[Photo of Matthew] Professor Matthew England
Climate Change Research Centre (CCRC)
Faculty of Science
The University of New South Wales
Sydney NSW 2052 Australia

M.Englandunsw.edu.au

Publications:

Below is a full list of publications arranged in reverse chronological order. Reprints are generally under 5 Mb unless otherwise stated. Reprints or model output can be made available on request to M.Englandunsw.edu.au. Links to the abstract and/or full article appear for most of the journal papers. Submitted papers are not shown....

The Google scholar list of publications can be viewed here.

Published last month:- England, M. H., S. McGregor, P. Spence, G. A. Meehl, A. Timmermann, W. Cai, A. Sen Gupta, M. J. McPhaden, A. Purich and A. Santoso, 2014: Recent intensification of wind-driven circulation in the Pacific and the ongoing warming hiatus, Nature Climate Change, 4, 222-227, doi: 10.1038/nclimate2106. ∗pdf reprint (incl. Suppl. Material)Nature paper linkReal Climate postingNews and Views (Yu Kosaka)News Feature (Olive Heffernan)Nature Climate Change Special Issueppt slidesMedia coverage

[198] Abram, N. J., R. Mulvaney, F. Vimeux, S. J. Phipps, J. Turner and M. H. England, 2014: Evolution of the Southern Annular Mode during the last millennium, Nature Climate Change, in press.

[197] Cai, W., Borlace, S., M. Lengaigne, P. van Rensch, M. Collins, G. Vecchi, A. Timmermann, A. Santoso, M. J. McPhaden, L. Wu, M. H. England, G. Wang, E. Guilyardi, and F.-F. Jin, 2014: Increasing frequency of extreme El Niño events due to greenhouse warming, Nature Climate Change, 4, 111-116, doi:10.1038/nclimate2100. Reprint

[196] Simpkins, G. R., S. McGregor, A. S. Taschetto, L. M. Ciasto, and M. H. England, 2014: Tropical connections to climatic change in the extratropical Southern Hemisphere: the role of Atlantic SST trends. Journal of Climate, in press.

[195] Menviel, L., M. H. England, K. J. Meissner, A. Mouchet, J. Yu, 2014: Atlantic-Pacific seesaw and its role in outgassing CO2 during Heinrich events, Paleoceanography, 29, 58-70, doi:10.1002/2013PA002542. Reprint

[194] van Sebille, E., J. Sprintall, F. U. Schwarzkopf, A. Sen Gupta, A. Santoso, M. H. England, A. Biastoch, and C. W. Boning, 2014: Pacific-to-Indian Ocean connectivity: Tasman leakage, Indonesian Throughflow and the role of ENSO J. Geophys. Res. (Oceans), 119, 1365-1382, doi:10.1002/2013JC009525. Reprint

[193] Fogwill C. J., C. S. M. Turney, K. J. Meissner, P. Spence, M. H. England, N. R. Golledge, L. Carter, J. L. Roberts, R. T. Jones, 2014: Testing the sensitivity of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet to Southern Ocean dynamics: Past changes and future implications, Journal of Quaternary Science, 29, 91-98. Reprint

[192] Taschetto, A. S., A. Sen Gupta, N. C. Jourdain, A. Santoso, C. C. Ummenhofer and M. H. England, 2014: Cold tongue and warm pool ENSO events in CMIP5: mean state and future projections, J. Climate, 27, 2861-2885. Reprint

[191] Menviel, L., A. Timmermann, T. Friedrich, and M. H. England, 2014: Hindcasting the continuum of Dansgaard-Oeschger variability: mechanisms, patterns and timing, Climate of the Past, 10, 63-77. Reprint

[190] Spence, P., E. Van Sebille, O.A. Saenko, and M. H. England, 2014: Using Eulerian and Lagrangian approaches to investigate wind-driven changes in the Southern Ocean abyssal circulation, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 44, 662-675. Reprint

[189] Sijp, W. P., J. D. Zika, M. d'Orgeville and M. H. England, 2014: Revisiting meridional overturing bistability using a minimal set of state variables: stochastic theory. Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-013-1992-5. Preprint

[188] Santoso, A., S. McGregor, F.-F. Jin, W. Cai, M. H. England, S.-I. An, M. J. McPhaden, E. Guilyardi, 2013: Late 20th Century Emergence of El Niño Propagation Asymmetry and Future Projections, Nature, 504, 126-130, doi:10.1038/nature12683. Reprint

[187] Frankcombe, L. M., P. Spence, A. McC. Hogg, M. H. England, and S. M. Griffies, 2013: Sea level changes forced by Southern Ocean winds, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 5710-5715. Reprint

[186] McGregor, S., A. Timmermann, M.H. England, O. Elison Timm, and A.T. Wittenberg, 2013: Inferred changes in El Niño-Southern Oscillation variance over the past six centuries, Climate of the Past, 9, 2269-2284. Reprint

[185] Cowan, T., W. Cai, A. Purich, L. Rotstayn, and M. H. England, 2013: Forcing of anthropogenic aerosols on temperature trends of the sub-thermocline southern Indian Ocean. Nature Sci. Rep., 3: 2245, DOI:10.1038/srep02245. Reprint

[184] Simpkins, G. R., L. M. Ciasto, and M. H. England, 2013: Observed variations in multi-decadal Antarctic sea ice trends during 1979-2012, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 3643-3648, doi:10.1002/grl.50715. Reprint

[183] Rossi, V., E. Van Sebille, A. Sen Gupta, V. Garcon and M. H. England, 2013: Multi-decadal projections of surface and interior pathways of the Fukushima Cesium-137 radioactive plume, Deep Sea Res., 80, 37-46. Reprint

[182] Zika, J. D., W. P. Sijp, and M. H. England, 2013: Vertical heat transport by the ocean circulation and the role of mechanical and haline forcing, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 43, 2095-2112. Reprint

