Dr. Russ Stanley Schumacher

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  Refereed Journal Articles Top
15 Schumacher, R.S., and T.J. Galarneau, Jr., 2012: Moisture transport into midlatitudes ahead of recurving tropical cyclones and its relevance in two predecessor rain events. Monthly Weather Review, 140, 1810-1827. 2012
14 Bodner, M.J., N.W. Junker, R.H. Grumm, and R.S. Schumacher, 2011: Comparison of atmospheric circulation patterns during the 2008 and. 1993 historic Midwest floods. National Weather Digest, 35, 103-119. 2012
13 Evans, C., R.S. Schumacher, and T.J. Galarneau, Jr., 2011: Sensitivity in the overland reintensification of Tropical Cyclone Erin (2007) to near-surface soil moisture characteristics. Monthly Weather Review,139,3848-3870. 2011
12 Schumacher, R.S., 2011: Ensemble-based analysis of factors leading to the development of a multi-day warm-season heavy rain event. Monthly Weather Review, 139, 3016-3035 2011
11 Schumacher, R.S., T.J. Galarneau, Jr., and L.F. Bosart, 2011: Distant effects of a recurving tropical cyclone on rainfall in a midlatitude convective system: A high-impact predecessor rain event. Monthly Weather Review, 139, 650-667 2011
10 Bodner, M.J., N.W. Junker, R.H. Grumm, and R.S. Schumacher, 2011: Comparison of atmospheric circulation patterns during the 2008 and 1993 historic Midwest floods. National Weather Digest, 35, 103-119. 2011
9 Schumacher, R.S., D.M. Schultz, and J.A. Knox, 2010: Convective snowbands downstream of the Rocky Mountains in an environment with conditional, dry symmetric and inertial instabilities. Monthly Weather Review, 138, 4416-4438. 2010
8 Schumacher, R.S., D.T. Lindsey, A.B. Schumacher, J. Braun, S.D. Miller, and J.L. Demuth, 2010: Multidisciplinary analysis of an unusual tornado: Meteorology, climatology, and the communication and interpretation of warnings. Weather and Forecasting, 25, 1412-1429. 2010
7 Galarneau, T.J., Jr., L.F. Bosart, and R.S. Schumacher, 2010: Predecessor rain events ahead of tropical cyclones. Monthly Weather Review, 138, 3272-3297. 2010
6 Schumacher, R.S., and C.A. Davis, 2010: Ensemble-based uncertainty analysis of diverse heavy rainfall events. Weather and Forecasting, 25, 1103-1122. 2010
5 Schumacher, R.S., 2009: Mechanisms for quasi-stationary behavior in simulated heavy-rain- producing convective systems. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 66, 1543-1568. 2009
4 Schumacher, R.S., and R.H. Johnson, 2009: Quasi-stationary, extreme-rain-producing convective systems associated with midlevel cyclonic circulations. Weather and Forecasting, 24, 555-574. 2009
3 Schumacher, R.S., and R.H. Johnson, 2008: Mesoscale processes contributing to extreme rainfall in a midlatitude warm-season flash flood. Monthly Weather Review, 136, 3964-3986. 2008
2 Schumacher, R.S., and R.H. Johnson, 2006: Characteristics of U.S. extreme rain events during 1999-2003. Weather and Forecasting, 21, 69-85. 2006
1 Schumacher, R.S., and R.H. Johnson, 2005: Organization and environmental properties of extreme-rain-producing mesoscale convective systems. Monthly Weather Review, 133, 961- 976. 2005
 
  Other (e.g.: Lab Texts, Book Reviews, Technical Reports, In-House Reports) Top
7 Schumacher, R.S., 2011: Review of Mesoscale Meteorology in Midlatitudes by Markowski and Richardson, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 90, 306-308. 2012
6 Galarneau, T.J. Jr., L.F. Bosart, and R.S. Schumacher, 2009: Reintensification of Tropical Storm Erin (2007) over Oklahoma. Conference Notebook, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 90, 306-308. 2009
5 Schultz, D.M., R.S. Schumacher, and J.A. Knox, 2007: The unappreciated threat from inertial instability. Conference Notebook, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 88, 1537. 2007
4 Schumacher, R.S., and R.H. Johnson, 2007: Evolution and maintenance of simulated extreme-rain- producing mesoscale convective systems. Preprints, 22nd Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting/18th Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction, Park City, UT, American Meteorological Society 2007
3 Schumacher, R.S., and R.H. Johnson, 2006: WRF Model simulations of a quasi-stationary, extreme-rain- producing mesoscale convective system. Preprints, Seventh WRF Users’ Workshop, Boulder, CO, National Center for Atmospheric Research 2006
2 Schumacher, R.S., and R.H. Johnson, 2005: The organization of flood-inducing storms. Papers of Note, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 86, 634-635. 2005
1 Schumacher, R.S., and D.M. Schultz, 2001: Inertial instability: climatology and possible relationship to severe weather predictability. Preprints, Ninth Conference on Mesoscale Processes, Fort Lauderdale, FL, American Meteorological Society, 372-375. 2001
 

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