Publications

(A) Theses

Lin, Y.-L. “Ice Generation in a Two-Dimensional Cloud Model”, M. S. Thesis, Dept. of Meteorology, S. D. School of Mines and Technology, December 1979. (Advisor: H. D. Orville) (See Lin, Y.-L., R. D. Farley, and H. D. Orville,1983; Also known as Lin-Farley-Orville, LFO or Lin et al. microphysics parameterization scheme)

Lin, Y.-L., “The Dynamics of Orographic Rain with Large Latent Heat Release”, Ph.D. Dissertation, Dept. of Geology and Geophysics, Yale University, May 1984. (Advisor: R. B. Smith)(See Lin, Y.-L., and R. B. Smith, 1986).

(B)  Books 

Lin, Y.-L., 2007: Mesoscale Dynamics, Cambridge University Press, 630pp.

Lin, Y.-L., 2016:  (book chapter) Instabilities conducive to aviation turbulence. A book chapter for the "Aviation Turbulence", Editors: R. D. Sharman and T. P. Lane, Springer, in press (DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-23630-8_3).

(C) Published Papers

2016

Sever, G., and Y.-L. Lin, 2016: Dynamical and Physical processes associated with orographic precipitation in a conditionally unstable uniform flow : Variation in basic wind speed. J. Atmos. Sci., in review. 

Huang, Y.-C., and Y.-L. Lin, 2016:  Dominant mechanism for looping tracks associated with tropical cyclones passing over an isolated mountain. Nat. Hazards, in review.

Yang, Q., L. R. Leung, J. Lu, Y.-L. Lin, S. Hagos, K. Sakaguchi, and Y. Gao, 2016: Exploring the effects of nonhydrostatic dynamics in high-resolution aquaplanet simulations. J. Geophys. Res., in review.

Rostom, R., and Y.-L. Lin, 2016: Common ingredients for heavy precipitation associated with the passage of Hurricane Hugo (1998) and Isabel (2003) over Appalachian Mountains. Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., in review.

Lin, Y.-L., S.-H. Chen, and L. Liu, 2016: Orographic effects on track deflection of an idealized tropical cyclone passing over a 

      mesoscale mountian range. J. Atmos. Sci., Accepted..

Arivelo, T. A., and Y.-L. Lin, 2016: Climatology of heavy orographic rainfall induced by tropical cyclones over Madagascar: From synoptic to mesoscale perspectives. Earth Science Research, 5(2), 146-161.

Smith, G. M., Y.-L. Lin, and Y. Rastigejev, 2016: Orographic effects on supercell: Development and structure, intensity and tracking. Environ. Nat. Resources Res., 6(2), doi:10.5539/enrr.v6n2p76-91.

Lin, Y.-L., K.-Y. Lee, C.-S. Chen, F.-Y. Cheng, P.-L. Lin, J.-H. Teng, and C.-L. Liu, 2016: Initiation and maintenenance mechanisms for heavy precipitation systems over a mountainous island under a prevailing monsoon current. Earth Sci. Research, 5(2), 90-104, doi:10.5539/esr.v5n2p90.

Liu, L., Y.-L. Lin, and S.-H. Chen, 2016: Effects of Landfall Location and Approach Angle of an Idealized Tropical Cyclone over a Long Mountain Range. Front. Earth Sci. 4:14. doi: 10.3389/feart.2016.00014

Jung, Y., and Y.-L. Lin, 2016: Assessment of a regional-scale weather model for hydrological applications in South Korea. Environ. Nat. Resources Res., 6 (2), doi:10.5539/enrr.v6n2p28-41.

2015

Garcia-Rivera, J., Y.-L. Lin, and Y. Rastigejev, 2015:  Cold-air damming - tropical cyclone interaction: A numerical case study of Tropical Storm Kyle (2002) and its influence on heavy rain in the North Carolinas. Meteor. and Atmos. Phys. [MAAP, DOI 10.1007_s00703-015-0421-1) (Published online)

Rostom, R., and Y.-L. Lin, 2015: Control parameters for track continuity of cyclones passing over the southern-centrol Appalachian Mountains. Wea. Forecasting, 30, 1429-1449.

Spinks, J., and Y.-L. Lin, 2015: Variability of the subtropical highs, African easterly jet and easterly wave intensities over North Africa.     Int'l J. Climato., doi/10.1002/joc.4226/pdf.  

