John F. Dostalek, Ph.D.

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2012 Atmospheric Science Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 
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Atmospheric Sciences, Meteorology
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Mark DeMaria grad student 2012 Colorado State
 (Global omega equation: Derivation and application to tropical cyclogenesis in the North Atlantic Ocean.)
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Dostalek JF, Schubert WH, DeMaria M. (2017) Derivation and Solution of the Omega Equation Associated With a Balance Theory on the Sphere Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. 9: 3045-3068
Kaplan J, Rozoff CM, Demaria M, et al. (2015) Evaluating environmental impacts on tropical cyclone rapid intensification predictability utilizing statistical models Weather and Forecasting. 30: 1374-1396
Lindsey DT, Grasso L, Dostalek JF, et al. (2014) Use of the GOES-R split-window difference to diagnose deepening low-level water vapor Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 53: 2005-2016
Grasso LD, Sengupta M, Dostalek JF, et al. (2008) Synthetic satellite imagery for current and future environmental satellites International Journal of Remote Sensing. 29: 4373-4384
Lindsey DT, Hillger DW, Grasso L, et al. (2006) GOES climatology and analysis of thunderstorms with enhanced 3.9-μm reflectivity Monthly Weather Review. 134: 2342-2353
Dostalek JF, DeMaria M. (2006) Polar wind retrievals using the advanced microwave sounding unit 86th Ams Annual Meeting
Dostalek JF, Weaver JF, Phillips GL. (2004) Aspects of a tornadic left-moving thunderstorm of 25 May 1999 Weather and Forecasting. 19: 614-626
Dostalek JF, Schmit TJ. (2001) Total precipitable water measurements from GOES sounder derived product imagery Weather and Forecasting. 16: 573-587
Dostalek JF, Weaver JF, Purdom JFW, et al. (1997) Nighttime detection of low-level thunderstorm outflow using a goes multispectral image product Weather and Forecasting. 12: 947-950
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