Publications that Acknowledged NCAS-M

(NCAS-M Students, NCAS-M Faculty, NOAA Personnel)

September 1, 2016- February 28, 2017

  1. Gaston, C.J., Pratt, K.A., Suski, K.J., May, N.W., Gill, T.E. and Prather, K.A., 2017. Laboratory studies of the cloud droplet activation properties and corresponding chemistry of saline playa dust. Environmental science & technology51(3), pp.1348-1356.
  2. Hamilton, H.L., Young, G.S., Evans, J.L., Fuentes, J.D. and Núñez Ocasio, K.M., 2017. The relationship between the Guinea Highlands and the West African offshore rainfall maximum. Geophysical Research Letters44(2), pp.1158-1166.
  3. Kim, D., Chin, M., Remer, L.A., Diehl, T., Bian, H., Yu, H., Brown, M.E. and Stockwell, W.R., 2017. Role of surface wind and vegetation cover in multi-decadal variations of dust emission in the Sahara and Sahel. Atmospheric Environment148, pp.282-296.
  4. Nalli, N.R., Barnet, C.D., Reale, T., Liu, Q., Morris, V.R., Spackman, J.R., Joseph, E., Tan, C., Sun, B., Tilley, F. and Leung, L.R., 2016. Satellite sounder observations of contrasting tropospheric moisture transport regimes: Saharan air layers, Hadley cells, and atmospheric rivers. Journal of Hydrometeorology17(12), pp.2997-3006.
  5. Smith, T.M., Shen, S.S. and Ferraro, R.R., 2016. Super ensemble statistical forecasting of monthly precipitation over the contiguous united states, with improvements from ocean-area precipitation predictors. Journal of Hydrometeorology17(10), pp.2699-2711.

March 1, 2017 to August 31, 2017

  1. Hand, J.L., Gill, T.E. and Schichtel, B.A., 2017. Spatial and seasonal variability in fine mineral dust and coarse aerosol mass at remote sites across the United States. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres122(5), pp.3080-3097.
  2. Li, S., Joseph, E., Min, Q., Yin, B., Sakai, R. and Payne, M.K., 2017. Remote sensing of PM2. 5 during cloudy and nighttime periods using ceilometer backscatter. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques10(6), pp.2093-2104.
  3. Pierret, J. and Shen, S.S., 2017. 4D visual delivery of big climate data: A fast web database application system. Advances in Data Science and Adaptive Analysis9(03), p.1750006.
  4. Qiao, F. and Liang, X.Z., 2017. Effects of cumulus parameterization closures on simulations of summer precipitation over the continental United States. Climate Dynamics49(1), pp.225-247.
  5. Shen, S.S., Behm, G.P., Song, Y.T. and Qu, T., 2017. A dynamically consistent reconstruction of ocean temperature. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology34(5), pp.1061-1082.

September 1, 2017- February 28, 2018

  1.  Ji, P., X. Yuan, X.-Z. Liang, 2017: Do lateral flows matter for the hyper-resolution land surface modeling? Journal of Geophysical Research, 122, 12,077–12,092.
  2. Klose, M., Gill, T.E., Webb, N.P. and Van Zee, J.W., 2017. Field sampling of loose erodible material: A new system to consider the full particle-size spectrum. Aeolian Research28, pp.83-90.
  3. Medina, R., W. Stockwell and R. M. Fitzgerald, “Optical Characterization of Mineral Dust and Soot Particles in the El Paso-Juarez Airshed”, Journal of Aerosol Science and Engineering, DOI 10.1007/s41810-017-0019-8, 2017.
  4. Nalli, N., A. Gambacorta, Q. Liu. C. Barnet, C. Tan, F. Iturbide-Sanchez, T. Reale, B.  Sun, M. Wilson, L. Borg, and V. Morris. Validation of Atmospheric Profile Retrievals from the SNPP NOAA-Unique Combined Atmospheric Processing System 1. Temperature and Moisture, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 56, 1, 180 Jan 2018 [2021 Impact Factor = 5.600]
  5. Nalli, N., A. Gambacorta, Q. Liu. C. Barnet, C. Tan, F. Iturbide-Sanchez, T. Reale, B.  Sun, M. Wilson, L. Borg, and V. Morris. Validation of Atmospheric Profile Retrievals from the SNPP NOAA-Unique Combined Atmospheric Processing System. Part 2: Ozone, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 56, 1, 598 Jan 2018. [2021 Impact Factor = 5.600]
  6. Stewart, D.R., Saunders, E., Perea, R.A., Fitzgerald, R., Campbell, D.E. and Stockwell, W.R., 2017. Linking air quality and human health effects models: An application to the Los Angeles air basin, vol. 11, pp. 1-13, DOI 10.1177/1178630217737551, Nov. 13, 2017.

