CONFERENCE PREPRINTS

-Neuherz, Richard A., Douglas C. Hoehler, Neil A. Stuart, Kermit Keeter, Joseph Pelissier, Jan Price, Michael D. Vescio, Leonard J. Pietrafesa, Gerald S. Janowitz, 1993: The Use of a Hydrodynamic Model for Forecasting Flooding Around the North Carolina Sounds. Preprints, Thirteenth Conference on Weather and Forecasting, Vienna, Virginia, American Meteorological Society, 13, 443-447.

-Stuart, Neil A., 1996: The Wakefield, Virginia WSR-88D Depiction of Mesolows Associated with Two Severe Squall Lines in Virginia and North Carolina. Preprints, Fifteenth Conference on Weather and Forecasting, Norfolk, Virginia, American Meteorological Society, 15, 378-382.

-Stuart, Neil A., and Hugh D. Cobb, 1997: An Assessment of the Performance of the WSR-88D Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm During Tropical Storm Bertha -12-13 July 1996. Preprints, 22nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Fort Collins, Colorado, American Meteorological Society, 22, 672-674.

-Stuart, Neil A., Hugh D. Cobb and Gregory J. Stumpf, 1997: A Comparison of the Storm-Scale Vortex Detection Capability, Between the WSR-88D Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm and the National Severe Storms Laboratory Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm During Tropical Storm Bertha. Preprints, 28thConference on Radar Meteorology, Austin, Texas, American Meteorological Society, 28, 361-363.

-Stuart, Neil A., Hugh D. Cobb, Wayne F. Albright, A. Todd Anderson, and James Browder, 1998:  Correlating Thunderstorm Lightning Patterns with WSR-88D Signatures and Resultant Benefits for Utility Companies:  A Preliminary Investigation of the Hampton Roads "Hot Spot".  Preprints, 19th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Minneapolis, Minnesota, American Meteorological Society, 19, 424-427.

-Cobb, Hugh D., and Neil A. Stuart, 1998:  Characteristics of Tornadic Mesocyclones Associated with Tropical Cyclones in the Middle Atlantic Region as a Guide to Developing a Strategy for Warning Decision Using the WSR-88D.  Preprints, 19th Conference on Severe Local Storms, Minneapolis, Minnesota, American Meteorological Society, 19, 124-127.

-Neuherz, Richard A., Douglas C. Hoelher, Neil A. Stuart, Kermit Keeter, Joseph Pelissier, Jan Price, Michael D. Vescio, Leonard J. Pietrafesa, Gerald S. Janowitz, 1993: Use of a Hydrodynamic Model as Guidance for Forecasting Flooding Around the North Carolina Sounds. National Weather Association Eighteenth Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina, National Weather Association, 46.

-Stuart, Neil A. and Michael D. Vescio, 1993: Synoptic and Mesoscale Features Leading to the 10 March, 1992 Charlotte, North Carolina Tornado: A Low-top Weak-reflectivity Severe Weather Event. National Weather Association Eighteenth Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina, National Weather Association, 48.

-Stuart, Neil A., 1995: WSR-88D Depiction of a Split Cell Thunderstorm in Southern Virginia. Training Symposium for Operational Forecasters in the Carolinas and Virginia.

-Stuart, Neil A., 1995: An Assessment of the Performance of the Wakefield, Virginia WSR-88D During Convective Flooding in Northern Virginia. Training Symposium for Operational Forecasters in the Carolinas and Virginia.

-Stuart, Neil A., 1995: The Wakefield WSR-88D Depiction of Mesolows Associated with Two Severe Squall Events in Virginia and North Carolina. Training Symposium for Operational Forecasters in the Carolinas and Virginia.

-Stuart, Neil A., 1996: Why did the Wakefield, Virginia WSR-88D Significantly Underestimate Rainfall During the Convective Flooding Event of August 11, 1994 in Northern Virginia? Dept. of Commerce, NOAA, National Weather Service, Fifth National Heavy Precipitation Workshop, 73.

-Stuart, Neil A., and Hugh D. Cobb, 1997: An Assessment of the Performance of the WSR-88D Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm During Tropical Storm Bertha, 12-13 July 1996. NEXRAD/OSF Tropical Weather Workshop, TC Mesocyclones and Tornadoes, 1.

-Attended and presented a poster at The National Weather Association Eighteenth Annual Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina (12/93).

*Poster - Synoptic and Mesoscale Features Leading to the 10 March, 1992 Charlotte, North Carolina Tornado: A Low-top Weak-reflectivity Severe Weather Event.

-Attended and gave three oral presentations at the Training Symposium for Operational Meteorologists in the Carolinas and Virginia, which took place in Raleigh, NC (11/95). Wrote meeting summary, which was published in the 12/96 issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. Attended all oral and poster presentations, including special demonstrations and concentrated workshops.

*Oral Presentation - WSR-88D Depiction of a Split Cell Thunderstorm in Southern Virginia.

*Oral Presentation - An Assessment of the Performance of the Wakefield, Virginia WSR-88D During Convective Flooding in Northern Virginia.

*Oral Presentation - The Wakefield WSR-88D Depiction of Mesolows Associated with Two Severe Squall Events in Virginia and North Carolina.

-Attended and gave an oral presentation at the 15th Conference on Weather Analysis and Forecasting, which took place in Norfolk, VA (8/96). Attended numerous oral and poster presentations.

*Oral Presentation - The Wakefield, Virginia WSR-88D Depiction of Mesolows Associated with Two Severe Squall Lines in Virginia and North Carolina.

-Attended and gave oral presentation at the 5th National Heavy Precipitation Workshop, which took place at State College, PA (9/96). Attended all oral and poster presentations as well as all concentrated workshops. I brought back valuable information to our office and wrote a summary of the workshop.

*Oral Presentation - Why did the Wakefield, Virginia WSR-88D Significantly Underestimate Rainfall During the Convective Flooding Event of August 11, 1994 in Northern Virginia?

-Attended and gave oral presentation at the NEXRAD/OSF Tropical Weather Workshop, which took place in Norman, OK (1/97). Attended all oral presentations and concentrated workshops.

*Oral Presentation - An Assessment of the Performance of the WSR-88D Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm During Tropical Storm Bertha, 12-13 July 1996.

-Accepted for oral presentation at the 22nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, but could not attend due to NWS budget constraints (5/97).

*Topic for Oral Presentation - An Assessment of the Performance of the WSR-88D Mesocyclone Detection Algorithm During Tropical Storm Bertha - 12-13 July 1996.

-Attended and gave oral presentation at the National Hurricane Conference, which took place in Norfolk, VA (4/98).

*Oral Presentation - Co-presented with Hugh Cobb - Radar Characteristics of Danny '97 During Regeneration over Northeastern North Carolina and Southeastern Virginia

Attended and gave oral presentation at the 19th Conference on Severe Local Storms, which took place in Minneapolis, Minnesota (9/98).

*Oral Presentation - Correlating Thunderstorm Lightning Patterns with WSR-88D Signatures and Resultant Benefits for Utility Companies:  A Preliminary Investigation of the Hampton Roads "Hot Spot".

Attended the 79th annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society, which took place in Dallas, Texas.  I attended presentations from numerous different conferences (1/99).

*Attended and participated in the meeting for the Board of Operational Government Meteorologists.