Bibliography:  JOSEPH WERNE

  1. Design of a Mars Oxygen Processor: Ash, R., J. Werne and M. B. Haywood  1989, in The Case for Mars III edited by C. Stoker, AAS Science and Technology Series, 75, 479-487.

  2. Numerical Simluatins of Soft and Hard Turbulence: Preliminary Results for Two-Dimensional Convection: DeLuca, E. E., J. Werne, R. Rosner, and F. Cattaneo  1990, Phys. Rev. Letters, 64(20), 2370-3.

  3. The Development of Hard-Turbulent Convection in Two Dimensions: Numerical Evidence: Werne, J., E. E. DeLuca, R. Rosner and F. Cattaneo  1991, Phys. Rev. Letters, 67(25), 3519.

  4. The Structure of Hard-Turbulent Convection in Two Dimensions: Numerical Evidence: Werne, J.  1993, Phys. Rev. E, 48, 1020.

  5. Plume Model for the Boundary-Layer Dynamics in Hard Turbulence : Werne, J.  1994, Phys. Rev. E, 49, 4072.

  6. Incompressibility and No-Slip Boundaries in the Chebyshev-Tau Approximation: Correction to Kleiser and Schumann's Influence-Matrix Solution: Werne, J.  1995, J. Comput. Phys., 120, 260.

  7. Penetrative Convection in Rapidly Rotating Flows: Preliminary Results from Numerical Simulation: Julien, K., S. Legg, J. McWilliams, and J. Werne  1996, Dyn. Atmos. Oceans, 24, 237.

  8. Turbulent Rotating Rayleigh-Benard Convection with Comments on 2/7: Werne, J.  1995, Woods Hole Oceanog. Inst. Tech. Rept. WHOI-95-27.

  9. Hard turbulence in rotating Rayleigh-Benard convection: Julien, K., S. Legg, J. McWilliams, and J. Werne  1996, Phys. Rev. E, 53, 5557R.

  10. Rapidly Rotating Turbulent Rayleigh-Benard Convection: Julien, K., S. Legg, J. McWilliams and J. Werne  1996, J. Fluid Mech., 322, 243.

  11. Dynamics and Scaling in Quasi Two-Dimneionsal Turbulent Convection: Bizon, C., A. A. Predtechensky, J. Werne, K. Julien, W. D. McCormick, J. B. Swift and H. Swinney  1997, Physica A., 239, 204.

  12. Plume Dynamics in Quasi 2D Turbulent Convection: Bizon, C., J. Werne, A. A. Predtechensky, K. Julien, W. D. McCormick, J. B. Swift and H. L. Swinney  1997, Chaos, 7, 1.

  13. Turbulent convection: what has rotation taught us?: Werne, J.  2000 in Geophysical and Astrophysical Convection, Eds. P. A. Fox and R. M. Kerr. Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 221.

  14. The effects of rotation on the global dynamics of turbulent convection: Julien, K., J. Werne, S. Legg and J. McWilliams  1997 in SCORe'96: Solar Convection and Oscillations and their Relationship. Eds. J. Christensen-Dalsgaasrd and F. P. Pijpers. Kluwer Academic Publ., 227-230.

  15. The effect of rotation on convective overshoot: Julien, K., J. Werne, S. Legg and J. McWilliams  1996, in SCORe'96: Solar Convection and Oscillations and their Relationships. Eds. J. Christensen-Dalsgaasrd and F. P. Pijpers. Kluwer Academic Publ., 231-234.

  16. Comment on "There is no Error in the Kleiser-Schumann Influence-Matrix Method": Werne, J.  1998, J. Comput. Phys. 141, 88.

  17. Turbulence in Stratified and Shear Fluids: T3E Simulations: Werne, J. and D. C. Fritts  1998, 8th DoD HPC User Group Conference, Houston, TX.

  18. 2-D Convection in Tall, Narrow Containers: Implications for Theories of Heat Transport in Hard Turbulence: Werne, J.  1996, (in preparation).

  19. High Rayleigh number convective transport: testing theories by modifying boundary conditions: Brummell, N., K. Julien, and J. Werne  1996, (in preparation).

  20. Plumes in rotating convection: Part 1. Ensemble statistics and dynamical balances: Julien, K., S. Legg, J. McWilliams, and J. Werne  1999, J. Fluid Mech. 391, 151-187.

  21. Statistical Analysis of the Influence of Rotation in Rayleigh-Benard Convection: Julien, K., S. Legg, J. McWilliams, and J. Werne  1996, (in preparation).

  22. On the linear stability of Hele-Shaw Convection: Julien, K. and J. Werne  1996, Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer, (to be submitted).

