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  1. 2024
    1. Romps, Heat index extremes increasing several times faster than the air temperature, ERL, 2024
    2. 2023
      1. Lu and Romps, Is a wet-bulb temperature of 35 degrees Celsius the correct threshold for human survivability?, ERL, 2023
      2. Öktem, Romps, and Varble, No warm-phase invigoration of convection detected during GoAmazon, JAS, 2023
      3. Lu and Romps, Predicting fatal heat and humidity using the heat index model, JAP, 2023
      4. Romps, Latimer, Zhu, Jurkat-Witschas, Mahnke, Prabhakaran, Weigel, and Wendisch, Air pollution unable to intensify storms via warm-phase invigoration, GRL, 2023
      5. Feng, Negron-Juarez, Romps, and Chambers, Amazon windthrow disturbances are likely to increase with storm frequency under global warming, Nature Communications, 2023
      6. 2022
        1. Romps and Lu, Chronically underestimated: A reassessment of US heat waves using the extended heat index, ERL, 2022
        2. Tarshish and Romps, Latent heating is required for firestorm plumes to reach the stratosphere, JGR Atmospheres, 2022
        3. Lu and Romps, Extending the heat index, JAMC, 2022
        4. Romps, Seeley, and Edman, Why the forcing from carbon dioxide scales as the logarithm of its concentration, J Climate, 2022
        5. Tarshish and Romps, A closure for the virtual origin of turbulent plumes, JAS, 2022
        6. 2021
          1. Öktem and Romps, Prediction for cloud spacing confirmed using stereo cameras, JAS, 2021
          2. Romps, The Rankine-Kirchhoff approximations for moist thermodynamics, QJRMS, 2021
          3. Zhang, Bloch-Johnson, Romps, and Abbot, Evolving CO2 rather than SST leads to a factor of ten decrease in GCM convergence time, JAMES, 2021
          4. Romps, Öktem, Endo, and Vogelmann, On the lifecycle of a shallow cumulus cloud: Is it a bubble or plume, active or forced?, JAS, 2021
          5. Tian, Zhang, Klein, Wang, Öktem, and Romps, Summertime continental shallow cumulus cloud detection using GOES-16 satellite and ground-based stereo cameras at the DOE ARM Southern Great Plains site, Remote Sensing, 2021
          6. Williams, Johnson, Giangrande, Hardin, Öktem, and Romps, Identifying insects, clouds, and precipitation using vertically pointing polarimetric radar Doppler velocity spectra, AMT, 2021
          7. Romps, Accurate expressions for the dew point and frost point derived from the Rankine-Kirchhoff approximations, JAS, 2021
          8. Varble, ..., Öktem, ..., Romps, ..., Utilizing a storm-generating hotspot to study convective cloud transitions: The CACTI experiment, BAMS, 2021
          9. Chen, Romps, Seeley, Veraverbeke, Riley, Mekonnen, and Randerson, Future increases in Arctic lightning and fire risk for permafrost carbon, Nature CC, 2021
          10. Romps, Ascending columns, WTG, and convective aggregation, JAS, 2021
        7. 2020
          1. Wing, ..., Romps, ..., Clouds and convective self-aggregation in a multi-model ensemble of radiative-convective equilibrium simulations, JAMES, 2020
          2. Romps, Theory of tropical moist convection, Les Houches, 2020
          3. Romps, Climate sensitivity and the direct effect of carbon dioxide in a limited-area cloud-resolving model, J Climate, 2020
        8. 2019
          1. Romps, Evaluating the future of lightning in cloud-resolving models, GRL, 2019
          2. Endo, Zhang, Vogelmann, Kollias, Lamer, Oue, Xiao, Gustafson, and Romps, Reconciling differences between large-eddy simulations and Doppler-lidar observations of continental shallow cumulus cloud-base vertical velocity, GRL, 2019
          3. Romps and Retzinger, Climate news articles lack basic climate science, ERC, 2019
          4. Seeley, Jeevanjee, and Romps, FAT or FiTT: Are anvil clouds or the tropopause temperature-invariant?, GRL, 2019
          5. Seeley, Jeevanjee, Langhans, and Romps, Formation of tropical anvil clouds by slow evaporation, GRL, 2019
        9. 2018
          1. Romps, Charn, Holzworth, Lawrence, Molinari, and Vollaro, CAPE times P explains lightning over land but not the land-ocean contrast, GRL, 2018
          2. Jeevanjee and Romps, Mean precipitation change from a deepening troposphere, PNAS, 2018
          3. Romps and Öktem, Observing clouds in 4D with multiview stereophotogrammetry, BAMS, 2018
          4. Muller and Romps, Acceleration of tropical cyclogenesis by self-aggregation feedbacks, PNAS, 2018
          5. Duan, Wright, and Romps, On the utility (or futility) of using stable water isotopes to constrain the bulk properties of tropical convection, JAMES, 2018
        10. 2017
