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Technical Publications (a sampling)


by Brooks Martner

Books:

Martner, B.E., 1986: Wyoming Climate Atlas. University of Nebraska Press, 432 pp.


Journal Articles:

Martner, Yuter, White, Matrosov, Kingsmill, and Ralph, 2008: Raindrop size distributions and rain characteristics in California coastal rainfall for periods with and without a radar brightband. Journal of Hydrometeorology, v9, p408-425.

Martner, Neiman, and White, 2007: Collocated radar and radiosonde observations of a double-brightband melting layer in Northern California. Monthly Weather Review, v135, p2016-2024.

Martner and Moran, 2001: Using cloud radar polarization measurements to evaluate stratus cloud and insect echoes. Journal of Geophysical Research, v106, p4891-4897.

Martner and Politovich, 1999: Five-day temperature forecasts from Denver television stations and newspapers. National Weather Digest, v23-3, p9-19.

Martner, B.E., 1997: Vertical velocities in a thunderstorm gust front and outflow. Journal of Applied Meteorology, v36, p615-622.


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Radar Image of Gust Front

Martner, B.E., 1996: An intimate look at clouds. Weatherwise, v49/3, p20-23.

Martner, B.E., 1995: Doppler radar observations of mammatus. Monthly Weather Review, v123, p3115-3121.

Martner, Snider, Zamora, Byrd, Niziol, and Joe, 1993: A remote sensing view of a freezing rain storm. Monthly Weather Review, v121, p2562-2577.

Martner, Marwitz, Kropfli, 1992: Radar observations of transport and diffusion in clouds and precipitation using TRACIR. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, v9, p226-241.

Martner and Marwitz, 1982: Wind characteristics in southern Wyoming. Journal of Applied Meteorology, v21, p1815-1827

Recent Conference Article:

Martner and Politovich, 2011: Historical trends of record daily temperatures at Denver, Colorado, 1872-2010. 19th Conf. on Applied Climatology, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 9 pp.