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Dr. David M. Schultz

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|EDUCATION| |AWARDS| |ORGANIZATIONS AND SERVICE| |PUBLICATIONS| |INFORMAL PUBLICATIONS| |PRESENTATIONS| |EXPERIENCE|

EDUCATION

Ph.D., May 1996: State University of New York at Albany, Dept. of Atmospheric Science.
Co-advisors: Profs. Lance Bosart and Dan Keyser

M.S., December 1990: University of Washington, Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences.
Advisor: Prof. Cliff Mass

B.S., June 1987: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Earth, Atmosphere and Planetary Science.


AWARDS

American Meteorological Society Editor's Award: Monthly Weather Review, January 2001: "for providing extremely thorough, timely, and constructive evaluations of a large number of manuscripts over a diverse range of topics, and for special assistance to the editors in evaluating controversial issues."

Yoshi Sasaki Award for Best M.S. Thesis Publication, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, 2004: Burke and Schultz (2004): "A 4-yr climatology of cold-season bow echoes over the continental United States"

First Annual CIMMS Outstanding Paper Award, 2005: Schultz and Trapp (2003): "Nonclassical cold-frontal structure caused by dry subcloud air in northern Utah during the Intermountain Precipitation Experiment (IPEX)"

NOAATech 2006 Best Presentation: Interactive Web Access to Historical Weather Data Archives. Willa Zhu, David Schultz, Kevin Kelleher, and Nancy Soreide


ORGANIZATIONS AND SERVICE

Adjunct Full Professor, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma: 2005-present.

Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma: 2003-2005.

Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma: 1999-2002.

Editor, Monthly Weather Review: 2004-present.

Associate Editor, Monthly Weather Review: 1999-2001.

Assistant Editor and Co-Founder, Electronic Journal of Severe Storms Meteorology: 2005-present.

National Weather Service Forecaster: 2002 Winter Olympic Games.

AMS Mesoscale Committee, 2002-2005.

AMS Weather Analysis and Forecasting Committee, 2005-present.

American Meteorological Society, 1985-present

Sigma Xi, 1997-present

International Commission on History, 2001-present


PUBLICATIONS

[AMS]=Web page maintained by the American Meteorological Society including abstract, and (for those who subscribe to the AMS Journals Online) full-text HTML and PDF files.
[PDF]=PDF document, readable by Adobe Acrobat Reader. Final published version of article.
[HTML]=Web page maintained by author. Not final or published version in most cases.

Schultz, D. M., and F. Zhang, 2006: Baroclinic development within zonally varying flows. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., submitted. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/schultz-zhang.pdf]

Stuart, N. A., D. M. Schultz, and G. Klein, 2006: Results from the Second Forum on the Future Role of the Human in the Forecast Process. Part II: Cognitive psychological aspects of expert weather forecasters. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., submitted. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/stuart_part2.pdf]

Barnes, L. R., E. C. Gruntfest, M, H. Hayden, D. M. Schultz, and C. Benight, 2006: False alarms and close calls: A conceptual model of warning accuracy. Wea. Forecasting, submitted. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/barnesetal.pdf]

Schultz, D. M., K. Seitter, L. Bosart, C. Gorski, and C. Iovinella, 2006: Factors affecting the increasing costs of AMS Conferences. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., submitted. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/Schultzetal-AMSConfCosts.pdf] [PDF]

Hanna, J. W., D. M. Schultz, and A. R. Irving, 2006: Cloud-top temperatures for precipitating winter clouds. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., submitted. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/hannaetal.pdf] [PDF]

Horgan, K. L., D. M. Schultz, J. E. Hales, S. F. Corfidi, and R. H. Johns, 2006: A five-year climatology of elevated severe convective storms in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains. Wea. Forecasting, submitted. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/horganetal.pdf] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., and P. J. Roebber, 2007: The 50th anniversary of Sanders (1955): A mesoscale-model simulation of the cold front of 17-18 April 1953. The Fred Sanders Symposium Volume, Meteor. Monogr., Amer. Meteor. Soc., in press. (Accepted 7/20/05)[PDF]

Schultz, D. M., 2007: Perspectives on Fred Sanders's research on cold fronts. The Fred Sanders Symposium Volume, Meteor. Monogr., Amer. Meteor. Soc., in press. (Accepted 12/2/04) [PDF, text only; no figures]

