Symposium on the Challenges of Severe Convective Storms

Poster Session 1


The Observation, Modeling, Theory, and Prediction of Severe Convective Storms and Their Attendant Hazards

 P1.1Verification of multi-sensor, multi-radar hail diagnosis techniques  extended abstract
Kiel L. Ortega, University of Oklahoma/CIMMS and NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and T. M. Smith and G. J. Stumpf
 P1.2Storm Scale Forecasts and Observations of a North Alabama Hailstorm on December 10, 2004  
Steven J. Goodman, NASA/MSFC, Huntsville, AL; and W. Lapenta, K. La Casse, E. W. McCaul, and W. A. Petersen
 P1.3Optimal sampling strategies for hazardous weather detection using networks of dynamically adaptive Doppler radars  extended abstract
Jessica L. Proud, Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms and Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and K. K. Droegemeier, V. T. Wood, R. A. Brown, and L. White
 P1.4A quantitative analysis of the enhanced-V signature in relation to severe weather  extended abstract
Jason Brunner, CIMSS/Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and S. A. Ackerman, A. S. Bachmeier, and R. M. Rabin
 P1.5The Infrasound Network (ISNet):as a 88D Adjunct Tornado Detection Tool: A Perspective After Operations Since the Spring of 2003  
Alfred J. Bedard Jr., ETL, Boulder, CO
 P1.6Utilizing Experimental Graphical Severe Weather Warning Probabilities to Supplement the Hazardous Weather Outlook  extended abstract
J. Brad McGavock, NOAA/NWSFO, Tulsa, OK; and G. N. Mathews and J. M. Frederick
 P1.7Tornado Warnings, Lead Times and Tornado Casualties: An Empirical Investigation  
Daniel Sutter, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and K. M. Simmons
 P1.8The first workshop on severe weather technology for NWS warning decision making  extended abstract
M.A. Magsig, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma/NWS/WDTB, Norman, OK; and G. J. Stumpf
 P1.9Interactive Mesoscale Analysis Utilized in Assisting Local Decision Makers: A Review of the 24 March 2005 Supercell  extended abstract
J. Brad McGavock, NOAA/NWSFO, Tulsa, OK; and R. B. Darby and S. F. Piltz
 P1.10A case study of convective initiation along a retrograding dryline  
Robert E. Barbre Jr., University of Alabama, Huntsville, AL; and J. R. Mecikalski and K. R. Knupp
 P1.11Ridge rollers: mesoscale disturbances on the periphery of cutoff anticyclones  extended abstract
Thomas J. Galarneau Jr., SUNY, Albany, NY; and L. Bosart
 P1.12Meteorological aspects of high-impact tornado outbreaks  extended abstract
Gregory S. Forbes, The Weather Channel, Atlanta, GA
 P1.13Ground-based remotely sensed high temporal-resolution stability indices associated with southern Great Plains tornado outbreaks  extended abstract
Timothy J. Wagner, CIMSS/Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; and W. F. Feltz, R. A. Petersen, and S. A. Ackerman
 P1.14Elevated convection and tropospheric inertial instability: A connection?  
John A. Knox, University of Georgia, Athens, GA; and D. M. Schultz
 P1.15Discriminating Among Non Severe, Severe, and Derecho-Producing Mesoscale Convective System Environments  extended abstract
Ariel E. Cohen, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, OH; and M. C. Coniglio, S. F. Corfidi, and S. J. Corfidi
 P1.16Adiabatic lapse rates in tornadic environments  extended abstract
Matthew D. Parker, North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh, NC
 P1.17A numerical investigation of the synoptic environment associated with tornadic and nontornadic severe weather outbreaks  
Hamish A. Ramsay, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and C. A. Doswell and L. M. Leslie
 P1.18The need for an improved documentation of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in South America  extended abstract
Ernani L. Nascimento, Instituto Tecnológico SIMEPAR, Curitiba, PR, Brazil; and C. A. Doswell
 P1.19Reconstructing the frequency of tornado occurrence in the central United States  extended abstract
Matthew J. Menne, NOAA/NESDIS/NCDC, Asheville, NC
 P1.20Simulations of exteme convective storms in future climates: proof-of-concept tests with a retrospective event  extended abstract
Brooke A. Halvorson, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN; and R. J. Trapp and N. S. Diffenbaugh
 P1.21A Twelve Year Climatological Analysis of Severe Local Storms Observed by the Oklahoma Mesonet  extended abstract
James E. Hocker, Oklahoma Climatological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and J. B. Basara
 P1.22A five-year climatology of elevated severe convective storms in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains  extended abstract
Katherine L. Horgan, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, Raleigh, NC; and D. M. Schultz, R. H. Johns, S. F. Corfidi, and J. E. Hales
 P1.23Why the swirl ratio is a useless parameter  
David S. Nolan, Univ. of Miami/RSMAS, Miami, FL
 P1.24Tornado strength and the influence of dissipative heating  
Jerry M. Straka, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and P. Markowski
 P1.25Comparison of numerical model and laboratory simulator tornado wind fields with radar observations of the Spencer, South Dakota tornado  extended abstract
William A. Gallus Jr., Iowa State University, Ames, IA; and F. L. Haan, P. Sarkar, K. Le, and J. Wurman
 P1.26Analysis of a hook echo and rear flank downdraft from a simulated supercell on 8 May 2003  extended abstract
Lewis Grasso, Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, Fort Collins, CO; and D. T. Lindsey
 P1.27Development of Double Moment Scheme in Very High Resolution WRF Model and Evaluate the Existing Microphysics Process and New Scheme for High-Impact Weather System  
Ju-Hye Kim, Yonsei Univ., Seoul, South Korea; and S. Y. Hong
 P1.28Challenges in comparing realistic, high-resolution spatial fields from convective-scale grids  extended abstract
Michael E. Baldwin, CIMMS/Univ. of Oklahoma and NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and K. L. Elmore, D. C. Dowell, T. Fujita, L. J. Wicker, and D. J. Stensrud
 P1.29What is a bow echo?  
George H. Bryan, NCAR, Boulder, CO; and J. C. Knievel
 P1.30Forecasting the speed and longevity of severe mesoscale convective systems  extended abstract
Michael C. Coniglio, NOAA/NSSL, Norman, OK; and S. F. Corfidi
 P1.31An examination of three Derecho events during the first week of July 2003 concurrent with BAMEX  extended abstract
Nicholas D. Metz, Univ. at Albany/SUNY, Albany, NY; and L. Bosart
 P1.32An examination of the long-lived MCV of 10-13 June 2003  extended abstract
Thomas J. Galarneau Jr., SUNY, Albany, NY; and L. Bosart
 P1.33An examination of flash flooding in the Binghamton, NY county warning area  
Stephen M. Jessup, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
 P1.34An analysis of severe hail swaths in the Southern Plains of the United States  extended abstract
Daniel R. Cheresnick, Oklahoma Climatological Survey and University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK; and J. Basara and E. D. Mitchell
 P1.35Meso-scale pressure dips accompanied by a severe convective storm of tropical cyclones  extended abstract
Hironori Fudeyasu, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention, Tsukuba, Japan; and S. IIzuka and T. Matsuura
 P1.36The Connection Between a Cold Front Aloft and the Extensive Squall Line of 29–30 October 2004  
Mark Stoelinga, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA; and J. D. Locatelli

Wednesday, 1 February 2006: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM, Exhibit Hall A2

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