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Adriani, A. et al. Clusters of cyclones encircling Jupiter's poles. Nature 555:216-219, 2018.
O'Neill, M.E, D. Perez-Betancourt, A. A. Wing. Accessible environments for diurnal-period gravity waves in simulated tropical cyclones. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 74:2489-2502, 2017.
O'Neill, M.E, Y. Kaspi, L.N. Fletcher, Galileo probe interpretation indicating a neutrally stable layer in the Jovian troposphere. Geophysical Research Letters 44:4008-4017, 2017.
O'Neill, M.E, Y. Kaspi. Slantwise convection on fluid planets. Geophysical Research Letters 43:10611-10620, 2016.
O'Neill, M.E, K.A. Emanuel, G.R. Flierl. Weak jets and strong cyclones: shallow water modeling of giant planet polar caps. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 73:1841-1855, 2016.
O'Neill, M.E, K.A. Emanuel, G.R. Flierl. Polar vortex formation in giant-planet atmospheres due to moist convection. Nature Geoscience 8:523-526, 2015.
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- Our prediction that Jupiter would lack Saturn-like polar cyclones was confirmed in 2016-2017 by NASA's Juno spacecraft. See paper by the Juno team.
O'Neill, M. E. A theory for polar cyclones on giant planets. Ph.D. thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, 2015.
Hłond, M. et al. Precision Pointing of IBEX-Lo Observations. ApJS 198:9, 2012.
Möbius, E. et al. Diagnosing the neutral interstellar gas flow at 1 AU with IBEX-Lo. Space Sci. Rev 146:149-172, 2009.