Fourth AMS Student Conference

Poster Session 1

 Student Conference Poster Session
 Chair: Thomas Windham, NSF, Arlington, VA
 P1.1Warm Season Climatology of Convective Evolution Over the Coastal Northeast U.S  
Michael Charles, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY; and B. A. Colle and J. S. Tongue
 P1.2Using the TIEGCM to estimate the equatorial vertical E x B drift velocity with ground magnetic perturbation  
Bret Ross Harper, NCAR, Boulder, CO
 P1.3Tornado probabilities derived from Rapid Update Cycle forecast soundings  
Zachary M. Byko, National Weather Center Research Experiences for Undergraduates, West Hartford, CT; and J. L. Guyer, J. J. Levit, and S. J. Taylor
P1.4The Thundersnow Event of February 11, 2003  
Melissa Melvin, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE; and R. J. Mazur
P1.5The Thundersnow Event of February 11, 2003  
Rebecca J. Mazur, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
 P1.6The Role of Undergraduates in LEAD Learning Communities:  
Michael Williams, Millersville University, Millersville, PA; and E. M. Lowery, J. E. Yorks, and D. T. Brewer
 P1.7The Madden-Julian Oscillation and its effect on tropical precipitation  
Donna K. Strahan, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA; and K. H. Straub
 P1.8The effects of high resolution model output on severe weather forecasts as evaluated in the SPC/NSSL spring program 2004  
Adam J French, National Weather Center Research Experience For Undergraduates, Valparaiso University, Manchester, CT; and J. S. Kain and S. J. Weiss
 P1.9The Bytheway Method for optimal radar beam scheduling in the CASA IP1a test bed  
Janice L Bytheway, Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of the Atmosphere, California, PA
 P1.10Synoptic Analysis of 2001-2004 "Long Rains" on Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania  
Rebecca Chan, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
 P1.11Remote sensing and in situ observations of tropical cyclone structure at landfall  
Kevin M. Grise, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
 P1.12Relationship of warm season cycles in on-shore pressure differences and temperatures in north-central California  
Elizabeth Frieberg, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA; and J. P. Monteverdi
 P1.13Quantitative analysis of different methods for merging radar reflectivity data  
Jennifer S. Green, National Weather Center Research Experience for Undergrads, Sterling Heights, MI; and V. Lakshmanan and T. M. Smith
 P1.14On the observation and development of the urban convective boundary layer during Joint Urban 2003  
Michael P. Morris, Oklahoma Climatological Survey, Norman, OK; and J. B. Basara and D. Giuliano
 P1.15Observations of the Zdr column during two severe weather events  
Cynthia A. Whittier, National Weather Center REU, Winthrop Harbor, IL
 P1.16Monitoring Temperature Trends in Antarctica Using GPS Radio Occultation  
Erick J. Adame, SUNY, Oneonta, NY
 P1.17MODIS Observations of Desert Dust, Forest Fire Smoke and Anthropogenic Aerosols  
Andro C Rios, NCAR, Elk Grove, CA
 P1.18Millersville University Local Student Chapter of the AMS  
Kristin L. Howett, Millersville University, Millersville, PA; and A. K. Rowe, C. L. Hanna, and D. Brewer
 P1.19Mesoanalysis of Bow Echo Environments during BAMEX  
Amber E. Reynolds, NCAR, State College, PA
 P1.20Measurements and dispersion modeling of sulfur dioxide concentrations in the vicinity of a coal-fired power plant  
Katherine B. Beem, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA; and D. J. Straub
 P1.21Lightning Safety in Outdoor Stadiums  
Joel Gratz, Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO; and E. U. Noble and R. Church
 P1.22Involving high school students in meteorological research: the SF-ROCKS experience  
Elizabeth Frieberg, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA
 P1.23Investigation of the Effect of Eddy Dissipation Rate in One Level 2.5 Boundary Layer Scheme Using 1D MM5 Model  
Xia Feng, Penn State University, State College, PA
 P1.24Investigating the thermodynamic environment of a mesoscale convective system  