Spinks, J., Y.-L. Lin, and A. Mekonnen, 2015: Effects of the subtropical anticyclones over North Africa and Arabian Peninsula on the African easterly jet. Int’l J. of Climato., doi/10.1002/joc.4017/pdf. (Published online 15 April 2014 in Wiley Online Library)

2014

Carrasco, C. A., C. W. Landsea, and Y.-L. Lin, 2014: The Influence of Tropical Cyclone Size on its Intensification. Weather and Forecasting, 29, 582-590.

Huang, Y.-C., and Y.-L. Lin, 2014: A study on the structure and precipitation of Morakot (2009) induced by the Central Mountain Range of Taiwan. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 123, 115-141. DOI 10.1007/s00703-013-0290-4.

2013

Lin, Y.-L., L. Liu, G. Tang, J. Spinks, and W. Jones, 2013: Origin of pre-Debby (2006) African easterly wave and mesoscale convective system.  Meteor. Atmos. Phys., vol. 120, 123-144, No. 1-2, DOI 10.1007/s00703-013-0248-6.

Shen, B.-W., B. Nelson, W.-K. Tao, and Y.-L. Lin, 2013: Advanced Visualizations of Scale Interactions of Tropical Cyclone Formation and Tropical Waves. IEEE, CiSE, vol. 15, no. 2, 47-59, March-April 2013, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2012.64.

Chen, C.-S., Y.-L. Lin, H.-T. Zeng, C.-Y. Chen, and C.-L. Liu, 2013: Orographic effects on heavy rainfall events over northeastern Taiwan during northeasterly monsoon, Atmos. Research, 122, 310-335.

2012

Lacewell, C. W., A. Homaifar, and Y.-L. Lin, 2012: Tracing the origins and propagation of pre-Tropical Storm Debby (2006) mesoscale convective systems using pattern recognition and image fusion.  Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 119, 119, DOI 10.1007/s00703-012-0214-8.

Shen, B.-W., W.-K. Tao, and Y.-L. Lin, A. Laing, 2012: Genesis of twin tropical cyclones as revealed by a global mesoscale model: The role of mixed Rossby gravity waves. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 117, D13114, doi:10.1029/2012JD017450 (Correction in: Vol. 117, D16199, doi:10.1029/2012JD018598).

Bililign, B., Y.-L. Lin, R. Davis, S. Ilias, L. Kurkalova, Y. Kyei, Y. Rastigeyev, G. Uzochukwu, and S, Bae, 2012: Effects of global warming on North Carolina. Int’l J. Climate Change: Impacts and Responses, 3, 52-70.

Rakotomavo, Z. A. P. H, N. Raholijao, and Y.-L. Lin, 2012: Effects of Madagascar mountain range on tropical cyclone tracks. Part I: Classification of cyclone tracks reaching the East Coast. 41pp.

2011

Lin, Y.-L., and L. Crosby Savage III, 2011: Effects of Landfall Location and the Approach Angle of a Cyclone Vortex Encountering a Mesoscale Mountain Range. J. Atmos. Sci., 68, 2095-2106.

Rastigejev, Y., S. Suslov, and Y.-L. Lin, 2011: Effect of ocean spray on vertical momentum transport under high-wind conditions. Boundary Layer Meteor., DOI 10.1007/s10546-011-9625-1.

Chen, C.-S., Y.-L. Lin, N.-N. Hsu, C.-L. Liu, and C.-Y. Chen, 2011: Orographic effects on localized heavy rainfall events over southwestern Taiwan on 27 and 28 June 2008 during the post-Mei-Yu period. Atmos. Research, 101, 595-610.

2009

Bililign, S., Y.-L. Lin, L. Kurkalova, Y. Rastigejev, K. Schimmel, S. Bae, R. Davis, S. Ilia, Y. Kyei, and G. Uzochukwu, 2009: Climate and Water Resources: A challenge to integrated science/social policy formulation, Convergence Review, Issue 2, N. C. A&T State Univ., 11pp.

Chen, C.-S., Y.-L. Lin, W.-C. Peng, and C.-L. Liu, 2009: Investigation of a heavy rainfall event over southwestern Taiwan associated with a mesocyclone during the 2003 Mei-Yu season. Atmospheric Research, 95, 235-254.

