29th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology

Poster Session 2

 Posters: Tropical Cyclone Modeling, Convection, Tropical Cyclone Structure, Intraseasonal Variability, T-PARC, TCS-08, Air-Sea Interaction, Convectively Coupled Waves, Tropical Cyclone Observations, Climate Change, Probabilistic Forecasting
 P2.1The Systematically Merged Atlantic Regional Temperature and Salinity (SMARTS) Climatology  
Patrick C. Meyers, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and J. K. Brewster and L. K. Shay
 P2.2Convectively coupled waves in a sheared environment  
Boualem Khouider, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada; and Y. Han
 P2.3Applying Multi-sensor and ECMWF Analyses to Characterize and Evaluate Cloud, Convection and Radiation Processes in Numerical Models  
Jui-Lin Li, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and D. E. Waliser, W. T. Chen, T. L'Ecuyer, Y. C. Wang, W. W. Tung, J. D. Neelin, B. Kahn, E. Fetzer, and R. G. Fovell
 P2.4Vaisala dropsondes: History, status, and applications  extended abstract
Ilkka Ikonen II, Vaisala, Inc., Vantaa, Finland; and N. W. S. Demetriades and R. L. Holle
 P2.5Validation of QuikSCAT wind vectors by dropwindsonde data from DOTSTAR  
Kun-Hsuan Chou, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan; and C. -. C. Wu, P. H. Lin, and S. J. Majumdar
 P2.6On sources of dry tropical air in the environment of Atlantic tropical cyclones  
Scott Braun, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and R. Boller
 P2.7Recurving eastern North Pacific tropical cyclones  
Kristen L. Corbosiero, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; and M. Dickinson and L. F. Bosart
 P2.8Monsoon Rainfall Characteristics: Precipitation Types and Associated Environment Regimes observed during SoWMEX/TiMREX  
Ben Jong-Dao Jou, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan; and C. C. Tong
 P2.9Data collected by the University of South Alabama Mesonet during Tropical Storm Fay (2008) and Hurricane Ida (2009)  
Sytske Kimball, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL
 P2.10Large-scale features associated with Arabian Sea cyclonic storms  
Amato Evan, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA; and S. J. Camargo
 P2.11Analysis of data gathered during NOAA WP-3D penetrations of Hurricanes Felix, Katrina and Ivan during episodes of extreme intensity  extended abstract
Richard G. Henning, NOAA, MacDill AFB, FL; and J. Parrish, A. B. Damiano, J. Williams, I. T. Sears, and P. Flaherty
Suleiman Odeh Alsweiss, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL; and P. Laupattarakasem and L. Jones
 P2.13An evaluation of the use of the mean vortex wind as a proxy for the environmental wind  
Paul R. Harasti, UCAR and NRL, Monterey, CA
 P2.14Predecessor Rain Events ahead of recurving tropical cyclones: Using numerical simulations and ensemble forecasts to quantify the rainfall enhancement  
Russ S. Schumacher, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; and T. J. Galarneau Jr.
