* denotes led by Pritchard’s group; underlined are: PI-advised (P)ostdoc, (G)raduatestudent, (U)ndergraduate.
* Langenbrunner, B. (P), M. Pritchard, G. Kooperman and J. Randerson. Why does Amazon precipitation decrease when tropical forests respond to increasing CO2?, submitted: EarthArXiv preprint.
Kooperman, G., M. Fowler (G), F. Hoffman, C. Koven, K. Lindsay, M. Pritchard, A. Swann and J. Randerson. Plant-physiological responses to rising CO2 modify daily runoff intensity with implications for global-scale flood risk assessment, in revision for GRL.
* Parishani, H. (P), M. S. Pritchard, C. S. Bretherton, C. R. Terai, M. C. Wyant, M. Khairoutdinov and B. Singh. Insensitivity of the cloud response to surface warming under radical changes to boundary layer turbulence and cloud microphysics: Results from the UltraParameterized CAM, in revision for JAMES.
* Yu, S. (G) and M. S. Pritchard. Is oceanic buffering of forced ITCZ shifts controlled by an underappreciated Atlantic meridional overturning circulation pathway?, in revision for Journal of Climate: EarthArXiv preprint.
Levine. P., M. Xu, F. M. Hoffman, Y. Chen, M. S. Pritchard and J. T. Randerson. Soil moisture variability intensifies and prolongs Amazon temperature and carbon cycle response to El Niño-Southern Oscillation, in revision for Journal of Climate.
35. * Sun, J. (P) and M. S. Pritchard. Effects of explicit convection on land surface air temperature and land-atmosphere coupling in the thermal feedback pathway, J. Adv. Model. Earth Sys., 2018 [link]
34. Zeng, X., D. Klocke, B. J. Shipway, M. S. Singh, I. Sandu, W. Hannah, P. Bogenschutz, Y. Zhang, H. Morrison, M. S. Pritchard, and C. Rio, 2018. Community Efforts in Understanding and Modeling Atmospheric Processes. Community efforts in understanding and modeling atmospheric processes, Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., 2018. [link]
33.* Rasp, S. (Visiting G), M. S. Pritchard, and P. Gentine. Deep learning to represent sub-grid processes in climate models, PNAS, 2018. [link]
32. Gentine, P., M. S. Pritchard, S. Rasp(Visiting G), G. Reinaudi and G. Yacalis (G). Could machine learning break the convection parameterization deadlock?, Geophys. Res. Lett., 45, 2018. [link]
31. Kooperman, G. K, Y. Chen, F. M. Hoffman, C. D. Koven, K. Lindsay, M. S. Pritchard, A. L. S. Swann, and J. T. Randerson, 2018. Forest response to rising CO2 drives zonally asymmetric rainfall change over tropical land, Nature Climate Change, 8, 434–440, 2018. [link]
30.* Kooperman, G. J.(P), M. S. Pritchard, M. S., T. A. O’Brien and B. W. Timmermans. Rainfall from resolved rather than parameterized processes better represents the present‐day and climate change response of moderate rates in the community atmosphere model. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 10, 2018. [link]
29.* Qin, H. (G), M. S. Pritchard,G. J. Kooperman (P)and H. Parishani (P), 2018. Global Effects of SuperParameterization on Hydro-Thermal Land–Atmosphere Coupling on Multiple Timescales, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 10, 2018. [link]
28.* Fowler, M. (G), M. S. Pritchardand G. J. Kooperman (P). Assessing the impact of Californian and Indian irrigation on precipitation in the irrigation-enabled Community Earth System Model, J. Hydromet.,19(2), 427-443, 2018. [link]
27. Woelfle, M., S. Yu, (G)., C. S. Bretherton and M. S. Pritchard. Sensitivity of coupled tropical Pacific model biases to convective parameterization in CESM1, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 10, 2018. [link]
26.* Parishani, H. (P).,M. S. Pritchard, C. S. Bretherton, M. C. Wyant and M. Khairoutdinov. Towards low cloud-permitting cloud superparameterization with explicit boundary layer turbulence, J. Adv. Model Earth Syst., 9, 1542–1571, 2017. [link]
25.* Kooperman, G. J (P).,M. S. Pritchard, M. A. Burt, M. D. Branson, and D. A. Randall. Impacts of cloud superparameterization on projected daily rainfall intensity climate changes in multiple versions of the Community Earth System Model, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 8, 2016. [link]
24.* Sun, S. (P)and M. S. Pritchard. Effects of explicit convection on global land-atmosphere coupling in the superparameterized CAM, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 8, 1248–1269, 2016. [link]
23.* Elliott, E. J. (U), S. Yu (G), G. Kooperman (P), H. Morrison , M. Wang and M. S. Pritchard. Sensitivity of summer ensembles of superparameterized US mesoscale convective systems to cloud resolving model microphysics and grid configuration, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst.,2016.[link]
22.* Pritchard, M. S. and D. Yang. Response of the superparameterized Madden-Julian Oscillation to extreme climate and basic state variation challenges a moisture mode view. J. Climate, 29, 4995-5008, 2016. [link]
21.* Kooperman, G. J. (P), M. S. Pritchard, M. A. Burt, M. D. Branson, and D. A. Randall. Robust effects of cloud super-parameterization on simulated daily rainfall intensity statistics across multiple versions of CESM. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 8, 2016. [link]
