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Previous work

Below is a listing of selected publications produced in whole or in part by members of the Mesoscale Dynamics Group:

Kastman, J., P.S. Market, N. I. Fox, 2018: Dynamic ensemble analysis of frontal placement impacts in the presence of elevated thunderstorms during PRECIP Events. Atmosphere, 9, 339.

Market, P.S., S. M. Rochette, J. Shewchuk, R. Difani, J.S. Kastman, C. B. Henson, N.I. Fox, 2017: Evaluating elevated convection with the downdraft convective inhibition. Atmospheric Science Letters. DOI: 10.1002/asl.727

Rochette, S.M., P.S. Market, C.M. Gravelle, and T.A. Niziol, 2017: A case study of anomalous snowfall with an Alberta Clipper. Advances in Meteorology, Article ID 8406379, doi:10.1155/2017/8406379

Kastman, J.S, L. McCoy, P.S. Market, and N.I. Fox, 2017: An example of synergistic coupling of upper- and lower-level jets associated with flash flooding. Met. Apps, 24, 206210. doi:10.1002/met.1618

Kastman, J.S, P.S. Market, S.M. Rochette, and A.R. Lupo, 2017: Assessing upper tropospheric jet streak proximity using the Rossby radius of deformation. Atmosphere, 8, 2. doi:10.3390/atmos8010002

McCoy L.P., P.S. Market, C.M. Gravelle, C.E. Graves, N.I. Fox, S.M. Rochette, J. Kastman, B.M. Svoma, 2017: Composites of heavy rain producing elevated thunderstorms in the MO-KS-OK region of the United States. Advances in Meteorology, Article ID 6932798, doi:10.1122/2017/6932798

Kastman, J.S, A. Foscato, P.S. Market, and N.I. Fox, 2017: Lightning and rainfall characteristics in elevated vs surface based convection in the Midwest that produce heavy rainfall. Atmosphere, 8, 36.

Neto, G. D, P. S. Market, A. B. Pezza, P. L. da Silva Dias, L. Calvetti, G. C. J. Escobar, 2015: Thundersnow in Brazil: the likely event of July 2013. Atmospheric Science Letters, doi: 10.1002/asl.594

Crandall, K., P. S. Market, A. R. Lupo, R. Tillott, L. McCoy, and J. Abraham, 2015: The application of diabatic heating in Q-vectors for the study of a North American cyclone event. Advances in Meteorology, Article ID 269709.

Rauber, R. M., J. Wegman, D.M. Plummer, A.A. Rosenow, M. Peterson, G. McFarquhar, B.F. Jewett, D. Leon, P. S. Market, K. R. Knupp, J. M. Keeler, S. Battaglia, 2014: Stability and charging characteristics of the comma-head region of continental winter cyclones. J. Atmos.Sci., 71, 1559-1582. doi: 10.1175/JAS-D-13-0253.1

Market, P.S., S.M. Rochette, and A. R. Lupo, 2013: A comparison of modern and historical methods for calculating Montgomery Steamfunction. Atmospheric Science Letters, 14, 41-44. doi: 10.1002/asl.414

Market, P.S., K. Crandall, and R. Rauber, 2012: High-resolution rawinsonde observations of the cold-sector precipitation regions in transient mid- latitude extratropical cyclones. National Weather Digest, 36(1), 3-8.

Rochette, S. M., and P. S. Market, 2011: A case study of an anomalous cold-season easterly jet streak in the mid-latitudes. Electronic Journal of Operational Meteorology, 2011-EJ6.

Neto, G. D., P. S. Market, A. E. Becker, B. Pettegrew, C. Melick, C. Schultz, P.I. Buckley, J. V. Clark, A. R. Lupo, R. Holle, N. Demetriades, and C. E. Barbieri, 2009:  A comparison of two cases of low-latitude thundersnow.  Atmosfera, 22(3), 315-330. 

Pettegrew, B. P., P. S. Market, R. A. Wolf, R. L. Holle, and N. W. S. Demetriades, 2009:  A case study of severe winter convection.  Wea.
Forecasting, 24, 121-139. 

Market, P.S., and A. E. Becker, 2009:  A study of lightning flashes attending periods of banded snowfall.  Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L01809,
doi: 10.1029/2008GL036317


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