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2019

  • M. T. Montgomery, J. Persing, and R. K. SMITH, 2019, On the hypothesized outflow control of tropical cyclone intensification., Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., Early View,
  • R. K. Smith, M. T. Montgomery and S. Braun, 2019, Azimuthally averaged structure of Hurricane Edouard (2014) just after peak intensity, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 145, 211-216.
  • Steenkamp SC, Kilroy G, Smith RK, 2019, Tropical cyclogenesis at and near the Equator. , Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., Early View,

2018

  • Kilroy G, Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2018, The role of heating and cooling associated with ice processes on tropical cyclogenesis and intensification, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 144, 99-114.
  • M. T. Montgomery and R. K. Smith, 2018, Comments on: Revisiting the balanced and unbalanced aspects of tropical cyclone intensification, by J. Heng, Y. Wang and W. Zhou., J. Atmos. Sci., 75, 2491-2496.
  • R. K. Smith, M. T. Montgomery and H. Bui, 2018, Axisymmetric balance dynamics of tropical cyclone intensification and its breakdown revisited., J. Atmos. Sci., 75, 3169-3189.
  • R. K. Smith, and S. Wang, 2018, Axisymmetric balance dynamics of tropical cyclone intensification: Diabatic heating versus surface friction., Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 144, 2350-2357.
  • Smith RK, Montgomery MT, Kilroy G, 2018, The generation of kinetic energy in tropical cyclones revisited, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 144, 2481-2490.

2017

  • Kilroy G and Smith RK, 2017, The effects of initial vortex size on tropical cyclogenesis and intensification, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 143, 2832–2845.
  • Kilroy G, Montgomery MT and Smith RK, 2017, The role of boundary-layer friction on tropical cyclogenesis and intensification, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 143, 2524-2536.
  • Kilroy G, Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2017, A unified view of tropical cyclogenesis and intensification, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 143, 450-462.
  • Kilroy G, Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2017, Tropical low formation and intensification over land as seen in ECMWF analyses, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 143, 772-784.
  • Montgomery MT and Smith RK, 2017, On the applicability of linear, axisymmetric dynamics in intensifying and mature tropical cyclones., Fluids, 2 (4), 69.
  • Montgomery MT and Smith RK, 2017, Recent developments in the fluid dynamics of tropical cyclones, Annu. Rev. Fluid Mech., 49, 541-574.
  • Smith RK, J. A. Zhang and M. T. Montgomery, 2017, The dynamics of intensification in an HWRF simulation of Hurricane Earl (2010), Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 143, 293-308.

2016

  • Crnivec N and Smith RK, 2016, Mean radiosonde soundings for the Australian monsoon/cyclone season, Intern. J. Clim., 37, 66-78.
  • Crnivec N, Smith RK and Kilroy G, 2016, Dependence of tropical cyclone intensification rate on sea surface temperature. , Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 142, 1618-1627.
  • Kilroy G and Smith RK, 2016, A numerical study of deep convection in tropical cyclones, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 142, 3138-3151.
  • Kilroy G, Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2016, Why do model tropical cyclones grow progressively in size and decay in intensity after reaching maturity?, J. Atmos. Sci., 73, 487-503.
  • Kilroy G, Smith RK, Montgomery MT, Lynch B and Earl-Spurr C, 2016, A case study of a monsoon low that formed over the sea and intensified over land as seen in the ECMWF analyses, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 142, 2244-2255.
  • Schmidt CW and Smith RK, 2016, Southerly nocturnal bore generation over northeastern Australia, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 143, 395–407.
  • Schmidt CW and Smith RK, 2016, Tropical cyclone evolution in a minimal axisymmetric model revisited, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 142, 1505-1516.
  • Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2016, Comments on: Nonlinear response of a tropical cyclone vortex to prescribed eyewall heating with and without surface friction in TCM4: Implications for tropical cyclone intensification, by J. Heng and Y. Wang, J. Atmos. Sci., 73, 5101–5103.
  • Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2016, The efficiency of diabatic heating and tropical cyclone intensification, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 142, 2081-2086.
  • Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2016, Understanding hurricanes, Weather, 71, 219-223.
  • Tang S, Smith RK, Montgomery MT and Gu M, 2016, Numerical study of the spin up of a tropical low over land during the Australian monsoon, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 142, 2021-2032.

