22nd Conference on Climate Variability and Change

Poster Session

 Seasonal to Interannual Variability: Observations and Predictions
 87Recent flash flood events in the Upper Midwest: Causes and common characteristics  
Thomas B. Williams, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL
 88Statistics of multi-season precipitation deficits across the contiguous United States  
David S. Gutzler, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; and D. Kann
 89Global monitoring of tropical cyclones with a dual-frequency scatterometer  
Michael J. Brennan, NOAA/NWS/NHC, Miami, FL; and R. D. Knabb
 90Change in relationship between western North Pacific tropical cyclone frequency and the tropical Pacific SST  extended abstract
Sang-Wook Yeh, Korea Ocean Research & Development Institute, Ansan, South Korea; and S. K. Kang, B. P. Kirtman, and C. H. Kim
 91National Unified Operational Prediction Capability: Progress and National Research Intiatives  extended abstract
Fred Toepfer, NOAA/NWS, Silver Springs, MD; and D. McCarren and S. A. Sandgathe
 92Nino3.4 warming trend and extreme rainfall events with flood and drought years over India  
Umesh Kumar Singh, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune, Maharashtra, India; and P. P. Sarthi and P. S. Salvekar
 93Harvesting Model Uncertainty for the Simulation of Interannual Variations  
Vasubandhu Misra, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
 94Revitalization of Namias' Climatological Isentropic Analysis  
Randall S. Cerveny, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ; and K. DeBiasse, M. B. Pace, A. W. Ellis, and R. C. Balling
 95Intraseasonal variability of the cool-season North American coastal cyclonic activity  extended abstract
Yi Deng, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; and T. Jiang
 96Atmospheric and oceanic forcing of the eddy kinetic energy in the Labrador Sea  
Hao Luo, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; and A. Bracco and Y. Zhong
 97Revisit: Impacts of ENSO on United States tornadic activity  
Precious Lewis, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; and J. J. O'Brien, M. Griffin, and P. W. Leftwich Jr.
 98Relationship between reductions of summer precipitation in North China and atmospheric circulation anomalies  
Hao Li-sheng Sr., Nanjing University of Information Science &Technology, Shijiazhuang, China; and D. Yi-hui Sr.
99Variability of the Amazon climate and links to changes in weather patterns  
Katia D. Fernandes, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia; and R. Fu
 100Modelling the spring Douro river flow using SST  extended abstract
S.R. Gámiz-Fortis, University of Granada, Granada, Spain; and M. J. Esteban-Parra, D. Argüeso, J. M. Hidalgo-Múñoz, D. Calandria-Hernández, and Y. Castro-Díez
 101Modeling southwest Florida tornadoes  extended abstract
Charles H. Paxton, NOAA/NWS, Tampa Bay Area - Ruskin, FL; and C. N. Carlisle, J. M. Collins, and A. N. Williams
 102Validation and development of existing and new RAOB-based warm-season convective wind forecasting tools for Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Kennedy Space Center  extended abstract
Mitchell H. McCue, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH; and J. P. Koermer, T. R. Boucher, and W. P. Roeder
 103Evaluation of WSR-88D methods to predict warm-season convective wind events at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Kennedy Space Center  extended abstract
James J. Rennie, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH; and J. P. Koermer, T. R. Boucher, and W. P. Roeder
 104Regional variation of convective structure at monsoon onset across South America inferred from TRMM observations  
Richard Barnhill, NOAA/NESDIS, Camp Springs, MD; and T. M. Rickenbach, R. Nieto Ferreira, E. Wright, and S. W. Nesbitt
 105Effects of Cold Fronts on the onset of the South American Monsoon  extended abstract
Emily Wright, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC; and R. Nieto Ferreira, T. M. Rickenbach, and R. Barnhill
 106The effects of altered vegetation on local climate change with respect to glaciers atop Mt. Kilimanjaro  
Sean Heuser, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC; and F. Semazzi
 Poster 107 moved to 14IOAS. New paper number 3.5  
 108Blending seperate probabilities of a joint event  
Albert R. Boehm, Retired, Huntsville, AL
 109Initial Results of Calibrating the Baron LIS-NOAH V2 Fully Distributed Hydrological Modeling System for the DMIP Elk River Basin  extended abstract
John McHenry, Baron Advanced Meteorological Systems, Raleigh, NC; and D. J. Gochis, D. N. Yates, and C. J. Coats Jr.
 110The Replication of ENSO-related anomalies over the United States by several AMIP Models  
Michelle L'Heureux, NOAA/NWS/NCEP/CPC, Camp Springs, MD; and A. Kumar, W. Wang, and B. Jha
 112An examination of the spatial and temporal extent of the climate memory of tropical cyclones  extended abstract
Benjamin Schenkel, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; and R. Hart
 113Large-scale dynamical processes associated with summer intraseasonal variability over South America  
Paula L. M. Gonzalez, Centro de Investigaciones del Mar y la Atmosfera, Buenos Aires, Argentina; and C. Vera, B. Liebmann, and G. N. Kiladis
 114Effect of changes in GCM resolution on the connection between summertime precipitation, moisture flux, and the position of the Bermuda High  extended abstract
Laura J. Bell, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; and R. B. Rood and D. J. Posselt
 115Estimates of the precision of GPS radio occultation bending angles in the neutral atmosphere from the COSMIC/ FORMOSAT-3 Mission  
William S. Schreiner, UCAR, Boulder, CO; and S. Sokolovskiy, C. Rocken, and D. Hunt
 116Multi-model seasonal climate hindcast skill and predictability for the Southeast United States  
Lydia Stefanova, Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies, Tallahassee, FL; and V. Misra, J. J. O'Brien, and E. Chassignet
 117Interannual variability and prediction of Northwest Australian tropical cyclones  
Kevin H. Goebbert, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN; and L. M. Leslie
 118Changes in spatial and temporal properties of Pacific warming  
Hye-Mi Kim, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA; and P. J. Webster
 119Future change in Southern Hemisphere atmospheric blocking simulated using a 20-km-mesh AGCM  
Mio Matsueda, Advanced Earth Science and Technology Organization/Meteorological Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan; and H. Endo and R. Mizuta
120Examining spring soil moisture-summer precipitation interactions over the U.S. Great Plains: Results from the coupled land-atmosphere model CAM3-CLM3  
Lei Meng, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX; and S. Quiring
 121An observational analysis of middle tropospheric stable layers over the tropical western Pacific ARM sites  
Bradley R. Charboneau, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX; and D. J. Posselt

Tuesday, 19 January 2010: 9:45 AM-11:00 AM

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