Harold Brooks
Harold Brooks
Research Meteorologist, NOAA/NSSL
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei noaa.gov
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Flash flood forecasting: An ingredients-based methodology
CA Doswell III, HE Brooks, RA Maddox
Weather and Forecasting 11 (4), 560-581, 1996
11401996
The spatial distribution of severe thunderstorm and tornado environments from global reanalysis data
HE Brooks, JW Lee, JP Craven
Atmospheric Research 67, 73-94, 2003
5472003
Monitoring and understanding trends in extreme storms: State of knowledge
KE Kunkel, TR Karl, H Brooks, J Kossin, JH Lawrimore, D Arndt, L Bosart, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (4), 499-514, 2013
4172013
On the environments of tornadic and nontornadic mesocyclones
HE Brooks, CA Doswell III, J Cooper
Weather and forecasting 9 (4), 606-618, 1994
3751994
Climatological estimates of local daily tornado probability for the United States
HE Brooks, CA Doswell III, MP Kay
Weather and Forecasting 18 (4), 626-640, 2003
3632003
Baseline climatology of sounding derived parameters associated with deep, moist convection
JP Craven, HE Brooks, JA Hart
Natl. Wea. Dig 28 (1), 13-24, 2004
3512004
Monitoring and understanding changes in heat waves, cold waves, floods, and droughts in the United States: state of knowledge
TC Peterson, RR Heim Jr, R Hirsch, DP Kaiser, H Brooks, NS Diffenbaugh, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (6), 821-834, 2013
3492013
Changes in severe thunderstorm environment frequency during the 21st century caused by anthropogenically enhanced global radiative forcing
RJ Trapp, NS Diffenbaugh, HE Brooks, ME Baldwin, ED Robinson, JS Pal
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (50), 19719-19723, 2007
3212007
Using ensembles for short-range forecasting
DJ Stensrud, HE Brooks, J Du, MS Tracton, E Rogers
Monthly Weather Review 127 (4), 433-446, 1999
2771999
Evolution of the US tornado database: 1954–2003
SM Verbout, HE Brooks, LM Leslie, DM Schultz
Weather and Forecasting 21 (1), 86-93, 2006
2742006
Precipitation forecasting using a neural network
T Hall, HE Brooks, CA Doswell III
Weather and forecasting 14 (3), 338-345, 1999
2651999
Convective modes for significant severe thunderstorms in the contiguous United States. Part I: Storm classification and climatology
BT Smith, RL Thompson, JS Grams, C Broyles, HE Brooks
Weather and Forecasting 27 (5), 1114-1135, 2012
2412012
Severe thunderstorms and climate change
HE Brooks
Atmospheric Research 123, 129-138, 2013
2262013
Climatological estimates of daily local nontornadic severe thunderstorm probability for the United States
CA Doswell III, HE Brooks, MP Kay
Weather and Forecasting 20 (4), 577-595, 2005
2222005
Mesocyclogenesis from a theoretical perspective
R Davies-Jones, H Brooks
GMS 79, 105-114, 1993
2191993
On the implementation of the enhanced Fujita scale in the USA
CA Doswell III, HE Brooks, N Dotzek
Atmospheric Research 93 (1-3), 554-563, 2009
2152009
Tornadoes from squall lines and bow echoes. Part I: Climatological distribution
RJ Trapp, SA Tessendorf, ES Godfrey, HE Brooks
Weather and forecasting 20 (1), 23-34, 2005
2112005
A review of planetary boundary layer parameterization schemes and their sensitivity in simulating southeastern US cold season severe weather environments
AE Cohen, SM Cavallo, MC Coniglio, HE Brooks
Weather and forecasting 30 (3), 591-612, 2015
1942015
On the relationship of tornado path length and width to intensity
HE Brooks
Weather and forecasting 19 (2), 310-319, 2004
1842004
Deaths in the 3 May 1999 Oklahoma City tornado from a historical perspective
HE Brooks, CA Doswell III
Weather and Forecasting 17 (3), 354-361, 2002
1832002
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