Bililign, S., K. Schimmel, and Y.-L. Lin, 2009: The NOAA Interdisciplinary Scientific Environmental Technology Cooperative Science Center (ISETCSC). International Newsletter, p.7-9, Dec. 31. American Physical Society.

Huang, C., Y.-L. Lin, M. L. Kaplan, and J. Charney, 2009: Synoptic-scale and mesoscale environments conducive to forest fires during the October 2003 extreme fire event in Southern California. J. Appl. Meteor. and Climate, 48, 553–579.

2008

Huang, C.-Y., and Y.-L. Lin, 2008: The influence of mesoscale mountains on cyclone tracks. Part I:  A shallow-water modeling study.  Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 101, 1-20.

Lin, Y.-L., 2008:  Formation of African easterly waves and mesoscale convective systems in eastern North Africa and its impacts on the tropical cyclogenesis over eastern Atlantic Ocean. NSBP Proc., 1140, 104-113.

Kaplan, M. L., C. Huang, Y.-L. Lin, and J. J. Charney, 2008: The development of extremely dry surface air due to vertical exchanges under the exit region of a jet streak. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 102, 63-85.

Chen, S.-H., Y.-L. Lin, and Z. Zhao, 2008: Effects of moist Froude number and orographic aspect ratio on a conditionally unstable flow over a mesoscale mountain. J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 86, 353-367.

Horvath, K., Y.-L. Lin, and B. Ivančan-Picek, 2008: Classification of cyclone tracks over Apennines and Adriatic Sea. Mon. Wea. Rev., 136, 2210-2227.

Reeves, H. D., Y.-L. Lin, and R. Rotunno, 2008: Dynamic forcing and mesoscale variability of heavy precipitation events over the Sierra Nevada mountains. Mon. Wea. Rev., 136, 62-77.

Kiefer, M. T., Y.-L. Lin, and J. J. Charney, 2008: A study of two-dimensional dry convective plume modes with variable critical level height. J. Atmos. Sci., 65, 448-469.

2007

Reeves, H. D., and Y.-L. Lin, 2007:  The effects of a mountain on the propagation of a pre-existing convective system for blocked and unblocked flow regimes.  J. Atmos. Sci., 64, 2401-2421.

Lee, W.-C., J. Wilson, Y.-L. Chen, Y.-L. Lin, B. Kuo, R. Fovell, T. Weekwerth, J. Sun, and Q. Xiao, 2007: The Terrain-influenced Monsoon Rainfall Experiment (TiMREX). Scientific Overview Document, 20pp.

2006

Lin, Y.-L., N. C. Witcraft, and Y.-H. Kuo, 2006: Dynamics of track deflection associated with the passage of tropical cyclones over a mesoscale mountain. Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 3509-3538.

Hoggarth, A. M., H. D. Reeves, and Lin, Y.-L., 2006: Formation and maintenance mechanisms of the stable layer over the Po Valley during MAP IOP-8. Mon. Wea. Rev., 134, 3334-3352.

Reeves, H. D., and Y.-L. Lin, 2006: Effect of stable layer formation over the Po Valley on the development of convection during MAP IOP-8. J. Atmos. Sci., 63, 2567-2584.

Kaplan, M. L., J. J. Charney, K. T. Waight III, K. M. Lux, J. D. Cetola, A. W. Huffman, A. J. Riordan, S. D. Slusser, and Y.-L. Lin, 2006: Characterizing the Severe Turbulence Environments Associated with Commercial Aviation Accidents:  A Real-Time Turbulence Model (RTTM) Designed for the Operational Prediction of Hazardous Aviation Turbulence Environments. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 94, 235-270.

Smith, B. L., Y.-L. Lin, and H. D. Reeves, 2006:  Effects of cyclone track on precipitation distribution along the California Coastal Range and Sierra Nevada. 12th  Conf. Mountain Meteor., Amer. Meteor. Soc., p.3.3.

2005

Witcraft, N. C., Y.-L. Lin, and Y.-H. Kuo, 2005: Dynamics of orographic rain associated with the passage of a tropical cyclone over a mesoscale mountain. Terr. Atmos. Ocean, 16, 1133-1161.

