References

American Meteorological Society (AMS) 1959: Glossary of Meteorology,R. E. Huschke, ed., AMS, Boston, 638 pp.

Austin, Pauline 1987: Relation between measured radar reflectivity and surface rainfall , Mon. Weather Rev. 115 (5), 1053–1071.

Blanchard, David O. 1990: Mesoscale convective patterns of the southern High Plains, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc. 71 (7), 994–1005.

Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) 1993a: Probable Maximum Precipitation Study for Wisconsin and Michigan, prepared by North American Weather Consultants, two volumes, EPRI TR-101554, EPRI, Palo Alto, Calif.

EPRI 1993b: New Techniques and Data Sources for Probable Maximum Precipitation: Volume 1—Radar Studies, prepared by Climatological Consulting Corporation, EPRI TR-101242 , EPRI, Palo Alto, Calif., 290 pp.

EPRI 1993c: New Techniques and Data Sources for Probable Maximum Precipitation: Volume 2—Weather Satellites,prepared by Climatological Consulting Corporation, EPRI TR-101242 , EPRI, Palo Alto, Calif., 90 pp.

EPRI 1994: Extreme Rainfall Probability, prepared by Yankee Atomic Electric Company, EPRI TR-102727, EPRI, Palo Alto, Calif., 130 pp.

Enzel, Y., L. L. Ely, K. House, V. R. Baker, and R. H. Webb 1993: Paleoflood evidence for a natural upper bound to flood magnitudes in the Colorado River basin, Water Resour. Res. 29 (7), 2287–2298.



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Estimating Bounds on Extreme Precipitation Events: A Brief Assessment References American Meteorological Society (AMS) 1959: Glossary of Meteorology,R. E. Huschke, ed., AMS, Boston, 638 pp. Austin, Pauline 1987: Relation between measured radar reflectivity and surface rainfall , Mon. Weather Rev. 115 (5), 1053–1071. Blanchard, David O. 1990: Mesoscale convective patterns of the southern High Plains, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc. 71 (7), 994–1005. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) 1993a: Probable Maximum Precipitation Study for Wisconsin and Michigan, prepared by North American Weather Consultants, two volumes, EPRI TR-101554, EPRI, Palo Alto, Calif. EPRI 1993b: New Techniques and Data Sources for Probable Maximum Precipitation: Volume 1—Radar Studies, prepared by Climatological Consulting Corporation, EPRI TR-101242 , EPRI, Palo Alto, Calif., 290 pp. EPRI 1993c: New Techniques and Data Sources for Probable Maximum Precipitation: Volume 2—Weather Satellites,prepared by Climatological Consulting Corporation, EPRI TR-101242 , EPRI, Palo Alto, Calif., 90 pp. EPRI 1994: Extreme Rainfall Probability, prepared by Yankee Atomic Electric Company, EPRI TR-102727, EPRI, Palo Alto, Calif., 130 pp. Enzel, Y., L. L. Ely, K. House, V. R. Baker, and R. H. Webb 1993: Paleoflood evidence for a natural upper bound to flood magnitudes in the Colorado River basin, Water Resour. Res. 29 (7), 2287–2298.

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Estimating Bounds on Extreme Precipitation Events: A Brief Assessment Riedel, J. T. and L. C. Schreiner 1980: Comparison of Generalized Estimates of Probable Maximum Precipitation with Greatest Observed Rainfalls, NOAA Technical Report NWS 25,National Weather Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Silver Spring, Md., 66 pp. Schwarz, F. K. 1970: The unprecedented rains in Virginia associated with the remnants of Hurricane Camille, Mon. Weather Rev. 98 (11), 851–859. Showalter, A. K. and S.B. Solot 1942: Computation of maximum possible precipitation, Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 1942, 258–274. STORM Program Office 1990: STORM Program Plan,National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colo., 181 pp. Subcommittee on Atmospheric Research 1992: Predicting Our Weather—A Strategic Plan for the U.S. Weather Research Program,U.S. Office of Science and Technology Policy, Washington, D.C., 36 pp. Subcommittee on Atmospheric Research 1993: United States Weather Research Program—Implementation Plan,U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., 103 pp. U.S. Weather Bureau 1956: Seasonal Variation of the Probable Maximum Precipitation East of the 105th Meridian,Hydrometeorological Report No. 33, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C., 58 pp. Weisman, M. L. and J. B. Klemp 1984: The structure and classification of numerically simulated convective storms in directionally varying wind shears,Mon. Weather Rev. 112, 2479–2498. World Climate Research Program 1990: Scientific Plan for the Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment, WCRP-40, WMO/TD No. 376, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, 83 pp. World Meteorological Organization 1986: Manual for Estimation of Probable Maximum Precipitation,2nd ed., Operational Hydrology Report No. 1, WMO No. 332, Geneva, 270 pp.

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