March 1, 2018- August 31, 2018

  1. Abdullah, W., R. Reddy, C. Buttler and W. Walters, 2018: Utilizing Bayesian Neural Networks to Model the Ocean-Atmosphere Interface, J. of Mississippi Academy of Sciences, Vol 63, July/October 2018, No. 3-4, PP 338-34 [2021 Impact Factor = N/A]
  2. Reddy, R.S., D. Lu, M. Fadavi, P. Tchounwou, & P. Chigbu, Environmental Modeling and Prediction for Climate and Seasonal Fluctuations over Grand Bay of Gulf of Mexico. 2018, J. of Mississippi Academy of Sciences, Vol. 63, No 3-4, 344-352. [2021 Impact Factor = N/A]
  3. Rivas Jr, J.A., Mohl, J.E., Van Pelt, R.S., Leung, M.Y., Wallace, R.L., Gill, T.E. and Walsh, E.J., 2018. Evidence for regional aeolian transport of freshwater micrometazoans in arid regions. Limnology and oceanography letters3(4), pp.320-330.
  4. Roman, M., Z. Wang, Q. Sun, V. Kalb, S.D. Miller, A.L. Molthan, L.A. Schultz, J.R. Bell, E. Stokes, K. Seto, B. Pandey, D.K. Hall, T. Oda, R.E. Wolfe, G. Lin, N. Golpayegani, S. Devadiga, C.C. Davidson, S. Sarkar, C. Praderas, J. Schmaltz, R.A. Boller, J. Stevens, O.M. Ramos, E. Padilla, J. Alonso, Y. Detres, R. Armstrong, I. Miranda, Y. Conte, N. Marrero, K. MacManus, T. Esch, E.J. Masuoka. June 2018. NASA’s Black Marble Standard Product Suite. Remote Sensing of Environment 210,113-143.
  5. Stewart, D.R., E. Saunders, R. Perea, R. Fitzgerald, D.E. Campbell, W.R. Stockwell, Projected Changes in Particulate Matter Concentrations in the South Coast Air Basin Due to Basin-Wide Reductions in Nitrogen Oxides, Volatile Organic Compounds and Ammonia Emissions, J. Air and Waste Management Association, Accepted, In Press, 2018.
  6. Tong, D.Q., Wang, J.X., Gill, T.E., Lei, H. and Wang, B., 2017. Intensified dust storm activity and Valley fever infection in the southwestern United States. Geophysical research letters, 44(9), pp.4304-4312.
  7. Vereecken, L., B. Aumont, I. Barnes, J.W. Bozzelli, M.J. Goldman, W.H. Green, S. Madronich, M.R. McGillen, A. Mellouki, J.J. Orlando, B. Picquet-Varrault, A.R. Rickard, W.R. Stockwell, T.J. Wallington and W.P.L. Carter, Perspective on Mechanism Development and Structure-Activity Relationships for Gas-phase Atmospheric Chemistry, Int. J. Chem. Kinet., 50, 435–469, 2018 doi: 10.1002/kin.21172. [2021 Impact Factor = 1.462]

