Publications (undergraduate advisees italicized)

In Preparation or In Review

Alford, A., B. Schenkel, S. Hernandez, J. Zhang, M. Biggerstaff, E. Blumenauer, and T. Sandmael, 2023: Examining outer band supercell environments in three landfalling tropical cyclones using ground-based radar analyses, Mon. Wea. Rev., in review.

Schenkel, B., T. Jones, and S. Waugh, 2023: Assessing landfalling tropical cyclone convective-scale envbironments in the Warn-on-Forecast system using radiosondes, J. Geophys. Res., in preparation.

Nguyen, D. and B. Schenkel, 2023: Does tropical cyclone outer size increase during extratropical transition?, Geophys. Res. Lett., in preparation.


Schenkel, B., K. Calhoun, T. Sandmael, M. Ake, Z. Cooper, Z. Fruits, M Gonzales, B. Kassel, and Isaiah Schick, 2023: Radar and lightning characteristics of tornadic cells in landfalling tropical cyclones, J. Geophys. Res., accepted.

Schenkel, B.A., C. Noble, D. Chavas, K. Chan, S. Barlow, A. Singh, and K. Musgrave, 2023: Recent progress in research and forecasting of tropical cyclone outer size, Trop. Cyc. Res. Rev., IWTC-X Special Collection, in press.

Sandmael, T., B.R. Smith, J.G. Madden, J.W. Monroe, P.T. Hyland, B. Schenkel, and T. Meyer, 2023: The 2021 Hazardous Weather Testbed Experimental Warning Program Radar Convective Applications Experiment: A Forecaster Evaluation of the Tornado Probability Algorithm and the New Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm, Wea. Forecasting, 38, 1125-1142

Schenkel, B.A., D. Chavas, N. Lin, T. Knutson, G. Vecchi, and A. Brammer, 2023: North Atlantic tropical cyclone outer size and structure remain unchanged by the late 21st century, J. Climate, 23,359-382.

Gori, A., N. Lin, B. Schenkel, and D. Chavas, 2023: North Atlantic tropical cyclone size and storm surge reconstructions from 1950-present, J. Geophys. Res., 128, e2022JD037312.


Knutson, T., J. Sirutis, M. Bender, R. Tuleya, and B. Schenkel, 2022: Dynamical downscaling projections of late 21st century U.S. landfalling hurricane activity, Clim. Change, 171, 1-23.


Paredes, M., B.A. Schenkel, R. Edwards, and M. Coniglio, 2021: Tropical Cyclone Outer Size Impacts the Number and Location of Tornadoes, Geophys. Res. Lett., 48, e2021GL095922, 1-10.

Schenkel, B.A., M. Coniglio, and R. Edwards, 2021: How does the relationship between ambient deep-tropospheric vertical wind shear and tropical cyclone tornadoes change between coastal and inland environments?, Wea. Forecasting, 36, 539-566.

Homeyer, C., A. Fiero, B.A. Schenkel, A. Didlake, G. McFarquhar, J. Hu, A. Rhyzkov, J. Basara, A. Murphy, and J. Zawislak, 2021: Polarimetric Signatures in Landfalling Tropical CyclonesMon. Wea. Rev., 149, 131-154.


Schenkel, B.A., R. Edwards, and M. Coniglio, 2020: A Climatological Analysis of Ambient Deep-Tropospheric Vertical Wind Shear Impacts upon Tornadoes in Tropical Cyclones, Wea. Forecasting, 35, 2033-2059.

Hoogewind, K., D. Chavas, B.A. Schenkel, and M. O'Neill, 2020: Environmental Controls on the Observed Tropical Cyclone Count, J. Climate, 33, 1725-1745.


Schenkel, B.A., Lin, N., Chavas, D., Vecchi, G., Oppenheimer, M., and A. Brammer, 2018: Lifetime Evolution of Outer Tropical Cyclone Size, J. Climate, 31, 7985-8004.


Schenkel, B.A., N. Lin, D. Chavas, M. Oppenheimer, and A. Brammer, 2017: Evaluating Outer Tropical Cyclone Size in Reanalysis Datasets Using QuikSCAT Data, J. Climate, 30, 8745-8762.

Schenkel, B.A., 2017: Are Multiple Tropical Cyclone Events Similar among Basins? J. Climate, 30, 5805-5813.


Schenkel, B.A., 2016: A climatology of multiple tropical cyclone events. J. Climate, 29, 4861-4883.


Schenkel, B.A. and R.E. Hart, 2015: An examination of the thermodynamic impacts of western North Pacific tropical cyclones on their tropospheric thermodynamic environment. J. Climate, 28, 7529-7560.

Schenkel, B.A. and R.E. Hart, 2015: An analysis of the environmental moisture impacts of western North Pacific tropical cyclones. J. Climate, 28, 2600-2622.


Schenkel, B.A. and R.E. Hart, 2012: An Examination of Tropical Cyclone Position, Intensity, and Intensity Life Cycle within Atmospheric Reanalysis Datasets. J. Climate, MERRA Special Collection, 25, 3453-3475. (Invited)


Schenkel, B.A. and R.E. Hart, 2011: Conference Notebook: Potential Implications of Tropical Cyclone Passage. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., October 2011, 1282-1283.