Verónica Martín Gómez

Verónica Martín Gómez

Postdoctoral Researcher

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Academic background
Doctor in Physics (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)
Masters degree in Geophysics and Meteorology (Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain)
Degree in Physics (Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain)

Current professional status
Postdoctoral Researcher

Research project
PRE4CAST - Predictability of Climate in the Atlantic Sector

Research topics/interests

Climate variability and teleconnections: South American Climate, West African Monsoon

PhD Supervisor
Dr. Marcelo Barreiro (Universidad de la República, Uruguay)

  • Verónica Martín Gómez and Marcelo Barreiro 2016 Published

    Analysis of ocean's influence on spring time rainfall variability over southeastern South America during the 20th century

    Int. J. Climatology, 36, 1344-1358. doi:10.1002/joc.4428

  • Verónica Martín Gómez, Emilio Hernández García, Marcelo Barreiro, and Cristóbal López 2016 Published

    Interdecadal Variability of Southeastern South America Rainfall and Moisture Sources during the Austral Summertime.

    J. Climate, 29: 6751-6763.

  • Verónica Martín Gómez and Marcelo Barreiro 2017 Published

    Effect of future climate change on the coupling between the tropical oceans and precipitation over Southeastern South America.

    Climatic Change, doi:10.1007/s10584-016-1888-6

  • Verónica Martín Gómez and Marcelo Barreiro 2020 Published

    The influence of nonlinearities and different SST spatial patterns on the summertime anomalies in subtropical South America during strong ENSO events

    Climate dynamics

  • Verónica Martín Gómez, Teresa Losada, Marcelo Barreiro, and Belén Rodríguez Fonseca 2020 Published

    Southern hemisphere circulation anomalies and impacts over subtropical South America due to different El Niño flavours.

    International Journal of Climatology. DOI: 10.1002/joc.6577

  • Verónica Martín Gómez, Marcelo Barreiro, and Elsa Mohino 2019 Published

    Southern Hemisphere Sensitivity to ENSO patterns and intensity:
    Impacts over Subtropical South America