 P2.16Determining the error characteristics of H*Wind  
Steven M. DiNapoli, Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies, Tallahassee, FL; and M. A. Bourassa
 P2.17Wind Effects on Asphalt Shingles  extended abstract
Timothy P. Marshall, Haag Engineering Co., Irving, TX; and R. Herzog, S. M. Morrison, and J. Green
 P2.19Composite structure of vortical hot towers observed in Hurricane Guillermo (1997)  extended abstract
Kelly C. Smith, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC; and M. D. Eastin
 P2.20A new parametric tropical cyclone wind-profile model: Testing and verification  extended abstract
Vincent T. Wood, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and L. W. White and H. E. Willoughby
 P2.22Eddy variations in the Western North Pacific South Eddy Zone by Satellite Altimetry Observation for Typhoon Intensification Research  
Iam Fei Pun, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan; and I. -. I. Lin
 P2.23Developing high spatial resolution daytime cloud climatologies for Africa  extended abstract
Rahama Beida, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and M. W. Douglas and A. Dominguez
 P2.25An observational study of tropical cyclone landfall processes in the Australian region  
Yubin Li, Macquarie University, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; and K. K. W. Cheung and J. C. L. Chan
 P2.26Ocean-atmosphere interaction effects on tropical cyclone inner-core convective bursts  
Paula Ann Hennon, STG, Inc., Asheville, NC; and J. Halverson and C. C. Hennon
 P2.28Air-sea coupling and tropical cyclone prediction in the Australian region  
Paul Sandery, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia
 P2.29The Impact of Taiwan Topography on the Predictability of Typhoon Morakot's Record-breaking Rainfall: A High-resolution Ensemble Simulation  
Xingqin Fang, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and Y. H. Kuo
 P2.30Predicting Typhoon Morakot's Catastrophic Rainfall and Flooding With a Cloud-Scale Ensemble System  
Yonghui Weng, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA; and F. Zhang, Y. H. Kuo, and J. S. Whitaker
 P2.31The influence of Tropical cyclone structure on storm evolution and its interaction with topography  
Kun-Hsuan Chou, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan; and C. -. C. Wu
P2.32A factor controlling surface wind asymmetries in typhoons revealed by QuikSCAT wind data  
Mitsuru Ueno, MRI, Tsukuba, Japan; and K. Bessho
 P2.33Validating the ocean model component of coupled hurricane-ocean models  
Richard M. Yablonsky, University of Rhode Island, Narragansett, RI; and I. Ginis, B. Thomas, J. J. Cione, G. R. Halliwell Jr., E. W. Uhlhorn, H. S. Kim, C. Lozano, E. P. Chassignet, and H. R. Winterbottom
 P2.34Structural analysis of SSM/I and TMI overpasses of tropical cyclones from 1987-2008  
Daniel S. Harnos, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and S. W. Nesbitt and K. R. Knapp
 P2.35Tropical and subtropical influences on Montreal’s record-breaking rainfall event of 8-9 November 1996  
Shawn M. Milrad, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada; and E. H. Atallah, J. R. Gyakum, and D. A. Durnford
 P2.36Beta-effect on the evolution of tropical cyclone  
Juan Fang, Nanjing University, China, Nanjing, China; and F. Zhang
 P2.37Extreme winds associated with a collapsing core on the Mobile waterfront during the landfall of Hurricane Katrina  extended abstract
Keith G. Blackwell, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL; and A. Williams and J. Holmes
 P2.38Effects of Extreme SST Cooling on Hurricane Ophelia (2005) Structure: RAINEX Observation and Coupled Model Simulation  
Jie Ming, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and S. S. Chen and C. Lee
 P2.39Analysis of wind field variations of major hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico  
Christopher M. Hill, Geosystems Research Institute, Stennis Space Center, MS; and P. J. Fitzpatrick and Y. Lau
 P2.40Gravity waves in shear and implications for organized convection  
Samuel N. Stechmann, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA; and A. J. Majda
 P2.41Hurricane Ike Damage Survey  extended abstract
Timothy P. Marshall, Haag Engineering Co., Irving, TX
 P2.42Thermodynamic structure of tropical cyclones from dropsondes  
Leon Nguyen, SUNY, Albany, NY; and D. Thomas, D. Vollaro, and J. Molinari
 P2.43Structural evolution in diabatic heating profiles of the MJO in global reanalysis  
Jian Ling, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and C. Zhang
 P2.44Determination of the Highest Cloud Top in SAS Scheme and Its Impact on Hurricane Forecasts  
Qingfu Liu, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/EMC, Camp Springs, MD; and H. Pan, S. Lord, B. Lapenta, V. Tallapragada, Z. Zhang, Y. Kwon, and J. Oconnor
 P2.45Okinawa typhoons, 1954 - 1956  extended abstract
Fred S. Hickernell, University of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ
 P2.46Surface cold pools in the outer rainbands of Tropical Storm Hanna (2008)  
Matthew D. Eastin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC; and T. Gardner, M. C. Link, and K. C. Smith
 P2.47Miniature supercells observed in an offshore outer rainband of Hurricane Gustav (2008)  
Matthew D. Eastin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC; and J. Edwards
 P2.48Case study on validation and interpretation of adjoint-derived sensitivity steering vector as targeted observation guidance of tropical cyclones  
Shin-Gan Chen, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan; and C. C. Wu, J. H. Chen, and K. H. Chou
 P2.49An Effort to Increase Storm Surge Threat Awareness for the Charleston, SC Area Using a Web-based Visualization Tool and Associated Survey  extended abstract
Frank Alsheimer, NOAA/NWSFO, North Charleston, SC; and R. Bright, B. L. Lindner, J. Johnson, and S. Duke
P2.50Large-scale scope of damage prediction model for landfalling hurricanes  
Joseph Spain, ImpactWeather, Inc., Houston, TX
 P2.51Improved SFMR surface wind measurements in intense rain conditions  
Eric W. Uhlhorn, NOAA/AOML, Miami, FL; and R. A. Black and B. W. Klotz
 P2.52Evolving boundary layer measurements during hurricanes Gustav and Ike  
Jeffrey Scott Zuczek, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and L. K. Shay, P. C. Meyers, E. W. Uhlhorn, R. Lumpkin, B. Jaimes, J. K. Brewster, and G. R. Halliwell Jr.
