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Refereed publications and equivalent contributions

2019 - 2015

[60]     Volkert, H., 2017:
Putting faces to names: snapshots of two committee meetings, 95 years appart, emphasize continuous international cooperation in the atmospheric sciences.
Adv. Atmos. Sci. 34, 571-575; DOI: 10.1007/s00376-017-6239-6     online link.

[59]     Volkert, H., 2016:
Aerological data spurred dynamical meteorology: Richard Scherhag’s contribution of 1934 as an early milestone.
Meteorol. Z. 25, 521-526; DOI: 10.1127/metz/2016/0784;     online link.

[58]     Li, J., R. Swinbank, R. Grotjahn, and H. Volkert (eds.), 2016:
Dynamics and predictability of large-scale, high-impact weather and climate events.
Special Publications of IUGG, Vol. 2, Cambridge University Press,
ISBN 978-1-107-07142-1;     online link.

2014 - 2010

[57]     Schmidt, K., M. Hagen, H. Höller, E. Richard, and H. Volkert, 2012:
Detailed flow, hydrometeor and lightning characteristics of an isolated thunderstorm during COPS.
Atmos. Chem. Phys. Soc. 12, no. 15, 6679-7293; DOI: 10.5194/acp-12-6679-2012;     online link.

[56]     Wulfmeyer, V., A. Behrendt, C. Kottmeier, U. Corsmeier, C. Barthlott, G.C. Craig, M. Hagen, D. Althausen, F. Aoshima , M. Arpagaus, H.-S. Bauer, L. Bennett, A. Blyth, C. Brandau, C. Champollion, S. Crewell, G. Dick, P. di Girolamo, M. Dorninger, Y. Dufournet, R. Eigenmann, R. Engelmann, C. Flamant, T. Foken, T. Gorgas, M. Grzeschik, J. Handwerker, C. Hauck, H. Höller, W. Junkermann, N. Kalthoff, C. Kiemle, S. Klink, M. König, L. Krauss, C.N. Long, F. Madonna, S. Mobbs, B. Neininger, S. Pal, G. Peters, G. Pigeon, E. Richard, M.W. Rotach, H. Russchenberg, T. Schwitalla, V. Smith, R. Steinacker, J. Trentmann, D.D. Turner, J. van Baelen, S. Vogt, H. Volkert, T. Weckwerth, H. Wernli, A. Wieser and M. Wirth, 2011:
The Convective and Orographically-induced Precipitation Study (COPS): The scientific strategy, the field phase, and research highlights.
Quart. J. R. Meteorol. Soc. 137, supplement 1, 3-30; DOI: 10.1002/qj.752;     online link.

[55]     Volkert, H. and G. Zängl, 2010:
The 30th International Conference on Alpine Meteorology (ICAM).
Meteorol. Z. 19, 403-402. DOI: 10.1127/0941-2948/2010/0479

2009 - 2005

[54]     Ohring, G., R.D. Bojkov, H.-J. Bolle, R.D. Hudson, and H. Volkert, 2009:
Radiation and Ozone: Catalysts for advancing international atmospheric science programs for over half a century.
Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. 90, 1669-1681. DOI: 10.1175/2009BAMS2766.1;     online link.

[53]     Rotach, M.W., P. Ambrosetti, F. Ament, C. Appenzeller, M. Arpagaus, H.-S. Bauer, F. Bouttier, A. Buzzi, M. Corazza, S. Davolio, M. Denhard, M. Dorninger, L. Fontannaz, J. Frick, F. Fundel, U. Germann, T. Gorgas, C. Hegg, A. Hering, C. Keil, M.A. Liniger, C. Marsigli, R. McTaggart-Cowan, A. Montani, K. Mylne, R. Ranzi, E. Richard, A. Rossa, D. Santos-Muñoz, C. Schär, Y. Seity, M. Staudinger, M. Stoll, H. Volkert, A. Walser, Y. Wang, J. Werhahn, V. Wulfmeyer, M. Zappa, 2009:
MAP D-PHASE: Real-time demonstration of weather forecast quality in the Alpine region.
Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. 90, 1321-1336 + electronic supplement, DOI: 10.1175/2009BAMS2776.1;     online link.

