Joanne Simpson spends much of her time researching Atmospheric sciences, Meteorology, Precipitation, Convection and Climatology. The Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Wind shear, Microphysics, Latent heat and Cloud physics. The concepts of her Meteorology study are interwoven with issues in Remote sensing and Buoyancy.
Her research in the fields of Gprof overlaps with other disciplines such as Water cycle. In the subject of general Convection, her work in Squall line and Free convective layer is often linked to Phase, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her research on Climatology focuses in particular on Mesoscale meteorology.
Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences, Convection, Climatology and Precipitation are her primary areas of study. Joanne Simpson studied Meteorology and Cloud physics that intersect with Bin. Her Atmospheric sciences research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Atmosphere and Sea surface temperature.
Her Convection study combines topics in areas such as Wind shear, Microphysics, Atmospheric models and Boundary layer. Her study in the field of Mesoscale meteorology and Tropical cyclone also crosses realms of Water cycle. Her Precipitation research integrates issues from Latent heat and Shortwave.
Her primary areas of study are Climatology, Meteorology, Convection, Atmospheric sciences and Precipitation. In general Climatology study, her work on Troposphere and Eye often relates to the realm of Water cycle, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her research in Meteorology intersects with topics in Cloud cover and Doppler radar.
Her Convection research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wind shear, Microphysics, Forcing and Atmospheric models. Her study in Atmospheric sciences is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Latent heat and Cloud physics. Her Precipitation research incorporates elements of Atmosphere and Cloud condensation nuclei, Aerosol.
Her primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Meteorology, Convection, Water cycle and Atmospheric sciences. Joanne Simpson has researched Meteorology in several fields, including Remote sensing and Cloud physics. Joanne Simpson interconnects Madden–Julian oscillation, Cloud cover and Climate model in the investigation of issues within Cloud physics.
Her work on Squall line as part of general Convection research is frequently linked to Advection, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her Atmospheric sciences research focuses on Precipitation and how it relates to Atmospheric models. As part of one scientific family, Joanne Simpson deals mainly with the area of Forcing, narrowing it down to issues related to the Middle latitudes, and often Latent heat.
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The Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) Sensor Package
Christian Kummerow;William Barnes;Toshiaki Kozu;James Shiue.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (1998)
The status of the tropical rainfall measuring mission (TRMM) after two years in orbit
C. Kummerow;J. Simpson;O. Thiele;W. Barnes.
Journal of Applied Meteorology (2000)
A Proposed Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) Satellite
Joanne Simpson;Robert F. Adler;Gerald R. North.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (1988)
Goddard Cumulus Ensemble Model. Part I: Model Description
Wei-Kuo Tao;Joanne Simpson.
Terrestrial Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (1993)
An Ice-Water Saturation Adjustment
Wei-Kuo Tao;Joanne Simpson;Michael Mccumber.
Monthly Weather Review (1989)
On the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM)
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (1996)
MODELS OF PRECIPITATING CUMULUS TOWERS
Joanne Simpson;Victor Wiggert.
Monthly Weather Review (1969)
Mesoscale Interactions in Tropical Cyclone Genesis
J. Simpson;E. Ritchie;G. J. Holland;J. Halverson.
Monthly Weather Review (1997)
Microphysics, Radiation and Surface Processes in the Goddard Cumulus Ensemble (GCE) Model
W.-K. Tao;J. Simpson;D. Baker;S. Braun.
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (2003)
Role of atmospheric aerosol concentration on deep convective precipitation: Cloud‐resolving model simulations
Wei-Kuo Tao;Xiaowen Li;Xiaowen Li;Alexander Khain;Toshihisa Matsui;Toshihisa Matsui.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
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