Terry J. Schuur

Research Scientist
University of Oklahoma
Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies

Mailing Address:
National Severe Storms Laboratory
National Weather Center
120 David L. Boren Blvd.
Norman, OK 73072

Phone Number: (405) 325-6629
E-mail:schuur@ou.edu or Terry.Schuur@noaa.gov


Welcome to my home page. I am a research meteorologist with the University of Oklahoma/Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (OU/CIMMS). My office is located at the University of Oklahoma research park (near Max Wesheimer airport) at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Severe Storms Laboratory (NOAA/NSSL), where I work with NSSL and CIMMS meteorologists, physicists, and engineers in the NSSL Radar Research and Development Division. Broadly, my research interests are radar meteorology, cloud physics, and atmospheric electricity (and a recent emphasis on understanding the effect of natural drop size distribution variability on polarimetric radar estimates of precipitation rate). These interests are described in more detail in the following pages.


Other Pages Background Journal and Conference Papers Research


Hurricane Bonnie

 

List of NSSL Reports Focused on Possible Upgrades to the WSR-88D Radars(June 30, 2004)



KOUN Polarimetric Radar Data and Products
  • Z, ZDR, PhiDP, KDP, RhoHV, and HCA
  • One Hour and Three Hour Rainfall Accumulation
  • Storm Total Rainfall Accumulation

  • Thunderstorm Elexctrification and Lightning Experiment (TELEX)

  • TELEX Home Page

  • Joint Polarization Experiment (JPOLE)

  • JPOLE Home Page
  • Polarimetric Radar FAQ Page
  • Polarimetric Radar Case Study Page
  • Spring 2003 - JPOLE Operational Demonstration

  • NSSL 2D-Video-Disdrometer

    The NSSL 2D-Video-Disdrometer Page
    NSSL 2D-Video-Disdrometer Data Archive
    NSSL site          1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001
    Mesonet site      2001 | 2002
    NSSL pit site     2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006


    MCS Electrification and Polarimetric Radar Study (MEaPRS)

    MEaPRS Home Page
    MEaPRS Operations Plan

    My other links