24th Conference on Severe Local Storms

Poster Session 12

 Severe Weather Climatology Posters
 P12.1Identification of Subtle Factors that Result in the Development of Persistent Severe Storms near Upper Level Ridges  
Kenneth R. Widelski, NOAA/NWS, Lubbock, TX ; and T. T. Lindley
 P12.2Regional variablity of CAPE and deep shear from reanalysis  
Victor Gensini, National Weather Center REU Program, Dekalb, IL
 P12.3Research Progress of Disastrous Weather and PoSCWF in China  
Bing Zhou, FSL/NMC/CMA, Beijing, China
 P12.4 moved. New paper number 9A.4A  
 P12.5Characteristics of eastern Australian-western Tasman Sea enhanced-Vs and their connection to severe weather  extended abstract
Geoffrey Feren, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
 P12.6A radar based climatology of thunderstorms in the Great Plains: Approach and preliminary results  extended abstract
Alexander R. Gibbs, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE; and A. L. Houston and J. Lahowetz
 P12.7A synoptic climatology of high impact events in the county warning area of the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Charleston, South Carolina  extended abstract
Frank Alsheimer, NOAA/NWSFO, North Charleston, SC; and J. Jelsema, B. L. Lindner, J. Johnson, D. Timmons, and T. Rolfson
 P12.8Synoptic environments associated with tornadoes in northern Arizona  extended abstract
David O. Blanchard, NOAA/NWS, Flagstaff, AZ
 P12.9Observational study on the pre-monsoon rain over Bangladesh  extended abstract
Masashi Kiguchi, IIS, Univ. of Tokyo, Japan, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan; and Y. Yamane, N. Eguchi, T. Hayashi, and T. Oki
 P12.10The utility of severe weather parameters in the discrimination of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks when analyzing reanalysis data: Emphasis on support vector machines  
Chad M. Shafer, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK ; and A. E. Mercer, C. A. Doswell, M. B. Richman, and L. M. Leslie
 P12.11Composite analysis of severe weather outbreaks  
Andrew E. Mercer, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and C. M. Shafer, C. A. Doswell, L. M. Leslie, and M. B. Richman
 P12.12Statistical Analysis on Severe Convective Weather combining satellite, conventional observation and NCEP data  extended abstract
Yaping Zhu, Institute of Aviation Meteorology, Beijing, , China; and J. Liu, Z. Cheng, and Y. Li
 P12.13Assessing the impact of proximity sounding criteria on the climatological significant tornado environment  extended abstract
Corey K. Potvin, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and K. L. Elmore and S. J. Weiss
 P12.14A Sounding-Derived Climatology of Significant Tornado Events in the Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina County Warning Area (1948-2006)  extended abstract
Justin D. Lane, NOAA/NWSFO, Greer, SC
 P12.15Sounding-derived Parameters Associated with Thunderstorm during Summer Period over South Korea  extended abstract
Hyo-Sik Eom, Dept. of Atmospheric Science, Kongju Nat'l Univ., Kongju, , South Korea; and M. S. Suh
P12.16Toward attribution of interannual variations in tornado frequency to regional atmospheric circulations  
Robert J. Trapp, Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, IN ; and R. Fleagle
 P12.17Statistical characteristics of storm tracks in North Dakota  
Victoria Le, Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, London, ON , Canada; and J. Braun and C. Miller
 P12.18Synoptic-scale flow patterns associated with high lapse rates over North America  
Jason M. Cordeira, Univ. of Albany/SUNY, Albany, NY; and T. J. Galarneau and L. F. Bosart

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

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