As of: 04 January 2011

INFORMAL PUBLICATIONS - Charles A. Doswell III

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Miscellaneous publications

  1. Doswell, C.A. III (1969): On the interaction between the planetary boundary layer and large-scale vertical velocity. M.S. Thesis, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 30pp.
  2. ______ (1976): The use of filtered surface data to reveal sub-synoptic scale dynamics. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 125pp.
  3. Schaefer, J.T., F.P. Ostby, C.A. Doswell III, L.R. Lemon, R.P. McNulty, S.J. Weiss and L.F. Wilson (1980): Meeting review -- 11th Conference on Severe Local Storms. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 60, 123-129.
  4. ______ and F.P. Ostby (1982): A Kansas City area guide to severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. National Severe Storms Forecast Center, Kansas City, MO, 64106, 29pp.
  5. ______ (1984): Short range forecasting techniques. Vol. 4, AMS/ERL/CIMMS Short Course on Mesoscale Meteorology and Forecasting, Boulder, CO, 40 pp.
  6. Lewis, J.M., C. Doswell, C. Crisp, S. Fredrickson, and L. Showell (1988): Plan for Project GUFMEX. Informal Report, Natl. Severe Storms Lab., Norman, Okla., 38pp.
  7. Doswell, C.A. III (1988): On the Use of Hodographs--Vertical Wind Profile Information in Severe Storms Forecasting. NOAA/NWS/SRH, Scientific Services Division, Fort Worth, Tex., and NOAA/ERL, Natl. Severe Storms Lab., Norman, Okla., 19pp.
  8. Caracena, F., R.L. Holle, and C.A. Doswell III (1989): Microbursts: A Handbook for Visual Identification. NOAA/ERL, Natl. Severe Storms Lab., Norman, Okla. (Available from U.S. Superintendent of Documents, Washington D.C. 20402, Req. No. 9.01701), 35pp.
  9. Doswell, C.A. III (1989): Fundamental concepts of operational mesoscale analysis and forecasting for severe convective storms (Part 1). Lectures presented at the WMO Training Workshop on Observations and Forecast Methods for Very Short-Range Forecasting, WMO Tech. Doc. No. 290 (PSMP Report Series No. 30), 81-99.
  10. ______ (1989): Fundamental concepts of operational mesoscale analysis and forecasting for severe convective storms (Part 2). Lectures presented at the WMO Training Workshop on Observations and Forecast Methods for Very Short-Range Forecasting, WMO Tech. Doc. No. 290 (PSMP Report Series No. 30), 100-117.
  11. ______ (1989): Recent research findings on the role of vertical wind shear: Applications to forecasting. Lectures presented at the WMO Training Workshop on Observations and Forecast Methods for Very Short-Range Forecasting, WMO Tech. Doc. No. 290 (PSMP Report Series No. 30), 141-156.
  12. ______ (1990): On the Use of Hodographs: Vertical Wind Profile Information Applied to Forecasting Severe Thunderstorms (2nd ed.). NOAA/NWS/SRH, Sci&endash;entific Services Division, Fort Worth, Tex., and NOAA/ERL, Natl. Severe Storms Lab., Norman, Okla., 37 pp.
  13. Elliott, R.L., K.C. Crawford, F. Brock, G.W. Cuperus, S.J. Stadler, H.L. Johnson and C.A. Doswell III (1991): Mesonet: Oklahoma's automated weather network. Report of presentation at the 1991 International Summer Meeting (Albuquerque, NM), Amer. Soc. Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MI, 9 pp.
  14. Doswell, C.A. III, and H.E. Brooks (1993): Supercell thunderstorms. Weather, 48, 209-210.
  15. _______ (1996): Review of "In the Shadow of the Tornado." Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 77, 2958-2959.
  16. Droegemeier, K.K., J.D. Smith, S. Businger, C. Doswell III, J. Doyle, C. Duffy, E. Foufoula-Georgiou, V. Krajewski, M. LeMone, C. Mass, R. Pielke Sr., P. Ray, S. Rutledge and E. Zipser (2000): Hydrological aspects of weather prediction and flood warnings: Report of the Ninth Prospectus Development Team of the U.S. Weather Research Program. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 81, 2665-2680.
  17. Doswell, C.A. III (2002): Severe convective storms - Conceptual models and terminology. Lecture given at CHMI/EUMETSAT Workshop on Severe Convective Storms, Prague, Czech Republic.
  18. _______, and H.E. Brooks (2002): Severe convective storms &endash; Nowcasting and warning (Part I). Lecture given at CHMI/EUMETSAT Workshop on Severe Convective Storms, Prague, Czech Republic.
  19. _______, and G.J. Stumpf (2002): Storm damage surveys. Lecture given at CHMI/EUMETSAT Workshop on Severe Convective Storms, Prague, Czech Republic.
  20. Brooks, H.E., and C.A. Doswell III (2002): Severe convective storms &endash; Nowcasting and warning (Part II). Lecture given at CHMI/EUMETSAT Workshop on Severe Convective Storms, Prague, Czech Republic.
  21. Doswell, C.A. III, 2003: A Guide to F-Scale Assessment. U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA, Silver Spring, MD, 94 pp.

 

Technical Memoranda

  1. Doswell, C.A. III (1972): A two-dimensional short-range fog forecast model. Atmos. Sci. Lab., White Sands Missile Range, NM, Rpt. No. ECOM-5443, 65pp.
