Michael T. Montgomery mainly focuses on Vortex, Tropical cyclone, Meteorology, Eye and Vorticity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Eyewall replacement cycle, Convection and Rossby wave in addition to Vortex. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Atmospheric sciences, Potential temperature, Boundary layer, Typhoon and Inflow.
His Meteorology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Climatology and Tropical cyclogenesis. In his study, Secondary circulation is inextricably linked to Outflow, which falls within the broad field of Eye. His research in Vorticity focuses on subjects like Mesoscale meteorology, which are connected to Troposphere, Atlantic hurricane, Fluid dynamics and Statistical physics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Tropical cyclone, Vortex, Meteorology, Mechanics and Climatology. His Tropical cyclone study incorporates themes from Typhoon, Tropical cyclogenesis, Atmospheric sciences and Boundary layer. His Boundary layer research incorporates themes from Intensity and Drag coefficient.
His Vortex study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Rossby wave, Convection and Classical mechanics. His Convection research includes themes of Secondary circulation and Geophysics. His Mechanics research includes elements of Diabatic and Advection.
Michael T. Montgomery spends much of his time researching Tropical cyclone, Climatology, Vortex, Meteorology and Boundary layer. Michael T. Montgomery is interested in Eye, which is a field of Tropical cyclone. His study in the fields of Eyewall replacement cycle under the domain of Eye overlaps with other disciplines such as Linear model.
His study looks at the relationship between Climatology and topics such as Tropical cyclogenesis, which overlap with Vorticity, Cyclogenesis and African easterly jet. His Vortex study introduces a deeper knowledge of Mechanics. His Boundary layer study combines topics in areas such as Advection, Geophysics and Diabatic.
His main research concerns Tropical cyclone, Vortex, Meteorology, Boundary layer and Climatology. His research in Tropical cyclone is mostly focused on Eye. He interconnects Rossby wave and Convection in the investigation of issues within Vortex.
His work on Wind shear as part of general Meteorology study is frequently connected to Credibility, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. As part of the same scientific family, Michael T. Montgomery usually focuses on Boundary layer, concentrating on Atmospheric sciences and intersecting with Radius and Inflow. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Climatology, Vorticity and Cyclogenesis is strongly linked to Tropical cyclogenesis.
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A theory for vortex rossby-waves and its application to spiral bands and intensity changes in hurricanes
Michael T. Montgomery;Randall J. Kallenbach.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (1997)
A Vortical Hot Tower Route to Tropical Cyclogenesis.
M. T. Montgomery;M. E. Nicholls;T. A. Cram;A. B. Saunders.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2006)
The Role of “Vortical” Hot Towers in the Formation of Tropical Cyclone Diana (1984)
Eric A. Hendricks;Michael T. Montgomery;Christopher A. Davis.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2004)
Polygonal Eyewalls, Asymmetric Eye Contraction, and Potential Vorticity Mixing in Hurricanes
Wayne H. Schubert;Michael T. Montgomery;Richard K. Taft;Thomas A. Guinn.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1999)
Tropical cyclogenesis in a tropical wave critical layer: easterly waves
T. J. Dunkerton;M. T. Montgomery;Z. Wang.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2009)
Low-Wavenumber Structure and Evolution of the Hurricane Inner Core Observed by Airborne Dual-Doppler Radar
Paul D. Reasor;Michael T. Montgomery;Frank D. Marks;John F. Gamache.
Monthly Weather Review (2000)
Tropical Cyclogenesis via Convectively Forced Vortex Rossby Waves in a Three-Dimensional Quasigeostrophic Model
Michael T. Montgomery;Janice Enagonio.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1998)
Tropical cyclone spin‐up revisited
Roger K. Smith;Michael T. Montgomery;Michael T. Montgomery;Nguyen Van Sang.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2009)
A New Look at the Problem of Tropical Cyclones in Vertical Shear Flow: Vortex Resiliency
Paul D. Reasor;Michael T. Montgomery;Lewis D. Grasso.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2004)
Tropical-cyclone intensification and predictability in three dimensions
Nguyen Van Sang;Roger K. Smith;Michael T. Montgomery.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2008)
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