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Arthur5, R. S., K. A. Lundquist5, J. B. Olson1, 2021: Improved Prediction of Cold-Air Pools in the Weather Research and Forecasting Model Using a Truly Horizontal Diffusion Scheme for Potential Temperature. Monthly Weather Review, 149(1), 155–171,   Abstract

Berg5, L. K., Y. Liu5, B. Yang5, Y. Qian5, R. Krishnamurthy5, L. Sheridan5, J. Olson1, 2021: Time Evolution and Diurnal Variability of the Parametric Sensitivity of Turbine‐Height Winds in the MYNN‐EDMF Parameterization. JGR Atmospheres, 126(11), e2020JD034000,   Abstract

Boukabara1, S., V. Krasnopolsky1, S. G. Penny3, J. Q. Stewart1, A. McGovern5, D. Hall5, J. E. Ten Hoeve1, J. Hickey5, H. A. Huang5, J. K. Williams5, et al., 2021: Outlook for Exploiting Artificial Intelligence in the Earth and Environmental Sciences. BAMS, 102(5), E1016–E1032,   Abstract

Bray5, M. T., D. D. Turner1, G. De Boer3, 2021: Evaluation of the Rapid Refresh Numerical Weather Prediction Model over Arctic Alaska. Weather and Forecasting, 36(3), 1061–1077,   Abstract

Butterworth5, B. J., A. R. Desai5, S. Metzger5, P. A. Townsend5, M. D. Schwartz5, G. W. Petty5, M. Mauder5, H. Vogelmann5, C. G. Andresen5, D. D. Turner1, et al., 2021: Connecting Land–Atmosphere Interactions to Surface Heterogeneity in CHEESEHEAD19. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 102(2), E421–E445,   Abstract

Carroll5, B. J., B. B. Domoz5, D. D. Turner1, R. Delgado5, 2021: Lidar Observations of a Mesoscale Moisture Transport Event Impacting Convection and Comparison to Rapid Refresh Model Analysis. Monthly Weather Review, 149(2), 463–477,   Abstract

Chen5, Y., K. Fang5, M. Chen5, H. Wang3, 2021: Diurnally varying background error covariances estimated in RMAPS-ST and their impacts on operational implementations. Atmospheric Research, 257, 105624,   Abstract

Duda3, J. D., D. D. Turner1, 2021: Large-Sample Application of Radar Reflectivity Object-Based Verification to Evaluate HRRR Warm-Season Forecasts. Weather and Forecasting, 36(3), 805–821,   Abstract

Gallo5, B. T., J. K. Wolff5, A. J. Clark1, I. Jirak1, L. R. Blank5, B. Roberts5, Y. Wang5, C. Zhang5, M. Xue5, C. Alexander1, et al., 2021: Exploring Convection-Allowing Model Evaluation Strategies for Severe Local Storms Using the Finite-Volume Cubed-Sphere (FV3) Model Core. Weather and Forecasting, 36(1), 3–19,   Abstract

Hill5, A. J., C. C. Weiss5, D. C. Dowell1, 2021: Influence of a Portable Near-Surface Observing Network on Experimental Ensemble Forecasts of Deep Convection Hazards during VORTEX-SE. Weather and Forecasting, EOR,   Abstract

Jankov1, I., S. Gregory5, S. Ravela5, Z. Toth1, M. Pena5, 2021: Partition of Forecast Error into Positional and Structural Components. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 38(6), 1012-1019,   Abstract

Kalina3, E. A., M. K. Biswas5, J. A. Zhang5, K. M. Newman5, 2021: Sensitivity of an Idealized Tropical Cyclone to the Configuration of the Global Forecast System–Eddy Diffusivity Mass Flux Planetary Boundary Layer Scheme. Atmosphere, 12(2), 284,   Abstract

Kalina3, E. A., I. Jankov1, T. Alcott1, J. Olson1, J. Beck2, J. Berner5, D. Dowell1, C. Alexander1, 2021: A Progress Report on the Development of the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh Ensemble. , 36(3), 791–804,   Abstract

Lin5, H., D. J. Jacob5, E. W. Lundgren5, M. P. Sulprizio5, C. A. Keller5, T. M. Fritz5, S. D. Eastham5, L. K. Emmons5, P. C. Campbell5, R. Montuoro3, et al., 2021: Harmonized Emissions Component (HEMCO) 3.0 as a versatile emissions component for atmospheric models: application in the GEOS-Chem, NASA GEOS, WRF-GC, CESM2, NOAA GEFS-Aerosol, and NOAA UFS models. Geoscientific Model Development, EOR,   Abstract

Menard5, C. B., R. Essery5, G. Krinner5, G. Arduini5, P. Bartlett5, A. Boone5, C. Brutel-Vuilmet5, E. Burke5, M. Cuntz5, T. Smirnova3, et al., 2021: Scientific and human errors in a snow model intercomparison. BAMS, 102(1), 1-46,   Abstract

Miller5, R. L., G. A. Schmidt5, L. Nazarenko5, S. E. Bauer5, M. Kelley5, R. Ruedy5, G. L. Russell5, A. Ackerman5, R. Bleck3, S. Sun1, et al., 2021: CMIP6 Historical Simulations (1850‐2014) with GISS‐E2.1. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES), 13(1), e2019MS002034,   Abstract

Schwartz5, C. S., G. S. Romine5, D. C. Dowell1, 2021: Toward Unifying Short-Term and Next-Day Convection-Allowing Ensemble Forecast Systems with a Continuously Cycling 3-km Ensemble Kalman Filter over the Entire Conterminous United States. Weather and Forecasting, 36(2), 379–405,   Abstract

Sedlar3, J., L. D. Riihimaki3, K. Lantz1, D. D. Turner1, 2021: Development of a Random-Forest Cloud-Regime Classification Model Based on Surface Radiation and Cloud Products. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 60(4), 477–491,   Abstract

Stenchikov5, G., A. Ukhov5, S. Osipov5, R. Ahmadov3, G. Grell1, K. Cady-Pereira5, E. Mlawer5, M. Iacono5, 2021: How does a Pinatubo‐size Volcanic Cloud Reach the Middle Stratosphere?. JGR Atmospheres, 126(10), e2020JD033829,   Abstract

Turner1, D. D., U. Löhnert5, 2021: Ground-based temperature and humidity profiling: combining active and passive remote sensors. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 14(4), 3033–3048,   Abstract

Ukhov5, A., R. Ahmadov3, G. Grell1, G. Stenchikov5, 2021: Improving dust simulations in WRF-Chem v4.1.3 coupled with the GOCART aerosol module. Geoscientific Model Development, 14(1), 473–493,   Abstract

Ye5, X., P. Arab5, R. Ahmadov3, E. James3, G. A. Grell1, B. Pierce5, A. Kumar5, P. Makar5, J. Chen5, D. Davignon5, et al., 2021: Evaluation and intercomparison of wildfire smoke forecasts from multiple modeling systems for the 2019 Williams Flats fire. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, EOR,   Abstract

Zhang3, L., G. Grell1, S. McKeen3, R. Ahmadov3, K. Floyd3, D. Murphy1, 2021: Inline Coupling of Simple and Complex Chemistry Modules within the Global Weather Forecast model FIM (FIM-Chem v1). Geoscientific Model Development, EOR,   Abstract


Albers5, S., S. M. Saleeby5, S. Kreidenweis5, Q. Bian5, P. Xian5, Z. Toth1, R. Ahmadov3, E. James3, S. D. Miller5, 2020: A Fast Visible Wavelength 3-D Radiative Transfer Procedure for NWP Visualization and Forward Modeling. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, 13(6),   Abstract

Angevine3, W. M., J. Olson1, J. J. Gristey3, I. Glenn3, G. Feingold1, D. D. Turner1, 2020: Scale Awareness, Resolved Circulations, and Practical Limits in the MYNN–EDMF Boundary Layer and Shallow Cumulus Scheme. Monthly Weather Review, 148(11), 4629–4639,   Abstract

Banta3, R. M., Y. L. Pichugina3, W. A. Brewer1, A. Choukulkar3, K. O. Lantz3, J. B. Olson, J. Kenyon3, H. J. Fernando5, R. Krishnamurthy5, D. D. Turner 1, et al., 2020: Characterizing NWP Model Errors Using Doppler-Lidar Measurements of Recurrent Regional Diurnal Flows: Marine-Air Intrusions into the Columbia River BasinMarine-Air Intrusions into the Columbia River Basin. Monthly Weather Report, 148(3), 929–953,   Abstract

Bao5, S., L. Bernardet1, G. Thompson5, E. Kalina3, K. Newman5, M. Biswas5, 2020: Impact of the Hydrometeor Vertical Advection Method on HWRF’s Simulated Hurricane Structure. Weather and Forecasting, 35(2), 723–737,   Abstract

Beck2, J., J. Brown1, J. Dudhia5, D. Gill5, T. Hertneky5, J. Klemp5, M. Hu3, E. James3, J. Kenyon3, T. Smirnova3, et al., 2020: An Evaluation of a Hybrid, Terrain-Following Vertical Coordinate in the WRF-based RAP and HRRR Models. Weather and Forecasting, 35(3), 1081–1096,   Abstract

Biswas5, M. K., J. A. Zhang5, E. Grell3, E. Kalina3, K. Newman5, L. Bernardet1, L. Carson5, J. Frimel2, G. Grell1, 2020: Evaluation of the Grell-Freitas convective scheme in the Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting (HWRF) model. Weather and Forecasting, 35(3), 1017–1033,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Borg5, S. M., S. M. Cavallo5, D. D. Turner1, 2020: Characteristics of Tropopause Polar Vortices Based on Observations over the Greenland Ice Sheet. Jounal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 59(11), 1933–1947,   Abstract

Boukabara1, S-A., V. Krasnopolsky1, S. G. Penny3, J. Q. Stewart1, A. McGovern5, D. Hall5, J. E. Ten Hoeve1, J. Hickey5, H-L. A. Huang5, J. K. Williams5, et al., 2020: Outlook for Exploiting Artificial Intelligence in the Earth and Environmental Sciences. BAMS, EOR,   Abstract

Cione1, J. J., G. H. Bryan5, R. Dobosy5, J. A. Zhang5, G. De Boer3, A. Aksoy5, J. B. Wadker5, E. A. Kalina3, B. A. Dahl5, K. Ryan5, et al., 2020: Eye of the Storm: Observing Hurricanes with a Small Unmanned Aircraft System. BAMS, 101(2), E186–E205,   Abstract

Cucurull1, L., M. J. Mueller3, 2020: An Analysis of Alternatives for the COSMIC-2 Constellation in the Context of Global Observing System Simulation Experiments. Weather and Forecasting, 35(1), 51–66,   Abstract

Degelia5, S. K., X. Wang5, D. J. Stensrud5, D. D. Turner1, 2020: Systematic Evaluation of the Impact of Assimilating a Network of Ground-Based Remote Sensing Profilers for Forecasts of Nocturnal Convection Initiation during PECAN. Monthly Weather Review, 148(12), 4703–4728,   Abstract

Demuth5, J. L., R. E. Morss5, I. Jankov2, T. I. Alcott1, C. R. Alexander1, D. Nietfeld1, T. L. Jensen5, D. R. Novak1, S. G. Benjamin1, 2020: Recommendations for Developing Useful and Usable Convection-Allowing Model Ensemble Information for NWS Forecasters. Weather and Forecasting, 35(4), 1381–1406,   Abstract

Djalalova3, I. V., L. Bianco3, E. Akish3, J. M. Wilczak1, J. B. Olson1, J. S. Kenyon3, L. K. Berg1, A. Choukulkar5, R. Coulter5, D. D. Turner1, et al., 2020: Wind Ramp Events Validation in NWP Forecast Models during the Second Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP2) Using the Ramp Tool and Metric (RT&M). Weather and Forecasting, 35(6), 2407–2421,   Abstract

