Mark D. Powell mainly focuses on Meteorology, Wind speed, Storm, Environmental science and Storm surge. In his research, Maximum sustained wind is intimately related to Wind stress, which falls under the overarching field of Meteorology. Mark D. Powell works mostly in the field of Storm, limiting it down to concerns involving Rainband and, occasionally, Geophysics and Hurricane Floyd.
He integrates Environmental science with Hurricane Weather Research and Forecasting model in his research. His studies in Storm surge integrate themes in fields like Channel, Tropical cyclone, Climatology and Wind wave. His Wind shear research incorporates themes from Roughness length and Wind profile power law.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Meteorology, Environmental science, Climatology, Storm and Tropical cyclone. His is doing research in Wind speed, Hurricane Research Division, Maximum sustained wind, Wind shear and Wind direction, both of which are found in Meteorology. His work deals with themes such as Tropical cyclone rainfall forecasting, Inflow, Wind wave and Storm surge, which intersect with Climatology.
Mark D. Powell has researched Storm surge in several fields, including Flood myth and Surge. Mark D. Powell usually deals with Storm and limits it to topics linked to Shore and Storm track. His Tropical cyclone study combines topics in areas such as Cyclone, Tropical cyclone scales and Central dense overcast.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Meteorology, Environmental science, Tropical cyclone, Storm and Climatology. As a member of one scientific family, Mark D. Powell mostly works in the field of Meteorology, focusing on Wind stress and, on occasion, Roughness length and Forcing. His Tropical cyclone research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Maximum sustained wind and Hurricane Research Division.
Many of his research projects under Storm are closely connected to River delta, Radiation stress, Probabilistic logic and Commission with River delta, Radiation stress, Probabilistic logic and Commission, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His work carried out in the field of Climatology brings together such families of science as Data assimilation and Storm surge. His Wind speed research includes elements of Flood control and Mesonet.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Storm surge, Climatology, Meteorology, Storm and Wind speed. He works mostly in the field of Storm surge, limiting it down to topics relating to Flood myth and, in certain cases, Barrier island. His Climatology study also includes fields such as
Mark D. Powell is involved in the study of Meteorology that focuses on Wind shear in particular. He focuses mostly in the field of Wind shear, narrowing it down to topics relating to Wind profile power law and, in certain cases, Atmospheric sciences. His research investigates the link between Storm and topics such as Shore that cross with problems in Storm track, Water level and Sea level.
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Reduced drag coefficient for high wind speeds in tropical cyclones
Mark D. Powell;Peter J. Vickery;Timothy A. Reinhold.
The HRD real-time hurricane wind analysis system
Mark D. Powell;Sam H. Houston;Luis R. Amat;Nirva Morisseau-Leroy.
Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics (1998)
A Basin to Channel-Scale Unstructured Grid Hurricane Storm Surge Model Applied to Southern Louisiana
Joannes J. Westerink;Richard A. Luettich;Jesse C. Feyen;Jesse C. Feyen;John H. Atkinson.
Monthly Weather Review (2008)
A High-Resolution Coupled Riverine Flow, Tide, Wind, Wind Wave, and Storm Surge Model for Southern Louisiana and Mississippi. Part I: Model Development and Validation
S. Bunya;J. C. Dietrich;J. J. Westerink;B. A. Ebersole.
Monthly Weather Review (2010)
Tropical Cyclone Destructive Potential by Integrated Kinetic Energy
Mark D. Powell;Timothy A. Reinhold.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2007)
Hurricane Andrew's Landfall in South Florida. Part I: Standardizing Measurements for Documentation of Surface Wind Fields
Mark D. Powell;Samuel H. Houston;Timothy A. Reinhold.
Weather and Forecasting (1996)
A High-Resolution Coupled Riverine Flow, Tide, Wind, Wind Wave, and Storm Surge Model for Southern Louisiana and Mississippi. Part II: Synoptic Description and Analysis of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
J. C. Dietrich;S. Bunya;S. Bunya;J. J. Westerink;B. A. Ebersole.
Monthly Weather Review (2010)
A Hurricane Boundary Layer and Wind Field Model for Use in Engineering Applications
Peter J. Vickery;Dhiraj Wadhera;Mark D. Powell;Yingzhao Chen.
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology (2009)
Boundary Layer Structure and Dynamics in Outer Hurricane Rainbands. Part II: Downdraft Modification and Mixed Layer Recovery
Mark D. Powell.
Monthly Weather Review (1990)
Wind and waves in extreme hurricanes
Leo H. Holthuijsen;Mark D. Powell;Julie D. Pietrzak.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
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