Susan C van den Heever
Susan C van den Heever
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Impacts of nucleating aerosol on Florida storms. Part I: Mesoscale simulations
SC Van den Heever, GG Carrió, WR Cotton, PJ DeMott, AJ Prenni
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 63 (7), 1752-1775, 2006
3692006
Urban aerosol impacts on downwind convective storms
SC Van Den Heever, WR Cotton
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 46 (6), 828-850, 2007
3012007
The impact of hail size on simulated supercell storms
SC Van Den Heever, WR Cotton
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 61 (13), 1596-1609, 2004
1802004
Representation of microphysical processes in cloud‐resolving models: Spectral (bin) microphysics versus bulk parameterization
AP Khain, KD Beheng, A Heymsfield, A Korolev, SO Krichak, Z Levin, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 53 (2), 247-322, 2015
1732015
Saharan dust particles nucleate droplets in eastern Atlantic clouds
CH Twohy, SM Kreidenweis, T Eidhammer, EV Browell, AJ Heymsfield, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (1), 2009
1712009
Storm and cloud dynamics
WR Cotton, G Bryan, SC Van den Heever
Academic press, 2010
1572010
Aerosol indirect effects on tropical convection characteristics under conditions of radiative–convective equilibrium
SC van den Heever, GL Stephens, NB Wood
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 68 (4), 699-718, 2011
1392011
Modeling aerosol impacts on convective storms in different environments
RL Storer, SC Van Den Heever, GL Stephens
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 67 (12), 3904-3915, 2010
1172010
Developments in the CSU-RAMS aerosol model: Emissions, nucleation, regeneration, deposition, and radiation
SM Saleeby, SC van den Heever
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 52 (12), 2601-2622, 2013
982013
Microphysical processes evident in aerosol forcing of tropical deep convective clouds
RL Storer, SC Van den Heever
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 70 (2), 430-446, 2013
982013
Radiative–convective feedbacks in idealized states of radiative–convective equilibrium
GL Stephens, S Van Den Heever, L Pakula
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 65 (12), 3899-3916, 2008
882008
Make it a double? Sobering results from simulations using single-moment microphysics schemes
AL Igel, MR Igel, SC van den Heever
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 72 (2), 910-925, 2015
762015
Impact of graupel parameterization schemes on idealized bow echo simulations
RD Adams-Selin, SC van den Heever, RH Johnson
Monthly Weather Review 141 (4), 1241-1262, 2013
632013
Diagnosis of the Warm Rain Process in Cloud-Resolving Models Using Joint CloudSat and MODIS Observations
K Suzuki, GL Stephens, SC Van Den Heever, TY Nakajima
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 68 (11), 2655-2670, 2011
582011
A conceptual model for the link between Central American biomass burning aerosols and severe weather over the south central United States
J Wang, SC Van den Heever, JS Reid
Environmental Research Letters 4 (1), 015003, 2009
502009
Evidence for the impact of aerosols on the onset and microphysical properties of rainfall from a combination of satellite observations and cloud‐resolving model simulations
W Berg, T L'Ecuyer, S van den Heever
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 113 (D14), 2008
472008
Trimodal cloudiness and tropical stable layers in simulations of radiative convective equilibrium
DJ Posselt, SC Van Den Heever, GL Stephens
Geophysical research letters 35 (8), 2008
452008
Impacts of nucleating aerosol on anvil-cirrus clouds: A modeling study
GG Carrió, SC van den Heever, WR Cotton
Atmospheric research 84 (2), 111-131, 2007
452007
Observational analysis of cloud and precipitation in midlatitude cyclones: Northern versus Southern Hemisphere warm fronts
CM Naud, DJ Posselt, SC Van Den Heever
Journal of climate 25 (14), 5135-5151, 2012
442012
Sensitivity of warm-frontal processes to cloud-nucleating aerosol concentrations
AL Igel, SC Van Den Heever, CM Naud, SM Saleeby, DJ Posselt
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 70 (6), 1768-1783, 2013
432013
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