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Type Year Title Authors Published In/At DOI or Online Location NGI Project Title NGI File # In NOAA Institutional Repository
Journal Paper 2022 Coastal inundation under concurrent mean and extreme sea-level rise in Coral Gables, Florida, USA Alarcon, V.J., Linhoss, A.C., Kelble, C.R., Mickle, P.F., Sanchez-Banda, G.F., Mardonez-Meza, F.E., Bishop, J., & Ashby, S.L. Natural Hazards https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-021-05163-0 AOML-NGI South Florida Water Quality Analyses (Includes Phase 2) 19-NGI3-69 Not Checked
Conference/Workshop Presentation/Poster/Paper 2021 Estimation of Hourly Salinity Concentrations Using an Artificial Neural Network Alarcon V.J., Linhoss A.C., Kelble C.R., Mickle P.F., Bishop J., & Milton E. Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA Lecture Notes in Computer Science https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-86979-3_44 AOML-NGI South Florida Water Quality Analyses (Includes Phase 2) 19-NGI3-69 Not Checked
Journal Paper 2021 Mitohelper: a mitochondrial reference sequence analysis tool for fish eDNA studies. Lim, S.J. & Thompson, L.R. Environmental DNA https://doi.org/10.1002/edn3.187 Building NOAA ‘Omics and Bioinformatics Capacity for Reproducible and Efficient Analysis of Environmental Samples 19-NGI3-78 Not Checked
Journal Paper 2018 Evaluation of a synthetic rainfall model, P-CLIPER, for use in coastal flood modeling Geoghegan, K M., Fitzpatrick, P.J., Kolar, R.L., & Dresback, K.M. Natural Hazards https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-018-3220-4 Examination and Validation of Reconnaissance Field Program Data in Multiple HWRF Framework 18-NGI3-57 Not Checked
Thesis/Dissertation 2018 Cold-Season Severe QLCS Events over North AL: Climatology, Cloud, and Boundary Layer Characteristics Lisauckis, C.A. M.S. Thesis, University of Alabama in Huntsville VORTEX-SE 2018 Field Campaign Activities: High-CAPE, Low-Shear Emphasis 17-NGI3-31
Thesis/Dissertation 2017 An observational and numerical modeling perspective of a nocturnal QLCS and its rapidly evolving environment during VORTEX-SE on 9-10 March 2017. Haliczer, D. M.S. Thesis, University of Alabama in Huntsville VORTEX-SE 2018 Field Campaign Activities: High-CAPE, Low-Shear Emphasis 17-NGI3-31
Thesis/Dissertation 2017 Doppler Radar Observations Of Horizontal Shearing Instability In Quasi-Linear Convective Systems. Conrad, D.M. M.S. Thesis, University Of Alabama In Huntsville VORTEX-SE 2018 Field Campaign Activities: High-CAPE, Low-Shear Emphasis 17-NGI3-31
Journal Paper 2019 A Spatial Pattern Analysis of Land Surface Heterogeneity and its Relationship to Initiation of Weak Tornadoes. Markert, A., R. Griffin, K. Knupp, A. Molthan, & T. Coleman Earth Interactions https://doi.org/10.1175/EI-D-18-0010.1 VORTEX-SE 2018 Field Campaign Activities: High-CAPE, Low-Shear Emphasis 17-NGI3-31 Not Checked
Journal Paper 2019 Doppler Radar Observations of Horizontal Shearing Instability in Quasi-Linear Convective Systems. Conrad, D.M., and K.R. Knupp Monthly Weather Review https://doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-18-0257.1 VORTEX-SE 2018 Field Campaign Activities: High-CAPE, Low-Shear Emphasis 17-NGI3-31 Not Checked
Journal Paper 2018 A Background Investigation of Tornado Activity across the Southern Cumberland Plateau Terrain System of Northeastern Alabama. Lyza, A.W., and K.R. Knupp Monthly Weather Review https://doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-18-0300.1 VORTEX-SE 2018 Field Campaign Activities: High-CAPE, Low-Shear Emphasis 17-NGI3-31 Not Checked