  2. ______ (1972):An iterative method of saturation adjustment. Atmos. Sci. Lab., White Sands Missile Range, NM, Rpt. No. ECOM-5444, 16pp.
  3. ______ (1976): Subsynoptic scale dynamics as revealed by use of filtered surface data. NOAA Tech. Memo. ERL NSSL-79, NTIS Accession No. PB265-433/AS, 40pp.
  4. ______ (1982): The operational meteorology of convective weather (Vol. 1): Opera&endash;tional mesoanalysis. NOAA Tech. Memo. NWS NSS&endash;FC-5, NTIS Accession No. PB83-162321, 158pp.
  5. ______ (1985): The operational meteorology of convective weather (Vol. II): Storm scale analysis. NOAA Tech. Memo. ERL ESG-15, NTIS Accession No. PB85-226959, 240pp.
  6. ______, L.C. Anderson, and D.A. Imy (1991): Basic convection I: A review of atmospheric thermodynamics. NOAA/WSR-88D Operations Training Facility - Operations Training Branch, OTB Module #3, 74 pp.
  7. ______, and D. Greene (1993): Basic convection II. NOAA/WSR-88D Operations Training Facility - Operations Training Branch, OTB Module #4, 43 pp.
  8. *______ (unknown): A Treatise on Objective Analysis. [in preparation].

 

Conference/Symposium/Workshop - Preprints/Proceedings

  1. Doswell, C.A. III (1977): Subsynoptic scale dynamics of severe local storms: A case study. Preprints, 10th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Omaha, NE), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 511-514.
  2. Kelly, D. R., R. P. McNulty, J. T. Schaefer, C. A. Doswell, and R. F. Abbey, Jr. (1977): Presentation and interpretation of an expanded tornado climatology. Preprints, 10th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Omaha, NE), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 186-193.
  3. Schaefer, J.T., and C.A. Doswell III (1979): The antitripic wind and its applicability to severe thunderstorm forecasting. Preprints, 11th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Kansas City, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 108-113.
  4. Lemon, L.R., and C.A. Doswell III (1979): Mesocyclone and severe thunderstorm structure: A revised model. Preprints, 11th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Kansas City, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 458-463.
  5. Doswell, C.A. III, and L.R. Lemon (1979): An operational evaluation of certain kinematic and thermodynamic parameters associated with severe thunderstorm environments. Preprints, 11th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Kansas City, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 397-402.
  6. Maddox, R.A., and C.A. Doswell III (1982): Forecasting severe thunderstorms: A brief evaluation of accepted techniques. Preprints, 12th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Antonio, TX), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 92-95.
  7. Hales, J.E., Jr. and C.A. Doswell III (1982): High resolution diagnosis of instability using hourly surface parcel lifted temperatures. Preprints, 12th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Antonio, TX), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 75-78.
  8. Doswell, C.A. III, 1982: Short-range forecasts of upper-tropospheric divergence using 250 mb parcel trajectories. Preprints, 12th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Antonio, TX), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 172-174.
  9. Doswell, C.A. III, J.T. Schaefer, D.W. McCann, T.W. Schlatter, and H.B. Wobus (1982): Thermodynamic analysis procedures at the National Severe Storms Forecast Center. Preprints, 9th Conf. Wea. Forecasting and Analysis (Seattle, WA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 304-309.
  10. Doswell, C.A. III (1982): Diagnosis of weather events via kinematic analysis. Preprints, 9th Conf. Wea. Forecasting and Analysis (Seattle, WA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 300-303.
  11. Schaefer, J.T., and C.A. Doswell III (1982): A dynamic climatology of progressive tornado outbreaks obtained via empirical orthogonal function expansion. Preprints, 9th Conf. Wea. Forecasting and Analysis (Seattle, WA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 459-464.
  12. Doswell, C.A. III, D.L. Kelly, and J.T. Schaefer (1983): A preliminary climatology of non-tornadic severe thunderstorm events. Preprints, 13th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Tulsa, OK), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 25-28.
  13. Howard, K.W., and C.A. Doswell III (1983): A comparison of severe thunderstorm cases with and without widespread heavy precipitation. Preprints, 13th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Tulsa, OK), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 304-307.
  14. Doswell, C.A. III (1984): Mesoscale aspects of marginal severe weather events. Preprints, 10th Conf. Wea. Forecasting and Analysis (Tampa, FL), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 131-137.
  15. Caracena, F., S.L. Barnes, and C.A. Doswell III (1984): Weighting function parameters for objective interpolation of meteorological data. Preprints, 10th Conf. Wea. Forecasting and Analysis (Tampa, FL), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 109-116.
  16. Schaefer, J.T., D.L. Kelly, and C.A. Doswell III (1985): The annual progression of non-tornadic severe thunderstorm events. Preprints, 14th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Indianapolis, IN), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 5-8.
  17. Bothwell, P.D., R.A. Maddox, C.A. Doswell III, and K.C. Crawford (1985): Operational methods for increasing the reliability of information derived from conventional surface and upper air data. Preprints,14th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Indianapolis, IN), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 402-405.
  18. Doswell, C.A., III, F. Caracena, and M. Magnano (1985): Temporal evolution of 700-500 mb lapse rates as a forecasting tool -- A case study. Preprints, 14th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Indianapolis, IN), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 398-401.
