Anthony M. DeAngelis

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Anthony M. DeAngelis

  • SCIENTIST
  • 301.867.2096
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 610.1
  • LANHAM , MD 20706
  • Employer: SCIENCE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS INC
  • Brief Bio

    Anthony DeAngelis is affiliated with Science Systems and Applications, Inc. (SSAI) where he conducts research in close collaboration with NASA's Global Modeling and Assimilation Office. His research interests include climate change, the global hydrological cycle, extreme events, and weather and climate prediction. His current research focus is the subseasonal prediction of extreme precipitation events in the Northern Hemisphere.

    Positions/Employment

    3/2018 - Present

    Research Scientist

    Science System and Applications, Inc., Lanham, MD
    2/2014 - 2/2018

    Postdoctoral Scholar

    University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

    Education

    Ph. D., Atmospheric Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, January 2014.

    B. S., Meteorology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, May 2008.

    Professional Societies

    American Geophysical Union, 2008 - Present
    American Meteorological Society, 2008 - Present

    Publications

    Refereed

    Schubert, S. D., Y. Chang, A. M. Deangelis, et al. R. D. Koster, Y.-K. Lim, and H. Wang. 2021. "Exceptional warmth in the Northern Hemisphere during January through March of 2020: The roles of unforced and forced modes of atmospheric variability." Journal of Climate, (Submitted)

    Schubert, S. D., Y. Chang, A. M. DeAngelis, H. Wang, and R. D. Koster. 2021. "On the Development and Demise of the Fall 2019 Southeast U.S. Flash Drought: Links to an Extreme Positive IOD." Journal of Climate, 34 (5): 1701-1723 [10.1175/jcli-d-20-0428.1]

    Koster, R. D., S. D. Schubert, A. M. DeAngelis, A. M. Molod, and S. P. Mahanama. 2020. "Using a Simple Water Balance Framework to Quantify the Impact of Soil Moisture Initialization on Subseasonal Evapotranspiration and Air Temperature Forecasts." Journal of Hydrometeorology, 21 (8): 1705-1722 [10.1175/jhm-d-20-0007.1]

    DeAngelis, A. M., H. Wang, R. D. Koster, et al. S. D. Schubert, Y. Chang, and J. Marshak. 2020. "Prediction Skill of the 2012 U.S. Great Plains Flash Drought in Subseasonal Experiment (SubX) Models." Journal of Climate, 33 (14): 6229-6253 [10.1175/jcli-d-19-0863.1]

    Koster, R. D., S. D. Schubert, H. Wang, S. P. Mahanama, and A. M. DeAngelis. 2019. "Flash Drought as Captured by Reanalysis Data: Disentangling the Contributions of Precipitation Deficit and Excess Evapotranspiration." Journal of Hydrometeorology, 20 (6): 1241-1258 [10.1175/jhm-d-18-0242.1]

    Thackeray, C. W., A. M. DeAngelis, A. Hall, D. L. Swain, and X. Qu. 2018. "On the Connection Between Global Hydrologic Sensitivity and Regional Wet Extremes." Geophysical Research Letters, 45 (20): [10.1029/2018gl079698]

    Watanabe, M., Y. Kamae, H. Shiogama, A. M. Deangelis, and K. Suzuki. 2018. "Low clouds link equilibrium climate sensitivity to hydrological sensitivity." Nature Climate Change, 8: 901-906 [https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-018-0272-0]

    Zelinka, M. D., K. M. Grise, S. A. Klein, et al. C. Zhou, A. M. DeAngelis, and M. W. Christensen. 2018. "Drivers of the Low-Cloud Response to Poleward Jet Shifts in the North Pacific in Observations and Models." Journal of Climate, 31 (19): 7925-7947 [10.1175/jcli-d-18-0114.1]

    Qu, X., A. Hall, A. M. DeAngelis, et al. M. D. Zelinka, S. A. Klein, H. Su, B. Tian, and C. Zhai. 2018. "On the Emergent Constraints of Climate Sensitivity." Journal of Climate, 31 (2): 863-875 [10.1175/jcli-d-17-0482.1]

    DeAngelis, A. M., X. Qu, and A. Hall. 2016. "Importance of vegetation processes for model spread in the fast precipitation response to CO 2 forcing." Geophysical Research Letters, 43 (24): [10.1002/2016gl071392]

    Danco, J. F., A. M. DeAngelis, B. K. Raney, and A. J. Broccoli. 2016. "Effects of a Warming Climate on Daily Snowfall Events in the Northern Hemisphere." Journal of Climate, 29 (17): 6295-6318 [10.1175/jcli-d-15-0687.1]

    DeAngelis, A. M., X. Qu, M. D. Zelinka, and A. Hall. 2015. "An observational radiative constraint on hydrologic cycle intensification." Nature, 528 (7581): 249-253 [10.1038/nature15770]

    Qu, X., A. Hall, S. A. Klein, and A. M. DeAngelis. 2015. "Positive tropical marine low‐cloud cover feedback inferred from cloud‐controlling factors." Geophysical Research Letters, 42 (18): 7767-7775 [10.1002/2015gl065627]

    DeAngelis, A. M., A. J. Broccoli, and S. G. Decker. 2013. "A Comparison of CMIP3 Simulations of Precipitation over North America with Observations: Daily Statistics and Circulation Features Accompanying Extreme Events." Journal of Climate, 26 (10): 3209-3230 [10.1175/jcli-d-12-00374.1]

    DeAngelis, A., F. Dominguez, Y. Fan, et al. A. Robock, M. D. Kustu, and D. Robinson. 2010. "Evidence of enhanced precipitation due to irrigation over the Great Plains of the United States." Journal of Geophysical Research, 115 (D15): D15115 [10.1029/2010jd013892]

    Brief Bio

    Anthony DeAngelis is affiliated with Science Systems and Applications, Inc. (SSAI) where he conducts research in close collaboration with NASA's Global Modeling and Assimilation Office. His research interests include climate change, the global hydrological cycle, extreme events, and weather and climate prediction. His current research focus is the subseasonal prediction of extreme precipitation events in the Northern Hemisphere.