Essery5, R., H. Kim5, L. Wang5, P. Bartlett5, A. Boone5, C. Brutel-Vuilmet5, E. Burke5, M. Cuntz5, B. Decharme5, T. Smirnova3, et al., 2020: Snow cover duration trends observed at sites and predicted by multiple models. The Cryosphere, 14(12), 4687–4698,   Abstract

Feng5, J., Z. Toth1, M. Peña5, J. Zhang5, 2020: Partition of analysis and forecast error variance into growing and decaying components. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 146(April 2020 Part A), 1302-1321,   Abstract

Feng5, J., J. Zhang5, Z. Toth1, M. Peña5, S. Ravela5, 2020: A New Measure of Ensemble Central Tendency. Weather and Forecasting, 35(3), 879–889,   Abstract

Freitas5, S. R., G. A. Grell1, H. Li3, 2020: The GF Convection Parameterization: recent developments, extensions, and applications. Geoscientific Model Development, EOR,   Abstract

Freitas5, S. R., W. M. Putnam5, N. P. Arnold5, D. K. Adams5, G. A. Grell1, 2020: Cascading Toward a Kilometer‐Scale GCM: Impacts of a Scale‐Aware Convection Parameterization in the Goddard Earth Observing System GCM. Geophysical Research Letters, 47(17), e2020GL087682,   Abstract

Fujisaki-Manome5, A., G. E. Mann5, E. J. Anderson5, P. Y. Chu5, L. E. Fitzpatrick5, S. G. Benjamin1, E. P. James3, T. G. Smirnova3, C. R. Alexander1, D. M. Wright5, 2020: Improvements to lake-effect snow forecasts using a one-way air-lake model coupling approach. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 21(12), 2813–2828,   Abstract

Fujisaki-Manome5, A., G. E. Mann1, E. J. Anderson1, P. Y. Chu1, L. E. Fitzpatrick5, S. G. Benjamin1, E. P. James3, T. G. Smirnova3, C. R. Alexander1, D. M. Wright5, 2020: Improvements to Lake-Effect Snow Forecasts Using a One-Way Air–Lake Model Coupling Approach. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 21(12), 2813–2828,   Abstract

Hammer5, M. S., A. Van Donkelaar5, C. Li5, A. Lyapustin5, A. M. Sayer5, N. C. Hsu5, R. C. Levy5, M. J. Garay5, V. Kalashnikova5, L. Zhang3, et al., 2020: Global Estimates and Long-Term Trends of Fine Particulate Matter Concentrations (1998–2018). Environmental Science & Technology, 54(13), 7879–7890,   Abstract

Henderson3, J., E. R. Nielsen5, G. R. Herman5, R. S. Schumacher5, 2020: A Hazard Multiple: Overlapping Tornado and Flash Flood Warnings in a National Weather Service Forecast Office in the Southeastern United States. Weather and Forecasting, 35(4), 1459–1481,   Abstract

Hristova-Veleva5, S. M., P. P. Li5, B. Knosp5, Q. Vu5, F. J. Turk5, W. L. Poulsen5, Z. Haddad5, B. Lambrigtsen5, B. W. Stiles5, S. Trahan3, 2020: An Eye on the Storm: Integrating a Wealth of Data for Quickly Advancing the Physical Understanding and Forecasting of Tropical Cyclones. BAMS, 101(10), E1718–E1742,   Abstract

Hung5, W., C. Hsuan5, B. Shrestha5, H. Lin5, C. Lin5, G. Grogan5, J. Hong5, R. Ahmadov3, E. James3, E. Joseph5, 2020: The impacts of transported wildfire smoke aerosols on surface air quality in New York State: A case study in summer 2018. Atmospheric Environment, 227, Article 117415,   Abstract

James3, E. P., S. G. Benjamin1, B. D. Jamison2, 2020: Commercial aircraft-based observations for NWP: Global coverage, data impacts, and COVID-19. Jounal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 59(11), 1809–1825,   Abstract

Kelley5, M., G. A. Schmidt5, L. S. Nazarenko5, S. E. Bauer5, R. Ruedy5, G. L. Russell5, A. S. Ackerman5, I. Aleinov5, M. Bauer5, R. Bleck3, et al., 2020: GISS‐E2.1: Configurations and Climatology. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 12(8), e2019MS002025,   Abstract

Kenyon3, J. S., D. Keyser5, L. F. Bosart5, M. S. Evans5, 2020: The Motion of Mesoscale Snowbands in Northeast U.S. Winter Storms. Weather and Forecasting, 35(1), 83–105,   Abstract

Kren5, A. C., L. Cucurull1, H. Wang3, 2020: Addressing the sensitivity of forecast impact to flight path design for targeted observations of extratropical winter storms: A demonstration in an OSSE framework. Meteorological Applications, 27(4), e1942,   Abstract

Krishnamurthy5, R., R. K. Newsom5, L. K. Berg5, H. Xiao5, P-L. Ma5, D. D. Turner1, 2020: On the estimation of boundary layer heights: A machine learning approach. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, EOR,   Abstract

Kumler-Bonfanti3, C., J. Stewart1, D. Hall5, M. Govett1, 2020: Tropical and Extratropical Cyclone Detection Using Deep Learning. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 59(112), 1971–1985,   Abstract

Liao3, W. Tony., E. J. Hackathorn1, "A Study of Applying a 3D Instructional Software of Popular Science (Science On a Sphere Explorer) in Earth Science Education of an Elementary School." . IEEE, 2020..   Abstract

Liu1, Q., Z. Zhang1, M. Tong5, Z. Zhang5, B. Liu5, W. Wang5, L. Zhu5, B. Zhang5, S. Trahan3, L. Bernardet 1, et al., 2020: Vortex Initialization in the NCEP Operational Hurricane Models. Atmosphere, 11(9), 968,   Abstract

Maahn3, M., D. D. Turner1, U. Löhnert5, D. J. Posselt5, K. Ebell5, G. G. Mace5, J. M. Comstock5, 2020: Optimal Estimation Retrievals and Their Uncertainties: What Every Atmospheric Scientist Should Know. BAMS, 101(9), E1512–E1523,   Abstract

McKewon5, K. E., M. M. French5, K. S. Tuftedal5, D. M. Kingfield3, H. B. Bluestein5, D. W. Reif5, Z. B. Wienhoff5, 2020: Rapid-Scan and Polarimetric Radar Observations of the Dissipation of a Violent Tornado on 9 May 2016 near Sulphur, Oklahoma. Monthly Weather Review, 148(9), 3951–3971,   Abstract

Merryfield5, W. J., J. Baehr5, L. Batté5, E. J. Becker5, A. H. Butler3, B. W. Green3, et al., 2020: Current and emerging developments in subseasonal to decadal prediction. BAMS, 101(6), E869–E896,   Abstract

Mueller3, M. J., A. C. Kren5, L. Cucurull1, S. P. Casey5, R. N. Hoffman5, R. Atlas1, T. R. Peevey2, 2020: Impact of refractivity profiles from a proposed GNSS-RO constellation on tropical cyclone forecasts in a global modeling system. Monthly Weather Review, 147(7), 3037–3057,   Abstract

Newsom1, R. K., D. D. Turner1, R. Lehtinen5, C. Münkel5, J. Kallio5, R. Roininen5, 2020: Evaluation of a Compact Broadband Differential Absorption Lidar for Routine Water Vapor Profiling in the Atmospheric Boundary layer. JTECH, 37(1), 47–65,   Abstract

Pfister5, G. G., S. D. Eastham5, A. F. Arellano5, B. Aumont5, K. C. Barsanti5, M. C. Barth5, A. Conley5, N. A. Davis5, L. K. Emmons5, G. A. Grell1, et al., 2020: A MUlti-Scale Infrastructure for Chemistry and Aerosols - MUSICA. BAMS, 101(10), E1743–E1760,   Abstract

Pichugina3, Y. L., R. M. Banta3, W. A. Brewer1, L. Bianco3, C. Draxl5, J. Kenyon3, J. K. Lundquist 5, J. B. Olson1, D. D. Turner1, S. Wharton5, et al., 2020: Evaluating the WFIP2 updates to the HRRR model using scanning Doppler lidar measurements in the complex terrain of the Columbia River Basin. JOURNAL OF RENEWABLE AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGY, 12(4), Article 043301,   Abstract

Roberts5, B., B. T. Gallo5, I. L. Jirak1, A. J. Clark5, D. C. Dowell1, X. Wang5, Y. Wang5, 2020: What Does a Convection-Allowing Ensemble of Opportunity Buy Us in Forecasting Thunderstorms?. Weather and Forecasting, 35(6), 2293–2316,   Abstract

Rocadenbosch5, F., R. Barragán 5, S. J. Frasier5, J. Waldinger5, D. D. Turner1, T. L. Tanamachi5, D. T. Dawson5, 2020: Ceilometer-Based Rain-Rate Estimation: A Case-Study Comparison With S-Band Radar and Disdrometer Retrievals in the Context of VORTEX-SE. TRANSACTIONS ON GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE SENSING, 58(12), 1-17,   Abstract

Rosenberg2, D., P. D. Mininni5, R. Reddy5, A. Pouquet5, 2020: GPU Parallelization of a Hybrid Pseudospectral Geophysical Turbulence Framework Using CUDA. Atmosphere, 11(2), 178 - 22 pages,   Abstract

Sun5, T., Y. Chen5, J. Sun5, H. Wang2, H. Chen5, D. Meng5, 2020: A Multi-Time-Scale Four-Dimensional Variational Data Assimilation Scheme and its Application to Simulated Radial Velocity and Reflectivity Data. Monthly Weather Review, 148(5), 2063–2085,   Abstract

Tehranirad5, B., L. Herdman5, K. Nederhoff5, L. Erikson5, R. Cifelli1, G. Pratt1, M. Leon2, P. Barnard5, 2020: Effect of Fluvial Discharges and Remote Non-Tidal Residuals on Compound Flood Forecasting in San Francisco Bay. Water, 12(9), 2481,   Abstract

Turner1, D. D., J. Hamilton3, W. Moninger3, B. Strong2, R. Pierce2, V. Hagerty2, K. Holub1, S. G. Benjamin1, 2020: A Verification Approach Used in Developing the Rapid Refresh and Other Numerical Weather Prediction Models. , 8(3), 39-53,   Abstract

van Niekerk5, A., I. Sandu5, A. Zadra5, E. Bazile5, T. Kanehama5, M. Köhler 5, M. Koo5, H. Choi5, Y. Kuroki5, M. Toy3, et al., 2020: COnstraining ORographic Drag Effects (COORDE): a model comparison of resolved and parametrized orographic drag. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES), 12(11), e2020MS002160,   Abstract

Wallace5, R., K. Friedrich5, W. Deierling5, E. A. Kalina3, P. Schlatter1, 2020: The Lightning and Dual-Polarization Radar Characteristics of Three Hail-Accumulating Thunderstorms. Weather and Forecasting, 35(4), 1583–1603,   Abstract

Wick1, G. A., J. P. Dunion5, P. G. Black5, J. R. Walker5, R. D. Torn5, A. C. Kren5, A. Aksov5, J. M. English3, T. R. Peevey2, H. Wang3, et al., 2020: NOAA’S SENSING HAZARDS WITH OPERATIONAL UNMANNED TECHNOLOGY (SHOUT) EXPERIMENT: Observations and Forecast Impacts. BAMS, 101(7), E968–E987,   Abstract

