CRAS Publication List

Here is a list of publications that refer to features in the CRAS or to studies performed with the CRAS.

Ackerman, S. A. and G. L. Stephens, 1987: The absorption of solar radiation by cloud droplets: An application of anomolous diffraction theory. J.Atmos. Sci., 44, 1574-1588.


Bayler, G., R. M. Aune and W. H. Raymond, 2000: NWP cloud initialization using GOES sounder data and improved modeling of nonprecipitating clouds.  Mon. Wea. Rev. 128, 3911-3920.


Kondo, J., N. Saigusa, and S. Takeshi, 1990: A parameterization of evaporation from bare soil surfaces. J. Appl. Meteor., 29, 385-389.


Lee, T. L. and R. A. Pielke, 1992: Estimating the soil surface specific humidity. J. Appl. Meteor., 31, 480-484.


Leslie, L. M., L. W. Logan, D. J. Gauntlett, G. A. Kelly, J. L. McGreggor, and M. J. Manton,  1985: A high resolution primitive equation NWP model for operations and research.  Aust. Meteo. Mag., 33, 11-35.


Raymond, W. H., W. S. Olsen, and G. Callan, 1995: Diabatic forcing and initialization with assimilation of cloud and rainwater in a forecast model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 123, 366-382.


Raymond, W. H., 1988: High-order low-pass implicit tangent filters for use in finite area calculations. Mon. Wea. Rev., 116, 2132-2141.


Raymond, W. H., and R. M. Aune, 1998: Improved precipitation forecasts using parameterized feedbacks in a hydrostatic forecast model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 693-710.


Raymond, W. H., 1999: Non-local turbulent mixing based on convective adjustment concepts (NTAC). Bound-layer Meteor, 92, 263-291.


Raymond, W. H., 2000: Moisture advection using relative humidity. J. Appl. Meteor., 39, 2397-2408.


Schreiner, A. J., T. J. Schmit, R. M. Aune, 2002: Maritime inversions and the GOES sounder cloud product. Nat. Wea. Dig., 26, 27-38.


Stephens, G. L., D. L. Jackson, and J. J. Bates, 1994: A comparison of SSM/I and TOVS column water vapor data over the global oceans. Meteor and Atmos. Phys., 54, 183-201.


Sundqvist, H., E. Berge, and J. E. Kristjansson, 1989: Condensation and cloud parameterization studies with a mesoscale numerical weather prediction model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 117, 1641-1659.


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