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  • Aydin, K., T. M. Walsh and D. S. Zrnić, 1993: Analysis of the dual-polarization radar and T-28 aircraft measurements during an Oklahoma hailstorm. Preprints, 26th International Conf. on Radar Meteorology, Norman, OK, 24-28 May 1993. Amer. Meteor. Soc., Boston, 540-542.

  • Beals, M., D.V. Kliche, A.G. Detwiler, S. Williams, 2006: On-line archive of storm penetrating data. Preprints, 23rd Conf. on Severe Storms, St. Louis, MO, Nov. 3-10, 2006, Amer. Meteor. Soc.

  • Bloomer, M. C., M. R. Hjelmfelt, A. G. Detwiler, P. L. Smith, Jr., B. E. Martner and J. L. Stith, 1995: Circulations and microphysical developments in convective cloud complexes observed with radar and aircraft. Preprint, 27th Conf. Radar Meteor., Vail, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 386-388.

  • Brandes, E.A., J. Vivekanandan, J.D. Tuttle, and C.J. Kessinger, 1993: Sensing thunderstorm microphysics with multiparameter radar: Application for aviation. Preprints, 5th Conf. on Aviation Wea. Systems, Vienna, VA, 98-102.

  • Cannon, T.W., 1976: A particle camera for powered aircraft. Preprints, Int’l. Conf. on Cloud Physics, 572-575.

  • Chang, W-Y., A. G. Detwiler, M. R. Hjelmfelt, and P. L. Smith, Jr., 1995: Radar and in-situ microphysical observations in a High Plains squall line. Preprints, 27th Conf. Radar Meteor., Vail, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 559-561.

  • Detwiler, A. G. and P. L. Smith, Jr., 1989: Thunderstorm observations with the armored T-28 aircraft. Extended Abstract, 3rd Interagency Airborne Geoscience Workshop, San Diego, CA.

  • Detwiler, A. G., and P. L. Smith, Jr., 1991: Measurements of electric field using the armored T‑28 aircraft. Presented at the 4th Interagency Airborne Geoscience Workshop, LaJolla, CA. (Abstract)

  • Detwiler, A. G., J. H. Helsdon, D. J. Musil, R. Ramachandran, P. L. Smith, Jr., V. N. Bringi and I.J. Caylor, 1993: Observations of electrification in CaPE thunderstorms. Preprint, 17th Conf. on Severe Local Storms/Conference on Atmospheric Electricity, St. Louis, Res. Grant No. 91-0141 MO, Amer. Meter. Soc., J8-J15.

  • Detwiler, A. G., J. H. Helsdon, Jr., and D. J. Musil, 1990: Evolution of a band of severe storms. Preprint, Conf. Atmos. Elec., Alberta, Canada, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 705-709.

  • Detwiler, A. G., P. L. Smith, Jr., and J. L. Stith, 1992: Observations of microphysical evolution in a High Plains thunderstorm. Preprints, 11th Intnl. Conf. on Clouds and Precipitation, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Vol. 1, 260-263.

  • Detwiler, A.G. and R.E. Feind, 1998: Intercomparison of T‑28 J-W and King Probe cloud liquid water measurements: VORTEX/MIGHT, May and June 1995. Preprint, Conf. on Cloud Physics and 14th Conf. on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification, Everett, WA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 122-125.

  • Detwiler, A.G., J.H. Helsdon, D.V. Kliche, Q. Mo, and T.A. Warner, 2002: Lightning characteristics of two storms observed during STEPS. 21st Severe Storms Conference, San Antonio, TX, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 311-314.

  • Detwiler, A.G., P.L. Smith, Jr., and J.L. Stith, 1996: Studies of thunderstorm transport processes with aircraft using tracer techniques. Proc., 2nd Intn’l. Airborne Remote Sensing Conf. & Exhibition, San Francisco, CA., I-3-10.

  • Detwiler, A.G., P.L. Smith, Jr., G.N. Johnson, D.V. Kliche, 2004: Three decades of in situ observations inside thunderstorms. Preprints, 22nd Conf. On Severe Local Storms, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Hyannis, MA.