Yu3, Y., N. Wang2, J. Middlecoff2, P. S. Peixoto5, M. W. Govett1, 2020: Comparing Numerical Accuracy of Icosahedral A-Grid and C-Grid Schemes in Solving the Shallow-Water Model. Monthly Weather Review, 148(10), 4009–4033,   Abstract

Zhang5, J., L. Lin2, R. L. Bras5, 2020: Effect of Logarithmically Transformed IMERG Precipitation Observations in WRF 4D-Var Data Assimilation System. Water, 12(7), 1918,   Abstract

Zhang5, J. A., E. A. Kalina3, M. K. Biswas5, R. F. Rogers1, P. Zhu5, F. D. Marks1, 2020: A Review and Evaluation of Planetary Boundary Layer Parameterizations in Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting Model Using Idealized Simulations and Observations. Atmospheres, 11(10), 1091,   Abstract

Zhou5, F., Z. Toth1, 2020: On the Prospects for Improved Tropical Cyclone Track Forecasts . BAMS, 101(12), E2058–E2077,   Abstract


Abboud5, A. W., K. R. Fenton2, J. P. Lehmer5, B. A. Fehringer5, J. P. Gentle5, T. R. McJunkin5, K. L. Le Blanc5, M. A. Petty2, M. S. Wandishin3, 2019: Coupling computational fluid dynamics with the high resolution rapid refresh model for forecasting dynamic line ratings. Electric Pwer Systems Research, 170, 326-337,   Abstract

Akish3, E., L. Bianco3, I. V. Djalalova3, J. M. Wilczak1, J. B. Olson3, F. Freedman5, C. Finley5, J. Cline1, 2019: Measuring the impact of additional instrumentation on the skill of numerical weather prediction models at forecasting wind ramp events during the first Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP). Wind Energy, 22(9), 1165-1174,   Abstract

Benjamin1, S. G., J. M. Brown1, G. Brunet5, P. Lynch5, K. Saito5, T. W. Schlatter5, "100 Years of Progress in Forecasting and NWP Applications." . American Meteorological Society, 2019..   Abstract

Berg5, L. K., Y. Liu5, U. Qian5, J. Olson3, M. Pekour5, P. Ma5, Z. Hou5, 2019: Sensitivity of Turbine-Height Wind Speeds to Parameters in the Planetary Boundary-Layer Parametrization Used in the Weather Research and Forecasting Model: Extension to Wintertime Conditions. Boundary-Layer Meteorology , 170(3), 507–518,   Abstract

Berger5, S., J. Bliefernicht5, A. Linstadter5, K. Canak5, S. Guug5, D. Heinzeller3, L. Hingerl5, M. Mauder5, F. Neidl5, E. Quansah5, et al., 2019: The impact of rain events on CO2 emissions from contrasting land use systems in semi-arid West African savannas. Science of The Total Environment , 647(10), 1478-1489,   Abstract

Bianco3, L., I. V. Djalalova3, J. M. Wilczak1, J. B. Olson3, J. S. Kenyon3, A. Choukulkar3, L. K. Berg5, H. J. Fernando5, E. P. Grimit5, D. D. Turner1, et al., 2019: Impact of model improvements on 80 m wind speeds during the second Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP2) . Geoscientific Model Development, 12(11), 4803–4821,   Abstract

Blumberg5, W. G., D. D. Turner1, S. M. Cavallo5, J. Gao1, J. Basara5, A. Shapiro5, 2019: An Analysis of the Processes Affecting Rapid Near-Surface Water Vapor Increases during the Afternoon to Evening Transition in Oklahoma. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 58(10), 2217–2234,   Abstract

Boukabara1, S., V. Krasnopolsky1, J. Q. Stewart2, E. S. Maddy5, N. Shahroudi5, R. S. Hoffman5, 2019: Leveraging Modern Artificial Intelligence for Remote Sensing and NWP: Benefits and Challenges. BAMS, 100(12), ES473–ES491,   Abstract

Coniglio1, M. C., G. S. Romine5, D. D. Turner1, R. D. Tom5, 2019: Impacts of Targeted AERI and Doppler Lidar Wind Retrievals on Short-Term Forecasts of the Initiation and Early Evolution of Thunderstorms. Monthly Weather Report, 147(4), 1149–1170,   Abstract

Fernando5, H. J., J. Mann5, J. L. Palma5, J. K. Lundquist5, R. J. Barthelmie5, M. BeloPereira5, W. O. Brown5, F. K. Chow5, T. Gerz5, D. D. Turner1, et al., 2019: The Perdigão: Peering into Microscale Details of Mountain Winds. BAMS, 100(5), 799-819,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

French5, M. M., D. M. Kingfield3, 2019: Dissipation Characteristics of Tornadic Vortex Signatures Associated with Long-Duration Tornadoes. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 58(2), 317–339,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Friedrich5, K., R. Wallace5, B. Meier1, N. Rydell1, W. Deierling5, E. Kalina3, B. Motta1, P. Schlatter1, T. Schlatter1, N. Doesken5, 2019: CHAT – the Colorado Hail Accumulation from Thunderstorms project. BAMS, 100(3), 459–471,   Abstract

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Hirtl5, M., M. Stuefer5, D. Arnold5, G. Grell1, C. Maurer5, S. Natali5, B. Scherllin5, P. Webley5, 2019: The effects of simulating volcanic aerosol radiative feedbacks with WRF-Chem during the Eyjafjallajökull eruption, April and May 2010. Atmospheric Environment, 198, 194-206,   Abstract

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Kim5, J. H., R. D. Sharman5, S. Benjamin1, J. Brown1, S. H. Park5, J. Klemp5, 2019: Improvement of Mountain Wave Turbulence Forecast in the NOAA’s Rapid Refresh (RAP) Model with Hybrid Vertical Coordinate System. Weather and Forecasting, 34(3), 773–780,   Abstract

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Lee5, T. R., M. Buban5, D. D. Turner1, T. P. Meyers1, C. B. Baker5, 2019: Evaluation of the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) Model using Near-Surface Meteorological and Flux Observations from Northern Alabama. Weather and Forecasting, 34(3), 635–663,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

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Pichugina3, Y. L., R. M. Banta1, T. Bonin3, W. A. Brewer1, A. Choukulkar3, B. J. McCarty3, S. Baidar3, J. Kenyon3, M. Marquis1, J. Olson3, et al., 2019: Spatial Variability of Winds and HRRR-NCEP Model Error Statistics at Three Doppler-Lidar Sites in the Wind-Energy Generation Region of the Columbia River Basin. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 58(8), 1633–1656,   Abstract

Potvin 5, C. K., J. R. Carley5, A. Clark5, L. J. Wicker5, P. S. Skinner5, A. E. Reinhart5, B. T. Gallo5, J. S. Kain5, G. R. Romine, D. C. Dowell1, et al., 2019: Systematic comparison of convection-allowing models during the 2017 NOAA HWT Spring Forecasting Experiment. Weather and Forecasting, 34(5), 1395–1416,   Abstract

Pouquet5, A., D. Rosenberg2, J. E. Stawartz5, R. Marino5, 2019: Helicity Dynamics, Inverse, and Bidirectional Cascades in Fluid and Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence: A Brief Review. Earth and Space Science, 6(3), 351-369,   Abstract

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Ryu5, Y., A. Hodzic5, G. Descombes5, M. Hu3, J. Barré5, 2019: Toward a Better Regional Ozone Forecast Over CONUS Using Rapid Data Assimilation of Clouds and Meteorology in WRF‐Chem. JGR Atmospheres, 124(23), 13576-13592,   Abstract

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Tanamachi5, R. L., S. J. Frasier5, J. Waldinger5, A. LaFleur5, D. D. Turner1, F. Focadenbosch5, 2019: Progress toward characterization of the atmospheric boundary layer over northern Alabama using observations by a vertically pointing, S-band profiling radar during VORTEX-Southeast. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 36(11), 2221–2246,   Abstract

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Turner1, D. D., W. G. Blumberg5, 2019: Improvements to the AERIoe thermodynamic profile retrieval algorithm. IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN APPLIED EARTH OBSERVATIONS AND REMOTE SENSING, 12(5), 1339 - 1354,   Abstract

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Wagner5, T. J., P. M. Klein5, D. D. Turner1, 2019: A new generation of ground-based mobile platforms for active and passive profiling of the boundary layer . BAMS, 100(1), 137-153,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

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Zhu5, K., M. Xue5, M. Hu3, S. G. Benjamin1, S. S. Weygandt1, H. Lin2, 2019: The Impact of Satellite Radiance Data Assimilation within a Frequently Updated Regional Forecast System Using a GSI-based Ensemble Kalman Filter. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 36(12), 1308-1326,   Abstract


Albers5, S., Z. Toth1, 2018: Visualization, Evaluation, and Improvement of NWP-Based Cloud Analyses and Forecasts, JCSDA Newsletter, No. 61, 61, Fall, 17-26.   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Angevine3, W. M., J. Olson3, J. Kenyon3, W. I. Gustafson, S. Endo5, K. Suselj5, D. D. Turner1, 2018: Shallow cumulus in WRF parameterizations evaluated against LASSO large-eddy simulations. Monthly Weather Report, 146(12), 4303–4322,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Bahreini5, R., R. Ahmadov3, S. A. McKeen3, K. T. Vu5, J. H. Dingle5, E. C. Apel5, D. R. Blake5, N. Blake5, T. L. Campos5, C. Cantrell5, et al., 2018: Sources and characteristics of summertime organic aerosol in the Colorado Front Range: perspective from measurements and WRF-Chem modeling. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18(11), 8293-8312,   Abstract

Banta1, R. M., Y. L. Pichugina3, W. A. Brewer1, E. P. James3, J. B. Olson3, S. G. Benjamin1, J. R. Carley5, L. Bianco3, I. V. Djalalova3, M. C. Marquis1, et al., 2018: Evaluating and Improving NWP Forecast Models for the Future: How the Needs of Offshore Wind Energy Can Point the Way. BAMS, 99(6), 1155–1176,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Blake5, B. T., J. R. Carley1, T. I. Alcott1, I. Jankov2, M. E. Pyle1, S. E. Perfater5, B. Albright5, 2018: An Adaptive Approach for the Calculation of Ensemble Gridpoint Probabilities. Weather and Forecasting, 33(4), 1063-1080,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Bonfanti3, C., L. Trailovic3, J. Stewart2, M. Govett1, 2018: Machine Learning: Defining Worldwide Cyclone Labels for Training, .   Abstract

Boukabara5, S., K. Ide5, N. Shahroudi5, Y. Zhou5, T. Zhu5, R. Li3, L. Cucurull1, R. Atlas1, S. P. Casey5, R. N. Hoffman5, 2018: Community Global Observing System Simulation Experiment (OSSE) Package :: CGOP. Part II: Perfect Observations Simulation Validation. JTECH , 35(1), 207–226,   Abstract

Buizza5, R., J. Du5, Z. Toth1, "Major Operational Ensemble Prediction Systems (EPS) and the Future of EPS." Handbook of Hydrometeorological Ensemble Forecasting. Springer, 2018..   Abstract

