Dr. Michael Baldwin
Associated Website(s): http://www.purdue.edu/discoverypark/climate/
Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
Numerical weather prediction, forecast verification, data assimilation, data mining
Selected Publications - Google Scholar Page for a complete list of publications
- Hitchens, N. M., M.E. Baldwin, and R. J. Trapp (2012) An object-oriented characterization of extreme precipitation-producing convective systems in the Midwestern United States. Mon. Wea. Rev., 140, 1356-1366.
- Schwedler, B.R.J.* and M. E. Baldwin (2011) Diagnosing the sensitivity of binary image measures to bias, location, and event frequency within a forecast verification framework. Wea. Forecasting, 26, 1032-1044.
- Carley, J.*, B.R.J. Schwedler, M. E. Baldwin, J. Trapp, J. Kwiatkowski, J. Logsdon, and S. J. Weiss (2011) A proposed model-based methodology for feature-specific prediction for high-impact weather. Wea. Forecasting, 26, 243-249.
- Trapp, R. J., E. D. Robinson, M.E. Baldwin, N. S. Diffenbaugh, and B. R. J. Schwedler (2010) Regional climate of hazardous convective weather through high-resolution dynamical downscaling, Climate Dynamics, 10.1007/s00382-010-0826-y.
- Hitchens, N.M., R.J. Trapp, M.E. Baldwin, and A. Gluhovsky (2010) Characterizing Subdiurnal Extreme Precipitation in the Midwestern United States. J. Hydrometeor., 11, 211–218.
- Kain, J. S., S. J. Weiss, D. R. Bright, M. E. Baldwin, J. J. Levit, G. W. Carbin, C. S. Schwartz, M. Weisman, K. K. Droegemeier, D. Weber, K. W. Thomas, (2008): Some practical considerations regarding horizontal resolution in the first generation of operational convection-allowing NWP. Wea. Forecasting, 23, 931-952.