  19. Doswell, C.A. III (1986): The human element in weather forecasting (Invited paper). Preprints, 1st Workshop Operational Meteor. (Winnipeg, Manitoba), 1-25.
  20. ______ and R.A. Maddox (1986): The practical realities of QPF. Preprints, Southern Region QPF Workshop (Houston, TX). NOAA Tech. Memo. NWS SR-117, NWS Southern Regional Headquarters, 8-12.
  21. Howard, K.W., D.R. Devore, R.A. Maddox, C.A. Doswell III, and K. Crawford (1986): Fundamental considerations for designing and implementing the experimental forecast center concept. Preprints, 11th Conf. Wea. Forecasting and Analysis (Kansas City, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 359-363.
  22. Doswell, C.A. III, R.A. Maddox, and C.F. Chappell (1986): Fundamental considerations in forecasting for field experiments. Preprints, 11th Conf. Wea. Forecasting and Analysis (Kansas City, MO), 353-358.
  23. Maddox, R.A., and C.A. Doswell III (1986): The role of diagnosis in operational weather forecasting. Preprints, 11th Conf. Wea. Forecasting and Analysis (Kansas City, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 177-182.
  24. Moller, A.R., and C.A. Doswell III (1988): A proposed advanced storm spotter's training program. Preprints, 15th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Baltimore, MD), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 173-177. (winner - best graphics award)
  25. Doswell, C.A. III and M.S. Antolik (1988): On the contribution to model forecast vertical motion in cyclones from quasi-geostrophic theory. Preprints, Palmén Memorial Symp. Extratropical Cyclones (Helsinki, Finland), August 29 - September 2, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 349-352.
  26. Antolik, M.A., and C.A. Doswell III (1989): On the contribution to model-forecast vertical motion from quasi-geostrophic processes. Preprints, 12th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Monterey, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 312-318.
  27. Doswell, C.A. III, A.R. Moller, and R. Przybylinski (1990): A unified set of conceptual models for variations on the supercell theme. Preprints, 16th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Kananaskis Park, Alberta), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 40-45.
  28. Doswell, C.A. III, D.L. Keller, and S.J. Weiss (1990): An analysis of the temporal and spatial variation in tornado and severe thunderstorm watch verification. Preprints,16th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Kananaskis Park, Alberta), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 294-299.
  29. Moller, A.R., C.A. Doswell III, and R. Przybylinski (1990): High-precipitation supercells: A conceptual model and documentation. Preprints, 16th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Kananaskis Park, Alberta), Amer. Meteor. Soc., Boston, 52-57.
  30. Johns, R.H. and C.A. Doswell III (1992): Severe local storm forecasting (Invited paper). Preprints,, Symp. Weather Forecasting (Atlanta, GA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 225-236.
  31. Crawford, K.C., F.V. Brock, R.L. Elliott, G.W. Cuperus, S.J. Stadler, H.L. Johnson, and C.A. Doswell III (1992): The Oklahoma mesonetwork -- A 21st century project. Preprints,,8th Int. Conf. Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology (Atlanta, GA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 27-33.
  32. Doswell, C.A. III, M. Splitt, and M. Kay (1992): On storm motion and operational assessment of supercell storm motion using hodographs. Preprints, 4th Workshop on Operational Meteorology (Whistler, BC), Atmos. Env. Service, 245-252
  33. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III, and L.J. Wicker (1992): STORMTIPE: A forecasting experiment using a three-dimensional model. Preprints,, 4th Workshop on Operational Meteorology (Whistler, BC), Atmos. Env. Service, 253-261
  34. Doswell, C.A. III (1993): Severe convective weather and associated disasters in North America. Proc., International Workshop on Observations/Forecasting of Meso-scale Severe Weather and Technology of Reduction of Relevant Disasters (Tokyo, Japan), Science and Technology Agency, 21-28.
  35. ______ (1993): Scientific approaches for very short-range forecasting of severe convective storms in the United States of America. Proc., International Workshop on Observations/Forecasting of Meso-scale Severe Weather and Technology of Reduction of Relevant Disasters (Tokyo, Japan), Science and Technology Agency, 181-188.
  36. Brooks, H.E., and C.A. Doswell III (1993): Extreme winds in high-precipitation supercells. Preprints, 17th Conf. Severe Local Storms (St. Louis, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 173-177.
  37. Murphy, A.H., C.A. Doswell III, S.J. Weiss, H.E. Brooks, and P.D. Bothwell (1993): Probabilistic severe weather forecasting at NSSFC: An experiment and some preliminary results. Preprints, 17th Conf. Severe Local Storms (St. Louis, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 74-78.
  38. Spencer, P.L., F.H. Carr, and C.A. Doswell III (1993): Study of a decaying short wave using wind profiler data. Preprints, 13th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Vienna, VA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 536-539.
  39. Doswell, C.A. III, and R.A. Maddox (1993): A review of student performance on pretests given at the flash flood forecasting course. Preprints, Symp. Flash Floods (Vienna, VA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 403-410.
  40. Moller, A.R., M.P. Foster, and C.A. Doswell III (1993): Some considerations of severe local storm dissemination products in the modernized and restructured National Weather Service. Preprints, 17th Conf. Severe Local Storms (St. Louis, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 375-379.