2015

  • Montgomery, M.T., J. Persing, and R.K. Smith, 2015, Putting to rest WISHE-ful misconceptions , J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 07,
  • Smith R.K. and M.J. Reeder, 2015, A review of research on the dry season mesoscale meteorology of northern Australia., Aust. Meteor. Ocean. Journl., (in press),
  • Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2015, Towards clarity on understanding tropical cyclone intensification, J. Atmos. Sci., 72, 3020-3031.
  • Smith, R.K. , G. Kilroy and M.T. Montgomery, 2015, Why do model tropical cyclones intensify more rapidly at low latitudes?, J. Atmos. Sci., 72, 1783-1804.
  • Smith, R.K., M.T. Montgomery, G. Kilroy, S. Tang, and S. Müller, 2015, Tropical low formation during the Australian monsoon: the events of January 2013, Aust. Meteor. Ocean. Journl., (in press),
  • Thomsen, G., R. K. Smith, and M. T. Montgomery, 2015, Tropical-cyclone flow asymmetries induced by a uniform flow revisited, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst., 07,

2014

  • Kilroy, G., R.K. Smith and U. Wissmeier, 2014, Tropical cyclone convection: the effects of ambient vertical and horizontal vorticity, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 140, 1756-1770.
  • Kilroy, G., and R.K. Smith, 2014, Tropical-cyclone convection: the effects of a vortex boundary layer wind profile on deep convection., Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 141, 714-726.
  • Montgomery, M.T. and R.K. Smith, 2014, Paradigms for tropical-cyclone intensification, Aust. Meteor. Ocean. Journl. (Bruce Morton Memorial Volume), 64, 37-66.
  • Montgomery, M.T., J.A. Zhang, and R.K. Smith, 2014, The low-level structure of rapidly intensifying and mature Hurricane Earl (2010)., Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 140, 2132-2146.
  • Montgomery, M.T., S.F. Abarca, R.K. Smith, C-C Wu, Y-H. Huang, 2014, Comments on 'How does the boundary layer contribute to eyewall replacement cycles in axisymmetric tropical cyclones?' by J. D. Kepert, J. Atmos. Sci., 71, 4682-4691.
  • Sanger, N.T., M.T. Montgomery, R.K. Smith, and M.M. Bell, 2014, An observational study of tropical cyclone spin-up in Supertyphoon Jangmi (2008) from 24 - 27 September., Mon. Wea. Rev., 142, 3-28.
  • Smith, R.K. and M.T. Montgomery, 2014, On the existence of the logarithmic surface layer in hurricanes., Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 140, 72-81.
  • Smith, R.K., M.T. Montgomery and G. Thomsen, 2014, Sensitivity of tropical cyclone models to the surface drag coefficient in different boundary-layer schemes, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 140, 792-804.
  • Smith, R.K., M.T. Montgomery, J. Persing, 2014, On steady state tropical cyclones, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 140, 2638-2146.
  • Thosmen, G.L., M.T. Montgomery and R.K. Smith, 2014, Sensitivity of tropical cyclone intensification to perturbations in the surface drag coefficient., Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 140, 407-415.
  • Zhang, L.A., M. T. Montgomery, F. D. Marks, and R. K. Smith, 2014, Comments on: Symmetric and asymmetric structures of hurricane boundary layer in coupled atmosphere-wave-ocean models and observations, J. Atmos. Sci., 71, 2782-7587.

2013

  • Kilroy, G. and R. K. Smith, 2013, A numerical study of rotating convection during tropical cyclogenesis., Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 139, 1255-1269.
  • Persing, J., M. T. Montgomery, J. McWilliams, and R. K. Smith, 2013, Asymmetric and axisymmetric dynamics of tropical cyclones., Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 13, 12249-12341.
  • Reeder, M. J., R. K. Smith, D. J. Low, J. Taylor, S. J. Arnup, L. Muir, and G. Thomsen, 2013, Diurnal-Forced Convergence Lines in the Australian Tropics, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 139, 1283-1297.
  • Smith, R.K. and M.T. Montgomery, 2013, How important is the isothermal expansion effect to elevating equivalent potential temperature in the hurricane inner-core?, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 138, 1-5.

