Jason C. Brunner



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1. Brunner, J.; Pierce, R. B. and Lenzen, A. Development and validation of satellite-based estimates of surface visibility. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques, Volume 9, Issue 2, 2016, pp.409-422. Reprint # 7584.
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2. Dworak, Richard; Bedka, Kristopher; Brunner, Jason and Feltz, Wayne. Comparison between GOES-12 overshooting-top detections, WSR-88D radar reflectivity, and severe storm reports. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 27, Issue 3, 2012, 684–699. Reprint # 6737.
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3. Bedka, Kristopher M.; Dworak, Richard; Brunner, Jason and Feltz, Wayne. Validation of satellite-based objective overshooting cloud-top detection methods using CloudSat profiling radar observations. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 51, Issue 10, 2012, pp.1811-1822. Reprint # 6852.
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4. Bedka, Kristopher; Brunner, Jason; Dworak, Richard; Feltz, Wayne; Otkin, Jason and Greenwald, Thomas. Objective satellite-based detection of overshooting tops using infrared window channel brightness temperature gradients. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 49, Issue 2, 2010, pp.181-202. Reprint # 6245.
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5. Brunner, Jason C.; Ackerman, Steven A.; Bachmeier, A. Scott and Rabin, Robert M. A quantitative analysis of the enhanced-V feature in relation to severe weather. Weather and Forecasting, Volume 22, Issue 4, 2007, pp.839-852. Reprint # 5425.
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6. Rabin, Robert M.; Corfidi, Stephen F.; Brunner, Jason C. and Hame, Carl E. Detecting winds aloft from water vapour satellite imagery in the vicinity of storms. Weather, Volume 59, Issue 9, 2004, pp.251-257. Reprint # 4457.