Schultz, D. M., and R. M. Friedman, 2007: Tor Harold Percival Bergeron. New Dictionary of Scientific Biography, N. Koertge, Ed., Charles Scribner's Sons, in press, to appear December 2007. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/TorBergeron.pdf [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., and J. A. Knox, 2006: Banded convection caused by frontogenesis in a conditionally, symmetrically, and inertially unstable environment. Mon. Wea. Rev., in press. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/schultzknox.pdf] [PDF]

Verbout, S. M., D. M. Schultz, L. M. Leslie, H. E. Brooks, D. Karoly, and K. Elmore, 2006: Tornado outbreaks associated with landfalling hurricanes in the North Atlantic basin: 1954-2004. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., in press. [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., C. C. Weiss, and P. M. Hoffman, 2006: The synoptic regulation of dryline intensity. Mon. Wea. Rev., in press. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/dryline.pdf] [PDF]

Zhu, W. H., D. M. Schultz, D. W. Kennedy, K. E. Kelleher, and N. N. Soreide, 2006: The National Severe Storms Laboratory Historical Weather Data Archives data management and web access system. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., in press, to be published December 2006. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/zhuetal.pdf] [PDF]

Marchand, R., N. Beagley, S. Thompson, T. P. Ackerman, and D. M. Schultz, 2006: A bootstrap technique for testing the relationship between local-scale radar observations of cloud occurrence and large-scale atmospheric fields. J. Atmos. Sci., 63, 2813-2830. [AMS]

Doswell, C. A. III, and D. M. Schultz, 2006: On the use of indices and parameters in forecasting severe storms. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 1(3), 1-22. [Available online at http://www.ejssm.org/ojs/index.php/ejssm/issue/view/3] [PDF]

Elmore, K. L., D. M. Schultz, and M. E. Baldwin, 2006: The behavior of synoptic-scale errors in the Eta model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 3355-3366. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., 2006: Comments on "Cloud-resolving model simulations of multiply-banded frontal clouds" by Pizzamei et al. (2005). Quart. J. Royal Meteor. Soc., in press. [Available online at http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/pizzameicomments.pdf] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., K. M. Kanak, J. M. Straka, R. J. Trapp, B. A. Gordon, D. S. Zrnic, G. H. Bryan, A. J. Durant, T. J. Garrett, P. M. Klein, and D. K. Lilly, 2006: The mysteries of mammatus clouds: Observations and formation mechanisms. J. Atmos. Sci., 63, 2409-2435. [AMS] [PDF]

Cohen, R. A., and D. M. Schultz, 2006: Reply. Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 2644. [AMS] [PDF]

Heinselman, P. L., and D. M. Schultz, 2006: Intraseasonal variability of summer storms over Arizona. Wea. Forecasting, 21, 559-578. [AMS] [PDF]

Sears-Collins, A. L., D. M. Schultz, and R. H. Johns, 2006: The spatial and temporal variability of drizzle in the United States and Canada. J. Climate, 19 3629-3639. [AMS] [PDF]

Verbout, S. M., H. E. Brooks, L. M. Leslie, and D. M. Schultz, 2006: Evolution of the U.S. tornado database: 1954-2004. Wea. Forecasting, 21, 86-93. [AMS] [PDF]

Ware, E. C., D. M. Schultz, H. E. Brooks, P. J. Roebber, and S. L. Bruening, 2006: Improving snowfall forecasting by accounting for the climatological variability of snow density. Wea. Forecasting, 21, 94-103. [AMS] [PDF]

Gochis, D., and Coauthors, 2005: Meeting summary of the UCAR/NCAR Junior Faculty Forum on Future Scientific Directions: The water cycle across scales working group. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 86, 1743-1746. [AMS] [PDF]

Elmore, K. L, M. E. Baldwin, and D. M. Schultz, 2006: Field significance revisited: Spatial bias errors in forecasts as applied to the Eta model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 519-531. [AMS] [PDF]

Van Den Broeke, M. S., D. M. Schultz, R. H. Johns, J. S. Evans, and J. E. Hales, 2005: Cloud-to-ground lightning production in strongly forced, low-instability convective lines associated with damaging wind. Wea. Forecasting, 20, 517-530. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., 2005: A review of cold fronts with prefrontal troughs and wind shifts. Mon. Wea. Rev., 133, 2449-2472. [AMS] [PDF]

Banacos, P. C., and D. M. Schultz, 2005: The use of moisture flux convergence in forecasting convective initiation: Historical and operational perspectives. Wea. Forecasting, 20, 351-366. [AMS] [PDF]