September 1, 2018- February 28, 2019

  1. Hicks, M., D. Atkinson, K. Vermeesch, B. Demoz (2019): “Intercomparison of Mixing Layer Heights from the National Weather Service Ceilometer Test Sites and Collocated Radiosondes” (JTECH-D-18-0058) Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 36, 129-137, DOI: 10.1175/JTECH-D-18-0058.1
  2. Lämmlein, L.J. and Shen, S.S., 2018. A Multivariate Regression Reconstruction of the Quasi-Global Annual Precipitation on 1-Deg Grid From 1900 To 2015. Advances in Data Science and Adaptive Analysis10(04), p.1850008.
  3. Jauhiainen, H., F. Masatomo, R. Philipona, R. Dirksen, D. F. Hurst, R. Kivi, H. Vömel, B. B. Demoz, N. Kizu, T. Oakley, K. Shimizu, M. Maturilli, T. Leblanc, F. Madonna, and R. Querel (2019): “Review of Multiple-payload Radiosonde Sounding Configurations for Determining Best-Practice Guidance for GRUAN Site”. Available at
  4. Núñez Ocasio, Kelly M., Jenni L. Evans, and George S. Young, 2019: Tracking mesoscale convective systems that are potential candidates for tropical cyclogenesis. Monthly Weather Review, 148, 655–669, [2021 Impact Factor = 3.735]
  5. Stewart, D.R., E. Saunders, R. Perea, R. Fitzgerald, D.E. Campbell, W.R. Stockwell, Projected Changes in Particulate Matter Concentrations in the South Coast Air Basin Due to Basin-Wide Reductions in Nitrogen Oxides, Volatile Organic Compounds and Ammonia Emissions, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc., 69, 192–208, 2019. doi: 10.1080/10962247.2018.1531795. [2021 Impact Factor = 2.235]
  6. Wei, J., Z. Lee, R. Garcia, L. Zoffoli, R.A. Armstrong, Z. Shang, P. Sheldon, and R. Chen. 2018. An assessment of Landsat 8 atmospheric correction schemes and remote sensing reflectance products in coral reefs and coastal turbid waters. Remote Sensing of Environment 215, 18-32. [2021 Impact Factor = 10.164]
  7. White, L. and M. Koziara, 2018: “Surface thermodynamic gradients associated with Gulf of Mexico sea-breeze fronts”, Advances in Meteorology, 2018, 2601346, [2021 Impact Factor = 1.962]
  8. Wood, J., E. Sadler, N. Fox, S. Greer, L. Gu, P. Guinan, A. Lupo, P. Market, S. Rochette, A. Speck, and L. White, 2019: Land-atmosphere responses toa total solar eclipse in three ecosystems with contrasting structure and physiology. J. Geophys. Res., 124, 530-543, [2021 Impact Factor = 4.261]

March 1, 2019- August 31, 2019

  1. Creamean, J. M., Cross, J. N., Pickart, R., McRaven, L., Lin, P., Pacini, A.,  Hanlon, R., Schmale, D.G., Ceniceros, J., Aydell, T., Colombi, E., Bolger, E., and DeMott, P.J. (2019). Ice nucleating particles carried from below a phytoplankton bloom to the Arctic atmosphere. Geophysical Research Letters, 46, 8572– 8581.
  2. Dreessen J., Orozco D., Boyle J., Szymborski J., Lee P., Flores A., and Sakai, R.K. (2019) Observed Ozone Over the Chesapeake Bay Land-Water Interface: The Hart-Miller Island Pilot Project, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, DOI: 10.1080/10962247.2019.166849
  3. Huang, Y., Kok, J.F., Martin, R.L., Swet, N., Katra, I., Gill, T.E., Reynolds, R.L., and Friere. L.S., 2019. Fine dust emissions from active sands at coastal Oceano Dunes, California. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19:2947-2964.                                                                       
  4. Liu, C.N.; Chiao, S.; Ryoo, J.-M. Asian Long-Range Transport in Relation to Atmospheric Rivers in Northern California. Atmosphere 201910, 313. [2021 Impact Factor = 2.686]
  5. Rivas, J.A., Schröder, T., Gill, T.E., Wallace, R.L. and Walsh, E.J. (2019). Anemochory of diapausing stages of microinvertebrates in North American drylands. Freshwater Biology 64:1303-1314
  6. Shen, S.S.P, 2019: A representativeness assessment of the Angell–Korshover 63-station network sampling based on reanalysis temperature data. Advances in Data Science and Adaptive Analysis, DOI: 10.1142/S2424922X19500013. [2021 Impact Factor = N/A]

