Perry, L. Baker

ASU

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Aerosol-Precipitation Interactions in the Southern Appalachian Mountains 2011 1885 Aerosols directly and indirectly influence the surface energy balance and therefore have an important impact on weather and climate. The indirect effects of aerosols, associated with changes in cloud properties and lifetimes, remain poorly understood...
Satellite Perspectives on the Spatial Extent of New Snowfall in the Southern Appalachian Mountains 2013 1106 The Southern Appalachian Mountains (SAM) are a heavily forested mid-latitude mountain region which provide an ideal location for assessing the suitability of satellite-derived snow maps and explicitly linking atmospheric circulation to the spatial pa...
Snowfall Event Characteristics from a High-Elevation Site in the Southern Appalachian Mountains 2013 797 Accurate assessment of snowfall patterns in high elevation remote areas is essential to providing the necessary boundary conditions for climatological analyses. The Southern Appalachian Mountain (SAM) region of the eastern U.S. provides a unique stud...
Winter Climate Variability In The Southern Appalachian Mountains, 1910-2017 2017 87 Recognized as an anomalous region regarding climate change, this study identifies long-term trends and variation of temperature and snowfall during climatological winter (DJF) from 1910 to 2017. The identification of several teleconnection patterns, ...
Identification Of A Regionally Coherent Subseasonal Signal Of Stable Isotopes In Tropical Andean Precipitation 2018 11 Limited observations and the lack of comprehensive understanding of the controls on the isotopic content of precipitation severely limit paleoclimate reconstructions in the outer tropical Andes. This study examines four years of daily observations of...