Franco Molteni
Franco Molteni
Principal Scientist, Earth System Predictability Section, ECMWF
Verified email at ecmwf.int
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The ECMWF ensemble prediction system: Methodology and validation
F Molteni, R Buizza, TN Palmer, T Petroliagis
Quarterly journal of the royal meteorological society 122 (529), 73-119, 1996
17901996
On the operational predictability of blocking
S Tibaldi, F Molteni
Tellus A 42 (3), 343-365, 1990
7971990
Signature of recent climate change in frequencies of natural atmospheric circulation regimes
S Corti, F Molteni, TN Palmer
Nature 398 (6730), 799-802, 1999
6711999
Tropical-extratropical interaction associated with the 30–60 day oscillation and its impact on medium and extended range prediction
L Ferranti, TN Palmer, F Molteni, E Klinker
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 47 (18), 2177-2199, 1990
4081990
Atmospheric simulations using a GCM with simplified physical parametrizations. I: Model climatology and variability in multi-decadal experiments
F Molteni
Climate Dynamics 20 (2-3), 175-191, 2003
3842003
Toward a dynamical understanding of planetary-scale flow regimes
J Marshall, F Molteni
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 50 (12), 1792-1818, 1993
3411993
Predictability and finite‐time instability of the northern winter circulation
F Molteni, TN Palmer
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 119 (510), 269-298, 1993
3231993
The new ECMWF seasonal forecast system (System 4)
F Molteni, T Stockdale, M Balmaseda, G Balsamo, R Buizza, L Ferranti, ...
European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, 2011
2562011
Computation of optimal unstable structures for a numerical weather prediction model
R Buizza, J Tribbia, F Molteni, T Palmer
Tellus A 45 (5), 388-407, 1993
2231993
Simulation of the Madden–Julian oscillation and its teleconnections in the ECMWF forecast system
F Vitart, F Molteni
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 136 (649), 842-855, 2010
2082010
Ensemble prediction
TN Palmer, F Molteni, R Mureau, R Buizza, P Chapelet, J Tribbia
Proceedings of the ECMWF Seminar on Validation of models over Europe 1, 21-66, 1993
2071993
Regimes in the wintertime circulation over northern extratropics. I: Observational evidence
F Molteni, S Tibaldi, TN Palmer
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 116 (491), 31-67, 1990
1901990
Ensemble prediction using dynamically conditioned perturbations
R Mureau, F Molteni, TN Palmer
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 119 (510), 299-323, 1993
1771993
Low-frequency variability of the Indian monsoon–ENSO relationship and the tropical Atlantic: The “weakening” of the 1980s and 1990s
F Kucharski, A Bracco, JH Yoo, F Molteni
Journal of Climate 20 (16), 4255-4266, 2007
1732007
A strategy for high‐resolution ensemble prediction. I: Definition of representative members and global‐model experiments
F Molteni, R Buizza, C Marsigli, A Montani, F Nerozzi, T Paccagnella
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 127 (576), 2069-2094, 2001
1712001
Decadal interactions between the western tropical Pacific and the North Atlantic Oscillation
F Kucharski, F Molteni, A Bracco
Climate dynamics 26 (1), 79-91, 2006
1702006
Wintertime variability of Mediterranean precipitation and its links with large-scale circulation anomalies
R Quadrelli, V Pavan, F Molteni
Climate Dynamics 17 (5-6), 457-466, 2001
1612001
Extended‐range predictions with ECMWF models: Time‐lagged ensemble forecasting
Č Branković, TN Palmer, F Molteni, S Tibaldi, U Cubasch
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 116 (494), 867-912, 1990
1601990
Impact of localized tropical and extratropical SST anomalies in ensembles of seasonal GCM integrations
L Ferranti, F Molteni, TN Palmer
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 120 (520), 1613-1645, 1994
1571994
ECMWF seasonal forecast system 3 and its prediction of sea surface temperature
TN Stockdale, DLT Anderson, MA Balmaseda, F Doblas-Reyes, L Ferranti, ...
Climate dynamics 37 (3-4), 455-471, 2011
1492011
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