25th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology

Poster Session 1

 Tropical Cyclones, Large-scale Dynamics and Convection
P1.1Regional damage assessment of U.S. landfalling tropical cyclones with a focus on North Carolina  
Douglas C. Hilderbrand, North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC; and L. Xie and L. J. Pietrafesa
 P1.2Re-Analysis of the Chesapeake-Potomac Hurricane of August 22–23, 1933  
Hugh D. Cobb III, NOAA/NWS/TPC, Miami, FL
 P1.3Paper moved to Session 8A, new paper number 8A.1A  
 P1.3ASurface observations of landfalling hurricanes along the United States Gulf and Atlantic coastline (Formerly Paper 8A.1)  
Gary D. Skwira, Texas Tech Univ., Lubbock, TX; and R. E. Peterson, D. A. Smith, C. -. B. Chang, and A. L. Doggett
 P1.4Anomalous Intensification of the Remnants Tropical Storm Allison over land  
Kwan-yin Kong, City College of New York, New York, NY
 P1.5Inland secondary rainfall maxima patterns associated with tropical cyclones affecting North Carolina  
Joel W. Cline, NOAA/NWS, Raleigh, NC
 P1.6A Coastal Internal Boundary Layer within a Tropical Cyclone  extended abstract
J. Rob Howard, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX; and J. L. Schroeder
 P1.7Inland tropical cyclone wind forecasts for peninsular Florida  
Scott M. Spratt, NOAA/NWS, Melbourne, FL; and R. F. Morales
 P1.8Orographic Influences on Rainfall and Track Associated with the Passage of Tropical Cyclones  extended abstract
Yuh-Lang Lin, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; and D. B. Ensley, S. Chiao, C. M. Hill, and C. Y. Huang
 P1.9Aspects of the Tropical Cyclone Program of NOAA/NESDIS  extended abstract
Michael A. Turk, NOAA/NESDIS, Washington, DC; and S. J. Kusselson
 P1.10Paper Moved to Session 17C, New Paper Number 17C.5A  
P1.11Typhoon track prediction using a barotropic global-DFS-spectral model  
Hyeong Bin Cheong, Pukyong National University, Pusan, Korea; and M. K. Kang, T. Y. Goo, M. J. Lee, and I. H. Kwon
 P1.12The Impact of Dropsonde Data on Forecasts of Hurricane Debby by the Met Office Global Model  
Julian T. Heming, Met Office, Bracknell, Berks., United Kingdom; and X. Qu
 P1.13How the NCEP tropical cyclone tracker works  extended abstract
Timothy P. Marchok, SAIC at NCEP/GFDL, Princeton, NJ
 P1.14Tropical Cyclone Intensity and Quantitative Precipitation Forecasting  
Shuyi S. Chen, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and M. Lonfat, J. E. Tenerelli, R. F. Rogers, and F. M. Horsfall
 P1.15Modeliong Track Deflection For Tropical Cyclones Passing Over a Mesoscale Mountain and its Potential Application to Track Prediction  extended abstract
Yuh-Lang Lin, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; and N. C. Witcraft and S. Y. Chen
 P1.16The application and use of UW-CIMSS specialized satellite products in Tropical analysis  
Jamie R. Rhome, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/TPC, Miami, FL; and C. S. Velden
 P1.17An Evaluation of CIMSS and CIRA AMSU Tropical Cyclone Intensity Estimation Algorithms  
Julie Demuth, Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO; and M. DeMaria, J. A. Knaff, C. Velden, and K. F. Brueske
 P1.18UW-CIMSS Satellite Products: Recent Research and Developments  extended abstract
Christopher S. Velden, CIMSS/Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
 P1.19Paper Moved to Session 2D, New Paper Number 2D.1A  
P1.19ASteering dynamics of hurricanes based on satellite-derived far field winds (Formerly Paper Number 2D.1)  
Flavio Noca, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and C. Velden
 P1.20Operational uses of satellite products at La Réunion  extended abstract
Anne-Claire Fontan, La Reunion Tropical Cyclone Center, Meteo-France, La Reunion, France
 P1.21Microwave satellite retrievals for tropical cyclone forecasting and research  
Chelle L. Gentemann, Remote Sensing Systems, Santa Rosa, CA; and D. K. Smith and F. J. Wentz
 P1.22The enhanced role of the polar orbiter constellation in tropical system monitoring in the wake of a geostationary platform failure  extended abstract
