Curriculum Vitae                                            

 

J. Ray Bates                                                                                                                           

Department of Geophysics and DCESS                                                                                       

Niels Bohr Institute for Astronomy, Physics and Geophysics,                                   

University of Copenhagen,                                                                                                  

Juliane Maries Vej 30,

2100 Copenhagen Ø, Denmark.            

Phone: (45) 3532 0569

Fax    : (45) 3532 0576                                                                                                      

E-mail: [email protected]

 

Professor of Meteorology, Geophysics Dept (1995-) and Associate Director, DCESS (1997-)

Previously Head, Global Modeling and Simulation Branch, Laboratory for Atmospheres,

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (1987-91) and Senior Research Meteorologist, NASA

Goddard (1991-95).

 

Research interests.

Climate Theory, Climate Modelling, Numerical Weather Prediction, Dynamic             

Meteorology.

 

5 most recent publications.

 

 "A study of the behavior of semi-Lagrangian models in the presence of orography", Y. Li  and J.R.Bates, Quart.J.Roy.Met.Soc., 122, 1675-1700, 1996.

 

"Simulation of stratospheric vortex erosion using three different global shallow water numerical models", J.R.Bates and Y.Li. In  Numerical Methods in Atmospheric and Oceanic Modelling (The Andre Robert Memorial Volume). Ed. C.A. Lin , R. Laprise and  H. Ritchie,  55-74. Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 1997.

 

" A dynamical stabilizer in the climate system: a mechanism suggested by a simple model",  J.R. Bates, Tellus, 51A, 349-372, 1999.

 

"GCM experiments to test a proposed dynamical stabilizing mechanism in the climate system", V.A. Alexeev and J.R. Bates, Tellus, 51A, 630-651, 1999.

 

"A proposed adiabatic formulation of three-dimensional global atmospheric models based on potential vorticity", Y. Li, J. Ruge, J.R. Bates and A. Brandt, Tellus, 52A, 129-139, 2000.