[52]     Volkert, H., 2009:
The International Conferences on Alpine Meteorology: Characteristics and trends from a 57-year-series of scientific communication.
Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 103, 5-12; DOI: 10.1007/s00703-008-0312-9;     online link.

[51]     Volkert, H., 2008:
Die deutsche Meteorologie als Motor und Nutznießer von internationaler Zusammenarbeit: Wichtige Institutionen und Persönlichkeiten von 1875 bis 2005.
Annalen der Meteorologie 43, Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, ISBN 978-3-88148-433-6, 17-24.

[50]     Tafferner, A., C. Forster, M. Hagen, C. Keil, T. Zinner, H. Volkert, 2008:
Development and propagation of severe thunderstorms in the Upper Danube catchment area: Towards an integrated nowcasting and forecasting system using real-time data and high-resolution simulations.
Meteorol. Atmos. Phys 101, 211-227; DOI: 10.1007/s00703-008-0322-7;     online link.

[49]     Volkert, H. and T. Gutermann, 2007:
Inter-domain cooperation for mesoscale atmospheric laboratories: The Mesoscale Alpine Programme as a rich study case.
Quart. J. R. Meteorol. Soc. 133, issue 625, 949-967; doi: 10.1002/qj.95     online link.

[48]     Volkert, H., C. Schär and R.B. Smith (eds.), 2007:
"MAP findings": a series of nine review articles.
Quart. J. R. Meteorol. Soc. 133, issue 625, 809-967; doi: 10.1002/qj.v133:625     online link.

[47]     Volkert, H., 2006:
Fortschritt durch Feldkampagnen – von ALPEX über PYREX zu MAP.
Promet 32, Heft 1/2, Deutscher Wetterdienst, Offenbach, ISSN 0340-4552, 54-60.

[46]     Lüdecke, C. and H. Volkert, 2005:
From Beaufort to Bjerknes and beyond – Introductory remarks.
In S. Emeis and C. Lüdecke (eds.): From Beaufort to Bjerknes and beyond: Critical perspectives on observing, analyzing, and predicting weather and climate.
Algorismus, Band 52, ERV Dr. Erwin Rauner Verlag, Augsburg, ISBN 3-936905-13-4, 1-4.

[45]     Volkert, H., M. Börngen, L.A. Weickmann, 2005:
How lectures notes reflect the states of science and technology: From Vilhelm Bjerknes's type-scripts of 1914-17 to pdf-files in 2004.
In S. Emeis and C. Lüdecke (eds.): From Beaufort to Bjerknes and beyond: Critical perspectives on observing, analyzing, and predicting weather and climate.
Algorismus, Band 52, ERV Dr. Erwin Rauner Verlag, Augsburg, ISBN 3-936905-13-4, 141-147.

2004 - 2000

[44]     Thorpe, A.J., H. Volkert, M.J. Ziemianski, 2003:
The Bjerknes' circulation theorem: A historical perspective.
Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. 84, 471–480;     online link.

[43]     Volkert, H., C. Keil, C. Kiemle, G. Poberaj, J.-P. Chaboureau and E. Richard, 2003:
Gravity waves over the eastern Alps: A synopsis of the 25 October 1999 event IOP10)
combining in-situ and remote measurements with a high-resolution numerical simulation.
Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc. 129, 777–797. DOI: 10.1256/qj.02.45;     online link.

[42]     Reitebuch, O., H. Volkert, C. Werner, A. Dabas, P. Delville, P. Drobinski, P.H. Flamant and E. Richard, 2003:
Determination of airflow across the Alpine ridge by a combination of airborne Doppler lidar, routine radiosounding and numerical simulation.
Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc. 129, 715–727. DOI: 10.1256/qj.02.42;     online link.

[41]     Bougeault, P., R.A. Houze, R. Rotunno and H. Volkert (eds.), 2003:
The Mesoscale Alpine Programme (MAP). Special issue, no. 588,
Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc. 129, 341–895. DOI: 10.1002/qj.v129:588;     online link.

[40]     Doyle, J.D., H. Volkert, A. Dörnbrack, K.P. Hoinka and T.F. Hogan, 2002:
Aircraft measurements and numerical simulations of mountain waves over the central Alps:
A pre-MAP test case.
Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc. 128, 2175–2184.

