22nd Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting/18th Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction
    

Poster Session 1

 

Monday Poster Viewing

 P1.1On the col structure associated with winter traveling disturbances across the Caribbean and its effect over northern South America  
Gerardo de J. Montoya Gaviria, National University of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia
P1.2Preliminary study on the causes and decay of severe drought in a century in the Sichuan Basin, China  
Fujun Huang Sr., NOAA/AL, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
 P1.3Assessing the Regional Model ETA-15km and Wind Anomalies to Forecast Central Andes Winter Snowstorms  
Maximiliano Viale, Instituto Argentino de Nivologia, Glaciologia y Ciencias Ambientales (IANIGLA - CONICET), 5500 Mendoza, Mendoza, Argentina; and F. A. Norte
 P1.4VISITView as a briefing tool for high impact weather events  extended abstract
Jon W. Zeitler, NOAA/NWS, New Braunfels, TX; and M. Oliver, M. Fox, J. T. Bradshaw, and P. Kirkwood
 P1.5What's New in NWP Training at COMET?  extended abstract
William R. Bua, UCAR/COMET, Camp Springs, MD; and S. D. Jascourt and D. A. Wesley
 P1.6Defining the impact of weather  extended abstract
Patrick J. McCarthy, MSC, Winnipeg, MB, Canada
 P1.7Decision making by Austin, Texas, residents in hypothetical tornado scenarios  
David M. Schultz, University of Helsinki and Finnish Meteorological Institute, FI-00101, Helsinki, Finland; and E. Gruntfest, C. Benight, S. D. Drobot, L. R. Barnes, and M. H. Hayden
 Poster P1.8 has been moved. New Paper number 6A.1A  
 P1.9Questions about applications of the ageostrophic wind and quasi-geostrophic theory in education and forecasting  
Paul Nutter, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO
 Poster P1.10 has been moved. New Paper number 6A.3A  
 P1.11High impact gridded weather forecasts  extended abstract
Steven A. Amburn, NWS, Tulsa, OK; and S. F. Piltz, J. B. McGavock, and J. M. Frederick
 P1.12Employing weather derivatives to assess the economic value of high-impact weather forecasts out to ten days - indicating a commercial application  extended abstract
Harvey Stern, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Vic., Australia
 P1.13Weather and Radar Processor (WARP) Optimal Mosaic Evaluation  
Jeffrey A. Weinrich, Dimensions International, Linwood, NJ; and M. Printy
 P1.14Forecast Issues Related to the Unprecedented Severe and High Wind Event of December 1, 2006  extended abstract
Gregory A. DeVoir, NOAA/NWS, State College, PA; and R. H. Grumm
 P1.15A nocturnal cold season mountain wave heavy precipitation event over the lee slopes of the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming  extended abstract
Charles M. Baker, NOAA/NWSFO, Riverton, WY; and B. E. McDonald
 P1.16The Overton Marina Move A Benign Weather High Impact Event  extended abstract
Kim Runk, NOAA/NWSFO, Las Vegas, NV
 P1.17Investigating specific event types in the western U.S utilizing standardized anomalies  
Randy Graham, NOAA/NWS, Salt Lake City, UT; and R. Grumm
 P1.18Analysis of IC and CG Lightning with Winter Precipitation  extended abstract
Brian Pettegrew, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO; and P. S. Market, R. L. Holle, and N. W. S. Demetriades
 P1.19New Years Eve wind event 2005: Radar analysis and damage assessment of relationship to slantwise convective circulations embedded along bent-back front  
mel K. Nordquist, NOAA/NSSL, Eureka, CA; and B. Lutz, M. Burger, E. Lau, and C. Ciliberti (Presenter)
 P1.20An analysis of synoptic patterns associated with strong north Texas cold fronts during the 2005-06 cold season  extended abstract
Stacie Hanes, DOC/NOAA/NWS, Fort Worth, TX; and G. R. Patrick
 P1.21Analyzing low-level jets in their large-scale environment: Issues involving the combination of operational and research observations during IHOP  extended abstract
Edward I. Tollerud, NOAA/ESRL/GSD, Boulder, CO; and F. Caracena
 P1.22The 24 February 2007 North Texas dust storm: an impact weather event  extended abstract
Bernard N. Meisner, NWS Southern Region Headquarters, Fort Worth, TX; and J. A. Schultz
 P1.23Interactions between regional-scale circulations and local wind systems in the Owens Valley  
Gregory West, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and S. Adamson, J. Andrews, S. Daines, N. Hosenfeld, R. Jackson, J. James, L. Jones, C. Kahler, L. Kowal, J. Krebs, S. Noble, M. Olson, N. Opperman, D. Otto, P. Staten, K. Tietze, D. Van Cleave, K. Van Peursem, L. Verzella, C. Wall, K. Westerman, Y. Zhao, S. Zhong, C. D. Whiteman, and W. J. Steenburgh
 P1.24Great Basin frontogenesis  
