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  1. Quasi-geostrophic diagnosis of the influence of vorticity advection on the development of upper level jet-front systems

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    Volume 140, Issue 685, October 2014 Part B, Pages: 2658–2671, Jonathan E. Martin

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    The influence of rotational frontogenesis and its associated shearwise vertical motions on the development of an upper-level front

    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society

    Volume 136, Issue 646, January 2010 Part A, Pages: 239–252, Andrea A. Lang and Jonathan E. Martin

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  3. Reply to comments on ‘The influence of rotational frontogenesis and its associated shearwise vertical motions on the development of an upper-level front’

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    Volume 139, Issue 670, January 2013 Part A, Pages: 273–279, Andrea A. Lang and Jonathan E. Martin

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    The use of potential vorticity inversion to evaluate the effect of precipitation on downstream mesoscale processes

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    Volume 137, Issue 654, January 2011 Part A, Pages: 179–198, Martin A. Baxter, Philip N. Schumacher and Joshua M. Boustead

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  5. The structure and evolution of lower stratospheric frontal zones. Part II: The influence of tropospheric ascent on lower stratospheric frontal development

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    Volume 139, Issue 676, October 2013 Part A, Pages: 1798–1809, Andrea A. Lang and Jonathan E. Martin

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    The structure and evolution of lower stratospheric frontal zones. Part 1: Examples in northwesterly and southwesterly flow

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    Volume 138, Issue 666, July 2012 Part A, Pages: 1350–1365, Andrea A. Lang and Jonathan E. Martin

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  7. The large-scale atmospheric structure accompanying New England coastal frontogenesis and associated North American east coast cyclogenesis

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    Volume 115, Issue 489, July 1989 Part B, Pages: 1133–1146, Gerald D. Bell and Lance F. Bosart

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  8. Frontogenesis and the development of secondary wave cyclones in FASTEX

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    Volume 125, Issue 555, April 1999 Part A, Pages: 925–940, Jean-Pierre Chaboureau and Alan J. Thorpe

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  9. The role of latent heating in warm frontogenesis

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    Volume 140, Issue 678, January 2014 Part A, Pages: 139–150, Adele L. Igel and Susan C. van den Heever

    Version of Record online : 15 MAR 2013, DOI: 10.1002/qj.2118

  10. Conceptual models of upper-level frontogenesis in south-westerly and north-westerly flow

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    Volume 125, Issue 559, October 1999 Part A, Pages: 2535–2562, David M. Schultz and Charles A. Doswell III

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  11. New England coastal frontogenesis

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    Volume 101, Issue 430, October 1975, Pages: 957–978, Lance F. Bosart

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  12. Variability and frontogenesis in the large-scale oceanic frontal zones

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    Volume 101, Issue C1, 15 January 1996, Pages: 907–921, Alexander S. Kazmin, Michele M. Rienecker

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  13. Simulation of the differences and similarities of warm and cold surface frontogenesis

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    Volume 83, Issue C2, 20 February 1978, Pages: 915–928, Louis T. Gidel

    Version of Record online : 20 SEP 2012, DOI: 10.1029/JC083iC02p00915

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    Baroclinic development within zonally-varying flows

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    Volume 133, Issue 626, July 2007 Part A, Pages: 1101–1112, David M. Schultz and Fuqing Zhang

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  15. Mid-tropospheric frontogenesis

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    Volume 96, Issue 409, July 1970, Pages: 442–471, L. F. Bosart

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  16. The sea breeze and gravity-current frontogenesis

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    Volume 119, Issue 509, January 1993 Part A, Pages: 1–16, D. D. Reible, J. E. Simpson and P. F. Linden

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    The role of frontogenetic and frontolytic wind field effects during cyclonic development

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    Volume 4, Issue 4, December 1997, Pages: 353–363, Manfred Kurz

    Version of Record online : 29 DEC 2006, DOI: 10.1017/S1350482797000601

  18. Frontogenesis with ageostrophic vertical shears and horizontal density gradients: Gulf Stream meanders onto the continental shelf

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    Volume 101, Issue C8, 15 August 1996, Pages: 18079–18104, Richard P. Mied, Colin Y. Shen, Thomas E. Evans, Gloria J. Lindemann

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  19. Frontogenesis at the boundary between air-masses of different potential vorticity

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    Volume 116, Issue 493, April 1990, Pages: 561–572, Alan J. Thorpe

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  20. A two-dimensional model of mesoscale frontogenesis in the ocean

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    Volume 114, Issue 480, January 1988 Part B, Pages: 347–371, R. Bleck, R. Onken and J. D. Woods

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