In preparation 

Siegelman, L. and Young, W.R. Two-dimensional turbulence above topography: vortices, selective decay and potential vorticity homogenization.

Siegelman, L. and Klein, P. Frontogenesis at Jovian high latitudes.

Torres, H., Klein, P., Strobach, E., Thompson., A.F., Siegelman, L., Menemenlis, D. and Molod, A. Atmospheric response to ocean mesoscale eddies in a high-resolution
global coupled simulation.


20. Ingersoll, A.P., Ewald, S.P., Tosi, F., Adriani, A., Mura, A., Grassi, D., Plainaki, C., Sindoni, G., Li, C., Siegelman, L. and Klein, P. & Young, W.R. (2022). Vorticity and divergence at scales down to 200 km within and around the polar cyclones of Jupiter. Nature Astronomy, 1-7. [doi, pdf]

19. Siegelman, L., Young, W.R. & Ingersoll, A.P. (2022). Polar vortex crystals: emergence and structure. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119(17), e2120486119. [doi, pdf]

18. Siegelman, L.,  Klein, P., Ingersoll, A.P., Ewald, S.P., Young, W.R., Bracco, A., Adriani, A., Grassi, D., Plainaki, C., & Sindoni, G (2022). Moist convection drives an upscale energy transfer at Jovian high latitudes. Nature Physics, 1-5. [doi, pdf]

17. Torres, H.S., Klein, P.,  D’ Asaro, E., Wang, J., Thompson, A.F., Siegelman, L., Menemenlis, D., Rodriguez, E., Wineteer, A., & Perkovic-Martin, D. (2022). Separating energetic internal gravity waves and small-scale frontal dynamics. Geophysical Research Letters, 49(6), e2021GL096249. [doi, pdf]

16. Siegelman, L. (2021). Le rôle climatique des fronts océaniques de fine échelle en profondeur (Prix Prud'homme 2020). La Météorologie, 114, 38-46. [doi, pdf]

15. Constantinou, N. C., Wagner, G. L., Siegelman, L., Pearson, B. C., & Palóczy, A. (2021). GeophysicalFlows. jl: Solvers for geophysical fluid dynamics problems in periodic domains on CPUs & GPUs. Journal of Open Source Software, 6(60), 3053. [doi, pdf]

14. Manucharyan, G. E., Siegelman, L., & Klein, P. (2020). A Deep Learning approach to spatiotemporal SSH interpolation and estimation of deep currents in geostrophic ocean turbulence. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 13(1), e2019MS001965. [doi, pdf]

13. Siegelman, L., Klein, P., Thompson, A. F., Torres, H. S., & Menemenlis, D. (2020). Altimetry-Based Diagnosis of Deep-Reaching Sub-Mesoscale Ocean Fronts. Fluids, 5(3), 145. [doi, pdf]

12. Su, Z., Torres, H., Klein, P., Thompson, A. F., Siegelman, L., Wang, J., Menemenlis, D., & Hill, C. (2020). High‐frequency submesoscale motions enhance the upward vertical heat transport in the global ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 125(9), e2020JC016544. [doi, pdf]

11. Siegelman, L. (2020). Energetic submesoscale dynamics in the ocean interior. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 50(3), 727-749. [doi, pdf]

10. Archer, M., Schaeffer, A., Keating, S., Roughan, M., Holmes, R., & Siegelman, L. (2020). Observations of submesoscale variability and frontal subduction within the mesoscale eddy field of the Tasman Sea. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 50(5), 1509-1529. [doi, pdf]

9. Siegelman, L., Klein, P., Rivière, P., Thompson, A. F., Torres, H. S., Flexas, M., & Menemenlis, D. (2020). Enhanced upward heat transport at deep submesoscale ocean fronts. Nature Geoscience, 13(1), 50-55. [doi, pdf]

8. Rivière, P., Jaud, T., Siegelman, L., Klein, P., Cotté, C., Le Sommer, J., Dencausse, G., & Guinet, C. (2019). Sub‐mesoscale fronts modify elephant seals foraging behavior. Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 4(6), 193-204. [doi, pdf]

7. Torres, H. S., Klein, P., Siegelman, L., Qiu, B., Chen, S., Ubelmann, C., Wang, J., Menemenlis, D., & Fu, L-L. (2019). Diagnosing ocean‐wave‐turbulence interactions from space. Geophysical Research Letters, 46(15), 8933-8942. [doi, pdf]

6. Klein, P., Lapeyre, G., Siegelman, L., Qiu, B., Fu, L. L., Torres, H., Su, Z., Menemenlis, D., & Le Gentil, S. (2019). Ocean‐scale interactions from space. Earth and Space Science, 6(5), 795-817. [doi, pdf]

5. Siegelman, L., O’toole, M., Flexas, M., Rivière, P., & Klein, P. (2019). Submesoscale ocean fronts act as biological hotspot for southern elephant seal. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 1-13. [doi, pdf]

4. Siegelman, L., Roquet, F., Mensah, V., Rivière, P., Pauthenet, E., Picard, B., & Guinet, C. (2019). Correction and accuracy of high-and low-resolution CTD data from animal-borne instruments. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 36(5), 745-760. [doi, pdf]

3. Mensah, V., Roquet, F., Siegelman, L., Picard, B., Pauthenet, E., & Guinet, C. (2018). A Correction for the thermal mass–induced errors of CTD tags mounted on marine mammals. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 35(6), 1237-1252. [doi, pdf]

2. Siegelman, L., Koslow, J. A., Jacox, M. G., Hazen, E. L., Bograd, S. J., & Miller, E. F. (2018). Physical forcing on fish abundance in the southern California Current System. Fisheries Oceanography, 27(5), 475-488. [doi, pdf]

1. Siegelman, L., & Planque, B. (2016). Abundant mesopelagic fauna at oceanic high latitudes. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 546, 277-282. [doi, pdf]

Grey literature

Siegelman, L. (2019). Ageostrophic dynamics in the ocean interior (Doctoral dissertation, Université de Bretagne Occidentale). [doi, pdf]