Martin Singh

Lecturer, School of Earth, Atmosphere & Environment, Monash University

Journal Articles

P.A. O'Gorman, T.M. Merlis & M.S. Singh (2017). Increase in the skewness of extratropical vertical velocities with climate warming: fully nonlinear simulations versus moist baroclinic instability Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc., in review. [PDF]

M.S. Singh, Z. Kuang, E. D. Maloney, W. M. Hannah & B.O. Wolding (2017). Increasing potential for intense tropical and subtropical thunderstorms under global warming. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., in press. [PDF] [supp. info.] [article in The Conversation]

M.S. Singh, Z. Kuang & Y. Tian (2017). Eddy influences on the strength of the Hadley circulation: dynamic and thermodynamic perspectives. J. Atm. Sci., 74, 467-486. [PDF]

M.S. Singh & P.A. O'Gorman (2016). Scaling of the entropy budget with surface temperature in radiative-convective equilibrium. J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 8, doi:10.1002/2016MS000673. [PDF]

M.S. Singh & Z. Kuang (2016). Exploring the role of eddy momentum fluxes in determining the characteristics of the equinoctial Hadley circulation: fixed-SST simulations. J. Atmos. Sci., 73, 2427-2444. [PDF]

S. Pfahl, P.A. O'Gorman & M.S. Singh (2015). Midlatitude cyclones in idealized simulations of changed climates. J. Atmos. Sci., 28, 9373-9392. [PDF]

M.S. Singh & P.A. O'Gorman (2015). Increases in moist-convective updraft velocities with warming in radiative-convective equilibrium. Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc., DOI:10.1002/qj.2567. [PDF]

M.S. Singh & P.A. O'Gorman (2014). Influence of microphysics on the scaling of precipitation extremes with temperature. Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, 6037-6044. [PDF] [supp. info.]

M.S. Singh & P.A. O'Gorman (2013). Influence of entrainment on the thermal stratification in simulations of radiative-convective equilibrium. Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 4398-4403. [PDF] [supp. info.] [MATLAB code for zero-buoyancy plume model]

P.A. O'Gorman & M.S. Singh (2013). Vertical structure of warming consistent with an upward shift in the middle and upper troposphere. Geophys. Res. Lett., 40, 1838-1842. [PDF] [supp info]

M.S. Singh & P.A. O'Gorman (2012). Upward shift of the atmospheric general circulation under global warming: theory and simulations. J. Climate, 25, 8259-8276. [PDF]

P.A. O'Gorman, N. Lamquin, T. Schneider & M.S. Singh (2011). The relative humidity in an isentropic, advection-condensation model: Properties of subtropical minima and limited poleward influence. J. Atmos. Sci., 68, 3079-3093. [PDF]

M. S. Singh & A. McC. Hogg (2010). Viscous effects in two-layer, unidirectional hydraulic flow. J. Fluid Mech., 644, 371-394. [Online Copy from JFM]


M. S. Singh (2014), The response of moist convection and the atmospheric general circulation to climate warming, PhD thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

M. S. Singh (2008), Convection in the Unified Model, Honours thesis, Monash University.

M. S. Singh (2008). On the dynamics of mid-latitude surface westerlies. Bull. Aust. Met. Ocean. Soc., 22, 148-158. [PDF]

Curriculum Vitae

Here is a copy of my academic CV in pdf format.