2012

  • Montgomery, M. T., and R. K. Smith, 2012, The genesis of Typhoon Nuri as observed during the Tropical Cyclone Structure 2008 (TCS08) field experiment. Part 2: Observations of the convective environment, Atmos. Chem. Phys. , 12, 4001-4009.
  • Montgomery, M. T., C. Davis, T. Dunkerton, Z. Wang, C Velden, R. Torn, S. Majumdar, F. Zhang, R. K. Smith, L. Bosart, M. Bell, J. Haase, M. A. Boothe, 2012, The Pre-Depression Investigation of Cloud Systems in the Tropics (PREDICT) Experiment: Scientific Basis and Some First Results, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 93, 153-172.
  • Smith, R. K., and M. T. Montgomery, 2012, Observations of the convective environment in developing and non-developing tropical disturbances, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 138, 1721-1739.

2011

  • Nguyen, C. M., M. J. Reeder, N. E. Davidson, R. K. Smith, and M. T. Montgomery,, 2011, Inner-core vacillation cycles during the rapid intensification of Hurricane Katrina, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 137, 829-844.
  • Smith R. K., and T. Spengler, 2011, The dynamics of heat lows over elevated terrain, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 137, 250-263.
  • Smith, R. K., M. T. Montgomery, and C. Schmidt, 2011, Dynamical constraints on the intensity and size of tropical cyclones, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 137, 1841-1855.
  • Wissmeier, U., and R. K. Smith, 2011, Tropical-cyclone convection: the effects of ambient vertical vorticity, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 137, 845-857.

2010

  • Montgomery, M. T., R. K. Smith, and S. V. Nguyen, 2010, Sensitivity of tropical cyclone models to the surface exchange coefficients , Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 136, 1945-1953.
  • Montgomery, M. T., and R. K. Smith, 2010, Tropical-cyclone formation: Theory and idealized modelling. Report for the Seventh International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones, La Réunion, Nov. 2010, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, Switzerland,
  • Schmidt CW and Goler RA, 2010, Nonlinear Waves ahead of Fronts in the Great Australian Bight, Mon. Wea. Rev., 138, 3474-3497.
  • Smith, R. K. and M. T. Montgomery, 2010, Hurricane boundary-layer theory, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 136, 1665-1670.
  • Thomsen, G. L. and R. K. Smith, 2010, Darwin’s second sea breeze.Darwin’s second sea breeze, Aust. Meteor. and Ocean. Journl., 60, 25-36.
  • Wissmeier, U., R. K. Smith, and R. Goler,, 2010, The formation of a multicell thunderstorm behind a sea breeze front, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 136, 2176-2188.

2009

  • Bui, H. H., R. K. Smith, M. T. Montgomery, and J. Peng,, 2009, Balanced and unbalanced aspects of tropical-cyclone intensification, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 135, 1715-1731.
  • Montgomery, M. T. and R. K. Smith, 2009, On an analytical model for the rapid intensification of tropical cyclones, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 136, 549-551.
  • Montgomery, M. T., S. V. Nguyen, R. K. Smith and J. Persing,, 2009, Is WISHE essential for tropical cyclone intensification?, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 135, 1697-1714.
  • Nudelman, I., R. K. Smith, and M. J. Reeder,, 2009, A climatology of pressure jumps around the Gulf of Carpentaria, Aust. Meteor. and Ocean. Journl., 60, 91-101.
  • Smith, R. K. and G. L. Thomsen, 2009, Dependence of tropical-cyclone intensification on the boundary layer representation in a numerical model, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc. , 136, 1671-1685.
  • Smith, R. K., M. T. Montgomery, and S. V. Nguyen,, 2009, Tropical cyclone spin-up revisited, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 135, 1321-1335.
  • Thomsen, G. L., M. J. Reeder, and R. K. Smith, 2009, The diurnal evolution of cold fronts in the Australian subtropics, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 135, 395-411.
  • Vogl, S. and R. K. Smith, 2009, Limitations of a linear model for the hurricane boundary layer, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 135, 839-850.