  • Dye, J. E., and W. Toutenhoofd, 1973: Measurements of the vertical velocity of the air inside cumulus congestus clouds. Preprints, 8th Conf. Severe Local Storms, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Chicago, IL, 33-34.

  • Farley, R. D., 1985: Simulation of the 2 Aug 1981 CCOPE hailstorm. International Cloud Modeling Workshop/Conference, Irsee, Germany, WMO, 99-110.

  • Giori, K.L. and J.E. Nanevicz, 1992: Comparison of the electrical charging and discharging environments of multiple aircraft-borne electric-field measurement systems. Proc., 15th Int’l. Aerospace and Ground Conf on Lightning and Static Electricity, Atlantic City, NJ, 27-1-27-10.

  • Han, Q., W.B. Rossow, J. Chou, R.M. Welch, 1997: Comparison of ice cloud particle sizes retrieved from satellite data derived from in situ measurements. Preprints, 9th Conf. Atmos. Rad., Long Beach, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 368-372.

  • Heymsfield, A. J., D. J. Musil, and G. B. Foote, 1978: The CO hailstorm of 22 July 1976: III. Characteristics of the updraft region. 18th Conference on Radar Meteorology, Atlanta, GA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 226-231.

  • Heymsfield, A.J. and M.R. Hjelmfelt, 1981: Dynamical and microphysical observations in Two Oklahoma Squall Lines. Part II: In-Situ Measurements. Preprints, 20th Conf. on Radar Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 60-65.

  • Hjelmfelt, M. R., L. R. Johnson, A. G. Detwiler, D. L. Priegnitz. P. L. Smith, Jr., B. A. Boe and R. F. Reinking, 1995: Radar analysis of the 15 July 1993 North Dakota record rainstorm. Preprint, 27th Conf. Radar Meteor., Amer. Meteor. Soc., Vail, CO, 571-573.

  • Hjelmfelt, M.R. and A.J. Heymsfield, 1981: Dynamical and microphysical observations in 2 Oklahoma Squall Lines. Part I: Radar Measurements. Preprints, 20th Conf. on Radar Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 55-59.

  • Hjelmfelt, M.R., A.J. Heymsfield, and R.J. Serafin, 1981: Combined radar and aircraft analysis of a Doppler radar “black hole” region in an Oklahoma squall line. Preprints, 20th Conf. on Radar Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 66-705.

  • Johnson, G. N., J. H. Killinger, D. J. Musil, and P.L. Smith, Jr., 1978: Cloud physics observations inside hailstorms with an armored aircraft data system. 4th Symposium on Meteorological Observations and Instrumentation, Denver, CO, 351-356.

  • Kennedy, P.C., A. G. Detwiler, and P.L. Smith, Jr., 1999: Radar and aircraft observations of microphysical evolution in updraft regions of a High Plains multicellular thunderstorm. Preprints, 29th Int’l. Conf. Radar Meteorology, Montreal, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 355-357.

  • Liao, L., R. Meneghini, T. Iguchi, and A. Detwiler, 1997: Estimation of snow parameters from dual-wavelength airborne radar. Preprints, 28th Radar Conference, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Austin, TX.

  • Miller, J. R., J. H. Hirsch, and H. D. Orville, 1981: Aircraft measurements versus cloud model variables in a Montana cumulus. Preprint, 8th Conf. on Inadvertent and Planned Weather Modification, Reno, NV, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96-97.

  • Miller, J. R., Jr., D. J. Musil, G. N. Johnson, J. L. Halvorson, and P.L. Smith, Jr., 1978: Airborne versus ground hail sizes. Conference on Cloud Physics and Atmospheric Electricity, Issaquah, WA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 178-181.

  • Musil, D. J. and J. Prodan, 1980: Direct effects of lightning on an aircraft during intentional penetrations of thunderstorms. Symposium on Lightning Technology, Hampton, VA, NASA, 363-370.

  • Musil, D. J. and P. L. Smith, Jr., 1988: Interior characteristics at mid-levels of thunderstorms in the southeastern United States. Preprint, 10th International Cloud Physics Conference, Bad Homburg, FRG, 638-640, doi:10.1016/0169-8095(89)90043-4.

  • Musil, D. J. and R. A. Deola, 1984: Interior characteristics of southeast Montana thunderstorms. Preprint, 9th International Cloud Physics Conference, Tallinn, USSR, 473-476.