Gregory West, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and W. J. Steenburgh and J. C. Shafer
 P1.25Frontal interaction with the Sierra Nevada as a precursor to intense frontogenesis over the Great Basin  
Colby Neuman, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and W. J. Steenburgh and G. L. West
 P1.26Microburst Events in a Mountain Desert Environment  
Elford G. Astling, West Desert Test Center, Salt Lake City, UT; and S. Krippner and K. Sutkevich
 P1.27Forecasting Minimum Temperatures for Dugway Proving Ground  
Carissa L. Klemmer, US Army Dugway Proving Ground, Dugway, UT
 P1.28Identification of side-door/back-door cold fronts for fire weather forecasting applications  
Joseph J. Charney, USDA Forest Service, East Lansing, MI; and R. P. Shadbolt and D. Keyser
 Poster P1.29 has been moved. New Paper number 3A.7A  
 P1.29AAssessing the predictability of band formation and evolution during three recent northeast U.S. snowstorms  extended abstract
David R. Novak, NOAA/NWS, Bohemia, NY; and B. A. Colle
 P1.30Mesoscale Elements of the December 14, 2006 West Palm Beach Flash Flood  extended abstract
Gordon Strassberg, NOAA/NWS, Miami, FL; and P. Santos
 P1.31Heat waves in a hot place: Examination of intense heat episodes in the Phoenix Arizona metropolitan area during July 2003-2005-2006  extended abstract
G. Douglas Green, NOAA/NWS, Phoenix, AZ
 P1.32The Real Time Mesoscale Analysis System. On-going system improvements and challenges  
Manuel De Pondeca, SAIC and NOAA/NWS/NCEP/EMC, Camp Springs, MD; and R. J. Purser, S. Y. Park, G. S. Manikin, D. F. Parrish, and G. DiMego
 P1.33Mesonet wind quality monitoring allowing assimilation in the RUC and other NCEP models  extended abstract
Stan Benjamin, NOAA/ESRL, Boulder, CO; and W. R. Moninger, S. R. Sahm, and T. L. Smith
 P1.34The NWS Southern Region grid preparation policy: making a difference  extended abstract
G. Clay Anderson, NOAA/NWS, New Braunfels, TX; and J. W. Zeitler
 P1.35Applications of the NWS' Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis (RTMA)  
Lee Anderson, NOAA/NWS, Silver Spring, MD; and B. Colman, G. DiMego, G. E. Mann, and J. D. Horel
 P1.36Evaluation of the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis (RTMA) over complex terrain  extended abstract
Chad Kahler, NOAA/NWS, Western Region, Scientific Services Division, Salt Lake City, UT; and D. Myrick
 P1.37Sensitivity of Surface Analyses to Temporal Observational Constraints  
Brian Olsen, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and J. Horel
 P1.38Evaluation of Real-Time High-Resolution Forecasts for Monterey Bay  
Hao Jin, SAIC, Monterey, CA; and J. D. Doyle and Q. Jiang
 P1.39Monitoring High Impact Weather Events Using MesoWest  
John D. Horel, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; and B. Olsen, J. Pechmann, and C. Galli
 P1.40Winter storm simulations using a local mesoscale model  extended abstract
Andrew R. Kimball, NOAA/NWSFO, Wakefield, VA; and J. A. Billet
 P1.41Improvement of LAPS wind analysis by including background error statistics  extended abstract
Ok-Yeon Kim, Pukyung National University, Busan, Korea; and C. Lu, S. Albers, J. A. McGinley, and J. H. Oh
 P1.42The Impact of High-Resolution Surface Observations on Convective Storm Analysis with Ensemble Kalman Filter  extended abstract
Jili Dong, CAPS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and M. Xue and K. Droegemeier
 P1.43Impact of abridged atmospheric data in mesoscale modeling  extended abstract
Christopher L. Franks, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD; and W. J. Capehart and M. R. Hjelmfelt
 P1.44The Issue of Data Density and Frequency with EnKF Radar Data Assimilation in a Compressible Nonhydrostatic NWP Model  extended abstract
Jidong Gao, CAPS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma; and M. Xue
 P1.45Demonstration of Navy's operational dust storm forecasting for Southwest Asia  
Ming Liu, NRL, Monterey, CA; and D. L. Westphal and A. L. Walker
 P1.46The value of Distributed Collaborative Adaptive Sensing (DCAS) for observing high impact weather: Preliminary results from CASA  
J. A. Brotzge, CAPS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and K. Hondl
 P1.47Sensitivity of short range numerical weather prediction to data availability during NAME  extended abstract
John R. Wetenkamp Jr., South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD; and W. J. Capehart and M. R. Hjelmfelt
 P1.48Asynoptic high resolution upper-air data for high impact weather events  extended abstract
Jon W. Zeitler, NOAA/NWS, New Braunfels, TX; and P. G. Witsaman, S. Foster, W. C. Hoffmann, and B. K. Fritz

Monday, 25 June 2007: 4:35 PM-6:30 PM, Summit C

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