  23. A new class of equations for rotationally constrained flows: Julien, K., E. Knobloch and J. Werne  1998, Theoret. and Comput. Fluid Dynamics, 11, 251-261.

  24. Reduced Equations for Rotationally Constrained Convection: Julien, K., E. Knobloch and J. Werne  1999, In the International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, v.1, pp. 101-106, Begel House.

  25. A Reduced Description for Rapidly Rotating Turbulent Convection: Julien, K., E. Knobloch and J. Werne  1998, In Advances in Turbulence VII, Eds U. Frisch, pp. 472-482, Klumer Academic Publishers.

  26. Dynamics of counter-rotating vortex pairs in stratified and sheared environments: Garten, J. F., S. Arendt, D. C. Fritts and J. Werne  1998, J. Fluid Mech. 361, 189-236.

  27. Anisotropy in Stratified Shear Turbulence: Werne, J. and D. C. Fritts  1999, 9th DoD HPC User Group Conference, Monterey, CA.

  28. Stratified shear turbulence: Evolution and statistics: Werne, J. and D. C. Fritts  1999, Geophys. Res. Letters 26, 439.

  29. Turbulence-induced fluctuations in ionization and application to PMSE: Hill, R. J., D. Gibson-Wilde, J. Werne and D. C. Fritts  1999, Earth Planets Space, 51, 499.

  30. Structure Functions in Stratified Shear Turbulence: Werne, J. and D. C. Fritts  2000, 10th DoD HPC User Group Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

  31. Turbulence Dynamics and Mixing due to Gravity Waves in the Lower and Middle Atmosphere: Fritts, D. C. and J. Werne  2000, in Atmospheric Science across the Stratopause, Geophysical Monograph 123, American Geophys. Union, 143-159.

  32. Hierarchical Data Structuring: an MPP I/O How-to: Werne, J., P. Adams and D. Sanders  2000, Scientific Computing at NPACI, June 14, Volume 4 Issue 12.

  33. Linear scaling during production runs: conquering the I/O bottleneck: Werne, J., P. Adams and D. Sanders  2000, in ARSC CRAY T3E Users' Group Newsletter 193, April 14, eds. T. Baring & G. Robinson.

  34. Numerical modeling of turbulent zero momentum late wakes in density stratified fluids: Gourlay, M. J., S.C. Arendt, D.C. Fritts, and J. Werne  2000, 10th DoD HPC User Group Conference, June 5-9, Albuquerque, NM.

  35. Numerical modeling of turbulent non-zero momentum late wakes in density stratified fluids: Gourlay, M. J., S.C. Arendt, D.C. Fritts, and J. Werne  2000, Fifth International Sypmosium on Stratified Flows, July 10-13, Vancouver, Canada.

  36. Numerical modeling of initially turbulent wakes with net momentum: Gourlay, M. J., S.C. Arendt, D.C. Fritts, and J. Werne  2001, Phys. Fluids 13, 3783.

  37. Numerical simulation of late wakes in stratified and sheard flows: Fritts, D., M. Gourlay, W. Orlando, C. Meyer, J. Werne, and T. Lund  2003, 13th DoD HPC User Group Conference, DOI:10.1109/DODUGC.2001.1253394

  38. Direct numerical simulation of VHF radar measurements of turbulence in the mesosphere: Gibson-Wilde, D., J. Werne, D. C. Fritts and R. J. Hill  2000, Radio Science 35, 783.

  39. Anisotropy in a stratified shear layer: Werne, J. and D. C. Fritts  2001, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 26, 263.

  40. Direct numerical simulations of the Crow instability and subsequent vortex reconnection in a stratified fluid: Garten, J. F., J. Werne, D. C. Fritts, and S. Arendt  2001, J. Fluid Mech. 426, 1.

  41. Wave-breaking and shear turbulence simulations in support of the Airborne Laser: Werne, J., C. Bizon, C. Meyer, and D. C. Fritts  2001, 11th DoD HPC User Group Conference, June, Biloxi, MS.

  42. Vertical transport by convection plumes: Modificiation by rotation: Legg, S., K. Julien, J. McWilliams, and J. Werne  2001, Phys. Chem. of the Earth, B, 26 (4), 259-262.

  43. The Effects of Ambient Stratification on the Crow Instability and Subsequent Vortex Reconnection: Garten, J. F., J. Werne, D. C. Fritts and S. Arendt  1999 in European Series in Applied and Industrial Mathematics, ESAIM Proceedings, Third International Workshop on Vortex Flow and Related Numerical Methods, Vol 7 Eds: A. Giovannini, G. H. Cottet, Y. Gagnon, A. Ghoniem, E. Meiburg.

