Journal Articles

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S. Sun, I. Eisenman, and A. Stewart (2017). Does Southern Ocean surface forcing shape the global ocean overturning circulation? Geophys Res Lett, submitted.

T.J.W. Wagner, R. Dell, I. Eisenman, R. Keeling, L. Padman, and J. Severinghaus (2017). Wave inhibition by sea ice enables trans-Atlantic ice rafting of debris during Heinrich Events. Submitted.

J. Rae, R. Wills, I. Eisenman, W. Gray, B. Taylor (2017). Glacial North Pacific warming and nutrient limitation driven by enhanced overturning circulation. Submitted.

T.J.W. Wagner, A. Stern, R. Dell, and I. Eisenman (2017). On the representation of capsizing in iceberg models. Ocean Modelling, in press. [pdf]

T.J.W. Wagner and I. Eisenman (2017). How climate model biases skew the distribution of iceberg meltwater. Geophys Res Lett 44, GL071645. [pdf]

T.J.W. Wagner, R. Dell, and I. Eisenman (2017). An analytical model of iceberg drift. J Phys Oceanogr 47, 1605-1616. [pdf]

C. Strong, D. Foster, E. Cherkaev, I. Eisenman, and K. Golden (2017). On the definition and analysis of the width of the marginal ice zone. J Atmos Oceanic Technol, in press. [pdf]

E. Rosenblum and I. Eisenman (2017). Sea ice trends in climate models only accurate in runs with biased global warming. J Climate 30, 6265-6278. [pdf]

E. Rosenblum and I. Eisenman (2016). Faster Arctic sea ice retreat in CMIP5 than in CMIP3 due to volcanoes. J Climate 29, 9179-9188. [pdf]

S. Sun, I. Eisenman, and A. Stewart (2016). The influence of Southern Ocean surface buoyancy forcing on glacial-interglacial changes in the global deep ocean stratification. Geophys Res Lett 43, 8124-8132. [pdf]

J. Jones, S. Gille, H. Goosse, N. Abram, P. Canziani, D. Charman, K. Clem, X. Crosta, C. de Lavergne, I. Eisenman, M. England, R. Fogt, L. Frankcombe, G. Marshall, V. Masson-Delmotte, A. Morrison, A. Orsi, M. Raphael, J. Renwick, D. Schneider, G. Simpkins, E. Steig, B. Stenni, D. Swingedouw, T. Vance (2016). Assessing recent trends in high-latitude Southern Hemisphere surface climate. Nature Climate Change 6, 917-926. [pdf]

T.J.W. Wagner and I. Eisenman (2015). False alarms: How early warning signals falsely predict abrupt sea ice loss. Geophys Res Lett 42, 10333-10341. [pdf]

T.J.W. Wagner and I. Eisenman (2015). How climate model complexity influences sea ice stability. J Climate 28, 3998-4014. [pdf] [a research highlight]

J. Zhu, Z. Liu, X. Zhang, I. Eisenman, and W. Liu (2014). Linear weakening of the AMOC in response to receding glacial ice sheets in CCSM3. Geophys Res Lett 41, 6252-6258. [pdf]

R. Ewing, I. Eisenman, M. Lamb, L. Poppick, A. Maloof, and W. Fischer (2014). New constraints on equatorial temperatures during a Late Neoproterozoic snowball Earth glaciation. Earth Planet Sci Lett 406, 110-122. [pdf]

L. Li, A. Miller, J. McClean, I. Eisenman, and M. Hendershott (2014). Processes driving sea ice variability in the Bering Sea in an eddying ocean/sea ice model: anomalies from the mean seasonal cycle. Ocean Dynamics 64, 1693-1717. [pdf]

L. Li, J. McClean, A. Miller, I. Eisenman, M. Hendershott, and C. Papadopoulos (2014). Processes driving sea ice variability in the Bering Sea in an eddying ocean/sea ice model: mean seasonal cycle. Ocean Modelling 84, 51-66. [pdf]

I. Eisenman, W. Meier, and J. Norris (2014). A spurious jump in the satellite record: has Antarctic sea ice expansion been overestimated? The Cryosphere 8, 1289-1296. [pdf] [summary slide] [a research highlight] [news pieces here, here, here, here, here]

K. Pistone, I. Eisenman, and V. Ramanathan (2014). Observational determination of albedo decrease caused by vanishing Arctic sea ice. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 111, 3322-3326. [pdf] [summary slide] [news pieces here, here, here, here, here, here]