Chen5, Y., F. Zhang5, B. W. Green3, X. Yu5, 2018: Impacts of Ocean Cooling and Reduced Wind Drag on Hurricane Katrina (2005) Based on Numerical Simulations. Monthly Weather Report, 146(1), 287–306,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Clark1, A. J., I. L. Jirak1, S. R. Dembek5, G. J. Creager5, F. Kong5, K. W. Thomas5, K. H. Knopfmeier5, B. T. Gallo, C. J. Meilck5, C. R. Alexander1, et al., 2018: The Community Leveraged Unified Ensemble (CLUE) in the 2016 NOAA/Hazardous Weather Testbed Spring Forecasting Experiment. BAMS, 99(7), 1433–1448,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Cucurull1, L., R. Atlas1, R. Li3, M. J. Mueller3, 2018: An Observing System Simulation Experiment with a Constellation of Radio Occultation Satellites. Monthly Weather Review, 146(12), 4247–4259,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Dai5, Y., H. Li3, L. Sun5, 2018: The Simulation of East Asian Summer Monsoon Precipitation With a Regional Ocean‐Atmosphere Coupled Model. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123(20), 11,362-11,376,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

de Boer5, G., M. Ivey5, B. Schmid5, D. Lawrence5, D. Dexheimer5, F. Mei5, J. Hubbe5, A. Bendure5, J. Hardesty5, D. D. Turner1, et al., 2018: A Bird’s Eye View: Development of an Operational ARM Unmanned Aerial Capability for Atmospheric Research in Arctic Alaska. BAMS, 99(6), 1197–1212,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Dieng5, D., P. Laux5, D. Heinzeller3, J. Bliefernicht5, A. Sarr5, A. T. Gaye5, H. Kunstmann5, 2018: Performance Analysis and Projected Changes of Agroclimatological Indices Across West Africa Based on High‐Resolution Regional Climate Model Simulations. JGR Atmospheres, 123(15), 7950-7973,   Abstract

Dole3, R. M., J. R. Spackman4, M. Newman3, G. P. Compo3, C. A. Smith3, L. M. Hartten3, J. J. Barsugli3, R. S. Webb1, M. P. Hoerling1, J. M. Brown1, et al., 2018: Advancing Science and Services during the 2015-16 El Niño: The NOAA El Niño Rapid Response Field Campaign. BAMS, 99(5), 975-1001,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Edwards-Opperman5, J., S. Cavallo5, D. Turner1, 2018: The Occurrence and Properties of Long-Lived Liquid-Bearing Clouds over the Greenland Ice Sheet and Their Relationship to the North Atlantic Oscillation. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 57(4), 921–935,   Abstract

English3, J. M., A. C. Kren2, T. R. Peevey3, 2018: Improving winter storm forecasts with Observing System Simulation Experiments (OSSEs): Part 2, Evaluating a satellite gap with idealized and targeted dropsondes. Earth and Space Science, 5(5), 176-196,   Abstract

Fassoni5, A., D. Castilho5, M. Rixen5, E. Ramirez5, J. G. Z de Mattos5, P. Kubota5, A. J. Peixoto Calheiros5, K. A. Reed5, S. R. Frietas5, G. A. Grell1, et al., 2018: Building the Next Generation of Climate Modelers: Scale-Aware Physics Parameterization and the “Grey Zone” Challenge. BAMS, 99(11), ES185-ES189,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Feldman5, D. R., W. D. Collins5, S. C. Biraud5, M. D. Risser5, D. D. Turner1, P. J. Gero5, J. Tadic5, D. Helmig5, S. Xie5, E. J. Mlawer5, et al., 2018: Observationally derived rise in methane surface forcing mediated by water vapour trends. Nature Geoscience, 11, 238-243,   Abstract

Feng5, J., J. Li5, R. Ding5, Z. Toth1, 2018: Comparison of Nonlinear Local Lyapunov Vectors and Bred Vectors in Estimating the Spatial Distribution of Error Growth. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 75(4), 1073–1087,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Frassoni5, A., D. Castilho5, M. Rixen5, E. Ramirez5, J. G. DeMattos5, R. Kubota5, A. J. Peixoto Calheiros5, K. A. Reed5, M. A. Da Silva Dias5, G. A. Grell1, et al., 2018: Building the next generation of climate modelers: scale–aware physics parameterization and the “Grey Zone” challenge, , 99, ES185–ES189, 99, 11.   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Freitas5, S. R., G. A. Grell1, A. Molod5, M. A. Thompson5, W. M. Putman5, C. M. Santos e Silva5, E. P. Souza5, 2018: Assessing the Grell‐Freitas Convection Parameterization in the NASA GEOS Modeling System. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Sciences, 10(6), 1266-1289,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

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Grasmick5, C., B. Geerts5, D. D. Turner1, Z. Wang5, T. M. Weckwerth5, 2018: The relation between nocturnal MCS evolution and its outflow boundaries in the stable boundary layer: An observational study of the 15 July 2015 MCS in PECAN. Monthly Weather Report, 146(10), 3203–3226,   Abstract

Gryning5, S. E., E. Batchvarova5, A. Baklanov5, G. Grell1, W. C. De Rooy5, R. San Jose5, J. Struzewska5, M. Tombrou5, R. S. Sokhi5, "REPRESENTATION OF BOUNDARY- LAYER, RADIATION, CLOUD AND AEROSOL PROCESSES IN MESOSCALE MODELS." . Anthem Press, 2018..   Abstract

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Higgins5, S. A., I. Overeem5, K. G. Rogers5, E. A. Kalina3, 2018: River linking in India: Downstream impacts on water discharge and suspended sediment transport to deltas. Science of the Anthropocene, 6(20),   Abstract

James3, E. P., S. G. Benjamin1, M. Marquis1, 2018: Offshore wind speed estimates from a high‐resolution rapidly updating numerical weather prediction model forecast dataset. Wind Energy, 21(4), 264–284,   Abstract

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Lawson5, J. R., J. S. Kain5, N. Yussouf5, D. C. Dowell1, D. M. Wheatley5, K. H. Knopmeier5, T. A. Jones5, 2018: Advancing from convection-allowing NWP to Warn-on-Forecast: evidence of progress. Weather and Forecasting, 33(2), 599–607,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Li5, W., Z. Wang5, G. Zhang5, M. S. Peng5, S. G. Benjamin1, M. Zhao1, 2018: Subseasonal Variability of Rossby Wave Breaking and Impacts on Tropical Cyclones during the North Atlantic Warm Season. Journal of Climate, 31(23), 9679–9695,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Matrosov3, S. Y., D. D. Turner1, 2018: Retrieving Mean Temperature of Atmospheric Liquid Water Layers Using Microwave Radiometer Measurements. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 35(5), 1091–1102,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

McCorkle5, T. A., J. D. Horel5, A. A. Jacques5, T. Alcott1, 2018: Evaluating the Experimental High-Resolution Rapid Refresh–Alaska Modeling System Using USArray Pressure Observations. Weather and Forecasting, 33(4), 933–953,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

McDonald3, B. C., S. A. McKeen3, Y. Y. Cui3, R. Ahmadov3, S. W. Kim3, G. J. Frost1, I. B. Pollack3, J. Peischi3, T. B. Ryerson1, J. S. Holloway3, et al., 2018: Modeling Ozone in the Eastern U.S. using a Fuel-Based Mobile Source Emissions Inventory. Environmental Science & Technology, 52(13), 7360-7370,   Abstract

Osman5, M. K., D. D. Turner1, T. Heus5, R. Newsom5, 2018: Characteristics of Water Vapor Turbulence Profiles in Convective Boundary Layers During the Dry and Wet Seasons Over Darwin. Journal of Geophysical Research, 123(10), 4818-4836,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Park5, C., C. Gerbig5, S. Newman5, R. Ahmadov3, S. Feng5, K. R. Gurney5, G. R. Carmichael5, S. Y. Park5, H. W. Lee5, M. Goulden5, et al., 2018:  CO2 Transport, Variability, and Budget over the Southern California Air Basin Using the High-Resolution WRF-VPRM Model during the CalNex 2010 Campaign . Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 57(6), 1337–1352,   Abstract

Peevey3, T. R., J. M. English3, L. Cucurull1, H. Wang2, A. C. Kren5, 2018: Improving winter storm forecasts with Observing System Simulation Experiments (OSSEs): Part 1, An idealized case study of three US storms. Monthly Weather Review, 146(5), 1341–1366,   Abstract

Pettersen5, C., R. Bennartz5, A. J. Merrelli5, M. D. Shupe3, D. D. Turner1, V. P. Walden5, 2018: Precipitation regimes over central Greenland inferred from 5 years of ICECAPS observations. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18(7), 4715–4735,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

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Skinner5, P. S., D. M. Wheatley5, K. H. Knopfmeier5, J. J. Choate5, T. A. Jones5, D. C. Dowell1, C. R. Alexander1, T. T. Ladwig3, G. J. Creager5, L. J. Wicker1, et al., 2018: Object-Based Verification of a Prototype Warn-on-Forecast System. Weather and Forecasting, 33(5), 1225–1250,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

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Tsai5, C., M. Spolaor5, S. F. Colosimo5, O. Pikeinaya5, R. Cheung5, E. Williams1, J. B. Gilman3, B. M. Lerner3, R. J. Zamora1, R. Ahmadov3, et al., 2018: Nitrous acid formation in a snow-free wintertime polluted rural area. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18(3), 1977-1996,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

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Cardellach5, E., L. Cucurull3, et al., 2015: Sensitivity of PAZ LEO Polarimetric GNSS Radio-Occultation Experiment to Precipitation Events. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing , 53(1), 190-206,   Abstract

Chen5, Y., H. Wang2, J. Min5, X. Huang5, P. Minnus5, R. Zhang5, J. Haggerty5, R. Palikonda5, 2015: Variational Assimilation of Cloud Liquid/Ice Water Path and its Impact on NWP. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 54(8), 1809-1825,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

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da Luz5, E. F., A. F. Dos Santos5, S. R. Freitas5, H. F. De Campos Velho5, G. A. Grell1, 2015: Optimization by Firefly with Predation for Ensemble Precipitation Estimation Using BRAMS. American Journal of Environmental Engineering, 5(1A), 27-33,   Abstract

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Longmore2, S., S. Miller2, D. Bikos2, D. Lindsey5, E. Szoke2, D. Molenar5, D. Hillger5, R. Brummer2, J. John Knaff5, 2015: An Automated Mobile Phone Photo Relay and Display Concept Applicable to Operational Severe Weather Monitoring. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 32(7), 1356–1363,   Abstract

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Majumdar5, S., E. Chang5, M. Peña5, R. Tatusko1, Z. Toth1, 2015: PLANNING THE NEXT DECADE OF COORDINATED US RESEARCH ON MINUTES-TO-SEASONAL PREDICTION OF HIGH-IMPACT WEATHER. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 96(3), 461–464,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

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San José5, R., J. L. Pérez5, A. Balzarini5, R. Baró5, G. Curci5, R. Forkel5, S. Galmarini5, G. A. Grell1, M. Hirtl5, L. Honzak5, et al., 2015: Sensitivity of feedback effects in CBMZ/MOSAIC chemical mechanism. Atmospheric Environment, 115, 646–656,   Abstract

Skinner5, P. S., C. C. Weiss5, L. J. Wicker5, D. C. Dowell1, 2015: Forcing Mechanisms for an Internal Rear-Flank Downdraft Momentum Surge in the 18 May 2010 Dumas, Texas, Supercell. Monthly Weather Review, 143(11), 4305-4330,   Abstract

Tuccella5, P., G. Curci5, G. A. Grell1, G. Visconti5, S. Crumeyrolle5, A. Schwarzenboeck5, A. A. Mensah5, 2015: A new chemistry option in WRF-Chem v. 3.4 for the simulation of direct and indirect aerosol effects using VBS: evaluation against IMPACT-EUCAARI data. Geoscientific Model Development, 8(9), 2749-2776,   Abstract

Wang5, K., Y. Zhang5, K. Yahya5, S. Y. Wu5, G. Grell1, 2015: Implementation and initial application of new chemistry-aerosol options in WRF/Chem for simulating secondary organic aerosols and aerosol indirect effects for regional air quality. Atmospheric Environment, 115, 716–732,   Abstract