 P2.53NOAA's Vision for a Coordinated Storm Surge Enterprise  
Jamie Rhome, NOAA/NWS National Hurricane Center, Miami, FL; and J. Feyen and M. Erickson
 P2.54Lightning fatalities in tropical and subtropical regions  extended abstract
Ronald L. Holle, Holle Meteorology & Photography, Oro Valley, AZ
 P2.55Impact of the atmospheric boundary layer on eyewall mesovortices of hurricanes  
Ping Zhu, Florida International University, Miami, FL; and K. Menelaou
 P2.56Characteristics of tropical cyclone tracks over western North Pacific - the case study of Typhoon Fengshen (2008)  
Chung-Chuan Yang, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan; and C. C. Wu
 P2.57The influence of the island topography on tropical cyclone track deflection and looping motion  
Yi-Hsuan Huang, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan; and C. C. Wu and T. S. Huang
 P2.58An investigation into gradient balance of flight-level tropical cyclone windfields  extended abstract
Michael P.M. Gibbons, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, Canada; and C. Miller
 P2.59The HWRFX Modeling System: Recent Developments in Hurricane Structure and Intensity Forecasting Research in NOAA  
S.G. Gopalakrishnan, NOAA/AOML/HRD, Miami, FL; and X. Zhang, T. Quirino, R. Rogers, K. Yeh, F. Marks, and R. Atlas
 P2.60Interannual Changes of Tropical Cyclone Prevailing Tracks in the Western North Pacific  extended abstract
Haikun Zhao, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, China; and L. Wu and W. Zhou
 P2.62An intercomparison of WRF-ARW and JMA-NHM performance in prediction of tropical cyclones over the South China Sea in 2008  extended abstract
S.T. Chan, Hong Kong Observatory, Hong Kong, China; and T. F. Chan and W. K. Wong
P2.61Microphysical structures of stratiform clouds associated with the MJO observed during MISMO project  
Kenji Suzuki, Yamaguchi University, Yamaguchi, Japan; and S. Shigeto, H. Wada, K. Iseki, and K. Yoneyama
 P2.63Cloud-top-height variability associated with equatorial Kelvin waves in the tropical tropopause layer  
Junko Suzuki, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Kanagawa, Japan; and M. Fujiwara, A. Hamada, K. Yoneyama, and R. Shirooka
 P2.64The large-scale response of tropical atmosphere to latent heating estimated from the TRMM PR  
Shoichi Shige, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
 P2.65The orographic effects of Reunion Island on tropical cyclone tracks  extended abstract
David Barbary, Météo-France/LACy, Sainte Clotilde, Reunion; and Y. L. Lin
 P2.66Statistical assessment of tropical cloud-system resolving model simulations using a cell-tracking algorithm  
Simon Caine, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia; and T. P. Lane, P. T. May, J. Pinto, C. Jakob, S. T. Siems, and M. J. Manton
 P2.67Modelling the transient response of the Dines anemometer in tropical cyclone winds  extended abstract
Jeffrey David Kepert, Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, Melbourne, Vic, Australia
 P2.68PBL triggering mechanism of convective rainfall viewed from Helicity during TC landfall  
Leiming Ma, Shanghai Typhoon Institute, Shanghai, China
 P2.69Aggregated Convection and the Regulation of Tropical Climate  extended abstract
Marat F. Khairoutdinov, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY; and K. Emanuel
 P2.70Constructing a 13-year (1996-2008) high resolution GPS dropsonde database for hurricane research  
Jeffrey Halverson, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD; and J. Wang, K. Young, B. Arensdorf, and M. Black
 P2.71The effect of marine cold-air outbreaks on tropical cyclone potential intensity in the Gulf of Mexico  
Rebecca Hunniford, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; and C. A. Clayson and A. S. Bogdanoff
 P2.72An Analysis of Recent Dynamical Model Guidance for Eastern North Pacific Basin Tropical Cyclones Near the Coast of Mexico  
Todd B. Kimberlain, DOC, Miami, FL, FL; and D. P. Brown
 P2.73A Re-analysis of the 1943 Atlantic Hurricane Season - The First Flight into a Hurricane  
Cristina Carrasco, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and C. W. Landsea
P2.74Evaluating boundary-layer based mass flux closure using cloud resolving model simulations of deep convection  
Jennifer K. Fletcher, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; and C. S. Bretherton
 P2.75Tropical cyclone lightning characteristics as revealed by the World Wide Lightning Location Network (WWLLN)  
Sergio Abarca, UCLA, Los Angeles, 90095; and K. L. Corbosiero and T. J. Galarneau Jr.
