Henry, M. and G.K. Vallis, et al.: State dependence of the clear-sky longwave feedback in an idealized moist GCM. (in prep)

Henry, M. and G.K. Vallis: Different Pathways to an Early Eocene Climate. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 2022. Article (open access)

Dann M. Mitchell, Emma J. Stone, Oliver D. Andrews, Jonathan L. Bamber, Rory J. Bingham, Jo Browse, Matthew Henry, David M. MacLeod, Joanne M. Morten, Christoph A. Sauter, Christopher J. Smith, James Thomas, Stephen I. Thomson, Jamie D. Wilson, and the Bristol CMIP6 Data Hackathon Participants : The Bristol CMIP6 Data Hackathon. Weather, 2022. Paper

Andy Jones, Jim M. Haywood, Adam A. Scaife, Olivier Boucher, Matthew Henry, Ben Kravitz, Pierre Nabat, Ulrike Niemeier, Roland Seferian, and Daniele Visioni: The impact of stratospheric aerosol intervention on the North Atlantic and Quasi-Biennial Oscillations in the Geoengineering Model Intercomparison Project (GeoMIP) G6sulfur experiment. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 2022. Paper

Patrick C Taylor, Robyn C Boeke, Linette N Boisvert, Nicole Feldl, Matthew Henry, Yiyi Huang, Peter Langen, Wei Liu, Felix Pithan, Sergio Sejas, Ivy Tan: Process Drivers, Inter-model Spread, and the Path Forward: a Review of Amplified Arctic Warming. Frontiers in Earth Science, 2022. Paper

Henry, M. and G.K. Vallis: Reduced High-Latitude Land Seasonality in Climates with Very High Carbon Dioxide. Journal of Climate, 2021. Paper, twitter thread, 2 minute video, and 9 minute video.

Henry, M., T.M. Merlis, N.J. Lutsko, and B.J. Rose: Decomposing the Drivers of Polar Amplification with a Single Column Model. Journal of Climate, 2020. Paper and 20 minute video.

Henry, M. and T.M. Merlis: Lapse rate changes dominate residual polar warming in solar radiation management experiments. Geophysical Research Letters, 2020. Paper and AOFD talk recording.

Henry, M. and T.M. Merlis: The role of the nonlinearity of the Stefan-Boltzmann law on the structure of radiatively forced temperature change. Journal of Climate, 2018. Paper and poster.

Merlis, T.M. and M. Henry: Simple estimates of polar amplification in moist diffusive energy balance models. Journal of Climate, 2018. Paper.