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Robert Edward Hart

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2003- Earth, Ocean, & Atmospheric Science Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
Area:
Tropical/Synoptic Meteorology
Website:
http://www.eoas.fsu.edu/people/faculty/dr-robert-hart
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Jenni-Louise Evans grad student 2001 Penn State
 (The extratropical transition of Atlantic tropical cyclones : climatology, lifecycle definition, and a case study.)
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Halperin DJ, Penny AB, Hart RE. (2020) A Comparison of Tropical Cyclone Genesis Forecast Verification from Three Global Forecast System (GFS) Operational Configurations Weather and Forecasting. 35: 1801-1815
Halperin DJ, Hart RE, Fuelberg HE, et al. (2017) The Development and Evaluation of a Statistical–Dynamical Tropical Cyclone Genesis Guidance Tool Weather and Forecasting. 32: 27-46
Evans C, Wood KM, Aberson SD, et al. (2017) The extratropical transition of tropical cyclones. Part I: Cyclone evolution and direct impacts Monthly Weather Review. 145: 4317-4344
Halperin DJ, Fuelberg HE, Hart RE, et al. (2016) Verification of Tropical Cyclone Genesis Forecasts from Global Numerical Models: Comparisons between the North Atlantic and Eastern North Pacific Basins Weather and Forecasting. 31: 947-955
Hart RE, Chavas DR, Guishard MP. (2016) The arbitrary definition of the current atlantic major hurricane landfall drought Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 97: 713-722
Helms CN, Hart RE. (2015) The evolution of dropsonde-derived kinematic and thermodynamic structures in developing and nondeveloping atlantic tropical convective systems Monthly Weather Review. 143: 3109-3135
Hazelton AT, Rogers R, Hart RE. (2015) Shear-relative asymmetries in tropical cyclone eyewall slope Monthly Weather Review. 143: 883-903
Schenkel BA, Hart RE. (2015) An examination of the thermodynamic impacts of western North Pacific tropical cyclones on their tropical tropospheric environment Journal of Climate. 28: 7529-7560
Schenkel BA, Hart RE. (2015) An analysis of the environmental moisture impacts of western North Pacific tropical cyclones Journal of Climate. 28: 2600-2622
Ryglicki DR, Hart RE. (2015) An investigation of center-finding techniques for tropical cyclones in mesoscale models Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 54: 825-846
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