T. Merlis, T. Schneider, S. Bordoni, and I. Eisenman (2013). The tropical precipitation response to orbital precession. J Climate 26, 2010-2021. [pdf]

T. Merlis, T. Schneider, S. Bordoni, and I. Eisenman (2013). Hadley circulation response to orbital precession. Part II: Subtropical continent. J Climate 26, 754-771. [pdf]

T. Merlis, T. Schneider, S. Bordoni, and I. Eisenman (2013). Hadley circulation response to orbital precession. Part I: Aquaplanets. J Climate 26, 740-753. [pdf]

I. Eisenman (2012). Factors controlling the bifurcation structure of sea ice retreat. J Geophys Res—Atmos 117, D01111. [pdf]

K. Armour, I. Eisenman, E. Blanchard-Wrigglesworth, K. McCusker, and C. Bitz (2011). The reversibility of sea ice loss in a state-of-the-art climate model. Geophys Res Lett 38, L16705. [pdf] [a research highlight]

S. Finnegan, K. Bergmann, J. Eiler, D. Jones, D. Fike, I. Eisenman, N. Hughes, A. Tripati, and W. Fischer (2011). The magnitude and duration of Late Ordovician-Early Silurian glaciation. Science 331, 903-906. [pdf] [a news piece]

I. Eisenman, T. Schneider, D. Battisti, and C. Bitz (2011). Consistent changes in the sea ice seasonal cycle in response to global warming. J Climate 24, 5325-5335. [pdf]

Y. Ashkenazy, I. Eisenman, H. Gildor, and E. Tziperman (2010). The effect of Milankovitch variations in insolation on equatorial seasonality. J Climate 23, 6133-6142. [pdf]

D. Abbot, I. Eisenman, and R. Pierrehumbert (2010). The importance of ice vertical resolution for snowball climate and deglaciation. J Climate 23, 6100-6109. [pdf]

I. Eisenman (2010). Geographic muting of changes in the Arctic sea ice cover. Geophys Res Lett 37, L16501. [pdf] [a research highlight] [a blog piece]

I. Eisenman, C. Bitz, and E. Tziperman (2009). Rain driven by receding ice sheets as a cause of past climate change. Paleoceanography 24, PA4209. [pdf] [a research highlight] [a news piece]

I. Eisenman and J.S. Wettlaufer (2009). Nonlinear threshold behavior during the loss of Arctic sea ice. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 106, 28-32. [pdf] [a research highlight] [a news piece]

I. Eisenman, N. Untersteiner, and J.S. Wettlaufer (2008). Reply to comment by E. T. DeWeaver et al. on "On the reliability of simulated Arctic sea ice in global climate models". Geophys Res Lett 35, L04502. [pdf]

G. Gebbie, I. Eisenman, A. Wittenberg, and E. Tziperman (2007). Modulation of westerly wind bursts by sea surface temperature: a semistochastic feedback for ENSO. J Atmos Sci 64, 3281-3295. [pdf]

I. Eisenman, N. Untersteiner, and J.S. Wettlaufer (2007). On the reliability of simulated Arctic sea ice in global climate models. Geophys Res Lett 34, L10501. [pdf]

I. Eisenman, L. Yu, and E. Tziperman (2005). Westerly wind bursts: ENSO's tail rather than the dog? J Climate 18, 5224-5238. [pdf] [summary text]

I. Eisenman (2005). Non-normal effects on salt finger growth. J Phys Oceanogr 35, 616-627. [pdf] [summary text]

 

Non-refereed

I. Eisenman and J.S. Wettlaufer (2009). Is Arctic sea ice approaching a tipping point? B Am Meteorol Soc 90, 1605-1606. [pdf]

G. Gebbie, I. Eisenman, A. Wittenberg, and E. Tziperman (2007). Could ocean-modulated wind bursts lead to better El Niño forecasts? B Am Meteorol Soc 88, 1356-1357. [pdf]

I. Eisenman (2007). Arctic catastrophes in an idealized sea ice model. In Program of Studies: Ice (Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Program), Woods Hole Oceanog Inst Tech Rept 2007-02. [pdf]

P. Huybers and I. Eisenman (2006). Integrated summer insolation calculations. NOAA/NCDC Paleoclimatology Program, Data Contribution Series #2006-079. [url] [code]

T. Sasseen, I. Eisenman, and K. Mason (2002). New constraints on galaxy evolution from the optical monitor on XMM-Newton. In New Visions of the X-ray Universe in the XMM-Newton and Chandra Era, ed. F. Jansen, European Space Agency SP-488. [pdf]