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Bibliography of References
textbooks and publications

The following publications were referenced at one time or another during the development of educational resources in WW2010. We would like to acknowledge the following publications:

Donald Ahrens, 1994
Meteorology Today
an introduction to weather, climate and the environment

Fifth Edition - West Publishing Co.

Oliver E. Allen et al., 1983
from the Planet Earth series
Time Life Books, Alexandria, Virginia

Andersson T. and N. Gustafsson, 1994:
Coast of departure and coast of arrival:
two important concepts for the formation and structure of convective snowbands over seas and lakes.
Monthly Weather Review, 122, 1036-1049.

Baker, D. G., 1976:
The mesoscale temperature and dew point fields of a very cold airflow across the Great Lakes.
Monthly Weather Review, 104, 860-867.

Ballentine, R. J., G. P. Byrd, D. Schleede, and E. K. Vizy, 1996:
Mesoscale model simulation of a lake-effect snowstorm:
Implications for operational forecasting.
Preprints, 15th Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Forecasting,
Norfolk, Va., Amer. Met. Soc.

Bennett, I., 1959
Glaze: Its meteorology and climatology, geographical distribution and economic effects.
Environmental Protection Research Division, Tech. Rep. EP-105
Headquarters, U.S. Arm Quartermaster
Research and Engineering Command, Natick

Blegvad, J. L., 1995:
A study of the dynamics of lake effect snow and an analysis of a severe lake effect snow storm. M.S. Thesis.
Ohio State University. 164 pp.

Bocchieri, J.R., 1980
The objective use of upper air soundings to specify precipitation type
Monthly Weather Review., Vol 108, pgs 596-603

Boudra, D. A., 1981:
A study of the early winter effects of the Great Lakes. I:
Comparison of very fine scale numerical simulations with observed data.
Monthly Weather Review, 109, 2507-2525.

Bruce and Clark, 1966
Introduction to Hydrometeorology
First Edition - Pergamon Press, New York

Byrd, G. P., R. A. Anstett, J. E. Heim, and D. M. Usinski, 1991:
Mobile soundings of lake-effect snowbands in western and central New York.
Monthly Weather Review, 119, 2323-2332.

Byrd, G. P., M. Restivo, and G. Kraajinbrink, 1991:
The role of multiple-lake interaction in the western New York lake-effect snowstorm of 24-26 November, 1991.
Proc. 49th Annual Eastern Snow Conference ,
Oswego, NY, U.S. Army, CRREL, 125-134.

J. Dane Clark, 1983
The GOES User's Guide
U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.

Dewey, K. F., 1979:
Lake Erie induced mesosystems - an operational forecast model.
Monthly Weather Review, 107, 421-425.

Hjemfelt, M. R., 1990:
Numerical study of the influence of environmental conditions on lake-effect snowstorms over Lake Michigan.
Monthly Weather Review, 118, 138-150.

Holyrod III, E. W., 1972:
Lake-effect cloud bands as seen from weather satellites.
J. Atmos. Sci., 28, 1165-1170.

Hsu, H., 1987:
Mesoscale lake-effect snowstorms in the vicinity of Lake Michigan:
Linear theory and numerical simulations.
Jour. Atmos. Sci., 44, 1019-1040.

Huffman, G.J. and G.A. Norman Jr., 1988
The supercooled warm rain process and the specification of freezing precipitation
Monthly Weather Review., Vol 116, pgs 2172-2182

Kelly, R. D., 1986:
Mesoscale frequencies and seasonal snowfalls for different types of Lake Michigan snowstorms.

Kocin, P.J., P.N. Schumacher, R.F. Morales Jr., and L.W. Uccelini, 1995:
Overview of the 12-14 March 1993 Superstorm.
Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 76, 165-182.

Kristovich, D. A. R. and R. A. Steve III, 1995:
A satellite study of cloud-band frequencies over the Great Lakes.
J. Appl. Met., 34, 2083-2090.