  44. Application of turbulence simulations to the meesosphere: Gibson-Wilde, D., J. Werne, D. C. Fritts, and R. Hill  2000, Proc. MST 9 Radar Workshop, Toulouse, France.

  45. A new dynamical subgrid model for the planetary surface layer. I. The model and a priori tests: Dubrulle, B., J.-P. Laval, P. P. Sullivan and J. Werne  2002, J. Atmos. Sci. 59, 857.

  46. Entrainment-zone restratification and flow structures in stratified shear turbulence: Pettersson-Reif, B.A., J. Werne, \O. Andreassen, C. Meyer, M. Davis-Mansour  2002, Studying Turbulence Using Numerical Simulation Databases -IX, Proceedings of the 2002 Summer Program, Center for Turbulence Research, ed. P. Bradshaw, 245-256.

  47. Layering accompanying turbulence generation due to shear instability and gravity wave breaking: Fritts, D.C., C. Bizon, J.A. Werne, and C.K. Meyer  2003, J. Geophys. Res. 108, D8, 8452, doi:10.1029/2002JD002406.

  48. The Need for Control Experiments in Local Helioseismology: Werne, J., A. Birch, and K. Julien  2004, SOHO 14/GONG 2004, Helio- and Asteroseismology: Towards a Golden Future, New Haven, CT., Es. D. Danesy, European Space Agency SP-559.

  49. Visualization of the Energy-Containing Turbulent Scales: Helgeland, A., \O. Andreassen, A. Ommundsen, B.A. Pettersson-Reif, J. Werne, T. Gaarder  2004, 2004 IEEE Symposium on Volume Visualization and Graphics (VV'04) 103-109., DOI:10.1109/SVVG.2004.15

  50. Persistence of a Kelvin-Helmholtz instability complex in the upper troposphere: M.C. Kelley, C.Y. Chen, R.R. Beland, R. Woodman, J.L. Chau, and J. Werne  2005, J. Geophys. Res. 110, D14, 106, doi:10.1029/2004JD005345.

  51. CAP Phase II Simulations for the Air Force HEL-JTO Project: Atmospheric Turbulence Simulations on NAVO's 3000-Processor IBM P4+ and ARL's 2000-Processor Intel Xeon EM64T Cluster: Werne, J., T. Lund, B.A. Pettersson-Reif, P. Sullivan, and D.C. Fritts  2005, 15th DoD HPC User Group Conference, June, Nashville, TN., DOI:10.1109/DODUGC.2005.16

  52. Characterization of high altitude turbulence for Air Force platforms: Ruggiero, F.H., J. Werne, T.S. Lund, D.C. Fritts, K. Wan, L. Wang, A. Mahalov, and B. Nichols  2005, 15th DoD HPC User Group Conference, June, Nashville, TN.

  53. Generalized quasi-geostrophy for spatially anisotropic rotationally constrained flows: K. Julien, E. Knobloch, R. Milliff & J. Werne  2006, J. Fluid Mech., 555, 233-274.

  54. Mean and variable forcing of the middle atmosphere by gravity waves: Fritts, D.C., S.L. Vadas, K. Wan, and J. Werne  2006, J. Atmos. Solar-Terres. Phys., 68, 247-265.

  55. Characterization of High Altitude Turbulence for Air Force Platforms: Ruggiero, F.H., J. Werne, A. Mahalov, B. Nichols, and D.E. Wroblewski  2006, 16th DoD HPC User Group Conference, June, Denver, CO.

  56. Numerical simulation of an asymptotically reduced system for rotationally constrained convection: Sprague, M., K. Julien, E. Knobloch, and J. Werne  2006, J. Fluid Mech., 551, 141-174.

  57. Characterization of High Altitude Turbulence for Air Force Platforms: Ruggiero, F.H., A. Mahalov, B. Nichols, J. Werne, and D.E. Wroblewski  2007, 17th DoD HPC User Group Conference, June, Pittsburgh, PA., DOI:10.1109/HPCMP-UGC.2007.15

  58. High-Resolution Simulations and Atmospheric Turbulence Forecating: Werne, J., D.C. Fritts, L. Wang, T. Lund, and K. Wan  2008, 18th DoD HPC User Group Conference, July, Seattle, WA.

  59. Gravity Wave Instability Dynamics at High Reynolds Numbers. Part II: Turbulence Evolution, Structure, and Anisotropy: D.C. Fritts, L. Wang, J. Werne, T. Lund, and K. Wan  2009, J. Atmos. Sci., DOI:10.1175/2008JAS2727.1

  60. Gravity wave instability dynamics at high Reynolds numbers, 1: Wave field evolution at large amplitudes and high frequencies: Fritts, D.C., L. Wang, J. Werne, T. Lund, and K. Wan  2009, J. Atmos. Sci. 66, 1126-1148, doi:10.1175/2008JAS2726.1.

