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Robert V. Rohli
Atmospheric Circulation Variability
Becker, S., M.L. Büker, C.J. Matyas, and R.V. Rohli, 2010: Assessing links between upper atmospheric vorticity patterns and directional changes in hurricane tracks. Theoretical and Applied Climatology DOI 10.1007/s00704-010-0269-8.
Clawson, E.L., S.A. Hribal, G. Piccinni, R.L. Hutchinson, R.V. Rohli, and D.L. Thomas, 2009: Weighing lysimeters for evapotranspiration research on clay soil. Agronomy Journal 101, 836-840.
Rohli, R.V., J.L. Wilkerson, and N.A. Vines, 2008: Hydroclimatological characteristics and atmospheric circulation anomalies associated with the Gulf of Mexico hypoxic zone. Physical Geography 29, 404-423.
Rohli, R.V. and K.-b. Liu, 2008: Citation of research in journals of interest to applied geographers. Applied Geography 28, 151-167.
Rohli, R.V. and A.J. Vega, 2008: Modern Climatology. Jones and Bartlett, Inc., in press.
Wrona, K.M. and R.V. Rohli, 2007: Seasonality of the northern hemisphere circumpolar vortex. International Journal of Climatology 27, 697-713.
Rohli, R.V., 2004-2008: Modeling and Measuring Tropospheric Ozone Mixing Ratios in Baton Rouge. Economic Development Assistantship, Louisiana State University.
Rohli, R.V., 2001-06: Forcing Mechanisms for High Tropospheric Ozone Concentrations in Louisiana. Louisiana Board of Regents Support Fund, Research Competitiveness Subprogram.
Rohli, R.V., 2001: Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Collaborative Research Effort. National Science Foundation EPSCoR/Louisiana Board of Regents Louisiana Expertise Exchange Program (LEEP).
Rohli, R.V., 1993-1995: Changes in the Frequency of Polar Air Masses over the Central Gulf Coast Associated with Atmospheric Teleconnections. NASA Graduate Fellowship / Grant in Global Change Research.
Physical Geography: The Atmosphere
Department of Geography and Anthropology
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