Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder

Eric James

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  • Jones T; Ahmadov R; James E. (Dec 2022). Assimilation of Aerosol Optical Depth Into the Warn?on?Forecast System for Smoke (WoFS?Smoke). Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres , 127(24). 10.1029/2022jd037454
  • Thapa LH; Ye X; Hair JW; Fenn MA; Shingler T; Kondragunta S; Ichoku C; Dominguez R; Ellison L; Soja AJ. (Oct 2022). Heat flux assumptions contribute to overestimation of wildfire smoke injection into the free troposphere. , 3(1). 10.1038/s43247-022-00563-x
  • Benjamin SG; Smirnova TG; James EP; Anderson EJ; Fujisaki-Manome A; Kelley JGW; Mann GE; Gronewold AD; Chu P; Kelley SGT. (Sep 2022). Inland lake temperature initialization via coupled cycling with atmospheric data assimilation. Geoscientific Model Development , 15(17), 6659-6676. 10.5194/gmd-15-6659-2022
  • Marlier ME; Brenner K; Liu JC; Mickley LJ; Raby S; James E; Ahmadov R; Riden H. (Sep 2022). Exposure of agricultural workers in California to wildfire smoke under past and future climate conditions. Environmental Research Letters , 17(9). 10.1088/1748-9326/ac8c58
  • Rosenthal N; Benmarhnia T; Ahmadov R; James E; Marlier ME. (Aug 2022). Population co-exposure to extreme heat and wildfire smoke pollution in California during 2020. 10.1088/2752-5295/ac860e
  • Dowell DC; Alexander CR; James EP; Weygandt SS; Benjamin SG; Manikin GS; Blake BT; Brown JM; Olson JB; Hu M. (May 2022). The High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR): An Hourly Updating Convection-Allowing Forecast Model. Part 1: Motivation and System Description. Weather and Forecasting. 10.1175/waf-d-21-0151.1
  • James EP; Alexander CR; Dowell DC; Weygandt SS; Benjamin SG; Manikin GS; Brown JM; Olson JB; Hu M; Smirnova TG. (May 2022). The High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR): An Hourly Updating Convection-Allowing Forecast Model. Part 2: Forecast Performance. Weather and Forecasting. 10.1175/waf-d-21-0130.1
  • Weygandt SS; Benjamin SG; Hu M; Alexander CR; Smirnova TG; James EP. (May 2022). Radar Reflectivity-based Model Initialization using Specified Latent Heating (Radar-LHI) within a Diabatic Digital Filter or Pre-forecast Integration. Weather and Forecasting. 10.1175/waf-d-21-0142.1
  • Stockwell CE; Bela MM; Coggon MM; Gkatzelis GI; Wiggins E; Gargulinski EM; Shingler T; Fenn M; Griffin D; Holmes CD. (May 2022). Airborne Emission Rate Measurements Validate Remote Sensing Observations and Emission Inventories of Western U.S. Wildfires. Environmental Science and Technology (Washington). 10.1021/acs.est.1c07121
  • Jones T; Ahmadov R; James E; Pereira G; Freitas S; Grell G. (Apr 2022). Prototype of a Warn-on-Forecast System for Smoke (WoFS-Smoke). Weather and Forecasting. 10.1175/waf-d-21-0143.1
  • Benjamin SG; Smirnova TG; James EP; Lin L-F; Hu M; Turner DD; He S. (Mar 2022). Land-snow data assimilation including a moderately coupled initialization method applied to NWP. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 10.1175/jhm-d-21-0198.1
  • Bela MM; Kille N; McKeen SA; Romero?Alvarez J; Ahmadov R; James E; Pereira G; Schmidt C; Pierce RB; ONeill SM. (Jan 2022). Quantifying Carbon Monoxide Emissions on the Scale of Large Wildfires. Geophysical Research Letters. 10.1029/2021gl095831
  • Fotini Katopodes Chow, K. A. Yu, A. Young, E. James, G. Grell, I. Csiszar, M. Tsidulko, S. Freitas, G. Pereira, L. Giglio, M. D. Friberg, R. Ahmadov. (Dec 2021). High-resolution smoke forecasting for the 2018 Camp Fire in California. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 10.1175/bams-d-20-0329.1
  • Hu J; Fierro AO; Wang Y; Gao J; Clark A; Jirak I; Mansell ER; Roberts B; James E; Hu M. (Oct 2021). Assessment of Storm?Scale Real Time Assimilation of GOES?16 GLM Lightning?Derived Water Vapor Mass on Short Term Precipitation Forecasts during the 2020 Spring Forecast Experiment. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 10.1029/2021jd034603
  • Overton CT; Lorenz AA; James EP; Ahmadov R; Eadie JM; McDuie F; Petrie MJ; Nicolai CA; Weaver ML; Skalos DA. (Oct 2021). Megafires and thick smoke portend big problems for migratory birds. Ecology. 10.1002/ecy.3552
