Robert Thorpe
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A new method for diagnosing radiative forcing and climate sensitivity
JM Gregory, WJ Ingram, MA Palmer, GS Jones, PA Stott, RB Thorpe, ...
Geophysical research letters 31 (3), 2004
A model intercomparison of changes in the Atlantic thermohaline circulation in response to increasing atmospheric CO2 concentration
JM Gregory, KW Dixon, RJ Stouffer, AJ Weaver, E Driesschaert, M Eby, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (12), 2005
Mechanisms determining the Atlantic thermohaline circulation response to greenhouse gas forcing in a non-flux-adjusted coupled climate model
RB Thorpe, JM Gregory, TC Johns, RA Wood, JFB Mitchell
Journal of Climate 14 (14), 3102-3116, 2001
Air quality modelling using the Met Office Unified Model (AQUM OS24-26): model description and initial evaluation
NH Savage, P Agnew, LS Davis, C Ordóñez, R Thorpe, CE Johnson, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 6 (2), 353-372, 2013
An AOGCM simulation of the climate response to a volcanic super-eruption
GS Jones, JM Gregory, PA Stott, SFB Tett, RB Thorpe
Climate dynamics 25, 725-738, 2005
Systematic optimisation and climate simulation of FAMOUS, a fast version of HadCM3
C Jones, J Gregory, R Thorpe, P Cox, J Murphy, D Sexton, P Valdes
Climate dynamics 25, 189-204, 2005
Impact of an eddy-permitting ocean resolution on control and climate change simulations with a global coupled GCM
MJ Roberts, H Banks, N Gedney, J Gregory, R Hill, S Mullerworth, ...
Journal of Climate 17 (1), 3-20, 2004
Making modelling count-increasing the contribution of shelf-seas community and ecosystem models to policy development and management
K Hyder, AG Rossberg, JI Allen, MC Austen, RM Barciela, HJ Bannister, ...
Marine Policy 61, 291-302, 2015
Global warming and thermohaline circulation stability
RA Wood, M Vellinga, R Thorpe
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2003
Evaluation and management implications of uncertainty in a multispecies size‐structured model of population and community responses to fishing
RB Thorpe, WJF Le Quesne, F Luxford, JS Collie, S Jennings
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 6 (1), 49-58, 2015
A case study of the radiative forcing of persistent contrails evolving into contrail‐induced cirrus
JM Haywood, RP Allan, J Bornemann, PM Forster, PN Francis, S Milton, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 114 (D24), 2009
Communicating complex ecological models to non-scientist end users
SJ Cartwright, KM Bowgen, C Collop, K Hyder, J Nabe-Nielsen, R Stafford, ...
Ecological Modelling 338, 51-59, 2016
A general framework for combining ecosystem models
MA Spence, JL Blanchard, AG Rossberg, MR Heath, JJ Heymans, ...
Fish and Fisheries 19 (6), 1031-1042, 2018
Modelling the sensitivity of Mediterranean Outflow to anthropogenically forced climate change
RB Thorpe, GR Bigg
Climate dynamics 16, 355-368, 2000
Something old, something new: Historical perspectives provide lessons for blue growth agendas
BA Caswell, ES Klein, HK Alleway, JE Ball, J Botero, M Cardinale, M Eero, ...
Fish and Fisheries 21 (4), 774-796, 2020
Assessing fishery and ecological consequences of alternate management options for multispecies fisheries
RB Thorpe, PJ Dolder, S Reeves, P Robinson, S Jennings
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (6), 1503-1512, 2016
Is methane‐driven deglaciation consistent with the ice core record?
RB Thorpe, KS Law, S Bekki, JA Pyle, EG Nisbet
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 101 (D22), 28627-28635, 1996
Risks and benefits of catching pretty good yield in multispecies mixed fisheries
RB Thorpe, S Jennings, PJ Dolder
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (8), 2097-2106, 2017
A general approach to incorporating spatial and temporal variation in individual-based models of fish populations with application to Atlantic mackerel
R Boyd, S Roy, R Sibly, R Thorpe, K Hyder
Ecological Modelling 382, 9-17, 2018
What is multispecies MSY? A worked example from the North Sea
RB Thorpe
Journal of Fish Biology 94 (6), 1011-1018, 2019
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