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    The diurnal cycle of precipitation over the maritime continent in a high-resolution atmospheric model

    Love, B. S., Matthews, A. J. & Lister, G. M. S., 2011, In : Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 137, 657, p. 934-947 14 p.

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    The Dynamics of the Southwest Monsoon Current in 2016 from High-Resolution In Situ Observations and Models

    Webber, B. GM., Matthews, A. J., Vinayachandran, PN., Neema, CP., Sanchez-Franks, A., Vijith, V., Amol, P. & Baranowski, D. B., Oct 2018, In : Journal of Physical Oceanography. 48, p. 2259-2282 24 p.

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    The effect of the Madden-Julian Oscillation on station rainfall and river level in the Fly River system, Papua New Guinea

    Matthews, A. J., Pickup, G., Peatman, S. C., Clews, P. & Martin, J., 16 Oct 2013, In : Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 118, 19, p. 10,926-10,935

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    The effects of rainfall on different components of seasonal fecundity in a tropical forest passerine

    Oppel, S., Hilton, G. M., Allcorn, R., Fenton, C., Matthews, A. & Gibbons, D. W., 2013, In : Ibis. 155, 3, p. 464-475 11 p.

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    The global response to tropical heating in the Madden-Julian oscillation during the northern winter

    Matthews, A. J., Hoskins, B. J. & Masutani, M., 2004, In : Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 130, 601, p. 1991-2011 21 p.

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    The modulation of tropical cyclone activity in the Australian region by the Madden-Julian Oscillation

    Hall, J. D., Matthews, A. J. & Karoly, D. J., 2001, In : Monthly Weather Review. 129, p. 2970-2982 13 p.

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