  • Ye X; Arab P; Ahmadov R; James E; Grell GA; Pierce B; Kumar A; Makar P; Chen J; Davignon D. (Sep 2021). Evaluation and intercomparison of wildfire smoke forecasts from multiple modeling systems for the 2019 Williams Flats fire. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics , 21(18), 14427-14469. 10.5194/acp-21-14427-2021
  • Benjamin SG; James EP; Hu M; Alexander CR; Ladwig TT; Brown JM; Weygandt SS; Turner DD; Minnis P; Smith WL. (Jun 2021). Stratiform Cloud-Hydrometeor Assimilation for HRRR and RAP Model Short-Range Weather Prediction. Monthly Weather Review. 10.1175/mwr-d-20-0319.1
  • Fujisaki-Manome A; Mann GE; Anderson EJ; Chu PY; Fitzpatrick LE; Benjamin SG; James EP; Smirnova TG; Alexander CR; Wright DM. (Dec 2020). Improvements to Lake-Effect Snow Forecasts Using a One-Way Air-Lake Model Coupling Approach. Journal of Hydrometeorology , 21(12), 2813-2828. 10.1175/JHM-D-20-0079.1
  • James EP; Benjamin SG; Jisamon BD. (Nov 2020). Commercial-Aircraft-Based Observations for NWP: Global Coverage, Data Impacts, and COVID-19. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology , 59(11), 1809-1825. 10.1175/JAMC-D-20-0010.1
  • Albers S; Saleeby SM; Kreidenweis S; Bian Q; Xian P; Toth Z; Ahmadov R; James E; Miller SD. (Jun 2020). A fast visible-wavelength 3D radiative transfer model for numerical weather prediction visualization and forward modeling. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques , 13(6), 3235-3261. 10.5194/amt-13-3235-2020
  • Beck J; Brown J; Dudhia J; Gill D; Hertneky T; Klemp J; Wang W; Williams C; Hu M; James E. (Jun 2020). An Evaluation of a Hybrid, Terrain-Following Vertical Coordinate in the WRF-Based RAP and HRRR Models. Weather and Forecasting , 35(3), 1081-1096. 10.1175/WAF-D-19-0146.1
  • Hung W-T; Lu C-HS; Shrestha B; Lin H-C; Lin C-A; Grogan D; Hong J; Ahmadov R; James E; Joseph E. (Apr 2020). The impacts of transported wildfire smoke aerosols on surface air quality in New York State: A case study in summer 2018. Atmospheric Environment , 227. 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2020.117415
  • Banta, RM, YL Pichugina, WA Brewer, EP James, JB Olson, SG Benjamin, JR Carley, L Bianco, IV Djalalova, JM Wilczak, RM Hardesty, J Cline and MC Marquis. (Jun 2018). Evaluating and improving NWP forecast models for the fututre: How the Needs of Offshore Wind Energy Can Point the Way. BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY , 99(6). 10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0310.1
  • James, EP, SG Benjamin and M Marquis. (Apr 2018). Offshore wind speed estimates from a high-resolution rapidly updating numerical weather prediction model forecast dataset. WIND ENERGY , 21(4). 10.1002/we.2161
  • Pichugina, YL, RM Banta, JB Olson, JR Carley, MC Marquis, WA Brewer, JM Wilczak, I Djalalova, L Bianco, EP James, SG Benjamin and J Cline. (Oct 2017). Assessment of NWP Forecast Models in Simulating Offshore Winds through the Lower Boundary Layer by Measurements from a Ship-Based Scanning Doppler Lidar. MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW , 145(10). 10.1175/MWR-D-16-0442.1
  • James, EP and SG Benjamin. (Aug 2017). Observation System Experiments with the Hourly Updating Rapid Refresh Model Using GSI Hybrid Ensemble-Variational Data Assimilation. MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW , 145(8). 10.1175/MWR-D-16-0398.1
  • James, EP, SG Benjamin and M Marquis. (Mar 2017). A unified high-resolution wind and solar dataset from a rapidly updating numerical weather prediction model. RENEWABLE ENERGY , 102. 10.1016/j.renene.2016.10.059
  • Benjamin, SG, SS Weygandt, JM Brown, M Hu, CR Alexander, TG Smirnova, JB Olson, EP James, DC Dowell, GA Grell, HD Lin, SE Peckham, TL Smith, WR Moninger, JS Kenyon and GS Manikin. (Apr 2016). A North American Hourly Assimilation and Model Forecast Cycle: The Rapid Refresh. MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW , 144(4). 10.1175/MWR-D-15-0242.1
  • James, EP and RH Johnson. (May 2010). A Climatology of Midlatitude Mesoscale Convective Vortices in the Rapid Update Cycle. MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW , 138(5). 10.1175/2009MWR3208.1
  • James, EP and RH Johnson. (Mar 2010). Patterns of Precipitation and Mesolow Evolution in Midlatitude Mesoscale Convective Vortices. MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW , 138(3). 10.1175/2009MWR3076.1