[181] Ridder, N. N., K. J. Meissner and M. H. England, 2013: Sensitivity of the oceanic carbon reservoir to tropical surface wind stress variations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 2218-2223. Reprint

[180] Van Sebille, E., P. Spence, M. R. Mazloff, M. H. England, S.R. Rintoul and O.A. Saenko, 2013: Abyssal connections of Antarctic Bottom Water in a Southern Ocean State Estimate, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 2177-2182. Reprint

[179] Hutchinson, D. K., M. H. England, A. Santoso, and A. McC. Hogg, 2013: Interhemispheric asymmetry in transient global warming: the role of Drake Passage, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 1587-1593. Reprint Suppl. material

[178] Aiken, C. M., A. Santoso, S. McGregor, and M. H. England, 2013: The 1970's shift in ENSO dynamics: A linear inverse model perspective, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 1612-1617. Reprint

[177] Karoly, D. J., M. H. England and Steffen, W., 2013: Off the charts: Extreme Australian summer heat, Australian Federal Government Climate Commission report, Canberra. Reprint.

[176] McGregor, S., N. Ramesh, P. Spence, M. H. England, M. J. McPhaden and A. Santoso, 2013: Meridional movement of wind anomalies during ENSO events and their role in event termination, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 749-754. Reprint

[175] Spence, P., O. A. Saenko, W. P. Sijp, and M. H. England, 2013: High resolution simulations of the North Atlantic climate response to Lake Agassiz drainage, J. Climate, 26, 2651-2667. Reprint

[174] Widlansky, M. J., A. Timmermann, K. Stein, S. McGregor, N. Schneider, M. H. England, M. Lengaigne, W. Cai, 2013: Changes in South Pacific rainfall bands in a warming climate. Nature Climate Change, 3, 417-423. Reprint and Supplementary Information

[173] Arzel, O., and M. H. England, 2013: Wind-stress feedback amplification of abrupt millennial-scale climate changes, Climate Dynamics, 40, 983-995. Reprint

[172] Van Sebille, E., M. H. England, and G. Froyland, 2012: Origin, dynamics and evolution of the ocean garbage patches from observed surface drifters, Env. Res. Lett., 7, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/4/044040. Reprint

[171] Speer, K., N. Lovenduski, M. H. England, D. W. J. Thompson, C. Beswick, 2012: Developing a vision for climate variability research in the Southern Ocean-Ice-Atmosphere system, CLIVAR Exchanges, 17, No. 1, 43-45. Reprint

[170] McGregor, S., A. Sen Gupta, and M. H. England, 2012: Constraining wind stress products with sea surface height observations and implications for Pacific Ocean sea-level trend attribution, J. Climate, 25, 8164-8176. Reprint

[169] Van Sebille, E., M. H. England, J. D. Zika and B. M. Sloyan, 2012: Tasman leakage in a fine-resolution ocean model, Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L06601, DOI:10.1029/2012GL051004. Reprint and Suppl. Material.

[168] Bates, M. L., S. M. Griffies; and M. H. England, 2012: A dynamic, embedded Lagrangian model for ocean climate models, Part I: Theory and implementation, Ocean Modelling, 59-60, 41-59. Reprint

[167] Bates, M. L., S. M. Griffies; and M. H. England, 2012: A dynamic, embedded Lagrangian model for ocean climate models, Part II: Idealised overflow tests, Ocean Modelling, 59-60, 60-76. Reprint

[166] Zika, J. D., M. H. England, and W. P. Sijp, 2012: The ocean circulation in thermohaline coordinates, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 42, 708-724. Reprint

[165] McGregor, S., A. Timmermann, N. Schneider, M. F. Stuecker, and M. H. England, 2012: The effect of the South Pacific Convergence Zone on the termination of El Niño events and the meridional asymmetry of ENSO, J. Climate, 25, 5566-5586. Reprint

[164] Spence, P., O. A. Saenko, J. Le Sommer, C. Dufour and M. H. England, 2012: Mechanisms maintaining Southern Ocean heat transport under projected wind forcing, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 42, 1923-1931. Reprint

[163] Simpkins, G. R., L. M. Ciasto, M. H. England, and D. W. J. Thompson, 2012: Observed relationships between large-scale climate variability and Antarctic sea-ice concentration, J. Climate, 25, 5451-5469. Reprint

[162] Arzel, O., M. H. England, A. Colin de Verdiere, and T. Huck, 2012: Abrupt millennial variability and interdecadal-interstadial oscillations in a global coupled model: sensitivity to the background climate state, Climate Dynamics, 39, 259-275. Reprint

[161] Santoso, A., M. H. England, and W. Cai, 2012: Impact of Indo-Pacific feedback interactions on ENSO dynamics diagnosed using ensemble climate simulations, J. Climate, 25, 7743-7763. Reprint

[160] Spence, P., O. A. Saenko, W. P. Sijp, and M. H. England, 2012: The role of bottom pressure torques on the interior pathways of North Atlantic Deep Water, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 42, 110-125. Reprint

[159] Steffen, W., D. J. Karoly, and M. H. England, 2012: The science behind southeast Australia's wet, cool summer, Australian Federal Government Climate Commission report, Canberra. Reprint.

[158] Sijp, W. P., M. H. England, and J. M. Gregory, 2012: Precise calculations of the existence of multiple AMOC equilibria in coupled climate models, Part I: equilibrium states, J. Climate, 25, 282-298. Reprint

[157] Sijp, W. P., and M. H. England, 2012: Precise calculations of the existence of multiple AMOC equilibria in coupled climate models, Part II: transient behavior, J. Climate, 25, 299-306. Reprint

[156] Ummenhofer, C. C., A. Sen Gupta, P. R. Briggs, M. H. England, P. C. McIntosh, G. A. Meyers, M. J. Pook, M. R. Raupach, and J. S. Risbey, 2011: Indian and Pacific Ocean influences on southeast Australian drought and soil moisture, J. Climate, 24, 1313-1336. Reprint.

