Latest update: 15 May 2013

FORMAL PUBLICATIONS - Charles A. Doswell III

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A. Lead-authored publications

  1. Doswell, C.A. III, and S.A. Tegtmeier (1973): Rotating clouds at Norman, Oklahoma. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 53, 1180.
  2. ______, and J.T. Schaefer (1976): On the relationship of cirrus clouds to the jet stream. Mon. Wea. Rev., 104, 105-106.
  3. ______ (1977): Obtaining meteorologically significant surface divergence fields through the filtering property of objective analysis. Mon. Wea. Rev., 105, 885-892.
  4. ______ (1980): Synoptic scale environments associated with High Plains severe thunderstorms. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 61, 1388-1400.
  5. ______, L.R. Lemon and R.A. Maddox (1981): Forecaster training - A review and analysis. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 61, 983-988.
  6. ______ (1984): A kinematic analysis of frontogenesis associated with a nondivergent vortex. J. Atmos. Sci., 41, 1241-1248.
  7. ______ (1986): The human element in weather forecasting. Nat. Wea. Dig., 11, No. 2, 6-18.
  8. ______ (1987): The distinction between large-scale and mesoscale contribution to severe convection: A case study example. Wea. Forecasting, 2, 3-16.
  9. ______, and D.W. Burgess (1988): On some issues of United States tornado climatology. Mon. Wea. Rev., 116, 495-501.
  10. ______, and F. Caracena (1988): Derivative estimation from marginally-sampled vector point functions. J. Atmos. Sci., 45, 242-253.
  11. ______, and J.A. Flueck (1989): Forecasting and verifying in a field research project: DOPLIGHT '87. Wea. Forecasting, 4, 97-109.
  12. ______, R. Davies-Jones and D.L. Keller (1990): On summary measures of skill in rare event forecasting based on contingency tables. Wea. Forecasting, 5, 576-585.
  13. ______ (1991): A review for forecasters on the application of hodographs to forecasting severe thunderstorms. Nat. Wea. Dig., 15, No. 1, 2-16.
  14. ______ (1991): A point of clarification about area and energy on common thermodynamic diagrams. Wea. Forecasting, 6, 299-301.
  15. ______ (1992): Forecaster workstation design: Issues and concepts. Wea. Forecasting, 7, 398-407.
  16. ______, and E.N. Rasmussen (1994): The effect of neglecting the virtual temperature correction on CAPE calculations. Wea. Forecasting, 9, 625-629.
  17. ______, H.E. Brooks and R.A. Maddox (1996): Flash flood forecasting: An ingredients-based methodology. Wea. Forecasting, 11, 560-581. [winner: NSSL Outstanding Scientific Paper Award, January 1999]
  18. ______, and S.G. Lasher-Trapp (1997): On measuring the degree of irregularity in an observing network. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 13, 120-132.
  19. ______, and H.E. Brooks (1998): Budget-cutting and the value of weather services. Wea. Forecasting, 13, 206-212.
  20. ______, C. Ramis, R. Romero and S. Alonso (1998): A diagnostic study of three heavy precipitation episodes in the western Mediterranean. Wea. Forecasting, 13, 102-124.
  21. ______, and H.E. Brooks (1999): Case analysis of a historic killer tornado event in Kansas on 10 June 1938, Ann. Improbable Res., 5, No.3., 14-15.
  22. ______, A.R. Moller and H.E. Brooks (1999): Storm spotting and public awareness since the first tornado forecasts of 1948. Wea. Forecasting, 14, 544-557.
  23. _______, and H.E. Brooks (2002). Lessons learned from the damage produced by the tornadoes of 3 May 1999. Wea. Forecasting, 17, 611-618.
  24. ______, D.V. Baker and C.A. Liles (2002): Recognition of negative mesoscale factors for severe weather potential: A case study. Wea. Forecasting, 17, 937-954.
  25. ______, and J.S. Evans (2003): Proximity sounding analysis for derechos and supercells - An assessment of similarities and differences. Atmos. Res., 58, 117-133.
  26. ______ (2003): Societal impacts of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes: Lessons learned and implications for Europe. Atmos Res., 58, 135-152.
  27. ______, and P.M. Markowski (2004): Is buoyancy a relative quantity? Mon. Wea. Rev., 132, 853-863.
  28. ______ (2004): Weather forecasting by humans - Heuristics and decision-making. Wea. Forecasting, 19, 1115-1126.
  29. ______, H.E. Brooks, and M. Kay (2005): Climatological distributions of daily local nontornadic severe thunderstorm events in the United States. Wea Forecasting, 20, 577-595.
  30. ______ (2005): Progress toward developing a practical societal response to severe convection. Nat. Hazards and Earth System Sci., 5, 691-702.
  31. ______, R. Edwards,  R.L. Thompson, J.A. Hart, and K.C. Crosbie (2006): A simple and flexible method for ranking severe weather events.  Wea. Forecasting, 21, 931-951.
  32. ______, and D. M. Schultz (2006):  On the use of indices and parameters in severe forecasting severe storms.  Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor.,  1 (3), 1-22.
  33. ______ (2007): Historical overview of severe convective storms research. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 2 (1), 1-25.
  34. ______, and M.J. Haugland (2007): A comparison of two cold fronts - Effects of the planetary boundary layer on the mesoscale. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 2 (4), 1-12.
  35. ______ (2007): Small sample size and data quality issues illustrated using tornado occurrence data. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 2 (5), 1-16.
  36. ______, H. E. Brooks, and N. Dotzek (2009): On the implementation of the enhanced Fujita scale in the USA. Atmos. Res., 93, 554-563.
  37. ______, G.W. Carbin, and H.E. Brooks (2012): The tornadoes of spring 2011 in the USA:  An historical perspective. Weather, 67, 88–94.


