25th Conference on Severe Local Storms

Poster Session 10

 Supercells and Tornadoes Posters III
 P10.1 moved. New paper number P8.29  
 P10.1Using new technologies for damage surveys  
John T. Ferree, NOAA/NWS, Norman, OK; and R. Smith and J. Robinson
 P10.2Forest damage associated with tornadoes in northern Arizona  extended abstract
David O. Blanchard, NOAA/NWS, Flagstaff, AZ
 P10.3The mystery of the Saragosa, Texas tornadoes: Was Saragosa hit by tornadoes multiple times prior to the 1987 tornado?  
Mark R. Conder, NOAA/NWSFO, Lubbock, TX; and G. Skwira
 P10.4Taxonomy and analysis of tornado surface marks  extended abstract
M. I. Zimmerman, West Virginia Univ., Morgantown, WV; and D. C. Lewellen
 P10.5On the performance of brick and concrete masonry in windstorms  extended abstract
Timothy P. Marshall, Haag Engineering Co., Irving, TX
 P10.6In Situ and radar observations of low-level winds in tornadoes  
Joshua Wurman, Center for Severe Weather Research, Boulder, CO; and K. A. Kosiba and P. Robinson
 P10.7A comparison of radar observations to real data simulations of axisymmetric tornadoes  
Karen A. Kosiba, Center for Severe Weather Research, Boulder, CO; and R. J. Trapp
 P10.8Investigations of Cai's Power Law for Strong Tornados  extended abstract
Douglas P. Dokken, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN; and K. Scholz and M. Shvartsman
 P10.9Statistical Mechanics of Tornado Intensity Distributions  
Masahisa Nakazato, MRI, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; and O. Suzuki, K. Kusunoki, H. Yamauchi, and H. Y. Inoue
 P10.10An anticyclonic tornado observed 10 May 2010 with CASA radar  
J. Brotzge, CAPS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and L. R. Lemon
 P10.11Analysis of near-surface wind flow in close proximity to tornadoes  extended abstract
Christopher D. Karstens, Iowa State University, Ames, IA; and T. M. Samaras, W. A. Gallus Jr., C. A. Finley, and B. D. Lee
 P10.12A new parametric model of vortex tangential wind-profile: Testing and verification  extended abstract
Vincent T. Wood, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and L. W. White
 P10.13Exploring Doppler radar estimates of tornado intensity  
Mallie Toth, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; and R. J. Trapp, J. Wurman, and K. A. Kosiba
 P10.14Two tornadic thunderstorms in ostensibly weak deep layer shear environments in southeastern Colorado: cyclic supercells of May 25 (Kiowa County) and May 31 (Baca County) 2010  extended abstract
John P. Monteverdi, San Francisco State Univ., San Francisco, CA; and M. Umscheid and E. M. Bookbinder
 P10.15Numerical simulation of low-level misocyclones associated with winter convective cells: a case study from the Shonai area railroad weather project  extended abstract
Ken-ichi Shimose, MRI, Tsukuba, Japan; and S. Hayashi, W. Mashiko, K. Kusunoki, K. Bessho, S. Hoshino, K. Araki, H. Y. Inoue, M. Nakazato, Y. Hono, T. Imai, K. Adachi, H. Yamauchi, and T. Takemi
 P10.16Case of rapid tornado development from a cell with maximum reflectivity of 40dBz  
Paul G. Wolyn, NOAA/NWSFO, Pueblo, CO
 P10.17Impact of lapse rates upon low-level rotation in idealized storms  
Matthew D. Parker, North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC
 P10.18Origins of the Granite Falls, MN Tornado, July 25, 2000 Revisited  extended abstract
Douglas P. Dokken, University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN; and L. Edholm, J. Nelson, K. Scholz, P. Shanahan, K. Weise, R. Naistat, and W. E. Togstad
 P10.19Characteristics of supercells simulated with tornadic and non-tornadic RUC-2 proximity soundings. Part III: Comparisons at tornado-resolving gridspacing  extended abstract
Jason Naylor, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND ; and M. S. Gilmore, R. Edwards, and R. L. Thompson

Thursday, 14 October 2010: 3:00 PM-4:30 PM, Grand Mesa Ballroom ABC

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