[155] Arzel, O., M. H. England and O. A. Saenko, 2011: The impact of wind-stress feedback on the stability of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation, J. Climate, 24, 1965-1984. Reprint.

[154] Dufour, C., J. Le Sommer, T. Penduff, B. Barnier and M. H. England, 2011: Structure and causes of the Pulsation Mode in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current south of Australia, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 41, 253-268. Reprint.

[153] Allison, I., Bindoff, N. L., Bindschadler, R. A., Cox, P. M., de Noblet, N., M. H. England, Francis, J. E., Gruber, N., Haywood, A. M., Karoly, D. J., Kaser, G., Le Quere, C., Lenton, T. M., Mann, M. E., McNeil, B. I., Pitman, A. J., Rahmstorf, S., Rignot, E., Schellnhuber, H. J., Schneider, S. H., Sherwood, S. C., Somerville, R. C. J., Steffen, K., Steig, E. J., Visbeck, Martin and Weaver, A. J. (2011) The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Updating the World on the Latest Climate Science; Elsevier, Oxford, UK.

[152] England, M. H., 2011: Changing modes of ocean-atmosphere variability, pp 33-35, In: Climate Change: Global Risks, Challenges and Decisions (Eds: K. Richardson, W. Steffen, D. Liverman), Cambridge University Press, 524pp. Reprint

[151] Thompson, D. W. J., S. Solomon, P. J. Kushner, M. H. England, K. M. Grise and D. J. Karoly, 2011: Signatures of the Antarctic ozone hole in Southern Hemisphere surface climate change, Nature Geoscience, 4, 741-749 (doi:10.1038/ngeo1296). Reprint

[150] D'Orgeville, M., M. H. England, and W. P. Sijp, 2011: Buffered versus non-buffered ocean carbon reservoir variations: Application to the sensitivity of atmospheric pCO2 to ocean circulation changes, Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L24603, doi:10.1029/2011GL049823. Reprint.

[149] Kidston, J., A. S. Taschetto, D. W. J. Thompson and M. H. England, 2011: The influence of Southern Hemisphere sea-ice extent on the latitude of the mid-latitude jet stream, Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L15804, doi:10.1029/2011GL048056. Reprint.

[148] Ummenhofer C. C., A. Sen Gupta, Y. Li, A. S. Taschetto, and M. H. England, 2011: Multi-decadal modulation of the El Niño-Indian monsoon relationship by Indian Ocean variability. Environ. Res. Lett., 6, 034006, doi:10.1088/1748-9326/6/3/034006. Reprint.
Review in Nature Climate Change.

[147] Ciasto, L. M., and M. H. England, 2011: Observed ENSO teleconnections to Southern Ocean SST anomalies diagnosed from a surface mixed layer heat budget, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L09701, doi:10.1029/2011GL046895. Reprint.

[146] Hill, K. J., A. S. Taschetto and M. H. England, 2011: Sensitivity of South American summer rainfall to tropical Pacific Ocean SST anomalies, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L01701, doi:10.1029/2010GL045571. Reprint.

[145] Saenko, O. A., X.-Y. Yang, M. H. England, and W. G. Lee, 2011: Subduction and transport in the Indian and Pacific Oceans in a 2 x CO2 climate, J. Climate, 24, 1821-1838. Reprint.

[144] Taschetto, A. S., A. Sen Gupta, H. H. Hendon, C. C. Ummenhofer and M. H. England, 2011: The contribution of Indian Ocean sea surface temperature anomalies on Australian summer rainfall during El Niño events, J. Climate, 24, 3734-3747. Reprint and corrigendum.

[143] Sijp, W. P., M. H. England, and M. Huber, 2011: Effect of the deepening of the Tasman Gateway on the global ocean, Paleoceanography, 26, PA4207, doi:10.1029/2011PA002143. Reprint.

[142] Santoso, A., W. Cai, M. H. England, and S. J. Phipps, 2011: The role of the Indonesian Throughflow on ENSO dynamics in a coupled climate model, J. Climate, 24, 585-601. Reprint.

[141] Ciasto, L. M., M. A. Alexander, C. Deser, and M. H. England, 2011: On the persistence of cold season SST anomalies associated with the Annular Modes, J. Climate, 24, 2500-2515. Reprint.

[140] Allison, I., M. Bird, J. Church, M. H. England, I. Enting, D. Karoly, M. Raupach, J. Palutikof, and S. Sherwood, 2010: The Science of Climate Change: Questions and Answers, ISBN 085847-286-4, Australian Academy of Science, Canberra. Report

[139] Raupach M., K. Lambeck, M. H. England, K. Fairley-Grenot, J. Finnigan, E. Krull, J. Langford, K. Lovegrove, J. Wright, M. Young, 2010: Challenges at Energy-Water-Carbon Intersections. Prime Minister's Science, Engineering and Innovation Council, Canberra, Australia, 76pp. Report

[138] Luffman, J. J., A. S. Taschetto, and M. H. England, 2010: Global and regional climate response to late Twentieth-Century warming over the Indian Ocean, J. Climate, 23, 1660-1674. Reprint.

[137] Taschetto, A. S., R. J. Haarsma, A. Sen Gupta, C. C. Ummenhofer, K. J. Hill, and M. H. England, 2010: Australian monsoon variability driven by a Gill-Matsuno type response to central-west Pacific warming, J. Climate, 23, 4717-4736. Reprint.

[136] Arzel, O., A. Colin de Verdiere, and M. H. England, 2010: The role of oceanic heat transport and wind-stress forcing in abrupt millennial-scale climate transitions, J. Climate, 23, 2233-2256. Reprint.

[135] Taschetto, A. S., R. J. Haarsma, A. Sen Gupta, C. C. Ummenhofer, and M. H. England, 2010: Teleconnections associated with the intensification of the Australian monsoon during El Niño Modoki events, IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 11, 012031, DOI:10.1088/1755-1315/11/1/012031. Reprint.