B. Other peer-reviewed publications

  1. Moller, A., C. Doswell, J. McGinley, S. Tegtmeier and R. Zipser (1974): Field observations of the Union City tornado in Oklahoma. Weatherwise, 27, 68-79.
  2. Schaefer, J.T., and C.A. Doswell III (1978): The inherent position errors in double-theodolite pibal measurements. J. Appl. Meteor., 17, 911-915.
  3. Kelly, D.R., J.T. Schaefer, R.P. McNulty, C.A. Doswell III and R.F. Abbey, Jr. (1978): An augmented tornado climatology. Mon. Wea. Rev., 106, 1172-1183.
  4. Schaefer, J.T., and C.A. Doswell III (1979): On the interpolation of a vector field. Mon. Wea. Rev., 107, 458-476.
  5. Lemon, L.R., and C.A. Doswell III (1979): Severe thunderstorm evolution and mesocyclone structure as related to tornadogenesis. Mon. Wea. Rev., 107, 1184-1197.
  6. Schaefer, J.T., D.L. Kelly, C.A. Doswell III, J.G. Galway, R.J. Williams, R.P. McNulty, L.R. Lemon, and B.D. Lambert (1980): Tornadoes: When -- where -- how often. Weatherwise, 33, 52-59.
  7. ______, and C.A. Doswell III (1980): The theory and application of antitriptic balance. Mon. Wea. Rev., 108, 746-756.
  8. Maddox, R.A., and C.A. Doswell III (1982): An examination of jetstream configurations, 500 mb vorticity advection and low level thermal advection patterns during extended periods of intense convection. Mon. Wea. Rev., 109, 184-197.
  9. ______, and ______ (1982): Forecasting severe thunderstorms: A brief consideration of some accepted techniques. Nat. Wea. Dig., 7, No. 2, 26-30.
  10. Schaefer, J.T., and C.A. Doswell III (1984): Empirical orthogonal function expansion applied to progressive tornado outbreaks. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 62, 929-936.
  11. Kelly, D.L., J.T. Schaefer and C.A. Doswell III (1985): Climatology of nontornadic severe thunderstorm events in the United States. Mon. Wea. Rev., 113, 1997-2014.
  12. Zamora, R.J., M.A. Shapiro and C.A. Doswell III (1987): Diagnosis of upper tropospheric divergence and ageostrophic wind using profiler wind observations. Mon. Wea. Rev., 115, 871-884.
  13. Setvák, M., and C.A. Doswell III (1991): The AVHRR channel 3 cloud top reflectivity of convective storms. Mon. Wea. Rev., 119, 841-847.
  14. Schwartz, B.E., and C.A. Doswell III (1991): North American rawinsonde observations: Problems, concerns, and a call to action. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 72, 1885-1896.
  15. Branick, M.L., and C.A. Doswell III (1992): An observation of the relationship between supercell structure and lightning ground strike polarity. Wea. Forecasting, 7, 143-149.
  16. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III and R.A. Maddox (1992): On the use of mesoscale and cloud-scale models in operational forecasting. Wea. Forecasting, 7, 120-132.
  17. Jincai, D., C.A. Doswell III, D.W. Burgess, M.P. Foster and M.L. Branick (1992): Verification of mesoscale forecasts during MAP '88 and MAP '89. Wea. Forecasting, 7, 468-479.
  18. Johns, R.H., and C.A. Doswell III (1992): Severe local storms forecasting. Wea. Forecasting, 7, 588-612.
  19. Imy, D.A., K.J. Pence and C.A. Doswell III (1992): On the need for volumetric radar data when issuing severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings. Nat. Wea. Dig., 17, No. 4, 2-17.
  20. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III and L.J. Wicker (1993): STORMTIPE: A forecasting experiment using a three-dimensional cloud model. Wea. Forecasting, 8, 352-362.
  21. ______, and ______ (1993): New technology and numerical weather prediction: A wasted opportunity? Weather, 48, 173-177..
  22. ______, ______, and R.B. Wilhelmson (1994): On the role of the mid-tropospheric winds in the evolution and maintenance of low-level mesocyclones. Mon Wea. Rev., 122, 126-136. [winner: 1996 ERL Outstanding Scientific Paper Award]
  23. Davies, J.M., C.A. Doswell III, D.W. Burgess and J.F. Weaver (1994): Some noteworthy aspects of the Hesston, Kansas tornado family of 13 March 1990. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 75, 1007-1017.
