His scientific interests lie mostly in Meteorology, Environmental science, Radar, Doppler radar and Remote sensing. His research investigates the link between Meteorology and topics such as Radiometer that cross with problems in Radiometry. His Environmental science research includes elements of Cirrus, Radiative transfer, Atmospheric sciences, Earth's energy budget and Storm.
Gerald M. Heymsfield interconnects Chemical transport model and Aerosol in the investigation of issues within Cirrus. The Doppler radar study combines topics in areas such as Eye and Mesoscale meteorology. His work deals with themes such as Polarimetry, 3D radar, Wave radar, Pulse-Doppler radar and Weather radar, which intersect with Remote sensing.
Gerald M. Heymsfield focuses on Remote sensing, Meteorology, Radar, Environmental science and Doppler radar. While the research belongs to areas of Remote sensing, he spends his time largely on the problem of Cloud physics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Ice cloud. As a member of one scientific family, Gerald M. Heymsfield mostly works in the field of Meteorology, focusing on Radiometer and, on occasion, Radiometry.
His study looks at the relationship between Radar and topics such as Convection, which overlap with Atmospheric sciences. The concepts of his Doppler radar study are interwoven with issues in Wavelength, Microphysics, Mesoscale meteorology, Altitude and Attenuation. His study focuses on the intersection of Cirrus and fields such as Radiative transfer with connections in the field of Ice crystals and Scattering.
Gerald M. Heymsfield spends much of his time researching Radar, Environmental science, Remote sensing, Precipitation and Climatology. Gerald M. Heymsfield studies Radar, namely Doppler radar. His Remote sensing research incorporates elements of Spaceborne radar, International Space Station, Radar observations and Radar tracker.
The concepts of his Climatology study are interwoven with issues in Field campaign and Winter storm. His Geodesy study combines topics in areas such as Azimuth, Convection and Deformation. The study of Tropical cyclone and Meteorology are components of his Eye research.
Gerald M. Heymsfield mainly investigates Radar, Remote sensing, Vortex, Eye and Precipitation. His research integrates issues of Multiple frequency, Radar observations, Cloud microphysics and Radar reflectivity in his study of Remote sensing. His Vortex study contributes to a more complete understanding of Meteorology.
Tropical cyclone and Climatology are the subject areas of his Eye study. His work carried out in the field of Precipitation brings together such families of science as Spaceborne radar and Doppler radar.
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A Method for Combined Passive-Active Microwave Retrievals of Cloud and Precipitation Profiles.
William S. Olson;Christian D. Kummerow;Gerald M. Heymsfield;Louis Giglio.
Journal of Applied Meteorology (1996)
Multiscale Observations of Hurricane Dennis (2005): The Effects of Hot Towers on Rapid Intensification
Stephen R. Guimond;Gerald M. Heymsfield;F. Joseph Turk.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2010)
On the importance of small ice crystals in tropical anvil cirrus
E. J. Jensen;P. Lawson;B. Baker;B. Pilson.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2009)
ER-2 Doppler Radar Investigations of the Eyewall of Hurricane Bonnie during the Convection and Moisture Experiment-3
Gerald M. Heymsfield;Jeffrey B. Halverson;Joanne Simpson;Lin Tian.
Journal of Applied Meteorology (2001)
The Saharan Air Layer and the Fate of African Easterly Waves—NASA's AMMA Field Study of Tropical Cyclogenesis
Edward J. Zipser;Cynthia H. Twohy;Si Chee Tsay;K. Lee Thornhill.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2009)
Characteristics of Deep Tropical and Subtropical Convection from Nadir-Viewing High-Altitude Airborne Doppler Radar
Gerald M. Heymsfield;Lin Tian;Andrew J. Heymsfield;Lihua Li.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2010)
The Midlatitude Continental Convective Clouds Experiment (MC3E)
M. P. Jensen;W. A. Petersen;Aaron R. Bansemer;N. Bharadwaj.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2016)
Factors Affecting the Evolution of Hurricane Erin (2001) and the Distributions of Hydrometeors: Role of Microphysical Processes
Greg M. Mcfarquhar;Henian Zhang;Gerald Heymsfield;Robbie Hood.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2006)
The EDOP radar system on the high-altitude NASA ER-2 aircraft
Gerald M. Heymsfield;Steven W. Bidwell;I. Jeff Caylor;Syed Ameen.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (1996)
NASA's Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) Field Experiment
Scott A. Braun;Ramesh Kakar;Edward Zipser;Gerald Heymsfield.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2013)
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