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My production comes under several shapes: capacity building, consultancies, project management, publications, presentations, community work. Selected production is listed here, though is not regularly updated (last update 2013).

Further information can be obtained by downloading my CV.

Capacity building

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  1. Troccoli A et al (2013) Convener of 2nd International Conference Energy & Meteorology (ICEM) to be held at the Meteo-France International Conference Centre, Toulouse, France, 25–28 June 2013 (http://www.icem2013.org).

  2. Troccoli A et al (2011) Convener of 1st International Conference Energy & Meteorology (ICEM)
    Initiated concept and led organisation of this very well received Conference, held in the Gold Coast, Australia, 8–11 November 2011 (http://www.icem2011.org). A major outcome of ICEM 2011 is the recognition by the Energy and Meteorology communities that ICEM, and related activities (e.g. summer schools), needs to become mainstream. A book with selected lectures from ICEM 2011 is also being compiled.

  3. Troccoli A et al (2008) Initiator and Director of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop “Weather/Climate Risk Management for the Energy Sector”. Initiated, planned and directed this Workshop with ca 30 participants. Tasks included: proposal including detailed budget, coordination of scientific programme, budget management, additional fund raising, fostering relationships with external stakeholders, communication with typography and media.

  4. Troccoli A et al (2005) Initiator and Director of a NATO Advanced Study Institute (summer school) ”Seasonal to Interannual Climate Variability: its Prediction and Impact on Society”. Initiated, planned and directed this summer school in a remote and novel venue with ca 80 participants (incl. 15 lecturers). Tasks included: proposal including detailed budget, coordination of scientific programme, budget management, negotiations with venue management, attracted several additional sponsors, communication with the media, set-up and maintained ASI web site, coordinated participants selection, lectures preparation and leisure programme.

Consultancies

  1. Co-funder of the network of consultants Climate-Insight

  2. World Bank white paper identifying key issues for energy sector adaptation (2010)

  3. Study for a private firm “Precipitation Forecasts and Climate Scenarios” (2009)

  4. ClimDev Africa Programme preparation (2008)

Book editor

  1. Troccoli A, ed (2010) “Management of Weather and Climate Risk in the Energy Industry”, NATO Science Series, Springer Academic Publisher, 344 pp

  2. Troccoli A, Harrison M, Anderson DLT and Mason SJ, eds (2008) “Seasonal Climate: Forecasting and Managing Risk”, NATO Science Series, Springer Academic Publishers, 467 pp. (ca 170 copies sold as of 2010)

Book chapters

  1. Lambert JH, Troccoli A, Karl H, Sterin A, White KD and Yumagulova L (2011) “Adaptation of Inland Systems to Climate Change: Integrating Physical, Social, and Engineering Disciplines”, in: “Climate Change Adaptation”, Linkov I, ed, Springer Academic Publishers, to appear.

  2. Troccoli A (2010) “Weather and Climate Predictions for the Energy Sector”, in: “Management of Weather and Climate Risk in the Energy Industry”, Troccoli A, ed, NATO Science Series, Springer Academic Publishers, 25-37.

  3. Harrison M and Troccoli A (2010) “Data Headaches”, in: “Management of Weather and Climate Risk in the Energy Industry”, Troccoli A, ed, NATO Science Series, Springer Academic Publishers, 137-147.

  4. Harrison M, Troccoli A, Anderson DLT and Mason SJ (2008) “Introduction”, in: “Seasonal Climate: Forecasting and Managing Risk”, Troccoli A, Harrison M, Anderson DLT and Mason SJ, eds, NATO Science Series, Springer Academic Publishers, 3-12.

  5. Harrison M, Troccoli A, Williams JB and Coughlan M (2008) “Seasonal Forecasts in Decision Making”, in: “Seasonal Climate: Forecasting and Managing Risk”, Troccoli A, Harrison M, Anderson DLT and Mason SJ, eds, NATO Science Series, Springer Academic Publishers, 13-42.

  6. Tribbia J and Troccoli A (2008) “Getting the coupled model ready at the starting blocks”, in: “Seasonal Climate: Forecasting and Managing Risk”, Troccoli A, Harrison M, Anderson DLT and Mason SJ, eds, NATO Science Series, Springer Academic Publishers, 91-126.

  7. Harrison M, Troccoli A, Anderson DLT, Mason SJ, Coughlan M and Williams JB (2008) “A way forward for seasonal climate services”, in: “Seasonal Climate: Forecasting and Managing Risk”, Troccoli A, Harrison M, Anderson DLT and Mason SJ, eds, NATO Science Series, Springer Academic Publishers, 399-410.