  24. Moller, A.R., M.P. Foster, C.A. Doswell III and G.R. Woodall (1994): The operational recognition of supercell thunderstorm environments and storm structures. Wea. Forecasting, 8, 327-347.
  25. Rasmussen, E.N., J.M. Straka, R. Davies-Jones, C.A. Doswell III, F.H. Carr, M.D. Eilts and D.R. MacGorman (1994): Verification of the Origins of Rotation in Tornadoes EXperiment (VORTEX). Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 75, (995-1006).
  26. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III and J. Cooper (1994): On the environments of tornadic and non-tornadic mesocyclones. Wea. Forecasting, 9, 606-618.
  27. Sanders, F.P., and C.A. Doswell III (1995): A case for detailed surface analysis. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 76, 505-521.
  28. Carr, F.H., P.L. Spencer, C.A. Doswell III and J.D. Powell (1995): A comparison of two objective analysis techniques for profiler time-height data. Mon. Wea. Rev., 123, 2165-2180.
  29. Spencer, P.L., F.H. Carr, and C.A. Doswell III (1996): Diagnosis of an amplifying and decaying baroclinic wave using wind profiler data. Mon. Wea. Rev., 124, 209-223.
  30. Brooks, H.E., and C.A. Doswell III (1996): A comparison between measures-oriented and distributions-oriented approaches to forecast verification. Wea. Forecasting, 11, 288-303.
  31. Romero, R., C. Ramis, S. Alonso, C.A. Doswell III and D.J. Stensrud (1998): Mesoscale model simulations of three heavy precipitation events in the western Mediterranean region. Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 1859-1881.
  32. Spencer, P.L., P.R. Janish and C.A. Doswell III (1999): A 4-dimensional objective analysis scheme and multi-triangle technique for wind profiler data. Mon. Wea. Rev., 127, 279-291.
  33. Hall, T., H.E. Brooks, and C.A. Doswell III (1999): Precipitation forecasting using a neural network. Wea. Forecasting, 14, 338-345.
  34. Schultz, D.M., and C.A. Doswell III (1999): Conceptual models of upper-level frontogenesis in southwesterly and northwesterly flow. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc. 125, 2535-2562.
  35. Trapp, R.J., and C.A. Doswell III (2000): Radar data objective analysis. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 17, 105-120.
  36. Schultz, D.M., and C.A. Doswell III (2000): Analyzing Rocky Mountain lee cyclogenesis often associated with damaging winds. Wea. Forecasting, 15, 152-173.
  37. Romero, R., C.A. Doswell III, and C. Ramis (2000): Mesoscale numerical study of two cases of long-lived quasistationary convective systems over eastern Spain. Mon. Wea. Rev., 128, 3731-3751. 
  38. Schultz, D.M., P.N. Schumacher and C.A. Doswell III (2000): The intricacies of instabilities. Mon. Wea. Rev., 128, 4143-4148.
  39. Brooks, H.E., and C.A. Doswell III (2001): Some aspects of the international climatology of tornadoes by damage. Atmos. Res., 56, 191-201.
  40. ______, and ______ (2001): Normalized damage from major tornadoes in the United States: 1890-1999. Wea. Forecasting, 16, 168-176.
  41. Evans, J., and C.A. Doswell III (2001): Examination of derecho environments using proximity soundings. Wea. Forecasting, 16, 329-342.
  42. Romero, R., C.A. Doswell III and R. Riosalido (2001): Observations and fine-grid simulations of a convection outbreak in northeastern Spain: Importance of diurnal forcing and convective cold pools. Mon. Wea. Rev., 129, 2157-2182.
  43. Spencer, P.L., and C.A. Doswell III (2001): A quantitative comparison between traditional and line integral methods of derivative estimation. Mon. Wea. Rev., 129, 2538-2554.
  44. Smith, J.A., M.L. Baeck, Y. Zhang and C.A. Doswell III (2001): Extreme rainfall and flooding from supercell thunderstorms. J. Hydrometeor., 2, 469-489.
  45. Brooks, H.E., and C.A. Doswell III (2002): Deaths in the 3 May 1999 Oklahoma City tornadoes from a historical perspective Wea. Forecasting, 17, 354-361.