[134] D'Orgeville, M., M. H. England, K. J. Meissner, and W. P. Sijp, 2010: On the southern hemisphere westerlies control of glacial-interglacial atmospheric CO2 variations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L21703, doi:10.1029/2010GL045261. Reprint.

[133] Santoso, A., A. Sen Gupta, and M. H. England, 2010: Genesis of Indian Ocean mixed layer temperature anomalies: A heat budget analysis, J. Climate, 23, 5375-5403. Reprint.

[132] Allison, I., Bindoff, N. L., Bindschadler, R. A., Cox, P. M., de Noblet, N., M. H. England, Francis, J. E., Gruber, N., Haywood, A. M., Karoly, D. J., Kaser, G., Le Quere, C., Lenton, T. M., Mann, M. E., McNeil, B. I., Pitman, A. J., Rahmstorf, S., Rignot, E., Schellnhuber, H. J., Schneider, S. H., Sherwood, S. C., Somerville, R. C. J., Steffen, K., Steig, E. J., Visbeck, Martin and Weaver, A. J. (2009) The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Updating the World on the Latest Climate Science; The University of New South Wales Climate Change Research Centre (CCRC), Sydney, Australia, 60pp.

[131] England, M. H., A. Sen Gupta and A. J. Pitman, 2009: Constraining future greenhouse gas emissions by a cumulative target, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sciences, 106, 16539-16540. Reprint.

[130] Sijp, W. P., M. H. England, and J. R. Toggweiler, 2009: Effect of ocean gateway changes under greenhouse warmth, J. Climate, 22, 6639-6652. Reprint.

[129] Taschetto, A. S., A. Sen Gupta, C. C. Ummenhofer and M. H. England, 2009: How does El Niño Modoki affect the Australian monsoon? CLIVAR Exchanges, 14, No. 2/3, 35-37. Reprint.

[128] Hill, K. J., A. S. Taschetto and M. H. England, 2009: South American rainfall impacts associated with inter-El Niño variations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L19702, doi:10.1029/2009GL040164. Reprint.

[127] Sen Gupta, A., A. Santoso, A. S. Taschetto, C. C. Ummenhofer, J. Trevena and M. H. England, 2009: Projected changes to the Southern Hemisphere ocean and sea-ice in the IPCC AR4 climate models, J. Climate, 22, 3047-3078. Reprint.

[126] Ummenhofer, C. C., A. Sen Gupta, A. S. Taschetto, and M. H. England, 2009: Modulation of Australian precipitation by meridional gradients in East Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperature, J. Climate, 22, 5597-5610. Reprint.

[125] Taschetto, A. S., C. C. Ummenhofer, A. Sen Gupta, and M. H. England, 2009: Effect of anomalous warming in the central Pacific on the Australian monsoon, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L12704, doi:10.1029/2009GL038416. Reprint.

[124] Sijp, W. P. and M. H. England, 2009: The control of polar haloclines by along-isopycnal diffusion in climate models, J. Climate, 22, 486-498. Reprint.

[123] Taschetto, A. S. and M. H. England, 2009: El Niño Modoki impacts on Australian rainfall, J. Climate, 22, 3167-3174. Reprint.

[122] Ummenhofer, C. C., A. Sen Gupta, M. H. England, and C.J.C. Reason, 2009: Contributions of Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures to enhanced East African rainfall, J. Climate, 22, 993-1013. Reprint.

[121] Hill, K. J., A. Santoso and M. H. England, 2009: Interannual Tasmanian rainfall variability associated with large-scale climate modes, J. Climate, 22, 4383-4397. Reprint.

[120] Sijp, W. P. and M. H. England, 2009: Atmospheric moisture transport determines climatic response to the opening of the Drake Passage, J. Climate, 22, 2483-2493. Reprint.

[119] Findell, K. L., A. J. Pitman, M. H. England, and P. Pegion, 2009: Regional and global impacts of land cover change and sea surface temperature anomalies, J. Climate, 22, 3248-3269. Reprint.

[118] Sijp, W. P. and M. H. England, 2009: Southern Hemisphere westerly wind control over the ocean's thermohaline circulation, J. Climate, 22, 1277-1286. Reprint.

[117] Ummenhofer, C. C., M. H. England, P. C. McIntosh, G. A. Meyers, M. J. Pook, J. S. Risbey, A. Sen Gupta, A. S. Taschetto, 2009: What causes southeast Australia's worst droughts?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L04706, doi:10.1029/2008GL036801. Reprint.

[116] Ummenhofer, C. C., A. Sen Gupta and M. H. England, 2009: Causes of late Twentieth Century trends in New Zealand precipitation, J. Climate, 22, 3-19. Reprint.

[115] Griffies, S. M., A. Biastoch, C. Boening, F. Bryan, E. Chassignet, M. H. England, R. Gerdes, H. Haak, R. W. Hallberg, W. Hazeleger, J. Jungclaus, W. G. Large, G. Madec, B. L. Samuels, M. Scheinert, A. Sen Gupta, C. A. Severijns, H. L. Simmons, A-M. Treguier, M. Winton, S. Yeager, and J. Yin, 2009: Coordinated Ocean-ice Reference Experiments (COREs), Ocean Modelling, 26, 1-46. Reprint.

[114] Taschetto, A. S. and M. H. England, 2009: An analysis of late twentieth century trends in Australian rainfall, Int. J. Climatol., 29, 791-807. Reprint.

[113] Trevena, J., W. P. Sijp, and M. H. England, 2008: North Atlantic Deep Water Collapse triggered by a Southern Ocean meltwater pulse in a glacial climate state, Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L09704, doi:10.1029/2008GL033236. Reprint.

