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Brian D. Jamison

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Corresponding Articles: 7

Brian D. Jamison authored and/or contributed to the following articles/publications.

Impacts on RUC Short-term Ceiling and Visibility Forecasts from High-Resolution Data

Brian D. Jamison

An Atmospheric Soliton Observed with Doppler Radar, Differential Absorption Lidar,and a Molecular Doppler Lidar

Airborne Leandre II differential absorption lidar (DIAL), S-band dual-polarization Doppler radar (SPol), and Goddard Lidar Observatory for Winds (GLOW) Doppler lidar data are used, in conjunction with surface mesonet and special sounding data, to derive the structure and dynamics of a bore and associated solitary wave train (soliton) that were g...

Brian D. Jamison


Brian D. Jamison

GAINS-a global observing system

Brian D. Jamison

Progress on FIM development toward membership in the North American Ensemble Forecast System

Brian D. Jamison
Institution National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA

Comparison between wind profiler second moments and pilot reports of turbulence in the vicinity of profilers

Brian D. Jamison

Commercial-Aircraft-Based Observations for NWP: Global Coverage, Data Impacts, and COVID-19

Weather observations from commercial aircraft constitute an essential component of the global observing system and have been shown to be the most valuable observation source for short-range numerical weather prediction (NWP) systems over North America. However, the distribution of aircraft observations is highly irregular in space and time. In t...

Brian D. Jamison
Institution National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA