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Papers in preparation or review…
Smith, E. N., and J. T. Carlin, 2023: A multi-instrument fuzzy-logic boundary-layer top detection algorithm, in preparation for AMT.
Lappin, F. M., co-authors, E. N. Smith, and co-authors, 2023: Data collected using small uncrewed aircraft system during the TRacking Aerosol Convection Interactions ExpeRiment (TRACER), under review at Earth System Science Data
Kosiba, K., co-authors, E. N. Smith, and co-authors, 2023: The Propagation, Evolution, and Rotation in Linear Storms (PERiLS) Project, under review at BAMS
Carlin, J. T., E. N. Smith, and K. Giannakopolous, 2023: Contextualizing Polarimetric Retrievals of Boundary Layer Height using State-of-the-Art Boundary Layer Profiling, in preparation for TBD AMS journal.
First Author Publications
Smith, E. N., Greene, B.R., Bell, T.M., Blumberg, W.G., Wakefield, R., Reif, D., Niu, Q., Wamg, Q., Turner, D.D., 2021: Evaluation and Applications of Multi-Instrument Boundary-Layer Thermodynamic Retrievals. Boundary-Layer Meteorol 181, 95–123. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10546-021-00640-2
Smith, E. N., J. G. Gebauer, P. M. Klein, E. F. Fedorovich, J. A. Gibbs, 2019: The Great Plains low-level jet during PECAN: observed and simulated characteristics, Mon. Wea. Rev., 147, 1845–1869.
Smith, E. N., J. A. Gibbs, E. Fedorovich, P. M. Klein, 2018: WRF model study of the Great Plains low-level jet, J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 57, 2375–2397.
Smith, E. N., E. Fedorovich, A. Shapiro, 2017: Comparison of analytical descriptions of nocturnal low-level jets with the Ekman model framework, Environ. Fluid. Mech., 17, 485-495.
de Boer, G., co-authors, E. N. Smith and , co-authors, 2023: Supporting Advancement in Weather and Water Prediction in the Upper Colorado River Basin: The SPLASH Campaign. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-22-0147.1
Adler, B., co-authors, E. N. Smith, and co-authors, 2023: Impact of seasonal snow-cover change on the observed and simulated state of the atmospheric boundary layer in a high-altitude mountain valley. J. Geophys. Res.: Atmos., 128. doi.org/10.1029/2023JD038497
Laser, J. J., M. C. Coniglio, P. S. Skinner, and E. N. Smith, 2022: Doppler Lidar and Mobile Radiosonde Observation-Based Evaluation of Warn-on-Forecast System Predicted Near-Supercell Environments during TORUS 2019, Weather and Forecasting, 37(10), 1783-1804, doi.org/10.1175/WAF-D-21-0190.1
Duncan Jr., J.B., co-authors, E. N. Smith, and co-authors, 2022: Evaluating convective planetary boundary layer height estimations resolved by both active and passive remote sensing instruments during the CHEESEHEAD19 field campaign. Atmos. Meas. Tech., 15, 2479–2502, https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-15-2479-2022.
Butterworth, B. J., co-authors, E. N. Smith, and co-authors, 2021: Connecting land–atmosphere interactions to surface heterogeneity in CHEESEHEAD19, Bull. Amet. Soc.,102(2), E421-E445, doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-19-0346.1.
McFarquhar, G. M, E. N. Smith, and co-authors, 2020: Current and Future Uses of UAS for Improved Forecasts/Warnings and Scientific Studies, Bull. Amet. Soc.,101(8), E1322-E1328. doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-20-0015.1.
Potvin C. K., co-authors, E. N. Smith, 2020: Assessing systematic impacts of PBL schemes on storm evolution in the NOAA Warn-on-Forecast System, Mon. Wea. Rev., 148(6), 2567-2590, doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-19-0389.1
Smith, E. N., 2018: The Great Plains Nocturnal Low-Level Jet: Spatial and Temporal Evolution, Ph.D. Dissertation.
AMS – 12th Symposium on Lidar Atmospheric Applications
Smith, E. N., T.M. Bell, J. G. Gebauer, 2023: Double the Lidars, Triple the Terms: Estimating Tke from Mobile Dual-Lidar in Severe Environments
AMS – 24th Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence
Smith, E. N., J. T. Carlin, 2023: A Multi-Instrument Fuzzy Logic Boundary-Layer Top Detection Algorithm
AMS – 23rd Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence
Smith, E. N., J. G. Gebauer, P. M. Klein, E. Fedorovich, J. A. Gibbs, 2018: Evaluating the spatial and temporal evolution of Great Plains low-level jets during PECAN using high-resolution observations and simulations
AMS – 2018 Annual Meeting/Special Symposium on PECAN
Smith, E. N., P. M. Klein, E. Fedorovich, J. A. Gibbs, J. G. Gebauer, 2018: The Great Plains low-level jet during PECAN: observed and simulated characteristics
AMS – 2017 Annual Meeting/28th Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting/24th Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction
1st place student presentation award
Smith, E. N., J. A. Gibbs, E. Fedorovich, P. M. Klein, 2017: The Great Plains low-level jet during PECAN: initial comparisons of profiling observations with WRF model predictions
AMS – 22nd Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence
Smith, E. N., J. A. Gibbs, E. Fedorovich, T. A. Bonin, 2016: WRF model study of the Great Plains low-level jet: effects of grid spacing and boundary layer parameterization
Posters Available Online
AMS – 100th Annual Meeting (2020)
Poster 1: Smith, E. N., M. C. Coniglio, and S. Waugh, 2020: TORUS Doppler lidar and radiosonde wind intercomparison
Poster 2: Smith E. N. A. E. Reinhart, M. C. Coniglio, and C. L. Ziegler: TORUS in the clear air: pre-convection observations from a profile and transect perspective