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Authors: Romero, R Doswell, CA Riosalido, R
Citation: R. Romero et al., Observations and fine-grid simulations of a convective outbreak in northeastern Spain: Importance of diurnal forcing and convective cold pools, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2157-2182

Authors: Hane, CE Baldwin, ME Bluestein, HB Crawford, TM Rabin, RM
Citation: Ce. Hane et al., A case study of severe storm development along a dryline within a synoptically active environment. Part I: Dryline motion and an Eta Model forecast, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2183-2204

Authors: Schultz, DM
Citation: Dm. Schultz, Reexamining the cold conveyor belt, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2205-2225

Authors: Sperber, KR Brankovic, C Deque, M Frederiksen, CS Graham, R Kitoh, A Kobayashi, C Palmer, T Puri, K Tennant, W Volodin, E
Citation: Kr. Sperber et al., Dynamical seasonal predictability of the Asian summer monsoon, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2226-2248

Authors: Frank, WM Ritchie, EA
Citation: Wm. Frank et Ea. Ritchie, Effects of vertical wind shear on the intensity and structure of numerically simulated hurricanes, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2249-2269

Authors: Bluestein, HB Gaddy, SG
Citation: Hb. Bluestein et Sg. Gaddy, Airborne pseudo-dual-Doppler analysis of a rear-inflow jet and deep convergence zone within a supercell, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2270-2289

Authors: Bromwich, DH Cassano, JJ Klein, T Heinemann, G Hines, KM Steffen, K Box, JE
Citation: Dh. Bromwich et al., Mesoscale modeling of katabatic winds over Greenland with the Polar MM5, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2290-2309

Authors: Strahl, JLS Smith, PJ
Citation: Jls. Strahl et Pj. Smith, A diagnostic study of an explosively developing extratropical cyclone and an associated 500-hPa trough merger, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2310-2328

Authors: Buizza, R
Citation: R. Buizza, Accuracy and potential economic value of categorical and probabilistic forecasts of discrete events, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2329-2345

Authors: Gelb, A Gleeson, JP
Citation: A. Gelb et Jp. Gleeson, Spectral viscosity for shallow water equations in spherical geometry, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2346-2360

Authors: Belair, S Mailhot, J
Citation: S. Belair et J. Mailhot, Impact of horizontal resolution on the numerical simulation of a midlatitude squall line: Implicit versus explicit condensation, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2362-2376

Authors: Renwick, JA Thompson, CS
Citation: Ja. Renwick et Cs. Thompson, Southern hemisphere medium-range forecast skill and predictability: A comparison of two operational models, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2377-2391

Authors: Rohn, M Kelly, G Saunders, RW
Citation: M. Rohn et al., Impact of a new cloud motion wind product from meteosat on NWP analyses and forecasts, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2392-2403

Authors: Reisner, J Mousseau, V Knoll, D
Citation: J. Reisner et al., Application of the Newton-Krylov method to geophysical flows, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2404-2415

Authors: Revell, MJ Kidson, JW Kiladis, GN
Citation: Mj. Revell et al., Interpreting low-frequency modes of Southern Hemisphere atmospheric variability as the rotational response to divergent forcing, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2416-2425

Authors: Hart, RE Grumm, RH
Citation: Re. Hart et Rh. Grumm, Using normalized climatological anomalies to rank synoptic-scale events objectively, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2426-2442

Authors: Anderson, CJ Arritt, RW
Citation: Cj. Anderson et Rw. Arritt, Mesoscale convective systems over the United States during the 1997-98 El Nino, M WEATH REV, 129(9), 2001, pp. 2443-2457

Authors: Protat, A Lemaitre, Y
Citation: A. Protat et Y. Lemaitre, Scale interactions involved in the initiation, structure, and evolution ofthe 15 December 1992 MCS observed during TOGA COARE. Part I: Synoptic-scale processes, M WEATH REV, 129(8), 2001, pp. 1757-1778

Authors: Protat, A Lemaitre, Y
Citation: A. Protat et Y. Lemaitre, Scale interactions involved in the initiation, structure, and evolution ofthe 15 December 1992 MCS observed during TOGA COARE. Part II: Mesoscale and convective-scale processes, M WEATH REV, 129(8), 2001, pp. 1779-1808

Authors: Chang, DE Weinman, JA Morales, CA Olson, WS
Citation: De. Chang et al., The effect of spaceborne microwave and ground-based continuous lightning measurements on forecasts of the 1998 Groundhog Day storm, M WEATH REV, 129(8), 2001, pp. 1809-1833

Authors: Weber, HC
Citation: Hc. Weber, Hurricane track prediction with a new barotropic model, M WEATH REV, 129(8), 2001, pp. 1834-1858

Authors: Davis, CA Bosart, LF
Citation: Ca. Davis et Lf. Bosart, Numerical simulations of the genesis of Hurricane Diana (1984). Part I: Control simulation, M WEATH REV, 129(8), 2001, pp. 1859-1881

Authors: Zeng, ZX Yuter, SE Houze, RA Kingsmill, DE
Citation: Zx. Zeng et al., Microphysics of the rapid development of heavy convective precipitation, M WEATH REV, 129(8), 2001, pp. 1882-1904

Authors: Holland, DM Jenkins, A
Citation: Dm. Holland et A. Jenkins, Adaptation of an isopycnic coordinate ocean model for the study of circulation beneath ice shelves, M WEATH REV, 129(8), 2001, pp. 1905-1927

Authors: Vincent, DG Fink, AH
Citation: Dg. Vincent et Ah. Fink, Tropical cyclone environments over the northeastern and northwestern pacific based on ERA-15 analyses, M WEATH REV, 129(8), 2001, pp. 1928-1948
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