[39]     Smith, R.B., S. Skubis, J.D. Doyle, A.S. Broad, C. Kiemle, and H. Volkert, 2002:
Mountain Waves over Mont Blanc: Influence of a Stagnant Boundary Layer
J. Atmos. Sci. 59, 2073–2092.

[38]     Bougeault, P., P. Binder, A. Buzzi, R. Dirks, R. Houze, J. Kuettner, R.B. Smith, R. Steinacker and H. Volkert, 2001:
The MAP special observing period.
Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. 82, 433–462;     online link.

[37]     Leutbecher, M. and H. Volkert, 2000:
The propagation of mountain waves into the stratosphere: Quantitative evaluation of three-dimensional simulations.
J. Atmos. Sci. 57, 3090–3108.

[36]     Keil, C. and H. Volkert, 2000:
Precipitation in the northern Alpine region: Case-study-type validation of an operational forecast model.
Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 72, 161–173.

[35]     Volkert, H., 2000:
Heavy precipitation in the Alpine region (HERA): Areal rainfall determination for flood warnings through in-situ measurements, remote sensing and atmospheric modelling.
Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 72, 73–85.

[34]     Volkert, H. (ed.), 2000:
Heavy precipitation in the Alpine region (HERA). Final report of European project as special issue of a research journal,
Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 72, 69–270.

1999 - 1995

[33]     Keil, C., H. Volkert and D. Majewski, 1999:
The Oder flood in July 1997: Origin of precipitable water diagnosed with an operational forecast-model.
Geophys. Res. Lett. 26, 235–238.

[32]     Volkert, H., 1999:
Components of the Norwegian cyclone model: Observations and theoretical ideas in Europe prior to 1920.
In M.A. Shapiro and S. Grønås (eds.): The life cycles of extratropical cyclones.
Amer. Meteorol. Soc., Boston, ISBN 1-878220-35-7, 15–28.

[31]     Wirth, M., A. Tsias, A. Dörnbrack, V. Weiß, K.S. Carslaw, M. Leutbecher, W. Renger, H. Volkert
and T. Peter, 1999:
Model guided Lagrangian observation and simulation of mountain polar stratospheric clouds.
J. Geophys. Res. 104, 23971–23981.

[30]     Carslaw, K.S., M. Wirth, A. Tsias, B.P. Luo, A. Dörnbrack, M. Leutbecher, H. Volkert, W. Renger, J.T. Bacmeister, E. Reimer,T. Peter, 1998:
The influence of mountain waves on stratospheric ozone depletion.
Nature 391, 675–678;     online link.

[29]     Carslaw, K.S., M. Wirth, A. Tsias, B.P. Luo, A. Dörnbrack, M. Leutbecher, H. Volkert, W. Renger, J.T. Bacmeister, T. Peter, 1998:
Particle microphysics and chemistry in remotely observed mountain polar stratospheric clouds.
J. Geophys. Res. 103, 5785–5796.

[28]     Dörnbrack, A., M. Leutbecher, H. Volkert and M. Wirth, 1998:
Mesoscale forecasts of stratospheric mountain waves.
Meteorol. Appl. 5, 117–126.

[27]     Lüdecke, C. and H. Volkert (eds.), 1997:
Development of current research topics during the 20th century.
Special issue of Fachausschusses „Geschichte der Meteorologie“ der DMG,
Meteorol. Z., Neue Folge 6, Heft 6, 239–307.

[26]     Thorpe, A.J. and H. Volkert, 1997:
Potential vorticity: A short history of its definitions and uses.
Meteorol. Z., Neue Folge 6, 275–280.

[25]     Leutbecher, M. and H. Volkert, 1996:
Stratospheric temperature anomalies and mountain waves: A three-dimensional simulation
using a multi-scale weather prediction model.
Geophys. Res. Lett. 23, 3329–3332.

[24]     Peter, T., R. Müller, S. Pawson and H. Volkert, 1995:
POLECAT: Preparatory and modelling studies.
Phys. Chem. Earth 20, 109–121.

[23]     Schumann, U., P. Konopka, R. Baumann, R. Busen, T. Gerz, H. Schlager, P. Schulte and
H. Volkert, 1995:
Estimate of diffusion parameters of aircraft exhaust plumes near the tropopause from nitric
oxide and turbulence measurements.
J. Geophys. Res. 100, No. D7, 14147–14162.

