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Meteorological causes of the secular variations in observed extreme precipitation events for the conterminous United States
KE Kunkel, DR Easterling, DAR Kristovich, B Gleason, L Stoecker, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 13 (3), 1131-1141, 2012
2882012
Rolls, streets, waves, and more: A review of quasi-two-dimensional structures in the atmospheric boundary layer
GS Young, DAR Kristovich, MR Hjelmfelt, RC Foster
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 83 (7), 997-1002, 2002
2342002
Recent increases in US heavy precipitation associated with tropical cyclones
KE Kunkel, DR Easterling, DAR Kristovich, B Gleason, L Stoecker, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (24), 2010
1562010
Lake Michigan lake breezes: Climatology, local forcing, and synoptic environment
NF Laird, DAR Kristovich, XZ Liang, RW Arritt, K Labas
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 40 (3), 409-424, 2001
1032001
Mean circulations of boundary-layer rolls in lake-effect snow storms
DAR Kristovich
Boundary-layer meteorology 63, 293-315, 1993
971993
Assessment of potential effects of climate change on heavy lake-effect snowstorms near Lake Erie
KE Kunkel, NE Westcott, DAR Kristovich
Journal of Great Lakes Research 28 (4), 521-536, 2002
952002
The Cape Canaveral sea and river breezes: Kinematic structure and convective initiation
NF Laird, DAR Kristovich, RM Rauber, HT Ochs, LJ Miller
Monthly weather review 123 (10), 2942-2956, 1995
931995
The lake-induced convection experiment and the snowband dynamics project
DAR Kristovich, GS Young, J Verlinde, PJ Sousounis, P Mourad, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81 (3), 519-542, 2000
912000
Idealized model simulations examining the mesoscale structure of winter lake-effect circulations
NF Laird, DAR Kristovich, JE Walsh
Monthly weather review 131 (1), 206-221, 2003
892003
Climate modulation of the Tibetan Plateau on haze in China
X Xu, T Zhao, F Liu, SL Gong, D Kristovich, C Lu, Y Guo, X Cheng, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (3), 1365-1375, 2016
852016
Observations of widespread lake-effect cloudiness: Influences of lake surface temperature and upwind conditions
DAR Kristovich, NF Laird
Weather and forecasting 13 (3), 811-821, 1998
851998
Mesoscale boundary layer and heat flux variations over pack ice–covered Lake Erie
MR Gerbush, DAR Kristovich, NF Laird
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 47 (2), 668-682, 2008
822008
Model simulations examining the relationship of lake-effect morphology to lake shape, wind direction, and wind speed
NF Laird, JE Walsh, DAR Kristovich
Monthly weather review 131 (9), 2102-2111, 2003
812003
Variations of sensible and latent heat fluxes from a Great Lakes buoy and associated synoptic weather patterns
NF Laird, DAR Kristovich
Journal of Hydrometeorology 3 (1), 3-12, 2002
752002
A satellite study of cloud-band frequencies over the Great Lakes
DAR Kristovich, RA Steve III
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 34 (9), 2083-2090, 1995
741995
Convective evolution across Lake Michigan during a widespread lake-effect snow event
DAR Kristovich, NF Laird, MR Hjelmfelt
Monthly weather review 131 (4), 643-655, 2003
712003
The Ontario Winter Lake-Effect Systems field campaign: Scientific and educational adventures to further our knowledge and prediction of lake-effect storms
DAR Kristovich, RD Clark, J Frame, B Geerts, KR Knupp, KA Kosiba, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 98 (2), 315-332, 2017
692017
Meteotsunamis in the laurentian great lakes
AJ Bechle, CH Wu, DAR Kristovich, EJ Anderson, DJ Schwab, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 37832, 2016
572016
Comparison of observations with idealized model results for a method to resolve winter lake-effect mesoscale morphology
NF Laird, DAR Kristovich
Monthly weather review 132 (5), 1093-1103, 2004
552004
Observations of urban heat island influence on lake-breeze frontal movement
JM Keeler, DAR Kristovich
Journal of applied meteorology and climatology 51 (4), 702-710, 2012
482012
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