Lawrence D. Carey
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The GOES-R geostationary lightning mapper (GLM)
SJ Goodman, RJ Blakeslee, WJ Koshak, D Mach, J Bailey, D Buechler, ...
Atmospheric research 125, 34-49, 2013
2822013
The relationship between precipitation and lightning in tropical island convection: A C-band polarimetric radar study
LD Carey, SA Rutledge
Monthly weather review 128 (8), 2687-2710, 2000
2592000
Electrical and multiparameter radar observations of a severe hailstorm
LD Carey, SA Rutledge
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 103 (D12), 13979-14000, 1998
2421998
A multiparameter radar case study of the microphysical and kinematic evolution of a lightning producing storm
LD Carey, SA Rutledge
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 59 (1), 33-64, 1996
2291996
Lightning and severe weather: A comparison between total and cloud-to-ground lightning trends
CJ Schultz, WA Petersen, LD Carey
Weather and forecasting 26 (5), 744-755, 2011
2082011
Mesoscale and radar observations of the Fort Collins flash flood of 28 July 1997
WA Petersen, LD Carey, SA Rutledge, JC Knievel, NJ Doesken, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 80 (2), 191-216, 1999
2081999
TELEX the thunderstorm electrification and lightning experiment
DR MacGorman, WD Rust, TJ Schuur, MI Biggerstaff, JM Straka, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 89 (7), 997-1014, 2008
2042008
Preliminary development and evaluation of lightning jump algorithms for the real-time detection of severe weather
CJ Schultz, WA Petersen, LD Carey
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 48 (12), 2543-2563, 2009
2002009
Radar observations of the kinematic, microphysical, and precipitation characteristics of two MCSs in TRMM LBA
R Cifelli, WA Petersen, LD Carey, SA Rutledge, MAF da Silva Dias
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 107 (D20), LBA 44-1-LBA 44-16, 2002
1982002
Lightning location relative to storm structure in a leading‐line, trailing‐stratiform mesoscale convective system
LD Carey, MJ Murphy, TL McCormick, NWS Demetriades
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 110 (D3), 2005
1772005
Correcting propagation effects in C-band polarimetric radar observations of tropical convection using differential propagation phase
LD Carey, SA Rutledge, DA Ahijevych, TD Keenan
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 39 (9), 1405-1433, 2000
1742000
The Shared Mobile Atmospheric Research and Teaching radar: A collaboration to enhance research and teaching
MI Biggerstaff, LJ Wicker, J Guynes, C Ziegler, JM Straka, EN Rasmussen, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 86 (9), 1263-1274, 2005
1632005
CSU-CHILL polarimetric radar measurements from a severe hail storm in eastern Colorado
J Hubbert, VN Bringi, LD Carey, S Bolen
Journal of Applied Meteorology 37 (8), 749-775, 1998
1551998
The deep convective clouds and chemistry (DC3) field campaign
MC Barth, CA Cantrell, WH Brune, SA Rutledge, JH Crawford, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (8), 1281-1309, 2015
1352015
The relationship between severe storm reports and cloud-to-ground lightning polarity in the contiguous United States from 1989 to 1998
LD Carey, SA Rutledge, WA Petersen
Monthly weather review 131 (7), 1211-1228, 2003
1352003
Environmental control of cloud-to-ground lightning polarity in severe storms
LD Carey, KM Buffalo
Monthly weather review 135 (4), 1327-1353, 2007
1342007
The community collaborative rain, hail, and snow network: Informal education for scientists and citizens
R Cifelli, N Doesken, P Kennedy, LD Carey, SA Rutledge, C Gimmestad, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 86 (8), 1069-1077, 2005
1272005
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
1262016
Sensitivity of 5-cm wavelength polarimetric radar variables to raindrop axial ratio and drop size distribution
TD Keenan, LD Carey, DS Zrnić, PT May
Journal of Applied Meteorology 40 (3), 526-545, 2001
1032001
Using WSR-88D reflectivity data for the prediction of cloud-to-ground lightning: A central North Carolina study
BR Vincent, LD Carey, D Schneider, K Keeter, R Gonski
Natl. Wea. Dig 27, 35-44, 2004
892004
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