Lin, Y.-L., K. E. Robertson, and C. M. Hill, 2005: Origin and propagation of a disturbance associated with an African easterly wave as a precursor of Hurricane Alberto (2000).  Mon. Wea. Rev., 133, 3276–3298.

Lin, Y.-L., H. D. Reeves, S.-Y. Chen, and S. Chiao, 2005: Formation mechanisms for convection over the Ligurian Sea during MAP IOP-8. Mon. Wea. Rev., 133, 2227-2245.

Lin, Y.-L., 2005: Dynamics of Orographic Precipitation, 2005 Yearbook of Science & Technology, McGraw Hill Companies, 248-250.

Lin, Y.-L., S.-Y. Chen, C. M. Hill, and C.-Y. Huang, 2005:  Control parameters for tropical cyclones passing over mesoscale mountains, J. Atmos. Sci., 62, 1849-1866.

Kaplan, M. L., A. W. Huffman, K. M. Lux, J. J. Charney, A. J. Riordan, and Y.-L. Lin, 2005: Characterizing the Severe Turbulence Environments Associated with Commercial Aviation Accidents. A 44 Case Study Synoptic Observational Analyses. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 88, 129-152.

Kaplan, M. L., A. W. Huffman, K. M. Lux, J. D. Cetola, J. J. Charney, A. J. Riordan, Y.-L. Lin, and K. T. Waight III, 2005: Characterizing the severe turbulence environments associated with commercial aviation accidents. Hydrostatic mesobeta scale numerical simulations of supergradient wind flow and streamwise ageostrophic frontogenesis.  Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 88, 153-174.

Chen, S.-H., and Y.-L. Lin, 2005: Orographic effects on a conditionally unstable flow over an idealized three-dimensional mesoscale unstable mountain. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 88, 1-21.
Chen, S.-H., and Y.-L. Lin, 2005:  Effects of the basic wind speed and CAPE on flow regimes associated with a conditionally unstable flow over a mesoscale mountain.  J. Atmos. Sci., 62, 331-350.
Richard, E. et al., 2005: Quantitative precipitation forecasting in mountainous regions - Pushed ahead by MAP. Hrvatski Meteoroloski Casopis, 40, 65-69.

2004   
Kaplan, M. L., K. M. Lux, J. D. Cetola, A. W. Huffman, A. J. Riordan, S. W. Slusser, Y.-L. Lin, J. J. Charney, and K. T. Waight,2004: Characterizing the severe turbulence environments associated with commercial aviation accidents. A real-time turbulence model (RTTM) designed for the operational prediction of hazardous aviation turbulence environments. NASA/CR-2004-213025, August 2004, 49pp.

Chiao, S., Y.-L. Lin, and M. L. Kaplan, 2004: Numerical study of the orographic forcing of heavy precipitation during MAP IOP-2B.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 132, 2184-2203.

2003

Hill, C. M., and Y.-L. Lin, 2003: Initiation of a mesoscale convective complex over the Ethiopian Highlands preceeding the genesis of Hurricane Alberto (2000): A precursor to tropical cyclogenesis. Geophys. Res. Lett., 30, 1232, doi:10.1029/2002GL016655.

Chiao, S., and Y.-L. Lin, 2003: Numerical modeling of an orographically induced precipitation event associated with tropical storm Rachel over Taiwan. Wea. Forecasting, 18, 325-344.

Lin, Y.-L., 2003: The Dynamics of Orographic Precipitation. H. D. Orville Symposium, Rapid City, S.D., 68-89.

2002

Lin, Y.-L., D. B. Ensley, S. Chiao, C. M. Hill, and C.-Y. Huang, 2002: Orographic influence on rainfall and track deflection associated with the passage of a tropical cyclone.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 130, 2929-2950.

2001

Koch, S. E., F. Zhang, M. L. Kaplan, Y.-L. Lin, R. P. Weglarz, and C. M. Trexler, 2001:  Numerical simulations of a gravity wave event over CCOPE. Part III: The role of a mountain-plains solenoid in the generation of the second wave episode. Mon. Wea. Rev., 129, 909-933.

Lin,Y.-L., S. Chiao, T.-A. Wang, and M. L. Kaplan, 2001: Some common ingredients for heavy orographic rainfall. Weather and Forecasting, 16, 633-660.