  • Musil, D. J., A. G. Detwiler, D. L. Priegnitz, M. R. Hjelmfelt and P. L. Smith, Jr.: Radar and aircraft investigation of a North Dakota thunderstorm project storm complex (10 July 1989). Preprints, 26th Int. Conf. on Radar Meteor., Norman, OK, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 91-93.

  • Musil, D. J., A. J. Heymsfield, and P. L. Smith, Jr., 1982: Characteristics of the weak echo region in an intense High Plains thunderstorm as determined by a penetrating aircraft. Preprint, Conf. on Cloud Physics, Chicago, IL, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 535-538.

  • Musil, D. J., C. Knight, W. R. Sand, A. S. Dennis, and I. Paluch, 1976: Radar and related hydrometeor observations inside a multicell hailstorm. Preprint, International Conference on Cloud Physics, Boulder, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 644-649.

  • Musil, D. J., E. L. May, P. L. Smith Jr., and W. R. Sand, 1974: Measurements of ice and liquid precipitation distributions inside hailstorms. Preprint, Conference on Cloud Physics, Tucson, AZ, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 267-270.

  • Musil, D. J., P. L. Smith, Jr., and A. Waldvogel, 1984: Evaluation of the applicability of the accumulation zone hypothesis to Swiss hailstorms. Preprint, 9th Conference on Weather Modification, Park City, UT, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 29-30.

  • Musil, D. J., P. L. Smith, Jr., and N. E. Westcott, 1990: Armored aircraft observations of a severe hailstorm in Illinois. Preprint, 16th Conf. on Severe Local Storms and the Conf. on Atmos. Electricity, Kananaskis Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 485-488.

  • Musil, D. J., P.L. Smith, Jr., and A. J. Heymsfield, 1978: Total hydrometeor spectra in a hailstorm and implications for precipitation growth processes. Conference on Cloud Physics and Atmospheric Electricity, Issaquah, WA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 173-177.

  • Musil, D. J., P.L. Smith, Jr., and J. R. Miller, Jr., J.H. Killinger, and J.L. Halvorson, 1977: Characteristics of vertical velocities observed in T‑28 penetrations of hailstorms. Preprint, 6th Conference on Inadvertent Weather Modification, Champaign-Urbana, IL, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 166-169.

  • Musil, D. J., W. R. Sand, and R. A. Schleusener, 1973: An interior view of a hailstorm near 20,000 ft. Preprint, 8th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Denver, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 35-38.

  • Orville, H. D. and L. M. Wu, 1984: A comparison of cloud model results and aircraft observations. 9th Int. Cloud Physics Conf., Tallinn, USSR, WMO, 561-564.

  • Peterson, B.A., D.J. Musil, and P.L. Smith, Jr., 1990: Computerized reduction of airborne foil impactor data from COHMEX thunderstorms. Preprint, Conference on Cloud Phyics, San Francisco, CA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 352-355.

  • Prodan, J., 1979: The T-28 thunder/hailstorm penetration aircraft. 3rd Annual Workshop on Meteorological and Environmental Inputs to Aviation Systems, Tullahoma, Tennessee.

  • Sand, W. R., D. J. Musil, and R. A. Schleusener, 1974: Location of updrafts in relation to high reflectivity zones. Preprint, 4th National Conference on Weather Modification, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 133-138.

  • Sand, W. R., D. J. Musil, and R. A. Schleusener, 1974: Observed liquid water and ice composition of the high radar reflectivity zones and updraft areas of hailstorms. Preprint, Conference on Cloud Physics, Tucson, AZ, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 263-266.

  • Sand, W. R., D. J. Musil, and R. A. Schleusener, 1974: Observed liquid water and ice composition of the high radar reflectivity zones and updraft areas of hailstorms. Preprint, Conference on Cloud Physics, Tucson, AZ, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 263-266.

  • Sand, W. R., D. J. Musil, and T. G. Kyle, 1974: Observations of turbulence and icing inside thunderstorms. Preprint, 6th Conference on Aerospace and Aeronautical Meteorology, El Paso, TX, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 299-304.

