Richard Rotunno
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A theory for strong, long-lived squall lines
R Rotunno, JB Klemp, ML Weisman
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 45 (3), 463-485, 1988
14211988
An air–sea interaction theory for tropical cyclones. Part II: Evolutionary study using a nonhydrostatic axisymmetric numerical model
R Rotunno, KA Emanuel
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 44 (3), 542-561, 1987
8281987
The influence of the shear-induced pressure gradient on thunderstorm motion
R Rotunno, JB Klemp
Monthly Weather Review 110 (2), 136-151, 1982
5461982
On the rotation and propagation of simulated supercell thunderstorms
R Rotunno, J Klemp
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 42 (3), 271-292, 1985
5351985
Low Froude number flow past three-dimensional obstacles. Part I: Baroclinically generated lee vortices
PK Smolarkiewicz, R Rotunno
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 46 (8), 1154-1164, 1989
4941989
Prediction of landfalling hurricanes with the advanced hurricane WRF model
C Davis, W Wang, SS Chen, Y Chen, K Corbosiero, M DeMaria, J Dudhia, ...
Monthly weather review 136 (6), 1990-2005, 2008
4372008
“A theory for strong long-lived squall lines” revisited
ML Weisman, R Rotunno
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 61 (4), 361-382, 2004
3982004
A study of the tornadic region within a supercell thunderstorm
JB Klemp, R Rotunno
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 40 (2), 359-377, 1983
3761983
Structure and evolution of numerically simulated squall lines
ML Weisman, JB Klemp, R Rotunno
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 45 (14), 1990-2013, 1988
3411988
Effects of moist convection on mesoscale predictability
F Zhang, C Snyder, R Rotunno
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 60 (9), 1173-1185, 2003
3252003
On the linear theory of the land and sea breeze
R Rotunno
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 40 (8), 1999-2009, 1983
2751983
Mechanisms of intense Alpine rainfall
R Rotunno, R Ferretti
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 58 (13), 1732-1749, 2001
2612001
HyMeX: A 10-year multidisciplinary program on the Mediterranean water cycle
P Drobinski, V Ducrocq, P Alpert, E Anagnostou, K BÚranger, M Borga, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 95 (7), 1063-1082, 2014
2472014
The maximum intensity of tropical cyclones in axisymmetric numerical model simulations
GH Bryan, R Rotunno
Monthly Weather Review 137 (6), 1770-1789, 2009
2472009
Observed and numerically simulated structure of a mature supercell thunderstorm
JB Klemp, RB Wilhelmson, PS Ray
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 38 (8), 1558-1580, 1981
2441981
Lessons on orographic precipitation from the Mesoscale Alpine Programme
R Rotunno, RA Houze
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society: A journal of theá…, 2007
2382007
Dropsonde observations in low-level jets over the northeastern Pacific Ocean from CALJET-1998 and PACJET-2001: Mean vertical-profile and atmospheric-river characteristics
FM Ralph, PJ Neiman, R Rotunno
Monthly weather review 133 (4), 889-910, 2005
2372005
Polar lows as arctic hurricanes
KA Emanuel, R Rotunno
Tellus A: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography 41 (1), 1-17, 1989
2241989
The use of vertical wind shear versus helicity in interpreting supercell dynamics
ML Weisman, R Rotunno
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 57 (9), 1452-1472, 2000
2162000
Mesoscale predictability of the “surprise” snowstorm of 24–25 January 2000
F Zhang, C Snyder, R Rotunno
Monthly Weather Review 130 (6), 1617-1632, 2002
2132002
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