Found 10 results
Filters: Keyword is stratocumulus  [Clear All Filters]
Yang L., Liu J.W, Ren Z.P, Xie SP, Zhang S.P, Gao S.H.  2018.  Atmospheric conditions for advection-radiation fog over the western Yellow Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:5455-5468.
Wu E., Clemesha R.ES, Kleissl J..  2018.  Coastal stratocumulus cloud edge forecasts. Solar Energy. 164:355-369.
Wilcox E.M, Thomas R.M, Praveen P.S, Pistone K., Bender F.AM, Ramanathan V.  2016.  Black carbon solar absorption suppresses turbulence in the atmospheric boundary layer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113:11794-11799.
Myers T.A, Norris J.R.  2016.  Reducing the uncertainty in subtropical cloud feedback. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:2144-2148.
Liu J.W, Xie SP, Zhang S.P.  2015.  Effects of the Hawaiian Islands on the vertical structure of low-level clouds from CALIPSO lidar. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 120:215-228.
Myers T.A, Norris J.R.  2015.  On the relationships between subtropical clouds and meteorology in observations and CMIP3 and CMIP5 models. Journal of Climate. 28:2945-2967.
Schmidt J.M, Flatau P.J, Yates R.D.  2014.  Convective cells in altocumulus observed with a high-resolution radar. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 71:2130-2154.
Liu J.W, Xie SP, Norris J.R, Zhang S.P.  2014.  Low-level cloud response to the Gulf Stream front in winter using CALIPSO. Journal of Climate. 27:4421-4432.
Bellomo K., Clement A.C, Norris J.R, Soden B.J.  2014.  Observational and model estimates of cloud amount feedback over the Indian and Pacific oceans. Journal of Climate. 27:925-940.
Myers T.A, Norris J.R.  2013.  Observational evidence that enhanced subsidence reduces subtropical marine boundary layer cloudiness. Journal of Climate. 26:7507-7524.