Publications

Published Data

  1. Australia Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (ACCESS1.3) contributions to Coupled Model Comparison Phase 5 (CMIP5) archived with Research Data Australia

Published Journal Articles

  1. Lewis, S.C. (2017). Mitigating the risks of rapid event attribution in the gray literature. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0320.1
  2. Lewis, S.C. and A.D.King (2017) Evolution of mean, variance and extremes in 21st century temperatures, Weather and Climate Extremes, 15, 1-10, http://doi.org/10.1016/j.wace.2016.11.002
  3. Lewis, S.C., A.D.King and S.E. Perkins-Kirkpatrick (2017). Defining a new normal for extremes in a warming world. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0183.1.
  4. Dittus, A., D. Karoly, S. Lewis, L. Alexander and M. Donat (2016). A multiregion model evaluation and attribution study of historical changes in the area affects by temperature and precipitation extremes. Journal of Climate. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0164.1
  5. Hassol, S., S. Torok, S. Lewis and P. Lagunda (2016). (Un)Natural Disasters: Communicating Linkages Between Extreme Events and Climate Change. World Meteorological Organization Bulletin, 65(2).
  6. Lewis, S. C, D. J. Karoly, A. D. King, S. E. Perkins, and M. G. Donat (accepted, 09/01/2016), Mechanisms explaining recent changes in Australia’s climate extremes. Climate Extremes: Patterns, Trends, and Mechanisms, American Geophysical Union.
  7. Gallant, A.E.J. and Lewis, S.C. (2016). Stochastic and anthropogenic influences on repeated record‐breaking temperature extremes in Australian spring of 2013 and 2014. Geophysical Research Letters. doi: 10.1002/2016GL067740.
  8. Lewis, S. C. (2016). Can public perceptions of Australian climate extremes be reconciled with the statistics of climate change? Weather and Climate Extremes, 1–10. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.wace.2015.11.008
  9. Lewis, S.C. and LeGrande, A.N. (2015)  Stability of ENSO and its tropical Pacific teleconnections over the Last Millennium, Climate of the Past., 11, 1579-1613, doi:10.5194/cpd-11-1579-2015.
  10. Dittus, A.J., D.J. Karoly, S.C. Lewis and L.V. Alexander (2015) A multi-region assessment of observed changes in the areal extent of temperature and precipitation extremes, Journal of Climate, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00753.1
  11. King, A.D., van Oldenborgh, G.J., Karoly, D.J., Lewis, S.C. and Cullen, H. (2015) Attribution of the record high Central England temperature of 2014 to anthropogenic influences, Environmental Research Letters 10 (5), 054002, http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/10/5/054002
  12. King, A.D., Donat, M.G., Fischer, E.M., Hawkins, E., Alexander, L.V., Karoly, D.J., Dittus, A.J., Lewis, S.C., and Perkins, S.E. (2015) The timing of anthropogenic emergence in simulated climate extremes, Environmental Research Letters 10(9), doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/10/9/094015
  13. Lewis, S..C and King, A.D. (2015) Dramatically increased rate of observed hot record‐breaking in recent Australian temperatures, Geophysical Research Lettersdoi: 10.1002/2015GL065793 
  14. Dittus, A.J., D.J. Karoly, S.C. Lewis and L.V. Alexander (2014) An investigation of the unexpected frost day increases in southern Australia, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal, 64, 261–271
  15. Lewis, S.C. , D.J. Karoly and M. Yu (2014) Quantitative estimates of anthropogenic contributions to extreme Australia- and state -wide monthly, seasonal and annual average temperatures, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal, 64 (3), 215-230.
  16. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly (2014) Assessment of forced responses of the Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (ACCESS) version 1.3 in CMIP5 historical detection and attribution experiments, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal, 64, 87-101.
  17. Perkins, S.E., S.C. Lewis, A.D. King and L.V. Alexander, Increased risk in the frequency and intensity of Australian heatwaves during the 2012-2013 summer due to anthropogenic activity, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, [in Explaining Extreme Events of 2013 from a Climate Perspective]
  18. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly. (2014). The role of anthropogenic forcing in the record 2013 Australia-wide annual and spring temperatures, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, [in Explaining Extreme Events of 2013 from a Climate Perspective]
  19. Lewis, S.C. and D.K. Karoly (2014) ‘Are estimates of anthropogenic and natural influences on Australia’s extreme 2010-2012 rainfall model-dependent?’  Climate Dynamics, doi: 10.1007/s00382-014-2283-5
  20. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt (2014), Comparison of hydrological expressions of forced ENSO-like conditions in simulations of the pre-industrial and mid-Holocene, Journal of Geophysical Researchdoi: 10.1002/2013JD020961
  21. Lewis, S. C., and D. J. Karoly (2013), Evaluation of Historical Diurnal Temperature Range Trends in CMIP5 Models, Journal of Climate, 26(22), 9077–9089, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-13-00032.1.
  22. King, A. D., S. C. Lewis, S. E. Perkins, L. V. Alexander, M. G. Donat, D. J. Karoly, and M. T. Black (2013), Limited Evidence of Anthropogenic Influence on the 2011–12 Extreme Rainfall Over Southeast Australia, edited by T. C. Peterson, M. P. Hoerling, P. A. Stott, and S. C. Herring, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 94(9), S55–S58.
  23. Lewis, S. C., and D. J. Karoly (2013), Anthropogenic contributions to Australia’s record summer temperatures of 2013, Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1002/grl.50673.
  24. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt (2013), Modeling insights into deuterium excess as an indicator of water vapor source conditions, Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1029/2012JD017804.
  25. Tierney, J. E., S. C. Lewis, B. I. Cook, A. N. LeGrande, and G. A. Schmidt (2011), Model, proxy and isotopic perspectives on the East African Humid Period, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 307(1-2), 103–112, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2011.04.038.
  26. Lewis, S. C., M. K. Gagan, L. K. Ayliffe, J.-X. Zhao, W. S. Hantoro, P. C. Treble, J. C. Hellstrom, A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt (2011), High-resolution stalagmite reconstructions of Australian–Indonesian monsoon rainfall variability during Heinrich stadial 3 and Greenland interstadial 4, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 303(1), 133–142. 
  27. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt (2010), Water vapour source impacts on oxygen isotope variability in tropical precipitation during Heinrich events, Climate of the Past, 6(3), 325–343, doi:10.5194/cp-6-325-2010.
  28. Kershaw, A. P., S. C. Bretherton*, and S. van der Kaars (2007), A complete pollen record of the last 230 ka from Lynch’s Crater, north-eastern Australia, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 251(1), 23–45, doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2007.02.015.

