Poster Session 26 Tropical Cyclone Intensity and Intensification

Thursday, 19 April 2018: 3:30 PM-5:30 PM
Champions DEFGH (Sawgrass Marriott)
Host: 33rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology

fvGFS Forecasts of the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Matthew (2016)
Andrew Hazelton, Univ. of Miami, Miami, FL; and L. Harris and S. J. Lin

The Influences of the Urban Heat Island Effect and Brown Ocean Effect on Land Falling Tropical Cyclones and Provincial Atmospheric Conditions
Adam Jozef Zebzda, High School Student, Winston Salem, NC; and T. Holt, D. D. Flagg, C. C. Hennon, and A. Knudsen
Manuscript (297.5 kB)

Water Budget and Intensity Change of Tropical Cyclones over the Western North Pacific
Si Gao, Nanjing Univ. of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, China; and S. Zhai, B. Chen, and T. Li

Handout (1.3 MB)

The Seasonality of Tropical Cyclone Maximum Intensity in the North Atlantic and Western Pacific Regions
Daniel Gilford, MIT, Cambridge, MA; and S. Solomon, K. Emanuel, and D. Rothenberg

Handout (2.3 MB)

Investigation of the Sea Surface Fluxes for TC Intensification
Chian-Yi Liu, National Central Univ., Taoyuan, Taiwan

The Impacts of the Basic Potential Vorticity Profiles on the Stability of Shallow-Water Vortices
Wei Zhong, National Univ. of Defense Technology, Nanjing, China; and S. Liu

Handout (550.3 kB)

Microphysical-Dynamical Interaction in Tropical Cyclone Intensification
Zongyao Yang, Florida International Univ., Miami, FL; and P. Zhu

Handout (1.1 MB)

The Sensitivity of Tropical Cyclone Intensification Rate Based on Ensemble Method
Chih-Chi HU, National Taiwan Univ., Taipei, Taiwan; and C. C. Wu

Intensification of Strongly Tilted Tropical Vortices Through Asymmetric Diabatic Heating
Tom Doerffel, Free Univ. Berlin, Berlin, Germany; and A. Papke, R. Klein, and P. K. Smolarkiewicz

Poster 272 has been moved. New paper number is 10B.2A.

Intense Surface and Flight-Level Wind Speeds in Hurricanes: When Conventional Rules Break Down
Bradley W. Klotz, NOAA/AOML, Univ. of Miami/CIMAS, Miami, FL; and D. S. Nolan, H. M. Holbach, M. J. Brennan, E. W. Uhlhorn, and R. G. Henning

Normalized Convective Characteristics of Tropical Cyclone Rapid Intensification Events in the North Atlantic and Eastern North Pacific
Michael S. Fischer, Univ. at Albany, SUNY, Albany, NY; and B. H. Tang and K. L. Corbosiero

Modeling of the Influence of Saharan Dust and Other Aerosols on Hurricane Earl (2010) Using NASA Unified WRF (NUWRF)
Jainn J. Shi, NASA GSFC, Morgan State Univ./GESTAR, Greenbelt, MD; and S. A. Braun and Z. Tao

The Role of Boundary Layer Friction on Tropical Cyclogenesis and Subsequent Intensification
Gerard Kilroy, Univ. of Munich, Munich, Germany; and M. T. Montgomery and R. K. Smith

Poster 278 has been moved. New paper number 12B.4A.

Revisiting Tropical Cyclone Potential Intensity Theory from an Unbalanced Flow Perspective.
T. J. Shepherd, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY; and K. J. E. Walsh

The Influence of Sea Surface Temperature Gradients on the Rapid Weakening of Tropical Cyclones
B. Matthew Holliday, Mississippi State Univ., Mississippi State, MS; and K. M. Wood

Dynamical Interactions in a Field of Persistent Tropicalcyclones: Eddy Angular Momentum and Vorticity Exchanges
John Persing, NPS, Wellington, CO; and M. T. Montgomery, R. K. Smith, and J. C. McWilliams

The Phenomenal Intensification of Hurricane Maria (2017)
Kathy-Ann Caesar, Caribbean Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH), Bridgetown, Barbados; and A. Sealy, R. Chewitt, M. Mayers-Als, C. Brathwaite, and S. Whitehall

An Analysis of the Ocean Coupling Potential Intensity in North Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclones
Russell Henderson Glazer, Florida State Univ., Tallahassee, FL; and M. M. Ali

Analysis of Moist Potential Vorticity of Two Similar Super Typhoons Affecting South China
Duan Peng, Zhaoqing Meteorological Bureau, Guangdong Province, Zhaoqing, China

Handout (4.1 MB)

A Forced, Balanced Model for Tropical Cyclone Intensification
Christopher J. Slocum, CIRA, Fort Collins, CO; and W. H. Schubert

Process-Oriented Diagnostics of Tropical Cyclones in Global Climate Models
Yumin Moon, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; and D. Kim, S. J. Camargo, A. A. Wing, A. H. Sobel, M. G. Bosilovich, H. Murakami, K. A. Reed, E. Scoccimarro, G. A. Vecchi, M. F. Wehner, C. M. Zarzycki, and M. Zhao

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