Kevin Knupp

Professor, Atmospheric Science Department


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Classes Taught


  • Rauber, R.M., J. Wegman, D. M. Plummer, A. A. Rosenow, M. Petersen, G.M. McFarquhar, B.F. Jewett, D. Leon, P. S. Market, K. R. Knupp, J. M. Keeler, and S. M. Battaglia, 2014: Stability and charging characteristics of the comma-head region of continental winter cyclones. J. Atmos, Sci., in press.
  • Knupp, K. R., Murphy, T. A., Coleman, T. A., Wade, R. A., Mullins, S. A., Schultz, C. J., Schultz, E. V., Carey, L. D., Sherrer, A., McCaul Jr., E. W., Carcione, B., Latimer, S., Kula, A., Laws, K., Marsh, P. T., Klockow, K. (2014). Meteorological Overview of the Devastating 27 April 2011 Tornado Outbreak. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 95(7), in press.
  • Murphy, T., K. Knupp, R. Wade, and T. Coleman, 2014: Dual Doppler radar observational study of tornadogenesis within a quasi-linear convective system via gravity wave interaction. Monthly Weather Review, in revision.
  • Elkins, C.M., and K,R. Knupp, 2014: Kinematic structure and evolution of a severe cool season bow echo. Mon Wea. Rev., in revision
  • Mackaro, S., R. Roininen, C. Muenkel, G.S. Jenkins, J. Horel, P. Dzijacky, Y.-H. Cho, Y. H. Lee, K.-D. Ahn, K.-Y. Chung, M. Drame, A. Gaye, and K. Knupp, 2014: The cloud base is just the beginning: Modern day use of the laser-ceilometer. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, submitted.
  • Knupp, K., and 14 co-authors, 2014: Multi‐sensor observations of heterogeneous boundary layer evolution: A classroom exercise utilizing state-of-the-art remote sensing instruments. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, submitted.