John Peters
John Peters
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Mechanisms for organization and echo training in a flash-flood-producing mesoscale convective system
JM Peters, RS Schumacher
Monthly Weather Review 143 (4), 1058-1085, 2015
372015
Objective categorization of heavy-rain-producing MCS synoptic types by rotated principal component analysis
JM Peters, RS Schumacher
Monthly Weather Review 142 (5), 1716-1737, 2014
332014
Double impact: When both tornadoes and flash floods threaten the same place at the same time
ER Nielsen, GR Herman, RC Tournay, JM Peters, RS Schumacher
Weather and Forecasting 30 (6), 1673-1693, 2015
262015
Dynamics governing a simulated mesoscale convective system with a training convective line
JM Peters, RS Schumacher
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 73 (7), 2643-2664, 2016
222016
The impact of effective buoyancy and dynamic pressure forcing on vertical velocities within two-dimensional updrafts
JM Peters
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 73 (11), 4531-4551, 2016
202016
Synoptic control of heavy-rain-producing convective training episodes
JM Peters, PJ Roebber
Monthly Weather Review 142 (7), 2464-2482, 2014
202014
The simulated structure and evolution of a quasi-idealized warm-season convective system with a training convective line
JM Peters, RS Schumacher
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 72 (5), 1987-2010, 2015
192015
The impact of low-level moisture errors on model forecasts of an MCS observed during PECAN
JM Peters, ER Nielsen, MD Parker, SM Hitchcock, RS Schumacher
Monthly Weather Review 145 (9), 3599-3624, 2017
182017
Theoretical expressions for the ascent rate of moist deep convective thermals
H Morrison, JM Peters
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 75 (5), 1699-1719, 2018
172018
The role of vertical wind shear in modulating maximum supercell updraft velocities
JM Peters, CJ Nowotarski, H Morrison
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 76 (10), 3169-3189, 2019
122019
Near-surface thermodynamic sensitivities in simulated extreme-rain-producing mesoscale convective systems
RS Schumacher, JM Peters
Monthly Weather Review 145 (6), 2177-2200, 2017
122017
The influence of vertical wind shear on moist thermals
JM Peters, W Hannah, H Morrison
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 76 (6), 1645-1659, 2019
92019
A secularly varying hemispheric climate-signal propagation previously detected in instrumental and proxy data not detected in CMIP3 data base
MG Wyatt, JM Peters
SpringerPlus 1 (1), 68, 2012
92012
Are supercells resistant to entrainment because of their rotation?
JM Peters, CJ Nowotarski, GL Mullendore
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 77 (4), 1475-1495, 2020
72020
Predictability associated with nonlinear regimes in an atmospheric model
JM Peters, S Kravtsov, NT Schwartz
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 69 (3), 1137-1154, 2012
72012
The influences of effective inflow layer streamwise vorticity and storm-relative flow on supercell updraft properties
JM Peters, CJ Nowotarski, JP Mulholland, RL Thompson
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 77 (9), 3033-3057, 2020
42020
Origin of non-Gaussian regimes and predictability in an atmospheric model
JM Peters, S Kravtsov
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 69 (8), 2587-2599, 2012
42012
Thermal chains and entrainment in cumulus updrafts. Part I: Theoretical description
H Morrison, JM Peters, AC Varble, WM Hannah, SE Giangrande
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 77 (11), 3637-3660, 2020
32020
Thermal chains and entrainment in cumulus updrafts. Part II: Analysis of idealized simulations
JM Peters, H Morrison, AC Varble, WM Hannah, SE Giangrande
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 77 (11), 3661-3681, 2020
32020
Reply to “Comments on ‘Double Impact: When Both Tornadoes and Flash Floods Threaten the Same Place at the Same Time’”
ER Nielsen, GR Herman, RC Tournay, JM Peters, RS Schumacher
Weather and Forecasting 31 (5), 1723-1727, 2016
32016
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