Cohen, R. A., and D. M. Schultz, 2005: Contraction rate and its relationship to frontogenesis, the Lyapunov exponent, fluid trapping, and airstream boundaries. Mon. Wea. Rev., 133, 1353-1369. [AMS] [PDF]

Brown, R. A., B. A. Flickinger, E. Forren, D. M. Schultz, D. Sirmans, P. L. Spencer, V. T. Wood, and C. L. Ziegler, 2005: Improved detection of severe storms using experimental high-resolution WSR-88D measurements. Wea. Forecasting, 20, 3-14. [AMS] [PDF]

Burke, P. C., and D. M. Schultz, 2004: A 4-yr climatology of cold-season bow echoes over the continental United States. Wea. Forecasting, 19, 1061-1074. (2004 Yoshi Sasaki Award for Best M.S. Thesis Publication, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma) [AMS] [HTML] [PDF]

Roebber, P. J., D. M. Schultz, B. A. Colle, and D. J. Stensrud, 2004: Toward improved prediction: High-resolution and ensemble modeling systems in operations. Wea. Forecasting, 19, 936-949. [AMS] [HTML] [PDF]

Metz, N. D., D. M. Schultz, and R. H. Johns, 2004: Extratropical cyclones with multiple warm-front-like baroclinic zones and their relationship to severe convective storms. Wea. Forecasting, 19, 907-916. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., 2004: Cold fronts with and without prefrontal wind shifts in the central United States. Mon. Wea. Rev., 132, 2040-2053. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., 2004: Historical research in the atmospheric sciences: The value of literature reviews, libraries, and librarians. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 85, 995-999. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., D. S. Arndt, D. J. Stensrud, and J. W. Hanna, 2004: Snowbands during the cold-air outbreak of 23 January 2003. Mon. Wea. Rev., 132, 827-842. [AMS] [PDF] [ANIMATIONS]

Schultz, D. M., and R. J. Trapp, 2003: Nonclassical cold-frontal structure caused by dry subcloud air in northern Utah during the Intermountain Precipitation Experiment (IPEX). Mon. Wea. Rev., 131, 2222-2246. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML] (First Annual CIMMS Outstanding Paper Award, 2005)

Brooks, H., C. Doswell III, D. Dowell, R. Holle, B. Johns, D. Jorgensen, D. Schultz, D. Stensrud, S. Weiss, L. Wicker, and D. Zaras, 2003: Severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. Handbook of Weather, Climate, and Water: Dynamics, Climate, Physical Meteorology, Weather Systems, and Measurements. T. D. Potter and B. R. Colman, Eds., Wiley-Interscience, 575-619.

Roebber, P. J., S. L. Bruening, D. M. Schultz, and J. V. Cortinas Jr., 2003: Improving snowfall forecasting by diagnosing snow density. Wea. Forecasting, 18, 264-287. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., and F. Sanders, 2002: Upper-level frontogenesis associated with the birth of mobile troughs in northwesterly flow. Mon. Wea. Rev., 130, 2593-2610. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Roebber, P. J., D. M. Schultz, and R. Romero, 2002: Synoptic regulation of the 3 May 1999 tornado outbreak. Wea. Forecasting, 17, 399-429. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., J. V. Cortinas Jr., and C. A. Doswell III, 2002: Comments on ``An operational ingredients-based methodology for forecasting midlatitude winter season precipitation.'' Wea. Forecasting, 17, 160-167. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., W. J. Steenburgh, R. J. Trapp, J. Horel, D. E. Kingsmill, L. B. Dunn, W. D. Rust, L. Cheng, A. Bansemer, J. Cox, J. Daugherty, D. P. Jorgensen, J. Meitin, L. Showell, B. F Smull, K. Tarp, and M. Trainor, 2002: Understanding Utah winter storms: The Intermountain Precipitation Experiment. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 83, 189-210. [AMS] [PDF] [PDF-extended online version] [HTML-extended version]