[112] Sijp, W. P. and M. H. England, 2008: The effect of a northward shift in the Southern Hemisphere westerlies on the global ocean, Progr. Oceanogr., 79, 1-19. Reprint.

[111] Arzel, O., M. H. England and W. P. Sijp, 2008: Reduced stability of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation due to wind stress feedback during glacial times, J. Climate, 21, 6260-6282. Reprint.

[110] Taschetto, A. S. and M. H. England, 2008: Estimating ensemble size requirements of AGCM simulations, Met. Atmos. Physics, 100, 23-36. Reprint.

[109] Drost, F. and M. H. England, 2008: Twentieth century trends in moisture advection over Australia. Met. Atmos. Physics, 100, 243-256. Reprint.

[108] Ummenhofer, C. C., A. Sen Gupta, M. J. Pook, and M. H. England, 2008: Anomalous rainfall over southwest Western Australia forced by Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures, J. Climate, 21, 5113-5134. Reprint.

[107] England, M. H., 2008: Water mass variability and change in the Southern Ocean, Trans. Roy. Soc. Vic., 120 (2), i-iv. Reprint

[106] Trevena, J., W. P. Sijp, and M. H. England, 2008: Stability of Antarctic Bottom Water formation to freshwater fluxes and implications for global climate, J. Climate, 21, 3310-3326. Reprint

[105] Santoso, A., and M. H. England, 2008: Antarctic Bottom Water Variability in a Coupled Climate Model, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 38, 1870-1893. Reprint.

[104] Aiken, C. M., and M. H. England, 2008: Sensitivity of the present-day climate to freshwater forcing associated with Antarctic sea-ice loss. J. Climate, 21, 3936-3946. Reprint.

[103] Sen Gupta, A., and M. H. England, 2007: Atmosphere - Ocean - Atmosphere coupling of the Southern Annular Mode, CLIVAR Exchanges, 12(3), p. 23-24. Reprint.

[102] Treguier, A-M., M. H. England, S. R. Rintoul, G. Madec, J. Le Sommer and J-M. Molines, 2007: Southern Ocean overturning across streamlines in an eddying simulation of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current, Ocean Science, 3, 491-507. Reprint.

[101] Froyland, G., K. Padberg, M. H. England, A. M. Treguier, 2007: Detection of coherent oceanic structures via transfer operators. Phys. Rev. Lett. , 98, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.98.224503. Reprint.

[100] Sen Gupta, A., and M. H. England, 2007: Coupled ocean-atmosphere feedback in the Southern Annular Mode, J. Climate, 20, 3677-3692. Reprint.

[99] Ummenhofer C. C., A. Sen Gupta, M. J. Pook, and M. H. England, 2007: Seasonal rainfall anomalies over Western Australia forced by Indian Ocean SST - Scope for improved forecasting. CLIVAR Exchanges, 12(4), 30-32. Reprint.

[98] Sen Gupta, A., and M. H. England, 2007: Evaluation of interior circulation in a high resolution global ocean model, Part II: Southern Hemisphere Intermediate, Mode, and Thermocline Waters, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 37, 2612-2636. Reprint.

[97] Ummenhofer, C. C. and M. H. England, 2007: Interannual extremes in New Zealand precipitation linked to modes of Southern Hemisphere climate variability, J. Climate, 20, 5418-5440. Reprint.

[96] England, M. H., C. C. Ummenhofer, and A. Santoso, 2006: Indian Ocean variability linked to interannual rainfall extremes over southwest Western Australia, CLIVAR Exchanges, 11(4), p. 28. Reprint.

[95] Sen Gupta, A., and M. H. England, 2006: Coupled ocean-atmosphere-ice response to variations in the Southern Annular Mode. J. Climate, 19, 4457-4486. Reprint.

[94] Sijp, W. P., and M. H. England, 2006: Sensitivity of the Atlantic thermohaline circulation and its stability to basin-scale variations in vertical mixing, J. Climate, 19, 5467-5478. Reprint.

[93] Sijp, W. P., Bates, M. L., and M. H. England, 2006: Can isopycnal mixing control the stability of the thermohaline circulation in ocean climate models? J. Climate, 19, 5637-5651. Reprint.

[92] England, M. H., C. C. Ummenhofer, and A. Santoso, 2006: Interannual rainfall extremes over southwest Western Australia linked to Indian Ocean climate variability. J. Climate, 19, 1948-1969. Reprint.

[91] Aiken, C. M., M. H. England, and C. J. C. Reason, 2006: Optimal growth of Antarctic Circumpolar Waves, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 36, 255-269. Reprint, Review in BAMS.

[90] Santoso, A., M. H. England, and A. C. Hirst, 2006: Circumpolar Deep Water Circulation and Variability in a Coupled Climate Model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 36, 1523-1552. Reprint

[89] Saenko O. A., J. C. Fyfe, and M. H. England, 2005: On the response of the oceanic wind-driven circulation to atmospheric CO2 increase. Climate Dynamics, 25, 415-426. Reprint.

[88] Dawson M. N., A. Sen Gupta, and M. H. England, 2005: Coupled biophysical global ocean model and molecular genetic analyses identify multiple introductions of cryptogenic species. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sciences, 102, 11968-11973. Reprint.

[87] Bates, M. L., M. H. England, and W. P. Sijp, 2005: On the multi-century Southern Hemisphere response to changes in atmospheric CO2 concentration in a global climate model. Met. Atmos. Physics, 89, 17-36. Reprint.

[86] Sijp, W. P., and M. H. England, 2005: Role of the Drake Passage in controlling the stability of the ocean's thermohaline circulation. J. Climate, 18, 1957-1966. Reprint.

[85] Aiken, C. M., and M. H. England, 2005: On the stochastic forcing of modes of interannual Southern Ocean sea surface temperature variability, J. Climate, 18, 3074-3083. Reprint.

[84] England, M. H. and F. Huang, 2005: On the interannual variability of the Indonesian Throughflow and its linkage with ENSO. J. Climate, 18, 1435-1444. Reprint.