[22]     Volkert, H., S.P. Ballard and M.G. Hutchinson, 1995:
The Papal Front – seen through numerical weather prediction models.
Weather 50, 134–142.

[21]     Volkert, H. and R. Steinacker, 1995:
The Papal Front – findings from research-type analyses.
Weather 50, 142–150.

1994 - 1990

[20]     Thorpe, A.J., H. Volkert and D. Heimann, 1993:
Potential vorticity of flow along the Alps.
J. Atmos. Sci. 50, 1573–1590.

[19]     Volkert, H. and D. Intes, 1992:
Orographically forced stratospheric waves over northern Scandinavia.
Geophys. Res. Lett. 19, 1205–1208.

[18]     Volkert, H., M. Kurz, D. Majewski, T. Prenosil and A. Tafferner, 1992:
The front of 8 October 1987: predictions of three mesoscale models.
Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 48, 179–191.

[17]     Hoinka, K.P. and H. Volkert, 1992:
Fronts and the Alps: findings from the Front Experiment 1987.
Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 48, 51–75.

[16]     Volkert, H., L. Weickmann and A. Tafferner, 1991:
The 'papal front' of 3 May 1987 – a remarkable example of frontogenesis near the Alps.
Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc. 117, 125–150.

[15]     Volkert, H., 1990:
An Alpine orography resolving major valleys and massifs.
Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 43, 231–234.

[14]     Hoinka, K.-P, M. Hagen, H. Volkert and D. Heimann, 1990:
On the influence of the Alps on a cold front.
Tellus 42A, 140–164;     online link.

[13]     Volkert, H. and C.H. Bishop, 1990:
The semi-geostrophic Eady problem as a testbed for numerical simulations of frontogenesis.
Tellus 42A, 202–207;     online link.

1989 - 1985

[12]     Volkert, H., 1989:
The 'papal front' of 3 May 1987 - precipitation rates.
Meteorol. Rdsch., 41, 121–125.

[11]     Schmitz, H.-P., D. Habicht and H. Volkert, 1988:
Barotropic numerical experiments on external surge generation at the edge of the north-
western European shelf.
Gerlands Beitr. Geophysik, 97, 422–437.

[10]     Heimann, D. and H. Volkert, 1988:
The 'papal front' of 3 May 1987 – mesoscale analyses of routine data.
Beitr. Phys. Atmosph., 61, 62–68.

[09]     Schumann, U., T. Hauf, H. Höller, H. Schmidt and H. Volkert, 1987:
A mesoscale model for the simulation of turbulence, clouds and flow over mountains:
Formulation and validation examples.
Beitr. Phys. Atmosph., 60, 413–446.

[08]     Hoinka, K.-P and H. Volkert, 1987:
The German Front Experiment 1987.
Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc., 68, 1424–1427;     online link.

[07]     Schmitz, H.-P. and H. Volkert, 1985:
Hydrodynamisch-numerische Simulation der Fernwellenentwicklung im Nordatlantik während
der Sturmflutlagen des 19.-21. Januar 1976.
Die Küste, 42, 307–318;     online link.

[06]     Volkert, H., 1985:
On the mesoscale variability of meteorological fields – the example of Southern Bavaria.
Beitr. Phys. Atmosph., 58, 498–516.

[05]     Volkert, H., 1985:
Kelvin-Helmholtz waves above the Inn Basin – a snapshot from Spacelab.
Beitr. Phys. Atmosph., 58, 136–142.

1984 - 1980

[04]     Volkert, H., 1984:
The 1982 Morning Glory expedition.
Meteorol. Rdsch., 37, 154–162.

[03]     Volkert, H., 1983:
Klimatologie der Varianz meteorologischer Felder in Südbayern.
Dissertation, Ludwigs-Maximilians Universität München, 155 Seiten; auch als DFVLR Forschungsbericht 83-31.

[02]     Dümmel, T. and H. Volkert, 1980:
A comparison between global and one-dimensional energy balance models: stability results.
Meteorol. Rdsch., 33, 13–18.

[01]     Volkert, H., 1980:
Meteorologisch bedingte Wasserstandsänderungen des Ozeans – ein numerisch-
physikalisches Modell für Nordatlantik und Nordsee.

Diplomarbeit, Meteorologisches Institut, Freie Universität Berlin, 71 Seiten.



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