Godfrey, C. M., D. S. Wilks, and D. M. Schultz, 2002: Is the January Thaw a statistical phantom? Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 83, 53-62. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., 2001: Reexamining the cold conveyor belt. Mon. Wea. Rev., 129, 2205-2225. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Trapp, R. J., D. M. Schultz, A. V. Ryzhkov, and R. L. Holle, 2001: Multiscale structure and evolution of an Oklahoma winter precipition event. Mon. Wea. Rev., 129, 486-501. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., P. N. Schumacher, and C. A. Doswell III, 2000: The intricacies of instabilities. Mon. Wea. Rev., 128, 4143-4148. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., and C. A. Doswell III, 2000: Analyzing and forecasting Rocky Mountain lee cyclogenesis often associated with strong winds. Wea. Forecasting, 15, 152-173. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., 1999: Lake-effect snowstorms in northern Utah and western New York with and without lightning. Wea. Forecasting, 14, 1023-1031. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., and C. A. Doswell III, 1999: Conceptual models of upper-level frontogenesis in southwesterly and northwesterly flow. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 125, 2535-2562. [QJRMS] [HTML] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., and P. N. Schumacher, 1999: The use and misuse of conditional symmetric instability. Mon. Wea. Rev., 127, 2709-2732; Corrigendum, 128, 1573. [AMS] [Corrigendum] [PDF] [PDF of Corrigendum] [HTML]

Nielsen-Gammon, J. W., and D. M. Schultz, 1999: Comments on ``The intensification of the low-level jet during the development of mesoscale convective systems on a mei-yu front.'' Mon. Wea. Rev., 127, 2227-2231. [PDF] [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., and W. J. Steenburgh, 1999: The formation of a forward-tilting cold front with multiple cloud bands during Superstorm 1993. Mon. Wea. Rev., 127, 1108-1124. [AMS] [PDF] [HTML]

Gyakum, J. R., L. F. Bosart, and D. M. Schultz, 1999: The Tenth Cyclone Workshop.Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 80, 285-290. [Pictures from the Tenth Cyclone Workshop]

Steenburgh, W. J., Schultz, D. M., and B. A. Colle, 1998: The structure and evolution of gap outflow over the Gulf of Tehuantepec, Mexico. Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 2673-2691. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., D. Keyser, and L. F. Bosart, 1998: The effect of large-scale flow on low-level frontal structure and evolution in midlatitude cyclones. Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 1767-1791. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., 1998: Does it rain more often on weekends? Annals of Improbable Research, 4(2), 29. [HTML]

Schultz, D. M., W. E. Bracken, and L. F. Bosart, 1998: Planetary- and synoptic-scale signals associated with Central American cold surges. Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 5-27. [AMS] [PDF]

Dickinson, M. J., L. F. Bosart, W. E. Bracken, G. J. Hakim, D. M. Schultz, M. A. Bedrick, and K. R. Tyle, 1997: The March 1993 Superstorm cyclogenesis: Incipient phase synoptic- and convective-scale flow interaction and model performance. Mon. Wea. Rev., 125, 3041-3072. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., W. E. Bracken, L. F. Bosart, G. J. Hakim, M. A. Bedrick, M. J. Dickinson, and K. R. Tyle, 1997: The 1993 Superstorm cold surge: Frontal structure, gap flow, and tropical impact. Mon. Wea. Rev., 125, 5-39; Corrigenda, 125, 662. [AMS] [PDF]

Bosart, L. F., G. J. Hakim, K. R. Tyle, M. A. Bedrick, W. E. Bracken, M. J. Dickinson, and D. M. Schultz, 1996: Large-scale antecedant conditions associated with the 12-14 March 1993 cyclone ("Superstorm '93") over Eastern North America. Mon. Wea. Rev., 124, 1865-1891. [AMS] [PDF]

Schultz, D. M., 1996: ``Cyclones, Midlatitude'' and ``Occluded Fronts''. Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, S. H. Schneider, Ed., Oxford University Press, 226-231, 544-546.

Bleck, R., H. Bluestein, L. Bosart, W. E. Bracken, T. Carlson, J. Chapman, M. Dickinson, J. R. Gyakum, G. Hakim, E. Hoffman, H. Iskenderian, D. Keyser, G. Lackmann, W. Nuss, P. Roebber, F. Sanders, D. Schultz, K. Tyle, and P. Zwack, 1993: Eighth Cyclone Workshop scientific summary, Val Morin, Quebec, Canada, 12-16 October 1992. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 74, 1361-1373.

Schultz, D. M., and C. F. Mass, 1993. The occlusion process in a midlatitude cyclone over land. Mon. Wea. Rev., 121, 918-940. [AMS] [PDF]

Mass, C. F., and D. M. Schultz, 1993. The structure and evolution of a simulated midlatitude cyclone over land. Mon. Wea. Rev., 121, 889-917. [AMS] [PDF]

Mass, C. F., W. J. Steenburgh, and D. M. Schultz, 1991: The diurnal and semi-diurnal surface pressure signal across the conterminous United States. Mon. Wea. Rev., 119, 2814-2830. [AMS] [PDF]

Wilkens, R., Schultz, D., and Carlson, R., 1988: Relationship of resistivity, velocity, and porosity for basalts from downhole well-logging measurements in Hole 418A. Salisbury, M. H., Scott, J. H., et al., Eds., Proc. of the Ocean Drilling Project, Scientific Results, 102, 69-75.


