Stephen Nesbitt
Stephen Nesbitt
Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Illinois 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
Storm morphology and rainfall characteristics of TRMM precipitation features
SW Nesbitt, R Cifelli, SA Rutledge
Monthly Weather Review 134 (10), 2702-2721, 2006
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Radar Meteorology: A First Course
RM Rauber, SW Nesbitt
John Wiley & Sons, 2018
Mesoscale convective systems and critical clusters
O Peters, JD Neelin, SW Nesbitt
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 66 (9), 2913-2924, 2009
Global precipitation measurement cold season precipitation experiment (GCPEX): For measurement’s sake, let it snow
G Skofronick-Jackson, D Hudak, W Petersen, SW Nesbitt, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (10), 1719-1741, 2015
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
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