          1. Romps, Exact expression for the lifting condensation level, JAS, 2017
          2. Edman and Romps, Beyond the rigid lid: Baroclinic modes in a structured atmosphere, JAS, 2017
          3. Romps and Vogelmann, Methods for estimating 2D cloud size distributions from 1D observations, JAS, 2017
        11. 2016
          1. Romps, Clausius-Clapeyron scaling of CAPE from analytical solutions to RCE, JAS, 2016
          2. Seeley and Romps, Tropical cloud buoyancy is the same in a world with or without ice, GRL, 2016
          3. Romps, Reply to comments on MSE minus CAPE is the true conserved variable for an adiabatically lifted parcel, JAS, 2016
          4. Romps, The Stochastic Parcel Model: A deterministic parameterization of stochastically entraining convection, JAMES, 2016
          5. Romps and Jeevanjee, On the sizes and lifetimes of cold pools, QJRMS, 2016
          6. Jeevanjee and Romps, Effective buoyancy at the surface and aloft, QJRMS, 2016
        12. 2015
          1. Seeley and Romps, Why does tropical convective available potential energy (CAPE) increase with warming?, GRL, 2015
          2. Langhans and Romps, The origin of water-vapor rings in tropical oceanic cold pools, GRL, 2015
          3. Romps, MSE minus CAPE is the true conserved variable for an adiabatically lifted parcel, JAS, 2015
          4. Romps and Öktem, Stereo photogrammetry reveals substantial drag on cloud thermals, GRL, 2015
          5. Jeevanjee and Romps, Effective buoyancy, inertial pressure, and the mechanical generation of boundary-layer mass flux by cold pools, JAS, 2015
          6. Romps and Charn, Sticky thermals: Evidence for a dominant balance between buoyancy and drag in cloud updrafts, JAS, 2015
          7. Edman and Romps, Self-consistency tests of large-scale-dynamics parameterizations for single-column modeling, JAMES, 2015
          8. Seeley and Romps, The effect of global warming on severe thunderstorms in the United States, J Climate, 2015
          9. Langhans, Yeo, and Romps, Lagrangian investigation of the precipitation efficiency of convective clouds, JAS, 2015
        13. 2014
          1. Romps, Seeley, Vollaro, and Molinari, Projected increase in lightning strikes in the United States due to global warming, Science, 2014
          2. Duarte, Almgren, Balakrishnan, Bell, and Romps, A numerical study of methods for moist atmospheric flows: compressible equations, MWR, 2014
          3. Romps, An analytical model for tropical relative humidity, J Climate, 2014
          4. Öktem, Prabhat, Lee, Thomas, Zuidema, and Romps, Stereo photogrammetry of oceanic clouds, JAOT, 2014
          5. Edman and Romps, An improved weak-pressure-gradient scheme for single-column modeling, JAS, 2014
          6. Romps, Rayleigh damping in the free troposphere, JAS, 2014
        14. 2013
          1. Jeevanjee and Romps, Convective self-aggregation, cold pools, and domain size, GRL, 2013
          2. Yeo and Romps, Measurement of convective entrainment using Lagrangian particles, JAS, 2013
        15. 2012
          1. Romps, On the equivalence of two schemes for convective momentum transport, JAS, 2012
          2. Romps, Numerical tests of the weak pressure gradient approximation, JAS, 2012
          3. Romps, Weak pressure gradient approximation and its analytical solutions, JAS, 2012
          4. Molinari, Romps, Vollaro, and Nguyen, CAPE in tropical cyclones, JAS, 2012
        16. 2011
          1. Romps and Kuang, A transilient matrix for moist convection, JAS, 2011
          2. Romps, Response of tropical precipitation to global warming, JAS, 2011
        17. 2010
          1. Blossey, Kuang, and Romps, Isotopic composition of water in the tropical tropopause layer in cloud-resolving simulations of an idealized tropical circulation, JGR, 2010
          2. Romps, A direct measure of entrainment, JAS, 2010
          3. Romps and Kuang, Nature versus nurture in shallow convection, JAS, 2010
          4. Romps and Kuang, Do undiluted convective plumes exist in the upper tropical troposphere?, JAS, 2010
        18. 2009
          1. Romps and Kuang, Overshooting convection in tropical cyclones, GRL, 2009
        19. 2008
          1. Romps, The dry-entropy of a moist atmosphere, JAS, 2008
        20. 2005
          1. Simons, Strominger, Thompson (Romps), and Yin, Supersymmetric Branes in AdS2 × S2 × CY3, Phys Rev D, 2005
        21. 2004
          1. Thompson (Romps), AdS Solutions of 2D Type 0A, Phys Rev D, 2004
          2. Strominger and Thompson (Romps), Quantum Bousso Bound, Phys Rev D, 2004
        22. 2002
          1. Thompson (Romps), Descent relations in Type 0A/0B, Phys Rev D, 2002