25th Conference on Severe Local Storms

Poster Session 2

 Severe Weather Climatology Posters
 P2.1Ranking and classifying severe weather outbreaks using multivariate indices  
Chad M. Shafer, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK ; and C. A. Doswell III
 P2.2On the use of kernel density estimation to identify severe weather events  
Chad M. Shafer, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK ; and C. A. Doswell III
 P2.3Trends in convection over the central United States  
Victor A. Gensini, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL; and J. M. Laflin
 P2.4Climatology of potentially severe convective environments from reanalysis  
Victor A. Gensini, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL; and W. S. Ashley
 P2.5Severe storm assessment using satellite data: Case studies from Iowa in 2009  
Kevin Gallo, NOAA/NESDIS, Sioux Falls, SD; and K. Jungbluth and P. N. Schumacher
 P2.6Synoptic composites of tornadic and non-tornadic severe weather outbreaks  
Andrew Edward Mercer, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS; and C. M. Shafer, C. A. Doswell III, M. B. Richman, and L. M. Leslie
 P2.7Convective modes associated with significant severe thunderstorms in the contiguous United States  extended abstract
Bryan T. Smith, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/SPC, Norman, OK; and R. L. Thompson, J. S. Grams, and C. Broyles
 P2.8Climatologies of convective flight environments for use in the development of a storm penetrating aircraft  
Shawn B. Honomichl, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD
 P2.9Do cities encourage warm-season thunderstorm formation and intensification?  extended abstract
Walker S. Ashley, Northern Illinois Univ., DeKalb, IL; and M. Bentley and T. Stallins
 P2.10Environmental conditions associated with nocturnal severe weather across the northern Plains  extended abstract
Joshua M. Boustead, NOAA/NWS, Valley, NE; and P. N. Schumacher
P2.11Verification of thunderstorm occurrence using the National Lightning Detection Network  
Kristen L. Corbosiero, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; and T. J. Galarneau Jr.
 P2.12Severe wind-driven hail events: dependence on convective morphology and larger-scale environment  extended abstract
William A. Gallus Jr., Iowa State University, Ames, IA; and N. D. Carletta, M. A. Fowle, and D. J. Miller
 P2.13The characteristics of gusty winds in winter season in Shonai Plane, Japan  
Kazuhiro Taniwaki, Meteorological Engineering Center, Inc., Osaka, Japan; and K. Sassa, T. Hayashi, Y. Hono, and K. Adachi
 P2.14Comparing Storm Data reports to National Weather Service severe storm watches and warnings  
Kiel L. Ortega, Univ. of Oklahoma/CIMMS and NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK ; and T. C. Meyer
 P2.15Simultaneous analysis of impacts of human abundance and quasi-cyclic climate conditions in tornado counts with hierarchical Bayesian models  
Christopher J. Anderson, Iowa State University, Ames, IA; and C. K. Wikle and A. Arab
 P2.16An analysis of spatial tornado density: does Dixie Alley really exist?  
P. Grady Dixon, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS; and A. E. Mercer, J. Choi, and J. S. Allen
 P2.17Spatial Analysis of Tornado Vulnerability Trends in Oklahoma and Northern Texas  extended abstract
Eric M. Hout, National Weather Center Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program, Norman, OK; and M. Yuan, J. McIntosh, and C. Weaver
 P2.18Convective Mode of Thunderstorms Producing Significant Cool Season Tornadoes in the National Weather Service's Central Region  extended abstract
Fred H. Glass, NOAA/NWSFO, St. Charles, MO ; and M. F. Britt
 P2.19An Analysis of Clustered Tornado Events  extended abstract
Andrew R. Dean, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/SPC, Norman, OK
P2.20Climate Change Impacts on Severe Thunderstorms in Finland  
Andrea Vajda, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland; and J. Rauhala

Monday, 11 October 2010: 3:00 PM-4:30 PM, Grand Mesa Ballroom ABC

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