  46. Speheger, D.A., C.A. Doswell III and G.J. Stumpf (2002): The tornadoes of 3 May 1999: Event verification in Central Oklahoma and related issues. Wea. Forecasting, 17, 362-381.
  47. Hanstrum, B.N., G.A. Mills, A. Watson, J.P. Monteverdi and C.A. Doswell III (2002): The cool-season tornadoes of California and southern Australia. Wea. Forecasting, 17, 705-722.
  48. Monteverdi, J.P., C.A. Doswell III and G.S. Lipari (2003): Shear parameter thresholds for forecasting California tornadic thunderstorms. Wea. Forecasting, 18, 357-370.
  49. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III and M. Kay (2003): Climatological estimates of local daily tornado probability for the United States. Wea. Forecasting, 18, 626-640.
  50. Setvák, M., R.M. Rabin, C.A. Doswell III, and V. Levizzani (2003): Satellite observations of convective storm top features in the 1.6 and 3.7/3.9 mm spectral bands. Atmos. Res,, 58, 607-627.
  51. Ramsay, H., and C.A. Doswell III (2005): A sensitivity study of hodograph-based methods for estimating supercell motion. Wea. Forecasting, 20, 954-970.
  52. Romero, R., M. Gaya, and C.A. Doswell III (2007): European climatology of severe convective storm environmental parameters: A test for significant tornado events. Atmos. Res., 83, 389-404.
  53. Spencer, P,L, M.A. Askelson, and C.A. Doswell III (2007):  Choosing the smoothing parameters within a multiple-pass Barnes objective analysis scheme:  A cautionary noteJ. Atmos. Oceanic Technol, 24, 713-726.
  54. Loftus, A.M., D.B. Weber, and C.A. Doswell III (2008):  Parameterized mesoscale forcing mechanisms for initiating numerically-simulated isolated multicellular convection.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 136, 2408-2421.
  55. Shafer, C.M., A.E. Mercer, C.A. Doswell III, M.B. Richman, and L.M. Leslie (2009):  Evaluation of WRF forecasts of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks when initialized with synoptic-scale input.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 137, 1250-1271.
  56. Mercer, A.E., C.M. Shafer, C.A. Doswell III, L.M. Leslie, and M.B. Richman (2009): Objective classification of tornadic and nontornadic severe weather outbreaks.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 137, 4355-4368
  57. Shafer, C.M., and C.A. Doswell III (2010): A multivariate index for ranking and classifying severe weather outbreaks. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5(1), 1-39.
  58. Shafer, C.M., A.E. Mercer, L.M. Leslie, M.B. Richman, and C. A. Doswell III (2010): Evaluation of WRF model simulations of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks occurring in the spring and fall. Mon. Wea. Rev., 138, 4098-4119.
  59. Shafer, C.M., C.A. Doswell III, L.M. Leslie, and M.B. Richman (2010): On the use of areal coverage of parameters favorable for severe weather to discriminate major outbreaks. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 5 (7), 143.
  60. Shafer, C. M., and C. A. Doswell III (2011):  Using kernel density estimation to identify, rank, and classify severe weather outbreak events. Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 6 (2), 1–28.
  61. Mercer, A. E., C. M. Shafer, C. A. Doswell III, L. M. Leslie, M. B. Richman, and C.A. Doswell III (2012).  Synoptic composites of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 140, 25902608.
  62. Shafer, C.M., A.E. Mercer, M.B. Richman, and L.M. Leslie (2012):  An assessment of areal coverage of severe weather parameters for severe weather outbreak diagnosis.  Wea. Forecasting, 27, 809831.
  63. Maddox, R.A., M.S. Gilmore, C.A. Doswell III, R.H. Johns, C.A. Crisp, D.W. Burgess, J.A. Hart, and S.F. Pilz (2013):  Meteorological analyses of the Tri-State tornado even of March 1925.  Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 8(1), 1-27.
  64. John, R.H., D.W. Burgess, C.A. Doswell III, M.S. Gilmore, J.A. Hart, and S.F. Pilz (2013):  The 1925 Tri-State tornado damage path and associated storm system.  Electronic J. Severe Storms Meteor., 8(2), 1-33.

