LIST OF THESIS TITLES AND STUDENTS:
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Doctors of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
TP 27 Sims, Aaron P., 2017
Investigation of the Mesoscale Interaction between the Sea Breeze Circulation and the Sandhills Convection, pp 212.
TP 26 Boyles, Ryan, 2006
Investigation of mesoscale precipitation processes in the Carolinas using a radar-based climatology, pp 315.
TP 25 Simpson, Mathew, 2006
An investigation of the role of urban land use on mesoscale circulations and precipitation., pp 300.
TP 24 Jacobs, Neil, 2005
The role of marine thermal gradient structure on Gulf Stream - related extratropical cyclogenesis, pp 250.
TP 23 Bao, Shaowu, 2002
Numerical simulation of the mesoscale air-sea interaction over western Pacific warm pool, pp 180.
TP 22 Niyogi, Devdutta S., 2000
Biosphere – atmosphere interactions coupled with carbon dioxide and soil moisture changes, pp 479.
TP 21 Roswintiarti, O., 1999
Statistical analysis and numerical simulations of the intertropical convergence zone during normal and ENSO years, pp 248.
TP 20 Hong, Xiaodong, 1998
Numerical studies of the air-sea interaction processes in intense tropical systems using the coupled ocean / atmosphere mesoscale prediction system.
TP 19 Jin, Hao, 1998
Regional ocean-atmosphere prediction systems (ROAPS) and its application to land-air-sea interaction processes in the southeastern United States.
TP 18 Wu, Yihua, 1997
Investigation of scale interactions associated with the formation and the structure of low-level jets, pp 253.
TP 17 Chanumalla, Neeraja Reddy, 1996
Investigation of mesoscale circulations induced by surface processes with special emphasis on Carolina coastal front, pp 379.
TP 16 Cione, Joseph J., 1996
The impact of Gulf Stream induced diabatic forcing on coastal mid-Atlantic surface cyclogenesis, pp 217.
TP 15 Ruggiero, Frank Harrison, 1996
Short-term forecasting witha mesoscale model using four-dimensional data assimilation of asynoptic data, pp 230.
TP 14 Alliss, Randall J., 1995
Satellite derived seasonal and diurnal variations of cloudiness over the Gulf Stream locale and its relationship to saturation pressure differences, pp 227.
TP 13 Marshall, Robert Edward, 1995
Dual-Doppler radar analysis of the response of the marine atmospheric mixed layer to a meso-gamma sea surface temperature field, pp 116.
TP 12 Xu, Liang, 1995
The study of mesoscale land-air-sea interaction processes using a non-hydrostatic model, pp 336.
TP 11 Leach, Martin J., 1994
The interactive role of clouds and radiative transfer in maintaining atmospheric circulation, pp 150.
TP 10 Alapaty, Kirankumar V., 1993
Numerical simulations of monsoon rainfall with the NRL/NCSU regional nested grid model, pp 189.
TP 9 Boybeyi, Zafer, 1993
A mesoscale atmospheric dispersion modeling system for simulations of the topographically induced atmospheric flow and air pollution dispersion, pp 195.
TP 8 Shi, Jainn Jong, 1993
Numerical investigation of the interaction between Hurricane Florence (1988) and its upper-level environment, pp 206.
TP 7 Zhang, Yanqing, 1993
Numerical simulation of flow and dispersion around buildings, pp 146.
TP 6 Harms, Dewey E., 1992
Four-dimensional data assimilation of GALE data using a multivariate analysis scheme and a mesoscale model with diabatic initialization, pp 219.
TP 5 Chun, Hye-Yeong, 1991
Role of critical level in a shear flow with diabatic forcing, pp 159.
TP 4 Wayland, Robert James, 1991
Mean and turbulent structure of the marine atmospheric boundary layer during cold air outbreaks of different intensities: Observational and modeling analyses (GALE 1986), pp 388.
TP 3 Huang, Ching-Yuang, 1990
A mesoscale planetary boundary layer numerical model for simulations of topographically induced circulations, pp 253.
TP 2 Baik, Jong-Jin, 1989
Tropical cyclone simulations with the Betts convective adjustment scheme, pp 159.
TP 1 Holt, Teddy Rand, 1989
Boundary layer parameterization for use in a limited area forecast model, pp 178.
Masters of Science (M.S.)
TM 39 Borkowski, Mathew, 2006
The Significance of Boundary-Layer and Upper-Level Processes in Wintertime Extratropical Cyclogenesis., pp 193.
TM 38 Qureshi, Aneela, 2006
The Effects of Land-Atmosphere Interactions on Convection Initiation and Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts during the International H2O Project (IHOP_2002), pp 185.
TM 37 Eager, Rebecca, 2005
An investigation of the coastal circulation and aersol transport in the Gulf region, pp 537.
TM 36 Puryear, Margaret, 2005
Observations and modeling of evapotranspiration across North carolina, pp 194.
TM 35 Palmer, Trisha, 2004
The role of land-surface hydrology on small stream flash flooding in Central North carolina, pp 243.
