Stephen Nesbitt
Stephen Nesbitt
Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Where are the most intense thunderstorms on Earth?
EJ Zipser, DJ Cecil, C Liu, SW Nesbitt, DP Yorty
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 87 (8), 1057-1072, 2006
The diurnal cycle of rainfall and convective intensity according to three years of TRMM measurements
SW Nesbitt, EJ Zipser
Journal of Climate 16 (10), 1456-1475, 2003
A census of precipitation features in the tropics using TRMM: Radar, ice scattering, and lightning observations
SW Nesbitt, EJ Zipser, DJ Cecil
Journal of climate 13 (23), 4087-4106, 2000
A cloud and precipitation feature database from nine years of TRMM observations
C Liu, EJ Zipser, DJ Cecil, SW Nesbitt, S Sherwood
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 47 (10), 2712-2728, 2008
Storm morphology and rainfall characteristics of TRMM precipitation features
SW Nesbitt, R Cifelli, SA Rutledge
Monthly Weather Review 134 (10), 2702-2721, 2006
Three years of TRMM precipitation features. Part I: Radar, radiometric, and lightning characteristics
DJ Cecil, SJ Goodman, DJ Boccippio, EJ Zipser, SW Nesbitt
Monthly Weather Review 133 (3), 543-566, 2005
Probing orographic controls in the Himalayas during the monsoon using satellite imagery
AP Barros, G Kim, E Williams, SW Nesbitt
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 4 (1), 29-51, 2004
Reflectivity, ice scattering, and lightning characteristics of hurricane eyewalls and rainbands. Part I: Quantitative description
DJ Cecil, EJ Zipser, SW Nesbitt
Monthly Weather Review 130 (4), 769-784, 2002
Radar, passive microwave, and lightning characteristics of precipitating systems in the tropics
ER Toracinta, DJ Cecil, EJ Zipser, SW Nesbitt
Monthly Weather Review 130 (4), 802-824, 2002
Global distribution of tropical deep convection: Different perspectives from TRMM infrared and radar data
C Liu, EJ Zipser, SW Nesbitt
Journal of climate 20 (3), 489-503, 2007
TRMM observations of intraseasonal variability in convective regimes over the Amazon
WA Petersen, SW Nesbitt, RJ Blakeslee, R Cifelli, P Hein, SA Rutledge
Journal of Climate 15 (11), 1278-1294, 2002
The NAME 2004 field campaign and modeling strategy
W Higgins, D Ahijevych, J Amador, A Barros, EH Berbery, E Caetano, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 87 (1), 79-94, 2006
The midlatitude continental convective clouds experiment (MC3E)
MP Jensen, WA Petersen, A Bansemer, N Bharadwaj, LD Carey, DJ Cecil, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 97 (9), 1667-1686, 2016
Very high resolution precipitation climatologies from the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission precipitation radar
SW Nesbitt, AM Anders
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (15), 2009
Radar-observed characteristics of precipitating systems during NAME 2004
TJ Lang, DA Ahijevych, SW Nesbitt, RE Carbone, SA Rutledge, R Cifelli
Journal of climate 20 (9), 1713-1733, 2007
The diurnal cycle of clouds and precipitation along the Sierra Madre Occidental observed during NAME-2004: Implications for warm season precipitation estimation in complex terrain
SW Nesbitt, DJ Gochis, TJ Lang
Journal of Hydrometeorology 9 (4), 728-743, 2008
Seasonal and global NOx production by lightning estimated from the Optical Transient Detector (OTD)
SW Nesbitt, R Zhang, RE Orville
Tellus B: Chemical and Physical Meteorology 52 (5), 1206-1215, 2000
An examination of version-5 rainfall estimates from the TRMM Microwave Imager, precipitation radar, and rain gauges on global, regional, and storm scales
SW Nesbitt, EJ Zipser, CD Kummerow
Journal of Applied Meteorology 43 (7), 1016-1036, 2004
Describing the shape of raindrop size distributions using uncorrelated raindrop mass spectrum parameters
CR Williams, VN Bringi, LD Carey, V Chandrasekar, PN Gatlin, ...
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 53 (5), 1282-1296, 2014
Mesoscale convective systems and critical clusters
O Peters, JD Neelin, SW Nesbitt
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 66 (9), 2913-2924, 2009
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