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    Ageostrophic Forcing in a Height Tendency Equation [1]
    An analysis of a long-lived MCV observed over the Southern Plains using Potential Vorticity diagnostics. [1]
    An Analysis of a Relatively Rare Case of Continental Blocking [1]
    Analysis of Weather Data Collected From Two Locations in a Small Urban Community [1]
    The Application of a Simple Method for the Verification of Weather Forecasts and Seasonal Variations in Forecast Accuracy [1]
    Assessment of the Impact of the Planetary Scale on the Decay of Blocking and the Use of Phase Diagrams and Enstrophy as a Diagnostic [2]
    Calculated Height Tendencies in Two Southern Hemisphere Blocking and Cyclone Events: The Contribution of Diabatic Heating to Block Intensification [1]
    Climatological Features of blocking anticyclones in the Northern Hemisphere [1]
    Climatological features of blocking anticyclones: a study of Northern Hemisphere CCM1 model blocking events in present-day and double CO2 concentration atmospheres [1]
    The Climatology of Blocking Anticyclones for the Northern and Southern Hemispheres: Block Intensity as a Diagnostic [1]
    A Climatology of Northern Hemisphere Blocking [1]
    A Climatology of Northwest Missouri Snowfall Events: Long Term Trends and Interannual Variability. [1]
    The Columbia, Missouri, Heat Island Experiment (COHIX) and the Influence of a Small City on the Local Climatology [1]
    A comparison of two cases of low-latitude thundersnow [1]
    Determining the Spring to Summer Transition in the Missouri Ozarks Using Synoptic Scale Atmospheric Data [1]
    The diagnosis of a pre-blocking explosively-developing extratropical cyclone system [1]
    A Diagnosis of the development of a Winter Anticyclone over North America [1]
    A Diagnosis of the Explosive Development of Two Extratropical Cyclones [1]
    A Diagnosis of Two Blocking Events That Occurred Simultaneously in the Midlatitude Northern Hemisphere [1]
    Dynamics of Eddy-Driven Low-Frequency Dipole Modes. Part I: A Simple Model of North Atlantic Oscillations [1]