Conference papers as first author

  1. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘Anthropogenic contributions to Australia’s record temperatures of 2013’, Oral presentation at Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) meeting, February 2014, in Hobart, Australia.
  2. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘Evaluation of simulations of the historical period using ACCESS1-3’, Poster presentation at Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) meeting, February 2014, in Hobart, Australia.
  3. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘Extreme seasonal-scale climate events in Australia’, Oral presentation at 1st European Climate and Weather Events: Interpretation and Attribution (EUCLEIA) General Assembly meeting, January 2014, in Zurich, Switzerland.
  4. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘What influenced Australia’s Record 2010-2012 rainfall?’, Poster presentation at CLIVAR 6th Climate of the 20th Century (C20C) meeting, November 2013, in Melbourne, Australia.
  5. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘Anthropogenic contributions to recent Australian seasonal extremes’, Oral presentation at International Detection and Attribution Group (IDAG) meeting, July 2013, in Boulder, USA.
  6. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘Anthropogenic contributions to Australia’s extreme rainfall 2010-2012’, Oral presentation at European Geosciences Union (EGU) meeting, April 2013, in Vienna, Austria.
  7. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘Seasonal-scale Australian temperature and rainfall extremes in CMIP5 historical simulations’, Poster presentation at Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) meeting, February 2013, in Melbourne, Australia.
  8. Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘Modelled water isotopes expressions of ENSO-like variability in tropical precipitation’, Oral presentation at Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) meeting, February 2013, in Melbourne, Australia.
  9.  Lewis, S.C. and D.J. Karoly ‘Diurnal temperature range trends ’, Poster presentation at CAWCR Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) model intercomparison workshop, April 2012, in Hobart, Australia.
  10. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt ‘What does deuterium excess tell us about oceanic moisture sources in the past?’, Oral presentation at Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) meeting, January 2012, in Sydney, Australia.
  11. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt ‘Modelling insights into deuterium excess in water vapour as an indicator of oceanic source conditions?’, Oral presentation at Past Model Intercomparison Project (PMIP) meeting, December 2010, in Kyoto, Japan.
  12. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt ‘Water vapour source change impacts on tropical δ18Op during Heinrich events’, Poster presentation at Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) meeting, January 2010, in Canberra, Australia, awarded Best Student Poster Prize.
  13. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt ‘Water isotope records of Australian paleomonsoon dynamics over the last ~30 kyr: integrating speleothem reconstruction and GCM results?’, Oral presentation at Past Global Changes (PAGES) 1st Young Scientist meeting July 2009, in Corvallis, USA.
  14. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt ‘Water isotope records of Australian paleomonsoon dynamics over the last ~30 kyr: integrating speleothem reconstruction and GCM results?’, Poster presentation at Past Global Changes (PAGES) 3rd Open Science meeting, July 2009, in Corvallis, USA.
  15. Lewis, S. C., A. N. LeGrande, M. Kelley, and G. A. Schmidt ‘Speleothem reconstructions of palaeomonsoon dynamics from Flores, Indonesia over the last ~50 kyr’, Oral presentation at 9th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography meeting, February 2009, in Melbourne, USA.
  16. Lewis, S. C., M. K. Gagan, L. K. Ayliffe, J.-X. Zhao, W. S. Hantoro ‘Speleothem reconstructions of palaeomonsoon dynamics from Flores, Indonesia over the last 24 kyr’, Oral presentation at Goldschmidt meeting, July 2008, in Vancouver, Canada.

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