2008

  • Nguyen, S. V., R. K. Smith and M. T. Montgomery,, 2008, Tropical-cyclone intensification and predictability in three dimensions, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 134, 563-582.
  • Shin, S. and R. K. Smith, 2008, Tropical-cyclone intensification and predictability in a minimal three dimensional model, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 134, 1661-1671.
  • Smith R. K. and S. Vogl, 2008, A simple model of the hurricane boundary layer revisited, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 134, 337-351.
  • Smith R. K., M. T. Montgomery, and S. Vogl, 2008, A critique of Emanuel's hurricane model and potential intensity theory, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 134, 551-561.
  • Smith R. K., and M. T. Montgomery, 2008, Balanced depth-averaged boundary layers used in hurricane models, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 134, 1385-1395.
  • Spengler, T. and R. K. Smith , 2008, The dynamics of heat lows over flat terrain, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., 134, 2157-2172.

2007

  • Smith, R. K., 2007, A balanced axisymmetric vortex in a compressible atmosphere: corrigendum and addendum, Tellus, 59A, 785-786.
  • Thomsen, G. L., and R. K. Smith, 2007, The importance of the boundary layer parameterization in the prediction of low-level convergence lines., Monthly Weather Review, in print,
  • Weinzierl, B., R. K. Smith, M. J. Reeder, and G. Jackson, 2007, MesoLAPS predictions of low-level convergence lines over northeastern Australia, Wea. Forecasting, 22, 910-927.

2006

  • Goler, R., M. J. Reeder, R. K. Smith, H. Richter, S. Arnup, T. Keenan, P. May, and J. Hacker, 2006, Low-level convergence lines over northeastern Australia. I. The North Australian Cloud Line, Monthly Weather Review, 134, 3092-3108.
  • Smith, R. K., M. J. Reeder,  H. Richter, and P. May, 2006, Low-level convergence lines over northeastern Australia. I. Southerly disturbances, Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 3109-3124.
  • Smith, R. K., M. J. Reeder, H. Richter, and P. May, 2006, Low-level convergence lines over northeastern Australia. I. Southerly disturbances, Monthly Weather Review, 134, 3109-3124.
  • Smith, R. K., 2006, Accurate determination of a balanced axisymmetric vortex, Tellus, 58A, 98-103.
  • Smith, R. K., 2006, Hurricane force, Physics World, 19, 32-37.
  • Thomsen, G., and R. K. Smith, 2006, Simulations of low-level convergence lines over northeastern Australia, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 132, 691-70.

2005

  • Müller, J. D., and L. J. Shapiro, 2005, Influences of asymmetric heating on hurricane evolution in the MM5, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 62, 3974-3992.
  • Shapiro, L. J., and J. D. Müller, 2005, Influence of atmospheric asymmetries on the intensification of GFDL model forecast hurricanes, Monthly Weather Review, 133, 2860-2875.
  • Shin, S., R. K. SMITH, and J. Callaghan, 2005, Severe Thunderstorms over northeastern Queensland on 19 January 2001: The influence of an upper-level trough on the convective destabilization of the atmosphere, Aust. Meteor. Mag., 54, 333-346.
  • Smith, R. K., M. T. Montgomery, and H. Zhu, 2005, Buoyancy in tropical cyclone and other rapidly rotating atmospheric vortices, Dyn. Atmos. Ocean, In press,
  • Smith, R. K., 2005, "Why must hurricanes have eyes?" revisited., Weather, In Press,
  • Smith, R. K., 2005, Accurate determination of a balanced axisymmetric vortex in a compressible atmosphere, Tellus, In Press,
  • Spengler, T., M. J. Reeder and R. K. Smith, 2005, The dynamics of heat lows in simple background flows, Quart. J. Roy Met. Soc., In Press,

2004

  • Goler, R. A., and M. J. Reeder, 2004, The generation of the morning glory, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 61, 1360-1376.
  • Jones, S. C., 2004, On the ability of dry tropical-cyclone-like vortices to withstand vertical shear, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 61, 114-119.
  • Jones, S., M. Röbcke, and Majewski, 2004, The extratropical transition of Hurricane Erin (2001): a potential vorticity perspective, Meteorologische Zeitschrift, 13, 511-526.
  • Zhu, H., W. Ulrich, and R. K. Smith, 2004, Ocean effects on tropical cyclone intensification and inner-core asymmetries., J. Atmos. Sci., 61, 12451258.

