Peer-reviewed Journal Publications

J34. NW Cherukuru, R Calhoun, M Lehner, Hoch S, CD Whiteman; “Instrument configuration for dual-Doppler lidar coplanar scans: METCRAX II,” J. Appl. Remote Sens., 9(1), 096090 (2015). doi:10.1117/1.JRS.9.096090.

J33. RJ Barthelmie; P Crippa; H Wang; CM Smith; R Krishnamurthy; A Choukulkar; R Calhoun; D Valyou; P Marzocca; D Matthiesen; G Brown; SC Pryor (2013): “3D wind and turbulence characteristics of the atmospheric boundary-layer” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (Accepted).

J32. Krishnamurthy, R., R Calhoun, B Billings, J Doyle (2013): “Mesoscale model Evaluation with Coherent Doppler Lidar for Wind Farm Assessment“, Remote Sensing Letters, 4: 6, Pg 579-588.

J31. Froidevaux, Martin, Chad W. Higgins, Valentin Simeonov, Pablo Ristori, Eric Pardyjak, Ilya Serikov, Ronald Calhoun, and Marc B. Parlange. “A Raman lidar to measure water vapor in the atmospheric boundary layer.Advances in Water Resources (2012).

J30. Choukulkar, A., Calhoun, R., Billings, B., and Doyle, J., (2012), Investigation of a complex nocturnal flow in Owens valley, Californai using coherent Doppler lidar. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. DOI: 10.1007/s10546-012-9729-2

J29. Choukulkar, A., Calhoun, R., Billings, B., and Doyle, J., (2012), A Modified Optimal Interpolation Technique for Vector Retrieval for Coherent Doppler Lidar. IEEE GeoScience and remote sensing letters.

J28. Krishnamurthy, R., Choukulkar, A., Calhoun, R., Fine, J., Oliver, A. and Barr, K. (2012), Coherent Doppler lidar for wind farm characterization. Wind Energy. doi: 10.1002/we.539

J27.  E. Patton, T. Horst, D. Lenschow, P. Sullivan, S. Oncley, S. Burns, A. Guenther, A. Held, T. Karl, S. Mayor, L. Rizzo, S. Spuler, J. Sun, A. Turnipseed, E. Allwine, S. Edburg, B. Lamb, R. Avissar, H. Holder, R. Calhoun, J. Kleissl, W. Massman, and K. Tha Paw U:  “The Canopy Horizontal Array Turbulence Study (CHATS)”, accepted to Bulletin of Atmospheric Meteorology.

J26.  S. Kongara, R.Calhoun, A. Choukulkar, and M. Boldi; 2011: “Velocity retrieval for coherent Doppler lidar”, International Journal of Remote Sensing, In Press.

J25.  R. Krishnamurthy, R. Calhoun, B. Billings, and J. Doyle, 2011: “Wind Turbulence Estimates in a Valley by Coherent Doppler Lidar”, Meteorological Applications18: 361–371. doi: 10.1002/met.263.

J24.  Zajic, D., H. Fernando, R. Calhoun, M. Princevac, M. J. Brown, E. R. Pardyjak, 2011: Flow and Turbulence in an Urban Canyon. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol.50, 203–223.

J23.  A. Choukulkar, R. Calhoun, H.J.S. Fernando, 2010:  “The use of lidar-detected smoke puff evolution for dispersion calculations”, Meteorological Applications, DOI: 10.1002/met.228.

J22. R. Krishnamurthy, R. Calhoun, and H. Fernando, 2010:  “Large Eddy Simulation-Based Retrieval of Dissipation from Coherent Doppler lidar data, Boundary Layer Meteorology, 136, 1, 45-57.

J21.  Retallack, C., Calhoun, R., Fernando, H., Rayner, K., Stuart, A., Sutton, J. and Hibberd, M. 2009:  Flow and pollution transport during Wagerup 2006: a case study, Meteorol. Appl., Published Online, Royal Meteorological Society.

J20.   M. Hill, R. Calhoun, H. Fernando, A. Wieser, A. Dörnbrack, M. Weissmann, G. Mayr, and R. Newsom, 2009:  “Coplanar Doppler Lidar Retrieval of Rotors from T-REX”, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 67, 3, 713–729.

J19.  S. Drechsel,, M. Chong, G. Mayr, M. Weissmann, R. Calhoun, and A. Dörnbrack, 2009:  “Three-dimensional wind retrieval: application of MUSCAT to dual Doppler lidar”, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 26,3, 635-646.