September 1, 2019- February 29, 2020

  1. Armstrong, R.A., O. Pizarro, C. Roman. 2019.  Underwater Robotic Technology for Imaging Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems. Chapter 51 In: Loya, Y., Puglise, K. and Bridge T. (Eds.). Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems of the World. Springer. 1003 pages.
  2. Carroll, B. J., Demoz, B. B., Delgado, R. (2019). An Overview of Low-Level Jet Winds and Corresponding Mixed Layer Depths During PECAN. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 124(16), 9141–9160.
  3. Dreessen, J., D. Orozco, J. Boyle, J. Szymborski, P. Lee, A. Flores, and R. K. Sakai, 2019. Observed ozone over the Chesapeake Bay land-water interface: The Hart-Miller Island Pilot Project.  Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 69:11, 1312-1330, DOI: 10.1080/10962247.2019.1668497. [2021 Impact Factor = 2.235]
  4. Garcia-Moliner, G., R.A. Armstrong and M.J. Cerame Vivas. 2019. Essential Fish Habitats of the Deep – Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Published by the Caribbean Fishery Management Council, NOAA. 195 pages.
  5. Hamilton, H. L., K. M. Nuñez Ocasio, J. L. Evans, G. S. Young, and  J. D. Fuentes, Topographic Influence on the African Easterly Jet and African Easterly Wave Energetics. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. doi: 10.1029/2019JD032138
  6. Núñez Ocasio, K. M., J. L. Evans, and G. S. Young, 2020: Tracking Mesoscale Convective Systems that are Potential Candidates for Tropical Cyclogenesis, Mon. Wea. Rev., 148, 655-669, doi:10.1175/MWR-D-19-0070.1. [2020 Impact Factor = 3.435]
  7. Pan, X., Ichoku, C., Chin, M., Bian, H., Darmenov, A., Colarco, P., Ellison, L., Kucsera, T., da Silva, A., Wang, J. and Oda, T., 2020. Six global biomass burning emission datasets: intercomparison and application in one global aerosol model. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics20(2), pp.969-994.
  8. Shen, S. S. P., and R. C. J. Somerville, 2019: Climate Mathematics: Theory and Applications, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 391pp. ISBN: 9781108693882. DOI: 10.1017/9781108693882.
  9. Stockwell, W.R., E. Saunders, W.S. Goliff, and R.M. Fitzgerald, A Perspective on the Development of Gas-phase Chemical Mechanisms for Eulerian Air Quality Models, J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc., 70, n.1, pp.44-70, Dec. 2019, doi: 10.1080/10962247.2019.1694605.
  10. Tucker, T., D. Giglio, M. Scanderbeg, and S. S. P. Shen, 2020: Argovis: A web application for fast delivery, visualization and analysis of Argo data. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Accepted for publication.
  11. Waters, S.M., Purdue, S.K., DeLeon, N., Armstrong, R.A., and Detres, Y. Metagenomic Investigation of African Dust Events in the Caribbean. FEMS Microbiology Letters. (in press).