Wang2, N., J. Bao2, J. L. Lee1, F. Moeng1, C. Matsumoto2, 2015: Wavelet Compression Technique for High-Resolution Global Model Data on an Icosahedral Grid. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 32(9), 1650–1667,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Weiss5, C. C., D. C. Dowell1, J. L. Schroeder5, P. S. Skinner5, A. E. Reinhart5, P. M. Markowski5, Y. P. Richardson5, 2015: A Comparison of Near-Surface Buoyancy and Baroclinity across Three VORTEX2 Supercell Intercepts. Monthly Weather Review, 143(7), 2736–2753,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Wilczak1, J., C. Finley5, J. Freedman5, J. Cline1, L. Bianco3, J. Olson3, I. Djalalova5, L. Sheridan5, S. G. Benjamin1, M. Marquis1, et al., 2015: The Wind Forecast Improvement Project (WFIP): A Public-Private Partnership Addressing Wind Energy Forecast Needs. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 96(10), 1699-1718,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Wu5, J. B., J. Xu5, M. Pagowski2, F. Geng5, S. Gu5, G. Zhou5, Y. Xie5, Z. Yu5, 2015: Modeling study of a severe aerosol pollution event in December 2013 over Shanghai China: An application of chemical data assimilation. Particuology, 20, 41-51,   Abstract

Xu5, D., X. Huang5, H. Wang2, A. P. Mizzi5, J. Min5, 2015: Impact of Assimilating Radiances with the WRFDA ETKF/3DVAR Hybrid System on Prediction of Two Typhoons in 2012. Journal of Meteorological Research, 29(1), 28-40,   Abstract

Yussouf5, N., D. C. Dowell1, L. J. Wicker1, K. H. Knopfmeier5, D. M. Wheatley5, 2015: Storm-Scale Data Assimilation and Ensemble Forecasts for the 27 April 2011 Severe Weather Outbreak in Alabama. Monthly Weather Review, 143(8), 3044–3066,   Abstract   NOAA Repository

Zang5, Z., Z. Hao5, X. Pan5, Z. Li5, D. Chen5, L. Zhang3, Q. Li5, 2015: Background error statistics for aerosol variables from WRF/Chem predictions in Southern California. Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 51(2), 123-135,   Abstract


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Biswas5, M. K., L. Bernardet3, J. Dudhia5, 2014: Sensitivity of hurricane forecasts to cumulus parameterizations in the HWRF model. Geophysical Research Letters, 41(24), 9113–9119, DOI: 10.1109/TGRS.2013.2296558.   Abstract

Blackwell5, W. J., L. Cucurull3, et al., 2014: Radiometer Calibration Using Co-located GPS Radio Occultation Measurements. IEEE Trans. Geosci. remote Sensing, 52(10), 6423 - 6433, DOI: 10.1109/TGRS.2013.2296558.   Abstract

Bluestein5, H. B., R. M. Rauber5, D. W. Burgess5, B. Albrecht5, S. M. Ellis5, Y. P. Richardson5, D. P. Jorgensen5, S. J. Frasier5, P. Chilson5, D. C. Dowell1, et al., 2014: Radar in Atmospheric Sciences and Related Research: Current Systems, Emerging Technology, and Future Needs. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 95(12), 1850–1861,   Abstract

Calhoun5, K. M., E. R. Mansell1, D. R. MacGorman1, D. C. Dowell1, 2014: Numerical Simulations of Lightning and Storm Charge of the 29–30 May 2004 Geary, Oklahoma, Supercell Thunderstorm Using EnKF Mobile Radar Data Assimilation. Monthly Weather Review, 142(11), 3977–3997,   Abstract

Cardellach5, E., L. Cucurull3, et al., 2014: Sensitivity of PAZ LEO Polarimetric GNSS Radio-Occultation Experiment to Precipitation Events. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 53(1), 190 - 206,   Abstract

Chang5, E., S. Yeh5, S. Hong5, J. Kim2, R. Wu5, K. Yoshimira5, 2014: Study on the changes in the East Asian precipitation in the mid-1990s using a high-resolution global downscaled atmospheric data set. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 119(5), 2279-2293,   Abstract

Cucurull3, L., R. A. Anthes4, 2014: Impact of Infrared, Microwave and Radio Occultation Satellite Observations on Operational Numerical Weather Prediction. Monthly Weather Review, 142(11), 4164-4186,   Abstract

Cucurull3, L., R. A. Anthes4, L. Tsao5, 2014: Radio Occultation Observations as Anchor Observations in Numerical Weather Prediction Models and Associated Reduction of Bias Corrections in Microwave and Infrared Satellite Observations. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 31(1), 20-32,   Abstract

Forkel5, R., J. Werhahn1, S. A. McKeen3, S. E. Peckham3, G. A. Grell1, P. Suppan5, " A Case Study on the Impact of Aerosol-Radiation Feedback on Meteorology and Regional Pollutant Distributions." Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXII. Springer Netherlands, 2014. 357 - 361.   Abstract

Gall5, R., F. Toepfer1, F. Marks1, E. Rappaport1, A. Aksoy5, S. Aberson1, J. W. Bao1, M. Bender1, S. Benjamin1, L. Bernardet3, et al., 2014: HFIP Technical Report: HFIP2014-2, 2013 HFIP R&D Activities Summary: Recent Results and Operational Implementation, 2013 HFIP R&D Activities Summary: Recent Results and Operational Implementation, 50.   Abstract

Govett1, M., J. Middlecoff1, T. Henderson2, 2014: Directive-Based Parallelization of the NIM Weather Model for GPUs , 2014 First Workshop on Accelerator Programming using Directives (WACCPD) , New Orleans, LA, IEEE, 55-61,   Abstract

Grell1, G. A., S. R. Freitas5, 2014: A scale and aerosol aware stochastic convective parameterization for weather and air quality modeling. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14(10), 5233-5250,   Abstract

Holt3, C., L. Bernardet3, T. P. Brown3, R. Yablonsky5, 2014: Community HWRF Users’ Guide V3.6a - The Developmental Testbed Center, NOAA Technical Memorandum OAR GSD-45, 128.   Abstract

Hou1, D., M. Charles1, Y. Luo4, Z. Toth1, Y. Zhu1, R. Krzysztofowicz5, Y. Lin1, P. Xie1, D. Seo, M. Pena, et al., 2014: Climatology-Calibrated Precipitation Analysis at Fine Scales: Statistical Adjustment of STAGE IV towards CPC Gauge-Based Analysis. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15(6), 2542-2557,   Abstract

Kazil3, J., S. McKeen3, S. -. Kim3, R. Ahmadov3, G. Grell1, R. Talukdar3, A. R. Ravishankara5, 2014: Deposition and rainwater concentrations of trifluoroacetic acid in the United States from future HFO-1234yf emissions . Journal of Geophysical Research (Online Publication), 119(24), 14059-14079,   Abstract

Mao5, Y. H., Q. B. Li5, D. Chen5, L. Zhang3, W. M. Hao5, K. N. Liou5, 2014: Top-down estimates of biomass burning emissions of black carbon in the Western United States. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 14, 7195-7211,   Abstract

Marquis5, J., Y. Richardson5, P. Markowski5, D. Dowell1, J. Wurman5, K. Kosiba5, P. Robinson5, G. Romine5, 2014: An Investigation of the Goshen County, Wyoming, Tornadic Supercell of 5 June 2009 Using EnKF Assimilation of Mobile Mesonet and Radar Observations Collected during VORTEX2. Part I: Experiment Design and Verification of the EnKF Analyses. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142(2), 530-554,   Abstract

Marrapu3, P., Y. Cheng5, G. Beig5, S. Sahu5, R. Srinivas5, G. R. Carmichael5, 2014: Air Quality in Delhi During Commonwealth Games. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussion, 14(7), 10025-10059,   Abstract

Miller5, R. L., G. A. Schmidt5, L. S. Nazarenko5, N. Tausnev5, S. E. Bauer5, A. D. DelGenio5, M. Kelley5, K. K. Lo5, R. Ruedy5, S. Sun3, et al., 2014: CMIP5 historical simulations (1850–2012) with GISS ModelE2. Journal of Advances in Earth Modeling Systems, 6(2), 441–477,   Abstract

Pagowski2, M., Z. Liu5, G. A. Grell1, M. Hu3, H. C. Lin, C. S. Schwartz, 2014: Implementation of aerosol assimilation in Gridpoint Statistical Interpolation (v. 3.2) and WRF-Chem (v. 3.4.1). Geoscientific Model Development, 7(4), 1621-1627,   Abstract

Pan5, Y., K. Zhu5, M. Xue5, X. Wang5, M. Hu3, S. Benjamin1, S. Weygandt1, J. Whitaker1, 2014: A GSI-Based Coupled EnSRF–En3DVar Hybrid Data Assimilation System for the Operational Rapid Refresh Model: Tests at a Reduced Resolution. Monthly Weather Review, 142(10), 3756–3780,   Abstract

Pena5, M., Z. Toth1, 2014: Estimation of Analysis and Forecast Error Variances. Tellus Series A Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography, 66(1), 21767,   Abstract

Prive5, N. C., Y. Xie1, S. Koch1, R. Atlas1, S. J. Majumdar5, R. N. Hoffman5, 2014: An Observing System Simulation Experiment for the Unmanned Aircraft System data impact on tropical cyclone track forecasts. Monthly Weather Review, 142(11), 4357-4363,   Abstract

Schenkman5, A., M. Xue5, M. Hu3, 2014: Tornadogenesis in a High-Resolution Simulation of the 8 May 2003 Oklahoma City Supercell. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 71(1), 130–154,   Abstract

Tallapragada1, V., L. Bernardet3, M. Biswas5, S. Gopalakrishnan1, Y. Kwon4, Q. Liu1, T. Marchok1, D. Sheinin5, M. Tong5, S. Trahan5, et al., 2014: Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting (HWRF) Model: 2014 Scientific Documentation, Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting (HWRF) Model:, 105.

