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A Nowcasting Model for Tropical Cyclone Precipitation Regions Based on the TREC Motion Vector Retrieval with a Semi-Lagrangian Scheme for Doppler Weather Radar

Published: May 21st, 2018

TANG, MATYAS – A Nowcasting Model for Tropical Cyclone Precipitation Regions Based on the TREC Motion Vector Retrieval with a Semi-Lagrangian Scheme for Doppler Weather Radar Jingyin Tang and Corene… Read More

Using an Object-Based Approach to Quantify the Spatial Structure of Reflectivity Regions in Hurricane Isabel (2003). Part I: Comparisons between Radar Observations and Model Simulations

Published: Apr 25th, 2018

MATYAS, TANG,  ZICK – Using an Object-Based Approach to Quantify the Spatial Structure of Reflectivity Regions in Hurricane Isabel (2003). Part I: Comparisons between Radar Observations and Model Simulations Corene J.… Read More

Dr. Matyas and Dr. Mossa on Hurricane Irma

Published: Sep 20th, 2017

Geography’s Dr. Corene Matyas and Dr. Joann Mossa recently spoke to several new outlets about the cause and result of Hurricane Irma. 9/7 Dr. Corene Matyas explains the mechanics of… Read More

Extreme floods and their relationship with tropical cyclones in Puerto Rico

Published: Sep 12th, 2017

HERNANDEZ AYALA, KEELLINGS, WAYLEN, MATYAS – Extreme floods and their relationship with tropical cyclones in Puerto Rico José J. Hernández Ayala, David Keellings, Peter R. Waylen & Corene J. Matyas… Read More

Hurricane Matthew’s Near Miss of Florida May Result in More Widespread Damage Than Direct Hit

Published: Oct 8th, 2016

Hurricane Matthew’s near miss of Florida may result in more widespread damage than a direct hit – according to UF’s Dr. Corene Matyas – who was quoted in an October 7th Tampa Bay… Read More

Why Have We Seen A ‘Blob’ East Of Hurricane Matthew’s Eye And Why It Should Concern Us

Published: Oct 3rd, 2016

In a recent Forbe’s article, recent Geography alum (and Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech) Dr. Stephanie Zick helped explain ‘Why have we seen a ‘blob’ east of Hurricane Matthew’s eye and why it… Read More

Geography Colloquium: New Insights into Tropical Convection and Hurricanes using Polarimetric Radar

Published: Jan 19th, 2016

Geography Colloquium New Insights into Tropical Convection and Hurricanes using Polarimetric Radar Speaker: Dr. Michael M. Bell Assistant Professor, University of Hawai’i at Manoa Thursday, January 21, 2015 3:00-3:50 PM (Period… Read More

A Spatial Analysis of Hurricane Katrina’s Outer Rainbands prior to Landfall in Louisiana

Published: Jan 12th, 2016

COMSTOCK, MATYAS, TANG, ZICK – A Spatial Analysis of Hurricane Katrina’s Outer Rainbands prior to Landfall in Louisiana Corene J. Matyas, J. Tang, I. J. Comstock, and S. E. Zick Conference… Read More

Evolving Geometries in the Moisture Budgets and Precipitation Structures of US Gulf Coast Landfalling Hurricanes

Published: Jan 12th, 2016

MATYAS, ZICK – Evolving Geometries in the Moisture Budgets and Precipitation Structures of US Gulf Coast Landfalling Hurricanes Stephanie E. Zick and C. J. Matyas Conference paper presented: 12 JAN 2016… Read More

José Javier Hernández Ayala featured in El Nuevo Dia

Published: Oct 20th, 2015

Geography’s José Javier Hernández Ayala was recently featured in a Spanish language article in Puerto Rico’s El Nuevo Dia. The article Estudian la lluvia ciclónica sobre Puerto Rico discusses Hernández Ayala’s recent work… Read More