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Publications (peer reviewed; supervised student is underlined):


Published/In Press:

2017

Halperin, D., R. Hart, H. Fuelberg, and J. Cossuth, 2017: The development and evaluation of a statistical-dynamical tropical cyclone genesis guidance tool. Wea. Forec., 32, 27-46.

2016

Halperin, D., H. Fuelberg, R. Hart, and J. Cossuth, 2016: Verification of tropical cyclone genesis forecasts from global models: Comparisons between the North Atlantic and eastern North Pacific basins. Wea. Forec., 31, 947-955.

Hart, R. E., D. R. Chavas, and M. P. Guishard, 2016: The arbitrary definition of the current Atlantic major hurricane landfall drought. Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., 97, 713-722.

2015

Schenkel, B. and R. E. Hart, 2015: An examination of the thermodynamic impacts of western North Pacific tropical cyclones on their tropical tropospheric environment. J. Climate, 28, 7529-7560.

Helms, C. N. and R. E. Hart, 2015: The evolution of dropsonde-derived kinematic and thermodynamic structures in developing and non-developing Atlantic tropical convective systems. Mon. Wea. Rev., 143, 3109-3135.

Ryglicki, D. and R. E. Hart, 2015: An Investigation of Center-Finding Techniques for Tropical Cyclones in Mesoscale Models. J. Applied Meteor. and Climatology, 54, 825-846.

Schenkel, B. and R. E. Hart, 2015: An analysis of the environmental moisture impacts of western North Pacific tropical cyclones. J. Climate, 28, 2600-2622.

Hazelton, A., R. Rogers, and R. E. Hart, 2015: Shear-Relative Asymmetries in Tropical Cyclone Eyewall Slope. Monthly Weather Review, 14, 883-903.

2014

Halperin, D., H. Fuelberg, R. Hart, J. Cossuth, Sura, P., and R. Pasch, 2014: An evaluation of tropical cyclone genesis forecasts from global numerical models.Wea. Forec., 28, 1423-1445.

2013

Truchelut, R., R. E. Hart, and B. Luthman, 2013: Global identification of previously undetected tropical cyclone candidates in NOAA/CIRES 20th Century Reanalysis data. J. Appl. Meteor. and Clim., 52, 2243-2259.

Hart, R.E. and J. H. Cossuth, 2013: A family tree of tropical meteorology's academic community and its proposed expansion. Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., 94, 1837-1848.

Helms, C. N. and R. Hart, 2013: A polygon-based line integral method for calculating vorticity, divergence, and deformation for non-uniform observations. J. Appl. Meteor. and Clim., 52, 1511-1521.

Creighton, G.A., R.E. Hart, and P. Cunningham, 2013: A spatial filter approach to determining the role of convection on the evolution of a mesoscale vortex. J. Atm. Sci., 70, 1954-1976.

Hazelton, A. and R. E. Hart, 2013: Hurricane eye slope as determined by using airborne radar reflectivity data: Composites and Case Studies. Wea. and Forec., 28, 368-386.

Cossuth, J., R. Knabb, D. Brown, and R. E. Hart, 2013: Tropical cyclone genesis guidance using pre-development Dvorak climatology. Wea. and Forec., 28, 100-118.

2012

Schenkel, B. and R. E. Hart, 2012: An examination of tropical cyclone position and intensity differences within reanalysis datasets. J. Climate, MERRA Special Collection, 25, 3453-3475. doi: 10.1175/2011JCLI4208.1.

2011

Schenkel, B. and R. Hart, 2011: Conference Notebook: Potential Precursors to Tropical Cyclone Passage. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., October 2011, 1282-1283.

Truchelut, R.E. and R.E. Hart, 2011: Quantifying the possible existence of undocumented Atlantic warm-core cyclones in NOAA/CIRES 20th Century Reanalysis Data. Geo. Res. Let., 38, L08811, doi:10.1029/2011GL046756.

2010

Hart, R.E.,2010: An inverse relationship between aggregate tropical cyclone activity and subsequent winter climate. Geo. Res. Lett., doi:10.1029/2010GL045612.