Lin, Y.-L, and L. E. Joyce, 2001: A further study of the mechanisms of cell regeneration, propagation, and development within two-dimensional multicell storms. J. Atmos. Sci., 58, 2957-2988.

Ding, F., S. P. Arya, and Y.-L. Lin, 2001: Large-eddy simulations of the atmospheric boundary layer using a new subgrid-scale model. I: Slightly unstable and neutral cases.  Environ. Fluid Mech., 1, 29-47.

Ding, F., S. P. Arya, and Y.-L. Lin, 2001: Large-eddy simulations of the atmospheric boundary layer using a new subgrid-scale model. II: Weakly and moderately stable cases.  Environ. Fluid Mech., 1, 49-69.

2000

Chu, C.-M, and Y.-L. Lin, 2000: Effects of orography on the generation and propagation of mesoscale convective systems in a two-dimensional conditionally unstable flow. J. Atmos. Sci., 57, 3817-3837.

Wang, T.-A., and Y.-L. Lin, 2000:  Effects of shear and sharp gradients in static stability on two-dimensional flow over an isolated mountain ridge. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 75, 69-99.

Kaplan, M. L., Y.-L. Lin, J. Charney, K. D. Pfeiffer, D. S. DeCroix, and R. P. Weglarz, 2000:  A terminal area PBL Prediction System at DFW and its application in simulating diurnal PBL jets.  Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 81, 2179-2204.

Egentowich, J. M., M. L. Kaplan, Y.-L. Lin, and A. J. Riordan, 2000: Mesocale simulations of dynamical factors discriminating between a tornado outbreak and non-event over the southeast US. Part I: 84-48 hour precursors. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 74, 129-157.

Egentowich, J. M., M. L. Kaplan, Y.-L. Lin, and A. J. Riordan, 2000: Mesocale simulations of dynamical factors discriminating between a tornado outbreak and non-event over the southeast US. Part II: 48-6 hour precursors. Meteor. Atmos. Phys.,74, 159-187.

Egentowich, J. M., M. L. Kaplan, Y.-L. Lin, and A. J. Riordan, 2000: Mesocale simulations of dynamical factors discriminating between a tornado outbreak and non-event over the southeast US. Part III: 6 hour precursors. Meteor. Atmos. Phys.,74, 189-215.

Han, J., Y.-L. Lin, S. P. Arya, and F. H. Proctor, 2000:  Large eddy simulation of aircraft wake vortices in a homogeneous atmospheric turbulence:  Vortex decay and descent.  AIAA Journal, 38, 292-300.

Han, J., Y.-L. Lin, D. G. Schowalter, S. P. Arya, and F. H. Proctor, 2000:  Large eddy simulation of aircraft wake vortices in a homogeneous atmospheric turbulence: the crow instability. AIAA Journal, 38, 643-656.

Doyle, J. D., D. R. Durran, C. Chen, B. A. Colle, M. Georgelin, V. Grubisic, W.-R. Hsu, C.-Y. Huang, D. Landau, Y.-L. Lin, G. S. Poulos, W.-Y. Sun, D. B. Weber, M. G. Wurtele, and M. Xue, 2000:  An intercomparison of model predicted wave breaking for the 11 January 1972 Boulder windstorm.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 128, 901-914.

1999

Shen, B.-W., and Y.-L. Lin, 1999:  Effects of critical levels on two-dimensional background flow over an isolated mountain ridge on an f plane.  J. Atmos. Sci., 56, 3286-3302.

Lin, Y.-L., J. Han, D. W. Hamilton, and C.-Y. Huang, 1999:  Orographic influence on a drifting cyclone.  J. Atmos. Sci., 56, 534-562.

Wang, T.-A., and Y.-L. Lin, 1999:  Wave ducting in a stratified shear flow over a two-dimensional mountain. Part I: General linear criteria.  J. Atmos. Sci., 56, 412-436.

Wang, T.-A., and Y.-L. Lin, 1999:  Wave ducting in a stratified shear flow over a two-dimensional mountain. Part II: Implications for the development of high-drag states for severe downslope windstorms.   J. Atmos. Sci., 56, 437-452.

1998

Weglarz, R. P., and Y.-L. Lin, 1998:  Nonlinear adjustment of a rotating homogeneous atmosphere to zonal momentum forcing.  Tellus, 50A, 616-636.

