Publications


In Preparation or In Review

Paredes, M. and B. Schenkel, 2020: How does tropical cyclone outer size impact tornado production?, Geophys. Res. Lett., in preparation.

Nguyen, D. and B. Schenkel, 2020: Does tropical cyclone outer size increase during extratropical transition?, Geophys. Res. Lett., in preparation.

Schenkel, B.A., D. Chavas, N. Lin, G. Vecchi, and T. Knutson, 2020: North Atlantic tropical cyclone outer size and structure remain unchanged by the late 21st century, J. Climate, in preparation.


2021

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.


2020

Schenkel, B.A., R. Edwards, and M. Coniglio, 2020: A Climatological Analysis of Ambient Deep-Tropospheric Vertical Wind Shear Impacts upon Tornadoes in Tropical CyclonesWea. 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.


2018

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.


2017

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.

2016

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


2015

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.


2012

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)


2011

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