March 1, 2020- August 31, 2020

  1. Bingkun Luo, Peter J. Minnett, Malgorzata Szczodrak, Nicholas R. Nalli, and Vernon R. Morris Accuracy assessment of MERRA-2 and ERA-Interim temperature and humidity profiles over the Atlantic Ocean using AEROSE observations (2020).  J. Clim. (Impact Factor: 5.707 – 2019), 33, 6889–6909,
  2. Caicedo, V., R. Delgado, R. Sakai, T. Knepp, D. Williams, K. Cavender, B. Lefer, and J. Szykman (2020). An automated common algorithm for planetary boundary layer retrievals using aerosol lidars in support of the U.S. EPA Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations Program. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol. (Impact Factor: 1.952 -2019), doi:
  3. Carroll, B; B. Demoz, D. Turner, R. Delgado (2020): Lidar observations of a mesoscale moisture transport event impacting convection and comparison to the Rapid Refresh models. Monthly Weather Review (Impact Factor: 3.435 – 2019). In Press.
  4. Ichoku, C. (2020). African biomass burning and its atmospheric impacts. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. Oxford University Press. doi: [2021 Impact Factor = N/A]
  5. Karle, N. N.; S. Mahmud.; R. K. Sakai; R. M. Fitzgerald; V. R. Morris; W. R. Stockwell (2020). Investigation of the Successive Ozone Episodes in the El Paso–Juarez Region in the Summer of 2017. Atmosphere (Impact Factor: 2.397 – 2019), 11, 532.
  6. Li, Y., Tong, D. Q., Ngan, F., Cohen, M. D., Stein, A. F., Kondragunta, S., Zhang, X., Ichoku, C., Hyer, E. J. and Kahn, R. A. (2020), Ensemble PM2.5 Forecasting during the 2018 Camp Fire Event Using the HYSPLIT Transport and Dispersion Model. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres (Impact Factor: 3.821- 2019), 125(e2020JD032768)
  7. Lopez-Coto, I., M. Hicks, A. Karion, R. K. Sakai, B. Demoz, K. Prasad, and J. Whetstone (2020). Assessment of Planetary Boundary Layer parametrizations and urban heat island comparison: Impacts and implications for tracer transport. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol. (Impact Factor: 2.506 -2019), doi:
  8. Mahmud, S., Nakul N. Karle, Rosa M. Fitzgerald, Duanjun Lu, Nicholas Nalli, William R. Stockwell (2020). “Intercomparison of Sonde, WRF/CAMx and Satellite Sounder Profile Data for the Paso Del Norte Region”, Aerosol Science and Engineering (Impact factor: NA). Accepted for publication.
  9. Mainhart, M., Pasken, R.W., Chiao, S., Roark, M. (2020). Surface Mesovortices in relation to the Urban Heat Island Effect over the Saint Louis Metropolitan Area. Urban Climate, 31, 100580.
  10. Polanco, J., Manuel Ramos, Rosa M. Fitzgerald, William R. Stockwell (2020). “An Improved Method for Optical Characterization of Mineral Dust and Soot Particles in the El Paso-Juárez Airshed”, Atmosphere (Impact Factor: 2.397 – 2019), 11, 866; doi:10.3390/atmos11080866.
  11. Sanders, S., T. Adams, and E., Joseph (2020).  “Severe Weather Forecasts and Public Perceptions: An Analysis of the 2011 Super Outbreak in Tuscaloosa, Alabama,” Weather, Climate, and Society (Impact Factor: 1.958 – 2019), 12, 473; DOI: 10.1175/WCAS-D-18-0090.1
  12. Tangborn, A., B. Demoz, B. Carroll, J. Santanello and J.  Anderson (2020): Assimilation of lidar planetary boundary layer height observations. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques (Impact factor: 3.668 – 2019), In Press.
  13. Tucker, T., Giglio, D., Scanderbeg, M. and Shen, S.S., 2020. Argovis: a web application for fast delivery, visualization, and analysis of Argo data. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology37(3), pp.401-416. [2021 Impact Factor = 2.075]
  14. Waters, S.M., Purdue, S.K., DeLeon, N., Armstrong, R.A., and Detres, Y. 2020.  Metagenomic Investigation of African Dust Events in the Caribbean. FEMS Microbiology Letters (Impact Factor: 1.997 – 2019). DOI: 10.1093/femsle/fnaa051
  15. White, L., 2020: “Use of Mobile Measurements to Investigate Frontal Structures in Mississippi”, J. Miss. Acad. Sci. (Impact Factor: 0.40 – Researchgate), 65, 170-182.
  16. White, L. and D. Lu, 2020: “Multi-Scale Transects of Three North American Drylines”, Atmosphere (Impact Factor: 2.397 – 2019), 11, 854, doi:10.3390/atmos11080854.
  17. Yin, B., Min, Q., Morgan, E., Yang, Y., Marshak, A., and Davis, A. B.: Cloud top pressure retrieval with DSCOVR-EPIC oxygen A and B bands observation, Atmos. Meas. Tech. Discuss. (Impact factor: 3.668 -2020),, 2020.