Lee, T.-Y., Y.-Y. Park, and Y.-L. Lin, 1998:  A numerical study of cyclogenesis to the east of Korean Penninsula, Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 2090-2116.

Lin, Y.-L., R. L. Deal, and M. S. Kulie, 1998:  Mechanisms of cell regeneration, development, and propagation within a two-dimensional multicell thunderstorm.  J. Atmos. Sci., 55, 1867-1886.

Kaplan, M. L., Y.-L. Lin, D. W. Hamilton, and R. A. Rozumalski, 1998:  A numerical simulation of an unbalanced jetlet and its role in the Palm Sunday 1994 tornado outbreak in Alabama and Georgia.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 55, 1867-1886.

Hamilton, D. W., Y.-L. Lin, R. P. Weglarz, and M. L. Kaplan, 1998:  Atmospheric responses to diabatic forcing with applications to jetlet formation associated with the 1994 Palm Sunday tornado outbreak.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 2133-2165.

Kulie, M. S., and Y.-L. Lin, 1998:  The structure and evolution of a numerically simulated high-precipitation supercell thunderstorm.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 2061-2089.

1997

DeCroix, D., Y.-L. Lin, and D. G. Schowalter, 1997:  Cellular convection embedded in the convective PBL surface layer.  J. Wind Engineering & Indus. Aerodynamics, 67&68, 387-401. 

Huang, C.-Y., and Y.-L. Lin, 1997:  The evolution of mesoscale vortex impinging on symmetric topography. Natl. Sci. Council, 285-309.

Kaplan, M. L., S. E. Koch, Y.-L. Lin, and R. P. Weglarz, 1997:  Numerical simulations of a gravity wave event over CCOPE.  Part I: The role of geostrophic adjustment in mesoscale jet streak formation and their role in the generation of the first wave episode. Mon. Wea. Rev., 125, 1185-1211.

Weglarz, R. P., and Y.-L. Lin, 1997:  A linear theory for jet streak formation due to zonal momentum forcing in a stably stratified atmosphere. J. Atmos. Sci., 54, 908-932.

1996

Jin, Y., S. E. Koch, Y.-L. Lin, F. M. Ralph, and C. Chen, 1996:  Numerical simulations of an observed gravity current and gravity waves in an environment characterized by complex stratification and shear. J. Atmos. Sci., 53, 3570-3588. 

Xie, L., and Y.-L. Lin, 1996:  Responses of low-level flow to an elongated surface heat source with application to coastal frontogenesis.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 124, 2807-2827.

Lin, Y.-L., 1996:  Effects of thermal forcing in atmospheric shear flows with critical level.  Nonlinear Analysis, Ed. V. Lakshmikanthan, 3491-3513, Walter de Gruyter.

Kaplan, M. L., R. A. Rozumalski, R. Gonski, R. P. Weglarz, Y.-L. Lin, and S. Businger, 1996:  Numerical simulations studies of the mesoscale environment conducive to the Raleigh tornado.  NOAA Tech. Memo, NWS ER-90, 101pp.

Lin, Y.-L., 1996:  Structure of dynamically unstable shear flow and their implications for shallow internal gravity waves. Part II: Nonlinear response.  Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 59, 153-172.

Lin, Y.-L., and T.-A. Wang, 1996:  Flow regimes and transient dynamics of two- dimensional stratified flow over an isolated mountain ridge.  J. Atmos. Sci., 53, 139-158.

Wang, T.-A., Y.-L. Lin, F. H. Semazzi, and G. Janowitz, 1996:  Response of a stably stratified flow to large scale diabatic heating.  J. Geophys. Res., 101, D3, 7049-7073.

1995

Lin, Y.-L., and I-C. Jao, 1995:  A numerical study of flow circulations in the Central Valley of California and formation mechanisms of the Fresno Eddy.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 123, 3227-3239.

Chun, H.-Y., and Y.-L. Lin, 1995:  Enhanced response of an atmospheric flow to a line type heat sink in the presence of a critical level.  Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 55, 33-45.

1994

Lin, Y.-L., 1994:  Airflow over mesoscale heat source.  Part I: Responses in a uniform flow.  Proc. Natl. Sci. Council, 18, 1-32.