  41. Brooks, H.E., L.J. Wicker, and C.A. Doswell III (1993): Operational forecasts using storm-resolving models: Results and questions for the future. Preprints, 17th Conf. Severe Local Storms (St. Louis, MO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 442-445.
  42. Doswell, C.A. III (1994):Extreme convective windstorms: Current understanding and research. Report of the proceedings, U.S.-Spain Workshop on Natural Hazards (Barcelona, Spain), National Science Foundation, 44-55.
  43. ______ (1994): Flash flood-producing convective storms: Current understanding and research. Report of the proceedings, U.S.-Spain Workshop on Natural Hazards (Barcelona, Spain), National Science Foundation, 97-107.
  44. ______, H.E. Brooks, and E.N. Rasmussen (1995): Forecasting issues and implications from the VORTEX-94 project. Preprints, 14th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Dallas, TX), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 23-28.
  45. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III, E.N. Rasmussen, and S. Lasher-Trapp (1995): Detailed observations of complex dryline structure in Oklahoma on 14 April 1994. Preprints,, 14th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Dallas, TX), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 62-67.
  46. Doswell, C.A. III, H.E. Brooks and R.A. Maddox (1995): Flash flood forecasting: An ingredients-based methodology. Preprints, 5th CMOS Workshop on Operational Meteorology (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 28 Feb-3 Mar), Canadian Meteor. and Oceanogr. Soc., 149-156.
  47. ______, and H.E. Brooks (1996): Case analysis of a historic killer tornado event in Kansas on 10 June 1938. Preprints, 18th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Francisco, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 471-473.
  48. H.E. Brooks, D.J. Stensrud and C.A. Doswell III (1996): Application of short-range NWP ensembles to severe weather forecasting. Preprints,, 18th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Francisco, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 372-375.
  49. ______, C.A. Doswell III, P. Janish and J. Meitín (1996): Logistical support for VORTEX-95 forecasting and data archival. Preprints, 18th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Francisco, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 161-164.
  50. ______, ______, M.T. Carr and J.E. Rutherford (1996): Preliminary analysis of soundings from VORTEX-95. Preprints, 18th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Francisco, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 133-136.
  51. Weaver, J.F., J.F.W. Purdom, C.A. Doswell III and D.W. Burgess (1996): A preliminary look at the Ardmore, OK tornado of 7 May 1995. Preprints, 18th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Francisco, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 137-140.
  52. Przybylinski, R.W., Y.-J. Lin, C.A. Doswell, G.K. Schmocker, T.J. Shea, T.W. Funk, J.D. Kirkpatrick, K. Darmofal and M. Shields (1996): Storm reflectivity and mesocyclone evolution associated with the 15 April, 1994 derecho. Part I: Storm structure and evolution over Missouri and Illinois. Preprints, 18th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Francisco, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 509-515.
  53. Doswell, C.A. III (1996): What is a supercell? [Invited paper for panel discussion] Preprints, 18th Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Francisco, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 641.
  54. ______ (1996): Severe thunderstorm warning services: Responsibilities to the public [Keynote address]. Preprints, 5th Australian Severe Thunderstorm Conf. (Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Austalia), Bureau of Meteorology, 205-209.
  55. ______ (1996): On convective indices and sounding classification. Preprints, 5th Australian Severe Thunderstorm Conf. (Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Austalia), Bureau of Meteorology, 7-12.
  56. ______ (1996): Verification of forecasts of convection: Uses, abuses, and requirements. Preprints, 5th Australian Severe Thunderstorm Conf. (Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Austalia), Bureau of Meteorology, 191-196.
  57. ______ (1996): Science, numerical models, and forecasting: An overview pertinent to convection. Preprints, 5th Australian Severe Thunderstorm Conf. (Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Austalia), Bureau of Meteorology, 1-6.
  58. ______ (1996):Short-range ensemble forecasting: Concepts for application to severe thunderstorms. Preprints, 5th Australian Severe Thunderstorm Conf. (Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Austalia), Bureau of Meteorology, 123-128.
  59. ______, and E.N. Rasmussen (1996): VORTEX: Preliminary findings and implications. Preprints, 5th Australian Severe Thunderstorm Conf. (Avoca Beach, New South Wales, Austalia), Bureau of Meteorology, 47-52.
  60. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III, R.A. Maddox, D.A. Rodgers, and B.E. Schwartz (1997): The Flash Flood Forecasters Course at the National Weather Service Training Center: The Environmental Research Laboratories component. Twenty Years Later: What We have Learned Since the Big Thompson Flood,(E. Gruntfest, Ed.), Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, Special Publication No. 33, University of Colorado, 111-117.
  61. Doswell, C.A. III, R.M. Rabin, M. Setvák and V. Levizzani (1996): Multispectral GOES-8 and NOAA/AVHRR observations of Great Plains storms. Preprints, 15th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Norfolk, VA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 28-31.
  62. ______, R. Duncomb, H.E. Brooks and F.H. Carr (1996): Verification of VORTEX-94 forecasts. Preprints, 15th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Norfolk, VA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 387-390.
  63. Brooks, H.E., J.M. Fritsch and C.A. Doswell III (1996): The future of weather forecasting: The eras of revolution and reconstruction. Preprints, 15th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Norfolk, VA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 523-526.