20. Benedict, J. J., M. S. Pritchard, and W. D. Collins. Sensitivity of MJO propagation to a robust positive Indian Ocean dipole event in the superparameterized CAM, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 7, 1901–1917, 2015. [link]
19. * Yu, S. (G) and M. S. Pritchard. The effect of large-scale model time step and multiscale coupling frequency on cloud climatology, vertical structure, and rainfall extremes in a superparameterized GCM, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 7, 1977–1996, 2015. [link]
18. Jones, C., C. S. Bretherton and M. S. Pritchard. Mean-state acceleration of cloud-resolving model simulations. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst.,07, 2015. [link]
17. Klingaman, N. P., S. J. Woolnough, X. Jiang, D. Waliser, P. K. Xavier, J. Petch, M. Caian, C. Hannay, D. Kim, H.-Y. Ma, W. J. Merryfield, T. Miyakawa, M. S. Pritchard, J. A. Ridout, R. Roehrig, E. Shindo, F. Vitart, H. Wang, N. Cavanaugh, B. E. Mapes, A. Shelly, G. J. Zhang. Vertical structure and physical processes of the Madden-Julian Oscillation: Linking hindcast fidelity to simulated diabatic heating and moistening, J. Geophys. Res. Atm.120, 10, 4690-4717, 2015. [link]
16. Xavier, P.K., J. C. Petch, N. P. Klingaman, S. J. Woolnough, X. Jiang, D. E. Waliser, M. Caian, J. Cole, S. Hagos, C. Hannay, D. Kim, T. Miyakawa, M. S. Pritchard, R. Roehrig, E. Shindo, F. Vitart, H. Wang. Vertical structure and diabatic processes of the Madden-Julian Oscillation: Biases and uncertainties at short range, J. Geophys. Res. Atm.120, 10, 4749 -4763, 2015. [link]
15. Hannah, W, M. S. Pritchardand E. Maloney. Consequences of systematic model drift in DYNAMO MJO hindcasts with SP-CAM and CAM5, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 07, 2015. [link]
14. Pritchard M. S., C. DeMott and C. S. Bretherton. Restricting 32–128 km horizontal scales hardly affects the MJO in the Superparameterized Community Atmosphere Model v.3.0 but the number of cloud-resolving grid columns constrains vertical mixing, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 06, 2014. [link]
13. Kooperman, G., M. S. Pritchardand R. C. J. Somerville.The response of US summer rainfall to quadrupled CO2 climate change in conventional and superparameterized versions of the NCAR Community Atmosphere Model, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 06, 2014. [link]
12. Zhao, Z., G. Kooperman, M. S. Pritchard, L. M. Russell and R. C. J. Somerville. Investigating impacts of forest fires in Alaska and western Canada on regional weather over the northeastern United States using CAM5 global simulations to constrain transport to a WRF-Chem regional domain, J. Geophys. Res. Atm., 199(12): 7515-7536, 2014. [link]
11. Pritchard, M. S.and C. S. Bretherton. Causal evidence that rotational moisture advection is critical to the superparameterized Madden-Julian Oscillation, J. Atmos. Sci., 71(2) 800-815, 2014. [link]
10. Kooperman, G., M. S. Pritchard and R. C. J. Somerville. Robustness and sensitivities of central U.S. summer convection in the superparameterized CAM: Multi-model intercomparison with a new regional EOF index, 2013. Geophys. Res. Lett., 40 (12), 3287-3291, 2013. [link]
9. Kooperman, G., M. S. Pritchard, S. Ghan, R. C. J. Somerville and L. M. Russell. Constraining the influence of natural variability to improve estimates of global aerosol indirect effects in a nudged version of the Community Atmosphere Model 5. J. Geophys. Res. Atm.., 117, D23204, 2012. [link]
8. Schmidt, J. M., P. J. Flatau. P. R. Harasti, R. D. Yates, R. Littleton, M. S. Pritchard, and co-authors. Radar observations of individual rain drops in the free atmosphere, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2012. [link]
7. Zhao, Z, M. S. Pritchard, and L. M. Russell. Effects on precipitation, clouds, and temperature from long-range transport of idealized aerosol plumes in WRF-Chem simulations, J. Geophys. Res. Atm., 117 (D5), 2012. [link]
6. Pritchard, M. S., M. W. Moncrieff and R. C. J. Somerville. Orogenic propagating precipitation systems over the US in a global climate model with embedded explicit convection, J. Atmos. Sci. 68 (8), 1821-1840, 2011. [link]
5. Pritchard, M. S.and R. C. J. Somerville. Assessing the Diurnal Cycle of Precipitation in a Multi-Scale Climate Model, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 1, 2009. [link]
4. Pritchard, M. S.and R. C. J. Somerville. Empirical orthogonal function analysis of the diurnal cycle of precipitation in a multi-scale climate model, Geophys. Res. Lett36 (5), 2009. [link]
3. Pritchard, M. S., A. B. G. Bush and S. J. Marshall. Interannual atmospheric variability affects continental ice sheet simulations on millennial time scales. J. Climate21 (22), 5976-5992, 2008. [link]
2. Pendlebury, D., T. G. Shepherd, M. S. Pritchard, and C. McLandress. Normal mode Rossby waves and their effects on chemical composition in the late summer stratosphere. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 8 (7), 1925-1935, 2008. [link]
1. Pritchard, M. S., A. B. G. Bush and S. J. Marshall. Neglecting ice-atmosphere interactions underestimates ice sheet melt in millennial-scale deglaciation simulations. Geophys. Res. Lett. 35 (1), L01503, 2008. [link]