September 1, 2020- February 28, 2021

  1. Butterworth, B.J., Desai, A.R., Metzger, S., Townsend, P.A., Schwartz, M.D., Petty, G.W., Mauder, M., Vogelmann, H., Andresen, C.G., Augustine, T.J., Bertram, T.H., Brown, W.O.J., Buban, N., Cleary, P., Durden, D.J., Florian, C.R., Iglinski, T.J., Kruger E. L., Lantz, K. Lee, T.R., Meyers, T.P., Mineau J. K., Olson E. R., Oncley, S.P., Paleri S., Pertzborn R. A., Pettersen, C., Plummer, D.M, Riihimaki, L.D., Guzman, E.R., Sedlar, J., Smith, E.N., Speidel, J., Stoy, P.C., Sühring, M., Thom, J.E., Turner, D.D., Vermeuel, M.P., Wagner, T.J., Wang, Z., Wanner, L., White, L.D., Wilczak, J.M., Wright, D.B., and Zheng, T., 2021. Connecting Land–Atmosphere Interactions to Surface Heterogeneity in CHEESEHEAD19. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society102(2), pp.E421-E445, [2021 Impact Factor = 8.766] 
  2. Moon, Z., J. D. Fuentes, R. M. Staebler, September 2020: Impacts of Spectrally Resolved Irradiance on Photolysis Frequency Calculations within a Forest Canopy, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2020.108012 [2021 Impact Factor = 5.734]
  3. Mahmud, S., Karle, N. N., Fitzgerald, R. M., Lu, D., Nalli, N. R. and Stockwell, W. R. (2020). Intercomparison of Sonde, WRF/CAMx and Satellite Sounder Profile Data for the Paso Del Norte Region. Aerosol Science and Engineering4(4), pp.277-292. [2020 Impact Factor N/A]
  4. Núñez Ocasio, K. M., J. L. Evans, and G. S. Young (2020): A Wave-Relative Framework Analysis of AEW-MCS Interactions Leading to Tropical Cyclogenesis, Monthly Weather Review 148, 4657-4671, DOI:  [2020 Impact Factor = 3.435]
  5. Remer, L.A., Levy, R.C., Mattoo, S., Tanré, D., Gupta, P., Shi, Y., Sawyer, V., Munchak, L.A., Zhou, Y., Kim, M., Ichoku, C., Patadia, F., Li, R.-R., Gassó, S., Kleidman, R. G., and Holben, B. N. (2020) The Dark Target Algorithm for Observing the Global Aerosol System: Past, Present, and Future. Remote Sensing12(18), p.2900. [2020 Impact Factor = 4.509]
  6. Shen, S. S. P., J. Pierret, I. Dorado, and S. Ilawe, 2020: 4DVD visualization and delivery of the 20th Century Reanalysis data: Methods and examples. Theoretical and Applied Climatology142, 243-254,  [2021 Impact Factor = 3.179]
  7. Sloan, V., Haacker, R., White, L., and Morris, V., (2020) Chapter 8: Developing an Anti-Racist REU, in GEO REU Handbook: A Guide for Running Inclusive and Engaging Geoscience Research Internship Programs (1st ed.). Sloan, V., & Haacker, R. (Eds.). doi:10.5065/ycba-qw42.
  8. Tangborn,A., Belay DemozBrian J. Carroll, Joseph Santanello, and Jeffrey L. Anderson Assimilation of lidar planetary boundary layer height observations Atmos. Meas. Tech., 14, 1099–1110, 2021 [2021 Impact Factor = 4.176]