  • Sand, W. R., J.L. Halvorson, and T. G. Kyle, 1976: Turbulence measurements inside thunderstorms used to determine diffusion characteristics for cloud seeding. 2nd World Meteorological Organization Conference on Weather Modification, Boulder, CO, 539-545.

  • Smith, P. L., Jr. and D. C. Jansen, 1982: Observations inside SESAME thunderstorms with an airborne hail spectrometer. Preprint, 12th Conf. on Severe Local Storms, San Antonio, TX, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 16-19.

  • Smith, P. L., Jr., 1982: Analysis of raindrop size data obtained by aircraft. HIPLEX Workshop, Denver, CO.

  • Smith, P. L., Jr., A. G. Detwiler, D. J. Musil, V. Chandrasekar and V. N. Bringi, 1992: Coordinated aircraft and multi-parameter radar observations of CaPE warm-based clouds. Preprints, 11th Intnl. Conf. on Clouds and Precipitation, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Vol. 1, 444-446.

  • Smith, P. L., Jr., D. J. Musil, and A. Waldvogel, 1983: Clues regarding hail development processes from observations inside Swiss hailstorms. 13th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Tulsa, OK, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 9-12.

  • Smith, P. L., Jr., D. J. Musil, and A. Waldvogel, 1984: Aircraft observations inside Swiss thunderstorms. 9th Intl. Cloud Physics Conf., Tallinn, USSR, WMO, 109-112.

  • Smith, P. L., Jr., D. J. Musil, and D. C. Jansen, 1980: Observations of anomalous large particles inside CO and Oklahoma thunderstorms. VIII International Conference on Cloud Physics, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 295-298.

  • Smith, P.L. Jr., D. J. Musil, S. F. Weber, J. F. Spahn, G. N. Johnson, and W. R. Sand, 1976: Raindrop and hailstone size distributions inside hailstorms. Preprint, International Conference on Cloud Physics, Boulder, CO, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 252-257.

  • Smith, P.L., Jr. and A.G. Detwiler, 1996: Aircraft observations within thunderstorms for validation of microphysical inferences from multiparameter radar data. Proc., 2nd Intn’l. Airborne Remote Sensing Conf. & Exhibition, San Francisco, CA, II- 507-516.

  • Smith, P.L., Jr. and D.V. Kliche, 2002: Evaluation of a radar hydrometeor classifier by comparison with in situ aircraft data. 11th Conf. on Cloud Physics, Park City, UT, Amer. Meteor. Soc.

  • Smith, P.L., Jr., B.A. Boe, R.A. Brown, P.J. DeMott, B.A. Klimowski, B.E. Martner, H.D. Orville, R.F. Reinking and J.L. Stith, 1994: Some results from the North Dakota Thunderstorm Project. Proc. 6th WMO Scientific Conf. on Wea. Modif., Paestum, Italy, WMO, Vol. I, 93-96.

  • Smith, P.L., Jr., D.S. Gonguez, and D.V. Kliche, 2000: Comparison of aircraft cloud microphysics observations with particle classifications from polarimetric radar. 30th Int. Conf. on Radar Metro., Munich, Germany, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 171-173.

  • Smith, P.L., Jr., T.E. Bowen, A.G. Detwiler, J.L. Stith, B.E. Martner, and R.F. Reinking, 1996: Summary of some cloud transport and dispersion experiments using a gaseous tracer and radar chaff. Proc., 12th Int. Conf. on Clouds and Precipitation, Zurich, Switzerland, 514-517.

  • Spahn, J. F. and P.L. Smith, Jr., 1976: Some characteristics of hailstone size distributions inside hailstorms. Preprint, 17th Conference on Radar Meteorology, Seattle, WA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 187-191.



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  • Beals, M.: On-line Archive and Analysis Package of Data Collected with the T-28 Storm Penetrating Aircraft, 129 pp. (Detwiler).