2003

  • Jones, S. C., P. A. Harr, J. Abraham, L. F. Bosart, P. J. Bowyer, J. L. Evans, D. E. Hanley, B. Hanstrum, R. E. Hart, F. Lalaurette, M. R. Sinclair, R. K. Smith, and C. D. Thorncroft, 2003, The extratropical transition of tropical cyclones: forecasting challenges, current understanding and future directions, Weather and Forecasting, in print.
  • Reichmann, Zs., and R. K. Smith, 2003, Terrain influences on the dynamics of heat lows, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, in print.
  • Shapiro, L. J., and J. D. Möller, 2003, Influence of atmospheric asymmetries on the intensification of Hurricane Opal: Piecewise PV inversion diagnosis of a GFDL model forecast, Mon. Wea. Rev., 131, 1637-1649.
  • Weber, H. C., 2003, Hurricane track prediction using a statistical ensemble of numerical models, Monthly Weather Review, in print.
  • Zhu, H. and R. K. Smith, 2003, Effects of vertical differencing in a minimal hurricane model, Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., in print.

2002

  • Müller, J. D., and L. J. Shapiro, 2002, Balanced contributions to the intensification of Hurricane Opal as diagnosed from a GFDL model forecast, Monthly Weather Review, 130, 1866-1881.
  • Nguyen, C. M., R. K. Smith, H. Zhu, and W. Ulrich, 2002, A minimal axisymmetric hurricane model, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 128, 2641-2661.
  • Preissler, M., M. J. Reeder and R. K. Smith,, 2002, A case study of a heat low over central Australia, Aust. Meteor. Mag., 51, 155-163.
  • Ulrich, W., R. K. Smith, and C. M. Nguyen, 2002, Comparison of an axisymmetric hurricane model with the corresponding slab-symmetric ITCZ model, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 128, 2335-2347.
  • Ulrich,W. , R.K. Smith and C.M. Nguyen, 2002, Comparison of an axisymmetric hurricane model with the corresponding slab-symmetric ITCZ model, Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., 128, 2335-2347.
  • Zhu, H. and R. K. Smith, 2002, The importance of three physical processes in a three-dimensional tropical cyclone model, J. Atmos. Sci., 59, 1825-1840.
  • Zhu, H., and R. K. Smith, 2002, The importance of three physical processes in a three-dimensional tropical cyclone model, Journal of Atmospheric Science, 59, 1825-1840.

2001

  • Smith, R. K., G. Garden, J. Molinari and B. R. Morton, 2001, Proceedings of an International Workshop on the Dynamics and Forecasting of Tropical Weather Systems, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 82, 2825-2829.
  • Weber, H. C., 2001, Hurricane track prediction with a new barotropic model, Monthly Weather Review, 129, 1834-1858.
  • Zhu, H., R. K. Smith, and W. Ulrich, 2001, A minimal three-dimensional tropical cyclone model, J. Atmos. Sci., 58, 1924-1944.

