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Exploring environmental constraints on the observed global tropical cyclone count.

Hoogewind, K., D.R. Chavas, B. Schenkel, M.E O'Neill. In review, J. Clim.

Practical rare event sampling for extreme mesoscale weather.

Webber, R.J., D.A. Plotkin, M.E O'Neill, D. Abbot, J. Weare. Chaos, 29 (5), 053109, 2019.

Maximizing simulated tropical cyclone intensity with action minimization.

Plotkin, D.A., R.J. Webber, M.E O'Neill, J. Weare, D. Abbot. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems doi:10.1029/2018MS001419, 2019.

Diurnal cloud and circulation changes in simulated tropical cyclones.

Ruppert, J.H., M.E O'Neill. Geophysical Research Letters 46,, 2019.

Clusters of cyclones encircling Jupiter's poles.

Adriani, A. et al. Nature 555:216-219, 2018.

Accessible environments for diurnal-period gravity waves in simulated tropical cyclones.

O'Neill, M.E, D. Perez-Betancourt, A.A. Wing. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 74:2489-2502, 2017.

Galileo probe interpretation indicating a neutrally stable layer in the Jovian troposphere.

O'Neill, M.E, Y. Kaspi, L.N. Fletcher. Geophysical Research Letters 44:4008-4017,  2017.

Slantwise convection on fluid planets.

O'Neill, M.E, Y. Kaspi. Geophysical Research Letters 43:10611-10620, 2016.

Weak jets and strong cyclones: shallow water modeling of giant planet polar caps.

O'Neill, M.E, K.A. Emanuel, G.R. Flierl. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 73:1841-1855, 2016.

Polar vortex formation in giant-planet atmospheres due to moist convection.

O'Neill, M.E, K.A. Emanuel, G.R. Flierl. Nature Geoscience 8:523-526, 2015.

A theory for polar cyclones on giant planets.

O'Neill, M.E. Ph.D. thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, 2015.

Precision Pointing of IBEX-Lo Observations.

Hłond, M. et al. ApJS 198:9, 2012.

Diagnosing the neutral interstellar gas flow at 1 AU with IBEX-Lo.

Möbius, E. et al. Space Sci. Rev 146:149-172, 2009.