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  • Cotton, W.R., G. Tripoli, and K.R. Knupp, 1980: A three-dimensional simulation and observational analysis of an intense, quasi-steady thunderstorm over mountainous terrain. Preprints, VIIIth International Conference on Cloud Physics, Clermont-Ferrand, France.

  • Knupp, K.R. and W.R. Cotton, 1984: Precipitating convective cloud downdraft structure - A synthesis of observations and modeling. Preprints, 9th International Conference on Cloud Physics, Tallinn, 431-434.

  • Knupp, K.R., and W.R. Cotton, 1979: Characteristics of an intense, quasi-steady thunderstorm over mountainous terrain. Preprints, 11th Conference on Severe Local Storms, AMS, 530-537.

  • Knupp, K.R., and W.R. Cotton, 1980: Doppler radar observations of the three-dimensional turbulent structure of a quasi-steady thunderstorm. Preprints, 19th Conference on Radar Meteorology, AMS, 369-375.

  • Knupp, K.R., and W.R. Cotton, 1982: Doppler radar case study of downdraft initiation and structure within a moderately-intense thunderstorm. Preprints, 12th Conference on Severe Local Storms, AMS, 437-440.

  • Knupp, K.R., and W.R. Cotton, 1982: Characteristics of downdrafts and turbulence within thunderstorms. Preprints, Conference on Cloud Physics, AMS, 539-542.

  • Knupp, K.R., and W.R. Cotton, 1985: Downdraft initiation within precipitating convective clouds. Preprints, 14th Conference on Severe Local Storms, AMS, 171-174.

  • Knupp, K.R., K.S. Danielson, and W.R. Cotton, 1978: A radar case study analysis of a heavily precipitating quasi-stationary convective storm system. Preprints, Conference on Cloud Physics and Atmospheric Electricity, AMS, 451-458.

  • Knupp, K.R., N. Motallebi and W.R. Cotton, 1981: Observations of heavily-precipitating mountainous thunderstorms. Preprints, Fourth Conference on Hydrometeorology, AMS, 204-211.



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