Toth1, Z., M. Tew1, D. Birkenheuer1, S. Albers2, Y. Xie1, B. Motta1, 2014: Multiscale Data Assimilation and Forecasting. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 95(2), ES30-ES33,

Tuccella5, P., G. Grell1, S. A. Mckeen1, R. Ahmadov3, G. Curci5, G. Visconti5, "Toward a New Chemical Mechanism in WRF/Chem for Direct and Indirect Aerosol Effects: A Focus on the Carbonaceous Aerosols." Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXII. Springer Netherlands, 2014. 147-151.   Abstract

Wang2, H., X. Huang5, J. Sun5, D. Xu5, M. Zhang3, S. Fan5, J. Qin5, 2014: Inhomogeneous Background Error Modeling for WRF-Var Using the NMC Method. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 53(10), 2287-2309,   Abstract

Wang2, H., X. Huang5, D. Xu5, J. Liu5, 2014: A scale-dependent blending scheme for WRFDA: impact on regional weather forecasting. Geoscientific Model Development, 7(4), 1819-1828,   Abstract

Yablonsky5, R., I. Ginis5, B. Thomas5, V. Tallapragada1, D. Sheinin5, L. Bernardet3, 2014: Description and Analysis of the Ocean Component of NOAA’s Operational Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting Model (HWRF). Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 32(1), 144-163,   Abstract

Zhang5, X., H. Wang2, X. Huang5, F. Gao5, N. A. Jacob, 2014: Using Adjoint-Based Forecast Sensitivity Method to Evaluate TAMDAR Data Impacts on Regional Forecasts. Advances in Meteorology, 2015(Article ID 427616), 13,   Abstract


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Baklanov5, A., K. H. Schluenzen5, P. Suppan5, J. Baldasano5, D. Brunner5, S. Aksoyoglu5, G. Carmichael5, J. Douros5, J. Flemming5, G. Grell1, et al., 2013: Online coupled regional meteorology-chemistry models in Europe: current status and prospects. . Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics , 13(5), 12541-12724,   Abstract

Bernardet3, L., S. Bao5, R. Yablonsky5, D. Stark5, T. Brown3, 2013: Community HWRF Users Guide V3.5A , NOAA Technical Memorandum OAR GSD-43, 142 pages.   Abstract

Carpenter5, I., R. K. Archibald5, J. Larkin5, P. Micikevicius5, M. Norman5, R. Rosinski2, J. Schwarzmeier5, M. A. Taylor5, 2013: Progress towards accelerating HOMME on hybrid multi-core systems. The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, 27(3), 335-347,   Abstract

Chang5, E. K., M. Pena5, Z. Toth1, 2013: International Research Collaboration in High-Impact Weather Prediction. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 94(11), ES149-ES151,

Chen5, D., Q. Li5, J. Stutz5, Y. Mao5, L. Zhang3, et al., 2013: WRF-Chem simulation of NOx and O3 in the L.A. basin during CalNex-2010. Atmospheric Environment, 81, 421–432,   Abstract

Cucurull3, L., J. C. Derber1, R. J. Purser5, 2013: A bending angle forward operator for global positioning system radio occultation measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 118(1), 14-28,   Abstract

dos Santos5, A. F., H. F. De Campos Velho5, F. P. Luz5, S. R. Freitas5, G. A. Grell1, M. A. Gan5, 2013: Firefly optimization to determine the precipitation field on South America. Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, 21(3), 451-466, .   Abstract

dos Santos5, A. F., S. R. Freitas5, JG. Z. De Mattos5, H. F. De Campos Velho5, M. A. Gan5, EF. P. Da Luz5, G. A. Grell1, 2013: Using the Firefly optimization method to weight an ensemble of rainfall forecasts from the Brazilian developments on the Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (BRAMS). Advances in Geosciences, 35, 123-136,   Abstract

Fitch, A. C., J. K. Lundquist1, J. B. Olson3, 2013: Mesoscale influence of wind farms throughout a diurnal cycle. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141(7), 2173-2198,   Abstract

Fitch5, A. C., J. B. Olson3, J. K. Lundquist5, 2013: Parameterization of Wind Farms in Climate Models. Journal of Climate, 26(17), 6439–6458,   Abstract

Gregow5, E., E. Saltikoff5, S. Albers2, H. Hohti5, 2013: Precipitation accumulation analysis – assimilation of radar-gauge measurements and validation of different methods. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 17(10), 4109-4120,   Abstract

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Guo5, F. Y., Q. Liu5, X. T. Zheng5, S. Sun3, 2013: The role of barrier layer in southeastern Arabian Sea during the development of positive Indian Ocean Dipole events. Journal of Ocean University of China, 12(2), 245-252,   Abstract

Hamill1, T. M., G. T. Bates3, J. S. Whitaker1, D. R. Murray3, M. Fiorino1, T. J. Galarneau5, Y. Zhu1, W. Lapenta1, 2013: NOAA's Second-Generation Global Medium-Range Ensemble Reforecast Dataset. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 94(10), 1553-1565,   Abstract

Hewson5, M., H. McGowan5, S. Phinn5, S. Peckham3, G. Grell1, 2013: Exploring Aerosol Effects on Rainfall for Brisbane, Australia. Climate, 1 - Special Issue(3), 120-147,   Abstract

Hewson5, M., S. Phinn5, S. Peckham3, G. Grell1, H. McGowan5, 2013: Exploring Anthropogenic Aerosol Effects on Rainfall for Brisbane, Australia . Climate , 1(3), 120-147,   Abstract

Hong5, S., M. Koo5, J. Jang5, J. E. Kim2, H. Park5, M. Joh5, J. Kang5, T. Oh5, 2013: An Evaluation of the Software System Dependency of a Global Atmospheric Model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141(11), 4165-4172,   Abstract

Hong5, S. Y., H. Park5, H. B. Cheong5, J. E. Kim2, M. S. Koo5, J. Jang5, S. Ham5, S. O. Hwang5, B. K. Park5, E. C. Chang5, et al., 2013: The Global/Regional Integrated Model system (GRIMs). Asia-Pacific Journal of Atmospheric Sciences, 49(2), 219-243,   Abstract

Ikeda5, K., J. Steiner5, J. Pinto5, C. Alexander3, 2013: Evaluation of cold-season precipitation forecasts generated by the Hourly-updating High-Resolution Rapid Refresh model. Wea. Forecasting, 28(4), 921-939,   Abstract

Kim5, O. Y., C. G. Lu5, J. A. McGinley1, S. C. Albers2, J. H. Oh5, 2013: Experiments of LAPS wind and temperature analysis with background error statistics obtained using ensemble methods. Atmospheric Research, 122, 250-269,   Abstract

LeMone5, M. A., T. W. Schlatter3, R. T. Henson5, 2013: A striking cloud over Boulder, Colorado. What is its altitude, and why does it matter?. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 94(6), 788–797,   Abstract

Li5, W., Y. F. Xie1, G. J. Han5, 2013: A theoretical study of the multigrid three-dimensional variational data assimilation scheme using a simple bilinear interpolation algorithm. Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 32(3), 80-87,   Abstract

Liang5, M. C., L. C. Lin5, K. K. Tung5, Y. L. Yung5, S. Sun3, 2013: Transient Climate Response in Coupled Atmospheric-Ocean General Circulation Models. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 70(4), 1291-1296,   Abstract

Liang5, M. C., L. C. Lin5, K. K. Tung5, Y. L. Yung5, S. Sun3, 2013: Impact of Climate Drift on Twenty-First-Century Projection in a Coupled Atmospheric-Ocean General Circulation Model. Model. J. Atoms. Sci., 70(10), 3321-3327,   Abstract

Martinez-Levasseur5, L. M., M. A. Birch-Machin5, A. Bowman5, D. Gendron5, E. Weatherhead3, R. Knell3, K. Acevedo-Whitehouse , 2013: Whales Use Distinct Strategies to Counteract Solar Ultraviolet Radiation. Nature, 3(2386),   Abstract

Mathiesen5, P., J. M. Brown1, J. Kleissl5, 2013: Geostrophic Wind Dependent Probabilistic Irradiance Forecasts for Coastal California. Sustainable Energy, IEEE, 4(2), 510 - 518,   Abstract

Petters5, J. L., H. Jiang2, G. Feingold1, D. L. Rossiter5, D. Khelif5, L. C. Sloan5, P. Y. Chuang5, 2013: A comparative study of the response of non-drizzling stratocumulus to meteorological and aerosol perturbations. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 13(3), 2507-2529,   Abstract

Prive2, N. C., Y. Xie1, J. S. Woollen4, S. E. Koch1, R. Atlas1, R. E. Hood1, 2013: Evaluation of the Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL) Global Observing System Simulation Experiment (OSSE) System. Tellus Series a-Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography, 65, 19011,   Abstract

Romanou, A., W. W. Gregg, J. Romanski, M. Kelley5, R. Bleck3, R. Healy, L. Nazarenko, G. Russell, G. A. Schmidt, S. Sun3, et al., 2013: Natural air-sea flux of CO2 in simulations of the NASA-GISS climate model: Sensitivity to the physical ocean model formulation. Ocean Modeling, 66, 26-44,   Abstract

Sandgathe5, S., B. J. Etherton1, B. Brown5, E. Tollerud2, 2013: Designing Multimodel Ensembles Requires Meaningful Methodologies. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 94(12), ES183–ES185,

Shieh5, O. H., M. Fiorino1, M. E. Kucas5, B. Wang5, 2013: Extreme Rapid Intensification of Typhoon Vicente (2012) in the South China Sea. Wea. Forecasting, 28(6), 1578-1587,   Abstract

Steensen5, T., M. Stufer5, P. Webley5, G. Grell1, S. Freitas5, 2013: Qualitative comparison of Mount Redoubt 2009 volcanic clouds using the PUFF and WRF-Chem dispersion models and satellite remote sensing data. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 259, 235-247,   Abstract

Stuefer5, M., S. R. Freitas5, G. Grell1, P. Webley, S. E. Peckham1, S. A. McKeen1, S. D. Egan, 2013: Inclusion of ash and SO2 emissions from volcanic eruptions in WRF-Chem: development and some applications. Geosci. Model Dev., 6, 457-468,   Abstract

Tanamachi5, R. L., L. J. Wicker5, D. C. Dowell1, H. B. Bluestein5, D. T. Dawson II5, M. Xue5, 2013: EnKF assimilation of high-resolution, mobile Doppler radar data of the 4 May 2007 Greensburg, Kansas, supercell into a numerical cloud model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141(2), 625-648,   Abstract

Tollerud1, E. I., B. Etherton1, Z. Toth1, I. Jankov2, T. L. Jensen5, H. Yuan5, L. S. Wharton1, P. T. McCaslin1, E. Mirvis5, B. Kuo5, et al., 2013: The DTC Ensemble Testbed: A new testing and evaluation facility for mesoscale ensembles. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 94(3), 321-327,   Abstract

Wang2, N., 2013: An efficient search algorithm for minimum covering polygons on the sphere. SIAM J. Sci. Comput., 35(3), A1669–A1688,   Abstract

Ware3, R. H., D. Cimini5, E. Campos5, G. Guiliani5, S. Albers2, M. Nelson5, S. E. Koch1, P. Joe5, S. Cober5, 2013: Thermodynamic and liquid profiling during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Atmospheric Research, 132-133, 278-290,   Abstract

White1, A. B., M. L. Anderson5, M. D. Dettinger5, F. M. Ralph1, A. Hinojosa5, D. R. Cayan5, R. K. Hartman1, D. W. Reynolds3, L. E. Johnson2, T. L. Schneider1, et al., 2013: A 21st century California observing network for monitoring extreme weather events. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 30(8), 1585–1603,   Abstract

Zhang3, L., Q. Li5, Y. Gu5, K. N. Liou5, B. Meland5, 2013: Dust vertical profile impact on global radiative forcing estimation using a coupled chemical-transport–radiative-transfer model. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 13, 7097-7114,   Abstract

Zhang3, L., J. F. Kok5, D. K. Henze5, Q. Li5, C. Zhao5, 2013: Improving simulations of fine dust surface concentrations over the western United States by optimizing the particle size distribution. Geophysical Research Letters, 40(12), 3270–3275,   Abstract

Zhang2, M., M. Zupanski2, et al., 2013: Assimilating AMSU-A Radiances in the TC Core Area with NOAA Operational HWRF (2011) and a Hybrid Data Assimilation System: Danielle (2010). Monthly Weather Review, 141(11), 3889-3907,   Abstract

Zhu5, K., Y. Pan5, M. Xue5, X. Wang5, J. S. Whitaker1, S. G. Benjamin1, S. Weygandt1, M. Hu3, 2013: A Regional GSI-Based Ensemble Kalman Filter Data Assimilation System for the Rapid Refresh Configuration: Testing at Reduced Resolution. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141(11), 4118-4139,   Abstract


Bao3, S., R. Yablonsky5, D. Stark5, L. Bernardet3, 2012: COMMUNITY HWRF USERS GUIDE V3.4A , NOAA Technical Memorandum OAR GSD-42, 127 pages.   Abstract

Cucurull5, L., J. C. Derber1, R. J. Purser5, 2012: A bending angle forward operator for global positioning system radio occultation measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 118(1), 14-28,   Abstract

