SOARS Manuscripts

Papers and posters completed by protégés in the Significant Opportunities in Atmospheric Research (SOARS) program, dating back to the program's start in 1996. SOARS provides funded research opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in the atmospheric sciences.

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The Truck Blowover Algorithm for the Pikalert® system
Observing and analyzing variations of daily precipitation: The impact of the El Niño/Southern Oscillation on Kiritimati Island
Examining the Impact of Climate Change on Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange
Characteristics of Hail Events near the Sierras de Córdoba, Argentina
Forecast Verification of the 2017 Flooding at Lake Oroville Using the National Water Model
Impact of Terrain Resolution on Precipitation Formation in a Simulated Orographic Cloud
Southern Ocean Acidification: Assessing Vulnerability
A Comparison of ADCIRC Storm Surge Predictions Given Different Forcing Inputs
Analysis of Daily Timescale Surface Temperature Variability in the Community Atmosphere Model
Examining diurnal variability across the equatorial Pacific basin associated with ENSO
Exploring the capabilities of the CHM 15k ceilometer to detect icing conditions within clouds
The Influence of ENSO on the North Pacific Ocean through Daily Weather Changes
Evaluating High-Resolution CESM Hurricane Climatology: Comparing Model Landfalls to Observational Landfalls
Seasonal dynamics of productivity in the southern Red Sea using satellite measurements
Measuring Solar Coronal Magnetism during the Total Solar Eclipse of 2017
Further exploration of MJO initiation events and precursors as revealed by an MJO-like dynamical mode
Examining the variability of the diurnal cycle of rainfall over the Pacific basin associated with El Niño
Developing a quantitative measure of convective forcing to evaluate High Resolution Rapid Refresh Ensemble (HRRRE) variance
Investigating the sources of inaccuracy in a Geonor precipitation gauge
Sensitivity of model verification results to object identification parameters using Method for Object-based Diagnostic Evaluation -- Time Domain (MODE-TD)