Samuel J. Childs
Samuel J. Childs
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Adjustments in tornado counts, F-scale intensity, and path width for assessing significant tornado destruction
E Agee, S Childs
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 53 (6), 1494-1505, 2014
532014
Spatial redistribution of US Tornado activity between 1954 and 2013
E Agee, J Larson, S Childs, A Marmo
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 55 (8), 1681-1697, 2016
342016
Skillful subseasonal forecasts of weekly tornado and hail activity using the Madden‐Julian Oscillation
CF Baggett, KM Nardi, SJ Childs, SN Zito, EA Barnes, ED Maloney
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 123 (22), 12,661-12,675, 2018
222018
Cold-season tornadoes: Climatological and meteorological insights
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher, JT Allen
Weather and Forecasting 33 (3), 671-691, 2018
212018
Cold-season tornado risk communication: case studies from November 2016 to February 2017
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher
Weather, climate, and society 10 (3), 419-433, 2018
102018
An Updated Severe Hail and Tornado Climatology for Eastern Colorado
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 58 (10), 2273-2293, 2019
32019
The anomalously large 2018 hail season of eastern Colorado: A local perspective on a national trend
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher
29th Conf. on Severe Local Storms 33, 2018
32018
Projecting End-of-Century Human Exposure from Tornadoes and Severe Hailstorms in Eastern Colorado: Meteorological and Population Perspectives
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher, SM Strader
Weather, Climate, and Society 12 (3), 575-595, 2020
22020
Integrating Social and Physical Sciences in a Graduate Student Workshop
SJ Childs, MG Cains, FP Groff
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 101 (4), E480-E484, 2020
12020
Agricultural Perspectives on Hailstorm Severity, Vulnerability, and Risk Messaging in Eastern Colorado
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher, JL Demuth
Weather, Climate, and Society 12 (4), 897-911, 2020
2020
An Agricultural Perspective on Severe Hail Storm Vulnerability and Warning Message Efficacy
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher, JL Demuth
100th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, 2020
2020
Projecting the End-of-Century Severe Hail and Tornado Landscape across Eastern Colorado Using Synthetic Reports and Pseudo-Global Warming Approaches
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher
100th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, 2020
2020
Projecting End-of-century Human Exposure to Eastern Colorado Tornadoes and Hailstorms: Meteorological and Societal Perspectives
SJ Childs
2020-CSU Theses and Dissertations, 2020
2020
Advancing Convective Severe Weather Outlooks into Subseasonal-to-Seasonal Timescales
CF Baggett, SN Zito, KM Nardi, SJ Childs, EA Barnes
98th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, 2018
2018
Tornadoes in Winter? Assessing the Climatological Trends and Meteorological Environments of Cold-Season Tornadoes
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher, JT Allen
98th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, 2018
2018
A Conceptual Model of Tornado Risk Communication
SJ Childs, RS Schumacher
98th American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, 2018
2018
Destructive 2018 hail season a sign of things to come
SJ Childs
The Conversation, 20 September 2018, 2018
2018
Cold-season tornadoes: climatological, meteorological, and social perspectives
SJ Childs
Colorado State University. Libraries, 2017
2017
A Conceptual Model for Assessment of Climate Extremes that Affect Corn Yields
E Agee, SJ Childs
Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Sciences 123 (2), 1-8, 2014
2014
Toward Understanding Climatic Influences on Cold-Season Tornado Events
S CHILDS
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