March 1, 2021- August 31, 2021

  1. Carroll, B; B. Demoz, D. Turner, R. Delgado (2021): Lidar observations of a mesoscale moisture transport event impacting convection and comparison to the Rapid Refresh models. Monthly Weather Review.
  2. Creamean, J. M., Ceniceros, J. E., Newman, L., Pace, A. D., Hill, T. C., DeMott, P. J. and Rhodes, M. E., 2021. Evaluating the potential for Haloarchaea to serve as ice nucleating particles. Biogeosciences, 18(12), pp.3751-3762.
  3. Green, A., Gopalakrishnan, S.G., Alaka, G.J. and Chiao, S., 2021. Understanding the Role of Mean and Eddy Momentum Transport in the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Irma (2017) and Hurricane Michael (2018). Atmosphere, 12(4), p.492.
  4. Kholodovsky, V. and Liang, X.Z., 2021. A generalized Spatio-Temporal Threshold Clustering method for identification of extreme event patterns. Advances in Statistical Climatology, Meteorology and Oceanography, 7(1), pp.35-52.
  5. Núñez Ocasio K. M., A Brammer, J. L. Evans, G. S. Young, and Z. L. Moon (2021). Favorable Monsoon Environment over Eastern Africa for Subsequent Tropical Cyclogenesis of African Easterly Waves. Journal of the Atmospheric Science 78(9), 2911-2925, doi:10.1175/JAS-D-20-0339.1.

September 1, 2021- February 28, 2022

  1. Fitzgerald, R.M., Karle, N., Lara, P., Polanco, J., Stockwell, W.R., Optical measurements of Particulate Matter in the El Paso-Juarez Region: Natural Mineral Dust and Soot, The Magazine for Environmental Managers, A&WMA, October 2021.
  2. Herrera-Molina, E., Gill, T.E., Ibarra-Mejia, G. and Jeon, S., 2021. Associations between Dust Exposure and Hospitalizations in El Paso, Texas, USA. Atmosphere12(11), p.1413. [Impact Factor 2021: 2.686]
  3. Karle, N.N., Fitzgerald, R.M., Sakai, R.K., Sullivan, D.W., Stockwell, W.R., Multi-Scale Atmospheric Emissions, Circulation and Meteorological Drivers of Ozone Episodes in El Paso-Juárez Airshed. Atmosphere 2021, 12, 1575. [Impact Factor 2021: 2.686]
  4. Min, L., Fitzjarrald, D. R., Du, Y., Rose, B. E. J., Hong, J., & Min, Q. (2021). Exploring sources of surface bias in HRRR using New York State Mesonet. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, e2021JD034989. [Impact Factor 2021: 4.261]
  5. Reddy, R., D. Lu, M. Fadavi, W. Walters, and P. Chigbu, 2021: Simulations of the Southeast Louisiana and Southern Mississippi Flood of May 8-10 1995 with a Penn State NCAR Mesoscale Model (MM5) and RS/GIS Technology. J. Miss. Acad. Sci., 66, 221-224.
  6. White, L., 2021: Calibration and Applications of Pressure Data from Mobile Platforms. Environ. Sci. Proc. 8, 46,
  7. White, L., 2021. Approaches to Mesoscale Pressure Patterns from Mobile Data Platforms. Environmental Sciences Proceedings8(1), p.46.
  8. Wiggins, E., B. E. Anderson, M. D. Brown, P. Campuzano-Jost, G. Chen, J. Crawford, E. C. Crosbie, J. Dibb, J. P. DiGangi, G. S. Diskin, M. Fenn, F. Gallo, E. Gargulinski, H. Guo, J. W. Hair, H. S. Halliday, C. Ichoku, J. L. Jimenez, C. E. Jordan, J. M. Katich, J. B. Nowak, A. E. Perring, C. E. Robinson, K. J. Sanchez, M. Schueneman, J. P. Schwarz, T. J. Shingler, M. A. Shook, A. Soja, C. E. Stockwell, K. L. Thornhill, K. R. Travis, C. Warneke, E. L. Winstead, L. D. Ziemba, and R. H. Moore, 2021. Reconciling assumptions in bottom-up and top-down approaches for estimating aerosol emission rates from wildland fires using observations from FIREX-AQ. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 126, e2021JD035692. [Impact Factor 2021: 4.261]
  9. Wooster, M.J., Roberts, G.J., Giglio, L., Roy, D.P., Freeborn, P.H., Boschetti, L., Justice, C., Ichoku, C., Schroeder, W., Davies, D., Smith, A.M., Setzer, A., Csiszar, I., Strydom, T., Frost, P., Zhang, T., Xu W., de Jong, M.C., Johnston, J. M., Ellison, L., Vadrevu, K., Sparks, A. M., Nguyen, H., McCarty, J., Tampipat, V., Schmidt, C., and San-Miguel-Ayanz, J., 2021. Satellite remote sensing of active fires: History and current status, applications and future requirements. Remote Sensing of Environment267, p.112694. [2021 Impact Factor = 10.164]
  10. Yang Z., B. Demoz, R. Delgado, J. Sullivan, A. Tangborn, P. Lee (2022). Influence of the transported Canadian wildfire smoke to the ozone pollution over the Mid-Atlantic United States, Atmospheric Environment, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2022.118940. [Impact Factor 2021: 4.798]