J18.  S. Krishnamurthy, A. Yadav, P. Phelan, R. Calhoun, A. Vuppu, A. Garcia, M. Hayes, 2008:  “Dynamics of rotating paramagnetic particle chains simulated by particle dynamics, Stokesian dynamics and lattice Boltzmann methods, Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 5, 33-41.

J17.  Q. Xia, C. Lin, R. Calhoun, R. Newsom, 2008:  “Retrieval of urban boundary layer structures from Doppler lidar data. Part I:  Accuracy assessment”, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 65, 1, 3-20.

J16.  C. Lin, Q. Xia, R. Calhoun, 2008:  “Retrieval of urban boundary layer structures from Doppler lidar data. Part II:  Proper orthogonal decomposition”, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 65, 1, 21-42.

J15. R.Newsom., R. Calhoun, D. Ligon, J. Allwine, 2008:  “Linearly organized turbulence structures observed over a suburban area by dual-Doppler lidar”, Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 127, 1, 111-130.

J14.  R. Calhoun, R. Heap, M. Princevac, R. Newsom, H. Fernando, and D. Ligon, 2006:  “Virtual towers using coherent Doppler lidar during the Joint Urban 2003 Experiment”, Journal of Applied Meteorology, 45, 1116-1126.

J13.  Y. Wang, C. Klipp, C. Williamson, D. Garvey, D. Ligon, Y. Yee, S. Chang, R. Newsom, and R. Calhoun, 2007:  “Nocturnal Low-Level Jet Dominated Atmospheric Boundary Layer Observed by a Doppler Lidar over Oklahoma City during JU2003”, Journal of Applied Meteorology, 46,12, 2098-2109.           

J12.  A. Yadav, R. Calhoun, P. Phelan, A. Vuppu, A. Garcia, and M. Hayes, 2006:  “Dynamics of Rotating Paramagnetic Particles Simulated by Lattice Boltzmann and Particle Dynamics Methods”, IEE Proceedings in Nanobiotechnology, 153, 6, 145-150.

J11.  R. Calhoun, A. Yadav, P. Phelan, A. Vuppu, A. Garcia, and M. Hayes, 2006:  “Paramagnetic particles and mixing in micro-scale flows”, Lab-on-a-Chip, 2, 247-257.

J10.  R. Calhoun, R. Waskowsky, P. Phelan, A. Garcia, M. Hayes, and A. Vuppu, 2005:  “CFD Analysis of Paramagnetic Particle Containment in Microwells”, Lab-on-a-Chip, 5, 1075 – 1082.

J9.  R. Newsom, D. Ligon, R. Calhoun, R. Heap, E. Cregan, M. Princevac, 2005, “Retrieval of microscale wind and temperature fields from single- and dual-Doppler lidar data”, Journal of Applied Meteorology, Vol. 44, 9, 1324-1345.

J8.  R. Calhoun, F. Gouveia, J. Shinn, S. Chan, D. Stevens, R. Lee, and J. Leone,  2005:  “Flow around a complex building:  experimental and large-eddy simulation comparisons”,  Journal of Applied Meteorology, Vol. 44, No. 5, pages 571–590.

J7.  R. Calhoun, F. Gouveia, J. Shinn, S. Chan, D. Stevens, R. Lee, and J. Leone,  2004:  “Flow around a complex building:  comparisons between experiments and a Reynolds Averaged Navier-Stokes approach”, Journal of Applied Meteorology, 43, 696-710.

J6.  A. Vuppu, A. Garcia, S. Saha, P. Phelan, M. Hayes, R. Calhoun, 2004, “Modeling microflow and stirring around a microrotor in creeping flow using a quasi-steady-state analysis”, Lab-on-a-Chip, 4 (3), 201-208.

J5.  A. Vuppu, A. Garcia, S. Saha, P. Phelan, M. Hayes, R. Calhoun, 2004, “Phase Sensitive Enhancement for Biochemical Detection using Rotating Paramagnetic Particle Chains”, Journal of Applied Physics, 96, 1, 6831-6838.

J4.  R. Calhoun and R. Street,  2002:  “Patterns on a free-surface caused by underwater topography: a laboratory-scale study”, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 23, no. 8, 1609-1620.

J3.  L. Ding, R. Calhoun, and R. Street,  2002:   “Numerical simulation of stratified flow over a three-dimensional hill”, Boundary Layer Meteorology, 107 (1): 81-114.

J2.  R. Calhoun and R. Street, 2001:   “Turbulent flow over a wavy surface. Part 1: Neutral case,” Journal of Geophysical  Research, 106, C5, 9277-9293.

J1.  R. Calhoun, R. Street, and J. Koseff, 2001:   “Turbulent flow over a wavy surface. Part 2: Stratified case,” Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, C5, 9295-9310.

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