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  • Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)

asterisk (*) denotes student first author 

15. Conroy, J.L, C. Karamperidou, D.A. Grimley, and W.R. Guenthner, 2019: Westerly

winds across eastern and mid-continental North America during the Last Glacial Maximum:

A new data-model assessment, Quaternary Science Reviews, in press 

14. *Kiefer, J. and C. Karamperidou, 2019: High-resolution modeling of ENSO-induced pre- cipitation in the tropical Andes: implications for proxy interpretation., Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 34. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018PA003423.

13. *Hou, Z., J. Li, R. Ding, C. Karamperidou, W. Duan, T. Liu, and J. Feng, 2018: Asymmetry of the predictability limit of the warm ENSO phase. Geophysical Research Letters, 45, 76467653. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018GL077880

12. K. Takahashi, C. Karamperidou, and B. Dewitte, 2018: A theoretical model of strong and moderate El Nin ̃o regimes., Clim Dyn, doi:10.1007/s00382-018-4100-z 

11. C. Karamperidou, F.F. Jin, and J.L. Conroy: "The Importance of ENSO Nonlinearities in Tropical Pacic Response to External Forcing.”, Clim Dyn (2016). doi:10.1007/s00382-016-3475-y

10. F.S.R. Pausata, C. Karamperidou, R. Caballero and D.S. Battisti:"ENSO response to high-latitude volcanic eruptions: the role of the initial conditions”, Geophys. Res. Lett., 43 (16), 8694-8702

9. C. Karamperidou, P.N. Di Nezio, A. Timmermann, F.-F. Jin, K.M. Cobb, 2015:  “The response of ENSO flavors to mid-Holocene climate: Implications for proxy interpretation”, Paleoceanography 30(5), 527-547

8. *K. Schollaen, C. Karamperidou, P. Krusic, E.R. Cook, G. Helle, 2015:ENSO flavors in a tree-ring δ18O record of Tectona grandis from Indonesia”,  Climates of the Past 10, 3965-3987

7. C. Karamperidou, M.A. Cane, U. Lall, A.T. Wittenberg,  2013: "Intrinsic modulation of ENSO predictability viewed through a local Lyapunov lens”,  Climate Dynamics", doi: 10.1007/s00382-013-1759-z.

6. C.Karamperidou, V. Engel, E. Stabenau, U. Lall and T. Smith III.  2013: ”Implications of multi-scale sea level and climate variability for coastal resources: a case study for south Florida and Everglades National Park, USA.”, Regional Environmental Change, doi: 1-.1007/s10113-013-0408-8 

5. C.Karamperidou, F. Cioffi, and U. Lall, 2012: ”Surface Temperature Gradients as Diagnostic Indicators of Midlatitude Circulation Dynamics”, J. Climate, doi: 10.1175/JCLI- D-11-00067.1. 

4. D. Chavas, E. Yonekura, C. Karamperidou, N. Cavanaugh, K. Sherafin, 2012: ”US Hurricanes and economic damage: an extreme value perspective.”,  Nat. Haz. Rev., doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000102

3. C.Karamperidou, M.Vafeiadis, and K.L. Katsifarakis, 2010: ”Groundwater Resources Management Optimization by means of Artificial Neural Networks.”, Tech. Chron. Sci. J., Technical Chamber of Greece Editions, No 2, pp. 25-32, 2010.

2. S.Arvanitidou, C.Karamperidou, and K.L. Katsifarakis, 2009: ”Optimal Hydrodynamic Control of a Contaminant Plume.” Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the Hellenic Hydraulic Union, and the Greek Committee for Water Resources Management, Volos, Greece, 27-30/05/2009

1. C.Karamperidou, E.Karamperidou, and K.L. Katsifarakis, 2007: ”Seawater intrusion into the aquifer of Eleftherae-N. Peramos, Kavala, Greece.” WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 104, pp. 3-10, 2007. 

Book Chapters (peer-reviewed):

2. C. Karamperidou, M.F. Stuecker, A. Timmermann, K.-S. Yun, S.-S. Lee, F.-

F. Jin, A. Santoso, M.J. McPhaden, W. Cai: ENSO in a changing climate: Challenges,

Perspectives, and Outlook, in review as Chapter 21 of the AGU Monograph Series:

ENSO in a Changing Climate, eds: W. Cai, A. Santoso, M.J. McPhaden.

1. F.-F. Jin, H.-C. Chen, S. Zhao, M. Hayashi, C. Karamperidou, M.F. Stuecker, and

R.Xie: Simple ENSO Models, in review as Chapter 6 of the AGU Monograph

Series: ENSO in a Changing Climate, eds: W. Cai, A. Santoso, M.J. McPhaden.

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