[83] Sen Gupta, A., and M. H. England, 2004: Evaluation of interior circulation in a high resolution global ocean model, Part I: Deep and Bottom Waters, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 34, 2592-2614. Reprint.

[82] Huang, F., F. Zhou, and M. H. England, 2004: Atmospheric circulation associated with anomalous variations in North Pacific wintertime blocking, Mon. Weather Rev., 132, 1049-1064. Reprint

[81] Oke, P. R., and M. H. England, 2004: Oceanic response to changes in the latitude of the Southern Hemisphere subpolar westerly winds, J. Climate, 17, 1040-1054. Reprint

[80] Santoso, A., and M. H. England, 2004: Antarctic Intermediate Water circulation and variability in a coupled climate model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 34, 2160-2179. Reprint

[79] Sijp, W. P., and M. H. England, 2004: Effect of the Drake Passage throughflow on global climate, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 34, 1254-1266. Reprint

[78] Saenko O. A., and M. H. England, 2003: On the response of Southern Ocean water-masses to atmospheric meridional moisture advection, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30, doi: 10.1029/ 2002GL016516. Reprint

[77] Oke, P. R., M. H. England, and J. H. Middleton, 2003: On the dynamics of an observed thermal front off central eastern Australia, J. Geophys. Res., 108, 3106, doi:10.1029/2002JC001370. Reprint

[76] Saenko O., A. J. Weaver and M. H. England, 2003: A region of enhanced northward Antarctic Intermediate Water transport in a coupled climate model, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 33, 1528-1535. Reprint

[75] England, M. H., and A. Santoso, 2003: Antarctic Intermediate Water variability in a coupled climate model. EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France. Abstract

[74] England, M. H., and P. R. Oke, 2003: On the oceanic response to wind stress variations associated with the Antarctic Oscillation. EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France. Abstract

[73] Goloubeva, E. N. and M. H. England, 2003: On the inclusion of Arctic water masses in a World Ocean Circulation Model. Mathematical Methods in Geophysics, 11, 358-363.

[72] Goloubeva, E. N. and M. H. England, 2003: The numerical modelling of the World Ocean circulation on the basis of two different approaches to bottom relief approximation, submitted.

[71] England, M. H., and W. P. Sijp, 2003: Effect of the Drake Passage throughflow on global climate. EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France. (Invited) Abstract

[70] England, M. H., and A. Sen Gupta, 2003: Decadal to multi-century global ocean ventilation in a high-resolution off-line tracer transport model. EGS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France. Abstract

[69] Hazell, D., and M. H. England, 2003: Prediction of the fate of radioactive material in the South Pacific Ocean using a global eddy-resolving model, J. Environmental Radioactivity, 65, 329-355. Reprint or further details and movies

[68] Oke, P. R., and M. H. England, 2002: Sensitivity of extratropical ocean circulation to variations in surface wind stress, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Wellington, New Zealand.

[67] England, M. H., S. R. Rintoul, and A. Santoso, 2002: Interannual to centennial variability of Southern Ocean water masses, Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Wellington, New Zealand.

[66] Thomas, H. and M. H. England, 2002: Different oceanic features of anthropogenic CO2 and CFCs. Naturwissenschaften, 89, 399-403. Reprint

[65] Rintoul, S. R., and M. H. England, 2002: Ekman transport dominates air-sea fluxes in driving variability of Subantarctic Mode Water, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 32, 1308-1321. Reprint

[64] England, M. H., 2002: Review of Ocean Circulation and Climate: Observing and Modelling the Global Ocean (Edited by Gerold Siedler, John Church and John Gould. Academic Press, San Diego, 2001, 715pp.) AMSA Bulletin.

[63] Hazell D., and M. H. England, 2001: Prediction of the fate of radioactive material in the South Pacific Ocean using a global eddy-resolving model, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Conference, University of Tasmania.

[62] England, M. H., and S. R. Rintoul, 2001: Ekman transport dominates air-sea heat fluxes in driving variability of Subantarctic Mode Water, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society Conference, University of Tasmania.

[61] England, M. H., 2001: Review of Ocean Circulation and Climate: Observing and Modelling the Global Ocean (Edited by Gerold Siedler, John Church and John Gould. Academic Press, San Diego, 2001, 715pp.) Australian Meteorological Magazine, 50, 317-318.

[60] England, M. H., 2001: Variability of Subantarctic Mode Water in observations and a coupled climate model, European Geophysical Society XXVI General Assembly, High Latitude Processes, Nice, France. (Invited)

[59] England, M. H. and D. Hazell, 2001: Prediction of the fate of radioactive material in the South Pacific Ocean using a global eddy-resolving model, European Geophysical Society XXVI General Assembly, Nice, France.

[58] England, M. H., 2001: Using transient tracers in ocean models: Uncertainties and limitations. American Geophysical Union, special session on Transient Tracers in GFD, Boston. (Invited)

[57] England, M. H., 2001: On the variability of Subantarctic Mode Water south of Australia, American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting, Boston.

[56] England, M. H., and P. R. Oke, 2001: Ocean modelling and prediction, In: Environmental Modelling and Prediction (Eds: G.B. Peng, L.M. Leslie and Shao, Y.), Springer-Verlag, 125-171. Reprint (gzipped, 9Mb)

[55] England, M. H., 2001: Ocean process tracers: tracers and large-scale models, In: Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Ed: J. Steele, S. Thorpe and K. Turekians), Academic Press, 3009-3020. Reprint

[54] Thomas, H., M. H. England, and Ittekkot V., 2001: An off-line 3D model of anthropogenic CO2 uptake by the oceans, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 547-550. Reprint

[53] England, M. H., and E. Maier-Reimer, 2001: Using chemical tracers to assess ocean models. Reviews of Geophysics, 39, 29-70. Reprint

[52] England, M. H., 2000: Variability of Subantarctic Mode Water in a coupled climate model, Australian Marine Sciences Association, UNSW, Australia.