 

C. Textbooks, Chapters in Books, Monographs, or Encyclopedias

  1. Doswell, C.A. III (1986): Short range forecasting. Mesoscale Meteorology and Forecasting, Chapter 29 (P. Ray, Ed.), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 689-719.
  2. ______, and M.L. Branick (1992): Weather Merit badge pamphlet, Boy Scouts of America (Irving, Texas), 80 pp.
  3. ______, and D.W. Burgess (1993): Tornadoes and tornadic storms: A review of conceptual models. The Tornado: Its Structure, Dynamics, Hazards, and Prediction (Geophys. Monogr. 79) (C. Church, D. Burgess, C. Doswell, and R. Davies-Jones, Eds.), Amer. Geophys. Union, 161-172.
  4. ______, R.H. Johns and S.J. Weiss (1993): Tornado forecasting: A review (Invited paper). The Tornado: Its Structure, Dynamics, Hazards, and Prediction (Geophys. Monogr. 79) (C. Church, D. Burgess, C. Doswell, and R. Davies-Jones, Eds.), Amer. Geophys. Union, 557-571.
  5. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III and R.P. Davies-Jones (1993): Environmental helicity and the maintenance and evolution of low-level mesocyclones. The Tornado: Its Structure, Dynamics, Hazards, and Prediction (Geophys. Monogr. 79) (C. Church, D. Burgess, C. Doswell, and R. Davies-Jones, Eds.), Amer. Geophys. Union, 97-104.
  6. Doswell, C.A. III (1996): Thunderstorms. Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather (S. Schneider, Ed.), Oxford University Press (New York), 757-761.
  7. ______ (1996): Storms. Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather (S. Schneider, Ed.), Oxford University Press (New York), 720-723.
  8. ______ (2001): Severe convective storms -- An overview. Severe Convective Storms, Meteor. Monogr., 28, no. 50, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 1-26.
  9. ______, and L.F. Bosart (2001): Extratropical synoptic-scale processes and severe convection. Severe Convective Storms, Meteor. Monogr ., 28, no. 50, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 27-69.
  10. ______ (2002): Flooding. Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences (J. Holton, J. Curry, and J. Pyle, Eds.), Academic Press (New York), 769-776.
  11. ______ (2002): Severe storms. Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences (J. Holton, J. Curry, and J. Pyle, Eds.), Academic Press (New York), 2054-2061.
  12. Brooks, H., C. Doswell III, D. Dowell, R. Holle, B. Johns, D. Jorgensen, D. Schultz, D. Stensrud, S. Weiss, L. Wicker, and D. Zaras, 2003: Severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. Chapter 29, Handbook of Weather, Climate, and Water: Dynamics, Climate, Physical Meteorology, Weather Systems, and Measurements (B. R. Colman and T. D. Potter, Eds.), John Wiley and Sons, 575-619.
  13. Doswell, C.A. III (2005): Storm systems. Chap. 27, Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences (M.G. Anderson, Ed.), John Wiley and Sons, DOI: 10.1002/0470848944.hsa029, 413-422.
  14. Doswell, C.A. III (2007): The science of storms. Adventures in Tornado Alley: The Storm Chasers (M. Hollingshead and E. Nguyen), Thames and Hudson, Ltd., 177-187.
  15. *Doswell, C.A. III (2012): Severe storms. Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing (Eni Njoku, Ed.), Springer, [in press].

