Sandeep Sahany
Sandeep Sahany
Head, Climate Modeling and Prediction Branch, CCRS Singapore
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor nea.gov.sg
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Temperature–moisture dependence of the deep convective transition as a constraint on entrainment in climate models
S Sahany, JD Neelin, K Hales, RB Neale
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 69 (4), 1340-1358, 2012
722012
Diurnal‐scale signatures of monsoon rainfall over the Indian region from TRMM satellite observations
S Sahany, V Venugopal, RS Nanjundiah
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 115 (D2), 2010
582010
Modern and glacial tropical snowlines controlled by sea surface temperature and atmospheric mixing
AK Tripati, S Sahany, D Pittman, RA Eagle, JD Neelin, JL Mitchell, ...
Nature Geoscience 7 (3), 205-209, 2014
502014
Global warming precipitation accumulation increases above the current-climate cutoff scale
JD Neelin, S Sahany, SN Stechmann, DN Bernstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (6), 1258-1263, 2017
372017
Indian summer monsoon rainfall prediction: a comparison of iterative and non-iterative approaches
Y Dash, SK Mishra, S Sahany, BK Panigrahi
Applied Soft Computing 70, 1122-1134, 2018
222018
Effects of time step size on the simulation of tropical climate in NCAR-CAM3
SK Mishra, S Sahany
Climate dynamics 37 (3), 689-704, 2011
222011
Deep convective transition characteristics in the Community Climate System Model and changes under global warming
S Sahany, JD Neelin, K Hales, RB Neale
Journal of Climate 27 (24), 9214-9232, 2014
202014
Fidelity of CMIP5 multi-model mean in assessing Indian monsoon simulations
SK Mishra, S Sahany, P Salunke, IS Kang, S Jain
Npj Climate and Atmospheric Science 1 (1), 1-8, 2018
192018
Spatiotemporal variability of seasonality of rainfall over India
S Sahany, SK Mishra, R Pathak, B Rajagopalan
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (14), 7140-7147, 2018
192018
The 26 July 2005 heavy rainfall event over Mumbai: numerical modeling aspects
S Sahany, V Venugopal, RS Nanjundiah
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 109 (3), 115-128, 2010
182010
Performance of CMIP5 models in the simulation of Indian summer monsoon
S Jain, P Salunke, SK Mishra, S Sahany
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 137 (1), 1429-1447, 2019
172019
Indian summer monsoon simulations: Usefulness of increasing horizontal resolution, manual tuning, and semi-automatic tuning in reducing present-day model biases
A Anand, SK Mishra, S Sahany, M Bhowmick, JS Rawat, SK Dash
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-14, 2018
162018
Singapore’s second national climate change study–phase 1
C Marzin, R Rahmat, D Bernie, L Bricheno, E Buonomo, D Calvert, ...
E. Met Office, Uk, Centre for Climate Research Singapore, S., National …, 2015
162015
Linkages between MJO and summer monsoon rainfall over India and surrounding region
SK Mishra, S Sahany, P Salunke
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 129 (3), 283-296, 2017
142017
Precipitation biases in CMIP5 models over the south Asian region
R Pathak, S Sahany, SK Mishra, SK Dash
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
132019
Historical simulations and climate change projections over India by NCAR CCSM4: CMIP5 vs. NEX-GDDP
S Sahany, SK Mishra, P Salunke
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 135 (3), 1423-1433, 2019
132019
Advantage of NEX-GDDP over CMIP5 and CORDEX data: Indian summer monsoon
S Jain, P Salunke, SK Mishra, S Sahany, N Choudhary
Atmospheric Research 228, 152-160, 2019
122019
25. THE 2014 RECORD DRY SPELL AT SINGAPORE: AN INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE (ITCZ) DROUGHT
JL McBride, S Sahany, MEE Hassim, CM Nguyen, SY Lim, R Rahmat, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (12), S126-S130, 2015
122015
CMIP5 vs. CORDEX over the Indian region: how much do we benefit from dynamical downscaling?
SK Mishra, S Sahany, P Salunke
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 133 (3), 1133-1141, 2018
112018
Impact of convective downdrafts on model simulations: results from aqua-planet integrations
S Sahany, RS Nanjundiah
Annales Geophysicae 26 (7), 1877-1887, 2008
112008
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