Hopson, T.M.: Assessing the ensemble spread-error relationship. Mon. Weath. Rev. (in review).
Dukic, V., Mary Hayden, Tom Hopson, Abudulai Adams-Forgor, Patricia Akweongo, Abraham Hodgson, Benjamin Lamptey, Tom Yoksas, Christine Wiedinmyer, and Raj Pandya: The role of weather variables in meningitis outbreaks in Navrongo, Ghana: a Generalized Additive Modeling Approach. Special Fall Issue of J. of Agric. Biol, and Env. Stats. (in press).
Wu, W., Y. Liu, M. Ge, G. Descobes, T. Warner, D. Yates, T. Hopson, and S. Swerdlin, D. Rostkier-Edelstein, P. Kunin, A. Givati: Statistical Downscaling of CFS Seasonal Predictions for the East Mediterranean with K-nearest neighbors. Climate Dynamics (in review).
Hopson, Thomas M., Peter J. Webster, 2010: A 1–10-Day Ensemble Forecasting Scheme for the Major River Basins of Bangladesh: Forecasting Severe Floods of 2003–07*. J. Hydrometeor, 11, 618–641. doi: 10.1175/2009JHM1006.1
Webster, P.J., J. Jian, T.M. Hopson, C.D. Hoyos, P.A. Agudelo, H-R. Chang, J.A. Curry, R.L. Grossman, T.N. Palmer, and A. R. Subbiah, 2010: Extended-Range Probabilistic Forecasts of Ganges and Brahmaputra Floods in Bangladesh. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 91, 1493–1514. doi: 10.1175/2010BAMS2911.
- Significant Publications:
Seefeldt, M., T. Hopson, T. Warner A characterization of the variation in relative humidity across West Africa during the dry season,. J. Applied Meteor. & Climat. (in review).
Hirpa, F.A., Thomas M. Hopson, Mekonnen Gebremichael, Tom De Groeve, G. Robert Brakenridge, Pedro Restrepo: Use of satellite-based flood signals for real-time river flow forecasting: application to two major rivers in south Asia,. Remote Sensing of the Environment, (in review).
Hopson, T.M.: A Length-scale for the Effects of Sea-level Variation on Upstream Flooding, J. ASCE (in review).
Webster, P. J., T. M. Hopson, C. Hoyos, A. Subbiah, H-. R. Chang, R. Grossman, 2006: A three-tier overlapping prediction scheme: Tools for strategic and tactical decisions in the developing world. In Predictability of Weather and Climate, Ed. T. N. Palmer, Cambridge University Press.
Qualls, R.J. and T.M. Hopson, 1998: Combined Use of Vegetation Density, Friction Velocity, and Solar Elevation to Parameterize the Scalar Roughness for Sensible Heat, J. Atmos. Sci., 55, 108-118.