FY-2001 Publications
(October 1, 2000-September 30, 2001)
(names of HRD authors appear in capital letters)

[1] ABERSON, S.D. The ensemble of tropical cyclone track forecasting models in the North Atlantic Basin (1976-2000). Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 82(9):1895-1904 (2001).
[2] GOLDENBERG, S.B., C.W. LANDSEA, A.M. Mestas-NuÒez, and W.M. Gray. The recent increase in Atlantic hurricane activity. Causes and implications. Science, 293:474-479 (2001).
[3] KAPLAN, J., and M. DeMaria. On the decay of tropical winds after landfall in the New England area. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 40(2):280-286 (2001).
[4] Katzberg, S.J., R.A. Walker, J.H. Roles, T. Lynch, and P.G. BLACK. First GPS signals reflected from the interior of a tropical storm: Preliminary results from Hurricane Michael. Geophysical Research Letters, 28(10):1981-1984 (2001).
[5] Kollias, P., B.A. Albrecht, and F.D. MARKS. Raindrop sorting induced by vertical drafts in convective clouds. Geophysical Research Letters, 28(14):2787-2790 (2001).
[6] LANDSEA, C.W. Comment on ìChanges in the rates of North Atlantic major hurricane activity during the 20th century.î Geophysical Research Letters, 28(14):2871-2872 (2001).
No abstract.
[7] LANDSEA, C.W. El NiÒo-Southern Oscillation and the seasonal predictability of tropical cyclones. In El NiÒo and the Southern Oscillation: Multiscale Variability and Global and Regional Impacts, H.F. Diaz and V. Markgraf (eds). Cambridge University Press, 149-181 (ISBN 0521621380) (2000).
[8] Lee, W.-C., B. J.-D. Jou, P.-L. Chang, and F.D. MARKS. Tropical cyclone kinematic structure retrieved from single-Doppler radar observations. Part III: Evolution and structures of Typhoon Alex (1987). Monthly Weather Review, 128(12):3982-4001 (2000).
[9] Michaels, M., M. Shepard, S.D. ABERSON, H.A. FRIEDMAN, and K. Murphy. Survey results of Society membership: The face of our profession at the threshold of the new millennium. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 82(7):1331-1352 (2001).
[10] OOYAMA, K.V. A dynamic and thermodynamic foundation for modeling the moist atmosphere with parameterized microphyics. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 58(15):2073-2102 (2001).
[11] Phoebus, P.A., D.R. Smith, P.J. Croft, H.A. FRIEDMAN, M.C. Hayes, K.A. Murphy, M.K. Ramamurthy, B. Watkins, and J.W. Zeitler. Meeting summary: Ninth AMS symposium of education. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 82(2):295-303 (2001).
[12] REASOR, P.D., and M.T. Montgomery. Three-dimensional alignment and corotation of weak, TC-like vortices via linear vortex Rossby waves. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 58(16):2306-2330 (2001).
[13] ROGERS, R.F., and J.M. Fritsch. Surface cyclogenesis from convectively-driven amplification of mid-level mesoscale convective vortices. Monthly Weather Review, 129(4):605-637 (2001).
[14] Testud, J., S. Oury, R.A. BLACK, P. Amayenc, and X. Dou. The concept of ìnormalizedî distribution to describe raindrop spectra: A tool for cloud physics and cloud remote sensing. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 40(6):1118-1140 (2001).
[15] WILLOUGHBY, H.E., and R.W. JONES. Nonlinear motion of a barotropic vortex in still air and in an environmental zonal flow. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 58(14):1907-1923 (2001).
[16] Wright, C.W., E.J. Walsh, D. Vandemark, W.B. Krabill, A.W. Garcia, S.H. Houston, M.D. POWELL, P.G. BLACK, and F.D. MARKS. Hurricane directional wave spectrum spatial variation in the open ocean. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 31(8):2472-2488 (2001).