  61. Gravity wave instability dynamics at high Reynolds numbers, 2: Turbulence evolution, structure, and anisotropy: Fritts, D.C., L. Wang, J. Werne, T. Lund, and K. Wan  2009, J. Atmos. Sci. 661149-1171, doi:10.1175/2008JAS2727.1.

  62. High-Resolution Simulations of Internal Gravity-Wave Fine Structure Interactions and Implications for Atmospheric Turbulence Forecasting: Werne, J., Fritts, D.C., L. Wang, T. Lund and K. Wan  2009, 19th DoD HPC User Group Conference, 15-19 June, San Diego, CA, DOI: 10.1109/HPCMP-UGC.2009.43

  63. Gravity wave fine-structure interactions: A reservoir of small-scale and large-scale turbulence energy: Fritts, D.C., L. Wang and J. Werne  2009, Geophys. Res. Lett. 36, L19805, doi:10.1029/2009GL039501.

  64. Numerical simulation of the linking of Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities at adjacent shear layers: Fritts, D.C., B. Laughman, J. Werne, D. Simkhada and M.J. Taylor  2009, J. Geophys., Res. (to be submitted).

  65. Numerical simulation of bore generation and morphology in thermal and Doppler ducts: Laughman, B., D.C. Fritts, and J. Werne  2009, Ann. Geophys., SpreadFEx special issue, 27, 511-523.

  66. Atmospheric Turbulence Forecasts for Air Force and Missile Defense Applications: Werne, J., D.C. Fritts, L. Wang, T. Lund, and K. Wan  2010, Invited Paper, 20th DoD HPC User Group Conference, 14-17 June, Schaumburg, IL, DOI:10.1109/HPCMP-UGC.2010.75

  67. Temperature and velocity structure functions in the upper troposhere and lower stratosphere from aircraft measurements (invited): Wroblewski, D.E., J. Werne, O. Cote, J. Hacker, and R. Dobosy  2010, J. Geophys. Res., DOI:10.1029/2010JD014618

  68. Comparisons of predicted bore evolutions by the Benjamin-Davis-Ono and Navier-Stokes equations for idealized mesopause thermal ducts: instability in two airglow layers: Laughman, B., D.C. Fritts, and J. Werne  2011, J. Geophys., Res., DOI:10.1029/2010JD014409

  69. Computation of clear-air radar backscatter from numerical simulations of turbulence: 1. Numerical methods and evaluation biases: Franke, P.M., S. Mahmoud, K. Raizada, K. Wan, D.C. Fritts, T. Lund, and J. Werne  2011, J. Geophys. Res., DOI:10.1029/2011JD015895

  70. Computation of clear-air radar backscatter from numerical simulations of turbulence: 2. Backscatter moments throughout the lifecycle of a Kelvin-Helmholtz instability: Fritt, D.C., P.M. Franke, K. Wan, T. Lund and J. Werne  2011, J. Geophys. Res., DOI:10.1029/2010JD014618

  71. Interpretation of apparent simultaneous occurrences of Kelvin-Helmholtz instability in two airglow layers: Numerical Modeling: Laughman, B., D.C. Fritts, J. Werne, D. Simkdada, and M.J. Taylor  2013, J. Geophys., Res. (submitted).

  72. Interpretation of apparent simultaneous occurrences of Kelvin-Helmholtz instability in two airglow layers: Observations: Simkhada, D., B. Laughman, D.C. Fritts, J. Werne, and A. Liu  2013, J. Geophys., Res. (submitted).

  73. Kelvin-Helmholtz instability in two airglow layers: Observations: Simkhada, D., B. Laughman, D.C. Fritts, J. Werne, and A. Liu  2013, J. Geophys., Res. (submitted).

  74. Gravity Wave-Fine Structure Interactions. Part I: Influences of Fine Structure Form and Orientation on Flow Evolution and Instability: Fritts, D.C., L. Wang, and J.A. Werne  2013, J. Atmos. Sci. 70:12, 3710-3734, DOI:10.1175/JAS-D-13-055.1

  75. Coupled small scale mesospheric dynamics in a dual shear environment over Hawaii II: Modeling and interpretation: Laughman, B., D.C. Fritts, J. Werne, D.B. Simkhada, M.J. Taylor, and A.Z. Liu  2013, J. Geophys. Res. (submitted).