 P2.76Predictable structures in idealized steady state hurricanes  
Bonnie R. Brown, University of Washington, Seattle, WA; and G. J. Hakim
 P2.77Convective quasi-equilibrium revisited, part I: theory  
David Raymond, New Mexico Tech, Socorro, NM; and Z. Fuchs
 P2.78Investigating the relationship between tropical precipitation and water vapor in a cloud resolving model  
Satomi Sugaya, New Mexico Tech, Socorro, NM; and S. L. Sessions and D. J. Raymond
 P2.79Impact of microphysical assumptions on the intensity and the structure of simulated hurricanes: Can satellite observations help determine the optimal set of microphysical assumptions?  
Svetla M. Hristova-Veleva, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and Y. Chao, A. Chau, Z. Haddad, B. Knosp, B. Lambrigtsen, P. P. Li, J. Martin, W. L. Poulsen, E. Rodriguez, B. W. Stiles, S. Tanelli, F. J. Turk, D. G. Vane, and Q. A. Vu
P2.80Changes in the seasonality of tropical precipitation in response to greenhouse gases  
Michela Biasutti, LDEO, Palisades, NY; and A. H. Sobel
 P2.81The influence of large-scale westerly winds on Madden-Julian Oscillations  
Lei Zhou, Columbia University, Palisades, NY; and R. Murtugudde, M. Jochum, and R. Neale
 P2.82The effect of ensemble-transform SST perturbations on tropical-cyclone track forecasts in a medium-range global NWP forecast ensemble  
Justin McLay, NRL, Monterey, CA; and C. Reynolds, J. Goerss, and M. Flatau
 P2.83Thermodynamics of Madden Julian Oscillation in a regional model with constrained moistening  
Samson M. Hagos, PNNL, Richland, WA; and L. R. Leung and J. Dudhia
 P2.84Limit of Predictability of the Madden-Julian Oscillation as a Stochastically-Driven Chaotic Oscillator  
Wen-Wen Tung, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
 P2.85Convective quasi-equilibrium revisited, part II: cloud resolving model simulations  
Michael J. Herman, New Mexico Tech, Socorro, NM; and D. J. Raymond
 P2.86The evolution of tropical storm Gabrielle (2001)  
Julie Kelly, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI; and G. M. Barnes and K. Dolling
 P2.87Idealized Tropical Cyclones in Atmospheric General Circulation Models: The Impact of the Dynamical Core  
Christiane Jablonowski, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; and K. A. Reed
 P2.88Sensitivity of El Niño – Southern Oscillation to Madden Julian Oscillation  
Atul Kapur, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and C. Zhang
 P2.89The impact of trade surges on the Madden–Julian Oscillation under different ENSO conditions  
Ayako Seiki, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Kanagawa, Japan; and Y. N. Takayabu, K. Yoneyama, and R. Shirooka
 P2.90Dry air layers observed over the central equatorial Indian Ocean  
Kunio Yoneyama, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), Yokosuka, Japan; and K. Yasunaga and M. Katsumata
 P2.91Statistical comparison of scales and spatial distributions of convection in observational data and simulated hurricanes  
Sam Trahan, NOAA/NCEP/EMC (UCAR), Camp Springs, MD; and L. C. Sparling, V. Tallapragada, S. A. Braun, and J. Halverson
P2.92Changes of tropical rain and associated Precipitation efficiency in tropical oceans in response to climate warming  
Chung-Hsiung Sui, National Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan
P2.93Intense Orographic Precipitation Associated with Typhoon Talim (2005) in China  
Yongqing Wang, Pacific Typhoon Research Center, KLME, Nanjing University of Information Science & Technology, Nanjing, China; and B. Wang, T. Song, and Z. Ding
 P2.94The Global 3-Dimensional Structure of the Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation  
Scott Stuckman, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; and J. L. Lin and M. Davis
 P2.95The Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation, Madden-Julian Oscillation and Convectively Coupled Equatorial Waves  
Scott Stuckman, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; and J. Lin