  64. Setvák, M., R.M. Rabin, V. Levizzani, and C.A. Doswell III (1996): Relations between increased 3.7/3.9 mm reflectivity above U.S. Great Plains thunderstorms from NOAA/AVHRR and GOES-8 and internal storm structure from NEXRAD radar. Preprints, Meteorological Satellite Data User's Conf. (Vienna, Austria), EUMETSAT, 143-150.
  65. Levizzani, V., M. Setvák, R.M. Rabin, C.A. Doswell III, and P.K. Wang (1996): Ice crystal plumes on top of convective storms. IRS ‘96: Current Problems in Atmospheric Radiation (Smith and Stamnes, Eds.), A. Deepak Publishing, 175-178.
  66. Stadler, S.J., F. Brock, J.D. Carlson, G. Cuperus, K. Crawford, J. Duthie, C. Doswell III, M. Eilts, R. Elliott, T. Hughes, and H.L. Johnson (1997): Climate geography and the Oklahoma Mesonetwork. Geographic Perspectives on the Texas Regio, (D. Lyons and P. Hudak, Eds), Assn. of Amer. Geographers, 107-114.
  67. Doswell, C.A. III, C. Ramis, R. Romero, and S. Alonso (1997): Diagnosis of two heavy rainfall cases in the western Mediterranean. Proc., INM/MO International Symp. Cyclones and Hazardous Weather in the Mediterranean (Palma de Mallorca, Spain), Universitat de les Isles Baleares, 415-424.
  68. Gayá, M., C. Ramis, R. Romero, and C.A. Doswell III (1997): Tornadoes in the Balearic Islands (Spain): Meteorological setting. Proc., INM/MO International Symp. Cyclones and Hazardous Weather in the Mediterranean (Palma de Mallorca, Spain), Universitat de les Isles Baleares, 525-534.
  69. Doswell, C.A. III (1997): Severe storms. III Jornades de Meteorologia (Eduard Fontserè) (Barcelona, Spain), Associació Catalana de Meteorologia, 109-115.
  70. ______ (1997): Flash flood forecasting: Techniques and limitations. III Jornades de Meteorologi, (Eduard Fontserè) (Barcelona, Spain), Associació Catalana de Meteorologia, 161-168.
  71. Cortinas, J.V., Jr., and C.A. Doswell III (1998): A climatology of tropospheric static stability across the contiguous United States. Preprints, 16th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Phoenix, AZ), 409-411.
  72. Schultz, D.M., and C.A. Doswell III (1998): Forecasting a characteristic stage in the early evolution of the upper-level cyclogenetic precursors. Preprints, 16th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Phoenix, AZ), 90-91.
  73. Doswell, C.A. III, and T.P. Grazulis (1998): A demonstration of vortex configurations in an inexpensive tornado simulator. Preprints, 19th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Minneapolis, MN), 85-88.
  74. Monteverdi, J.P., B.N. Hanstrum, C.A. Doswell III, G.A. Mills, and G. Lipari (1998): Australian cool season tornadoes. Part II: Comparison with Californian tornadoes. Preprints, 19th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Minneapolis, MN), 101-104.
  75. Doswell, C.A. III, and L.F. Bosart (1998): Synoptic scale processes and severe convection. [Invited paper] Preprints, 19th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Minneapolis, MN], 1.
  76. Grazulis, T.P., C.A. Doswell III, and H.E. Brooks (1998): A new perspective of the societal impacts of North American tornadoes covering two centuries. Preprints, 19th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Minneapolis, MN), 196-199.
  77. Doswell, C.A. III (1999): Seeing supercells as heavy rain producers. [Invited paper] Preprints, 13th Conf. Hydrology (Dallas, TX), Amer. Meteor. Soc. 73-76.
  78. Trapp, R.J., and C.A. Doswell III (1999): On the objective analysis of weather radar data. Preprints, 29th Int. Conf. Radar Meteor. (Montreal, Quebec), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 248-251.
  79. Concannon, P.R., H.E. Brooks and C.A. Doswell III (2000): Climatological risk of strong and violent tornadoes in the United States. Preprints, 2nd Symp. Environmental Appl. (Long Beach, CA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 212-219.
  80. Romero, R., and C.A. Doswell III (2000): Observations and fine-grid simulations of an orographically-induced convective event in northeastern Spain. Preprints, 9th Conf. Mountain Meteor. (Aspen, CO), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 340-345.
  81. Romero, R., and C.A. Doswell III (2000): Importance of cold pools and associated outflows to the evolution of a convective outbreak in northeastern Spain. Preprints, 20th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Orlando, FL), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 473-476.
  82. Monteverdi, J.P., C. Doswell III, and G.S. Lipari (2000): Shear parameter thresholds for forecasting California tornadic thunderstorms. Preprints, 20th Conf. Severe Local Storms (Orlando, FL), Amer. Meteor. Soc., 522-525.
  83. Doswell, C.A. III, and P. Markowski (2001): On the concept of relative buoyancy. Preprints, 18th Conf. Wea. Analysis and Forecasting (Ft. Lauderdale, FL), Amer. Meteor. Soc., J16-J20.
  84. Evans, J.S., and C.A. Doswell III (2002): Investigating derecho and supercell proximity soundings. Preprints, 21st Conf. Severe Local Storms (San Antonio, TX), Amer. Meteor Soc., 635-638.