Peer reviewed articles

  1. Troccoli A, Zambon F, Hodges K and Marani M (2012) Reply to Comment on “Storm surge frequency reduction in Venice under climate change” by G. Jordà, D. Gomis & M. Marcos. Climatic Change, doi: 10.1007/s10584-012-0506-5.

  2. Troccoli A, Audinet P, Bonelli P, Boulahya MS, Buontempo C, Coppin P, Dubus L, Dutton JA, Ebinger J, Griggs D, Gryning S-E, Gunasekera D, Harrison M, Haupt S-E, Lee TR, Mailier P, Mathieu P-P, Schaeffer R, Schroedter-Homscheidt M, Zhu R and Zillman J (2012) “Promoting New Links Between Energy and Meteorology”. Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc., in press.

  3. Davy R and Troccoli A (2012) “Interannual variability of solar electricity generation in Australia”,  Solar Energy,  doi:10.1016/j.solener.2011.12.004.

  4. Rowlinson B, Gunasekera D and Troccoli A (2012) “Potential role of renewable energy in water desalination in Australia”, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 4, 013108(1-15), doi: 10.1063/1.3682060.

  5. Schaeffer R, Szklo A, Frossard Pereira de Lucena A, Soares Moreira Cesar Borba B, Pinheiro Pupo Nogueira L, Pereira Fleming F, Troccoli A, Harrison A, Boulahya MS (2011) “Energy Sector Vulnerability to Climate Change: a review”, The International Energy Journal, 38, 1-12, doi: 10.1016/j.energy.2011.11.056.

  6. Troccoli A, Muller K, Coppin P, Davy R, Russell C and Hirsch AL (2011) “Long-term wind speed trends over Australia”, J Climate, 25, 170-183, doi: 10.1175/2011JCLI4198.1

  7. Troccoli A, Zambon F, Hodges K and Marani M (2011) “Storm surge frequency reduction in Venice under climate change”, Climatic Change, DOI 10.1007/s10584-011-0093-x.shapeimage_1

  8. Brayshaw DJ, Troccoli A, Fordham R, Methven J (2011) “The impact of large scale atmospheric circulation patterns on wind power generation and its potential predictability: A case study over the UK”. Renewable Energy, 36, 2087–2096, doi:10.1016/j.renene.2011.01.025.

  9. Linkov I, Todd S, Bridges TS, Hady A, Jonsdottir I, Kiker G, Lambert J, MacBride M, Palma-Oliveira J, Ranger N, Russo E Troccoli A (2010) Brief Summary of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Advanced Research Workshop on Global Climate Change and Local Adaptation. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, 6:4, 617–618.

  10. Troccoli A, Boulahya MS, Dutton JA, Furlow J, Gurney RJ and Harrison M (2010) “Weather and Climate Risk Management in the Energy Sector”, Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc., 6, 785-88. doi:10.1175/2010Bams2849.1

  11. Troccoli A (2010) “Seasonal Climate Forecasting: a Review”, Meteorological Applications, 17, 251-268. doi: 10.1002/met.184. (invited)

  12. Shapiro M et al. (2010) “An Earth-system Prediction Initiative for the 21st Century”, Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc., 1377-1388, doi:10.1175/2010BAmS2944.1

  13. Troccoli A (2009) “Climate and the development community”, Weather, vol. 64, n. 1, 25-26.

  14. Troccoli A and Palmer TN (2007) “Ensemble Decadal Predictions from Analysed Initial Conditions”, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, vol. 365, 2179-2191.

  15. Troccoli A and Huddleston M (2006) “Forecasting UK and European winters”, Weather, vol. 61, n. 12, 356-357.

  16. Troccoli A (2005) “Perfecting imperfect models”, Weather, vol. 60, n. 6, 171-172.

  17. Troccoli A et al. (2002) “Salinity adjustments in the presence of temperature data assimilation”, Monthly Weather Review, vol. 130, 89-102.

  18. Segnschneider J et al. (2001) “Initialization of seasonal forecasts assimilating sea level and temperature observations”, J. Climate, vol. 14, 4292-4307.

  19. Grey S, Haines K and Troccoli A (2000) “A study of temperature changes in the upper North Atlantic: 1950—94”, J. Climate, vol. 13, 2697-2711.