 P2.96A simple coastline storm surge model based on pre-run SLOSH outputs  extended abstract
Liming Xu, FM Global, Norwood, MA
 P2.97The Global 3-Dimensional Structure of the Pacific Decadal Oscillation  
Erik Fraza, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; and J. Lin and S. Melaragno
 P2.98Tropical orographic rainfall regimes according to the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission  
Kimberly Reed, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and S. W. Nesbitt
 P2.99Convectively coupled gravity waves in the tropics: Why do most waves travel westward?  
Stefan N. Tulich, CIRES/Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO; and G. N. Kiladis
 P2.100Drag and enthalpy coefficients at major hurricane wind speeds  
Michael M. Bell, NPS, Monterey, CA; and M. T. Montgomery and K. Emanuel
 P2.101Improved Representations of Ice Cloud Microphysics for Hurricane Models  
Greg M. McFarquhar, Univ. of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and A. Dooley, M. Freer, A. J. Heymsfield, P. Lawson, and A. Bansemer
 P2.102The impact of eastern Pacific tropical cyclones on the climatology of the North American Southwest region  extended abstract
Kimberly M. Wood, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ; and E. A. Ritchie
P2.103A fine-resolution, multiple-nested, WRF simulation of hurricane Gustav (2008)  
F. Carroll Dougherty, Univ. of South Alabama, Mobile, AL; and S. K. Kimball
 P2.104Tropical cyclone flow structure in the presence of elevated terrain  extended abstract
Brian J. Billings, National Research Council, Monterey, CA; and J. D. Doyle
 P2.105Dominant intraseasonal variability modes over the eastern Pacific ITCZ and their representation in climate models  
Xianan Jiang, JIFRESSE/UCLA & JPL/Caltech, Pasadena, CA; and D. E. Waliser
P2.106Impact of organized intraseasonal convective perturbations on the tropical circulation  
Hugo Bellenger, Laboratoire de Météotrologie Dynamique, Paris, France; and J. P. Duvel
 P2.107EnKF Data Assimilation of dual-Doppler radar data from hurricane Guillermo  
Humberto C. Godinez, LANL, Los Alamos, NM; and A. O. Fierro and J. Reisner
P2.108OSSE experiments testing new data platforms for predicting tropical cyclones with an Ensemble Kalman Filter  
Jason Sippel, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and Y. Weng
 P2.109Diurnal circulations and their multi-scale interactions on rainfall over the South China Sea during monsoon westerly wind bursts  
Myung-Sook Park, NPS, Monterey, CA; and C. H. Ho and J. Kim
 P2.110Retrieval of hurricane turbulence parameters using airborne Doppler radar measurements  extended abstract
Sylvie Lorsolo, University of Miami, Miami, FL; and J. F. Gamache, F. Marks, and P. Dodge
 P2.111The Fidelity of Tropical Cyclone Representation in Atmospheric Reanalysis Datasets   pdf recordingPDF file
Benjamin Schenkel, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; and R. Hart
 P2.112Moist Static Energy budget for Madden-Julian Oscillation like disturbances in Super-Parameterized CAM on an aquaplanet  
Joseph Allan Andersen, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; and Z. Kuang
P2.113Cloud resolving simulations of an idealized intertropical convergence zone  
David S. Nolan, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL; and S. N. Tulich and B. E. Mapes
 P2.114Kinematic and microphysical aspects of mesovortices in Hurricane Ike (2008)  
Stephanie Mullins, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL; and K. Knupp
 P2.115A unified GPS dropsonde quality assurance and visualization software system  
Michael L. Black, NOAA/AOML/HRD, Miami, FL; and C. Martin
P2.116Developmental Testbed Center support of the Hurricane WRF for community use  
Steven Koch, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory, Boulder, CO; and L. R. Bernardet, S. Bao, N. Surgi, V. Tallapragada, Y. Kwon, Q. Liu, Z. Zhang, and L. Carson
 P2.117South Pacific Convergence Zone: A conduit for energy transport from the tropics to higher latitudes?  
