Robustness of serial clustering of extratropical cyclones to the choice of tracking method Joaquim G. Pinto, Sven Ulbrich, Theodoros Economou, David B. Stephenson, Melanie K. Karremann, Len C. Shaffrey
Tropical cyclones in the GISS ModelE2 Suzana J. Camargo, Adam H. Sobel, Anthony D. DelGenio, Jeffrey A. Jonas, Maxwell Kelley, Yun Lu, Daniel A. Shaevitz, Naomi Henderson
Atmospheric electrical field measurements near a fresh water reservoir and the formation of the lake breeze Francisco Lopes, Hugo Gonçalves Silva, Rui Salgado, Miguel Potes, Keri A. Nicoll, R. Giles Harrison
Objective climatology of cyclones in the Mediterranean region: a consensus view among methods with different system identification and tracking criteria Piero Lionello, Isabel F. Trigo, Victoria Gil, Margarida L.R. Liberato, Katrin M. Nissen, Joaquim G. Pinto, Christoph C. Raible, Marco Reale, Annalisa Tanzarella, Ricardo M. Trigo, Sven Ulbrich, Uwe Ulbrich
Multistep variational data assimilation: important issues and a spectral approach Qin Xu, Li Wei, Jidong Gao, Qingyun Zhao, Kang Nai, Shun Liu
Surface air temperature variability and trends in the Arctic: new amplification assessment and regionalisation Ola M. Johannessen, Svetlana I. Kuzmina, Leonid P. Bobylev, Martin W. Miles
Impact of different solar penetration depths on climate simulations Xiaobing Zhou, Simon J. Marsland, Russell Fiedler, Daohua Bi, Anthony C. Hirst, Oscar Alves
On using principal components to represent stations in empirical-statistical downscaling Rasmus E. Benestad, Deliang Chen, Abdelkader Mezghani, Lijun Fan, Kajsa Parding
Atmospheric electrical field measurements near a fresh water reservoir and the formation of the lake breeze Francisco Lopes, Hugo Gonçalves Silva, Rui Salgado, Miguel Potes, Keri A. Nicoll, R. Giles Harrison
A comparison of two identification and tracking methods for polar lows Lan Xia, Matthias Zahn, Kevin I. Hodges, Frauke Feser

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Posted 2016-06-21
2015 Impact Factor Announced

Metrics & Indexing

Tellus A is fully indexed with all leading and relevant services and databases and has an Impact Factor (2015) of 1.398, and is ranked 55/84 within Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences: and 35/61 within Oceanography. The SJR as reported by Scimago is 1.3, with a ranking of Q1 in Oceanography.

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