Steven D. Miller, NRL, Monterey, CA; and F. J. Turk, T. F. Lee, K. Richardson, and J. D. Hawkins
 P1.23Single-Doppler Radar Estimation of Hurricane and Environmental Winds in the Lower Troposphere  extended abstract
Paul R. Harasti, NCAR, Boulder, CO
 P1.24Examining the Eight-Day Evolution of Upper Level Winds in Hurricane Floyd  extended abstract
John A. Knaff, NOAA/CIRA/Colorado State Univ., Fort Collins, CO; and C. S. Velden
 P1.25Additional Insights into Hurricane Gust Factors  extended abstract
John L. Schroeder, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX; and M. R. Conder and J. R. Howard
 P1.26Operational use of QuikSCAT over tropical cyclones  extended abstract
Roger T. Edson, Anteon Corporation, Univ. of Guam, Mangiliao, Guam; and M. A. Lander, C. E. Cantrell, J. L. Franklin, P. S. Chang, and J. D. Hawkins
 P1.27Simulations of Hurricane Erin (2001) with MM5: sensitivity to microphysics  
Greg M. McFarquhar, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and J. Dudhia and H. Zhang
 P1.28A Cyclone phase space Derived from Thermal wind and thermal asymmetry  extended abstract
Robert Hart, Penn State University, University Park, PA
 P1.29Case Study of an Australian Subtropical Cyclone from March 2001  extended abstract
Paul J. McCrone, Air Force Weather Agency, Offutt AFB, NE
P1.30Limitation of tropical cyclone intensification by vertical shear induced structure changes  
Craig M. Orndorff, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and Y. Wang and B. Wang
 P1.31From Asymmetric Heating to Axisymmetric Intensification  extended abstract
David S. Nolan, Princeton University, NOAA/GFDL, Princeton, NJ; and M. T. Montgomery
 P1.32Western North Pacific "Tropical Cyclogenesis" in an AGCM   extended abstract
Suzana J. Camargo, International Research Institute for Climate Prediction, Palisades, NY; and A. H. Sobel
 P1.33The interaction of a tropical-cyclone-like vortex and a front in a barotropic model  extended abstract
Martin Juckes, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom; and S. C. Jones
 P1.34Sensitivities of modeled tropical cyclones to surface friction and the Corolis Parameter  extended abstract
Winston C. Chao, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and B. Chen and W. K. Tao
 P1.35Use of a one-dimensional ocean mixed-layer model for coupled tropical cyclone simulations  extended abstract
Clark Rowley, NRL, Stennis Space Center, MS
 P1.36A grid sensitivity study for vertical sigma levels in idealized hurricane simulations  extended abstract
F. Carroll Dougherty, Univ. of South Alabama, Mobile, AL; and J. Hayes and S. K. Kimball
 P1.37Precipitation structures observed in CAMEX hurricanes  extended abstract
Daniel J. Cecil, University of Alabama, Huntsville, AL; and G. M. Heymsfield, F. J. LaFontaine, M. G. Bateman, E. J. Zipser, and F. D. Marks
 P1.38In situ measurements of particle size distributions in Hurricane Humberto  
Aaron R. Bansemer, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and A. J. Heymsfield and P. T. Willis
 P1.39Diagnosing tropical cyclones and deep convection using upper tropospheric inertial stability and cloud-motion wind vectors  extended abstract
John R. Mecikalski, CIMSS/Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and C. S. Velden
 P1.40Supersaturation in tropical storms measured during CAMEX-3 and CAMEX-4  
Robert L. Herman, JPL, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA; and A. J. Heymsfield, L. Pfister, T. P. Bui, and J. Dean-Day
 P1.41The relationship of tropical cyclone convective intensity to passive microwave observations  
Robbie E. Hood, NASA/MSFC, Huntsville, AL; and F. J. LaFontaine, D. J. Cecil, A. Guillory, G. M. Heymsfield, and R. Blakeslee
 P1.42A mesoscale climate model for the tropics  extended abstract
Edward K. Vizy, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY; and B. N. Belcher and K. H. Cook
 P1.43A fifty year history of subtropical cyclones  extended abstract
David M. Roth, Hydrometeorological Prediction Center, Camp Springs, MD
 P1.44A climatology of intense tropical cyclones in the south-west Indian Ocean  