Cucurull5, L., 2012: Sensitivity of NWP model skill to the obliquity of the GPS radio occultation soundings. Atmospheric Science Letters, 13(1), 55-60,   Abstract

Cui4, B., Z. Toth1, D. Hou1, Y. Zhu1, 2012: Bias correction for global ensemble forecast. Weather and Forecasting, 27(2), 396-410,   Abstract

Fitch5, A. C., J. B. Olson3, J. K. Lundquist5, J. Dudhia5, A. K. Gupta5, J. Michalakes5, I. Barstad5, 2012: Local and Mesoscale Impacts of Wind Farms as Parameterized in a Mesoscale NWP Model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 140(9), 3017-3038,   Abstract

Forkel5, R., J. Werhahn5, A. B. Hansen5, S. McKeen3, S. Peckham3, G. Grell3, P. Suppan5, 2012: Effect of aerosol-radiation feedback on regional air quality - A case study with WRF/Chem. Atmospheric Environment, 53(Special Issue), 202-211,   Abstract

Hamill1, T. M., M. J. Brennan5, B. Brown5, M. DeMaria5, E. N. Rappaport5, Z. Toth1, 2012: NOAA's Future Ensemble-Based Hurricane Forecast Products. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc, 93(2), 209-220,   Abstract

Hou1, D., M. Charles1, Y. Luo5, Z. Toth1, Y. Zhu1, R. Krzysztofowicz5, Y. Lin1, P. Xie1, D. Seo5, M. Pena5, et al., 2012: Climatology-Calibrated Precipitation Analysis at fine scales: Statistical adjustment of Stage IV towards CPC gauge based analysis. J. Hydrometeor, 15(6), 2542–2557,   Abstract

Le Marshall5, J., Y. Xiao5, R. Norman5, K. Zhang5, A. Rea5, L. Cucurull3, R. Seecamp5, P. Steinle5, K. Puri5, E. Fu5, et al., 2012: The application of radio occultation observations for climate monitoring and numerical weather prediction in the Australian region. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal, 62(4), 323–334.   Abstract

Leelasakultum5, K., N. Molders5, H. N. Tran5, G. A. Grell1, 2012: Potential Impacts of the Introduction of Low-Sulfur Fuel on PM2.5 Concentrations at Breathing Level in a Subarctic City. Advances in Meteorology, 2012(Article ID 427078), 16 pages,   Abstract

Markowski5, P., Y. Richardson5, J. Marquis5, R. Davies-Jones4, J. Wurman5, K. Kosiba5, P. Robinson5, E. Rasmussen5, D. Dowell1, 2012: The Pretornadic Phase of the Goshen County, Wyoming, Supercell of 5 June 2009 Intercepted by VORTEX2. Part II: Intensification of Low-Level Rotation. Mon. Wea. Rev., 140(9), 2916-2938,   Abstract

Markowski5, P., Y. Richardson5, J. Marquis5, J. Wurman5, K. Kosiba5, P. Robinson5, D. Dowell1, E. Rasmussen5, R. Davies-Jones5, 2012: The Pretornadic Phase of the Goshen County, Wyoming, Supercell of 5 June 2009 Intercepted by VORTEX2. Part I: Evolution of Kinematic and Surface Thermodynamic Fields. Mon. Wea. Rev., 140(9), 2887-2915,   Abstract

Marquis5, J., Y. Richardson5, P. Markowski5, D. Dowell1, J. Wurman5, 2012: Tornado Maintenance Investigated with High-Resolution Dual-Doppler and EnKF Analysis. Monthly Weather Review, 140(1), 3–27,   Abstract

Pagowski2, M., G. A. Grell1, 2012: Experiments with the Assimilation of Fine Aerosols using an Ensemble Kalman Filter. Journal of Geophysical Research, 117(D21),   Abstract

Solazzo5, E., R. Bianconi5, K. W. Appel5, M. D. Moran5, C. Hogrefe5, B. Bessagnet5, J. Brandt5, J. H. Christensen5, G. Grell3, et al., 2012: Evaluation of operational online-coupled regional air quality models over Europe and North America in the context of AQMEII phase 2. Part II: Particulate matter. Atmospheric Environment, 115, 421–441,   Abstract

Solazzo5, E., R. Bianconi5, G. Pirovano5, V. Matthias5, R. Vautard5, M. D. Moran5, K. W. Appel5, B. Bessagnet5, J. Brandt5, G. Grell1, et al., 2012: Operational model evaluation for particulate matter in Europe and North America in the context of AQMEII. Atmospheric Environment, 53(Special Issue), 75-92,   Abstract

Solazzo5, E., R. Bianconi5, R. Vautard5, K. W. Appel5, M. D. Moran5, C. Hogrefe5, B. Bessagnet5, J. Brandt5, J. H. Christensen5, G. Grell1, et al., 2012: Model evaluation and ensemble modelling of surface-level ozone in Europe and North America in the context of AQMEII. Atmospheric Environment, 53, 60-74,   Abstract

Tassone5, C., M. Tsidulko5, Y. Zhu5, L. Cucurull3, G. Manikin1, J. McQueen1, G. DiMego1, "An Assessment of a Real-Time Analysis and Its Impact on Dispersion Modeling." Air Pollution Modeling and its Application XXI. Springer Netherlands, 2012. 391-396.   Abstract

Toth1, Z., S. Albers2, Y. Xie1, 2012: Analysis of finescale weather phenomena. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc, 93(3), ES35-ES38,   Abstract

Webley5, P. W., M. Stuefer5, G. Grell1, S. Freitas5, M. Pavolonis5, 2012: Analyzing the Eyjafjallajokull 2010 eruption using satellite remote sensing, lidar and WRF-Chem dispersion and tracking model . Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 117(D20), 64-80.   Abstract

Wei1, M., M. F. De Pondeca1, Z. Toth1, D. Parrish1, 2012: Estimation and Calibration of Observation Impact Signals using the Lanczos method in NOAA/NCEP data assimilation system. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 19(5), 541-557,   Abstract

Wheatley5, D. M., D. J. Stensrud1, D. Dowell1, N. Yussouf5, 2012: Application of a WRF Mesoscale Data Assimilation System to Springtime Severe Weather Events 2007–09. Mon. Wea. Rev., 140(5), 1539–1557,   Abstract

White1, A. B., B. Coleman1, G. M. Carter1, I. Jankov2, et al., 2012: NOAA's Rapid Response to the Howard A. Hanson Dam Flood Risk Management Crisis. NOAA's Rapid Response to the Howard A. Hanson Dam Flood Risk Management Crisis, 93(2), 189–207,   Abstract

Wurman5, J., D. Dowell1, Y. Richardson5, P. Markowski5, E. Rasmussen5, D. Burgess5, L. Wicker1, H. B. Louis5, 2012: The Second Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes Experiment: VORTEX2. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 93(8), 1147-1170,   Abstract

Xie1, Y., A. E. MacDonald1, 2012: Selection of Momentum Variables for a Three-Dimensional Variational Analysis. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 163(3), 335-351 ,   Abstract

Zhang3, L., Q. B. Li5, L. T. Murray5, M. Luo5, H. Liu5, J. H. Jiang2, Y. Mao5, D. Chen5, M. Gao5, N. Livesey5, 2012: A tropospheric ozone maximum over the equatorial Southern Indian Ocean. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 12, 4279-4296,   Abstract

Zhang2, M., D-L. Zhang5, 2012: Subkilometer Simulation of a Torrential-Rain-Producing Mesoscale Convective System in East China. Part I: Model Verification and Convective Organization. Monthly Weather Review, 140(1), 184–201,   Abstract

Zhang5, Y., P. Karamchandani5, T. Glotfelty5, D. G. Streets5, G. Grell1, A. Nenes5, F. Yu5, R. Bennartz5, 2012: Development and initial application of the global-through-urban weather research and forecasting model with chemistry (GU-WRF/Chem). Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 117(D20), 1st article 1-14 pages,   Abstract


vanZanten5, M., B. Stevens5, L. Nuijens5, H. Jiang2, et al., 2011: Controls on precipitation and cloudiness in simulations of trade-wind cumulus as observed during RICO. Journal of Advances in Earth Modeling Systems, 3(2), 1-13,   Abstract

Adams5, D. K., R. M. Fernandes5, E. R. Kursinski5, J. M. Maia5, L. F. Sapucci5, L. A. Machado5, I. Vitorello5, J. F. Monico5, K. Holub1, S. I. Gutman1, 2011: A dense GNSS meteorological network for observing deep convection in the Amazon. Atmospheric Science Letters, 12(2), 207-212,   Abstract

Auligné5, T., A. Lorenc5, Y. Michel5, T. Montmerle5, A. Jones2, M. Hu3, J. Dudhia5, 2011: Toward a New Cloud Analysis and Prediction System. BAMS, 92(2), 207-210,   Abstract

Cimini5, D., E. Campos5, R. Ware3, S. Albers2, G. Giuliani, J. Oreamuno, P. Joe, S. E. Koch1, S. Cober, E. Westwater, 2011: Thermodynamic Atmospheric Profiling During the 2010 Winter Olympics Using Ground-Based Microwave Radiometry. Ieee Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 49(12), 4959-4969,   Abstract

De Pondeca4, M., G. Manikin1, G. DiMego1, S. G. Benjamin1, D. F. Parrish1, R. J. Purser4, W. S. Wu1, J. D. Horel, D. T. Myrick1, Y. Lin1, et al., 2011: The Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis at NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Prediction: Current Status and Development. Weather and Forecasting , 26(5), 593-612,   Abstract

Dowell1, D. C., L. J. Wicker5, C. Snyder5, 2011: Ensemble Kalman Filter Assimilation of Radar Observations of the 8 May 2003 Oklahoma City Supercell: Influences of Reflectivity Observations on Storm-Scale Analyses. Monthly Weather Review, 139(1), 272–294,   Abstract

Doyle4, J., S. Gabersek4, Q. Jiang4, L. Bernardet3, J. M. Brown1, A. Dornbrack, E. Filaus5, V. Grubisic5, D. Kirshbaum4, O. Knoth5, et al., 2011: An Intercomparison of T-REX Mountain-Wave Simulations and Implications for Mesoscale Predictability. Monthly Weather Review, 139(9), 2811-2831,   Abstract

Fast, J. D., W. I. Gustafson, E. G. Chapman, R. C. Easter, J. P. Rishel, R. A. Zaveri, G. A. Grell1, M. F. Barth5, 2011: The Aerosol Modeling Testbed: A community tool to objectively evaluate aerosol process modules. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 92(3), 343–360,   Abstract

Fischer5, E., D. Jaffe5, E. C. Weatherhead3, 2011: Free Tropospheric Peroxyacetyl Nitrate (PAN) and Ozone at Mount Bachelor: Causes of Variability and Timescale for Trend Detection. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics and Discussions, 11(12), 5641-5654,   Abstract

Freitas5, S. R., K. M. Longo5, M. F. Alonso5, M. Pirre5, V. Marecal5, G. A. Grell3, R. Stockler5, R. F. Mello5, M. Sanchez Gacita5, 2011: PREP-CHEM-SRC - 1.0: a preprocessor of trace gas and aerosol emission fields for regional and global atmospheric chemistry models. Geoscientific Model Development, 4(2), 419-433,   Abstract

Grell2, G. A., A. Baklanov5, 2011: Integrated modeling for forecasting weather and air quality: A call for fully coupled approaches. Atmospheric Environment, 45(38), 6845-6851,   Abstract

Grell1, G. A., J. Fast, W. I. Gustafson, S. E. Peckham3, S. A. McKeen3, M. Salzmann, S. Freitas, A. Baklanov, A. Mahura, R. Sokhi, "On-Line Chemistry within WRF: Description and Evaluation of a State-of-the-Art Multiscale Air Quality and Weather Prediction Model." Integrated Systems of Meso-Meteorological and Chemical Transport Models. Springer, 2011..   Abstract

Grell1, G. A., S. R. Freitas5, M. Stuefer5, J. Fast5, 2011: The Inclusion of Biomass Burning in WRF-Chem: Impact of Wildfires on Weather Forecasts. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 11(11), 5289 - 5303,   Abstract

Grell3, G. A., J. D. Fast5, W. I. Gustafson, S. E. Peckham3, S. A. McKeen3, M. Salzmann5, S. Freitas5, "On-Line Chemistry Within WRF: Description and Evaluation of a State-of-the-Art Multiscale Air Quality and Weather Prediction Model." Integrated Systems of Meso-Meteorological and Chemical Transport Models. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2011. 41-54.

