24th Conference on Severe Local Storms

Poster Session 3

 Supercells and Tornadoes Posters
 P3.1An Analysis of a Prolific Tornado-producing Cyclic Supercell Thunderstorm in Nuckolls County Nebraska, May 24, 2004  extended abstract
John P. Monteverdi, San Francisco State Univ., San Francisco, CA; and E. Polito, M. Gough, R. Bethke, and T. Seddon
 P3.2The Rosita Valley, TX tornado  extended abstract
Timothy P. Marshall, Haag Engineering Co., Irving, TX; and L. Eblen
 P3.3The Parkersburg, IA tornado  extended abstract
Timothy P. Marshall, Haag Engineering Co., Irving, TX; and K. Jungbluth and A. Baca
 P3.4A skirted Rankine combined vortex model  extended abstract
Vincent T. Wood, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and L. W. White
 P3.5Impact of a Tornado's Low–Reflectivity Eye on Distorting the Associated Peak Doppler Velocity Measurements: A Simulation Study  extended abstract
Rodger A. Brown, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and V. T. Wood and D. C. Dowell
 P3.6An investigation of the significant tornado outbreak in southern South Carolina and northern coastal Georgia on March 15, 2008  extended abstract
Frank Alsheimer, NOAA/NWSFO, North Charleston, SC; and R. Bright, J. Jelsema, W. Moen, J. Quagliariello, and D. Berry
 P3.7A Tale of Two Supercells: The Randall County storms of 16-17 October 2007  extended abstract
Matthew R. Kramar, NOAA/NWSFO, Amarillo, TX; and J. K. Jordan
 P3.8Structural variability of miniature supercells in tropical cyclone rainbands  
Matthew D. Eastin, Univ. of North Carolina, Charlotte, NC
 P3.9Coordinated in-situ and remote sampling of supercell thunderstorms  
Christopher C. Weiss, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX ; and J. Wurman
 P3.10Diagnotic calculations of motions of vertical velocity and low-level vertical vorticity maxima in radar data and numerically simulated supercell thunderstorms  
Robin L. Tanamachi, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK ; and R. Davies-Jones, H. B. Bluestein, D. C. Dowell, and H. Cai
 P3.11TWISTEX 2008: In situ and mobile mesonet observations of tornadoes  extended abstract
Christopher D. Karstens, Iowa State University, Ames, IA; and T. M. Samaras, A. Laubach, B. D. Lee, C. A. Finley, W. A. Gallus, and F. L. Haan
 P3.12Dual-Doppler analyses of the 4 May, 2007 supercell that produced the Greensburg, KS tornado  
Jana Lesak Houser, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK ; and H. B. Bluestein, K. Hardwick, S. J. Frasier, and M. Umscheid
 P3.13Thermodynamic and kinematic analysis near and within the Tipton, KS tornado on May 29 during TWISTEX 2008  extended abstract
Bruce D. Lee, WindLogics Inc., Grand Rapids, MN; and C. A. Finley and T. M. Samaras
 P3.14Three strong tornadoes in 2008 associated with boundary intersections and narrow instability close to 700 mb “cold-core” lows  extended abstract
Jonathan M. Davies, Private Meteorologist, Trimble/Kansas City, MO
 P3.15The April 28, 2008 Southeast Virginia Historic Tornado Outbreak  extended abstract
Bryan Jackson, NOAA/NWS, Wakefield, VA ; and J. Billet
 P3.16A detailed radar and damage analysis of the nocturnal QLCS tornadoes that moved through Omaha, Nebraska on 8 June, 2008  
Daniel Nietfeld, NOAA/NWSFO, Valley, NE; and J. T. Martinelli and B. E. Mayes
 P3.17The development of multiple low-level mesocyclones within a supercell  extended abstract
Joshua M. Boustead, NOAA/NWS, Topeka, KS ; and P. N. Schumacher
 P3.18Mobile mesonet observations of an intense RFD and multiple RFD gust fronts in the May 23 Quinter, Kansas tornadic supercell during TWISTEX 2008  extended abstract
Catherine A. Finley, WindLogics Inc., Grand Rapids, MN; and B. D. Lee
 P3.19Evaluation of NWS Watch and Warning Performance Related to Tornadic Events  extended abstract
Kelly M. Keene, National Weather Center Research Experiences for Undergraduates, Norman, OK ; and P. T. Schlatter, J. E. Hales, and H. Brooks
 P3.20DOW observations of multiple vortex structure in several tornadoes  extended abstract
Joshua Wurman, Center for Severe Weather Research, Boulder, CO; and K. A. Kosiba
 P3.21A preliminary result of statistics for meso-vortex-signatures in Japan detected by MRI-MDA  
Osamu Suzuki, Meteorological Research Institute, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; and H. Yamauchi, M. Nakazato, and H. Inoue
 P3.22Analysis of the Stuttgart Arkansas tornado  
Boniface J. Mills, University of Louisiana at Monroe, Monroe, LA ; and D. Wheeler and D. Jones
 P3.23The Association of Cell Mergers with Tornado Occurrence  extended abstract
Jaret W. Rogers, NOAA/NWSFO Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ; and C. C. Weiss
 P3.24Analysis of atmospheric conditions associated with the Embry-Riddle tornado of Christmas Day 2006  extended abstract
John M. Lanicci, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Univ., Daytona Beach, FL
 P3.25Nocturnal tornadoes and low-level static stability  extended abstract
Amanda K. Kis, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK ; and J. M. Straka and K. M. Kanak

Monday, 27 October 2008: 3:00 PM-4:30 PM, Madison Ballroom

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