2000

  • Davidson, N. E., and H. C. Weber, 2000, The BMRC high-resolution tropical cyclone prediction system: TC-LAPS, Monthly Weather Review, 128, 1245-1265.
  • Jones, S. C., 2000, The evolution of vortices in vertical shear. II: Large-scale asymmetries, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 126, 3137-3159.
  • Jones, S. C., 2000, The evolution of vortices in vertical shear. III: Baroclinic vortices, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 126, 3161-3185.
  • Juckes, M. and R. K. Smith, 2000, Convective destabilization by tropical upper-level troughs, Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., 126, 11-123.
  • Peristeri, M., W. Ulrich and R. K. Smith, 2000, Genesis conditions for thunderstorm growth and the development of a squall line in the northern alpine foreland, Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 72, 251-260.
  • Reeder, M. J., R. K. Smith, R. Deslandes, N. J. Tapper and G. A. Mills, 2000, Subtropical fronts observed during the 1996 Central Australian Fronts Experiment, Aust. Meteor. Mag., 49, 181-200.
  • Reeder, M. J., R. K. Smith, R. Deslandes, N. J. Tapper, and G. A. Mills, 2000, Subtropical fronts observed during the 1996 Central Australian Fronts Experiment, Aust. Meteor. Mag., 49, 181-200.
  • Shapiro, L. J., 2000, Potential vorticity asymmetries and tropical cyclone evolution in a three-layer model, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 57, 3645-3662.
  • Smith, R. K., W. Ulrich and G. Sneddon, 2000, The dynamics of vortices in vertical shear flows, Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., 126, 2653-2670.
  • Smith, R. K., W. Ulrich, and G. Sneddon, 2000, The dynamics of hurricane-like vortices in vertical shear flows, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 126, 2653-2670.
  • Smith, R. K., 2000, The role of cumulus convection in hurricanes and its representation in hurricane models, Rev. Geophys., 38, 465-489.
  • Thorncroft, C. D., and S. C. Jones, 2000, The extratropical transitions of hurricanes Felix and Iris in 1995, Monthly Weather Review, 128, 947-972.
  • Weber, H. C., and R. K. Smith, 2000, A monsoon depression over northwestern Australia. Part III: Motion, Australian Meteorological Magazine, 49, 1-21.
  • Weber, H. C., 2000, A numerical study of tropical-cyclone structure. Quasi-stationary spiral bands, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 125, 811-836.
  • Weber, H. and R. K. Smith, 2000, A monsoon depression over northwestern Australia. Part III: Motion, Aust. Meteor. Mag., 49, 1-21.

1999

  • Montgomery, M. T., J. D. Möller and C. T. Nicklas, 1999, Linear and nonlinear vortex motion in an asymmetric balance shallow water model, J. Atmos. Sci., 56, 749-768.
  • Müller, J. D., and M. T. Montgomery, 1999, Vortex Rossby waves and hurricane intensification in a barotropic model, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 56, 1674-1687.
  • Rácz, Zs., and R. K. Smith, 1999, The dynamics of heat lows, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 125, 225-252.
  • Shapiro, L. J., and J. L. Franklin, 1999, Potential vorticity asymmetries and tropical cyclone motion, Mon. Wea. Rev., 127, 124-131.

1998

  • Callaghan, J. and R. K. Smith, 1998, The relationship between maximum surface wind speeds and central pressure in tropical cyclones, Aust. Met. Mag., 47, 191-202.
  • Callaghan, J. and R. K. Smith, 1998, The relationship between maximum surface wind speeds and central pressure in tropical cyclones, Australian Meteorological Magazine, 47, 191-202.
  • Dengler K., and R. K. Smith, 1998, A monsoon depression over northwestern Australia. Part II: A numerical model study, Aust. Met. Mag., 47, 135-144.
  • Hell, R. M. and R. K. Smith, 1998, A monsoon depression over northwestern Australia. Part I: A case study, Aust. Met. Mag., 47, 21-40.
  • K. Dengler and R. K. SMITH, 1998, A monsoon depression over northwestern Australia. Part II: A numerical model study, Aust. Met. Mag., 47, 135-144.
  • Müller, J. D., and S. C. Jones, 1998, Potential vorticity inversion for tropical cyclones using the asymmetric balance theory, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 55, 259-282.
  • Reeder, M. J. and R. K. Smith, 1998, Mesoscale meteorology in the Southern Hemisphere. Chapter 5 of Meteorology of the Southern Hemisphere. Ed. D. J. Karoly and D. Vincent, American Meteorological Society Monograph, No. 49, 201-241.
  • Reeder, M. J. and R. K. Smith, 1998, Mesoscale meteorology in the Southern Hemisphere. Chapter 5 of Meteorology of the Southern Hemisphere, Ed. D. J. Karoly and D. Vincent. American Meteorological Society Monograph, 49, 201-241.
  • Shapiro, L. J., and S. B. Goldenberg, 1998, Atlantic sea surface temperatures and hurricane formation, Journal of Climate, 11, 578-590.
  • Smith, R. K. and J. A. Noonan, 1998, On the generation of low-level mesoscale convergence lines over northeastern Australia, Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 167-185.
  • Smith, R. K., and A. Glatz, 1998, The detection of hurricaneasymmetries from aircraft reconnaissance flight data: some simulation experiments, Quart. J. Roy. Met. Soc., 124, 2715-2728.