  20. Troccoli A and Haines K (1999) “Use of the Temperature-Salinity relation in a data assimilation context”, J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., vol. 16, 2011-2025.

Conference proceedings

  1. Troccoli A and Morcrette J-J (2012) “Forecast assessment of surface solar radiation over Australia”, World Renewable Energy Conference, Denver, CO, USA.

  2. Gunasekera D and Troccoli A (2010) “Medium term prospects for wind and solar energy in Australia”, Solar 2010 Conference, Canberra, Australia.

  3. Troccoli et al (2010) “Long term wind variability in Australia“, 14th Australasian Wind Engineering Society Workshop, Canberra, Australia.

  4. Dickson RR, Hulme M, Stevenson H, Troccoli A, Hoskins BJ, Houghton JT, Niemeyer SJ and Venables J (2003) “Abrupt climate change: can society cope? Discussion”, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, vol. 361, 2019-2021.

  5. Troccoli A and Rienecker MM (2002) “The importance of salinity in the assimilation of temperature observations in the tropical pacific ocean”, Symposium on Observations, Data Assimilation, and Probabilistic Prediction, Orlando (USA), 107-110.

Newsletters

  1. Troccoli (2011) “What’s the energy forecast – bringing meteorology and generation together”, The Conversation. Available at: http://theconversation.edu.au/whats-the-energy-forecast-bringing-meteorology-and-generation-together-3406.

  2. Ferry et al. (2008) “Seasonal weather prediction: How the Ocean Fast Track Services contribute towards improved meteorological services”, Window on GMES, 57-61. Available at:http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/space_research/publications.htm.

  3. Troccoli A. et al. (2008) “Coupled ocean-atmosphere medium range forecasts: the MERSEA experience”, ECMWF Newsletter, 115, 27-35. Available at: ECMWF Newsletters

  4. Troccoli A. and Doblas-Reyes F. (2007) “Ocean data make their appearance on the public web at ECMWF”, ECMWF Newsletter, 114, 6-7. Available at: ECMWF Newsletters

  5. Lavers D, Prudhomme C, Hannah DM and Troccoli A (2007) “Comparison of the potential skill of raw and downscaled GCM output for river flow forecasting: a UK case study”, CLIVAR Exchanges, 12, 4, 33-25.

  6. Ferry N, Guérémy J-F, Troccoli A and Gualdi S (2007) “Seasonal Prediction”, MERCATOR ocean quarterly newsletter, n. 24, 11-13.

  7. Davey M et al. (2006) “Multi-model multi-method multi-decadal ocean analyses from the ENACT Project”, CLIVAR Exchanges, 11, 3, 22-25.

Technical reports

  1. Russell C, Troccoli A, Woods M and Davy R (2011) “Simulation of Wind Speed Time-Series at Potential Wind Farms in South-Eastern Australia for the Calendar years 2002 to 2010”, Report for the Australian Energy Market Operator, Australia (commercial in confidence).

  2. Russell C, Coppin P, Troccoli A and Price C (2010) “The FlatPVSolar (solflat) AWEFS module (Part II — Further Tasks Report)”, Report for the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Australia.

  3. Russell C, Woods M, Davy R, Troccoli A and Coppin P (2010) “The VariabilityIndex (varind) AWEFS module (Part II — Further Tasks Report)”, Report for the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Australia.

  4. Russell C, Woods M, Davy R, Troccoli A and Coppin P (2010) “The SimpleMultiSite (sms) AWEFS module (Part II — Further Tasks Report)”, Report for the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Australia.

  5. Troccoli A and Källberg P (2004) “Precipitation correction in the ERA-40 reanalysis”, ERA-40 Project Report Series, 13.

  6. Anderson DLT et al. (2003) “Comparison of the ECMWF seasonal forecast Systems 1 and 2, and performance of the 1997/8 El Niño”, ECMWF Tech. Memo N. 404.

  7. Troccoli A Rienecker M, Keppenne CL and Johnson GC (2003) “Temperature data assimilation with salinity corrections: validation for the NSIPP ocean data assimilation system in the tropical Pacific ocean”, NASA Tech. Memo N. 104606, vol. 24.

  8. Anderson DLT et al. (2000) “Ocean data assimilation for seasonal forecasting”, in Exploitation of the New Generation of Satellite Instruments for Numerical Weather Prediction, ECMWF.

  9. Troccoli A et al. (2000) “Salinity adjustments in the presence of temperature data assimilation”, ECMWF Tech. Memo N. 305.

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