  85. Edwards, R., R.L. Thompson, K.C. Crosbie, J.A. Hart, and C.A. Doswell III (2004): A proposal for modernized definitions of tornado and severe thunderstorm outbreaks. Preprints, 22nd Conf. Severe Local Storms (Hyannis, MA), Amer. Meteor. Soc.,CD-ROM available from AMS.
  86. Ramsay, H., and C. A. Doswell III (2004): Exploring hodograph-based techniques to estimate the velocity of right-moving supercells. Preprints, 22nd Conf. Severe Local Storms (Hyannis, MA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., CD-ROM available from AMS.
  87. Trapp, R.J., C.A. Doswell III, and M. Huber (2004): Do supercells play a role in the equilibration of the large-scale atmosphere? Preprints, 22nd Conf. Severe Local Storms (Hyannis, MA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., CD-ROM available from AMS.
  88. Nascimento, E. de L., and C.A. Doswell III (2006): The need for an improved documentation of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in South America. Preprints, Symp. Challenges of Severe Convective Storms, 86th Annual Meeting Atlanta, GA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., CD-ROM available from AMS.
  89. Ramsay, H., L. Leslie, C.A. Doswell III (2006):  A numerical investigation of the synoptic environment associated with tornadic and nontornadic severe weather outbreaks. Preprints, Symp. Challenges of Severe Convective Storms, 86th Annual Meeting (Atlanta, GA), Amer. Meteor. Soc., CD-ROM available from AMS.
  90. Shafer, C. M., A. E. Mercer, M. B. Richman, L. M. Leslie, and C. A. Doswell (2006): Analysis of WRF and MM5 mesoscale model forecasts to distinguish tornado outbreaks from primarily nontornadic severe weather outbreaks.  23rd Conf. Severe Local Storms, St. Louis, MO, Amer. Meteor. Soc.  [on CD-ROM available fron the AMS]
  91. Mercer, A. E., C. M. Shafer, C. A. Doswell, L. M. Leslie, M. B. Richman (2006): Analysis of tornado outbreaks using principal components.  23rd Conf. Severe Local Storms, St. Louis, MO, Amer. Meteor. Soc.  [on CD-ROM available fron the AMS]
  92. Baranowski, B.C., C. A. Doswell, D.B. Weber, and A.M. Loftus (2006):  The sensitivity of numerically simulated multicell convection to grid spacing and computational mising coefficients.  23rd Conf. Severe Local Storms, St. Louis, MO, Amer. Meteor. Soc. 
  93. Loftus, A.M, C.A. Doswell III, D.B. Weber, and B.C. Baranowski (2006):  Parameterized mesoscale forcing mechanisms for initiating numerically-simulaed isolated multicellular convection.  23rd Conf. Severe Local Storms, St. Louis, MO, Amer. Meteor. Soc. 
  94. Shafer, C. M., A. E. Mercer, M. B. Richman, L. M. Leslie, and C. A. Doswell III (2007): Analysis of WRF and MM5 mesoscale model forecasts to distinguish tornado outbreaks from primarily nontornadic severe weather outbreaks.  87th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, Amer. Meteor. Soc. [on CD-ROM available fron the AMS]
  95. Mercer, A. E., C. M. Shafer, C. A. Doswell, L. M. Leslie, M. B. Richman (2007): Analysis of tornado outbreaks using principal components.  87th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, Amer. Meteor. Soc. [on CD-ROM available fron the AMS] 
  96. Doswell, C.A. III, H.E. Brooks, and N. Dotzek (2007):  On the implementation of the enhanced Fujita scale in the USA.  Extended abstracts, 4th European Conf. on Severe Storms, Trieste, Italy.
  97. ______, D.B. Weber, A.M. Loftus, B.C. Baranowski, and Z.M. DuFran, 2007: Preliminary results: Environmental controls on updraft regeneration frequency in numerically-simulated, isolated multicellular convection.  Extended abstracts, 4th European Conf. on Severe Storms, Trieste, Italy
  98. L.M. Leslie, M.B. Richman, C.A. Doswell III, A.E. Mercer, and C.M. Shafer (2008): Detecting synoptic scale precursors of tornado outbreaks. 24th Conf on IIPS, Orleans, LA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  99. Shafer, C.M., A.E. Mercer, L.M. Leslie, M.B. Richman, and C.A. Doswell III (2008): Finding the sources of inaccurate WRF forecasts of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks when initialized with synoptic scale input. 24th Conf on IIPS, New Orleans, LA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  100. ______, ______, C.A. Doswell III, M.B. Richman, and L.M. Leslie (2008): Evaluation of WRF forecasts of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks when initialized with synoptic-scale input: The utility of “base state” parameters. 24th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Savannah, GA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  101. Mercer, A.E., C.M. Shafer, C.A. Doswell III, L.M. Leslie, and M.B. Richman (2008): Composite analysis of severe weather outbreaks. 24th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Savannah, GA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  102. Shafer, C.M. A.E. Mercer, C.A. Doswell III, M.B. Richman, and L.M. Leslie (2008): The utility of severe weather parameters in the discrimination of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks when analyzing reanalysis data: Emphasis on support vector machines. 24th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Savannah, GA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  103. ______, ______, ______, ______, ______ (2009): Using support vector machines to determine the utility of severe weather parameters in the discrimination of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks when analyzing reanalysis data. 25th International Conf. on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology, Phoenix, AZ, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  104. ______, ______, ______, ______, ______ (2009): The utility of basic parameters in the evaluation of WRF forecasts of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks when initialized with synoptic-scale input. 25th International Conf. on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology, Phoenix, AZ, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  105. Doswell, C.A. III (2009): Methods for reanalysis of historic tornadoes. [Invited Paper] 5th European Conf. on Severe Storms, Landshut, Germany.