INFORMAL PUBLICATIONS

This is not a complete list of my informal publications. This list of publications are those not superceded by later formal publications.

Horgan, K. L., D. M. Schultz, R. H. Johns, S. F. Corfidi, and J. E. Hales, 2006: A five-year climatology of elevated severe convective storms in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains. Severe Local Storms Special Symposium. Atlanta, GA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., P1.22. [Available from http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/horganetal2006.pdf.]

Verbout, S. M., L. M. Leslie, H. E. Brooks, D. Schultz, and D. Karoly, 2005: Tornado outbreaks associated with land-falling tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Basin. Preprints, Sixth Conference on Coastal Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction and Processes. San Diego, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., CD-ROM, 7.1. [Available from http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/verboutetal.pdf.]

Banacos, P. C., and D. M. Schultz, 2004: Moisture flux convergence: Its history and application in convective initiation forecasting. Preprints, 22nd Conference on Severe Local Storms, Hyannis, MA, CD-ROM, 11A.1. [Available from http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/mfc-slspreprint.pdf.]

Brown, R., B. Flickinger, E. Forren, D. Schultz, P. Spencer, V. Wood, and C. Ziegler, 2004: Experimental high-resolution WSR-88D measurements in severe storms. Preprints, 20th Conference on Interactive Information Processing Systems, Seattle, WA. [Available from http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/papers/brownetal04-IIPS.pdf.]

Sears-Collins, A. L., D. M. Schultz, and R. H. Johns, 2003: The temporal and spatial variability of drizzle in North America. Preprints, Symposium on Observing and Understanding the Variability of Water in Weather and Climate. Long Beach, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc. [Available from http://www.cimms.ou.edu/~schultz/drizzle/drizzleamspprint.pdf.]

Schultz, D. M., 2002: The challenges of accurate snowfall forecasts: Implications for observing strategies and future research efforts. Ninth Annual Workshop on Weather Prediction in the Intermountain West, 7 November 2002, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Schultz, D., P. Roebber, E. Ware, S. Bruening, and H. Brooks, 2003: The challenges of accurate snowfall density forecasts: Implications for observing strategies, snowfall predictions, and future research efforts. Symposium on Observing and Understanding the Variability of Water in Weather and Climate. Long Beach, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc. [AMS]

Elmore, K. L., M. E. Baldwin, and D. M. Schultz, 2002: Spatial bias errors in the operational NCEP Eta model. 15th Conf. on Numerical Weather Prediction, San Antonio, TX, 93-96.

Schrage, J. M., C. A. Clayson, D. M. Schultz, and R. J. Machtmes, 2002: Ocean model simulations of a gap wind event in the Gulf of Tehuantepec. 25th Conf. on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc. [PDF]

MacKeen, P. L., and D. M. Schultz, 2002: Summertime storm initiation and evolution in Central Arizona. 19th Conf. on Weather Analysis and Forecasting, San Antonio, TX, J33-J36.

Schultz, D. M., P. J. Roebber, B. A. Colle, and D. J. Stensrud, 2002: The risks and rewards of high-resolution and ensemble modeling systems. European Geophysical Society Meeting, Nice, France.

Schumacher, R. S., and D. M. Schultz, 2001: Upper-tropospheric inertial instability: Climatology and possible relationship to severe weather predictability. Preprints, Ninth Conference on Mesoscale Processes, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 372-375.

MacKeen, P. L., K. W. Howard, and D. M. Schultz, 2001: Initiation and evolution of summertime storms in Central Arizona. 30th International Conference on Radar Meteorology, Munich, Germany, 676-678. [AMS]

Cohen, R., and D. M. Schultz, 2000: The relationship between fronts and airstream boundaries. 11th Cyclone Workshop, 28 August 2000, Monterey, CA.

Connors, J., and D. Schultz, 2000: Damaging wind gusts during the 10 November 1998 squall line over the central US. Symposium on The Mystery of Severe Storms: A Tribute to the Work of T. Theodore Fujita. Long Beach, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc. [AMS]

Decker, S. G., Schultz, D. M., and C. A. Doswell III, 1998: Synoptic-scale signals associated with flash floods. 19th Conference on Severe Local Storms, 16-17 June 1998 Minneapolis, MN, Amer. Meteor. Soc.

