Richard E. Carbone
Richard E. Carbone
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TitleCited byYear
Inferences of predictability associated with warm season precipitation episodes
RE Carbone, JD Tuttle, DA Ahijevych, SB Trier
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 59 (13), 2033-2056, 2002
5092002
A severe frontal rainband. Part I. Stormwide hydrodynamic structure
RE Carbone
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 39 (2), 258-279, 1982
3311982
Improving quantitative precipitation forecasts in the warm season: A USWRP research and development strategy
JM Fritsch, RE Carbone
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 85 (7), 955-966, 2004
2712004
Characteristics through the melting layer of stratiform clouds
RE Stewart, JD Marwitz, JC Pace, RE Carbone
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 41 (22), 3227-3237, 1984
2081984
Dynamics of a thunderstorm outflow
CK Mueller, RE Carbone
Journal of the Atmospheric sciences 44 (15), 1879-1898, 1987
2061987
Rainfall occurrence in the US warm season: The diurnal cycle
RE Carbone, JD Tuttle
Journal of Climate 21 (16), 4132-4146, 2008
1882008
A preliminary morphology of precipitation systems in tropical northern Australia
TD Keenan, RE Carbone
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 118 (504), 283-326, 1992
1861992
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
Coherence of warm-season continental rainfall in numerical weather prediction models
CA Davis, KW Manning, RE Carbone, SB Trier, JD Tuttle
Monthly Weather Review 131 (11), 2667-2679, 2003
1642003
Tropical cyclone kinematic structure retrieved from single-Doppler radar observations. Part I: Interpretation of Doppler velocity patterns and the GBVTD technique
WC Lee, BJD Jou, PL Chang, SM Deng
Monthly Weather Review 127 (10), 2419-2439, 1999
1551999
The propagation and diurnal cycles of deep convection in northern tropical Africa
AG Laing, R Carbone, V Levizzani, J Tuttle
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society: A journal of the …, 2008
1412008
A climatology of warm-season cloud patterns over East Asia based on GMS infrared brightness temperature observations
CC Wang, GTJ Chen, RE Carbone
Monthly weather review 132 (7), 1606-1629, 2004
1412004
The generation and propagation of a nocturnal squall line. Part I: Observations and implications for mesoscale predictability
RE Carbone, JW Conway, NA Crook, MW Moncrieff
Monthly Weather Review 118 (1), 26-49, 1990
1411990
Tropical island convection in the absence of significant topography. Part I: Life cycle of diurnally forced convection
RE Carbone, JW Wilson, TD Keenan, JM Hacker
Monthly weather review 128 (10), 3459-3480, 2000
1292000
A severe frontal rainband. Part II: Tornado parent vortex circulation
RE Carbone
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 40 (11), 2639-2654, 1983
1261983
The NAME 2004 field campaign and modeling strategy
W Higgins, D Ahijevych, J Amador, A Barros, EH Berbery, E Caetano, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 87 (1), 79-94, 2006
1212006
Weather impacts, forecasts, and policy: An integrated perspective
R Pielke Jr, RE Carbone
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 83 (3), 393-406, 2002
1102002
The Maritime Continent—Thunderstorm Experiment (MCTEX): Overview and Some Results
T Keenan, S Rutledge, R Carbone, J Wilson, T Takahashi, P May, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81 (10), 2433-2456, 2000
1082000
Precipitation‐induced mesoscale wind perturbations in the melting layer
D Atlas, R Tatehira, RC Srivastava, W Marker, RE Carbone
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 95 (405), 544-560, 1969
951969
Doppler radar sampling limitations in convective storms
RE Carbone, MJ Carpenter, CD Burghart
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 2 (3), 357-361, 1985
941985
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