 

D. Comments or replies to comments

  1. Doswell, C.A. III and J.T. Schaefer (1976): Reply to comments on "On the relationship of cirrus clouds to the jet stream." Mon. Wea. Rev., 104, 1185.
  2. Weiss, S.J., C.A. Doswell III, and F.P. Ostby (1980): Comments on "Automated 12-36 hour probability forecasts of thunderstorms and severe local storms." J. Appl. Meteor., 19, 1328-1333.
  3. Doswell, C.A. III and R.A. Maddox (1982): Reply to comments on "Forecaster training - A review and analysis." Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 63, 785-786.
  4. ______ and ______ (1983): Reply to comments on "Forecaster training - A review and analysis." Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 64, 518.
  5. ______ (1983): Comments on "Photographic documentation of some distinctive cloud forms observed beneath a large cumulonimbus." Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 64, 1389-1390.
  6. ______ (1985): Reply to comments on "A kinematic analysis of frontogenesis associated with a nondivergent vortex." J. Atmos. Sci., 42, 2076-2079.
  7. ______ (1988): Comments on "An improved technique for computing the horizontal pressure-gradient force at the earth's surface." Mon. Wea. Rev., 116, 1251-1254.
  8. ______ (1989): Comments on "Vertical motion evaluation of a Colorado snowstorm from a synoptician's perspective." Wea. Forecasting, 4, 568-570.
  9. _____ (1990): Comments on "A winter mesocyclone over the midwestern United States." Wea. Forecasting, 5, 162-165.
  10. ______ (1990): Comments on "On the need for augmentation in automated surface observations." Nat. Wea. Dig., 15, No. 3. 29-30.
  11. ______, and S.L. Barnes (1991): Comments on "The theoretical, discrete, and actual response of the Barnes objective analysis scheme for one- and two-dimensional fields." Mon. Wea. Rev., 119, 1490-1492.
  12. ______ (1991): Comments on "Mesoscale convective patterns of the southern High Plains." Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 72, 389-390.
  13. ______, R. Davies-Jones and D.L. Keller (1991): Reply to comments on "On summary measures of skill in rare event forecasting based on contingency tables." Wea. Forecasting, 6, 403.
  14. Schwartz, B.E., and C.A. Doswell III (1992): Reply to comments on "North American rawinsonde observations: Problems, concerns, and a call to action." Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 73, 1457.
  15. Doswell, C.A. III, and H.E. Brooks (1993): Supercell thunderstorms [Comments on "How severe can a 'severe thunderstorm' be?: An investigation into two violent electrical storms in Australia"]. Weather, 48, 209-210.
  16. ______, and ______ (1993): Comments on "Anomalous cloud-to-ground lightning in an F5-tornado-producing supercell thunderstorm on 28 August 1990." Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 74, 2213-2218.
  17. Davies-Jones, R., C.A. Doswell III, and H.E. Brooks (1994): Comments on "Initiation and evolution of updraft rotation within an incipient supercell thunderstorm." J. Atmos. Sci., 51, 326-331.
  18. Doswell, C.A. III (1995): Comments on "Single-Doppler radar observations of a mini-supercell tornadic thunderstorm." Mon. Wea. Rev., 123, 230-234.
  19. Schultz, D.M., C.A. Doswell III and J.V. Cortinas, Jr. (2002): Comments on "An operational ingredients-based methodology for forecasting midlatitude winter season precipitation." Mon. Wea. Rev., 130, 160-167.
  20. Doswell, C.A. III (2003): Comments on "Extraction of geopotential height and temperature structure from profiler and rawinsonde winds." Mon. Wea. Rev., 131, 1502-1503.
  21. _____ (2006):  Comments on "Contraction rate and its relationship to frontogenesis, the Lyapaunov exponent, fluid trapping, and airstream boundaries."  Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 2642-2643.
  22. ______ (2007):  Comments on "A preliminary study of severe wind-producing MCSs in environments of limited moisture."  Wea. Forecasting, 22, 1360-1361.
  23. ______ (2008):  Comments on "The mysteries of mammatus clouds:  Observations and formative mechanisms."  J. Atmos. Sci., 65, 1093-1094.
  24. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III, and D. Sutter (2008):  Comments on "Low-level winds in tornadoes and potential catastrophic tornado impacts in urban areas." Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 89, 87-90.