Lake County News Herald
7085 Mentor Avenue
Willoughby, Ohio 44094
(800) 285-0709

Lavoie, R. L., 1972:
A mesoscale numerical model of lake-effect storms.
J. Atmos. Sci., 29, 1025-1040.

L. Don Leet, et al., 1978
Physical Geology
Fifth Edition - Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ

Paul Lehr et al., 1975
Weather - A Golden Guide
Golden Press, New York

Margaret A. LeMone, 1993
The Stories Clouds Tell
Project Atmosphere - American Meteorological Society

Mahoney, E. A. and T. A. Niziol, 1996:
BUFKit: A software application toolkit for predicting lake-effect snow.
Preprints, Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Forecasting, 1996,
Norfolk, Va., Amer. Met. Soc.

Mayfield, M. and L. Avila
Atlantic Hurricanes.
Weatherwise, 46, No. 1, 18-24.

Morgan, Joseph and Michael, 1991
the atmosphere and the science of weather

Third Edition - Macmillan Publishing - New York

Natural Disasters Survey Report, 1994:
Superstorm of March 12-14 1993.
NWS, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Birmingham, Alabama, 152pp.

Niziol, T. A., 1987:
Operational forecasting of lake-effect snowfall in western and central New York.
Weather and Forecasting, 2, 310-321.

Niziol, T. A., W. R. Snyder and J. S. Waldstreicher, 1995:
Winter weather forecasting throughout the eastern United States. Part IV: Lake effect snow.
Weather and Forecasting, 10, 61-77.

Peixoto and Kettani, 1973
The Control of the Water Cycle
Scientific American - Vol. 228 - pp. 46-61

Peixoto and Oort, 1992
Physics of Climate
First Edition - American Institute of Physics, New York

Petterssen S., and P. A. Calabrese, 1959:
On some influences due to warming of the air by the Great Lakes in winter.
Jour. of Meteor., 16, 646-652.

Pielke R. A., 1990:
The Hurricane

Rauber, R.M., M.K. Ramamurthy and Ali Tokay, 1994
Synoptic and Mesoscale Structure of a Severe Freezing Rain Event: The St. Valentine's Day Storm
Weather Analysis and Forecasting. Vol 9, pgs 183-208

Reinking, R. F. , R. A. Kropfli, B. E. Martner, B. Orr, J. B. Snider, T. Uttal, R. J. Zamora, R. Caiazza, R. Maraio, R. S. Penc, A. Koscielny, G. P. Byrd, T. A. Niziol, R. Ballentine, A. Stamm, R. Sykes, C. Bedford, P. Joe, A. Eshner, 1993:
The Lake Ontario winter storms (LOWS) project.
Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., 74, 1828-1849.

Rothrock, H. J., 1969:
An aid in forecasting significant lake snows.
Tech. Memo., WBTM Cr-30,
National Weather Service, Central Region, Kansas City, 12pp.

Sousounis, P. J., and J. M. Fritsch, 1994:
Lake-aggregate mesoscale disturbances. Part II:
A case study of the effects on synoptic-scale weather.
Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., 75, 1793-1811.

Uccellini, L. A., 1996.
Meeting minutes from the March, 1996 meeting of the LES Study group

Waldstreicher, J. S., T. A. Niziol, E. A. Mahoney, 1996: Lake-effect snow forecasting - 1985-1995:
A decade of scientific and public service enhancements.
Preprints, 15th Conf. on Wea. Anal. and Forecasting,
Amer. Met. Soc., Norfolk, Va.

Wiggins, B. L., 1950:
Great snowstorms of the Great Lakes.
Weatherwise, 3, 123-126.

World Meteorological Organization (WMO), 1969
International Cloud Atlas
World Meteorological Organization

Young, W.R., 1978
Freezing precipitation in the Southeastern United States.
M.S. Thesis, Dept. of Meteorology, Texas A&M University, 123 pp

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Credits and Acknowledgments for WW2010.
Department of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at
the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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