Hamill, T. M., J. S. Whitaker1, D. T. Kleist1, M. Fiorino1, S. G. Benjamin1, 2011: Predictions of 2010's Tropical Cyclones Using the GFS and Ensemble-Based Data Assimilation Methods. Monthly Weather Review, 139(10), 3243-3247,   Abstract

Hamill1, T. M., T. S. Whitaker1, M. Fiorino1, S. G. Benjamin1, 2011: Global Ensemble Predictions of 2009’s Tropical Cyclones Initialized with an Ensemble Kalman Filter. Monthly Weather Review, 139(2), 668–688,   Abstract

Jankov2, I., L. Grasso2, M. Sengupta2, P. J. Neiman1, D. Zupanski2, M. Zupanski2, D. Lindsey2, D. Hillger2, D. L. Birkenheuer1, H. Yuan3, 2011: An Evaluation of Five WRF-ARW Microphysics Schemes Using Synthetic GOES Imagery for an Atmospheric River Event Affecting the California Coast. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 12(4), 618–633,   Abstract

MacDonald1, A. E., T. B. Henderson2, J. Middlecoff2, J. L. Lee1, 2011: A general method for modeling on irregular grids. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications , 25(4), 392-403,   Abstract

Mao5, Y., Q. B. Li5, L. Zhang3, Y. Chen5, J. T. Randerson5, D. Chen5, K. N. Liou5, 2011: Biomass burning contribution to black carbon in the western United States mountain ranges. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 11253-11266,   Abstract

Marquis1, M., S. Albers5, B. Weatherhead3, 2011: For Better Integration, Improve the Forecast. Solar Today, 25(7), 52.   Abstract

Marquis1, M., S. C. Albers2, E. C. Weatherhead3, 2011: For Better Integration, Improve the Forecast. Solar Today, 25(7), 52-56.   Abstract

Matsueda5, M., M. Kyouda5, Z. Toth1, H. L. Tanaka5, T. Tsyuyki5, 2011: Predictability of an Atmospheric Blocking Event that Occurred on 15 December 2005. Monthly Weather Review, 139(8), 2455-2470,   Abstract

Prabha5, T. B., G. Hoogenboom5, T. G. Smirnova3, 2011: Role of land surface parameterizations on modeling cold-pooling events and low-level jets. Atmospheric Research, 99(1), 147–161,   Abstract

Saide5, P. E., G. R. Carmichael5, S. N. Spak5, L. Gallardo5, A. E. Osses5, M. A. Mena-Carrasco5, M. Pagowski2, 2011: Forecasting urban PM10 and PM2.5 pollution episodes in very stable nocturnal conditions and complex terrain using WRFeChem CO tracer model. Atmospheric Environment, 45(16), 2769-2780,   Abstract

Seethala5, C., J. D. Fast1, S. D. Polade5, M. S. Reddy5, S. E. Peckham3, 2011: Evaluating WRF-Chem Multi-Scale Model in Simulating Aerosol Radiative Properties Over the Tropics - A Case Study Over India. Mapan-Journal of Metrology Society of India, 26(4), 269-284,   Abstract

Wang2, N., J. Lee1, 2011: Geometric Properties of the Icosahedral-Hexagonal Grid on the Two-Sphere. Siam Journal on Scientific Computing , 33(5), 2536-2559,   Abstract

Whiteman, D. N., K. C. Vermeesch, L. Oman, E. C. Weatherhead, 2011: The relative importance of random error and observation frequency in detecting trends in upper tropospheric water vapor. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116(D21),   Abstract

Xie1, Y., A. E. MacDonald1, 2011: Selection of Momentum Variables for a Three-Dimensional Variational Analysis. PURE AND APPLIED GEOPHYSICS, 169(3), 335-351,   Abstract

Xie1, Y., S. Koch1, J. McGinley1, S. Albers2, P. E. Bienringer5, M. Wolfson5, M. Chan5, 2011: A Space-Time Multiscale Analysis System: A Sequential Variational Analysis Approach. Monthly Weather Review, 139(4), 1224-1240,   Abstract

Zhang3, L., Q. B. Li5, J. Jin5, H. Liu5, N. Livesey5, J. H. Jiang2, Y. Mao5, D. Chen5, M. Luo5, Y. Chen5, 2011: Impacts of 2006 Indonesia fires and dynamics on tropical upper tropospheric carbon monoxide and ozone. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 11, 10929-10946,   Abstract

Zupanski5, D., M. Zupanski5, L. Grasso, R. Brummer, I. Jankov2, D. Lindsey1, M. Sengupta, M. DeMaria1, 2011: Assimilating synthetic GOES-R radiances in cloudy conditions using an ensemble-based method. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING, 32(24), 9637-9659,   Abstract


Aksoy5, A., D. C. Dowell1, C. Snyder5, 2010: A Multicase Comparative Assessment of the Ensemble Kalman Filter for Assimilation of Radar Observations. Part II: Short-Range Ensemble Forecasts. Monthly Weather Review, 138(4), 1273–1292,   Abstract

Angevine3, W. M., H. Jiang2, T. Mauritsen5, 2010: Performance of an eddy diffusivity – mass flux scheme for shallow cumulus boundary layers. Monthly Weather Review, 138(7), 2895–2912,   Abstract

Benjamin1, S. G., B. D. Jamison2, W. Moninger1, S. Sahm1, B. E. Schwartz1, T. W. Schlatter3, 2010: Relative short-range forecast impact from aircraft, profiler, radiosonde, VAD, GPS-PW, METAR and mesonet observations via the RUC hourly assimilation cycle. Monthly Weather Review, 138(4), 1319-1343,   Abstract

Bleck3, R., S. G. Benjamin1, J. L. Lee1, A. E. MacDonald1, 2010: On the Use of an Adaptive, Hybrid-Isentropic Vertical Coordinate in Global Atmospheric Modeling. Monthly Weather Review, 138(6), 2188-2210,   Abstract

Bougeault5, P., Z. Toth1, et al., 2010: The THORPEX Interactive Grand Global Ensemble (TIGGE). Bull. Amer. Met. Soc, 91(8), 1059-1072,   Abstract

Conte, D., M. Miglietta5, A. Moscatello5, S. C. Albers2, V. Levizzani5, 2010: A GIS approach to ingest Meteosat Second Generation data into the Local Analysis and Prediction System. Environmental Modelling and Software, 25(10), 1064–1074,   Abstract

Cucurull3, L., 2010: Improvement in the Use of an Operational Constellation of GPS Radio Occultation Receivers in Weather Forecasting. Weather and Forecasting , 25(2), 749–767,   Abstract

Demargne5, J., J. Brown1, Y. Liu5, D. J. Seo5, L. Wu5, Z. Toth1, Y. Zhu1, 2010: Diagnostic Verification of Hydrometeorological and Hydrologic Ensemble. Atmospheric Science Letter, 11(2), 114-122,   Abstract

Djalalova3, I., J. M. Wilczak1, S. A. McKeen3, G. A. Grell3, S. E. Peckham3, M. Pagowski2, L. DelleMonache5, J. McQueen1, Y. Tang5, P. Lee, et al., 2010: Ensemble and bias-correction techniques for air quality model forecasts of surface O3 and PM2.5 during the TEXAQS-II experiment of 2006. Atmospheric Environment, 44(4), 455 - 467,   Abstract

Freitas5, S. R., K. M. Longo5, M. F. Alonso5, M. Pirre5, V. Marecal5, G. Grell3, R. Stockler5, R. F. Mello5, M. S. Gacita5, 2010: A pre-processor of trace gases and aerosols emission fields for regional and global atmospheric chemistry models. Geoscientific Model Development, 3(2), 855-888,   Abstract

Grell3, G. A., S. R. Freitas5, M. Stuefer5, J. Fast1, 2010: Inclusion of Biomass Burning in WRF-Chem: Impact of Wildfires on Weather Forecasts. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10(12), 30613-30650,   Abstract

James3, E. P., R. H. Johnson5, 2010: A climatology of midlatitude mesoscale convective vortices in the Rapid Update Cycle. Monthly Weather Review, 138(5), 1940-1956,   Abstract

James3, E. P., R. H. Johnson5, 2010: Patterns of precipitation and mesolow evolution in midlatitude mesoscale convective vortices. Monthly Weather Review, 138(3), 909-931,   Abstract

Jiang2, H., G. Feingold1, A. Sorooshian5, 2010: Effect of aerosol on the susceptibility and efficiency of precipitation in trade cumulus clouds. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 67(11), 3525–3540,   Abstract

Le Marshall 5, J., Y. Xiao5, R. Norman5, K. Zhang5, A. Rea5, L. Cucurull3, R. Seecamp5, P. Steinle5, K. Puri, T. Le5, 2010: The beneficial impact of radio occultation observations on Australian region forecasts. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal 2010 Papers, 60(2), 121-125.   Abstract

Lee1, J. L., R. Bleck3, A. E. MacDonald1, 2010: A Multistep Flux-Corrected Transport Scheme. Journal of Computational Physics, 229(24), 9284–9298,   Abstract

Li5, W., Y. Xie1, S. Deng5, Q. Wang5, 2010: Application of the multi-grid method to the 2-Dimensional Doppler Radar Radial Velocity Data Assimilation. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 27(2), 319–332,   Abstract

Lu2, C., H. Yuan3, E. I. Tollerud1, N. Wang2, 2010: Scale-dependent uncertainties in the global QPF and QPE from NWP model and satellite fields. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 11(1), 139–155,   Abstract

MacDonald1, A. E., T. B. Henderson2, J. Middlecoff2, J. L. Lee1, 2010: A general method for modeling on irregular grids. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, 25(4), 392-403,   Abstract

Majumdar5, S. J., K. J. Sellwood5, D. Hodyss5, Z. Toth1, Y. Song, 2010: Characteristics of target areas selected by the Ensemble Transform Kalman Filter for medium-range forecasts of high-impact winter weather. Monthly Weather Review, 138(7), 2803-2824,   Abstract

Masutani, M., T. W. Schlatter3, R. M. Errico, A. Stoffelen, E. Andersson, W. Lahoz, J. S. Woollen, G. D. Emmit, L. P. Riishojgaard, S. J. Lord, "Observing System Simulation Experiments. A chapter in Data Assimilation. Making Sense of Observations." Data Assimilation. Making Sense of Observations. Springer Verlag, 2010..

McCaslin1, P., T. Nakazawa5, R. Swinbank5, Z. Toth1, 2010: Improving cyclone warning case study:Philippines. WMO Bulletin (Phillipines), 59(2), 79-81.

Moelders5, N., S. E. Porter5, C. F. Cahill5, G. A. Grell3, 2010: Influence of ship emissions on air quality and input of contaminants in southern Alaska National Parks and Wilderness Areas during the 2006 tourist season. Atmospheric Environment, 44(11), 1400-1413,   Abstract

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