David Schultz

Dr. David M. Schultz

Mesoscale Applications Group
Forecast Research and Development Division
National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL)
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
U.S. Department of Commerce

NOAA/National Severe Storms Laboratory
1313 Halley Circle
Norman, OK 73069

phone: (405) 366-0453
fax: (405) 366-0472

Contributor, Canoe & Kayak magazine

Links to more information about waterspouts (August 2001 issue)

Links to more information about the Ultraviolet (UV) Index (July 2002 issue)

Past Columns

Around Small Islands (March 2000)
Weather Information on the Water (March 2000)
Factors Affecting Sea State (May 2000)
Weather and Wave Size (May 2000)
Avoiding Lightning (July 2000)
Tracking Lightning Storms (July 2000)
Caught in a Flash Flood (August 2000)
Watches and Warnings (August 2000)
Mountain Breezes (October 2000)
Steam Fog (December 2000)
Web Sites (December 2000)
Tornado Safety (March 2001)
Forecasting (March 2001)
Storms and Draining Water (May 2001)
Advection (Sea) Fog (May 2001)
Sea Breezes (July 2001)
Waterspouts (August 2001)
Spotting Waterspouts (August 2001)
Red Sunsets and Sunrises (October 2001)
Radiation Fog (March 2002)
Ultraviolet Radiation (May 2002)
Blue Sky and Red Sun/The UV Index (July 2002)
Cumulus Clouds/Gust Fronts (August 2002)
Why Forecasts Go Wrong (October 2002)
Pineapple Express (December 2002)
Rain Shadows (March 2003)
Mountain Thunderstorms (May 2003)
Fire Danger (July 2003)
Wildfire Danger (August 2003)
What are Tides? (October 2003)
Precicting Tides (December 2003)
NOAA Radio Forecasts (March 2004)
NOAA Radio Forecasts (March 2004)
How Accurate are Weather Forecasts? (May 2004)
Lightning Strikes (July 2004)
Drought Casts Doubt (August 2004)
Mountain and Valley Breezes (October 2004)
Cold Fronts (December 2004)

Mountain Fork River, Oklahoma

All columns copyright Canoe & Kayak and David Schultz.

David Schultz david.schultz@noaa.gov
Last update: 23 November 2004

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