  • Blackmore, William: Spatial and temporal characteristics of radar-identified big drop zones in Swiss thunderstorms. December 1987. 96 pp. (Musil)

  • Bloomer, Mark C.: Hail embryo formation and transport in high plains convective storms. December 1995. 169 pp. (Detwiler)

  • Chang, Wen-Yu: The North Dakota squall line on July 17, 1989: Structure and microphysics analysis. December 1994. 121 pp. (Detwiler)

  • Christopher, Sundar Anand: T-28 hail observations and radar characteristics of Montana thunderstorms. December 1989. 106 pp. (Musil)

  • Deola, Regina A.: The internal characteristics of southeastern Montana thunderstorms. May 1984. 86 pp. (Musil)

  • Eylander, John B.: Case study of convection occurring 8 August 1991 during the Convection and Precipitation/Electrification (CaPE) experiment. May 2001. 75 pp. (Detwiler)

  • Feind, R.: Thunderstorms in situ Measurements from the Armored T-28 Aircraft: Comparison of Measurements from Two Liquid Water Instruments and Classification of 2D Probe Hydrometeor Images, 102 pp. (Detwiler)

  • French, Jeffrey R.: Analysis of in situ and radar data and a numerical modeling study of the microphysical and electrical characteristics of a Florida thunderstorm. December 1994. 182 pp. (Helsdon)

  • Goehring, Jason: The Electrification of a Severe Multicell Thunderstorm: A Study of the STEPS 19 June 2000 storm. May 2005. 110 pp. (A. Detwiler)

  • Gonguez, Dennis: In situ evaluation of a hydrometeor classification scheme for polarimetric radar observables. May 2001. 177 pp. (Smith)

  • Holm, Meagan: A Case Study of STEPS 3 June 2000: Electrification of a Low Precipitation Supercell. June 2005. 96 pp. (Helsdon)

  • Huston, Michael W.: One- and two-dimensional model results compared with observations from a North Dakota cloud. December 1989. 97 pp. (Detwiler)

  • Jameson, T. C.: Case study of a Colorado multi-cell hailstorm. December 1978. 60 pp. (Musil)

  • Jansen, D. C.: An analysis of airborne hail spectrometer data. May 1981. 91 pp. (Smith)

  • Jin, Qiaolin: Analysis of a Florida thunderstorm during the Convection and Precipitation/Electrification Project: The case of 13 August 1991. December 1996. 77 pp. (Detwiler)

  • Krause, Todd D.: A comparison of vertical velocity methods applicable to the T-28 system. December 1984. 80 pp. (Musil)

  • Kubesh, Rodney J.: The 1 August 1981 CCOPE storm: Observations and modeling results. May 1986. 91 pp. (Orville)

  • Laco, C. P.: A technique for fitting exponential functions to precipitation particle size data. May 1978. 51 pp. (Smith)

  • May, E. L.: Analysis of foil impactor data from armored aircraft penetrations of hailstorms. May 1974. 66 pp. (Musil)

  • Murtha, Debra D.: Reflectivity and microphysical structure of convective storms in the southeastern part of the United States. December 1990. 86 pp. (Musil)

  • Peterson, Bret A.: Hydrometeor characteristics in COHMEX thunderstorms as derived from computerized reduction of foil impactor data. May 1989. 75 pp. (Musil)

  • Ramachandran, Rahul: Analysis of Florida thunderstorm: Study of electrification using in situ aircraft measurements and multiparameter radar. May 1994. 105 pp. (Detwiler)

  • Sand, W. R.: Use of armored T-28 aircraft to obtain observations in hailstorms with emphasis on the characteristics of the high radar reflectivity zones. May 1974. 83 pp. (Musil)

  • Sarma, R. A.: Compensation of T-28 updraft measurements for aircraft induced effects using angle-of-attack data. May 1978. 46 pp. (Smith)

  • Shaw, W. S.: Development of an airborne optical hailstorm disdrometer. May 1974. 40 pp. (Smith)

  • Smith, H.A. III: Design of an aircraft mounted hailstone momentum transducer. 1972. 30 pp. (Marner)

  • Spahn, J. F.: The airborne hail disdrometer: An analysis of its 1975 performance. May 1976. 72 pp. (Smith)

  • Warner, Tom A.: Aircraft observations of a lightning channel in STEPS. 2004. 57 pp. (J. Helsdon)

  • Weber, S. F.: The Dm analysis of precipitation particle size distributions. June 1976. 86 pp. (Musil)

  • Zhang, Yong: A modeling study of the 24 June 1992 thunderstorm in Colorado. May 1996. 116 pp. (Orville)



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