Cohen, R. A., and D. M. Schultz, 1997: The effect of large-scale flow on airstreams and airstream boundaries in midlatitude cyclones. Tenth Cyclone Workshop, 21-26 September 1997, Val Morin, Quebec, Canada.

Schultz, D., L. Koppel, and E. Hoffman, 1994: Investigations of an upper-level frontal zone using the Wyoming King Air. 19th Annual Northeastern Storm Conference: 11-13 March 1994, Saratoga Springs, NY.

Beatty, J., D. Dooley, C. Ferguson, M. Hostetler, and D. Schultz, 1983: Acid mine drainage in a western PA stream. Journal of the Pennsylvania School for the Sciences, 1, 41-56.


ONLINE PRESENTATIONS

Schultz, Roebber, and Romero: Synoptic Regulation of the 3 May 1999 Oklahoma Tornado Outbreak. European Geophysical Society Meeting, Nice, France (22 April 2002).

Schultz: Winter-Weather Research at the National Severe Storms Laboratory. Operation Sierra Storm, Lake Tahoe, California, (11 January 2001).

Schultz, Steenburgh, Trapp, Kingsmill, Dunn, Horel 2000: Preliminary results from the Intermountain Precipitation Experiment. Seventh Annual Workshop on Weather Prediction in the Intermountain West, Salt Lake City, Utah, (3 November 2000).

Schultz, Steenburgh, Trapp, Kingsmill, and Dunn: Preliminary Results from the Intermountain Precipitation Experiment. Ninth Mountain Meteorology Conference, Aspen, CO, (10 August 2000).

Schultz: Winter Weather Research at NSSL. Operation Sierra Storm, Lake Tahoe, NV, (January 2000).

Schultz and Schumacher: The Use and Misuse of Conditional Symmetric Instability. COMET Webcast(August 1999).

Schultz: NSSL. University of Utah undergraduate MET class.

Schultz: Selected Topics on the Synoptic and Mesoscale Weather of the Western United States. SPC Winter Weather Training (27 August 1997).


EXPERIENCE

Division of Atmospheric Sciences, Department of Physical Sciences, University of Helsinki, and Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland: November 2006-October 2007.
Professor of Experimental Meteorology

Department of Meteorology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah: Fall 2002.
Sabbatical. Taught synoptic meteorology and map discussion classes.

Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies and National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, OK: August 1998-present.
Research Meteorologist

National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, OK: August 1996-August 1998.
National Research Council Postdoctoral Research Associate. Principal research effort directed towards understanding frontal/cyclone structure of the western United States.

SUNY Albany, Albany, NY: 1991-1995.
Teaching assistant: fall 1991 and spring 1992 for ATM 100 (Introduction to the Atmosphere). Instructor: summer 1993 and summer 1995 for ATM 100, fall 1992 and fall 1993 for ATM 400 (Synoptic Meteorology I).

WGY Radio 810, Schenectady, NY: 1992-Jan. 1994
Prepared taped and live weather forecasts.

Bellevue Community College, Bellevue, WA: Spring 1991
Instructor for Meteorology 101.

University of Washington, Seattle, WA: 1989-1991.
Teaching assistant: winter 1989 and spring 1991 for ATMS 101 (Introduction to the Atmosphere).

Student Athlete Services, Seattle, WA: March 1988-June 1991
Tutored student-athletes in atmospheric sciences, calculus, physics, geology, oceanography, and differential equations.

Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc., Cambridge, MA: Summer 1987
Participated in group research relating to modelling the longwave energy balance in the atmosphere and the parameters which affect this radiation. Modified climate programs in FORTRAN.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Feb. 1986-Aug. 1987
Earth Resources Laboratory: Research Student
Analysed computer well-log data from basalts and determined relationships between porosity, sonic wave velocity, and geologic structure.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Boston, MA: Summer 1986
Dept. of Environmental Quality Engineering, Div. of Solid and Hazardous Waste
Developed a policy for the environmentally safe disposal of dredged materials.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Nov. 1984-Oct. 1985
Dept. of Earth, Atmosphere, and Planetary Sciences: Lab Assistant
Prepared geologic samples from the Mediterranean for various geochemical analyses.

Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA: July-Aug. 1982
Selected to attend the Pennsylvania School for the Sciences and participated in group research on mine drainage chemistry.


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