Lin, Y.-L., 1994:  Airflow over mesoscale heat source.  Part II:  Responses in a shear flow. Proc. Natl. Sci. Council, 18, 119-150.

1993

Stout, J., Y.-L. Lin, and P. S. P. Arya, 1993:  A theoretical investigation of the effects of sinusoidal topography on particle deposition.  J. Atmos. Sci., 50, 2533-2541.

Lin, Y.-L., and H.-Y. Chun, 1993:  Structures of dynamically unstable shear flows and their implications for shallow internal gravity waves. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 52, 59-68.

Lin, Y.-L., T.-A. Wang, and R. P. Weglarz, 1993:  Interaction between gravity waves and cold air outflows in a stably stratified uniform flow. J. Atmos. Sci., 50, 3790-3816.

Lin, Y.-L., 1993:  Orographic effects on airflow and mesoscale weather systems over Taiwan.  Terres. Atmos. Ocean, 4, 381-420.

Semazzi, F. H. M., N.-H. Lin, Y.-L. Lin, and F. Giorgi, 1993:  A nested model study of the Sahelian climate response to sea-surface temperature anomalies.  Geophys. Res. Lett., 20, 2897-2900.

1992
Lin, Y.-L., 1992 (ab):  Dynamics of thermally forced mesoscale circulations.  Trends in Atmospheric Research, 1, 73-153.

Riordan, A. J., and Y.-L. Lin, 1992:  Mesoscale wind signatures along the Carolina coast. Mon. Wea. Rev., 120, 2786-2797.

Lin, Y.-L., N.-H. Lin, and R. P. Weglarz, 1992:  Numerical modeling studies of lee mesolows, mesovortices, and mesocyclones. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 49, 43-67.

1991

Lin, Y.-L., and H.-Y. Chun, 1991: Effects of diabatic cooling in a shear flow with a critical level.  J. Atmos. Sci., 48, 2476-2491.

1980-90

Lin, Y.-L., 1990: A theory of cyclogenesis forced by diabatic heating.  Part II: A semigeostrophic Approach. J. Atmos. Sci., 47, 1755-1777.

Lin, Y.-L., 1989:  Inertial and frictional effects on stratified hydrostatic airflow past an isolated heat source. J. Atmos. Sci., 46, 921-936.

Lin, Y.-L., 1989: A theory of cyclogenesis forced by diabatic heating.  Part I: A quasi-geostrophic approach. J. Atmos. Sci., 46, 3015-3036.

Lin, Y.-L., and D. J. Perkey, 1989:  A numerical modeling studies of a process of lee cyclogenesis.  J. Atmos. Sci., 46, 3685-3697.

Lin, Y.-L., and R. C. Goff, 1988: A study of a mesoscale solitary wave in the atmosphere originating near a region of deep convection. J. Atmos. Sci., 45, 194-205.

Lin, Y.-L., and S. Li, 1988:  Three-dimensional response of a shear flow to elevated heating.  J. Atmos. Sci., 45, 2987- 3002.

Lin, Y.-L., 1987: Two-dimensional response of a  stably stratified shear flow to diabatic heating.  J. Atmos. Sci., 44, 1375-1393.

Lin, Y.-L., and R. B. Smith, 1986:  Transient dynamics of airflow near local heat source.  J. Atmos. Sci., 43, 40-49.

Lin, Y.-L., 1986:  Calculation of airflow over an isolated heat source with application to the dynamics of V-shaped clouds.  J. Atmos. Sci., 43, 2736-2751.

Lin, Y.-L., 1986:  A study of the transient dynamics of orographic rain.  Pap. Meteor. Res., 9, 20-45.

Lin, Y.-L., R. D. Farley, and H. D. Orville, 1983:  Bulk parameterization of the snow field in a cloud model.  J. Clima. Appli. Meteor., 22, 1065-1092.

Smith, R. B., and Y.-L. Lin, 1983:  Orographic rain on Western Ghats. Mountain Meteorology, Ed. Reiter et al., Sci. Press and Amer. Meteor. Soc., 71-94.

Smith, R. B., and Y.-L. Lin, 1982:  The addition of heat to a stratified airstream with application to the dynamics of orgraphic rain.  Quart. J. Royal Meteor. Soc., 108, 353-378.

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