Recent advances in tropical cyclone research from rawinsonde composite analysis. W. M. Gray, 1981, prepared for the WMO Committee of Atmospheric Science for distribution to interested meteorologists.
On the balance of forces and radial accelerations in hurricanes. W. M. Gray, February 1961, Atmospheric Sciences Research Report Number 1.
The mutual variation of wind, shear and baroclinicity in the cumulus convective atmosphere of the hurricane. W. M. Gray, February 1967, #104.
Global view of the origin of tropical disturbances and storms. W. M. Gray, October 1967, #114.
A statistical study of the frictional wind veering in the Planetary Boundary Layer. B. Mendenhall, December 1967, #116.
Investigation of the importance of cumulus convection and ventilation in early tropical storm development. R. Lopez, June 1968, #124.
Characteristics of the tornado environment as deduced from proximity soundings. T.G. Wills, June 1969, #140.
Statistical analysis of trade wind cloud clusters in the western North Pacific. K. Williams, June 1970, #161.
A diagnostic study of the Planetary Boundary Layer over the oceans. W. M. Gray, February 1972, #179.
The structure and dynamics of the hurricane’s inner core area. D. J. Shea, April 1972, #182.
Cumulus convection and larger-scale circulations, Part I: A parametric model of cumulus convection. R. E. Lopez, June 1972, #188.
Cumulus convection and larger-scale circulations, Part II: Cumulus and meso-scale interactions. R. E. Lopez, June 1972, #189.
Cumulus convection and larger-scale circulations, Part III: Broadscale and meso-scale considerations. W. M. Gray, July 1972, #190.
Characteristics of carbon black dust as a tropospheric heat source for weather modification. W. M. Frank, January 1973, #195.
Feasibility of beneficial hurricane modification by carbon black seeding. W. M. Gray, April 1973, #196.
Variability of Planetary Boundary Layer winds. L. R. Hoxit, May 1973, #199.
Hurricane spawned tornadoes. D. J. Novlan, May 1973, #200.
A study of tornado proximity data and an observationally derived model of tornado genesis. R. Maddox, November 1973, #212.
Analysis of satellite observed tropical cloud clusters. E. Ruprecht and W. M. Gray, May 1974, #219.
Precipitation characteristics in the Northeast Brazil dry region. R. P. L. Ramos, May 1974, #224.
Weather modification through carbon dust absorption of solar energy. W. M. Gray, W. M. Frank, M. L. Corrin and C. A. Stokes, July 1974, #225.
Tropical cyclone genesis. W. M. Gray, March 1975, #234.
Tropical cyclone motion and surrounding parameter relationships. J. E. George, December 1975, #241.
Paper I: Observational evidence, Paper II: Physical hypothesis. R. W. Jacobson and W. M. Gray, February 1976, #243.
Data summary of NOAA’s hurricanes inner-core radial leg flight penetrations 1957-1967, and 1969. W. M. Gray and D. J. Shea, October 1976, #257.
The structure and energetics of the tropical cyclone. W. M. Frank, October 1976, #258.
Typhoon genesis and pre-typhoon cloud clusters. R. M. Zehr, November 1976, #259.
Diurnal variation of the tropospheric energy budget. G. S. Foltz, November 1976, #262.
Comparison of developing and non-developing tropical disturbances. S. L. Erickson, July 1977, #274.
Tropical cyclone cloud and intensity relationships. C. P. Arnold, November 1977, #277.
Diagnostic analyses of the GATE A/B-scale area at individual time periods. W. M. Frank, November 1978, #297.
Diurnal variability in the GATE region. J. M. Dewart, November 1978, #298.
Mass divergence in tropical weather systems, Paper I: Diurnal variation; Paper II: Large-scale controls on convection. J. L. McBride and W. M. Gray, November 1978, #299.
Convection induced temperature change in GATE. P. G. Grube, February 1979, #305.
Observational analysis of tropical cyclone formation. J. L. McBride, April 1979, #308.
Tropical cyclone intensity change – A quantitative forecasting scheme. K. M. Dropco, May 1981, #333.
The role of the general circulation in tropical cyclone genesis. G. Love, April 1982, #340.
Cumulus momentum transports in tropical cyclones. C. S. Lee, May 1982, #341.
Tropical cyclone movement and surrounding flow relationships. J. C. L. Chan and W. M. Gray, May 1982, #343.
Environmental circulations associated with tropical cyclones experiencing fast, slow and looping motions. J. Xu and W. M. Gray, May 1982, #346.
Tropical cyclone motion: Environmental interaction plus a beta effect. G. J. Holland, May 1982, #348.
A comparison of large and small tropical cyclones. R. T. Merrill, July 1982, #352.
On the physical processes responsible for tropical cyclone motion. J. C. L. Chan, November 1982, #358.
Tropical cyclones in the Australian/Southwest Pacific region. G. J. Holland, March 1983, #363.
Atlantic sesonal hurricane frequency, Part I: El Nino and 30 mb QBO influences; Part II: Forecasting its variability. W. M. Gray, July 1983, #370.
A statistical method for one- to three-day tropical cyclone track prediction. C. R. Matsumoto, December 1984, #379.
Typhoon structural variability. C. L. Weatherford, October 1985, #391.
Global view of the upper level outflow patterns associated with tropical cyclone intensity change during FGGE. L. Chen and W. Gray, October 1985, #392.
Environmental influences on hurricane intensification. R. T. Merrill, December 1985, #394.
An observational study of tropical cloud cluster evolution and cyclogenesis in the western North Pacific. C. S. Lee, September 1986, #403.
Tropical cyclone observation and forecasting with and without aircraft reconnaissance. J. D. Martin, May 1988, #428.
Investigation of tropical cyclone genesis and development using low-level aircraft flight data. M. G. Middlebrooke, May 1988, #429.
Environmental and convective influence on tropical cyclone development vs. non-development. P. A. Lunney, December 1988, #436.
The structural evolution of typhoons. C. L. Weatherford, September 1989, #446.
Relationships between tropical cyclone deep convection and the radial extent of damaging winds. D. N. Shoemaker, October 1989, #457.
Associations between West Pacific equatorial zonal winds and East Pacific SST anomalies. C. C. Collimore, May 1990, #468.
An observational analysis of tropical cyclone recurvature. S. J. Hodanish, May 1991, #480.
West African monsoonal rainfall and intense hurricane associations. C. W. Landsea, October 1991, #484.
Tropical cyclone motion and recurvature in TCM-90. M. E. Fitzpatrick, September 1992, #508.
Evidence of a stratospheric QBO modulation of tropical convection. J. A. Knaff, January 1993, #520.
Understanding and forecasting tropical cyclone intensity change. P. J. Fitzpatrick, March 1996, #598.
Instrument wetting errors in hurricanes and a re-examination of inner-core thermodynamics. M. D. Eastin, August 1999, #683.
Prediction of August Atlantic basin hurricane activity. E. S. Blake, Spring 2002, #719.
Forecasting September Atlantic basin tropical cyclone activity at zero and one month lead times. P. J. Klotzbach, Summer 2002, #723.
Buoyancy of convective vertical motions in the inner core of intense hurricanes. M. D. Eastin, July 2003, #744.
Forecasting summer/fall El Nino – Southern Oscillation events at 6-11 month lead times. S. A. Seseske, June 2004, #749.