Christopher J Nowotarski

Texas A & M University, College Station, TX, United States 
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Paul M. Markowski grad student 2009-2013 Penn State


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Matthew Brown grad student 2016- Texas A & M
Marc Bremenkamp grad student 2018- Texas A & M
Leland MacDonald grad student 2019- Texas A & M
Justin Spotts grad student 2020- Texas A & M
Mark Benoit grad student 2014-2016 Texas A & M
Felicia Guarriello grad student 2014-2016 Texas A & M
Michele Serino grad student 2014-2017 Texas A & M
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Nowotarski CJ, Peters JM, Mulholland JP. (2020) Evaluating the Effective Inflow Layer of Simulated Supercell Updrafts Monthly Weather Review. 148: 3507-3532
Peters JM, Nowotarski CJ, Mulholland JP, et al. (2020) The influences of effective inflow layer streamwise vorticity and storm-relative flow on supercell updraft properties Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 77: 3033-3057
Nowotarski CJ, Jones EA. (2018) Multivariate Self-Organizing Map Approach to Classifying Supercell Tornado Environments Using Near-Storm, Low-Level Wind and Thermodynamic Profiles Weather and Forecasting. 33: 661-670
Nowotarski CJ, Markowski PM. (2016) Modifications to the near-storm environment induced by simulated supercell thunderstorms Monthly Weather Review. 144: 273-293
Nowotarski CJ, Markowski PM, Richardson YP, et al. (2015) Supercell low-level mesocyclones in simulations with a sheared convective boundary layer Monthly Weather Review. 143: 272-297
Nowotarski CJ, Markowski PM, Richardson YP, et al. (2014) Properties of a simulated convective boundary layer in an idealized supercell thunderstorm environment Monthly Weather Review. 142: 3955-3976
Nowotarski CJ, Markowski PM, Richardson YP. (2011) The characteristics of numerically simulated supercell storms situated over statically stable boundary layers Monthly Weather Review. 139: 3139-3162
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