Matthew J. Widlansky, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia; and P. J. Webster and C. D. Hoyos
 P2.118A hierarchy of synthetic vortex initialization methods for tropical cyclones  
Eric D. Rappin, University of Miami, Miami, FL; and S. J. Majumdar, D. S. Nolan, and D. P. Stern
 P2.119An Integrated Modeling and Data Analysis Approach to Understanding Louisiana's Wetland Resilience to Hurricane Landfall  
Pat Fitzpatrick, Mississippi State University, Stennis Space Center, MS; and Y. Lau, J. Chen, A. Chawla, S. Shean, K. Hu, H. L. Tolman, R. R. Twilley, C. M. Hill, and J. E. Cable
 P2.120Sensitivity of the evolution of an idealized tropical cyclone to small perturbations in initial input fields  
R. J. Maliawco, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL; and G. M. McFarquhar and B. F. Jewett
 P2.121Tropical cyclone energy and power dissipation as a predictor of storm surge using ADCIRC  
Angela Fritz, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; and J. A. Curry
 P2.122Vortical evolution of deep convection in idealized tropical disturbance environments  
Elizabeth M. Minter, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida; and P. D. Reasor
 P2.124Evaluation of the GFDL 25km resolution Global Atmospheric Model for tropical cyclone prediction  
Jeffrey S. Gall, NOAA/GFDL, Princeton, NJ; and I. Ginis, S. J. Lin, and T. Marchok
 P2.125Description of HWRF Modeling System graphics and statistics for use as a diagnostic tool  
Janna O'Connor, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/EMC -SAIC, Camp Springs, MD; and V. Tallapragada, S. Trahan, H. Y. Chuang, W. M. Lapenta, and S. J. Lord
 P2.126Hurricane Isabel (2003) boundary layer characteristics and patterns using the Richardson number  
Aaron Paget, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; and P. H. Ruscher
 P2.127Evolution of the Tropical Cyclone Integrated Data Exchange and Analysis System (TC-IDEAS)  extended abstract
F. Joseph Turk, JPL, Pasadena, CA; and Y. Chao, Z. Haddad, S. Veleva, B. W. Knosp, B. H. Lambrigtsen, P. P. Li, W. L. Poulsen, S. Tanelli, D. G. Vane, Q. A. Vu, H. M. Goodman, R. J. Blakeslee, H. Conover, J. M. Hall, Y. M. He, and K. Regner
 P2.128Simulation of historical hurricane events using 20th Century Reanalysis  
Robert E. Hart, Florida State Univ., Tallahassee, FL
 P2.129Mesoscale gravity wave - convection coupling  
Todd P. Lane, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Vic., Australia; and F. Zhang
 P2.130Characterization of momentum transport associated with organized moist convection and gravity waves  
Todd P. Lane, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Vic., Australia; and M. W. Moncrieff
 P2.131Radar-observed eyewall tilt and three-dimensional winds of Hurricane Isabel (2003)  
Qingyun Zhao, NRL, Monterey, CA; and Y. Jin
 P2.132What's New with the Online Textbook for Tropical Meteorology?  extended abstract
Arlene Laing, UCAR/COMET, Boulder, CO; and J. L. Evans and M. Pope
P2.133The 8 May 2009 "super derecho": A land-hurricane?  
Morris L. Weisman, NCAR, Boulder, CO ; and C. Evans and L. F. Bosart
 P2.134Observed dispersion relation of mixed Rossby gravity waves and 17-day tropical instability waves in the Pacific Ocean  
Toshiaki Shinoda, NRL, Stennis Space Center, MS
 P2.135The Generation, Maintenance and Propagation of the Pre-Helene African Easterly Wave and Mesoscale Convective System Over Africa: A Numerical Study and Analysis of the Environment  
James Spinks, North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, NC; and Y. L. Lin and G. Tang
 P2.136How well do coupled global climate models simulate convectively coupled equatorial waves?  
