Olner D. (2013) Simulating Spatial Dynamics and Processes in a Retail Gasoline Market: An Agent-Based Modeling Approach, TGIS 17 661-682. doi: 10.1111/tgis.12027

Ross, A. N., Baker, T. P. (2013) Flow over partially forested ridges. BLM 146(3) 375-392. doi: 10.1007/s10546-012-9766-x

Yang, H., Dobbie, S., Mace, G. G., Ross A., Quante, M. (2012) GEWEX Cloud System Study (GCSS) cirrus cloud working group: development of an observation-based case study for model evaluation. GMD 5(3) 829-843. doi: 10.5194/gmd-5-829-2012

Ross A. N. (2012) Boundary-layer flow within and above a forest canopy of variable density. QJRMS 138, 1259-1272. doi: 10.1002/qj.989

Price J. D., Vosper S., Brown A., Ross A. N., Clark P., Davies F., Horlacher V., Claxton B., McGregor J. R., Hoare J. S. (2011) COLPEX: Field and Numerical Studies Over a Region of Small Hills. BAMS 92, 1636-1650. doi: 10.1175/2011BAMS3032.1

Ross A. N. (2011) Scalar Transport over Forested Hills. BLM 141 179-199. doi: 10.1007/s10546-011-9628-y

Marsham, J. H., Parker, D. J., Grams, C. M., Johnson, B. T., Grey, W. M. F., Ross, A. N. (2008) Observations of mesoscale and boundary-layer scale circulations affecting dust transport and uplift over the Sahara. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 8, 6979-6993.

Ross, A.N. (2008) Large eddy simulations of flow over forested ridges. BLM 128 59-76.

Wells, H., Vosper, S.B., Webster, S., Ross, A.N., Brown, A.R. (2008) The impact of mountain wakes on the drag exerted on downstream mountains. QJRMS 134 677-687.

Wells, H., Vosper, S.B., Ross, A.N., Brown, A.R. and Webster S. (2008) Wind direction effects on orographic drag. QJRMS 134 689-701.

Mayr, G.J., Armi, L., Gohm, A., Zängl, G., Durran, D.R., Flamant, C., Gabersek, S., Mobbs, S.D., Ross, A.N., Weissman, M. (2007) Gap flows: Results from the Mesoscale Alpine Programme . QJRMS vol 133, pp881-896.

Ross, A.N., Dalziel, S.B. and Linden, P.F. (2006) Axisymmetric gravity currents on a cone. JFM vol 565, pp227-253.

Ross, A.N., Vosper, S.B. (2005) Neutral turbulent flow over forested hills. QJRMS vol 131, pp1841-1862.

Ross, A.N. (2005) Forest canopy-atmosphere interactions over complex terrain. Croatian Meteorol. J. vol 40, pp97-100.

Ross, A.N., Arnold, S., Vosper, S.B., Mobbs, S.D, Dixon, N., Robins, A.G. (2004) A comparison of wind tunnel experiments and numerical simulations of neutral and stratified flow over a hill. BLM vol 113 No 3, pp427-459.

Ross, A.N., Tompkins, A. and Parker, D. (2004) Simple models of the role of surface fluxes in convective cold pool evolution. JAS vol 61 No 13, pp1582-1595.

Ross, A.N., Vosper, S.B. (2003) Numerical simulations of stably stratified flow through a mountain pass. QJRMS 129 pp97-116.

Ross, A.N., Linden, P.F. and Dalziel, S.B. (2002) A study of three-dimensional gravity currents on a uniform slope. JFM 453, pp239-261.

Ross, A.N. and Vosper, S.B. (2001) Numerical Simulations of Flow Through a Mountain Pass. MAP newsletter 15, pp152-155.

In preparation / review

Quincey, D.J., Smith, M.W., Rounce, D.R., Ross, A.N., King, O., Watson, C.S. (2017) Evaluating morphological estimates of the aerodynamic roughness of debris covered glacier ice. ESPL Early View. doi: 10.1002/esp.4198

Jackson D.R., Gadian A., Hoffman L., Hughes J., King J., Moffat-Griffin T., Moss, A.C., Ross A.N., Vosper S.B., Wright C.J., and Mitchell N.J. (2017) SG-WEX - a platform for improved analysis of gravity waves and low-level wind impacts generated from mountainous islands. Submitted BAMS

Turton, J.V., Kirchgaessner, A., King, J.C., Ross, A.N. (2017) The spatial and temporal variability of föhn winds over the Larsen C ice shelf, Antarctica. Submitted QJRMS

Jemmett-Smith, B., Ross, A.N., Sheridan, P., Hughes, J.K., Vosper, S.B. (2017) A case study of cold air pool evolution in hilly terrain using field measurements made during COLPEX. In preparation.

Bessardon, G., Brooks, B., Marsham, J.H., Ross, A.N. (2017) The nocturnal low-level jet in the West African Sahel from observations, analyses and conceptual models. In preparation.

Other publications

Ross, A.N. (2000) Gravity Currents on Slopes. PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge.

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