Publications and Presentations

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First Author Publications

Smith, E. N., J. G. Gebauer, P. M. Klein, E. F. Fedorovich, J. A. Gibbs, 2022: Spatial and temporal characteristics of Great Plains nocturnal low-level jets, in preparation.

Smith, E. N., and J. T. Carlin, 2021: A multi-instrument fuzzy-logic boundary-layer top detection algorithm, in preparation for AMT.

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., 1471845–1869.

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.572375–2397.

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.

Collaborative Publications

McFarquhar, G. M, E. N. Smith, and co-authors, 2020: Current and Future Uses of UAS for Improved Forecasts/Warnings and Scientific StudiesBull. 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 SystemMon. Wea. Rev., 148(6), 2567-2590, doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-19-0389.1 

Dissertation

Smith, E. N., 2018: The Great Plains Nocturnal Low-Level Jet: Spatial and Temporal EvolutionPh.D. Dissertation.

Recorded Presentations

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
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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
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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
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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
EXTENDED ABSTRACT
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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