Climatology, Atmospheric river, Precipitation, Orography and Meteorology are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Storm, Orographic lift and Flooding in his study of Climatology. His Atmospheric river research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dropsonde, Mesoscale meteorology, Hydrology, Middle latitudes and Water vapor.
He has researched Precipitation in several fields, including Winter storm and Atmospheric sciences. His Orography study incorporates themes from Rain gauge and Oceanography. The various areas that he examines in his Meteorology study include Remote sensing and Vertical velocity.
His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Atmospheric river, Precipitation, Meteorology and Atmospheric sciences. His work on Extratropical cyclone as part of his general Climatology study is frequently connected to West coast, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Atmospheric river research incorporates themes from Storm, Dropsonde, Mesoscale meteorology, Hydrology and Middle latitudes.
His study focuses on the intersection of Precipitation and fields such as Winter storm with connections in the field of Snowpack and Landfall. His work on Data assimilation and Numerical weather prediction as part of general Meteorology study is frequently linked to Tracking and Radio occultation, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. He has included themes like Moisture, Atmosphere and Asian Dust in his Atmospheric sciences study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atmospheric river, Climatology, Precipitation, Atmospheric sciences and Hydrology. His Atmospheric river research is under the purview of Meteorology. His work on Extratropical cyclone, Forecast skill and Teleconnection as part of general Climatology research is frequently linked to Predictability, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His research in Precipitation tackles topics such as General Circulation Model which are related to areas like Lead. His studies deal with areas such as Jet, Atmosphere, Surface winds and Water vapor as well as Atmospheric sciences. His research investigates the connection between Landslide and topics such as Winter storm that intersect with problems in Bay.
F. Martin Ralph mainly focuses on Climatology, Atmospheric river, Precipitation, West coast and Forecast skill. Many of his research projects under Climatology are closely connected to Predictability with Predictability, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His work carried out in the field of Atmospheric river brings together such families of science as Hydrology, Extreme events and Extratropical cyclone.
His Extratropical cyclone study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Watershed and Stall. He interconnects Flooding and Arctic oscillation in the investigation of issues within Precipitation. His research in Forecast skill intersects with topics in Landfall, Hydrometeorology, Frontal wave and Mesoscale meteorology.
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Meteorological Characteristics and Overland Precipitation Impacts of Atmospheric Rivers Affecting the West Coast of North America Based on Eight Years of SSM/I Satellite Observations
Paul J. Neiman;F. Martin Ralph;Gary A. Wick;Jessica D. Lundquist.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2008)
Satellite and CALJET Aircraft Observations of Atmospheric Rivers over the Eastern North Pacific Ocean during the Winter of 1997/98
F. Martin Ralph;Paul J. Neiman;Gary A. Wick.
Monthly Weather Review (2004)
Flooding on California's Russian River : Role of atmospheric rivers
F. Martin Ralph;Paul J. Neiman;Gary A. Wick;Seth I. Gutman.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Dust and Biological Aerosols from the Sahara and Asia Influence Precipitation in the Western U.S.
Jessie M. Creamean;Kaitlyn J. Suski;Daniel Rosenfeld;Alberto Cazorla.
Climatological Characteristics of Atmospheric Rivers and Their Inland Penetration over the Western United States
Jonathan J. Rutz;W. James Steenburgh;F. Martin Ralph.
Monthly Weather Review (2014)
Flooding in Western Washington: The Connection to Atmospheric Rivers*
Paul J. Neiman;Lawrence J. Schick;F. Martin Ralph;Mimi Hughes.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2011)
The statistical relationship between upslope flow and rainfall in California's coastal mountains: Observations during CALJET
Paul J. Neiman;F. Martin Ralph;A. B. White;D. E. Kingsmill.
Monthly Weather Review (2002)
Dropsonde Observations in Low-Level Jets over the Northeastern Pacific Ocean from CALJET-1998 and PACJET-2001: Mean Vertical-Profile and Atmospheric-River Characteristics
F. Martin Ralph;Paul J. Neiman;Richard Rotunno.
Monthly Weather Review (2005)
Diagnosis of an Intense Atmospheric River Impacting the Pacific Northwest: Storm Summary and Offshore Vertical Structure Observed with COSMIC Satellite Retrievals
Paul J. Neiman;F. Martin Ralph;Gary A. Wick;Ying-Hwa Kuo.
Monthly Weather Review (2008)
Physical Processes Associated with Heavy Flooding Rainfall in Nashville, Tennessee, and Vicinity during 1–2 May 2010: The Role of an Atmospheric River and Mesoscale Convective Systems*
Benjamin J. Moore;Paul J. Neiman;F. Martin Ralph;Faye E. Barthold.
Monthly Weather Review (2012)
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