TM 34 Childs, Peter P., Jr., 2003
Numerical simulations of mesoscale boundary layer structure over New York City, pp 163.
TM 33 Rhome, Jamie, 2002
An analysis of Hurricane Debby (2000) and the impact of vertical shear on the GFDL forecast performance.
TM 32 Gilliam, Robert, 2001
Influence of surface heterogeneities on the boundary layer structure and diffusion of pollutants, pp 155.
TM 31 Sims, Aaron, 2001
Effect of mesoscale processes on boundary layer structure and precipitation patterns: A diagnostic evaluation and validation of MM5 with North Carolina ECONet observations, pp 219.
TM 30 Boyles, Ryan, 2000
Analysis of climate patterns and trends in North Carolina (1949-1998), pp 221.
TM 29 Hassan, Hassnah, 2000
Numerical simulation of coastal circulations in Brunei Darussalam and their effect on long range transport, pp 165.
TM 28 Kehoe, Jennifer, 2000
Application of a soil moisture model to post-landfall convective development in hurricanes, pp 73.
TM 27 Parameshwara, Vinayak, 2000
Enhancement of North Carolina agricultural automated weather network and development of advanced communication, data acquisition, and dissemination systems, pp 161.
TM 26 M., Seabold, 1999
Analysis of tropical tropospheric ozone – interannual variability and seasonal patterns.
TM 25 Smith, Mitchell, 1999
The background concentration of fine aerosol particles in the troposphere over the Pacific ocean, pp 86.
TM 24 Warrior, Hari, 1999
Study of the mesoscale land-air-sea interaction processes in the tropics during INDOEX, pp 135.
TM 23 Schneider, D., 1998
Structural and intensity changes in Hurricane Opal (1995) and Hurricane Fran (1996), pp 80.
TM 22 Faluvegi, Gregory, 1997
Modeling carbon monoxide transport during April 1994, pp 254.
TM 21 Niyogi, Devdutta S., 1996
Dynamic interactions in the soil-vegetation-atmosphere transfer processes, pp 250.
TM 20 Estupinan, Jeral G., 1995
The effects of clouds and haze on UV-B radiation, pp 102.
TM 19 Rao, Suman, 1995
Investigation of soil moisture and vegetation parameterization schemes for use in mesoscale models, pp 133.
TM 18 Melton, Edward C., III, 1994
Analysis of the structural characteristics and intensity evolution of super typhoon Flo (1990) in special sensor microwave/imager [SSM/I] data, pp 112.
TM 17 Hong, Xiaodong, 1993
A numerical modeling study of vegetation as a surface forcing for mesoscale circulation and cloud formation, pp 98.
TM 16 Alliss, Randall J., 1992
The untilization of SSM/I data in the analysis of tropical and extra-tropical cyclones, pp 143.
TM 15 Cione, Joseph J., 1992
The effects of surface forcing on mid-Atlantic winter cyclones, pp 120.
TM 14 Chanumalla, Neeraja Reddy, 1991
A study of mesoscale circulation and the structure of the baroclinic boundary layer over a gulf stream filament, pp 148.
TM 13 Roswintiarti, Orbita, 1991
The relationship between clouds, sea surface temperature, and low-level convergence over the tropical Pacific ocean, pp 77.
TM 12 Wang, Zion, 1991
Role of the atmospheric stability in the formation of gulf stream cloud bands, pp 115.
TM 11 Parker, Matthew James, 1989
The nocturnal boundary layer over a non-homogeneous terrain during the 1988 Stable Atmospheric Boundary Layer Experiment (STABLE), pp 69.
TM 10 Akkarappuram, Anto Francis, 1988
Air-sea exchange processes off the Carolinas during the 1986 east coast winter storms - GALE (Genesis of Atlantic Lows Experiment), pp 105.
TM 9 Alapati, Kirankumar V., 1988
A Study of the seasonal migration of ITCZ and quasi-periodic oscillations in a simple monsoon system using an energy balance model, pp 90.
TM 8 Kang, Min-Jay, 1988
Turbulent structure and wind wave interaction in the marine surface layer during SUPERDUCK 1986, pp 122.
TM 7 Templeman, Brian D., 1988
Study of the mean and turbulent structure of a mid-latitude marine surface layer (during GALE) and of the Indian monsoon boundary layer, pp 84.
TM 6 Boone, Phillip Fred, 1987
The evolution of the planetary boundary layer during total solar eclipses, pp 110.
TM 5 Brehme, Katherine A., 1987
A method of objective analysis for meteorological fields for use in a numerical weather prediction model, pp 123.
TM 4 Shi, Jainn-Jong, 1987
A numerical study of the structure of the outflow layer of a tropical cyclone using a primitive equation model, pp 79.
TM 3 Viessman, Susanne M., 1986
Boundary layer wind parameterization for use in a lagrangian trajectory model, pp 152.
TM 2 Holt, Teddy Rand, 1985
A study of the monsoon boundary layer processes over the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal, pp 150.
TM 1 Stunder, Mark John, 1985
A comparison of coastal point source air pollution dispersion models, pp 165.