Selected Informal Publications

with Chuck Doswell among the authors


As time and resources permit, I will provide Web versions (or the URLs for Web versions) of informal publications with which I am associated.

Last update: 13 July 2000: added a paper from the 20th AMS Severe Local Storms Conference


Conference papers

  1. a now infamous poster presentation at the 1996 18th AMS Severe Local Storms Conf.: Paper P5.8: "Case analysis of a historic killer tornado in Kansas on 10 June 1938," pp. 471-473.
  2. from the 1996 15th AMS Conf. on Weather Analysis and Forecasting : Paper 3.1: "Multispectral GOES-8 and NOAA/AVHRR observations of Great Plains storms," pp. 28-31.
  3. also from the 1996 15th AMS Conf. on Weather Analysis and Forecasting : Paper P4.2: "Verification of VORTEX-94 forecasts," pp. 387-390.
  4. from the 1993 AMS Symposium on Flash Floods : Paper J1.12: "A review of student performance on pretests given at the Flash Flood Forecasting Course." pp. 403-410.
  5. from the 1986 11th AMS Conf. on Weather Analysis and Forecasting : Paper 6.2: "The role of diagnosis in weather forecasting," pp. 177-182.
  6. from the 1995 14th AMS Conf. on Weather Analysis and Forecasting : Paper P1.3: "Detailed observations of complex dryline structure in Oklahoma on 14 April 1994," pp. 62-67.
  7. from the 1996 18th AMS Severe Local Storms Conf. : Panel Discussion Position Paper: "What is a supercell?," p. 641.
  8. from the 1996 15th AMS Conf. on Weather Analysis and Forecasting : Paper 18.3: "The future of weather forecasting: The eras of revolution and reconstruction," pp. 523-526.
  9. From the 1995 14th AMS Conf. on Wea. Analysis and Forecasting : Paper 2.2: "Forecasting issues and implications from the VORTEX-94 project," pp. 23-28.
  10. From the 1996 18th AMS Severe Local Storms Conf.: Paper 2.1: "Preliminary analysis of VORTEX-95 soundings," pp. 133-136
  11. From the 1996 18th AMS Severe Local Storms Conf.: Paper 2.8: "Logistical support for VORTEX-95 forecasting and data archival," pp. 161-164.
  12. From the 1996 18th AMS Severe Local Storms Conf.: Paper 7.4: " Application of short-range NWP model ensembles to severe storm forecasting," pp. 372-375.
  13. From the 1998 19th AMS Severe Local Storms Conf.: Paper P1.5. "A demonstration of vortex configurations in an inexpensive tornado simulator," pp. 85-88.
  14. From the 1993 17th AMS Severe Local Storms Conf.: Paper 4.6. "Extreme high winds in high-precipitation supercells," pp. 173-177.
  15. From the 1998 14th AMS Conf. on Hydrology: Paper 2A.7. "Seeing supercells as heavy rain producers, " 73-76.
  16. From the 1999 29th AMS Radar Meteor. Conf. Paper P 2.27. "On the objective analysis of weather radar data," pp. 248-251.
  17. From the 1998 Sigma Xi Forum, a Panel Discussion. "Severe Weather: Hazards and Impacts," pp. 159-166.
  18. From the 2000 2nd AMS Conf. on Environmental Applications, Paper 9.4. "Climatological risk of strong and violent tornadoes in the United States," pp. 212-219.
  19. A collection of papers from the 5th Australian Severe Thunderstorm Conference:
    1. The Keynote Paper: Severe Thunderstorm Warning Services: Responsibilities to the Public
    2. A diatribe about indices: On Convective Indices and Sounding Classification
    3. A speculative look at the future: Science, Numerical Models, and Forecasting: An Overview Pertinent to Convection
    4. A diatribe about verification: Verification of Forecasts of Convection: Uses, Abuses, and Requirements
    5. Some early VORTEX results, co-authored with Erik Rasmussen: VORTEX: Preliminary Findings and Implications
    6. A look at ensembles with regard to convection: Short-Range Ensemble Forecasting: Concepts for Application to Severe Thunderstorms
  20. From the 2000 AMS-sponsored T.T. Fujita Symposium on the Mystery of Severe Storms, Paper P1.3, "On the Importance of Post-Event Surveys in Assessing Tornado Occurrences." There was no printed volume of papers, so this presentation has been derived from the file used to create the poster.
  21. From the 2000 20th AMS Conf. on Severe Local Storms: Paper 16.4, "Shear parameter thresholds for forecasting California tornadic thunderstorms", pp. 522-525..
  22. From the 1996 18th AMS Conf. on Severe Local Storms: Paper 2.1, "Preliminary analysis of soundings from VORTEX-95." pp. 133-136.

Other Informal Publications

  1. From the 1993 Barcelona Workshop on Natural Hazards: a paper on windstorms.
  2. From the 1993 Barcelona Workshop on Natural Hazards: a paper on rainstorms.
  3. From a 1997 Barcelona conference sponsored by the Catalan Meteorological Society: a paper on severe storms.
  4. From that same paper, the severe storms presentation viewgraphs.
  5. From a 1997 Barcelona conference sponsored by the Catalan Meteorological Society: a paper on flash flood forecasting.
  6. From that same paper, the flash flood forecasting presentation viewgraphs.
  7. A Handbook on Visual Identification of Microbursts.
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