His primary scientific interests are in Meteorology, Environmental science, Tropical cyclone, Mesoscale meteorology and Eye. Particularly relevant to Vortex is his body of work in Meteorology. He has researched Tropical cyclone in several fields, including Emerging technologies and Satellite observation.
His Mesoscale meteorology research incorporates elements of Storm, Climate model and Cloud physics. His research in Eye intersects with topics in Wind shear, Convective instability and Geodesy. The various areas that Scott A. Braun examines in his Climatology study include Microphysics, Subsidence, Cyclogenesis and Convective available potential energy.
His primary areas of investigation include Meteorology, Environmental science, Tropical cyclone, Climatology and Storm. His works in Convection, Data assimilation, Precipitation, Mesoscale meteorology and Eye are all subjects of inquiry into Meteorology. His Mesoscale meteorology research incorporates themes from Orography, Boundary layer and Rainband.
His work in Tropical cyclone covers topics such as Wind shear which are related to areas like Vorticity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Subsidence, Atmospheric sciences, African easterly jet, Tropical cyclogenesis and Cyclogenesis. He has included themes like Air quality index, Lightning, Typhoon, Tropopause and Altitude in his Storm study.
Scott A. Braun focuses on Environmental science, Tropical cyclone, Climatology, Precipitation and Remote sensing. His Tropical cyclone study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Storm and Atmospheric sciences. Storm is a subfield of Meteorology that Scott A. Braun tackles.
Scott A. Braun combines subjects such as Microwave radiometer, Bayesian probability and Radiance with his study of Meteorology. His Climatology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wind shear, Outflow and Natural hazard. His research investigates the link between Precipitation and topics such as Radiometer that cross with problems in Troposphere, Synoptic scale meteorology and Cloud physics.
Environmental science, Tropical cyclone, Storm, Climatology and Saharan Air Layer are his primary areas of study. His study on Environmental science is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Meteorology, Event, Data assimilation, Ensemble Kalman filter and Troposphere. His Event investigation overlaps with other areas such as Tropical wave and Microphysics.
His Data assimilation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Climate model, Atlantic hurricane and Aerosol. Ensemble Kalman filter combines with fields such as Peak intensity, Atmospheric sciences, Inner core, Perturbation and Dropsonde in his investigation. His Troposphere study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Synoptic scale meteorology, Radiometer, Precipitation and Mesoscale meteorology.
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Sensitivity of High-Resolution Simulations of Hurricane Bob (1991) to Planetary Boundary Layer Parameterizations
Scott A. Braun;Wei-Kuo Tao.
Monthly Weather Review (2000)
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)
The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Mission for Science and Society
Gail Skofronick-Jackson;Walter A Petersen;Wesley Berg;Chris Kidd.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2017)
A Cloud-Resolving Simulation of Hurricane Bob, 1991: Storm Structure and Eyewall Buoyancy
Scott A. Braun.
High-Resolution Simulation of Hurricane Bonnie 1998, Part 1: The Organization of Vertical Motion
Scott A. Braun;Michael T. Montgomery;Zhaoxia Pu.
A Lagrangian Trajectory View on Transport and Mixing Processes between the Eye, Eyewall, and Environment Using a High-Resolution Simulation of Hurricane Bonnie (1998)
Thomas A. Cram;John Persing;Michael T. Montgomery;Scott A. Braun.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2007)
Precipitation and Latent Heating Distributions from Satellite Passive Microwave Radiometry. Part I: Improved Method and Uncertainties
William S. Olson;Christian D. Kummerow;Song Yang;Grant W. Petty.
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology (2006)
Evaluation of Bogus Vortex Techniques with Four-Dimensional Variational Data Assimilation
Zhao-Xia Pu;Scott A. Braun.
Monthly Weather Review (2001)
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)
Reevaluating the Role of the Saharan Air Layer in Atlantic Tropical Cyclogenesis and Evolution
Scott A. Braun.
Monthly Weather Review (2010)
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