  106. C. M. Shafer, M. B. Richman, L. M. Leslie, and C. A. Doswell III (2010): Using support vector machines to predict the type and severity of severe weather outbreaks. 8th Conf. on Artificial Intelligence Applications to Environmental Science, Atlanta, GA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  107. A. Kowalski, H. E. Brooks, and C. A. Doswell III (2010): Verification of ESTOFEX lightning and severe weather forecasts. 9th Student Conference, Atlanta, GA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  108. C. M. Shafer, and C. A. Doswell III (2010), Ranking severe weather outbreaks using a multivariate index. 8th Conf. on Artificial Intelligence Applications to Environmental Science, Atlanta, GA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  109. Mercer, A. E, C. M. Shafer, C. A. Doswell III, M. B. Richman, and L. M. Leslie (2010): Synoptic composites of severe weather and tornado outbreaks. 25th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Denver, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  110. Shafer, C. M., A. E. Mercer, M. B. Richman, L. M. Leslie, and C.A. Doswell III (2010): Comparing techniques and reanalysis datasets when diagnosing the relative severity of convective outbreaks. 25th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Denver, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  111. Shafer, C. M., L. M. Leslie, M. B. Richman, and C. A. Doswell III (2010): Using areal coverage of parameter for severe weather to identify major convective outbreaks. 25th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Denver, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  112. Shafer, C. M., and C. A. Doswell III (2010): Ranking and classifying severe weather outbreaks using multivariate indices. 25th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Denver, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  113. Shafer, C. M., and C. A. Doswell III (2010): On the use of kernel density estimation to identify severe weather events. 25th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, Denver, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  114. *Shafer, C. M., A. E. Mercer, M. B. Richman, L. M. Leslie, and C. A. Doswell III, 2011: Comparing datasets and methods to identify major severe weather outbreaks. 91st Annual Meeting, (9th Conf. on Artificial Intelligence and its Applications to the Environmental Sciences), Seattle, WA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  115. *Shafer, C. M., and C. A. Doswell III, 2011: Methods to rank and classify severe weather outbreaks. 91st Annual Meeting (9th Conf. on Artificial Intelligence and its Applications to the Environmental Sciences), Seattle, WA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.

Abstract Only Presentations (no printed papers)

  1. Schaefer, J.T., and C.A. Doswell III (1978): A consistent analysis of wind, divergence, and vorticity. Midwest Meeting, Amer. Geophys. Union, St. Louis, MO.
  2. Doswell, C.A. III, and D.L. Bartels (1983): Meso-alpha-scale meteorological information in a detailed analysis of an extended period of intense convection. First Conf. on Mesoscale Meteorolog,, AMS/CIMMS, Norman, OK.
  3. Schaefer, J.T., D.L. Kelly, and C.A. Doswell III (1984): The temporal and spatial distribution of non-tornadic severe thunderstorms in the conterminous United States. Fall Meeting, Amer. Geophys. Union, San Francisco, CA.
  4. Brooks, H.E., C.A. Doswell III, L. Hermes, and M.P. Foster (1991): Applications of profiler demonstration network data in forecasting severe convection. 15th Ann. Meeting, Nat. Wea. Assoc., Salt Lake City, UT.
  5. Stadler, S., F. Brock, K.C. Crawford, G. Cuperus, C. Doswell, R. Elliott, and H. Johnson (1991): Geographical aspects of the Oklahoma automated mesonetwork. Southwest Assoc. Amer. Geographers, Nacogdoches, TX.
  6. ______, ______, ______, ______, ______, ______ and ______ (1991): The Oklahoma automated mesonetwork: A resource for scientists. Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, Durant, OK.
  7. Doswell, C.A. III and H.E. Brooks (1994): High resolution observations of complex dryline structure on 14 April 1994. 18th Ann. Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, Nat.Wea. Assoc..
  8. Schultz, D.M., and C.A. Doswell III (1997): The effect of the Rocky Mountains upon the structure and evolution of midlatitude cyclones and fronts. 10th Cyclone Worksho,, Val Morin, Quebec, Canada.
  9. Schultz, D.M., and C.A. Doswell III (1998): The structure and evolution of a midlatitude cyclone over the western United States. 8th Conf. on Mountain Meteorolog,, Flagstaff, AZ, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  10. Decker, S., Schultz, D.M., and C.A. Doswell III (1998): Synoptic scale signals associated with flash floods. 19th Conf. on Severe Local Storm,, Minneapolis, MN, Amer. Meteor. Soc. [paper not available in Preprint].
  11. Doswell, C.A. III (1998): The lightning phenomenon in photographs. 23rd Ann. Meeting, Oklahoma City, OK, Nat. Wea. Assoc..
  12. Mullen, S.L., M. Wandishin, H. Brooks, D. Stensrud, and C. Doswell (1999): Quantitative Precipitation Forecasting: Predictability Limits and the Use of Ensemble Forecasts. USWRP Science Symp., Boulder, CO.
