Fourth Conference on the Meteorological Applications of Lightning Data

Poster Session 1

 Lightning Prediction and Operational Applications
 Chair: Nicholas W. Demetriades, Vaisala, Inc., Tucson, AZ
 P1.1Experience with a Stand-Alone Electric-Field Meter with Siren and Strobe Lights for Lightning Hazard Warning at the Jimmie Austin Golf Club at the University of Oklahoma  
William H. Beasley, School of Meteorology, Norman, OK; and A. L. Hinckley and L. D. Maxwell
 P1.2Another Look at Patterns in the Surface Electric Field in Relation to Cloud-to-Ground Lightning in Air-Mass Thunderstorms over Kennedy Space Center: False-Alarm Rates  extended abstract
Patrick T. Hyland, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and D. E. Williams and W. H. Beasley
P1.3Evaluation of the lightning watch and warning program for NASA's Johnson Space Center  
Timothy Oram, NWS Spaceflight Meteorology Group, Houston, TX
 P1.4Experimental lightning forecasting in a National Weather Service Forecast Office  
Gail Hartfield, NOAA/NWS, Raleigh, NC
 P1.5Lightning prediction by WFO Grand Junction using model data and graphical forecast editor smart tools  extended abstract
P. Frisbie, NOAA/NWSFO, Grand Junction, CO; and J. D. Colton and M. P. Meyers
 P1.6Lightning forecasting before the first strike  extended abstract
James J. Stagliano Jr., Propagation Research Associates, Inc., Marietta, GA; and B. Valant-Spaight, J. C. Kerce, G. M. Hall, R. D. Bock, E. J. Holder, and S. F. Dugas
 P1.7Predicting lightning potential on different time scales—a conceptual model and first results  extended abstract
Wiebke Deierling, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and C. Kessinger and E. Nelson
 P1.8Using the perfect prognosis technique for predicting cloud-to-ground lightning in mainland Alaska  extended abstract
Phillip D. Bothwell, NOAA/NCEP/SPC, Norman, OK; and D. Buckey
 P1.9Climatology of cloud-to-ground lightning in mainland Alaska  extended abstract
David Buckey, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
 P1.10Inner core lightning in 2004–2007 Atlantic tropical cyclones using Vaisala's Long Range Lightning Detection Network (LLDN)  extended abstract
Nicholas W. S. Demetriades, Vaisala, Inc., Tucson, AZ; and R. L. Holle
 P1.11An Operational Perspective of Total Lightning Information  extended abstract
David J. Nadler, NOAA/NWS, Huntsville, AL; and C. B. Darden, G. T. Stano, and D. Buechler
 P1.12Utility of total lightning measurements for very short term forecasts of convection growth and decay at White Sands Missile Range  extended abstract
Eric Nelson, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and W. Deierling and C. Kessinger
 P1.13A Statistical Framework for the Development and Evaluation of a Lightning Jump Algorithm  
Lawrence D. Carey, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL; and W. A. Petersen and C. J. Schultz
 P1.14Real-time Processing and Display of Lightning Mapping Array Data  
Harald E. Edens, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM; and W. Rison, S. J. Hunyady, R. J. Thomas, P. R. Krehbiel, and W. P. Winn

Monday, 12 January 2009: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM, Hall 5

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