Frank D. Marks
Frank D. Marks
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TitleCited byYear
Inner core structure of Hurricane Alicia from airborne Doppler radar observations
FD Marks Jr, RA Houze Jr
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 44 (9), 1296-1317, 1987
3511987
Low-wavenumber structure and evolution of the hurricane inner core observed by airborne dual-Doppler radar
PD Reasor, MT Montgomery, FD Marks Jr, JF Gamache
Monthly Weather Review 128 (6), 1653-1680, 2000
3432000
Stationary and moving convective bands in hurricanes
HE Willoughby, FD Marks Jr, RJ Feinberg
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 41 (22), 3189-3211, 1984
3431984
Dual-aircraft investigation of the inner core of Hurricane Norbert. Part I: Kinematic structure
FD Marks Jr, RA Houze Jr, JF Gamache
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 49 (11), 919-942, 1992
3071992
Precipitation distribution in tropical cyclones using the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) microwave imager: A global perspective
M Lonfat, FD Marks Jr, SS Chen
Monthly Weather Review 132 (7), 1645-1660, 2004
3022004
Eastern Pacific Hurricanes Jimena of 1991 and Olivia of 1994: The effect of vertical shear on structure and intensity
ML Black, JF Gamache, FD Marks Jr, CE Samsury, HE Willoughby
Monthly Weather Review 130 (9), 2291-2312, 2002
3012002
Winter monsoon convection in the vicinity of north Borneo. Part I: Structure and time variation of the clouds and precipitation
RA Houze Jr, SG Geotis, FD Marks Jr, AK West
Monthly Weather Review 109 (8), 1595-1614, 1981
3011981
Mesoscale and convective structure of a hurricane rainband
GM Barnes, EJ Zipser, D Jorgensen, F Marks Jr
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 40 (9), 2125-2137, 1983
2991983
Effects of vertical wind shear and storm motion on tropical cyclone rainfall asymmetries deduced from TRMM
SS Chen, JA Knaff, FD Marks Jr
Monthly Weather Review 134 (11), 3190-3208, 2006
2912006
Landfalling tropical cyclones: Forecast problems and associated research opportunities
FD Marks, LK Shay, PDT-5
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 79 (2), 305-323, 1998
2581998
Evolution of the structure of precipitation in Hurricane Allen (1980)
FD Marks Jr
Monthly Weather Review 113 (6), 909-930, 1985
2151985
Systematic variation of drop size and radar‐rainfall relations
D Atlas, CW Ulbrich, FD Marks Jr, E Amitai, CR Williams
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104 (D6), 6155-6169, 1999
2141999
Vertical motion characteristics of tropical cyclones determined with airborne Doppler radial velocities
ML Black, RW Burpee, FD Marks Jr
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 53 (13), 1887-1909, 1996
1911996
On the characteristic height scales of the hurricane boundary layer
JA Zhang, RF Rogers, DS Nolan, FD Marks Jr
Monthly Weather Review 139 (8), 2523-2535, 2011
1892011
The kinematic structure of Hurricane Gloria (1985) determined from nested analyses of dropwindsonde and Doppler radar data
JL Franklin, SJ Lord, SE Feuer, FD Marks Jr
Monthly Weather Review 121 (9), 2433-2451, 1993
1881993
Hurricane directional wave spectrum spatial variation in the open ocean
CW Wright, EJ Walsh, D Vandemark, WB Krabill, AW Garcia, SH Houston, ...
Journal of Physical Oceanography 31 (8), 2472-2488, 2001
1742001
Revised ocean backscatter models at C and Ku band under high‐wind conditions
WJ Donnelly, JR Carswell, RE McIntosh, PS Chang, J Wilkerson, F Marks, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 104 (C5), 11485-11497, 1999
1501999
Performance of convection‐permitting hurricane initialization and prediction during 2008–2010 with ensemble data assimilation of inner‐core airborne Doppler radar observations
F Zhang, Y Weng, JF Gamache, FD Marks
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (15), 2011
1332011
The hurricane forecast improvement project
R Gall, J Franklin, F Marks, EN Rappaport, F Toepfer
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (3), 329-343, 2013
1272013
Airborne doppler radar observations in Hurricane Debby
FD Marks Jr, RA Houze Jr
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 65 (6), 569-582, 1984
1261984
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