March 1, 2022 – August 31, 2022

  1. Fuentes, J. D., T. Gerken, M. Chamecki, P. Stoy, L. Freire, and J. Ruiz-Plancarte. Turbulent transport and reactions of plant-emitted hydrocarbons in an Amazonian rain forest. Atmospheric Environment, 279, p.119094, 2022.
  2. Kalluri, S., Barnet, C., Divakarla, M., Esmaili, R., Nalli, N., Pryor, K., Reale, T., Smith, N., Tan, C., Wang, T. and Warner, J., 2022. Validation and Utility of Satellite Retrievals of Atmospheric Profiles in Detecting and Monitoring Significant Weather Events. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society103(2), pp.E570-E590.
  3. Lara, P.; Fitzgerald, R.M.; Karle, N.N.; Talamantes, J.; Miranda, M.; Baumgardner, D.; Stockwell, W.R. Winter and Wildfire Season Optical Characterization of Black and Brown Carbon in the El Paso-Ciudad Juárez Airshed. Atmosphere 2022, 13, 1201.
  4. Liner, S.; Ryoo, J.-M.; Chiao, S. On the Relationship of Arctic Oscillation with Atmospheric Rivers and Snowpack in the Western United States Using Long-Term Multi-Platform Dataset. Water 2022, 14, 2392.
  5. Pryor, K.; Demoz, B. A Retrospective Satellite Analysis of the June 2012 North American Derecho. Remote Sens. 2022, 14, 3479.
  6. Yang, Z., Demoz, B., Delgado, R., Sullivan, J., Tangborn, A. and Lee, P., 2022. Influence of the transported Canadian wildfire smoke on the ozone and particle pollution over the Mid-Atlantic United States. Atmospheric Environment, p.118940. [2021 Impact Factor = 4.798]
  7. Yang, Z.; Demoz, B.; Delgado, R.; Tangborn, A.; Lee, P.; Sullivan, J.T. The Dynamical Role of the Chesapeake Bay on the Local Ozone Pollution Using Mesoscale Modeling—A Case Study. Atmosphere 2022, 13, 641.