  13. Miller, D.J., C.A. Doswell III, H.E. Brooks, G.J. Stumpf and E.N. Rasmussen (1999): Highway overpasses as tornado shelters: Fallout from the 3 May 1999 Oklahoma/Kansas violent tornado outbreak. (Two presentations - one at the Broadcaster’s Workshop, and one in the general sessions) 23rd Ann. Meeting, Nat. Wea. Assoc., Biloxi, MS.
  14. Doswell, C.A. III (1999): Probabilistic Warnings: Innovation or Disaster? Southern Region Senior Forecaster Severe Weather Warning and Short Term Forecasting Symp., Fort Worth, TX, Nat. Wea. Service.
  15. Romero, R., C.A. Doswell III and C. Ramis (1999): Synoptic and mesoscale aspects of two flash flood events in eastern Spain produced by long lived quasistationary MCS’s: Role of the Atlas Mountains and latent heat release. Northeast Regional Operational Workshop, Albany, NY.
  16. Doswell, C.A. III, G.J. Stumpf, and D. Speheger (2000): On the importance of post-event surveys in assessing tornado occurrence. Symp. Mystery of Severe Storms, Long Beach, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  17. ______, (2000): A retrospective look at VORTEX: Implications about forecasting, Symp. Project VORTEX, Long Beach, CA, Amer. Metero. Soc.
  18. Brooks, H.E., and C.A. Doswell III (2000): Some aspects of the international climatology of tornadoes by damage classification. Eurotornado 2000, Toulouse France.
  19. Setvák, M, R. Rabin, and C. Doswell (2000): Satellite observations of storm tops. Presentation at Eurotornado 2000, Toulouse France.
  20. Doswell, C.A. III (2000): Lessons learned from the destruction by the 3 May 1999 Oklahoma City tornado. Nat. Symp. Great Plains Tornado Outbreak of 3 May 1999, Oklahoma City, OK.
  21. Miller, D.J., C.A. Doswell III, H.E. Brooks, G.J. Stumpf and E.N. Rasmussen (2000): Highway overpasses as tornado shelters: Fallout from the 3 MAY 1999 Oklahoma/Kansas violent tornado outbreak. 29th Conf. Broadcast Meteor., San Francisco, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.
  22. Doswell, C.A. III (2002): Lessons learned about the societal impacts of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. Invited presentation - European Conf. Severe Storms, Prague, Czech Republic.
  23. ______, and J.S. Evans (2002): Proximity sounding analysis for derechos and supercells &endash; Similarities and differences. European Conf. Severe Storms, Prague, Czech Republic.
  24. Setvák, M., R.M. Rabin, C.A. Doswell III, and V. Levizzani (2002): Satellite observations of convective storm top features in the 1.6 and 3.7/3.9 mm spectral bands. European Conf. Severe Storms, Prague, Czech Republic.
  25. Groenemeijer, P.H., N. Dotzek, F. Stel, H.E. Brooks, C.A. Doswell III, M. Elsom, D.B. Giaiotti, A. Gilbert, A. Holzer, G.T. Meaden, M. Salek, and J. Teittinen (2004): A data format for severe weather reports to be used in Europe. European Conf. Severe Storms, Leon, Spain.
  26. Romero, R, M. Gaya, C.A. Doswell III (2004): European climatology of severe convective storm environmental parameters: A test for significant tornado events. Presentation at European Conf. Severe Storms, Leon, Spain.
  27. Maddox, R.A., M.S. Gilmore, C.A. Doswell III, and C. Crisp (2005): Re-analyses of the severe thunderstorm outbreak of March 18, 1925. 27th Ann. Meeting, St. Louis, MO, Nat. Wea. Assoc.
  28. Maddox, R.A., M.S. Gilmore, C.A. Doswell III, and C. Crisp (2005): The Tri-State tornado: >Re-analysis of surface condtions during the afternoon of March 18, 1925. 27th Ann. Meeting, St. Louis, MO, Nat. Wea. Assoc.
  29. Johns, R., D. Burgess, C. Doswell III, M. Gilmore, J. Hart, and R. Maddox (2005): The 1925 Tri-State tornado: A re-examination of the damage path and characteristics of the associated convective storm. 27th Ann. Meeting, St. Louis, MO, Nat. Wea. Assoc..
  30. Doswell, C.A. III (2006): Historical overview of severe convective storms research.  Invited presentation - Symp. Challenges of Severe Convective Storms, 86th Annual Meeting, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Atlanta, GA.
  31. Doswell, C. A. III, R. A. Maddox, C. Crisp, and M. S. Gilmore (2006): A reanalysis of the relationship between the synoptic scale cyclone and the Tri-State tornado of 18 March 1925. 13th Cyclone Workshop, Asilomar, CA.
  32. ______ (2008):  Variations in the details of cold frontal passages as revealed by mesonetwork data. 14th Cyclone Workshop, Ste. Adele, Quebec, Canada.
  33. ______ (2008):  Making tornado warnings more effective.  Next Generation Warning Services Workshop, Nat. Wea. Center, Norman, OK.
  34. *______ (2010): Thoughts on the role of supercells and tornadoes in the atmosphere. 15th Cyclone Workshop, Asilomar, CA.