2009

Guishard, M.P., J. E. Evans, R. E. Hart, 2009: Atlantic Subtropical Storms. Part II: Climatology. J. Climate, 22, 3574-3594.

2008

Hart, R., R. Maue, and M. Watson, 2008:Papers of Note: How long does the climate "remember" a tropical cyclone? Bulletin of the Amer. Meteor. Soc., May 2008, 596-598.

Junker, N.W, Richard. H. Grumm, R. E. Hart, L.F. Bosart, K. M. Bell, and Frank J. Pereira, 2008: Use of anomalous fields to anticipate extreme rainfall in the mountains of northern California. Wea. Forec., 23, 336-356.

Evans, C. and R.E. Hart, 2008: Analysis of the wind field evolution associated with the extratropical transition of Bonnie (1998).Mon. Wea. Rev., 136, 2047-2065.

2007

Hart, R., R. Maue, and M. Watson, 2007: Estimating the atmospheric and SST memory of tropical cyclones through MPI anomaly evolution. Mon. Wea. Rev., 135, 3990-4005.

Maue, R. and R. Hart, 2007: Comment on: "Low frequency variability in globally integrated tropical cyclone power dissipation." Geo. Res. Letters, 34, L11703, doi:1029/2006GL028283

Manning, D. and R. E. Hart, 2007: Evolution of North Atlantic ERA40 Tropical Cyclone Representation. Geo. Res. Letters, 34, L05705. doi:10.1029/2006GL028266

Guishard, M.P., E. A. Nelson, J. L. Evans, R. E. Hart, and D. G. O'Connell, 2007: Bermuda subtropical storms. Meteor. and Atmos. Phys.. doi:10.1007/s00703-006-0255-y

2006

Hart, R., 2006: "Hurricanes: A Primer on Formation, Structure, Intensity Change, and Frequency." Ed: Jeff Kueter. Marshall Institute. 20pp.

Evans, J.E. and R. E. Hart, 2006: "Extratropical Transition of tropical cyclones". Atmosphere-Ocean Interactions. Volume 2. Wessex Institute of Technology. Ed: William Perrie.

Hart, R., J. L. Evans, and C. Evans, 2006: Synoptic composites of the extratropical transition lifecycle of North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones: Factors Determining Post-Transition Evolution. Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 553-578.

2003

Jones, S.C., P.A. Harr, J. Abraham, L.F. Bosart, P.J. Bowyer, J.L. Evans, D. E. Hanley, B. N. Hanstrum, R.E. Hart, F. Lalaurette, M.R. Sinclair, R.K. Smith, and C. Thorncroft, 2003: The extratropical transition of tropical cyclones: Forecast challenges, current understanding, and future directions. Wea. Forecasting, 18, 1052-1092.

Evans, J.L. and R. Hart, 2003: Objective indicators of the extratropical transition lifecycle of Atlantic tropical cyclones. Mon. Wea. Rev., 131, 909-925.

Hart, R.,2003: A cyclone phase space derived from thermal wind and thermal asymmetry. Mon. Wea. Rev., 131, 585-616.

2001

Grumm, R. H. and R. Hart, 2001: Standardized Anomalies Applied to Significant Cold Season Weather Events: Preliminary Findings Wea. Forecasting, 16, 736-754.

Hart, R. and R.H. Grumm, 2001: Using normalized climatological anomalies to objectively rank extreme synoptic-scale events. Mon. Wea. Rev., 129, 2426-2442.

Hart, R. and J.L. Evans, 2001: A climatology of the extratropical transition of Atlantic tropical cyclones. J. Climate, 14, 546-564.

1999

Hart, R., and J.L. Evans, 1999: Simulations of dual-vortex interaction within Environmental Shear. J. Atm. Science., 56, 3605-3621.

Hart, R.E, and G. S. Forbes, 1999: The use of hourly model-generated soundings to forecast mesoscale phenomena: Part II: Forecasting non-convective strong wind gusts.Wea and Forecasting, 14, 461-469.

1998

Hart, R.E., G. S. Forbes, and R. H. Grumm, 1998: The use of hourly model-generated soundings to forecast mesoscale phenomena: Part I: Forecasting warm-season phenomena. Wea and Forecasting, 13, 1165-1185.


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