Karl Hoarau, Cergy-Pontoise University, Cergy-Pontoise, France; and R. Robert and J. P. Hoarau
 P1.45Spectral retrieval of latent heating profiles From TRMM PR data: Algorithm development with a cloud-resolving model  extended abstract
Shoichi Shige, National Space Development Agency of Japan, Tokyo, Japan; and Y. N. Takayabu, W. -. K. Tao, and D. E. Johnson
 P1.46A Climatology of Rapidly Intensifying Tropical Cyclones in the North Atlantic Basin, 1975-2000  
Chris C. Robbins, NOAA/AOML/NHC/TPC, Miami, FL; and S. R. Stewart
 P1.47The ENSO signal in tropical tropospheric temperature  extended abstract
Adam H. Sobel, Columbia University, New York, NY; and I. M. Held and C. S. Bretherton
 P1.48Stability of the relationship between regional rainfall in Africa and ENSO  extended abstract
Sylwia Trzaska, CNRS/Univ. de Bourgogne, Dijon, France; and N. Fauchereau, I. Poccard, P. Camberlin, Y. Richard, and N. Philippon
 P1.49Spring to summer contrasted transitions in the West African monsoon  extended abstract
Bernard Fontaine, CNRS/Univ. de Bourgogne, Dijon, France; and N. Philippon, S. Trzaska, C. Frelin, and P. Roucou
 P1.50Large-scale organization of tropical convection in two-dimensional explicit numerical simulations  extended abstract
Wojciech W. Grabowski, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and M. W. Moncrieff
 P1.51Paper moved to Session 15B, New Paper Number 15B.2A  
 P1.52Numerical study of a sahelian synoptic weather system: Initiation and Mature stage of Convection and its interactions with the large scale dynamics  extended abstract
Aida Diongue, CNRM, Toulouse, paris, United Kingdom; and J. P. Lafore, J. L. Redelsperger, and R. Roca
 P1.53Impact of greenhouse warming on the variability of easterly waves, rainfall and convection over West Africa  extended abstract
Arona Diedhiou, LTHE/IRD, Grenoble, France; and J. F. Royer, I. Poccard, and T. Lebel
 P1.54Sensitivities of Cloud and Radiation to Changes in SST over the Tropical Eastern Pacific: Results from Cloud-Resolving Simulations  extended abstract
Donghai Wang, Hampton University, Hampton, VA; and E. Deckter, T. Wong, and B. A. Wielicki
 P1.55A General Theory of Monsoon Regulation in the Context of a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Land System  
Peter J. Webster, PAOS, Univ. Colorado, Boulder, CO; and G. Chirokova, W. Han, and J. Loschnigg
P1.56Mean water vapor fluxes over the Gulf of California from routine and special radiosonde data  
Michael W. Douglas, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and J. C. Leal
 P1.57Diagnosis and prediction of some extreme rain events over southeast Asia  extended abstract
Noel E. Davidson, BMRC, Melbourne, Vic., Australia; and E. A. Adug, W. A. W. Hassan, P. T. Nguyen, and M. R. Prabowo
 P1.58How much "skill" was there in forecasting the strong 1997-98 El Nino and 1998-2001 La Nina events?  
Christopher W. Landsea, NOAA/AOML/HRD, Miami, FL; and J. A. Knaff
 P1.59An independent assessment of ENSO-CLIPER seasonal prediction skill 1987–2001  
Paul Rockett, University College London, Dorking, Surrey, United Kingdom; and M. A. Saunders
 P1.60On the correlation of boundary layer wind maximums and vertical velocities associated with an MM5 simulation of supertyphoon Herb (1996)  extended abstract
David B. Radell, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE; and C. -. C. Wu and C. -. B. Chang
 P1.61Seasonal prediction of sea surface temperature and trade wind anomalies over the tropical north Atlantic and Caribbean Sea  
Mark A. Saunders, University College London, London, United Kingdom; and P. Rockett
 P1.62Climatological study of the gulf stream's impact on tropical cyclone intensity  extended abstract
Robert J. Bright, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; and L. Xie and L. J. Pietrafesa
 P1.63Exploring the connection of extreme convective events and upper-ocean heat content in the tropical cyclone (Formerly Paper 17C.5)  extended abstract
Paula Ann Hennon, STG, Inc., Asheville, NC

Monday, 29 April 2002: 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

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