Katherine H. Straub, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA; and P. T. Haertel and G. N. Kiladis
 P2.137The community Hurricane Weather Research and Forecast (HWRF): System description, forecast skill and Developmental Testbed Center support  extended abstract
Shaowu Bao, NOAA/ESRL, Boulder, CO; and L. R. Bernardet, V. Tallapragada, N. Surgi, Y. C. Kwon, Q. Liu, Z. Zhang, C. Harrop, L. Carson, D. Stark, S. Trahan, B. Lapenta, S. Koch, and B. Kuo
 P2.138Ensemble Kalman Filter Assimilation of Coastal WSR-88D Radar Data and Forecasting for Hurricane Ike (2008)  extended abstract
Jili Dong, CAPS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and M. Xue
 P2.139A statistical method for modeling tropical cyclone activity  
Mary M. Louie, AIR Worldwide Corporation, Boston, MA; and G. Ljung
 P2.140Sensitivity of a parametric hurricane model to different wind profiles  
Ioana M. Dima, AIR Worldwide, Boston, MA; and T. Doggett and P. Dailey
 P2.141The role of the asymmetric mode in a turbulent regime  extended abstract
Stephen R. Guimond, COAPS/Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; and J. M. Reisner
P2.142Numerical Simulations of the Formation of Hurricane Fred (2009)  
Sen Chiao, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL; and G. Jenkins
 P2.143Multidecadal oscillations in tropical ocean and land temperatures  
Carlos D. Hoyos, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia; and P. Webster, H. R. Chang, and J. A. Curry
 P2.144Initialization and Prediction of Hurricane Ike via Assimilation of Airborne Doppler Radar Radial Velocity Observations using the ARPS 3DVAR  
Ningzhu Du, Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms, Norman, OK; and M. Xue
 P2.145Tropical thick anvil  
Wei Li, Penn State University, University Park, PA; and C. Schumacher
R. Suseela Reddy, Jackson State University, Jackson, MS; and D. Lu
 P2.147NASA Goddard GES DISC Data Services for Supporting Hurricane Research and YOTC  
Zhong Liu, George Mason University/CSISS, Fairfax, VA and NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD; and G. Leptoukh, D. Ostrenga, and D. E. Waliser
 P2.148Numerical weather prediction and tropical cyclone track forecasting in the Caribbean using MM5 and ARPS. Case studies of hurricane Dean (2007), Omar (2008) and Paloma (2008)  extended abstract
Daniel Martinez, Cuban Meteorological Service, Cuba; and I. Mitrani, I. Borrajero, E. M. Hicks, and C. A. Pontikis
 P2.149Observed variability of the East Pacific ITCZ  
Caroline L. Bain, University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA; and G. Magnusdottir, P. Smyth, and H. Stern
P2.151Wind data collected by a fixed-wing aircraft in the vicinity of a typhoon over the south China coastal waters  extended abstract
P. W. Chan, Hong Kong Observatory, Hong Kong, China
 P2.152Neap-spring tidal patterns in Atlantic tropical cyclones  extended abstract
Peter H. Yaukey, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
 P2.153An observatinal and numerical study of the boundary layer processes during the intensification of Hurricane Bill (2009)  extended abstract
Jun Zhang, NOAA/AOML/HRD, Miami, FL; and A. Aksoy, S. Lorsolo, R. Rogers, E. Uhlhorn, J. J. Cione, J. Dunion, J. Kaplan, K. Yeh, X. Zhang, S. G. Gopalakrishnan, T. Quirino, J. Cangialosi, and F. Marks
 P2.151Predictability and dynamics of a vertically-sheared tropical storm   wrf recordingRecorded presentation
Thomas S. Hinson, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA; and F. Zhang, Y. Weng, J. Wei, and R. F. Rogers
P2.150Short-term quantitative precipitation forecasting in tropical watersheds  
Mark T. Stoelinga, 3TIER, Inc., Seattle, WA

Thursday, 13 May 2010: 3:30 PM-5:00 PM, Arizona Ballroom 7

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