The College at Brockport is very proud to showcase publications by our esteemed faculty members. This collection features works published by the faculty and professionals, both current and former, of the Department of the Earth Sciences. These publications are comprised of articles submitted to scholarly and peer-reviewed academic journals.

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Submissions from 2017

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Evaluating Elevated Convection with the Downdraft Convective Inhibition, P. S. Market, Scott M. Rochette, J. Shewchuk, R. Difani, Joshua S. Kastman, C. B. Henson, and N. I. Fox

Submissions from 2016

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Assessing Upper Tropospheric Jet Streak Proximity Using the Rossby Radius of Deformation, Joshua S. Kastman, Patrick S. Market, Scott M. Rochette, and Anthony R. Lupo

Submissions from 2006

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The Role of Sublimational Cooling in a Late-Season Midwestern Snow Event, Patrick S. Market, Ronald W. Przybylinksi, and Scott M. Rochette

Submissions from 2005

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Examination of forcing mechanisms leading to a surprise heavy snow event, Scott M. Rochette, Thomas A. Niziol, and Chad M. Gravelle

Submissions from 2004

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Enhancing Diversity in the Geosciences Through National Dissemination of the AMS Online Weather Studies Distance Learning Course, Ira W. Geer, Elizabeth W. Mills, Joseph M. Moran, Robert S. Weinbeck, William A. Porter, Jasper L. Harris, and James A. Brey

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Datastreme Courses: Teacher Enhancement Utilizing Current Environmental Data and the Internet, Ira W. Geer, Joseph M. Moran, Elizabeth W. Mills, Robert S. Weinbeck, Edward J. Hopkins, and Bernard A. Blair

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Conventional and isentropic analyses of a cold-season heavy rainfall episode associated with elevated convection, Scott M. Rochette

Submissions from 2003

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Flash-flood producing mesoscale convective systems: A statistical analysis of precipitation efficiency, Patrick S. Market and Scott M. Rochette

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The Environment of Warm-Season Elevated Thunderstorms Associated with Heavy Rainfall Over the Central United States, James T. Moore, Fred H. Glass, Charles E. Graves, Scott M. Rochette, and Mark J. Singer

Submissions from 2002

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An analysis of the 27-28 May 2001 Great Plains derecho, Diana M. Blahyj and Scott M. Rochette

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Verification of day 4 through day 7 forecast for Buffalo and Rochester, NY, Amanda Pfendler, Thomas A. Niziol, and Scott M. Rochette

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An analysis of the Cattaraugus Creek flash flood of 26 June 1998, Scott M. Rochette and James A. Zollweg

Submissions from 2001

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An examination of the 4 March 1999 blizzard, Scott M. Rochette and Jose Maliekal

Submissions from 2000

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An episode of elevated convective heavy rainfall: A numerical study, Scott M. Rochette

Submissions from 1998

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Feedback relations and causal orders between sea surface temperature and convection within the western Pacific warm pool, Jose Maliekal

Submissions from 1996

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Evidence of Secular Changes in Rainfall Data from the Tropical Western and Central Pacific over a 20-year Period, Jose Maliekal and Thomas J. Petroski

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Initiation of an Elevated Mesoscale Convective System Associated with Heavy Rainfall, Scott M. Rochette and James T. Moore

Submissions from 1989

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Tropical Wind Stress from Time-Averaged Winds, Mark Lander, James C. Sadler, Jose Maliekal, and Arnold Hori