[51] Jackett, D. R., T. J. McDougall, M. H. England and A. C. Hirst, 2000: Thermal expansion in ocean and coupled general circulation models, J. Climate, 13, 1384-1405. Reprint

[50] M. H. England, 1999: Two-way model-data interaction, In: Report of the WOCE-AIMS Tracer Workshop, WOCE Report No. 167/99, (1999), 17-23.

[49] M. H. England, 1999: Southern Ocean modelling for climate studies, In: Report of the WOCE/CLIVAR Workshop on Ocean Modelling for Climate Studies, WOCE Report No. 165/99, (1999), 27-32.

[48] M. H. England, 1999: Geochemical tracer modelling in ocean simulations: status, limitations, and future perspectives, In: Report of the WOCE-AIMS Tracer Workshop, WOCE Report 167/99, 49-50.

[47] Stramma, L., and M. H. England, 1999: On the water masses and mean circulation of the South Atlantic Ocean. J. Geophys. Res., 104, 20863-29883. Reprint

[46] England, M. H., and E. Maier-Reimer, 1999: Using chemical tracers to assess ocean models, In: Proceedings of the XXII General Assembly of the IUGG, University of Birmingham, pp. 179.

[45] England, M. H., 1999: Water-mass analysis in ocean modelling, In: Proceedings of the XXII General Assembly of the IUGG, University of Birmingham, pp. 197. (Invited)

[44] England, M. H., 1999: Sensitivity of ventilation rates and radiocarbon uptake to subsurface mixing parameterisation in ocean models, In: Proceedings of the XXII General Assembly of the IUGG, University of Birmingham, pp. 243.

[43] Goosse, H., E. Deleersnijder, T. Fichefet and M. H. England, 1999: Sensitivity of a World Ocean model including sea-ice and CFC transport to the parameterisation of vertical mixing, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 13681-13695. Reprint

[42] England, M. H., 1999: WOCE chemical tracer measurements aid the assessment of ocean climate models, WOCE International Newsletter, 35, 6-11. Reprint

[41] England, M. H., and S. Rahmstorf, 1999: Sensitivity of ventilation rates and radiocarbon uptake to subsurface mixing parameterisation in ocean models. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 29, 2802-2827. Abstract or Reprint

[40] England, M. H., 1998: Modelling the Southern Ocean circulation, ANZAAS International Year of the Ocean Symposium, Hobart, Tasmania.

[39] England, M. H., and G. Holloway, 1998: Simulations of CFC content and water-mass age in the deep North Atlantic. J. Geophys. Res., 103, 15,885-15,902. Reprint

[38] England, M. H., 1997: Simulations of radiocarbon in a global ocean model. In: Abstracts, APOC/AMOS Joint Conference, Macquarie University, (AMOS Publication 12), p. 20.

[37] Goosse, H., E. Deleersnijder, M. H. England, T. Fichefet and J.-M. Campin, 1997: Sensitivity of a World Ocean model including sea-ice and CFC transport to the parameterization of vertical mixing. In: Abstracts of the 29th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics, Liege, Belgium.

[36] England, M. H., 1997: Validating ocean climate models - new tools and data sets for ocean model assessment, 5th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, Pretoria, South Africa.

[35] England, M. H., 1997: The role of subsurface mixing parameterisations in determining ocean model ventilation, IAPSO/IAMAS General Assembly, Melbourne.

[34] England, M. H., 1997: Water-mass formation rates diagnosed in ocean models using chemical tracers, Joint Assembly of IAMAS and IAPSO, Melbourne.

[33] England, M. H., 1997: Southern Ocean water-mass formation and tracer ventilation in ocean GCMs, WOCE Southern Ocean workshop, Antarctic Cooperative Research Centre, Hobart.

[32] Rahmstorf, S., and M. H. England, 1997: On the influence of Southern Hemisphere winds on North Atlantic Deep Water flow. Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) Report No. 26, 29 pp.

This picture shows the zonal mean observed oxygen as well as the simulated CFC-11 in two experiments using different parameterisations of subsurface mixing (ISOP uses standard isopycnal mixing, whereas GM adopts the scheme of Gent and McWilliams, 1990). The upwelling of old oxygen-depleted Circumpolar Deep Water apparent in panel (a) is only captured in the GM experiment. Background contours show neutral surfaces (a) observed, and in the (b) ISOP, and (c) GM Expts. See England and Hirst (1997) for more details.

[31] England, M. H., and A. C. Hirst, 1997: Chlorofluorocarbon uptake in a World Ocean model, 2. Sensitivity to surface thermohaline forcing and subsurface mixing parameterisation. J. Geophys. Res., 102, 15,709-15,731. Abstract or Reprint

[30] Rahmstorf, S., and M. H. England , 1997: On the influence of Southern Hemisphere winds on North Atlantic Deep Water flow. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 27, 2040-2054. Abstract or Reprint

[29] McDougall, T. J., A. C. Hirst, M. H. England and P. C. McIntosh, 1996: Ocean models and climate prediction: implications of a new eddy parameterisation. Geophys. Res. Letters, 23, 2085-2088. Abstract or Reprint

[28] England, M. H., 1996: Validating ocean climate models: New tools and data sets for ocean model assessment, In: Climate Impacts Assessment; Development and Application of Climate Change Scenarios, Eds: A.B. Pittock, P.H. Whetton, and K.J. Hennessy, 36-39.

[27] England, M. H., 1996: Validating ocean climate models, Ann. Geophys., 14, Suppl. II, C124.

[26] Jackett, D. R., T. J. McDougall, and M. H. England, 1996: Global sea level rise. In: Climate Impacts Assessment; Development and Application of Climate Change Scenarios (Eds: A.B. Pittock, P. H. Whetton, and K.J. Hennessy), 43-46.