Melissa Burt, Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research and Science, Millersville, PA
 P1.25Improving Marine and Coastal Forecasts Using high Resolution Meteorological Data from the Port Jefferson Ferry  
Melissa H. Ou, SUNY, Stony Brook, NY; and D. Waliser and J. S. Tongue
 P1.26GatorWeather: Student Production of Television/Online Video Forecasts  
Eric Gose, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA; and E. Frieberg, C. Meherin, and J. P. Monteverdi
 P1.27Evaluating various wind measurement and retrieval schemes used for the Pentagon Shield Project  
Anthony C. Didlake Jr., UCAR/SOARS, Boulder, CO
 P1.28Evaluating the Convective Atmospheric Boundary Layer by using Surface Station Data  
Braxton Lee Edwards, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
 P1.29Estimating divergence from irregularly spaced observations: A comparison of three techniques  
Jacqueline Ann Dubois, National Weather Center Research Experiences for Undergraduates: University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and P. L. Spencer
 P1.30Ensemble forecast bias correction  
Angeline Greene Pendergrass, National Weather Center REU, University of Oklahoma, Coral Gables, FL; and K. L. Elmore
 P1.31Diagnosis and Prediction of the Refractive Index Structure Parameter on the Mesoscale  
Benjamin W. Hershey, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND; and K. A. Naber, M. Askelson, C. M. Paulsen, J. S. Tilley, and S. S. Kumar
 P1.32Design, testing, and initial deployment of a prototype portable automated research micrometeorological station (PARMS)  
Jim Southard, Oklahoma Climatological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and J. B. Basara, D. L. Grimsley, and B. G. Illston
 P1.33Correlating Measured Pollutants in Northeast Philadelphia to its Source using ArcGIS  
Evan M Lowery, Millersville University, Millersville, PA; and D. T. Brewer, D. Rabatin, D. O'Donnell, and R. D. Clark
 P1.34Cloud-to-ground lightning production in strongly forced, low-instability convective lines associated with damaging wind  
Matthew S. Van Den Broeke, National Weather Center REU, University of Oklahoma, Valparaiso, IN; and D. M. Schultz, R. H. Johns, J. S. Evans, and J. E. Hales
 P1.35Climatology of Superrefraction Observed by GPS Radio Occultation  
Dione Lee Rossiter, UCAR, Berkeley, CA
 P1.36Changes in thunderstorm and forest fire frequency in response to climate warming in Alaska  
Eric Freeman, Univ. of North Carolina, Asheville, NC
 P1.37An examination of the 22 May 2004 Hallam, Nebraska tornado  
Rebecca Adams, Creighton University, Omaha, NE
P1.38An Analysis of the Economic Impact of Tornadoes  
Kimberly E. Klockow, National Weather Center REU, Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms, University of Oklahoma, West Lafayette, IN; and D. Sutter and H. E. Brooks
 P1.39An Analysis of MM5 and WRF Mesoscale Forecasts Based on MADIS Observation Datasets  
Crystal M. Paulsen, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
 P1.40A statistical investigation of severe weather indices and associated severe weather in the north-central U.S.  
John R. Wetenkamp Jr., Northland College, Ashland, WI; and A. J. Hamm
 P1.41A field study of particulate matter concentrations in the wintertime boundary layer  
John E. Yorks, Millersville University, Millersville, PA; and M. T. Maiuri, K. L. Howett, and A. K. Rowe
 P1.42SODAR-based Analysis of Boundary Layer Structure in Complex Terrain  
Roberto Cancel, Jackson State University, Jackson, MS
 P1.43Developing a procedure for software testing using synthtic data  
Shanna-Shaye Sashai Forbes, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Austin, TX
 P1.44Quantification of Cloud and Inversion Properties Utilizing  
Allen Clark Evans, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
 P1.45Estimating hail size using polarimetric radar  
Angela K Rowe, Millersville University of Pennsylvania, Millersville, PA; and P. L. Heinselman and T. J. Schuur

Sunday, 9 January 2005: 5:30 PM

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