Richard H Johnson
Richard H Johnson
Professor of Atmospheric Science
Verified email at atmos.colostate.edu
TitleCited byYear
Trimodal characteristics of tropical convection
RH Johnson, TM Rickenbach, SA Rutledge, PE Ciesielski, WH Schubert
Journal of climate 12 (8), 2397-2418, 1999
7351999
Organizational modes of midlatitude mesoscale convective systems
MD Parker, RH Johnson
Monthly weather review 128 (10), 3413-3436, 2000
5282000
The relationship of surface pressure features to the precipitation and airflow structure of an intense midlatitude squall line
RH Johnson, PJ Hamilton
Monthly Weather Review 116 (7), 1444-1473, 1988
3451988
Organization and environmental properties of extreme-rain-producing mesoscale convective systems
RS Schumacher, RH Johnson
Monthly weather review 133 (4), 961-976, 2005
3352005
Kinematic and thermodynamic characteristics of the flow over the western Pacific warm pool during TOGA COARE
X Lin, RH Johnson
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 53 (5), 695-715, 1996
3191996
Heating, moistening, and rainfall over the western Pacific warm pool during TOGA COARE
X Lin, RH Johnson
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 53 (22), 3367-3383, 1996
2511996
The role of convective-scale precipitation downdrafts in cumulus and synoptic-scale interactions
RH Johnson
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 33 (10), 1890-1910, 1976
2091976
Mesoscale and radar observations of the Fort Collins flash flood of 28 July 1997
WA Petersen, LD Carey, SA Rutledge, JC Knievel, NJ Doesken, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 80 (2), 191-216, 1999
2021999
Characteristics of US extreme rain events during 1999–2003
RS Schumacher, RH Johnson
Weather and Forecasting 21 (1), 69-85, 2006
1982006
A report of the field operations and early results of the South China Sea Monsoon Experiment (SCSMEX)
KM Lau, Y Ding, JT Wang, R Johnson, T Keenan, R Cifelli, J Gerlach, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81 (6), 1261-1270, 2000
1942000
Partitioning tropical heat and moisture budgets into cumulus and mesoscale components: Implications for cumulus parameterization
RH Johnson
Monthly weather review 112 (8), 1590-1601, 1984
1831984
Quantitative precipitation forecasting: Report of the eighth prospectus development team, US Weather Research Program
JM Fritsch, RA Houze Jr, R Adler, H Bluestein, L Bosart, J Brown, F Carr, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological society 79 (2), 285-299, 1998
1771998
Tropical inversions near the 0 C level
RH Johnson, PE Ciesielski, KA Hart
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 53 (13), 1838-1855, 1996
1601996
Coupled ocean‐atmosphere response experiment (COARE): An interim report
JS Godfrey, RA Houze Jr, RH Johnson, R Lukas, JL Redelsperger, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 103 (C7), 14395-14450, 1998
1591998
The “year” of tropical convection (May 2008–April 2010): Climate variability and weather highlights
DE Waliser, MW Moncrieff, D Burridge, AH Fink, D Gochis, BN Goswami, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 93 (8), 1189-1218, 2012
1572012
Structure and properties of Madden–Julian oscillations deduced from DYNAMO sounding arrays
RH Johnson, PE Ciesielski
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 70 (10), 3157-3179, 2013
1562013
The great Colorado flood of September 2013
D Gochis, R Schumacher, K Friedrich, N Doesken, M Kelsch, J Sun, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (9), 1461-1487, 2015
1432015
Structures and dynamics of quasi-2D mesoscale convective systems
MD Parker, RH Johnson
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 61 (5), 545-567, 2004
1422004
Heat and moisture budgets of an intense midlatitude squall line
WA Gallus Jr, RH Johnson
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 48 (1), 122-146, 1991
1361991
Heat and moisture budgets of tropical mesoscale anvil clouds
RH Johnson, GS Young
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 40 (9), 2138-2147, 1983
1321983
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