Robert Jeffrey Trapp
Robert Jeffrey Trapp
Professor of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Fine-scale processes regulate the response of extreme events to global climate change
NS Diffenbaugh, JS Pal, RJ Trapp, F Giorgi
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (44), 15774-15778, 2005
4952005
Monitoring and understanding trends in extreme storms: State of knowledge
KE Kunkel, TR Karl, H Brooks, J Kossin, JH Lawrimore, D Arndt, L Bosart, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (4), 499-514, 2013
4152013
Changes in severe thunderstorm environment frequency during the 21st century caused by anthropogenically enhanced global radiative forcing
RJ Trapp, NS Diffenbaugh, HE Brooks, ME Baldwin, ED Robinson, JS Pal
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (50), 19719-19723, 2007
3192007
Tornadoes and tornadic storms
R Davies-Jones, RJ Trapp, HB Bluestein
Severe convective storms, 167-221, 2001
2782001
Suppression of south Asian summer monsoon precipitation in the 21st century
M Ashfaq, Y Shi, W Tung, RJ Trapp, X Gao, JS Pal, NS Diffenbaugh
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (1), 2009
2492009
Robust increases in severe thunderstorm environments in response to greenhouse forcing
NS Diffenbaugh, M Scherer, RJ Trapp
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (41), 16361-16366, 2013
2182013
Low-level mesovortices within squall lines and bow echoes. Part II: Their genesis and implications
RJ Trapp, ML Weisman
Monthly weather review 131 (11), 2804-2823, 2003
2152003
The Bow Echo and MCV Experiment: Observations and Opportunities: Observations and Opportunities
C Davis, N Atkins, D Bartels, L Bosart, M Coniglio, G Bryan, W Cotton, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 85 (8), 1075-1094, 2004
2102004
Tornadoes from squall lines and bow echoes. Part I: Climatological distribution
RJ Trapp, SA Tessendorf, ES Godfrey, HE Brooks
Weather and forecasting 20 (1), 23-34, 2005
2082005
Low-level mesovortices within squall lines and bow echoes. Part I: Overview and dependence on environmental shear
ML Weisman, RJ Trapp
Monthly weather review 131 (11), 2779-2803, 2003
1952003
A reassessment of the percentage of tornadic mesocyclones
RJ Trapp, GJ Stumpf, KL Manross
Weather and Forecasting 20 (4), 680-687, 2005
1432005
Buyer beware: Some words of caution on the use of severe wind reports in postevent assessment and research
RJ Trapp, DM Wheatley, NT Atkins, RW Przybylinski, R Wolf
Weather and forecasting 21 (3), 408-415, 2006
1422006
Radar data objective analysis
RJ Trapp, CA Doswell III
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 17 (2), 105-120, 2000
1382000
Transient response of severe thunderstorm forcing to elevated greenhouse gas concentrations
RJ Trapp, NS Diffenbaugh, A Gluhovsky
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (1), 2009
1262009
Damaging surface wind mechanisms within the 10 June 2003 Saint Louis bow echo during BAMEX
NT Atkins, CS Bouchard, RW Przybylinski, RJ Trapp, G Schmocker
Monthly weather review 133 (8), 2275-2296, 2005
1162005
Observations of nontornadic low-level mesocyclones and attendant tornadogenesis failure during VORTEX
RJ Trapp
Monthly weather review 127 (7), 1693-1705, 1999
1131999
Vortex lines within low-level mesocyclones obtained from pseudo-dual-Doppler radar observations
P Markowski, Y Richardson, E Rasmussen, J Straka, R Davies-Jones, ...
Monthly weather review 136 (9), 3513-3535, 2008
1122008
Descending and nondescending tornadic vortex signatures detected by WSR-88Ds
RJ Trapp, ED Mitchell, GA Tipton, DW Effertz, AI Watson, DL Andra Jr, ...
Weather and forecasting 14 (5), 625-639, 1999
1021999
Tornadogenesis with and without a dynamic pipe effect
RJ Trapp, R Davies-Jones
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 54 (1), 113-133, 1997
921997
Radar and damage analysis of severe bow echoes observed during BAMEX
DM Wheatley, RJ Trapp, NT Atkins
Monthly weather review 134 (3), 791-806, 2006
812006
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