Andrys J., T J. Lyons, and J Kala. ” Evaluation of a WRF Ensemble using GCM Boundary Conditions to Quantify Mean and Extreme Climate for the Southwest of Western Australia (1970-1999).” International Journal of Climatology (submitted July 2015)
Andrys J., Thomas J. Lyons, and Jatin Kala. “Multidecadal Evaluation of WRF Downscaling Capabilities over Western Australia in Simulating Rainfall and Temperature Extremes.” Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology54.2 (2015): 370-394.
Andrys J., T.J. Lyons, J. Kala. 2015. Using Relative Entropy to Quantify Changes in Regional Climate Simulations. 95thAmerican Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Phoenix USA (January 2015)
Andrys J., T.J. Lyons, J. Kala. 2014. Using high performance computing to detect future changes in rainfall and temperature extremes. International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis, New Orleans USA (November 2014)
Kala, J., Andrys, J., Lyons, T. J., Foster, I. J., & Evans, B. J. 2014. Sensitivity of WRF to driving data and physics options on a seasonal time-scale for the southwest of Western Australia. Climate Dynamics, 1-27. doi 10.1007/s00382-014-2160-2
Andrys, J., Lyons, T. J., Kala, J., 2013: Modelling Regional Climate in the South West of Western Australia (SWWA) to Detect Future Changes in Rainfall and Temperature Extremes, Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union December, San Francisco, USA.
Andrys, J., Lyons, T. J., Kala, J., 2013: Modelling Regional Climate in the South West of Western Australia (SWWA) to Detect Future Changes in Rainfall and Temperature Extremes, 93rd Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, February, Atlanta, USA.
Lyons, T.J., J. Kala, J. Andrys and I.J. Foster, 2013: Sensitivity of energy resources to model parameterisation. 2nd International Conference, Energy and Meteorology, Weather and Climate for the Energy Industry, June, Toulouse, France.