Andy Chiodi

Research Scientist

Andy Chiodi headshotPh. D., Physical Oceanography, University of Washington, 2006
B.S., Physics, The Ohio State University, 1997

E-mail: andy.chiodi@noaa.gov
Office: 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Building 3
Phone: (206) 526-6758
Fax: (206) 526-6815

Research Interests

  • Air-sea Interaction
  •  Climate Variability of the Atmosphere and Ocean

UW website: staff.washington.edu/chiodi

State of the Ocean Website (maintained by Dr. Chiodi): http://stateoftheocean.osmc.noaa.gov

Selected Publications

D.E. Harrison and A.M. Chiodi (2014) Multi-decadal variability and trends in the El Nino-Southern Oscillation and tropical Pacific fisheries implications. Deep-Sea Res. II, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.12.020

 Chiodi, A.M. and D.E. Harrison (2014) Comment on Qian et al. 2008: La Nina and El Nino composites of atmospheric CO2 change Tellus B, 66, 20428, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/tellusb.v66.20428

Chiodi, A.M. and D.E. Harrison (2013) El Nino impacts on seasonal U.S. atmospheric circulation, temperature, and precipitation anomalies: The OLR-event perspective. J. Climate, 23(3), doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-12-00097.1, 822-837.

Chiodi, A.M. and D.E. Harrison (2012) Determining CO2 airborne fraction trends with uncertain land use change emission records. International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, 3(1), 79-88.


Chiodi, A.M. and D.E. Harrison (2010) Characterizing warm-ENSO variability in the equatorial Pacific: An OLR perspective. J. Climate, 23, doi: 10.1175/2009JCLI3030.1, 2428-2439.


Chiodi, A.M. and D.E. Harrison (2010) The annual range of southern hemisphere SST: Comparison with surface heating and possible reasons for the high-latitude falloff. J. Climate, 23, doi: 10.1175/2009JCLI3154.1, 1994-2003.


Harrison, D.E., A.M. Chiodi and G.A. Vecchi (2009) Effects of surface forcing on the seasonal cycle of the eastern equatorial Pacific. J. Mar. Res., 67(6), doi: 10.1357/002224009792006179, 701-729.