    Publications

    Refereed

    Schubert, S. D., Y. Chang, A. M. Deangelis, et al. R. D. Koster, Y.-K. Lim, and H. Wang. 2021. "Exceptional warmth in the Northern Hemisphere during January through March of 2020: The roles of unforced and forced modes of atmospheric variability." Journal of Climate (Submitted)

    Schubert, S. D., Y. Chang, A. M. DeAngelis, H. Wang, and R. D. Koster. 2021. "On the Development and Demise of the Fall 2019 Southeast U.S. Flash Drought: Links to an Extreme Positive IOD." Journal of Climate 34 (5): 1701-1723 [10.1175/jcli-d-20-0428.1]

    Koster, R. D., S. D. Schubert, A. M. DeAngelis, A. M. Molod, and S. P. Mahanama. 2020. "Using a Simple Water Balance Framework to Quantify the Impact of Soil Moisture Initialization on Subseasonal Evapotranspiration and Air Temperature Forecasts." Journal of Hydrometeorology 21 (8): 1705-1722 [10.1175/jhm-d-20-0007.1]

    DeAngelis, A. M., H. Wang, R. D. Koster, et al. S. D. Schubert, Y. Chang, and J. Marshak. 2020. "Prediction Skill of the 2012 U.S. Great Plains Flash Drought in Subseasonal Experiment (SubX) Models." Journal of Climate 33 (14): 6229-6253 [10.1175/jcli-d-19-0863.1]

    Koster, R. D., S. D. Schubert, H. Wang, S. P. Mahanama, and A. M. DeAngelis. 2019. "Flash Drought as Captured by Reanalysis Data: Disentangling the Contributions of Precipitation Deficit and Excess Evapotranspiration." Journal of Hydrometeorology 20 (6): 1241-1258 [10.1175/jhm-d-18-0242.1]

    Thackeray, C. W., A. M. DeAngelis, A. Hall, D. L. Swain, and X. Qu. 2018. "On the Connection Between Global Hydrologic Sensitivity and Regional Wet Extremes." Geophysical Research Letters 45 (20): [10.1029/2018gl079698]

    Watanabe, M., Y. Kamae, H. Shiogama, A. M. Deangelis, and K. Suzuki. 2018. "Low clouds link equilibrium climate sensitivity to hydrological sensitivity." Nature Climate Change 8 901-906 [https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-018-0272-0]

    Zelinka, M. D., K. M. Grise, S. A. Klein, et al. C. Zhou, A. M. DeAngelis, and M. W. Christensen. 2018. "Drivers of the Low-Cloud Response to Poleward Jet Shifts in the North Pacific in Observations and Models." Journal of Climate 31 (19): 7925-7947 [10.1175/jcli-d-18-0114.1]

    Qu, X., A. Hall, A. M. DeAngelis, et al. M. D. Zelinka, S. A. Klein, H. Su, B. Tian, and C. Zhai. 2018. "On the Emergent Constraints of Climate Sensitivity." Journal of Climate 31 (2): 863-875 [10.1175/jcli-d-17-0482.1]

    DeAngelis, A. M., X. Qu, and A. Hall. 2016. "Importance of vegetation processes for model spread in the fast precipitation response to CO 2 forcing." Geophysical Research Letters 43 (24): [10.1002/2016gl071392]

    Danco, J. F., A. M. DeAngelis, B. K. Raney, and A. J. Broccoli. 2016. "Effects of a Warming Climate on Daily Snowfall Events in the Northern Hemisphere." Journal of Climate 29 (17): 6295-6318 [10.1175/jcli-d-15-0687.1]

    DeAngelis, A. M., X. Qu, M. D. Zelinka, and A. Hall. 2015. "An observational radiative constraint on hydrologic cycle intensification." Nature 528 (7581): 249-253 [10.1038/nature15770]

    Qu, X., A. Hall, S. A. Klein, and A. M. DeAngelis. 2015. "Positive tropical marine low‐cloud cover feedback inferred from cloud‐controlling factors." Geophysical Research Letters 42 (18): 7767-7775 [10.1002/2015gl065627]

    DeAngelis, A. M., A. J. Broccoli, and S. G. Decker. 2013. "A Comparison of CMIP3 Simulations of Precipitation over North America with Observations: Daily Statistics and Circulation Features Accompanying Extreme Events." Journal of Climate 26 (10): 3209-3230 [10.1175/jcli-d-12-00374.1]

    DeAngelis, A., F. Dominguez, Y. Fan, et al. A. Robock, M. D. Kustu, and D. Robinson. 2010. "Evidence of enhanced precipitation due to irrigation over the Great Plains of the United States." Journal of Geophysical Research 115 (D15): D15115 [10.1029/2010jd013892]

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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