Student - Mentor Collaborative Publications
(undergraduate student authors are identified with * and bold text)

Brown, M.E., T.M. Curtin, *C.J. Gallagher, and J.D. Halfman, 2012: Historic nutrient loading and recent species invasions cause shifts in water quality and zooplankton demography in two Finger Lakes (New York, USA). J. Paleolimnol., 48, 623-639.

*Capute, P. K., *J. O. Piersante, N. D. Metz, E. G. Hoffman, 2017: Temporal and Spatial Frequency of Warm-Season Stationary Fronts in the Eastern and Central United States. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., submitted.

Cordeira, J.M., N.D. Metz, *M.E. Howarth, T.J. Galarneau Jr., 2017: Multiscale upstream and in-situ precursors to the elevated mixed layer and high-impact weather over the Midwest U.S. Wea. Forecasting, 32, 905-923.

Cordeira, J.M., *M.M. Neureuter, and *L.D. Kelleher, 2018: Atmospheric Rivers and National Weather Service Watches, Warnings, and Advisories Issued Over California 2007-2016. J. Oper. Meteor., 6.

*Cordeira, J.M. and N.F. Laird, 2008: The influence of ice cover on two lake-effect snow events over Lake Erie. Mon. Wea. Rev., 136, 2747-2763.

*Crossett C.C., and N.D. Metz, 2017: A climatological study of extreme cold surges along the African Highlands. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 56, 1731-1738.

Curtin, T.M., *C.K. Morgan, *B. Petrick, *D. Lyons, *M.L. Crocker, *C.E. Rogers, and *A.P. Baker, 2008: Reconstructing periods of enhanced precipitation during the Late Glacial and Holocene in the Finger Lakes region, NY. Northeastern Geol. and Environ. Sci., 30, 277-288.

Curtin, T.M., D.B. Finkelstein, and *P. Gunn, 2014: Temporal variations in the stable isotopic composition of water and sediment in Seneca Lake, NY (USA). Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meeting Suppl. 94.

Curtin, T.M., *M.L. Crocker, and *G. Wheatley, 2017; under review, Magnetic fabrics preserved by post-glacial sediment in two New York Finger Lakes (USA) revealed evidence for deformation during coring and an erosional unconformity. J. Paleolimnol.

*Howarth, M.E. and N.F. Laird, 2017: Winter Wind Chill Temperatures across Canada and the United States, J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 56, 2951-2962.

Kelsey, E.P., C.-M. Briedé, K. O’Brien, *M. Cann, T. Padham, *L. Davis, and *A. Carne, 2015: Blown away: Interns experience science, research, and life on top of Mount Washington. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96, 1533-1543.

Laird, N.F., *R. Sobash, and *N. Hodas, 2009: The frequency and characteristics of lake-effect precipitation events associated with the New York State Finger Lakes. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 48, 873-886.

Laird, N.F., *J. Desrochers, and *M. Payer, 2009: Climatology of lake-effect precipitation events over Lake Champlain. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 48, 232-250.

Laird, N.F., *R. Sobash, and *N. Hodas, 2010: Climatological conditions of lake-effect precipitation events associated with the New York State Finger Lakes. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 49, 1052-1062.

Laird, N.F., *A.M. Bentley, *S.A. Ganetis, *A. Stieneke, and *S.A. Tushaus, 2016: Climatology of lake-effect precipitation events over Lake Tahoe and Pyramid Lake. J. Appl. Meteor. .Climatol., 55, 297-312.

Laird, N.F., N.D. Metz, *L. Gaudet, *C. Grasmick, *L. Higgins, *C. Loeser, and *D. Zelinsky, 2017: Climatology of lake-effect cloud bands for the North American Great Lakes, Int. J. Climatol., 37(4), 2111-2121.

Laird, N.F., *C. Lang, and *E. Jones, 2017: The contribution of lake-effect snow to winter snowfall in the Great Lakes Region. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., in preparation.

*Lang, C., *J. McDonald, *L. Gaudet, *D. Doeblin, *E.A. Jones, and N.F. Laird, 2018: The Influence of a Lake-to-Lake Connection from Lake Huron on the Lake-Effect Snowfall in the Vicinity of Lake Ontario. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 57, 1423-1439.

Metz, N.D., *Z. S. Bruick, *P. K. Capute, *E. W. Ott, *M. M. Neureuter, and *M. Sessa, 2019: A Climatology of Cold-Season Short-Wave Troughs in the Great Lakes Region and their Concurrence with Lake-Effect Clouds. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 58, 605-614.

Metz, N.D., *S. A. Callahan, *C. C. Crossett, *E. M. Morrill, and N. F. Laird, 2019: The impacts of the passage of three distinct short-wave troughs on a prolonged lake-effect event during OWLeS. Wea Forecasting, submitted.

*Payer, M., N.F. Laird, *R. Maliawco, and E. Hoffman, 2011: Surface Fronts, Troughs, and Baroclinic Zones in the Great Lakes Region. Wea. Forecasting, 26, 555-563.

*Williams, A.A. and N.F. Laird, 2018: Weather and eared grebe winter migration near the Great Salt Lake, Utah. Intern. J. Biometeor., 62, pp.433-447.