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2021

  • Kilroy G, 2021, Evolution of Convective Characteristics During Tropical Cyclogenesis., Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 147, 2103-2123.
  • Montgomery MT, Kilroy G, Smith RK, and Črnivec N, 2021, Contribution of mean and eddy momentum processes to tropical cyclone intensification., Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc. , 146, 3101-3117.
  • Smith RK, Kilroy G, Montgomery MT, 2021, Comments on: How much does the upward advection of supergradient component of boundary-layer wind contribute to tropical cyclone intensification and maximum intensity?, J. Atmos. Sci., 77(12), 4377-4378.
  • Smith RK, Kilroy G, and Montgomery MT, 2021, Tropical cyclone life cycle in a three-dimensional numerical simulation., Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 147, 3373-3393.

2020

  • Kilroy G, Smith RK and Montgomery MT, 2020, An idealized numerical study of tropical cyclogenesis and evolution at the Equator, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 146, 685-699.
  • Tang B, Fang J, Bentley A, Kilroy G, Nakano M, Park MS, Rajasree VPM, Wang Z, Wing A, Wu L, 2020, Recent Advances in Research on Tropical Cyclogenesis., Tropical Cyclone Research and Review, 9, 87-105.
  • Zhu H and R. K. Smith, 2020, A case study of a tropical low over northern Australia., Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., Early View,

2019

  • M. T. Montgomery and R. K. Smith, 2019, Towards understanding the dynamics of spin up in Emanuel's tropical cyclone model., J. Atmos. Sci., 76, 3089-3093.
  • M. T. Montgomery, J. Persing, and R. K. Smith, 2019, On the hypothesized outflow control of tropical cyclone intensification., Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 145, 1309-1322.
  • Persing J, M. T. Montgomery, R. K. Smith and J. C. Williams, 2019, Quasi steady-state hurricanes revisited., Trop. Cycl. Res. Rev., 8, 1-17.
  • 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.
  • Raymond D, and Kilroy G, 2019, Control of Convection in High-Resolution Simulations of Tropical Cyclogenesis, J. Adv. Model. Earth Syst.,, 11, 685-699.
  • Steenkamp SC, Kilroy G, Smith RK, 2019, Tropical cyclogenesis at and near the Equator. , Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 145, 1846-1864.
  • Wang S and R. K. Smith, 2019, Consequences of regularizing the Sawyer-Eliassen equation in balance models for tropical cyclone behaviour., Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 145, 3766-3779.

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.