[25] Whetton, P., M. H. England, S.P. O'Farrell, I.G. Watterson and A.B. Pittock, 1996: Global comparison of the regional rainfall results of enhanced greenhouse coupled and mixed layer ocean experiments: implications for climate change scenario development. Climatic Change, 33, 497-519. Abstract or Reprint

[24] Provost, C., S. Gana, V.C. Garcon, K. Maamaatuaiahutapu, and M. H. England, 1995: Hydrographic conditions in the Brazil/Malvinas Confluence during austral summer 1990. J. Geophys. Res., 100, 10655-10678. Reprint

[23] England, M. H., 1995: CFC uptake and ventilation time-scales in a World Ocean model. In: Abstracts, APOC/AMOS Joint Conference, (AMOS Publication, 10), p. 31.

[22] England, M. H., 1995: Using chlorofluorocarbons to assess ocean climate models, Maurice Ewing Symposium on Using Trace Substance Measurements to Solve Oceanographic Problems, Biosphere 2 site, Arizona, USA. (Invited)

[21] England, M. H., 1995: Using idealised age and dye tracers to diagnose ocean model ventilation, Maurice Ewing Symposium on Using Trace Substance Measurements to Solve Oceanographic Problems, Biosphere 2 site, Arizona, USA.

[20] England, M. H., 1995: The age of water and ventilation time-scales in a global ocean model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 25, 2756-2777. Abstract or Reprint

This picture shows the AGE of water at 3000-m depth in a global ocean model, agreeing remarkably well with 14C estimates. See the J. of Phys. Oceanography November 1995 issue for more.

[19] England, M. H., 1995: Using chlorofluorocarbons to assess ocean climate models, Geophys. Res. Letters, 22, 3051-3054. Abstract or Reprint

This picture shows the simulated CFC-11 in the Southern Ocean along the WOCE SR3 section, observed vs. modelled. The model case uses standard Cartesian mixing schemes, resulting in spurious deep ventilation near 60S. Refer to the GRL paper for further details.

[18] England, M. H., V. C. Garcon, and J.-F Minster, 1994: Chlorofluorocarbon uptake in a World Ocean model, 1. Sensitivity to the surface gas forcing. J. Geophys. Res., 99, 25215-25233. Abstract or Reprint

[17] England, M. H., 1994: Interbasin exchange in the South Atlantic Ocean. In: Abstracts of the IAPSO Workshop "Interbasin Exchanges in the Southern Hemisphere" (Ed: R. Pollard), Cape Town, South Africa. (Invited)

[16] England, M. H., and V.C. Garcon, 1994: South Atlantic circulation in a World Ocean model, Annales Geophysicae, Special edition on the South Atlantic Ocean, 12, 812-825. Abstract

This picture shows the recirculation of thermocline, intermediate and deep water in the South Atlantic Ocean in a 1.6 degree x 1.6 degree World Ocean model, with transport rates given in Sverdrups. The agreement with certain recent observational studies is discussed in the Annales Geophysicae paper.

[15] England, M. H., 1993: South Atlantic Ocean Ventilation: a numerical model study with geochemical tracers. Ann. Geophys., 11, Suppl. II, C163.

[14] England, M. H., 1993: The mechanism for Antarctic Intermediate Water renewal in a World Ocean model. Ann. Geophys., 11, Suppl. II, A124.

[13] England, M. H., J. S. Godfrey, A. C. Hirst, M. Tomczak, 1993: The mechansim for Antarctic Intermediate Water renewal in a World Ocean model, In: Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, American Meterological Society, 324-325.

[12] England, M. H., 1993: A world ocean model that resolves the global-scale water-masses, Ocean Modelling, 98, 2-5.

[11] England, M. H., J. S. Godfrey, A. C. Hirst and M. Tomczak, 1993: The mechanism for Antarctic Intermediate Water renewal in a World Ocean model. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 23, 1553-1560. Abstract or Reprint

[10] England, M. H., 1993: Representing the global-scale water masses in ocean general circulation models. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 23, 1523-1552. Abstract or Reprint

[9] England, M. H., M. Tomczak, and J. S. Godfrey, 1992: Water mass formation and Sverdrup dynamics; a comparison between climatology and a coupled ocean-atmosphere model. J. Mar. Systems, 3, 279-306. Reprint

[8] England, M. H., 1992: On the formation of the global-scale water masses in ocean general circulation models. In: Abstracts, 4th Air-Sea Interaction Conference, University of Melbourne (AMOS Publication 8), p. 12.

[7] England, M. H., 1992: The global-scale circulation and water-mass formation in a World Ocean Model, PhD thesis, the University of Sydney, 226pp.

[6] England, M. H., 1992: On the formation of Antarctic Intermediate and Bottom Water in ocean general circulation models. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 22, 918-926. Reprint

[5] England, M. H., and M. Tomczak, 1991: A model of water-mass formation in the World Ocean, Ocean Modelling, 92, 2-4.

[4] England, M. H., 1991:An analysis of the dynamics and circulation in a global coupled ocean-atmosphere model, Ocean Sciences Institute Rep. 44, The University of Sydney, 111pp.

[3] England, M. H., 1991: Changes in Pacific Ocean sea level related to variations in North Atlantic Deep Water formation. In: Report of the Ninth Meeting of the Committee of Climate Changes and the Ocean (CCCO); Pacific Ocean Climate Studies Panel, (Ed: D. Halpern), Sydney University, Australia, Annex IV, 4-5.

[2] England, M. H., 1988: Evolution of the near-surface thermal structure of the tropical Pacific Ocean during 1980-1983. In: Abstracts, Joint Oceanographic Assembly, Acapulco, Mexico, pp. 30.

[1] England, M. H., 1987:Evolution of the near-surface thermal structure in the tropical Pacific Ocean during 1980-1983, B.Sc. (Hons) thesis, The University of Sydney, 81pp.